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NO.LXV. 




lit January, 1855. 



THE 




AND 

MILITIA LIST; 

EXHIBITINO 

THE RANK, STANDING, AND VARIOUS SERVICES 

OF BTBRY 

REGIMENTAL OFFICER IN THE ARMY 

SERVING ON FULL PAY, 

INOLUBIKa THK 

Ol^DNANCE AND ROYAL MARINES; 

DI8TIK0UISHING TH08B 

WHO HAVE SERVED IN THE PENINSULA, 

WHO WERE AT WATERLOO, 

WHO HAVE RECBIYBD MEDALS AND OTHER DISTINCTIONS, 

AND 

WHO HATE BEEN WOUNDED, AND IN WHAT ACTIONS; 

ai(t| tif 9tvinr$ ot itx\^it$ Utl on jfuU anr$ HalUpav*, 

OITING ALSO 

THE DATES OF EVERT OFFICER'S COMMISSIONS, 

]>ifmr«viixi]£ TH08B oiTAnniD bt pimoxAtB. ^^^ 



Bt Major H. G. HAUT, 
dxpoi battalion. 




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CONTENTS. 



PA6B 

Gradation List of General and 

Field Officers 1--10 

Local Rank 11-14 

Yeomen of the Guard 15 

Corps of Gentlemen at Arms . . . • 16 

SUffatHeadOaarters 17 

Aides-de-Camp to the Qaeen .. 17 

Reg:im6Qt8 of Cavalry ....,,.... 18 — 13 

Regiments of Infantry 44—161 

Chatham Garrison, Provisional 

Battalion , and Invalid Depot . . 162 

Cavalry Depots 162 

Depot Battalions 163—164 

Hoyal Fencibles 165 

Recrniting Staff 166 

Royal ArtiUery 167—182 

Royal Engineers 183—192 



PAGS 

Ordnance Medical Department. . 193 

Royal Marines 194—207 

Commissariat Department. # • . . . 208—210 

Army Medical Department 211—219 

Staff Officers of Pensioners .... 220—223 

Chaplains' Department 223 

Garrisons and Military Establish- 
ments 224 

Staff— at Home and Abroad .... 224—233 
Military and Civil Departments . • 234 
Ordnance Storekeepers and Bar- 
rack Masters 235-238 

Pay Tables and Prices of Com- 
missions 243—244 

Militia 245—269 

Officers receiving Rewards for 

Distinguished Services 270 



EXPLANATIONS. 

K.G. Knight of the Order of the Garter. 
K.T. Knight of the Order of the Thistle, 
K.P. Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 
G.C.B. Knight Qrand Cro9s of the Order of the Bath. 
K.C.B. Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath. 
C.B. Companion of the Order of the Bath. 
G.C.M.G« Knight Cfrand Cross of the Order of St Michael and St. George. 
K.C.M.G. Knight Commander of ditto ditto 

C.M.G. Companion of ditto ditto 

G.C.H. Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Hanoverian Guolphic Order. 
K.C.H. Knight Commander of ditto ditto 

K.H. Knight of ditto ditto 

K.C. Knight of the Crescent. 

Before the Name, denotes that the Officer was at the Battle of Trafalgar. 
9 Before the Name, denotes that the Officer served in the Peninsula^ or the 
South of France* 

C Officers actoally present in either of the actions of the 
(ffli Waterloo Medal. I 16th, 17th, or 18th June, 1815. Such Officers are 
C allowed two years' additional service. 

N.B. In the List of General and Field Officers, the Names printed in Italic are those of 
Officers retired from the Army, who have been specially allowed to retain their Rank, but 
without receiving Pay or progressive Promotion. 

The Figures pre6zed to the Names dedote the Battalions to which the Officers are 
actually attached ; the Letters s. and r. qfter the name distinguish Officers employed on 
the Stofff or on the Recruiting Service : the letter r. before the name denotes that the 
Officer belongs to the Reserve Battalion. The Letters J?. M. in the Cavalry Regiments, 
allude to the Riding Masters; the Letters d,pm. and d»a^. denote the Depdt Paymaster 
and Dep6t A<ljntant respectively. — ^The * hrfore the Name or Date of Commission, de- 
notes Temporary Rank only. The Letter p before the Date indicates that the Commission 
was purchased. 

The words subscribed to the titles of Regiments, as " Peninsula," <' Waterloo," &c., 
denote the Honorary Distinctions permitted to be borne by such Regiments on their 
colours and appontments, in commemoration of thehr Services. 



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FIELD-MARSHALS. 

3» Xajdiy, Tlie KINO of the BELGIANS, KG. GCB. f OCff, 34 May, 1816. 

Sii Boyal Hi^hnen FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMANUEL, DUKE of SAXONY, PRINCE of 
SAKE-OOBOUBG AND OOTHA, KG, KT. KP. GCB, GCMG. 8 Feb. 1840 — Colonel of the Grenadier 
Giiud% S3 Sept. 6S; Colonel-ln-Chief of the Rtfle Brigade, 28 Sept. 58. 

p IB FTTZ ROT J.H. Lard RAGLAN, GCB, 6 Nov. 64 ; Colonel of the Royal Hono Guardf ; Covmander-in^ 
Chief of th* Eastern Army; Master'Gttneral of the Ordnance 



ins. 87M«7. 

Um. Eerl of Cork, KP, 
9 S. file. Combennere, 

6CB.tOCJr.lUfeGds. 

CovuaUofthe rmtetof 



IBM. 28JaIj» 
Fnom Moore 

1897. lOJanoarj. 

9 ^\r John Slade, Bt, G CH, 

S Dr. Gds. 
{i-V'KcDzie 
P 5irH.F.Cainpbell,£CB. 

It 6CH. 25 P. 
P. a White, from Gr, Gds. 
P.Bonlttiii,/re»fl9P. 

1841. 83 Nov. 

9 Richard Blont, OOF. 

^trui OoMelin 

ViaJohD&irl e/Straf. 
foti, QCB,^ QCH, Cold- 
iiram Qds. Ooe,ofLon' 
inderry and Culnwre, 

iStrTJIaUougallBrisbane, 
Burt. OCB. GCB. 84 F. 

9 Sir Ralph DarUng, GCH. 

IMflL ONoT. 

Gabriel Gordon, 91 F. 

9 Sir C. Bulkelej Egertoo, 

OCMQ. KCH, 89 F. 
9Stf H.J.Cominlag,f Cff. 

ISUocen. 
9yoha, Earl efC^rjttoH 

fron Grea. Ode. 
9 Bn, The. Edward Capel, 
Jrm Om. Gds. 
9 ea Sir Col. Halkett, 

0CB.tOCB.45r„Gav. 

•fCkOaeaBetpUal 

1851. 11 Not. 

J.C*re7./re«84F. 
9SirJohiiA.Wallare, JM. 

rCB. 88 P. 
^tr 0. Poimoll Adams, 

rCif.CDr. 
9 Sir J. Wright Guise, Jl/. 

KCB. 89 F. 
^msir k, F. Bamard, 

CCa.^-ecjr.RiOeBrlg. 

^''Oot.ofChduaUoe- 

piUl, 
» chard PIgot, 4 Dr. Gds. 
J'^Jm. Wauoo, XCB, 14 F. 
94f»i^ R. Boarke, £ CJ3. 04 P. 
'«. Sir Patrick Stnart, 
^<?CJf(?.44F. 
• Hit H. Ooaglai, B*. G CB. 

fBm. A. P. Upton, CB. 

frvM Gren. Qdi. 
» MaskiiiMi,/rem 07 F. 

leU. 80 Jane. 

HBravB, /Vallate York 

^L I. Tell. 
B.liethm 



J. B., Fi«r. O'NeUl, frtmi 
Coldst. Gds. 

A. Armstrong,lateR.lr. Ar. 

9 R<. iron. 5ir E. Blakeuey. 
GCB.^GCH.7V,Com, 
the Troopt in Ireland, 

|P Sir Tho. Hawker, KCM. 

6 Dr. Gds. 

fiSir J. Wilson, JTCB. 11 F. 
S® John, Xord Seaton, 

OCB. GCUG. GCH. 2 

Life Guards. 
9 5ir Thos. M*Mahon, JB/. 

KCB. 10 F 
9 am Sir Alex. Woodford, 

GCP. GCifG. 40 P. 
9 J. far! o/ Westmorland, 

GCB,^GCH, OOP. 
9 £or<IC.S. Manners, CCJ). 

8 Dr. 

Robert Ellice, 84 P. 

Cosmo Gordon 

9 Hugh, Ffse.Gough, OCB. 

87 P. CoUmel-in'Chief of 

the eoth Bi/Ue, 
9 iiS Sir James Hacdonell, 

jrC'P. KCH. 71 F. 
9 USE Jas. W. Sleigh, CB. 

9 Lancers. 

8 Sir Wm. Gabriel Darr, 
CB. KCH. 00 P. 

|P VT. A. Johnson 
PSirJ.V.VltzQerHd.KCB. 

18 P. 
93® 5ir Arthur B. Clifton, 

KCB.^KCH.lDn. 

9 Sir Wm. G. Eustace, CB. 
^ ^C'lr. 00 P. 

9 as CM. JSari Cathcart, 

KCB, I Dr. Gds. 
9 5»r Alex. Leith, KCB. 
31 P 
9 Sir John Brown, XCif. 

8 Hussars. 
9 Hon. Hugh Arbuthnott, 

CB. 88 P. 

ffiir J.Douglas, JTCB. 43 P. 
Sir William Macbcan, 

KCB. 03 P 
9ilit Henry, VIse.Hardinge, 

GCB. 57 P. General 

Commandinff-in- Chief. 
9 Sir Willoughby Cotton, 

GCB.KCn.9iF. 
9 Sir J. Hnnbury, KCH. 

SOP. 
9 H. B. Earl Beacchamp, 

10 Hussars. 

9 aa ifon. E.P.Lygoo,C7£. 

ISDrs. 
5ir Geo. Whltmore, KCH. 

Royal Engineers 
Henry Shadforth 
9801 J. M. Hamerton, CB. 

55 P. 
9 Sir Wm. Tuyll, KCH. 

7 Hussars. 

9 £a Sir G. H . P. Berkeley, 

KCB. 35 V. 
SackTille H. Berkeley, 75 F. 
Holier Touzel 
9 Sir Geo.T. Napier, KCB. 

I Wesilndia Reg. 
9 ^SSL Sir G.ScoveU, KCB. 

4 Lt. Drs. Gov. of the B. 

MUUary College. 
9 Ulysses, Lord Downes, 

KCB., 39 P. 
S G. Marq. of Tweeddale, 

KT.CB.Vi-B 



9 Sir P. W. Trench. KCH. 
9aai Henry Wyndham, 1) 

Hussars. 
9 Fred. Ren. Thackeray, 

CB. R. Eng. 
9 J. P. Birch, CB. R.Eng. 
Gustavus Nicolls, do. 
9 Hen. ETelegh, R. Art. 
Hon. W. H. Gardner, do. 
George Wright, R. Eng. 
Fred. Walker. R. Artillery 
9 WL Sir E. Bowater, A^CJ7. 

40 P. 
Joseph W. Tobin, R. Art. 
9 Wi Sir W. M. Gomm, 

KCB. 18 P. Commander' 

in-ehiefin the E. Indite. 

1854. 88 Nov. 

9 SLSl Sir H.D.Ross, £CB. 
R. Art. Dep.-Ad.'Gen. 

9£2aSirRob.Wm.Oardiner, 
KCB. KCH. R. Art. Go- 
vernor and Cotnntander- 
in- Chief of Gibraltar. 

Wal.Tremenheere, KH. late 
of R. Mar. 

£. Nicolls, late of R. Mar. 



LIEtTT.-OEllHBALS. 

1885. 87 May. 

F. Wm. Buller, late of 
Coldst. Gds. 

1830. 83 July. 

Sir H. E. Bunhury, Bt. 
KCB. late R. Newf. Pen. 

1851. 11 Not. 

paffiH. D'0yIy,3SF. 

Rich. Unlacke,lateR.Ir.Art. 

Geo. Irving, do. 

9 &9 JTon.Honry Murray, 
CB., 14 Drs. 

9 Sir John Grey, KCB. 
5 P. 

9 Sir J. P. Burgoyne, (7CB. 
from R. Eng. IrupectoT' 
Gen. of Fortyteatione, 
lA.-General on the Staff 
of the Eaetem Army. 

Tho. Evans, CB. 81 P. 

9 Sir A. Maciaine, KCB. 
58 P. 

9 Wm. Wood, CB. KH. 8 
West India Regt. Com-, 
manding the Troope in 
the Windfcard and Leo- 
nard Itlandt 

9 CAshe a'Court, CB. KB 
41 P. 

9Sir G. C. D'Aguilar, A' Cir. 
23 P. 

9 Sir Cha. Wm. Pasley, 
KCB. R. Eng. 

IT. B. Ayimer 
H. J. Riddell, KH. P, 
H. C. E. Vernon, CB. 
Sir J. A. Hove, KCB.,9T. 
Sir R. J. Harvey, CB. 8 
West India Regt. 
9SirFrederickStovin, KCB. 

KCMG. 83 P. 
9 R. O. Hare-Clarges, CB. 
18 F. 



9 Sir C. P. Smith, KCB. 

from R. Eng. 
9 Alex. Thomson, CB. 74 P. 
9C. O. Ellicombe, CB. 

from R. Eng. 
9 Sir Wm. P. P. Napier, 

KCB. 83 P. 
> J. Duffy, CB. KC. 8 F. 
;)P. M. M{lman,88F. 
I aa J. Reeve, 01 P. 
: I W. A. Gordon, CB. 54 F. 
; > T. Kcnah, CB. 03 P. 
?. B. Wynyard, CJB., 58 P. 
9 Jas. Pergusson, CB. 43 P. 

Commanding the Foreee 

at Malta. 
9 Tho. W. Brotherton, CB. 

15 Hussars 
9 Sir A. J. Dalrymple, Bt. 
9 Sir Jas. Hy, Reyoett, 

KCH 48 P 
William* Smelt, CB. 37 P. 
9 Sir John Bell, iTCB. 4 P. 
SS.B.Auchmuty, Cil.,05F. 
9 Thomas Lightfoot, CB. 

08 P. 
9 Sir Geo. Brown, KCB. 

KH. 77 P. Commanding 

the Light Divieian Eaei^ 

em Army 
R. S. Broiigh, R. Art. 
9 John Altchlson, 73 F. 

1854. 10 June, 

0is Boyal HighnessOeorge 
W. P. C. Duhe of Cam- 
bridge, KG. KP. GCMG. 
Scots Fusilier Guards, 
Com Manding the Itt Di-. 
vieion Eaetem Army 

1854. 80 June. 

9 Cha. Edw. Conyers, CB 
M P. 

9 G. A. Henderson, E^^r. KC. 
50 P. 

9 R. B. Macpherson, CB. 
KH. 73 P. 

9 Philip Hay. 

Jas. Irving, late R.I. Art. 

9aSE Arch. Money, CB 
KC. 3 Drs. 

9 Hen. A. Proctor, CB.07 P. 

9 Wm. Jervois, KH. 70 P. 

9 Sir P. Cockbum, 05 P. 

9 Patrick Campbell, late of 
R. Artillery. 

91® E. Parkinson, CB. 08 P. 

IB mi R. LIuellyn, C^.39 P. 

9 aSP.A.Lautour, CB.KH. 

9 Wi Sir Wm. Chalmers, 
CJB. KCH. 78 P. 

92® Jas. Claud. Bourchler, 
KC. 3 Dr. Gds. 

92® iS'ir Henry George W. 
Smith, Bart. OCB. Rifle 
Brig., Commanding the 
Northern A Midland 
District. 

SSSPelix Calvert, CJ3.00 P. 

9 a® Sir De Lacy Evans, 
KCB. 81 P. Command- 
ing 2nd Diviton of£aet' 
em Army, 

9 Wm. Hen. Scott. 

9 Sir Tho. Willshire, 27ar/., 
KCB. 51 P. 

9 Hon. H. E. BuUer, 94 P. 

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9 B. F]«minf, CB, 87 F. 

ComfHonding tht Lim^- 

rUk DUtriei, 
» Sir John Bolt, KCB. 

KC, 2 F. 
O. Oud«w, from R.EDf. 
9 P. Bainbrigge, CB.M F. 
9 Wm. O. Power, CB. KB. 

ftrom R. Art. 
IBThomM E. Nsfitor, CB. 

16 F. 

a N. Thorn, CB. JTJT. S F. 
i W.H.Sewell, CB.70F. 
i «R W. L. Darling, 08 F. 
^9BLBir Jot. Thaekwell, 

GCB. KB, 16 Lancen. 
9 Hfll A. Maedonald, CB., 

from R. Art. 
9 Sir Wm. L. Harriet, CB, 

KCB.eSF. 
m J. M'Oonald, OB, 68 F. 
9 Gao. Wm. Patj, CB, KB, 

70 F. 
{||fl|X0riJ.Ha7,86F. 
pThomai J. Wamytt, CB, 

17 P. 

yH. Thomat, CB. SO P. 

Comnumding the BtlfaU 

District, 
9 not Wm. Rowan, CB. 10 

F. LUut.-em.Camnumd' 



ina in Ctmada, 



9 M Jat. Bbaw Kannadj, 

CB.47P. 
yiWA.W.M.LtfniSandji, 

7 Or. Odv. 
9 ^'^f' Thomat Han. Browne 

KCB, 80 P. 
A. Maelachlan. 

!8ir Fred. Atliworth. 
Hen.BalnaaTi8,CJfe.JrJ7. 
O.L.Ooldia, CB, 
Oao. Powell Hig^naon. 
flBt Sir George Bowles, 
JiCCB. LUutgnant o/tJU 
Tomtr of Londtm, 
Tho. fiuioury, KM* from 

67 P. 
9 Ban, H. P. C. CaTendith, 

9 Dr. Gda. 
W. J. Aldred. 
lliaT.W.Robblna. 
{jDOl R. Macneil, from 78 P. 
wm. Sutherland, from 6 P. 
iJH.Rainej, CB,KH, 
fMItt^on. CbarlesGore, CB, 
KB, On tJu Staff in 
Csiuufa. 
9 HBW.L. Walton. 
9 Bd. Panabawe, CB. R. 



9 Wm, Stmartt lata of 8 P. 
tS Sir Sen. W. Booke, 
CB, 4- KCB, 

1887. lOJanoary. 

9f|fl|5ir J.Q. Woodford, 
KCB, 4- KCB. laie of 
Oren. Gda. 

/p*n Pringle 

1841. 88 Nov. 
/amat Tarter 



1846. OlfOT. 



9 T. CAarratia. 



Bng. 
!Tio.J. 



Tho.J.Porbe8, R.Art 

C. R. Fox. 

Tho. Patanon, R. Art 

C 9 B. Lawrence, CB, late 

of R. Marinei. 
Geo. Jone8,/Vom R. Marines. 
Wm. H.Connolly, late of R. 

Marines. 
9 Cha. Aug. 8hawa,yVvm 

Coldit. Gda. 
Geo. Beatty, /rom R. Ma- 

rinat. 

1864. Nor. 98. 

Fr.Campbell, R.Art. 

fGeo. Tnmer, CB, R.Art. 
.M. Wallace, R. Art. 
Rich. Jones, R. Art. 
9 John MiefaeU, CB, ftom 
R. Art. 



MAJOB^ERSBAIS. 

1881. 19 July. 

Zo«<a William, Vise. d« 
Chabot, K CB'.Iate of 60 P. 

1680. 98 July. 
^iward Jamee 0*Brim 



C. Beek»lth, CB. 
1861. 11 Not. 

9 Thomaa A. Parke, CB. 

from R. Marines. 
9toMUdm.PaneJV«m64P. 

Commanding Birhind 

Division of tks Bengal 

Army. 
not Sir J. M. Wallace, KB. 

17 Lancers. 

IBaM. J. Finch, CB. 
Jaa. Lindaay. 
|iaWm.G. Moore. 
Dfit Sir Benry Floyd, Bt. 
William George Cochrane. 
Commanding the Dublin 
District. 
9 flflt Sir Henry Someraet, 
KCB. KB. from Cape 
Mounted Rifles. On the 
Staff at Botnbay. 

gN.WodehoQse. 
en^, Duke qf Glareland, 

Oao. Aug. Wetherall, CB. 

KB. 84 F. Adtutttnt-Oen. 
W. Donglaa. h. p. R. Bng. 
9 flflt J. Simpson. Dep. 

Aifutant'GenoraL 
9 aaiJ. P. Love, CB, KM. 

I4.'€tov. of Jersey. 
itt JETon. George Anson. 

Commander-in-Chief at 

Madras. 
9 SirD. MK3regor, JTCB. 
9 N. Hamilton, KB. from 

Insp. Field Qff. 
Sir James Dennis, JTCB. 

from 8 P. 
9981 Cha. Antb. Ferdinand 

Bentinck. 
J. G. Baumgardt, CB. fnam 

Insp. Field QJf. 
9 Sir Robert Nlokla, KM. 

Commanding the Troops 

in New South Wales. 
9 Gr. G. Lewis, CB. from 

R. Bng. 
9 G.J.Harding, CB. do. 
C. G. J. Arbuthnot. 
C. G. Falconer, KB. fh>m 

Insp. Field <\gleer. 
Sir Richard England, JTCJ?. 

KM. 60 P. Commanding 

Ath JHv. Eastern Army. 
9 Alex. Plaher Macintosh, 

KM. Commanding the 

Troops in the Ionian 

Islands. 
9 not B. Lord Hotbam. 
IP Jos. Peterson. 
fl Sir John Owen, JtCB. 

KM. from R. Mar. 
John Wright, KM. late of 

R. Marines 
John Home Home. 
SMathiasSvaraYd, CB.KM. 
9 Cecil Bisahopp, CB, 
9lia Sir W. R. Clayton,B<. 
J. Spink, KM. 
9 set Jaa. Jackson, KM. 

Lt.'Gen. Command^ 

the Forces at the Cape of 

Good Hope, ^U^Gcv, 



9 R. C. Mansel, KM. 

Commanding the Cork 

District. 
9 John Drommond. 
9JJ. Preetb, KM. q^arter' 

Master'Gencral. 
Sir C. R. CDonnell. 
John LesUe, KM. 
9 Rob. B. Coles. 
9 SaE. P. Buckley. 
Sir Richard Doherty, from 

Insp. FUld Off. Lieut. 

Governor, and Com- 

manding the Troops at 



9081 Edw. Byam. 

WlUlam Rogers. 

Geo. Oha. Barl of Lucan. 

Oomma$iding Cap, Div, 

Eastern Army. 
9 lia Cha. Yorke, MiUtary 

Secretary to the General 

Cotnmanding-4n. Chief. 
J. H. Richardson. 
9 Sir J. R. Eustace, KM. 
Sffi B. Drummond. 
f Mon. Sir £. Cust, KCM. 
Dennis Daly. 
W. Chamberiayne. 

1864. 80 Jane. 

Henry Dwyer 

J I J. Taylor 
I P. J. DaTies 
I John Praser 
onathan Peel 

Marcus Beresford, Com- 
manding a Div. qf the 
Atadras Army. 
9 an Jas. Chas. Ghatterton, 

KM, 
J. H. Xord Howden, KCB. 

KB. 
9R. Douglas, CB, rat. fiall 

pay, R.Art. 
J. A. Barl qf Roaslyn 
9 W. T. KnoUys, Lt.-Gov. 

of Guernsey, 
Edward Studd 
Sir H. R. Ferguson Davie, 
Bt. 

!B. P. Gaacoigue 
L. B. LoTell, KM, 
St. J. A. Gierke, KM. 
Sir J. H. Schoedde, JTCB. 
. J. W. Bentinck, 88 P. 

Commanding Brigade of 

Guards, Eastern Army, 
WL Thomas Reed, CB, 

Commanding the Troops 

at Ceylon, 
Heniy Fise. Melville, KCB. 

from 60 F. Commanding 

the Troops in Scotland. 
91101 A. X. Clark Kennedy, 

CB. KM, 
V Hor. G. Broke 
f m E. C. Whinyates, CB, 

KM. from R. Art. 
fHaiT.Hutcliesson, R.Art. 
to J. Oldfleld, KM, from 

R. Eng. 
9 flffl T. Dyneley, CB, from 

R. Art. 
9 Sir Colin Campbell, JTCB. 

67 P. Commanding Migh- 

land Brigade, Eastern 

Army. 
P. £. Craigie, CB, Com- 
manding a Div. qf the 

Madras Army, 
E. P. Morris, CB, 
9 Charles Mensies, KB. 

from R. Mar. 
Henry Colvile 
9 aei £. Wm. Bonverie 
Geo. Cobbe, from R. Art. 
Iia A. C. Meiver, do. 
Man, Thos. Ashbumham, 

OB. hem 89 P. 
Michael White, CB. from 

8D», 



John Scott, CB. from 

Lancers 
J. L. Pennefsther, CB. 46P. 

Commanding a Brigade 

of Eastern Army. 
9 T. P. Thompson 
P. T. BuUer 
Henry Detpard, CB. trom 

00 F 
Bir J.'m. F. Smith, KM. 

from R. Eng. 
9E. W. BeU 
9 John Reed 



?J. Jones, KM. 
ir~"~ 



W. M. O. Oolebrook<>, 
CB. KB. from R. Art. 
Governor ^ Commander- 
in-Chief of Barbados, 

Hen.Bristow 
Tho. Buriie 
T. S. Traflbrd 
Wm.Cator, firom R. Art. 
G. S. Thwaites 
Joseph Jerrard 
Jaa. Tho. JBorl of Cardigan, 
from 11 Hussars, Com- 
manding the Lt, Cav. 
Brigade, Eastern Army. 

SI W.C.Coles 
ir Michael Creagh, KM. 
John Eden, CB, Com- 
manding the Kilkenny 

District. 
H. W. Barnard, 
y a«fr J. Campbell, JTir. 
Mon. C. Grey 
9 J. Chester, h.p. R. Art. 
W. Lord de Ilos, Dep. 

Ueut.ofthe Toner 
9 John Geddea, KM. 
W. H. Cornwall 
P. S. Stanhope, from Qr, 

Gds. 
9 A. MacIacUan, from R. 

Art. 
0. M. Hay, lh>m Gold. Gda. 

Commanding the Troops 

at the MaurUius. 

Bl Henry, Lord Rokebj, 
Sco. Pus. Gds. 
9 Cha. Gihnour, ret. fall 

pay R. Art. 
H.Ed. Porter 
J. D. Rawdon 

m Wm. Beckwith, KM. 

H. E. Robinson 

[en. W. Breton, fh>m 53 p. 
9 aa A. T. Maclean, Gom- 

manding a Division of 

the Bengal Arwty. 
Stephen Kirby, ret. f. p. R. 

Art. 
Arthur, Duke qf WeUing- 

ton 
J. J. W. Angerstein, f^ora 

Gren. Gds. 
J. W. Kettlewell, ret. f. p. 

R-Art. 

2WL Tho. Marten, BT^. 
. C. Dixon, fkom R. B,ug, 
P. DouU Calder, do. 
9 Tho. Ger. Ball 
to Eaton Monins 
Guy C. Coflin,ret. f. p.R. Art . 



9 W. Cox, KM. 
J.S.r 



Bastard, from R. Art. 
Geo.M. Eden, from Sco. Pua. 

Gds. 
Geo. Dixon, from Soota Pua. 

Gds. 
9 P. Maunsell, from Inep, 

Field Officer 
W. J.Codrington.from Col. 

Gds. Comenandinga JSri.. 

gade qf Eastern Arm^^ 
Dun. Grant, from R. Art. 
H. A. Scott, from R. Art. 
Wm. Wylde, CB. do. 
9 not Wm. Tumor 
W. Fludyer, from Gr. Qda. 
John Wharton Frith, it^m 

Insp. Field QffUer 



Digitized by 



Cjoogle 



Mcgor-Gtnerahk — Coloneb. 



fThomii FalU 
en. Cte. RatMl, from R. 
Art. 
Wm. Perf oMon, retired fall 

paj Rojal Huinet 
Joho Han, from 1 LifeOdi* 

IBM. 98I70T. 

SAdaaPlft Crawford, from 

R.Art. 
B W. B. Dwidat, CB, from 

R.Art. 
H. W. Gordon, do. 
Pr«d. Harkham, CB, bom 

»F. 
O. H. Loekvood, CB. 

I66k IS Dee. 

Richard Airej, Qttarter- 

MatttT'OeneraltJBaitem 

Arm/If. 
J. B. B. EiteoDrt,^<{^fan<. 

Gtntr^lf Eastern Army, 
Benxy Wm. Adama, CB, 

fTom49 F. Comwutndmg a 

Brigade, Eastern Army. 
Bon. Jaa. Torka Scarlett, 

from ftDr.Gdt. Osmmand, 

Bmvy Cmo, Brigade, 

Eastern Army. 
A. W. Torrena. Cowimand- 

tag a Brigade, Eastern 

Army, 
Was. Ef re, CB. Comr^and, 

a Brigade, East. a. my. 
ILU.MilAer,from9lF.29Dec. 



1887. 



OOLOHXU. 

180S. 88 April. 

H. M. Oavering, late of 
MP. 

1810. SSJnly. 
irwBaUtte,late of Surrey Ra. 

181S. 4Jmie. 
M. Drtmmond, late of 86 F. 

1814. 4 Jane. 
Lami.SoU€md, lateof 184F. 

1819. 

9 «a Atr Jl. C. Hill, CB* 
lateof R. H.Oda. IJan. 

9 Sir Ww^Cash Ute of Port. 
Ser. ISAog. 

9/. P.BamUton, KB. late 
of SCO. Fna. Ods. do. 

18S1. 

yath. Bmrtlem, KH. late 

of 67 P. 19 July 

Beorge emuntlatt, late of 

tt P. do, 

9 Wm. WoodgaU, CB. late 

of 00 P. do. 

9 C. C. Patriekson, CB. late 

of « F. do. 

1885. 

9 J7. ThanUan, CB. late of 
82 P. 87 May 

Sir F. Hanksy, OCMG. 

^ late of 1ft F. do. 

\SirJ.M. Doyle, KCB. 
late of IS Gar. Bn. do. 
\Jokn BamUton, late of 
Coldat. Qda. do. 

1880. ttJoly. 

9 John R. Ward, CB. late 

of 8 Dr. 
9 W. frUiiams Blake, CB. 

late of 11 Pr. 
9 «. WytMawhUU of 87 



10 Jan. 

9 B. J& Joddrell, late of 

Gren. Gds. 
9 S2E B. Dankins, late of 

Colds. Ods. 

aai p. Oalmer, Unatt. 

flSI F, Bronme, CB, late 

of 66 P. 
L. Earl of Harrington, 

CB. Unatt. 
9 il« Sigginton, late of Gr. 

Gds. 
9aa Cr«a. A»ta;, lateof 

Gren. Oda. 
9 Tho. Brooke, do. 
9;9irJohn MorillyonWilson, 

CB. KB. Unatt. A4/. o/ 

Ckelaea BospUal. 
9 A. i^. Gordon, late of Gr. 

Gds. 
9 WL Wm.Druminond, late 

of Scots Pus. Guards. 
9 Barry B. Barris, KB. 

late of 08 P. 
9 WL Tho. Wildman, Uteof 

5 Dr. Gds. 
Hon. P. M. Cathcart, h. p. 

98 P. 
Wm. Benry Meyriek, late 

of Gren. Ods. 
9 Sir Oeorge Couper, Bart. 

CB. KB. late of 10 F. 
9 Wm. RicfutrdsoHt late of 

R. Horse Guards 

1888. 

Qco. Greenwood, late of 2 

Ufe Gds. 18 Jan. 

8irOeo.H.Hewett,Bt. Unat 

88 June 

9 Chariot Wyndham,\sX»ot 

76 F. do. 

B, Mara, of Anglesey, late 

of 48 P. do. 

9 flflit Bon, B. Bay But- 

cAinson, late of 6 Drs. do. 
G. B. P. Barlow, late of 82 

F. do. 

990 Edw, Keane, late of 

Or. Gds. 

Si. fit. BtoAtf, lateof R.Cttna- 

dlan Rifle Regt. 
9081 Benry Lane, late of 

Gr. Gds. do. 

SO Benry Madox, KB. 

late of 18 Drs. 

1841. 88Nof. 

Warner Weetenra Biggins, 

KB. late of 70 P. 
9 Wm, Maeadam, KB, late 

of 8 P. 
Tho, BobHn, late of 8 Dr. 

Ods. 
9 B* T. Melville Browne, 

late of Seote Pus. Gds. 
9 DO Francis Le Blanc. 

late of 46 F. 
9 Ha &. IF. Barton, late of 

7 Dr. Gds. 

9aOB.J.Riddleeden,Unatt 

9 TAo.CAapZin, lateof Gold. 

Gds. 

Jamet Fleming, late of 

56 F. 
JB John Bogge, KB., late oi 
^11 P. 
9B. Stitted, late of Colds, 

Gds. 
9 Benry Salwey, late of 

8D». 
9 Sir B, B. Wyatt, late 

of SOP. 
9 Sir Benry Fairfax, Bt. 

late of 8 Life Guards. 
9381 /. randeleur, late of 

4 Drs. 
Jot. M*Alpine,l»i» of 6 Drs. 
9«a C,FJl.Laseells9, late 

of Gren. Gds. 



9 H. Armytage, late of Gr. 

Ods. 
WL B. WaUaee, KB, late 

of 8 P. 

1846. 

9 SO £. Boldero, late of 
Gr. Gds. 18 April 



1846. 

Sir Ord Bonyman, Bt, late 
of Gr. Gds. 8 Oct. 



1846. Not. 

W. Faweet, late of 84 P. 
Af. Cfoftf, lateofTOF. 
W. B. Taynton, late of 44 F. 
9 O. Tovey, late of 60 F. 
9 B. A, Angelo, KB. late of 

OOP. 
SO John Linton, late of 

Coldst. Gds. 
Wm. Graham, late of 8co. 

Pas. Gds. 



1860. 

J. B. Gough, CB. h. p. t 
Drs. A<de-de.0amj» to 
the Q^aeen, Dep. Qr.-ilfr. 
tfen. in Iretand 8 Aug 

9 W. H.Blade, R.Bn.6 Sept. 

1851. 

9 Robert Meroer, retired 

fuUpay,aomm.R. Marines 

88 May 

9 Thos. Blansbard, R. Bng. 

5 July 

Bom. a. Upton, Coldst. Ods. 

88 Aug. 

f^ 8. B. Bills, CB.Corom.R. 

Mar. at Woolwich 8 Not. 

1861. 11 Not. 

f Ambrose Lane, h. p. 44 F. 
John Ausien, K.B, late of 

Cape H. Rifles 
Jas.M'Haflle,h.p.60F. 
9 Rob. Blake Lynch, Unatt. 



Godfrey 7Aom/on,Iate of; Pra. Campbell, Unatt. 



Qr.Oda. 
Sir Bobert Btardett, Bart., 

late of 68 F. 
9 Charles Shoe, late of 6 

Dr. Gds. 
Geo. Tettlon, late of 16 P. 
Lord Edward Bay, late of 

7 Drs. 
Sir Charles FltzBoy Mae- 
lean, Bt. late of 18 Drs. 
C, Colline Blane, late of 

Or, Gds. 
B. BWnAman, late of Cold' 

stream Gds. 
PhUip Dundoi, late of 6 F. 

fB. F. Soys, late of 46 P. 
. Farquhareon, late of 7 P. 
9 Chas. Letlie, KB. late of 

Gr. Ods. 
Lord Tftomas Cecil, late of 

Ooldst. Gds. 
J. M. Bobertton, late of 4 

Dr. Gds. 
George Todd, late of Coldst. 

Ods. 
Bon. £, Gordon DougUu 

Pennant, late of Scots 

Pus. Gds. 
F. Y. Bareourt, late of 

Coldst. Gds. 
Hon. B,S. Fane, late of 10 P. 
9WLG. Gawler, KB. late 

of 53 P. 
Sir John Mont. Burgoyne, 

Bt. late of Gren. Ods. 
P. Jets, Yorke, late of Sco. 

Pus. Gds. 
9 SO Oeorge Baker, late 

of 10 Lancers 

1847. 

^, M'Douall, late of 8 Life 
Ods. 10 Apr. 

Walter Powell, ret. full pay 
R. Marines. 87 Dec, 



1848. 

A. H. Gordon, retired f. p. 
R. Mar. 4 Jan. 

J. M. Pilcher, do. do.l7 Aug. 
W. D. Jones, do. R. Art 

1 Not. 

1840. 

T. SteTens, ret. f. p. R. Mar. 

SftAprU 

V. A. Gibsone, ret.ftill pay 

B. Marines 86 May 

T. R. CorytoD, Comm. 

CR. Mar. at Plymonth do 



J. Robyns, JTB. ret. t p. 

R. Marines 
9 C. M. Johnson, h. p. Port. 

Senr. 
9 aO C. Diggle, KB, Unatt. 
9 J.Murray Belshes, Unatt. 
9 -Sir Wm. Rcid, KCB, R. 

Bng. Gov,^ Commander' 

in-Ckief at Malta. 

!B. Orlando Jones, Unatt. 
T. Peacocke, do. 
aO W.Brereton, CB. BK, 
R.Art. 
Stopford Cane, late of 80 F. 
John Baxalgette, late of 8 
W I R 

I Daniel Baby. Unatt. 
\ Geo. Nicboils, Unatt. 
lAn. Bmmett, R. Bng. 
IWm.Crokat,Unatt. 
P Rob. Bateman, do. 
I Peter Dudgeon, do. 
U. MiteheU, do. 
P Stephen Cuppage, do. 
P NorcUflb Norellflb, BiST. 
h.p.]8Dr. 
Rob. Mar. Leake, Unatt. 
Sir A, Joslah Cloete, CB. 
BB. Unatt. Dej^.Q. Mast. 
Gen. Cape Good Bope. 
9 Joseph Darby, ret. f. p. 

R. Artillery 
R. T.King, ret.f.p. R. Art. 
C. Dizon,ret.f.p. Royal Bng. 
9 80 O. Macdonald, h. p. 

16 P. 
Sherburne Williams, do. 
B. D.iriffram,lateofScote 

Pus. Ods. 
9 20 John Cot,BB'. Unatt 
J. R. Crauftird, Gr. Gds< 
William Stewart Balfour, 

Unatt. 
Bon.Chat. B. Phippe, CB„ 

late of Seote Pus. Ods. 

William Booth, h. p. 41 P. 

R. GreaTes, Unatt. Military 

Sec.tothe Lieut,'General 

commanding the Troops 

in Ireland 

John Jas, TF7kWe,late of I 

Dr. Gds. 
Alex. Fraser, Unatt. 
9 Wm.Cuthbert Ward, R. 

Engineers. 
Lord Charlee Wellesley, 

Unatt. 
Joseph Walker, ret. f. p. 

R. Marines. 
Fred. Camion, latclOr. Gds. 
James Gordon, R. Eng. 
air Wm. Alex, MasweU, 

BLIateofl Die. 
F. Rawdon Chemey, R. Art. 



Digitized by 



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Coloneb, 



S 98 W. H. Elliott, KM, 

Al F. 
P. Edwards, Unatt. 
9 Wm. FrekeWilliams, JT J7. 

Unatt Assist. Adjutant- 

Qan, at Kilkenny 
S Wi W.Cartwright, Unatt. 
m H. R. auunderson, lata 

ofTSF. 
Hfil Arthur Gore, Unatt. 
9 Dav. Goodamanv Unatt. 
Loflui Owen, do. 
Prinffle Taylor, KJf. do. 
S liEl T. R. Swinburne, 

Unatt. 

SaetO.Whlchcole, Unatt. 
[IJas. A. Butler, Unatt. 
JHeh.Wm.AsteU, late of 

Gr. Gds. 
T. Henrj Johnston, h. p. 

76 F. 
H. A. Hanker, Unatt. 
SB J. Campbell, Unatt. 
Plomer Young, JCiT., Unatt. 

Coionel an the Stuff in 

Canada, 
II. D. Townehend, Depot 

Batt. Ttomplemore 
Tho. Wright, CB. Unatt. 
F. C. Griffiths, 10 Husiars, 

CommandanVjof Cavalry 
Depot at Maidstone 
Tho.Wood,Or.Odii. 
Wm.H. Eden. Unatt. Com- 

mandant at Chatham, 
9 P. Faddj, ret f.p. R.Art. 
Hugh H. Roee, CB. Unatt. 
Joseph Clarke, 76 F. 
Sir J. Oaspard Le Marchant, 

Unatt Lt,'Qo».of Nova 

Seotia 
C.Oascoyne, h.p, 17 F. 
M. G. D. St. QuinUn, Unatt 
Fred. Paget, late of Coldst 

Gds. 
Geo. Moncrieff, Scoti Fus. 

Gds. 
MarcusJ.Slade, h. p.4F. 
O.HJCacKlnnon.CB.1Tnait. 
Cha. Bagot, late of Or.Gdt. 
Horatio Walpole, late of 

79 F. 
Sir O. A. F. Houstoun Bos- 
wall, Bar<. Unatt 
9Ch. Blachlpy, reUred full 

?pay R. Art. 
H.R.Moor,do.do. 
ir John Campbell, Bart. 

38 P. 
IP H.D.Jones, R.Eng. 
B.F.D. Wilson, Unatt 
S. B. Boileau, S2 F. 
£dw. Sabine, R. Art 
9 Anthony Marshall, retired 

fliU pay R. Eng. 
9 Berth. Vigors Derinsy, 

KH. Insp. Field Officer 

of Liverpool Bee. Diet. 
9 Wm.Dunn,retf.p. R. Art 
J. F. Sales Clarke, Unatt. 

Assist. Qr.-Master Oen. 
T. G. Higglns, R. Art. 
Hon, G. F. Upton, Coldst. 

Gds. 
Bon. A. A. Dalzell, h. p. 

insp. Field Officer of 

Militia 
T. 8. Pratt CB. h.p.SOF. 

Deputy AdJrttantOeneral 

at Madras, 
T. E. Kelly. Inep. Field 

Ofieer in London. 
Andrew Brown, h. p. 6 F. 
Wm. Thornton, Gr. Gds. 
Hoti, E. B. Wilbraham, 

Unatt. 
aSI Orlando Felix, Unatt. 

Dep.Qua, Mast, General 

Madras. 

SZ. C. Bayly , ret f.p.R. Art 
.Buller.CB. Rifle Br. 
W. N. Hutchinson, Gr.Gds. 



9 H.F.Lockyer» KS, 07 P. 

SImcoe Bajnes, R. Malta 
Fencibles. 

M.C.Johnstone, 87 P. 

Jas.A. Chalmer, Assistant 
Director Oen. R. Art 

Jas. Whylock, ret full pay 

_R. Mar. 

or Tho. Wearing, Comm. R. 
Marines at Chatham 
Aide -de 'Camp to tJie 
Queen 80 Not. 

1862. 

G. B. Bury, ret. Aill pay, R« 
Mar. 10 Jan. 

m Sa Wm. Bell, R. Art. 
18 March 

J. I. Wiiles, Comm. R. Mar. 
at Portsmouth 18 Oct. 

1868. 

BTho. Grantham, R. Art. 
22 July. 

1854. 

P. Hanltaln, R. Art. 18 Jan. 

!l P. Barry, R. Eng. 17 Feb. 
\ P. Y. England, R. Art do. 
rwine Whitty, do. do. 
H. L. Sweeting, do. do. 

SW.R. Ord, R. Eng. do. 
. Mc4dam, ret fbll pay 
R. Mar. 14 Mar. 

C. Oalton, R. Art. 17 Mar. 
9 H. J Sayage, R. Eng. 

91 Mar. 
9 C. 0. Pratt, Sfi<i Com. 
B, Mar, at Plywumth 

10 April 
|p H. J. Delaeombe, do, 
do, at Portsmouth 

1854. 20 June. 

9 Fred. Meade, Unatt 
9 fld J. Wildman, do. 
fWm. P. Porster, KH, Una. 
Dfputy AcU*^tf^*^i General 

in Ireland 
P. Johnston, Unatt. 
9W.Bragge,Unatt. 
9 HfllAlb. Qoldsmid, Unatt 
y G. Walter Prosser, Lieut. 

Gov,K,MilUary College 
flBdw. Macarthur, Unatt, 

Deputy A<^utrtnt-Gen. 

Veto South Wales 

D. H. Hacdowall, Unatt 
9 J. P. Uely, KH. Unatt. 
9 SB C. R. Bowers, do. 
9 John Amaud, KB. do. 
is Fred. Towers, Unatu 
95lrT.L. Mitchell, do. 
9R.GarrettJrB.46P. 
Rich.Connop, Unatt 
9T.MolyneuxWilIiams,K'B. 

Unatt. 
9«iaW.Nepean, Unatt 
Wi A. H. Trevor, KH. 

Insp. Field OJHeer in 

Dublin 
R. R. Wilford Brett, Unatt. 
Wm. H. Dutton, Unatt. 
Wi G. T.Bari of Albemarle, 

Unatt 
G. T. Colorab, Unatt Com. 

B. Hibernian Military 

School 
Fra. Mara, of Conyngham, 

jrP.4-dCB. Unatt 
S. J. Cotton, 88 P. 
Mau. Barlow, 14 P. 
N.Wilson,irB.64P. 
9 J. N.Jackson, 00 P. 
BotetTrydell, 89P. 
an J. Oarlc, KH. Unatt. 

Comm. R. M. Asylum 
Jas. Gray, ret. f. p. R. Art. 
|P R.8.Piper, ret f.p. R. Eng. 
Jas. Pogo, ret f. p. R. Art 



iBdR.W.Arbttthnoit,do.do< 
Henry Blachley, do. do. 
Eft W. H. Stopford Blair, 
h. p. R. Artillery 
9 O* John Belson, ret. f. p. 

R. Art 
P. H. Turner, Unatt. 
R.W.Brough,h. p. 8 P. Aut. 

A4f. Gen, at Belfast 
R. P. Romer, ret. f. p. R. 

E. H.b. E. Napier, Unatt 
Edward HarTey, Unatt 
R. c. Molesworth, ret f. p. 

Jas. Robt. Young, h. p. S P. 

Fort Major of Fort 

George, Inverness 
John Michel, CB. Insp, 

Field Ofieer of York 

Beeruiiing Diet, 
R. P. Douglas, Unatt. Assist. 

Adjut,'Gen. at lAmerlch 
John Henry Pringle, Unatt. 
C. B. Cumberland, 00 P. 
C.C. Hay. Unatt. 
P. Hill, Ucalt. 
W. L. Dames, 87 P. 

C. Warren, CB. 66 P. 
T. Gore Browne, CB, h. p. 

44 P. Governor and Com- 
tnander-in-CMefof Nen 
Zealand. 

G. A. Malcolm, CB, Unatt. 

R.H.Winyard,CB. 58P. 
Lieut, Governor of the 
Province of Nen Ulster, 
and Comm. the Forces in 
Nen Zealand 

D. Campbell, ret. full pay, 
R. Mar. 

Henry Eyre, Walmer Depot 

Batt 
John Gordon, ret. f. p. R. 

Art. 
Xw-d William Paulet.Unatt 
9 P. M'Pherson, CB. 17 F. 

C. W. Ridley, Gr. Gds. 
John Patton, Insp, Field' 

Officer of Bristol Re- 
cruiting Diet. 
P. Parquharson, Unatt. 

D. A. Cameron, 48 F. 
T. Matheson, Unatt 
9 Geo. Bell, IP. 
R. D. Hallifaz, 76 P. 
H N. Vigors, St. Helena 

Regt. 

Robert Richardson- Robert- 
son, Unatt. 

Samuel Braybroolie, Ceylon 
Rifle Regt 

9 clfil R. Law, KH. R. New- 
foundland Companies. 

Hon, 4. P. Foley, Gr. Gds. 

Gordon Drumniond, Cold- 
stream Guards 

Thomas Scott ReignoldSi 
CB. 18 P. 

9 J. H. Wood, ret. f. p. 
R. Art. 

Geo. Durnford, ret. f. p. 
R. Artillery 

Edward Birch Reynardson^ 
Gren. Gds. 

J. Stopford, CB. 64P. 

H. Hareloclc. CB. 63 P 
AtUntant-Oeneral. Bast 
Indies ^ 

Chas. T. Van Straubenzee, 
3 P. 

Henry C. Cobbe, 4 P. 

Alex.Hurray Tulloch , Unat. 
Military Superintendent 
of Out- Pensioners 

Hon, John St Vincent Sau- 
marez, Unatt. 

Wm.Geo. Gold. Unatt 

Hon. R. Bruce, Gr. Gds. 

A. Cunlifite Van Notten Pole, 

Insp. Field Officer at 

Glasgow I 



E. W. P. Walker, Scots Fu»- 

Gds. 
Sir Cha. John Jas. Hamil- 
ton, B<..Ute of ScoU Fus. 
Gds. 
Richard Bume Rawnsl«y, R. 

Art 
T. A. Drought, Jnep, Field 

Officer at Cork 
Thomas Harte Pranks, CB. 

10 P. 
9 90 Richard Hardinge, 

iC^.R. Artillery 
Joseph Hanvell, ret. f. p. 

R. Artillery 
Chas. Stuart, h. p. Ceylon 

Regt. 
Hon. A. A. Spencer,' 44 F. 
Chas. Ashmore, 86 P. 
no Henry Keane Bloom- 

flcld, 11 P. 
J. Lawrenson, 17 Lancers 
9 WL Marcus A. Waters, 

R. Eng. 
8. J. Hodgson, Unatt 
R. Andrews, R. Art. 
Cha.Pranklyn,84P. 
G. C. Mundy. Unatt Under 

Secretary for War 
P. H. G. Seymour, Unatt. 
9 W. B. Lock, retired fuU 

pay R. Art. 
H.W.Hartley, 8 P. 
W. A. M*CIeTerty, h. p. 

48 P. Deputy Qtmr/rr- 

Mnster General in Nete 

Zealand 
Lewis Duncan Williams, 

2 Life Guards 
Robert Blucher Wood, CB, 

h. p. 07 P. 
Chas. £. Gold. 66 P. 
Cha. A. Lewis, Gr. Gds. 
Rich. French, Unatt. 
William Campbell, 2 Dr. 

Gds. 
Wm. Parlby, 10 Drs. 
George Oongreve, CB, SO F. 

Quarter - Mast,-General, 

Bast Indies. 
Pennel Cole, R. Eng. 
9 Edw. Matson, do. Assist- 
ant Adjutant General to 

the Corps of B, Engi- 
neers 
9 J.C. Victor, R.Eng. 
9 Crigbton Grierson,ret.f.p. 

R. Engineers 
LewU Alex. Hall, R. Eng. do. 
Patrick Yule, do. 

iilit P. Sandilands, ret. f. p. 

R.Art. 
B. H. Yaughan Arbuckle, 

ret f. p. R. Art 
Browne Willis, R. Art 
John T.Hill, h.p. 81 P. 
John Longfleld, 8 P. 
Charles W. Morley Balden, 

CB., Auist. Comm. Cav. 

Depot at Maidstone 
P. W. Hamilton, Gr. Gds. 
Win. Denny, 71 F. 
Charles Hastings Doyle, 

Unatt. AssUt, Qr.-Mas.- 

Gen. in Dublin, 
Fred. Horn, 20 P. 
J. P. G.Campbell, 10 P. 
H.P.Bonham,Unatt. 
J. H. Freer, ret f. p. R. Art. 
A. W.Hope, do. 
Lord Fred. Paulet, Coldit. 

Gds. 
ManleyPower, 86P. 
John Rowland Smyth, CB, 

16 lancers 
J. L. Smith, ret f. p. R. Art. 
9 John Ejre, R.Art. 
W. J. D* Urban, h. p. 86 P. 

Dtp. Quartermast.-Oen* 

North America 
9 H. J. French, Unatt. 

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TereoM O'Brien, Unatt. 

JjtiiiBMt Quar.-Matter 

Qemtrtl at Cork 
Jo^io F.Crofkon,UnaU. Aut, 

MIL SMpgrtntendent oj 

Out'FtnsUmen . 

John Gnttan, CS. h.p. 18 F. 
Emi.J. Uuinj, Or. Ods. 
MoH. 0. A. F. Liddell, Unat. 
Wm. Balbraa, Unatt. 
H. Cartvri^t Or. Ods. 
G.V.Crea;b, Unatt. Fermoy 

Depot Batt, 
J. H. Bainbridge, Unatt. 

Fcrt-Mq^w of Ouenuey 
A. A.T. CttnTnghame, h. p. 

51 F. AUtt^e-Cifmp to 

tk4 GM^Com.'in'Ckief, 
H. Pcnieatt, Unatt. 
St. Tincest Wm. Rlekettt, 

Uoatt. 
9 W. J. King, h. p. Royal 

Staff Corps. 
B9JLS. H. CMatcey, Unatt. 
JohnJ.HoUlt,25P. 
V^ias. Henderson, Kff. 

Coatt. 
9 W. A. Le Mnarier, h.p. 90 

P. TonmXqf.o/Aldcrnev 
9 John Swlnbom, Unatt. 
f RoM. Kelly, Unatt. Fort 

Major of Dartmouth 
J^AIfx.KpU.UtootiBV, 
George Stnart, h.p. 42 P. 
T. KeUy, EC. h. p. Cheshire 

Fen. fi^r* Mqjor of TU- 

hay Fort 
T. WarrinftonMte of 44 F. 
;• E. Berrovee, KJT. Unatt. 
{T.OIoeter, Unatt. 
f T. 0. Harriott, h. p. R. 

StaffCorpe 
9 Sa J JLHoM,XiSr. Unatt. 
EudlcyWlbnot, Unatt. 
E. BisU Brooke, 07 F. 
E. 0. W. Keppel, Unatt. 
9 Sa J. FUs Maurice, Kff. 

Unatt. 
Joha Cempbell, Unatt. 
»J. Cr. Yonng, Unatt. 
rni. Hope, Unatt. 
9Ll.Diiring,Unatt. 
foilMu8.8mith, Unatt. 
Hei.A.(yNeill, UnatU 
Bm. WnuRoel HUl, Unatt. 
H«ai7CUaton, Unatt. 
9 PfwL Chidlej Inrin, KH. 

Vnttt. 
*J.Mat.OoiWt, wt.f.p. 

9 Dm. Bolton. R. Eng. 

P.W.WhinTatee,R.Eiig. 

^iJ«Olw.y,R,Aru 

fO W. C AnderMNi, R. Art. 

a. Palmer, ret. f. p. R. Art. 

a. bay Annttrong, R. Art. 

9 A. B. Harrison, ret. f. p. 

R-Art. 
Robert Clarke, R. Art. 
Swh.Parker,lLlfeGds. 
C. T. Boviaad, ret. f. p. 

B.Art. 
JttiaBnmn,4SF. 
9H. B. Wrlgh^ ret.f.p. 

Bo7»l ArL 
9 Wm. Reuy BeoC, do. do. 
C. TroUope, a F. 
totiert Clarke. R.Art. 
A. T. Hemphill, 28 F. 
I«^O.A.F. Pafet,4Drs. 
Lrooke Tkylor. Unattached. 

Itrist,A4f,Gm.N.^M, 

Dittriei 
r. ilk Windham, Unatt. 
9 Wm. Foneaoz, R. Art. 
li. T. Brooke. CB. S2 F. 

iUf^p-Casfp lo tho 

0. T!a5ipler, CB. Unatt. 
i«is<.A4fK<M<-tfmMra/ 
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S80 John Bloomileld, R. 

Art. Aidt-de^Camp tojke 

Queen. 
£.Lngard, CB,iO V.Deputp 

A4;. Gen. at Bombay, 

Aide-de-Camp to the 

Queen. 
Thos. Foster, R. Bag, Aide- 
de-Camp to the Queen. 
|| F. Oraham, R. Har. 

Aide-de-Camp to the 

Queen. 
John Ashmore, ind Comm, 

M.Mar.atWoolwieh,9l 

June. 
S9 J. A. Philips, do. do. 

at Chatham, 1 Aug. 
IP ea F. Warde, R. Art. 

IS Sept. 
|P€aW.B.Ingilby,do. 

8 Not. 
Tho. Fynmore, ret. fall pay, 

R. Mar. 20 Not. 

Jas. Buchanan do. do. 

1854. 28 Nor. 

H. LeBtanc,ret. f.p.AR.yet. 

Bn. MaJ. of Chelsea Hosp. 
Jae. L. Basden, C3. retlrsd 

full pay 80 F. 
9 Wm. Sail, Kff. ret. f. p. 

R. Newfoundland Comps. 
Robert Terry, ret. f. p. 81 F. 
James W. Fairtlough, ret. 

r.p.OSF. 
H. C. Streatfeiid, ret. f. p. 

87 F. 

Henry Senior, ret.f.p. 05 F. 
Cha. Hughes, ret. f. p. 24 F. 
Joseph KelsaU,ret. f. p. 70F. 
Wm. Blois, ret. f. p. 52 F. 
Edward Thomas Tronton, 

ret. f. p. 13 F. 
9 John Singleton, Kff. ret. 

f . p. 80 F. 
aiBJosephMark Harty, KB. 

ret. f. p. 83 F. 
yEyre John Crabbe, KH. 

ret. f. p. 74 F. 
9 jia Wm. Bumey, KH. ret. 

f. p. Cape Mounted Rides. 
SSO. Rochfort, ret. f. p. 3 F. 
Philip Dundas, ret. f. p. 47 F* 
Richard Wiliington. ret. f. p. 

84 F. 
8GI R. Westmore, ret. f. p. 

83 F. 
R. Pattisson, ret. f. p. 13 F. 
J. H. Poole, CB. ret. f. p. 

22 P 
f E. J*. White, ret. f. p. 70 F. 
f Robert Uuut,ret.f.p. 49 F. 

E. W. Bray, CB. ret. f. p. 

88 F. 

Aral. Tennant, retired full 

pay S5 F. 
iPE.R.Hill, 1 W.I. Regt. 
C. Wright, R. Eng. 
Oeo. W. Key, 15 Drs. 

F. O. Shewell, 8 Hussars 
P. R. Thomson, R. Eng. 
£dw.Pole,12Lanc. 
Joshua Jebb, CB. ret. full 

pay R. Bug. 
Arthur Shirley, Unatt 
Fred. Holt Robe,CJ?. Unatt. 

Deputy Quart^Maeter- 

General at the Mauri- 

tiue 

faa T.O. Cater, RJlrt. 
obert Walpole, h. p. Rifle 

Br. Dep. QT'-Mae.-Gen. 

in the Ionian lelands 
9 Henry Pester, R. Art. 
A. J. Lawrence, Rifle Br. 
Bon, Oeo. Cadogan, Or. Ors. 
C. O. Strealfleld, R. Eng. 
J. H. Orubbe, 66 F. 
Wm. Blackbume,h.p.60 F. 
Fra. Bkelly. 87 F. 
J. CUope Oibwne, Unatt. 



C. P.AinslIe, h.p.OF. 
H. Daniell, Colds. Ods. 
Freeman Murray,h. p. 68 P. 

Gov. atui Com.-in-Chief 

at Bermuda 
Bon. A. Nelson Hood, h.p. 

13 P. 
David Russell, 84 F. 
J.E.Portlock,R.Eng. 
9 R. W. Story, R. Art. on 

retired full pay 
R. W. Huey, 1 P. 
H. Shirley, 88 F. 
ff. S. Newton, Coldstream 

Ods. 
m WL Robert Hughes, 1 

West India Regt. 
H. O. Conroy, Or. Ods. 
R. Luzmoore, ret. f. p. 16 F. 
N.R. Browne, 34 P. 
Wm. P. Williams, CB, B. 

Art. 
H.A.R. Mitchell, Or. Ods. 
E. C. W. M. Milman, 87 P. 
H. J. Oillesple, ret. full pay 

R.Mar. 
Spencer Perceval, Coldst. 

Ods. 
Edward Ooulbum, Or. Ods. 
Henry Cooper, 45 P. 
Randal Rumlcy, Depot Batt 

at Parkhurst. 
H. Sandhanv R. Eng. 
S. Oarmston. ret. full pay 

R. Mar. 
9 J. H. Stevens, ret. f.p. 

R. Mar. 
H.K. Storks, Unatt. 
W. Sutton, Cape M. R. 
iEron.Oeo.C. Weld Forester, 

R. Horse Ods. 
B.C.Hodge,4Dr.0ds. 
P. R. Blake, S3 P. 
C. C. Tarborottgh, CB. 91 P. 
a A. Macbean, ret. f. p. R. 

Art. 
90.James, ret. f. p. R.Art. 
i H. Palllser, do. 
R. L. Oarstin. ret. f. p. R. 

Art. 
||ffiJ.A.WIlson,R.Art. 
an R.O.B. Wilson, do. 
W. H. C. Wellesley, 10 P. 
H.E. Doherty, CB. 14 Drs. 
A. H. Ferryman, 89 P. 

fWm. Hen. Law, 83 P. 
. J. Oalloway, 70 P. 
William Jones, CB. 61 P. 

faai B. Cuppage, B. Art. 
obert Bum, R. Art. 
Jas. Campbell, 87 P. 
aSi R. B. Burnaby, ret. full 

pay R. Art. 
A. Jardine, 75 P. 
M. O. Dennis. 60 P. 
John Mac Duff, 74 P. 
T. M. Wilson, 96 P. 
T. C. Luxmoore, ret. full 

pay R. Eng. 
Oeo. Staunton. 81 P. 
C. Crutchley, Provisional 

Depot Battalion 
Wm. Farls, ret. fall pay R. 

Eng. 
J.H.Oriflln,R.Art. 
P.H.Baddeley,R.Eng. 
W. Hamilton, 78 P. 
Edw. Vicars, R. Eng. 
Cha. Rochfort Scott, h. p. 

B. Staff Corps, Jeeiet.' 

QT.^Mae.-Gen.at Dublin 
M. K. Atherley, 92 P. 
Tretor Chute, 70 P. 
W. O. Brown, 24 P. 
Hen Jervis,Provisiona] Batt. 

at Chatham 
M. W.8mith,h. p. 15 Drs. 
J. M. Perceval, CB. 12 P. 
H. W. Stlsted, 78 F. 
a T. J. Adair, Inep. Field 

Officer ofBelfaetReeruit 

ing DUt, 



P. M. N. Ony, 6 F 

HiB Wm. How Hennls. re- 
tired full pay, R. Art. 
T. A. Lethbridge, do. do. 

D. Thomdlke,R.Art. 
Harry Stow, ret. AiU pay 

R. Art. 
O. Hutchinson, 80 P. 
Wm. Fraser,R.Art. 
Charles Oostling, Royal Art. 
Chas.Steuart,14Drs. 
C. H. Mee, retired ftiU pay. 

R. Art. 
Lacy Walter Yea, 7 P. 
T. Bodgen, R. Eng. 
P. W. Taylor, Canadian 

Regt. 
T. Desbrtsay, h. p. R. Art. 
C. B.Symons, ILArt. 
T. 0. Egerton, 77 P. 
W. COrady Haly, 47 P. 
9 Wl John Enoch, AuUt. 

Quarter-MaeterOeneral 

IFeb. 

C. Fegen, ret. f. p. R. Mar. 

W.H.Yicars,61P. 

W. W. d'Arley, ret. full pay 

R. Art. 
W.R.Manifle1d,6SP. 
R. L. Hombrook. ret. f. p. 

R. Mar. 

E. N. Wilford. R. Art. 
H.P. Wulff,R. Eng. 

Jae. Fraeer, late of 79 P. 

J. Hawkshaw, do. 

Tho. Hore. ret. ftell pay R. 

Eng. 
W. L. Dawes, ret. full pay 

R. Mar. 
H.R.Jones,6Dr.Ods. 
J. Tjiden, ret. f. p. R. Art. 
H. Skipwitb, 43 P. 
T. M. Biddulph, Unatt. 
C. Haxart, 7 Hussars 
Wm. Calamy, ret. full pay 

R. Mar. Art. 
NicholasPalmer,ret.f.p.66 P. 
BJ.Swinbume, ret. f. p. 83 P. 
Daniel Praser, ret. f. p. 42 P. 
Cha. High.PotU,ret.f.p.l9F. 
Oeo.de Rottenburgh, Unatt. 

Aseiet, Qr.-Master-Gcn. 

in Canada 
Edw. Aldrich, R. Eug. 
W.Y.Moore, 54 P. 
W. H. Pickering, R. Art. 
J. Clarke, ret. Ml pay R. 

Mar. 
J.Tothlll, ret. f. p. R. Mar. 
O. H. Hyde, ret. tuW pay R. 

Art. 
S. Hearle, retired ftill pay 

R. Mar. 
J. M'Arthur, ret. f. p.R. Mar. 
Henry Edm.deBurgh Sidley , 

ret. full pay, 50 P. 
T. A. Shone, ret. full pay, 

R.Art 
Herbert Mends, ret. full pay 

2W.I.Regt 
C. H. Burnaby, retired full 

pay, R. Art. 
W.Clendon, ret. f.p. R. Mar. 
J. O. Walker, ret. full pay, 

R.Art. 

1854. I Dec. 

F. Wlgston, ret. fhll pay, IS 

P. 
A.T.Rice, retftall pay, 51 

P. 
Isaac Foster, ret. Aill pay, 3 

W. I. Regt. 
W. H. OUlman, ret. f. p. 

68 P. 
Oliver Robinson, ret. f. p. 

2 P. 
9 S. R. W. Wesley, R. Mar. 

A4f.Gen. 18 Deo. 

WJ. Ridley, Sc. Fus. Ods. 
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IiIXUT.-C0L01ISU. 

1811. 

C, /. MUnu, CB. late of 
66 F. 4 June 

IPaa JL jr. oooke, cfi.ime 

ofGren.ad«. 7 Nor. 

1812. 

9 /oA» JfonM/, (7B, late of 

AS F. 1 Jan. 

9 aa Hugh SaUuitt, CB, 

&Cff. late Ger. Leg. do. 
9 J. P. J^ufK, C7B. late 0/ 

11 F. 87 Apr. 

Bod. de Haj, h. p. Watte- 

TiUe'i Regt. 21 May 

9 /. B, HarrUon, CB, late 

ofMF. 19 June 

9 CAa. OatJUr, CB, late of 

88 F. do. 

9 HIE Sir Geo. Jnliut Hait- 

maita,KOB,^ OCH,h.p. 

Germ. I^eg. 17 Aug. 

P 0(M<. Brown, CB. late of 

05 F. 17 Aug. 

Hr M, Church, CB, OCR, 

lateofGrk.Lt.Inf. 10 Not. 

1818. 

j) /. P. Safvhint, CB, late 
ofOSF. 21 June 

1814. 

9eo. Maodonellt CB, late 

of 79 F. 94 Feb. 

^«a QeQ, WUhiuM^ CB. 

KH, late of Riae Brigade 

4 June 

219 r, 8, Miller, CB, late 

of 6 Dr. do. 

9 Sir Hen, Pynn, CB, late 

of Port. Senr. do. 

1816. 

9 323 Jonathan Leach, CB, 
late of Bifle Brig. 18 June 

9 HA Oeo. DavU WiUon, 
CB. latoof4F. 18 June 

9® Hon. &. L. D. Darner, 
CB.UteofSOF. 4 Dec. 

1817. 

PGabrlelBiuer«UBatt.8 Jul7 

1824. 

9 tIflE Hon, Rob. Moore* 
h.]>.Coldat.Gda. lApr. 

1S95. 97 Maf . 

9 CikParvle, h.p, Gan.Fenc. 
9 Sob. MacdonaUL, CB, late 

of Royal Art. 
Beig.GraTetfb. p. 12 F. 

1820. 

9 S® J*. Fuller, CB. late of 

60 F. 19 Jan. 

W. Leader Maberljr, Uuatt. 

80 Dec. 

1827. 

9 Tho, Ben, CB, late of 
48 F. 20 Sept. 

1829. 

9 SSft B. Macdonald, CB, 
late of 86 F. 26 Aug. 

leSO. 82 July. 

Cha. H. Smith, KH, h. p. 
16 F. 
^.Oatet,rJSr.h.p.88 



{ Chai. Pratt, tup. 96 F. 
O.Spottifwoode,h.p. 71 P. 
Jat. Horton, lup. Men- 
ron't Regt. 
John Bradieh, h. p. 2 Ceylon 

Begt. 
C. Prtngle, h. p. Oer. Leg. 
J.T. Whelan, h. p. B. Newf. 
Fen. 

1887. 10 Jan. 

Jacob WataoD, Unatt. 

{Hen.Nooth,h.p. 14F. 
aO R. Hoirard, Unatt. 
Sir John Scott LUlie, 
CB. late of Or. Qd«. 
9 Ja. Delancey, Unatt. 
9 Samuel Fox, Unatt. 
9 Car. Speddlng. h.p. 82 P. 
J. O. N.Oibbei, h. p. Malta 

Begt. 
Sir Wm. Davison, KH. 

h. p. 9 F. 
*Marq. Gluieppe de Piro, 
CMO, ret. f. p. R. Malta 
Fen. Beg. 29 Dec. 

1838. 
Thomas Hall, Unatt. 28 June 

1888. 
Bd. Carruthers, CB. late 

of2F. 93 July 

G. J. M. WDonell, CB. 

late of 16 Dr. do. 

1841. 

9 Joe^ Anderson, CB. 
ICJET. lateof50F. 1 Apr. 

28 Nov. 1841. 

Wm. Beetham, Unatt. 
^Joseph SUnnumSfCB. late 
of 41 F. 22 Nov. 

1844. 

9 Thomas Bunbury, CB. 
late of 80 F. 26 July 

1846. 6 Jan. 
Jas. Spenoe, CB, late of 81 P. 

1847. 

9 Hall Young Wortbam, B. 

Bng. IS Apr. 

Bdw. Twopenny, late of 7 

Dr. Gds. 10 Dec- 

Arthur Edteard OnsUne, 

late of Sco. Pua. Gds. 

1848. 

9«lffl T.CSmitb, do. Unatt. 
16 Sept. 
Tboi. Crombie,Cold«t. Odt. 
20 Oct. 
W. B. Faber, 86 P. 16 Dec. 
John Garvock, 81 F.22Dec. 
Fred. Eld, 90 F. do. 

1849. 

E.W. W. Pauy, Dep. Batt. 

Permoy 10 Apr. 

Hon. C. O. Scotti Scots 

Pus. Gds. 10 Apr. 

Hon, A. Gordon, Qrenad. 

Guards 10 Apr. 

Corbet Cotton, Brig, Mqjor 

of Cavalry, Uoatt. 20 Apr. 
Jf . E. Tiemey, late of 

Coldst. Gds. 27 Apr. 

G. H.Coryton,h.p. R. Mar. 
95 May 
J. H. Grant, CB. 9 Drs. 

7 June 
M. Smith, 29 F. do. 

Henry Batea, 96 P. do. 
J. £. W. IngUi» 82 F. do. 
A. G. Blachford, 24 P. do. 



Charles Tyrwhltt, Sco. Fas. 
Gds. 6 July 

1860. 

R. C. S. Clifford, Or. Gds. 
Edward John Strae«y, Scots 

Pus. Gds 94 May 

P. Seymour, Sco. Pus. Gds. 

28 Jane 

J. L. Dennis, 94 P. 2 Aog. 

C. R. Sackville, Jjsrd West, 

21 P. 9 Aug. 

Fred. P. Haines, 91 P. do. 
Lord Jas. C. P. Murray, 

Scots Pus. Gds. 6 Nov. 
J. A. Lambert, Grenadier 

Guards 16 Nov. 

C. A. P. Berkeley, Scots Pus. 

Guards 18 Dec 

Hervey Hopwood, Gr. Gds. 

27 Dec. 

186J. 

H. P. Baymond, Depot Batt. 

Winchester 17 Jan. 

Hon. H. H. Man vers Percy, 

Grenadier Grds. 7 Mar. 

9 John Alves, Depot Batt. 

14 do. 

W. C.E.Kapler, 26 P. 

80 May 
M. Williams, B. Eng. 1 4 J uly 
C.A. Amey, Unatt. 18 July 
C. H. EUioe, 24 P. 8 Aug. 
9 J. Maclean, Unatt. 7 Oct. 
T. M. Steele, Coldst. Gds. 
81 Oct. 

1861. Nov. 11. 

9 y. T.DonaldMn, Unatt. 
9 John Macphail, h.p. 7 Dr. 
9 John C. Harold, IIP. 
9 aa Win. Hunibley, late 

of Riie Brigade. 
William Chambre, Unatt 
Hon. Arthur Cha. Legge, 

Unatt. 

2aiSW.LoDg,h.p.9F. 
elv.Dalyell, Unatt. 
9 Wm. Sadlier, 4 P. 
2rmryJ)0fid,lateof 16 Huss. 
9 Oa J. Birtwhistle,Unal. 
9Wm. Praser, Unatt. 
9 James Algeo, Unatt. 
James Creagh, 86 P. 

fWm. Graham, Unatt. 
. Wm. Clements, 78 P. 
Hen. S.Stephens, JTJT.Unatt. 
Chas. Barry, Unatt. 
Jacob Meek, late of 78 P. 
James McQueen, Unatt. 
9 aSE S. Waymottth, Unatt. 
William Snow, Unatt. 
Charles Smith, Unatt. 
Fra.We8tenre, Unatt. 
W. B. Brudenell Smith, 

Unattached 
Thos. Sidney Powell, 67 P. 
9«21E.Gib«>n,Unatt. 
Edward Last, 99 P. 
93ffllLeonardMorse- Cooper, 

Unatt. 
James Watson, 14 P. 
Cha. Wise, Unatt. 
J. J. Lowtb, 88 P. 
Fran. Piaaket Dunne, Unatt. 
Wm. Slater, Depot Batt. 

Winchester 
G. W. Francklyn, 87 P. 
9 J. K. Jauncey, Unatt. 
Cha. Bob. Raitt, Unatt. 
John Temple, Unatt. 
R. L. Dundas, Unatt. 
eSSI G. p. Paschal, Unatt. 
O. Hankey Smith, 78 F. 
Guy Carke, Unatt. 
R. S. Vicars, Unatt. 
B.J.P.Vassall,Unatt. 
H.P. Strange, 25 P. 
Thomas Unett, J9 P. 
Wm. Henry Adams> Unatt. 



Wm.CockeIl,16F, 

J. P. Sparks, 88 P. 

G. E.Thorold,92F. 

Alex. Houstoun, h. p. 4 P. 

Staff'Off. of Pensioners 
9 P. B. Beyne, Ceylon Regt. 

0. H. Burchell, fa. p. 67 P. 
P.Le Poer Trench,2 Dr.Gds. 
9 John Gould, Unatt. 

9 John De Lacy, Unatt. 
B. Chetwode, h. p. 8 Dr. Gds. 
J. P. Westropp, Unat. 
Geo. M. Reeves, 90 P. 
Rob. Henry Lowth, 86 P. 
B. C. Fletcher, h.p.8 Dr.Odf. 
Burton Daveney, 1 P. 
Edward Bagot, Unatt. 
James Patience, 65 P. 
William Caine, Unatt. Xf.- 

Oovemor of Hong Kong 
9Jas.ScarglIl, Unatt. 
Bobert Lewis, Unatt, 
Samuel Tryon, Unatt. 
G. T. Finucane, Unatt. 

Mqfor of Brigade in tJ^ 

Ionian Islands 
Tho. Williams, 4 P. 
9 SQ O. D. Alnswortb, 

Unatt. 
Tho. Ogilvy, 2 Life Gds. 
J. A. Udny, h.p.62 P. 
G. C. Swan, Unatt. Stajr 

Officer ofPeneioners 
B.Wllbraham, Unatt. 
J. S. Hope, R. Eng. 

B. J. Stotherd, R. Eng. 

24 Nov. 

A. Gordon, R. Eng. 6 Dec. 

W. Irwin, h. p. 80 P. AssUt. 
Quarter^ Master' Gen. at 
KUhenny 26 Dec. 

T. P. Flude, R. Art. 80 Dec. 

1852. 

J. M. Savage, R. Art. 14 Jan . 

C. Rose, R. Kng. 28 Jan. 
R. J. Dacres, R. Art. 28 Feb. 
G. W. Pordyce, Scots Pus. 

Gds. 87 Peb- 

C. W. Wingfleld, R. Art. 
18 March 
W. B. Marlow, R. Eng. 1 Apr. 
A. Tullofa, R. Art. do. 

Henry Poole, R. Art. * 1 Apr. 
Hen. Geo. Teesdale, do. do. 
Noel Thos. Lake, do. do. 
N. M. Stack, Dep.Bat 8 Jane 
T. J. Valiant, 40 P. 26 do. 
Frank Adams, 28 P. 16 July 
J. B. Brnnker, 16 P. Dep. 

Adjut, Gen, at Ceylon 

24 Aug. 
Hon. H. T. Forester, Gren. 

Guards do. 

H. D. GrifELth, 2 Drs. 87 Aug. 
Pierey Benn, B. Art. 81 Aug. 
C.E. Doherty. IS Drs. 13 Oct. 
J.Child,B.Mar. 18 Oct. 
B. O.Hughes, 58 P. 81 Oct. 
Andrew Spottiswoode, 1 Dr. 

Gds. 12 Nov. 

Hogh Evans, R.Mar. 83 Not. 
A. A. ShutUeworth, R. Art. 
7 Dec. 
J. T. Brown, R.Mar. 18 Dec. 
K A. Parker, R. Mar. 18 Dec. 

1. W. Jones, Unatt. 24 Dec. 
J. W.Smith, 05 F. do. 

1858. 

Charles Henry Somerset, 

Cape Mounted Riflemen. 

98 Jan. 

L. S. O'Connor, 1 W. I. R. 
Governor and Comman^ 
der-in-Chiefatthe Gam- 
bia 8 Feb. 

John Yorke, 1 Drs. 4 Feb. 

P. D. George, CB, h. p. 
89 P. Deputy AdJtOant- 
General Windnard and 
Leeward Islands 4 Feb 

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gm.h H.E.Dali7i»^e, 0. 

P.0d>. 95Mtf. 

KXDtvfOB, late of R. Bog. 

88 Mar. 

Benrj Tndwr, R. Eng. do. 

Daniel Baoktf, 96 F. 1 April 

J. D. DymitS Dr. Od«. 8 do. 

J. e. Dupoif, R. Art. 32 Apr. 

U.H. Graham, dOF. 88 Apr. 

Hearr Renny, 81 P. 87 M ay 

liio. Campbell, 58 F. do. 

Henrjf W, CummiNff, late 
of GoidsC Gdt. 87 May 

F. G. A. Pisckney, 78 F. 
88 May 

D<TidForiM«,81P.9aMay 

Artfaar Hone, 19 F. 98 May 

H.D'ArcyKyle, 87F. do. 

J. J.Biawt, Cape M. R. do. 

J'.ba ArmslroiiK, do. do. 

WF.BMlfoni,60F. do. 

Wm. Ueatheote Tottenbam, 
18 Laneen 88 Maf 

Idw. A. Hoidleb, CB. 80 P. 
88 May. 

R.y. Pliimpt, PvoT. Bat. at 
Cltttbam do. 

Alfred H. Horeeford, Rifle 
Bri|%de 88 May 

W.U.p.PattoD, 74F. do. 

a. i. Cmnj, Cape M. R. 
MUiHay Secntary to ih§ 
Lt'Qtn^rul Command- 
ing at th$ Capg of Good 
ffopt do. 

//ca. P. E. Herbert, 48 F. do. 

ArtimrBerton,8F. lOJane 

Jiha HUl. R. Art. 81 June 

9. W. Jephaon, 8 P. 1 July 

G«orse Orey Rous, Gr. Odt. 
16 July 

Geo. MonUaad, 74 F.89 J uly 

Tho. Hurdle, R. Mar. 15 Aug. 

Tboi. p. Dvyer, do. do. 
do. do. 



n.L.llaekitdr,«8 F. 85 Aug. 
9.Bn>nri0|.Qr.Gda.lS8ept. 

B. & Btehettn, R. Eog. 

18 Sept. 

C. H. Speoce, 60 F. 2 Oct. 
n .M.S.McMafdo, h.p. 78 P. 

Dnilin. 81 Oct. 

7.B.Ain8lta,09F. do. 
Wb. Monro, 88 F. 11 Not. 
A. a Errlngtoa, 51F. 81>ec. 
C. A. Edvarda, 18 F. do. 
P«iJ. Riky. 48 F. 18 Dec. 
^' M. Wood, Coldst. Gd«. 
do. 
Keary Smyth, 08 F. 80 Dee. 
'^m Mark Kerr, 18 F. do. 

1854. 

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H.J.Mon1i,R.An.]8Jan. 
J«kBM«Cty, do. 94 Jan. 
■'.H. Stewart, 81 F. 85 Jan. 
;}X)aUey,f0F. 8 Feb. 

U.W.Wkklead,8W.I.R. 
8 Feb. 
John WUUe, 10 Hueaars, 

10 Feb. 
{.Walpole, R.Eng. 17 Feb. 
H. Serraate, do. do. 
H.O. Crawley, do. do. 

'ebn Tvlai, do. do. 
T.ALaxeom, do. do. 
8. A. Moletworth, Kt. full 
Mr. B. Eof . do. 

Bovanl Prome, R. Eng. do. 
C. E.1fnk!neoo, do. do. 
f F.Orairt, R.Art. do. 
J-W.jfiteben, do. do. 
^•J-Bereefofd, do. do. 
J.F. Crawford, do. do. 
(jtaStGeorie, do. do. 
WB.K.]redfanii, do. do, 
"••CWaide, do. do. 
B«ry0.8C8ee, do. dd. 



H. P. de Batbe, 8eoU Foi. 

Gds. do. 

H. O. Mitrord,R.Mar.84Peb 
RiohardWaddy, 50 F. 8 Mar. 
P. O. H. Someraet, Oold«t. 

Gdi. 8 March 

S.Hawkini,R.Mar. 14 Mar. 
J.W.Onnaby, R.Art. 17Mar. 
W. T. Renwlck, R. Eng. 

81 March 
T. H.TId7,h.p.l4F. i7irp. 

A^utant - General at 

Janudoa 88 March 

T. B. Rlmington, R. Eng. 
81 March 
Robt. Sanders, 19 P. 14 April 
H.W.Parke, R. Mar.l9 April 
R. H. R. H. Vyie, R. Horse 

Gaarda 81 April 

T.W.B. HoMtworth,h.p.8 P. 

Deputy Qr.'Moiter-Oen, 

Nova Scotia 5 May 

B. Haythome, 98 F. 13 May 
Tho. Brooke, 19 P. IB May 
U. Williamson, 87 P. 86 May 
A. J. Taylor, R. Art. 80 May 
Geo. Maclean, do. do. 
H. D. White, Dit. 1 June 

A. B. Stransham, R. Mar, 

8 June 
H. W. W. Wyan, 8 W. I. R. 

9 June 
90 June 1854. 

W. H. Askwlth, R. Art. 
9 John Fraaer, Unatt. Fort- 

Me0or of Jersey 
Hamlet Coote Wade, CB. 

h. p. 1 Dr. Gds. 
J Douglas, 79 P. 
W J. Myers, h. p. R. Staff 

Corps, 

J. Paterson, 8 F. 

H. C. B. Daubeney, CB. 55 P. 

F. Lofhington, CB. Scots. 

Pus. Gds. 

F. White, CB. Depot Batt 
atPsrkhttrst 

P. Whittingham, CB. 26 F. 

C. Bridge, 58 P. 

Edw. Bond, Pro?. Depot 
Battalion. 

B. R. Jeffk'eys, 88 F. 

T. 8. Conway, CB. Gr. Gds. 

A. B. Montgomery, 1 P. 

T. Le Marchant, Unatt. 

David Skie Smith, tete of 
8SF. 

T. Shadforth, 57 P. 

W. L. Tudor, 86 P. 

T. Graham, 1 P. 

Geo. Pinder, 15 F. 

(3eo. Green, 84 P. 

R.A.CuthberC, 15P. 

M.J. Western, 64 P. 

O. Herbert, 75 P. 

Lord Alfred Paget, Unat. 

E. R.King, 86 F. 

John Singleton, 11 F, 

M.B.G.Reed,84F. 

A.F.W.Wyatt,65F. 

Rich. Gardiner, 76 P. 

H.D.Crofton, SOP. 

J. R. B. Hale, Unatt. 

E. H.Greathead,8P. 

Arthur St. George H. Step- 
ney, Coldet. Gds. 

Samuel Plther, 89 P. 

Son. H. R. Handcock, 97 F. 

Charles Hind,Unatt. 

A. P. Ansell, Unatt. 

G. F« F. Bonghey, 58 P. 
Henry S. Rowan, R. Art. 
Collingwood Dickson, K.Art. 
Hon. R. C. H. Speneer 
Thos. Hook Pearson, Unatt. 
Lawrence Fyler, 18 Lancers 
Wm.Matkia*, late of 02 P. 
W. P. Waugh, Unatt. 

A. W. Reed, 89 F. 
W. B. Langfbrd, R. Mar. 
J. C. Buimester, R. Eng. 
Sir W. Q«frddn, Bdtt. 66 F. 



W.H.L. D.Caddy, 55 F. 
9 A.CampbeU, h.p. 8 Ceylon 

Regt. StqfOJleerofPen' 

eionen 
James Draper, 64 F. 
James John Graham, Unatt. 

SteUf Off. of Peneionert 

?l T. Beckham, Unatt. 
ir J. £. Alexander, 14 P 
P. Brown, h. p. 63 P. 
SEdw.L'Estrange, TOP. 
R. H. J. B. M'Cumming 

Unatt. 
H. F. Ainslle, 88 F. 
J. R. Hey land, Unatt. 
C. E. Wflford, 18 P. 
W. H. Robinson, Unatt. 
R. W. Bamford, Unatt. Stqff^ 

Officer of Penetoners 
Geo. F.Myllus, Unatt. Town 

Mttfor of Dublin 
T. J. Deverell, 67 F. 
9 M. Orr, Unatt. Stqff" Offi- 
cer of Pensioner* 
W. B. Caldwell, Vasiti.,Stqff' 

Officer of Pensioners, 
. Hudson's Bay. 
H« F. Hawker, h, p. 19 F 

Stqff' Ojfficer of Pen, 
J. A. Robertson, 88 F. 
C. Kelson, Unatt. 
2B B. TreTor, h. p. R. Ark 

Staff Officer of Pen. 
A. H. L. Wyatt, 11 F. 
G. H. F. Campbell, h.p. R. 

Staff Corps, Stqff Officer 

of Pensioners 
J.B.Creagh.67F. 
J. M'M. Kidd, 87 F. 
H. B. Harrey, Unatt. 
E. A. G. MuUer, 1 P. 
C. F. ParkiOMRi, Unatt. 
A. BoUon, Unatt. 
Fred. Blythe, h.p.6 WJ.R, 

Ad^f. Cavalry Depot. 
P. T. Maltland, h. p. R. Staff 

Corps, Tomn-Mt0or of 

Portsmouth 
James Graham, 89 F. 
R. L. Phipps, Unatt. 
Thomas Tulloch. 48 F. 
W. Campbell, Unatt. Stt^ff 

Officer of Pensioners 
A. C.Sterling, Unatt. Briff.' 

Mqf. Bast. Eatpedition 
E. 8. Parmar, Unatt. Stq/f 

Officer of Pensioners 
J. B. Orange, h.p. 84 F. Staff 

Officer of Pensioners 
G. S. Deverill, 90 F. 
W.J.Crompton, Unatt. Stq;ff 

Officer of Pensioners 
Thos. E. Laey, Unatt. Tonm 

Mt^or of Gibraltar 
Philip Smyly, 09 F. 
O.S. Btacftford, late of IS 

Hus. 
John Gray, Unatt. 
9 asa T. M. Prior, h. p. 

5 P. 
fl£l John Iropett, 95 F. 
J. K.Plpon, h.p. 68F.il «- 

sistant Adj. General 
G. W. Mayow, Unatt^ 
George Talbot, 48 F. 
J. P. Du Vemet, h. p. AMe. 

Corps, Staff Officer iff 

Pensioners 
9SBi W. T. B. Mounsteren, 

h. p. 79 P. Steff Off' 

of Pensioners. 
Richard Going, 1 P. 
Wm. Calder, Unatt. Stqff 

Officer of Pensioners 
H. B. Bourcher, h. p. 19 Drf. 

Tovon-Mt^or of Kingston, 

Canada 
M M. 9. H. Lloyd, Unalf . 
Charles James, b. p. 18 F. 
J. Stuart, h. p. 84 F. Stqff 

Officer of Pensioners 
{|Ct H. Anderson, Staf 

Capiat at Chatham 



I John Rdehe, TTnatt. 
J. Clarke, 1 W. I. Reg. 
M.F. Martin, 9 Ufa Gdi. 
John Wegg, h. p. 49 F. 
9 W. H. Pbibbi, Unat. Steff 

Officer of Pensioners 
R. 0. Lloyd, 76 F. 
M. G. Sparks, 10 F. 
A. A. Barnes, 6 F. 
G. F. 0. Scott, 76 F. 
A. 1. Lockhart, 98 F. 
W. M'PhersOn, Unatt. Stqff 

Officer of Pensioners 
John Forbes, Unatt. Bttiffi 

Officer of Pensioners 
H. B. U.Rogers, Unatt. dd. 
George M'Beath, 68 P. 
W. R. Hallday, 86 P. 
Wm. Johnston, Unatt. 
Walter Unett, 8 Dn. 
John Jones, 60 F. 
Arch. Little, 9 Laacers. 
E. H. Hutchinson, 85 P. 
R. Moorsom, Scots Fus.GdJ. 
Lord Pra. Arthur Gordon, 

I Life Guards. 
John Douglas, 11 Hussars. 
IToii. Rich. William Penn 

Cunon, Gr. Gds. 
W. B. D. BrMighlon,R.Eog. 
Rich. John Nelson, do. 
George Burgmaan, do. 
Franklin Dunlop, R. Art. 
Franeli Dick, ' do. 
Alfred Tylee, do. 

Ohas. Jas. Dalton, do. 
David Edw. Wood, do. 
Hoith Manley Tolte, do. 
P. M. Eaidley Wllmot, do. 
Jas. Wm. Pitamayer, do. 
Geo. R. Harry Kennedy, do. 
Geo. Sandhaa, ret. full pay, 

R.Art. 
Ohas. T. Cockbnm, R. Art. 

E. G. Wynyard, Gr. Gda. 
Fred. Chae. Arthur Stephen* 

son, Scots Fus. Gds. 
John Reeve, Gr. CMs. 
Ohas. L. Cooka, Coldft Gds. 
H. P. Hepburn, Boots Pus. 

Gds. 
James Halkett, Coldst.Gd8. 
Edw. Rea, R. Mar. 81 Jane. 
J. H. Francklyn, R. Art. 3d 

June. 
G. Gambler, R. Art. 6 July 
G. A. K. d'Aroy, 8 W. I. 

Regt. 7 July. 
A. Andereon, R. Mar. 7 July 
Hon. Cha. Hugh Lindsay, 

Gr. Gdi. 14 July 
Ralph Bradford, do. do. 
Michael Bruce, do. dd. 
Hon. Rich. Charterii, Soets 

Fui. Gds. 14 Jaly. 
D. W. Carteton, COldst. 

Gds. 14 July. 
Lord Aug. C. L. FItsRdy, 

Coidst. Gds. 14 Jaly 
Fra. Haygartb, Scots Ful. 

Gds. 14 July. 
J* T. Airey, Coidst. Gds. 

15 July. 
Lambert Lyons Montgomery 

Scots Pus. Gds. 15 July. 
Robt. Wriglit, R. Mar. 1 Aug. 
C. 8. Burdett, Coidst. Gds. 
88 Aug. 
P. S. Nolloth, R. Mar. 8 Sept. 
G. B. T. Colman^ 8 W. I. 

Regt. 15 Sept. 

F. W. Kewdlgate, Coidst. 
Gds. 4 Sept. 

F. 94 HamiHoOy R. Art. 

18 Sept. 

F. W. H., Lord Burghersh, 

Unatt. Aide-de-camp to 

Lord noglan 80 Sept. 

Daniel Lysonc, 88F.8lSept. 

C. L. B/ XaltlaAdr Gr. Gds. 

88 8epu 

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Lord Arthur Hay, Or. Gdfl. 

19 Oct, 
John Chaytor, R. £ng. 

20 Oct. 
John PraMr, R. Mar. 21 Oct. 
Henry Green Wilkinson, 

Scots Fu8. Gds. 3 Nor. 
U. 0. Lord DunkoUin, 

Coklst. Gds. 8 Nor. 

Bon, B. A. O. DoIcelU 63 F 
6 Nor. 
Jas. Eman, 41 P. do. 

J%. W. Crofton, R. Art. do. 
P.L.C.PasGt, Scots Pui.Gd8. 
do. 
Henry Edw. Montreior, Gr. 

Gd4. do. 

Hon. J. S. Jocelyn, do. do. 
W. G. Dawkins, Coldst. 

Gds. do. 

G. Wm. Strong, do. do, 
J. R. Stuart. 21 P. 15 Nov, 
T. UoUoway,R.Mar.20NoT. 
J.C.G. Courtis, R. Mar. do. 



Lieut' Colonek. — Majors. 



1S54. Not. 28. 



G. E. Elringlon, ret. f. p. 

a R. V. B. 
Wm. Milne, ret. f. p. 2 R. 

Vet. Bn. 
J. P. Oldham, ret. f.p. 8 R. 

Vet. Bn. 
Geo. L. Spinluff, ret. f. p. 

R. V. Company. 
Edw. Goate, rcu full pay 

Jos. Williams, retired full 

pay R. Marines 
Stephen Noel, retired full 

pay 92 P. 
T. Lemon, retired full pay 

R.Mar. 
|) G. Pinckney, retired full 

pay 82 F. 
9 Philip Aubin, retired full 

pay 67 P. 
S.O.Carter« ret. full pay 16 P. 
y G.Fitzgerald Stack, KB. 

retired full pay 24 P. 
II Henry Clements, retired 

full pay 16 P. 
Julius Fleming, r6tired full 

pay, R. Mar. 
^ Peter J. WlUats, retired 

fuil pay 48 P. 
Wm. Cox, retired full pay 

54 P. 
9 ^l R< Handcock, retired 

fnll pay 40 P. 
f Fred. Wriglit, retired full 

pay R. Art. 
^ Rd. J. Barou, retired full 

pay R. Eng. 
Jas. Rob. Colebrooke, retired 

full pay R. Artillery 
ip J. Bonamy, ret. full p. 6 P. 
yj. Marshall, retired full 

pay 91 P. 
9 Rich. Manners, retired 

full pay 69 P. 
)iJ.T. Moore,ret.full p. 87 P. 
Amb. Spong, rot. full p. 00 P. 
$J. Clarke,ret.fu11 pay 66 P. 
^ I. Richardson, retired full 

pay 11 P. 
Rob. Brown, ret. full p. 16 P. 
^ R. Tatton, ret. full p. 77 F. 
$J. Jackson, ret. full p. 67 P. 
Ixstris S. B. Robertson, ret. 

full pay R. Art. 
^ Charles Rivers, retired 

full pay R. Engineers 
A. Sharrock, retired full pay 

29 P. 
W^m. Raban, retired full pay 
. rar. - 
Tho. Hinton Heramans, ret. 

full pay 78 F. 
Wro. Warburton, retired full 
. pay 67 P. 

|) M. G. Lynch, retired ta\l 
pay 14 F. 



9 Edw. Boyd, letired tuU 

pay 29 P. 
yjos. Smith, ret. fUll p. 14 F. 
Ewan M'Pherson, retired 

full pay 99 Foot. 
Jas. Smith Law, retired fuU 

pay R. Artillery 
llJohn Pascoe, do. 
p George Splller, do. 
Wm. Dempster, retired full 

pay 41 P. 
C. R. Newman, reUred full 

pay 14 P. 
Charllon O'Neill, retired full 

pay 07 P. 
Jn. J. Grier, ret. full p. 93 P. 
|) Alex. Campbell, reU full 

pay 38 F. 
|IH.Dlxon,ret.fulIpay81 F. 

J I J.Poyntz, ret. full p. 80 P. 
as.' 



Lynn, ret. f. p. R.£ng 
C. D. Campbell, ret, full pay, 

39 P. 
9 iSdw. Kenny, ret. full pay 

80 F. 
John O'Grady, ret full pay, 

17 P. 
aO A. R. L'Estrange, ret. 

ftill pay, 71 F. 
J. T. Griffiths, ret. full pay, 

26 F. 
R.A. Andrews,ret.f. p.30 F, 
Benoit Bender, ret. f. p. 

82 P. 
9 W. Atkin, ret. fuU pay, 

R. Canadian Rifles 
Abraham Splaine, retired 

fall pay 81 F. 
James Ward, ret f. p. 81 P. 
9 J. Norman, ret full pay, 

64 F. 
A. W. Mackay, r«t. f.p. 21 F. 
T.Scott, ret f.p. R.Mar. 
John Bolton, ret. f. p. 76 P. 
Wm. Barnes, ret. f. p. 17 F. 
Daniel Riley, ret f.p. 24 F. 
H. A. Kerr, ret f. p. 1 P. 
W. Beales, ret. f. p. Unatt. 
^ J. Fynmore, ret. f. p. R. 

Mar. 
R.De8alis,8Huss. 
W. D. Dererell, Walmer 

Depot Batt. 
Wm. Newhouse, ret.f.p. 6 P. 
W. M'Kionon, ret. full pay, 

R. Mar. 
H. F. Stokes, ret f. p. 30 F, 
C. Irvine, ret. f. p. 38 F. 
C. C. Williamson, ret. full 

pay, R. Mar. 
J.G. Lecky, ret ftill p. 38 F. 
G.Markland, ret. f. p. R. Art. 
R. Howorth, ret full pay R. 

Eng. 
P. Tudor, ret. full pay, 38 F. 
G. A. Barnes, ret. full pay 

St. Helena Regt. 
C. W. Pearce, ret full pay, 

R. Mar. 
Powrle Ellis, R. Art. 
N. E. Harison, R. Art. 
G. J. L. Buchanan, do. 
R. P. Sharp, 72 P. 1 Dec 
G. G. Biscoe, ret. f. p. 66 F. 
do. 
Hugh Thos. Bowon, ret. f.p. 
77 F. do. 

A. C. Bentinck, 7 Dr. Gds. 
8 Dec. 
0. T. Wilson, Coldst. Gds. 
do, 
1864. Dee. 12. 



Rob. Blane, Unatt 
H. W. Bunbury,23 F. 
G. V. Mundy,33F. 
ITcm. W.L.Pakenbam,Unatt 
H. Hume, 96 P. 
Bon. A. Hope, 60 F. 
B. Tylden, R. Eng. 
Bon. Fra. Colbome, 16 P. 
J.B.Patullo, 30 P. 
Bon. Robert Rollo, 42 F. 
John Thornton Grant, 49 F. 
John S.Wood, 13 P. 
Alexander Low, 4 Drs. 
His Serene Hishnets Prinze 

Wm. Aug. Kdjr. of Saxe- 

Weimar, Gr. Gds. 
J. M. Adye, R. Art. 
P. P. HanUnge, 22 F. 
Geo. 0. Langley, R. Mar. 

Assist. AdJ.-em, 14 Dec. 

1854. 

XtfrtfAdolphusF.CW.Vane- 

Tempest, Scots Fas. Gds. 

19 Dec. 

P. Hill, Royal Canadian 

Rifles 20 Dec 

W. H. Bradford, Rifle Brig. 

do. 



T. W. M'Mahon, 6 Dr. Gds. 

W. S. R. Norcolt, Rifle Br. 

R. J. Siratou, 77 P. 

Bon. J. W. B. Macdonald. 
Unatt. Aide-ds-Camp to 
the Inspecting General 
of Ctmalry 

T.S. H. C. Troubridge, 7 P. 

6. Dixon, 77 F. 

R. T. Farren, 47 P. 



HAJ0B8. 

1812. IJan. 
R.Tolson, h. p. 26 F. 

2818. 

Bon. C. Murray, h. p. ] 7 Dr. 

4 June 

J. M. Close, h. p. R. Art. do. 

0. Emanuel May, h.p. Meur. 

R€p. 17 do. 

1814. 

9 J.Lepper, h.p. 27 F. 3 Mar. 
R. Jones, h.p. 81 P. 4 June 
IP N. P. de Brem, h.p. Chase. 

Brit. 4 June 

9 N. MaUer,h.p.RoIPs Inf. 

do. 

R. Hart, h. p. R. Mar. do. 

aaP.H.F.Mcjer, h.p.G. 

Leg- do. 

1817. 

Bennett Holgate, h.p. 40 P. 

13 Nov. 

1819. 12 Aug. 

^m. Macdonald, h.p. R. M. 
9 Tho. Wilson, h. p. 60 P. 
C-WUkinson, h.p.R.Art. 
WLG. p. Sandham, h. p. do. 
9 Jas. Lane, h. p. R. w\ I. 
Rang. 

1821. 

fV J. W. Henderson, KB. 
h.p. 41 P. 19 July 

1828. 
IPR.S.SltwelI.Unatt. lOJuly, 



fiBon. Sir Fra. C. Stanhope 
Unatt. 27 May 



# T. Stir. Begbie, Unatt. do. 
9 J. Macpherson,Unatt.do. 
9 W. H. Hartman, do. do. 
9 H. Mackay, Unatt. do. 

1831. 
T.R.P.Tempe8t,Unatl2July 

1832. 

IliW. Seward, Unatt 18 Oct 

1887. 10 Jan. 

Henry Crause, Unatt. 
O'Hara Baynes, h. p. R. Art. 
Sam. Charter8,h.p. R. Art 
Charles Boyd, Unatt. 
H. J. M. Gregory, Unatt 
IP John Crawfurd, Unatt 

1838. 28 June 

9 John H. Cooke, Unatt 
DIE B. P.Browne, Unatt 
Bdm. Sheppard, h. p. R. Art. 
fia J. Manley Wood, Unatt 
Geo. Montagu, Unatu 
Alex. Buchan, Unatt. 

1839. 
Arth.C.Lowe,Unatt SI Aug. 

1840. 10 Nov. 
J. B. CasUeau, h. p. R. Mar. 

1841. 23 Nov. 
Wm. Elliott, Unatt 
aSl W. MonUgu,h.p.R. Art. 

1842. 

Wm. Codd, Unatt. 6 May 
A. P. a. Wilkinson^ CB. 

late of 13 P. 4 Oct 

W. Greenwood, CB. retired 

AiU pay R. Art 28 Dec. 

F. S. Hamilton, ret full pay, 
R.Mar. 23 March 

1844. 
E. C. Giffkrd, Unatt 20 Dec. 

1846. 

G. M. Tew, Unatt lOApril. 
R. M. Muudy, h. p. R. Art. 

20 Oct. 
1846. ONoT. 
W. J. Gierke, Unatt 
C. H. L.TinUng, Unatl. 
Charles Murray, Unatt. 

1847. 
Wm. Robinson, R. Bn^. 

10 Feb. 
J.H.Trevelyan,Unatt.6 Mar 
C. £. Michel, 06 F.25 June 
* C. CutiO V, R. Malta Pen. 
Regt SO Jtily 

Wm. Twisleton Layard, 
CeylonRifle Regt. Sd SepU 

1848. 

G.F.White, Unatt 21 Jan. 
R. D.Kelly. 84 F. 17 If ar. 
A. C. Goodenough, 34 p. 

27 axar. 
H. Harvest, Unatt IB July 



j9 E. Jones, Unatt. 10 June T> <^* Timins, 70 P. do. 

Cha. Lowrie, do. 80 Aug. ^!j^*i'*^^5|'i^ ^- ^^ July 



1829. 6 Feb. 

y WL Sf»TrevorWheler,B/. 
Unatt 

1830. 

Pred.Hammond,Un. 16 Mar. 
Arch. Smith, Unatt 22 July 
fMylcSerer, Unatt do. 



Wm. Case, 32 P. 18 Sept, 
Wm. Penwick, 10 P. 13 Sept. 
G.A.Dumrord,27 P. 16 Sept, 
W. G. Scott 01 P. do, 

T. Donovan, Cape M. R. 

15 Sept. 
C. Seagram, Unatt. do. 
St John T. Browne, R. Art. 

16 Sept. 
0. C. Young, R. Art do. 



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JL)UxTclU4«F. 10 Sept. 
J.O. Jolaiftaoe, 3S F. 8 Oct. 
T.C Forreft, 4 Dr. Qdt. do. 
B. E. M. Gordon, 01 F. 

13 Oct. 
A. G. Otmot, 85 F. 10 Nor. 
TCb. Clarke, Unatt. SSXor. 
7.S.Gai4]ner,UnatL24 Nor. 
£. 0. Htrt, Depot Bait 

Tfaapleniore 15 Dec. i 

T.B.Goagb,3SF. 23 Dec. 
6.AX.Blcnkinsop, 45 F. do. 

1840. j 

P. L. U'DooKall, Moj. and ' 
StipLff Studies K. MIL \ 
CoUege Feb. 

H. 0. Raiaer. 01 F. 20 Apr. 

P. W. ▲. Bnd«haw, Unatu 
18 May 

C.B. TatteiMll, h. p. Ccjloii 
Rejt* do. 

Bdw. HIektr. <» F- 1 June 

C. J. Otter, 81 F. 7 June 

J. Clark Kennedj, 18 F. do. 

H. B. Lonfden, 10 F. do. 

E. J. Pratt, Drk do. 

JL A. Tale, Dr«. do. 

J.M.B.Nc01,40P. BJnne, 

J. Soodgvasf, 06 F. 15 June ' 

J.C.KeUr,SlF. 20Jal/ 

Lim. Roche, Unatt. SI July 

F.D.Linn]e7,Sl F. 4Auk. 

C.C.Deac<iB,61 F. lOAng. 

J. C. Brooke, 8 F. 2 Oct. 

H. P. F. Jobneon, 6 F. 5 Oct. 

JTm. SL Geo. O. Foley, 
Uoatt do. 

H. F. PoaioBbyfGr.Ods. do. 

1850. 
G. a Camberland, 4S F. 



15 Feb. 
Bvu. W. H. 8. Cotton, 
Uoatt. 22 Feb. 

C. fl.Teash-Heckcr,15 Drs. 
8 Mar. I 
JohfiWaid, Unatt. 12 April 
H. Hanflton, 7S F. 10 do. ' 
Tbomaft Fuinee, St. Helena | 



John Watmn, U F. 
O.U. Vyse, 2 Life Ods. 
Chas. Holden, Unatt. Stqjff 

Off", of PtntUmer*, 
9 A. Campbell, 76 F. 
T. KnatchbuU, b. p. R. Art. 
Bttiff" Qif. of Pensitmert, 
J. 8. AdaouoD, 88 F. 
J. W. Dal«ret7, R. MU. Col. 
M. R. 8. Whitmore, b. p. 
10 Drs. Stqff" Qff. of P«tu, 
A. B. Burmester, 60 F. 
I J. Sampson, h. p. 8 Oar. Bn. 
1 StaJT Oiff. of Petuionert. 
J. B. Mann, Unatt. :BH' 
gadS'Me^or at Carmav' 
I then, 
J. Cockbum, Unatt. Staff 

Off of Pensioner $. 
\ J. U. Purres, Unatt. 
L. C.BoQrchler,75F. 
Edw. Hill, 06 F. 
P. L. Dore, Unatt Staff 

Off. of Peneionere* 
W. Cartan, do. do, 
Tho. White, 40 F. 
f J. O. Rawstorne, 01 F. 
Major of Brigade, Cape 
of Qooa Hope. 
A. F. Bond, b. p. Staff 
Carps, Staff Off, of Pens, 
J. A. Vigon, 52 P. 

F. O. Bull, h.p. 60 F. Stqff 
QMcer of Pensioners 

92CI T. LlUte, Ceylon Regt. 
J. A. Cole, 15 F. 

G. F. Murray, 65 F. 
8. B.Hamilton, 85 F. 
J. H. Wingfleld, 15 F. 
T. Byrne, 67 F. 
Edw. Moore, 11 F. 
C. Siilcry, 80 P. 
C. R. Egerton, 80 F. 
E. H. F. Pocklington, 

Unatt. UUitary Score' 
tary at Malta. 

G. Robeson, I W. I. Regt. 

R. M. Best, ID F. 

9 C. R. Shnckburgh, h. p. 
70 F. Staff Off. of Pens. 

FHzWilUam Walker, Cana- 
dian Rifles. 



Re?t. 17 May i W. W. J. Cockcrafl, 58 F. 

W. a Kennedy, 5 F. 21 May j J. Palmer, 8 W. I. Regt. 
Geo. Damford, 70 P. 96 May j R. Pitcoirn, b. p. 6 Gar. Bn. 



A. F. Wdsford, 07 F. 7 June 
iTtkiirLoirTyCoIe,17F.14do. 
C.C.)l*Iatyre,78F. 10 June ; 
ir«a.J.Colbomc, Unatt. 

21 June , 



Staff Off", qf Pensioners. 
D. Stewart, h. p. 84 P. do, 
£. D* Alton, R. Newf. Oomp. 
C. C. Clarke, 2 Drs. 
G. P. Hume, 68 F. 



J- W.0aisfonl,72 P. 10 July £. O. Broadley, Unatt. Ste^ff 
iu. Raauay, SSf . MUUary I Off, of Pensioners. 
Sterttary to the Go' J O. L. Ormsby, do. do. 
xtnar-Qeneral of India , H. Breirster, 76 P. 
2 Auir. W. Wilmer, 14 Drs. 
1. E. F. Uolcombe, 13 F. C. Beamish, 85 P. 

Aug. Hon, C. Daly, 80 F 
LG. Barilem, 18 P. 8 Kor. R. Daly, R. Military Coll. 
C.W.O.SUTcley,44F.7Dec. , H. Gahan, 8t. Helena Regt. 
P. L. Artbar, UoatL 18 Dec. i J. C. Macpherson, 42 P. 
no& Pattte,16 Uncers, do. < C. A. Edwards, 18 F. 
C. Fenwick, 76 F. 
I J. Coats, 65 P. 
P. G. Aylmer, 80 F. 



1851. 

'«.TfdlJe,85F. 8 July 
C.LXiiceBt,56P. 18 July 
E. Wodebottse, 24 P. do. 
C.i.C.llHls,52F. 22 Aug. 
^.WUl».25F. 16 Sept. 
W.N.Ctt*iance, ODr. Gds. 

10 Sept. 
R. J. Baumgarlncr, 28 P. 

28 Sept. 

H. Bb$liam, GO P. 10 Oct. 

i' U*C4aI Uagart, 7 Drs. 

81 Oct. 

11 Nor. 1»5I. 

J*s.Kiiollys. 75F. 
JCUnnhart,! P. 
Lieakias, Unatt. Stqff 
V'Of Penshoners, 



R. N. Tinley, 80 P. 

P. English, 85 P. 

E. B. Hale, 82 P. 81 Nor. 

A. T. Allan, 81 P. 26 Dec. 

R.W.M.Fraser, 6F. do. 

U. Copinger, 16 F. do. 

1852. 

E. W. C. Wright, 01 P. 
86 Feb. 
J. L. Wilton, 50 P. OdMaj 
Cha. Ready, 71 P. 8 June 
Cha. Elrohirst, P. do. 

A. Leslie, 40 P. 85 Jane 
T. B. Knox. 67 P. IP Aug. 
C.J. Foster, 8 Drs. 21 Sept. 
C. F. Fordyce, 47 P. 12 Oct. 
W. R. O. Gore, 18 Drs. do. 
Tho. Ross. 73 F. 22 Oct. 
8. T. ChrisUe, 80 P. 81 OcL 

B. Harrison, 10 Drs. 5 Nor. 
Albert Watson, Unatt. do. 
O. P. Bourke, 17 P. 8 Dee. 
J. W. Grey, 85 P. 17 Dec- 
Geo. M. Lys, 48 F. 27 Dec. 

1853. 

Robt.Wardlaw, 1 Drs. 4 Feb. 
Bowland Moffkt,64 P. 4 Mar. 
P. J. PhiUott, Unatt. 25Mar. 
R. Fielden, 44 F. do. 

A. W. Byles, 56 P.se April 
R. P. Hunter, 71 F. 18 May 
H. L.Maydwell, Depot Batt. 
28 May 
H.T. YiaUs, late of 45 P. do. 
P. P. Faddy. R. Art. do. 
R. P. Campbell, 00 P. do. 
Thomas Addison, 2 F. do. 

C. D. Robertson, R. Eng. do. 
Hon. O.T.Devereuz, R. Art. 

do. 
J. C. Mansergh, 6 P. do. 
Lord Alex. George Russell, 
Rifle Brig. do. 

P. W. L. Hancock, 74 P. do. 
Robert Bruce, 74 P. do. 
Edward 8. Smyth, 2 F. do. 
W. £. Bewes, 73 P. do. 
Geo.Briggs,l Dr.Gds. 8 June 
P. D. Lister, P. 10 June 
P.A.Whimper,66 P. 24 June 
R. A. Shearman, 68 P. 

26 July 

D. A. Monro, 18 Lancers, 

80 July 
C. P. Law, 60 P. 25 Aug. 
Hon. H. L. Powys, 60 F. 

2 Oct. 
R. H. Lindsell, 88 P. 18 OcU 
A.S. Uith Hay, OS P. 21 Oct. 
H. J. Shaw, 45 P. 4 Nov. 
W.C.Wolfe, OOP. 11 Nor. 
J. M*N. Waiter,58F. 8Dcc. 
A. N. CampbeU,18 P. Dec. 
W. T. Brttee, late of 18 P. 
do. 
Andrew Green, 48 P. 18 Dec. 
Datid Fyffe, 46 P. 16 Dec. 
Pat. LIndesay, 68 P. 28 Dec. 
P.C.ETe)egh,20F. 80 Deo. 



R. Coif ill, 07 P. 
J. Lardner, 47 P. 
G. Munro, Unatt. Staff Off, 

of Pensioners. 
•M. de M. Alessi, ret. full 

pay Malta Fenc. 
J. W. S. Smith, 88 P. 
|| B. Beaufoy, Unatt. Staff 

Off. of Pensioners, 
P. Urehan, 78 P. 
Geo. Holt, 25 F. 
R. R. Harris, h.p. 60 F. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
T. Ffrencb, 58 P. 
D. O'Brien, 86 P. 
P. P Nott, h. p. 1 Gar. Bn. j Cha. Wm. Green, 3 F. 7 April 

Staff Off. of Pensioners, • H. E. M*Gee, 10 P. 14 April 
J. R. Wheeler, 80 P. I Alex. Munro, 16 P. 81 April 



Alex. Murray, 87 F. 


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H. G. Wynne, 68 F. 


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J.Miller,2W.LR. 


6 Jail. 


J. P. Hardy, Unatt. 


13 Jan. 


H.E.SorelI,81F. 


25 Jan. 


8. 8. Cox, 56 F. 


3 Feb. 


Lord G. A. Beauclerk, ID 


Hussars 


10 Feb. 


G. A. F. Sullran, 2 Drs. 


17 March 


J. Johnston, Unatt. 


8 May 


J. 0. MOller, 60 P. 


do. 



Henry, Duke 0^ Beaufort, 

Unatt. Aide-de-camp to 

the Commander-in-Chief 

21 April 

John Kelsall, 88 F. 

Fra. Peyton , 88 P. 13 Majr 

J. Fra. Kempt, 18 P. 10 Maj 

W. T. Dickson, 16 Lancers 

10 May 

T. P. Touxe), 27 P. 86 Maj 

C. C. Shute, 6 Drs. 1 June 

A. Scudamore, 14 Drs. do. 
T. Gibbings,8 W.I.R. Jun« 

80 June 1854. 

P. L. Ingall, Unatt. Bep.^ 
Assist. Qr..Maet.'Qen. at 
Montreal 

Wm. Wynne Lodder, 50 F. 

B. C. Mitford, Unatt. Tonn 
Major at Malta 

Joseph Henry Laye, 68 F. 
Jas. Richardson,Unatt.i¥4«r/' 

OJieer of Pensioners 
W. Child, Unatt. Stt^f 

Offietr of Pensioners 
Henry Rich. Marindin, 1 P. 
Wm. Wood, h. p. R. Mar. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
H. B. J. Wynyard, Unatt. 

Briff.'MaJ. Birmingham 
J. D. de Wend, h. p. 52 P. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
Ralph Budd, 14 P. 
David Watson, 88 P. 
B. G. Layard, h. p. 67 P. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
Hon. J. P. Maxwell, 50 P. 
William Bell, 32 P. 
Henry James Day, 00 P. 
James Egbert Simmons, 6 P. 
J. D. G. TuUocb, h. p. 84 P. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
J. B. Sharpe, 20 P. 
Henshaw Russell, h. p. 60 P. 

Stqff Off. of Pensioners 
Robert M. Sutherland, 02 P. 
W. H. KenoT, b. p. 61 P. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
E. J. Vaughan, h. p. 57 P. do, 
R. Saunders, R. Newfound- 
land Company 
Cha. Albert Denison, 68 P. 
John Owen Lewis, 87 F. 
J. Butler Whealstone, 45 P. 
SirWm.Denl<on, R. Eng. 
John Williams, It. Eng. 
E. W. Dumford, do. 
yWni. O'Neill, Unatt. ^to^ 

Q^cer of Pensioners 
Andrew H. Russell, 68 P. 
Arthur Herbert, 80 P. 
Cteo. Maunsell, 1 W. L Regt 
^William Carrtttbers,Unait. 

Briff.'MtOor, Cape Tonn 
Peter R. Jennings, 18 F. 
Jas. K. Wnison, h. p. R. Mar. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
E. T. Lloyd, R. Eng. 
Jas. Hen. Craig Robertson, 

Unatt. Assist. Dep. Qr.- 

Master'Oen. in Ireland 
Richard Knox, 16 Lti Drs. 
Francis R. Palmer, 60;P. 
Henry C. Powell. Unatt. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
James Alex. West, 84 P. 
Wm. Kier Stuart, 86 P. 
Scrope R. Berdmore, 80 P. 
Geo. Waller Meehan, Unatt. 

Stttff Off. of Pensioners 
Alex. Cameron, 42 P. 
James Trnvers, 8 W. I. Reg. 
D. G. A. Darroch, 51 P. 
Thos. O. W. Ingram, 07 P. 
John K. Mackensie, 60 P. 
John Rose H. Rose, Lt. 

A. Donelan, lup. York Chais. 
Staff Off. of Pensioners 
Henry Orleivony 15 F. 



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Hew D. Vkmhftwe, 19 P. 
Chu. Henrj Gordon, OS F. 
John W. P. Audain, 16 F. 
Hon, F. J. E. Freke, 9 Life 

Ods. 
Geo. B. C. CrespigiiJ, 90 P. 
Ellott Tfaoe. Seward, 39 F. 
Robert D. Campbell, 71 F. 
Henr7 Jamet, R. Enir. 
John Cassidy Stock, 10 P. 
Wm. Mauleverer, h.p. M P. 

Staff Off. of Pensianert 
Arthur George Veeey, 46 P. 
Wm. Ganttin, h. p. 94 Ors. 

Staff Off, of Pmsiorurs 
George Kln«, IS P. 
C. H. Marechattx, St. Helena 

Reg. 
Wm. Fred. Harrej, Unatt. 

Staff Off. of Pensionert 
Horatio Pentrlck, h.p. 97 F. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
Charlee wm. Sibley, 04 F. 
John Bruce, h. p. 56 P. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
P. Woodlej Home, 15 Dn. 
Mottram Andrews, 98 P. 
P. B. Ruseell, h. p. S Dr.Ods. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
Tho. Fred. Ricnardion, 84 P. 
Edw. Regan Gregg, 96 F. 
Oilet Keane, 86 F. 
Walter Warde, Unatt Staff 

Officer of Pensioners 
Morris Jamee Hall, 6 P. 
Thomas Bridge, 84 P. 
Aug. Wm. Hurray, 1 W. I. 

Regt. 
Alfred Thot. Hryland. 00 P. 
Edw. Wm. Seovetl, 96 P. 
Chas. S. S. E. Gordon. 76 P. 
Henry Jackson, Provisional 

Battalion at Chatham 
Seton Lionel Smith, 64 P. 
Geo. Fred. 8. Call, 18 P. 
Henry Dalton Smart, 76 P. 
John Perkins Mayers, 86 P. 
John R. Heaton, 87 P. 
T. R. Mould, R. Bng. 
Geo. Wynne, do. 
W. R. Gilbert, R. Art 
H. Aylmer, do. 

George Ersklne, SS F. 
A. <}. W. Hamilton, R. Art. 
Alexander Irrlng, do. 
Chas. Wm. Thompson, 68 P. 
Chas. Shipley Teale, TJnatt 

Staff" Off. of Pensioners 
Wm. Stace, R. Bng. 
C. Parke Ibbetson, h. p. 80 P. 

Brigade-Maj. Devonport 
H. A. Stracban, 80 P. 
Tyrrell Matbias Byrne, 1 P. 
John D. Macdonald, 80 P. 
Thos. Scott Hawkins, 1 F. 
Arthur John Pack, 7 F. 
Hen. Chas. Capel Somerset, 

h.p. 97 P. Staff Off. Pens. 
Hv B. Harness, R. Eng. 
Francis Ckirey, 96 P. 
Henry J. Sarage, 01 P. 
William Little Stewart, I P. 
Hylton Briscoe, 9 Dr. Gds. , 
Charles Bingham, R. Art 
J. N. A. Preese, R. Art. 
Arthur Pifott, h. p. 90 P. 

Staff Off. of Pensioners 
Abra. Collie Anderson, 86 P. 
P. D. Cleaveland, R. Art. 
Charles Murray, 49 P. 
Edward Lynch Blosse, 11 P. 
Wm, Pym Toung, 66 P. 
P. A. Campbell, R. Mar. 
James Nugent, 86 P. 
Wm. H. H. P. Clarke, 63 P. 
John Porter, 67 P. 
Henry Crawley, 90 P. 
Wm. Campbell MoIIan, 76 P. 
H. D. Griffith, 45 P. 
Edw. R. Priestley, 95 P. 
George Maxwell, 66 F. 
James E. Robertson, 6 F. 



Mofors, 



Alfred R. Margary^ lata of 

64 P. 
Pra. Gilbert Hamley, 19 P. 
John Henderson, 16 P. 
Morley S. T. Dennis, 76 P. 
E. T. Ford, R. Eng. 
John Heatly, 88 P. 
Henry Draper NeriUe, 1 P. 
Oeorge Frend, late of 96 P. 
Chas. B. Hague. 67 P. 
Wm. Yoliand, R. Eng. 
Hon. Chas. D. Plunkett, 1 P. 
Thos. M. L. Wegudin, S6 P. 
John Power, 90 P. 
John James Bull, 66 P. 
Henry P. Wakefield, 98 P. 
Edmund Peel, 11 Hussars 
T. T. 8.Carlyon, 8 Dr. Gds. 
97 June 
G.Mehi,h.p.SlDrs. SO June 
G.£.HiUier, h.p.80F. do. 
C.E.Law,SW.LR. 7 July 
J. L. A. Simmons, R. Eng. 

14 July 
O.V. Maxwell, 88 P. 98 July 
A. Ormsby, 80 P. do. 
R. C. H. Taylor,70 F. 8 Aug. 
K. D. Clephane, do. 19 Aug. 
Geo. Bent, R. Bng. 1 Sept 
W. C. P. ElUott, do. 8 Sept. 
H. S. Ord, R. Bog. do. 
P. A. WetheralU S W. I. R. 

15 Sept 
J. B. Goodwyn, 41 F. do. 
Charles Nasmyth, Unatt. do. 

A. J. Herbert, 9S P. 91 Sept. 
H. A. OuTry, ODrs. 99do 
T. El win, R. Art 99 do 
W.P.D.JerTois,R.Eng. do 
H. R. Benson, ITDrs. 98 Oct. 
W.H.O.Badde]ay,40F. 

6 Nor. 

B. A. Somerset, Rifle Brig. 

19 Nov. 
L. B. Tyler, 69 P. 17 do 
H. Blount 68 P. 94 do 

1854. 94 Not. 

Sir Wm. Wynn, ret. f. p. 

luTalids 
M. Louie, ret f.p.5 R. V. Bn. 
O. Pry, do R. Art. 
G. St J. Gifford, do. II R. 
Yet Bu. 
L. K. WiUard, do do 
T. L. Metcalfe, do 6 do 
Arch. Maenell, do 8 do 
W. Mackay, do 9 do 
John Smith, do R. Art. 
Arthur Fleming, do do 
H. C. Martin, do do 
Judge T. D'Aicy,do4R.V. K. 
P R. Gray, do 6 do 

ij.G. Hort, do 19 do 
W. Kelly, 
J. Roche, 

C. Kingsley, 
9 A. Fullarton, 
9 R. Woode, 

D. M'Pberson, 
T. Hurdle, 
VT. Dillon, 
H. A. Colley, 
9 A. Skene, 

as.C.Melhuish, do R. Eng. 
9 J. L. Hulme, do do 
VT. R. Asnew, do9R.y.B. 
93£|J . W.Pringle,do R.Eng. 
il. Laogdon, do R. Mar. 
R.J.F. Crowfbcr, do R. Eng. 
J. S. Sayer, do do 
R. P. Phillips, do R. Art 
J. Stocker, 
J. Parmar, 
T. C. Steward, 
J. Har, 



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W. S. Knapman,do 



do R. Eng. 
do R. Mar. 
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SIB. Pigot, do 60 P. 
SG. y. Tinting, do R.Eng. 
J. Wilson, do R. Mar. 



J. Humby, ret. f. p. R. Mtr. 
J. M. Stephens, do R. Art 
1181 W.Lemoine, do do 
9 C. Manners, do do 
A.A. W. Schalch, do do 
0. Gordon, do 08 P. 

9 aSi R. Cochrane, do. Rifle 

Brigade, MU. Knight of 

Windsor 
A. DowdaU, ret. f. p. 64 P. 
R. Prr, do 63 P. 

?U. Morgan, do R. Art. 
hos. Waters, do R. Mar. 
G.T.Welfihman, do do 
J . G. Richardson, do do 
J. E. Jones, do do 
J.H.Rutherford, do R. Eng. 
R.Webb« do R. Mar. 

W. Ford, do do 

R. R. Drew, do R. Art. 

SJ. Hewett do R. Mar. 
. B. Pepyat, do do 
P. Eason, do 61 P. 

W. H. Deron, do R. Mar. 
H. Brown, do do 

SB. Morgan, do B. Art 
. Pattoun, do R. Mar. 
D. Galloway, do do 
T. R. Thomas, do do 
J. Cook, do do 

J. Shttte, do do 

J. T. Tucker, do do 
W. Davis, do do 

G. Maekenxfe, do R. Eng. 
9 J. A. Lutman, do 94 P. 
J. M. Hewsoo, do 80 P. 
L. E. Walab, do R. Art 
P. A. GrifltthSb do do 
J. T. Gracknell, do do 
G. C. D. Lewis, do R. Eng. 
P. Holcombe, do R. Art. 
9 H. James, do R. Mar. 
J. Brutton, do do 
A.yonBererhondt,do 58 P. 
J. Kelly, do 6 P. 

W. J. Stokea. do R. Art. 
f SaiJ. Grifllth, do 1 W.I.R. 
R. Shepherd, do 76 P. 
J. R. Maseall, do R. Mar. 
J. Dyson, do R. Art 

W. Berners, do do 
R. W. Pascoe, do R. Mar. 
W. Y. Fenwick, do R. Art. 
R. Searle, do R. Mar. 

H. Smith, do do 

P. J. Dusautoy, do do 
R. S. Ridge, do do 
J. Harrey, do S7 P. 

P. W. Pettingal, do R.Eng. 
T.Park, do R. Mar. 

G. Griffin, do do 

J. Gampben, do 74 P. 
J. Dowman, do R. Mar. 

D. Dickson, do 05 P. 
H. NichoUs, do 04 P. 
C. Clarke, do R. Mar. 
J. Law, do do 
W. Lsncey, do R. Eng. 
J. Blackall, do 80 P. 

E. Nepean, do R. Mar. 
y. Beadon, do do 
J. S. Farren, do R. Art 
C. Oldershaw, do R. Eng. 
H. Moansteven, do 48 P. 
H.H.D.O'Brien, do R. Art. 
A. GosKet do do 
8. J. Skinner, do do 
R. Luard, do do 
O. G. Shaw, do 63 P. 
J. Gore, do R. Art 
J. Turner, do do 
G. Mainwaring, do 99 P. 
J. Low, do R. Art. 
J. Ediestou, do R. Mar. 
W. J. King, do 91 P. 
R. M. Poulden, do R. Art. 
R. Wright, do R. Mar. 
W. Gordon, do do 
E. Appleton, do do 
P. S. Campbell, do R. Art. 
C. Barnes, do R. Mar. 
P. M. M<Ken«r, do do 



W. Knowlef, rat f. p. 60 F. 
H. 8. Tireman, do R. Art 
R. Thompson, do 51 F. 
R. R. Fisher, do R. Art. 
J. M'Caskai, do 07 F. 
VaaiD. Cooper, do 17 P. 
W. B. Toung, do R. Art 
W. A. Rogers, do 03 P. 
R. Myllus, doCeyLR. 

C. Cheetham, do R. Art. 
A.F.W.Paplllon,do do 
W. Fulford, do do 
H. J. DaroU, 60 P. 
J. Speedy, 8 P. 
C. R. Wynne, ret f. p. R. Art 
O.D.Warborton,do do 
K. Murchison, do 90 P. 
P. Bolton, do 77 P. 

W. Macdonald, do OS P. 

C. S. Miller, do R. Bo^. 
P. Onslow, do R. Mar. 

D. Dunn, do 60 P. 

1 Dee. 1864. 
W. H. H. Anderson, 61 P. 
L. E. Wood, rst f. p. 64 P. 
D. W. 0. James, 9 F. 
W. Parke, 79 F. 
J. Oldright, ret f. p. 81 F. 

C. Duperier, do 80 F. 
H. Mackay, do 79 F. 
a P. B. Walker, 7 Uf. Odft. 

• Dec. 
19 Dee. 1854. 

J. A. y. Kfrkland. 91 P. 
K. D. Kackenxie, 99 P. 
J. Conolly, Unatt 

D. W. Paynter, R. Art. 
J. W. Gordon, R. Eng. 

A. Macdonell, Rifle Br. 

E. S.CIaremont,R.Can.Rlfles 
E. R. Wetherall, 8. P. Gd«. 
E. Wodehouse, R. Art 

G. A. Maude, do 
P. E. Chapman, R. Eng. 
W. Swinton, do 

C. S. Glazbrook, 40 P. 
T. H. Clinton, 7 Dr. Gd«. 
C. J. Woodford, Rifle Br. 
W. P. Campbell, 98 P. 
W. P. Hopkins, R. Mar. 
C. L. D'Agttllar, R. Art 
E. H. Maxwell, 88 P. 
H. Smith, S P. 
J. A. Street, 57 P. 
T. Davis, 05 P. 
J. J. Brandling, R. Art. 
J. A. Ewart, 03 P. 
J. £. Thackwen, 99 F. 
H. E. Weare, 60 F. 
J. R. Glyn, Rifle Br. 
J. Turner, R. Art. 

J. R. Anderson, do 
J. C. W. Portescue, do 
a H. Morris, do 

E. W. D. Bell. 98 F. 
E. G. Hallewell, 98 P. 
C. G. Ellison, Gren. Gds. 
W. Sankey, 47 F. 
H. M. HamUton, 47 F. 
Bon. Jl. E. Hardinge, 

Coldst Gds. 
E. A. Whitmore, Mai. SO K. 
W. Inglis, 67 P. 
Hon.Yr. F.8earlott/9.F.Ods. 
P.. B. Hamley, R. Art. 

B. N. P. Kingsoote, 8.F.ada. 
A. H. L. Fox, Gren. Gds. 
E. Neville, 8. P. Ods. 

E. Fellowes, 11 Hussars 
S. G. JenyBS, IS Drs. 
J. W. Armstrong, 48 P. 
L. ShadweU, 10 F. 
W. Morris, 17 Lancers 
Hon. P. R. B. Fielding, 

Coldst Gds. 

C. Adams, 40 P. 

J. W. Lovell, R. Art. 
A.H.P.8.WorUey, 1 Dr. Qds. 
8. E. Gordon, R. Art 
JSrpn. E.T.Gage, do 
Bon. 0. Elliot, Rifle Br. 



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J. W. Thwupmu 10 Uiiaik 
C. a de Morel, 07 F. 
i. W.D. BorftM, fi Dr.Odt. 
J. Gvbbuii, 86 F. 

C. F.T. DuieU,a8F. 
Am. a. H. Cachcart, M F. 
Hsu. W. O. Boyle, SI F. 

D. E. Hoite, S. Art. 



J.H.Bark&88F. 

.M'DoBa]d.99F. 



Officers with Local Bcsnk. 



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L. OTabam, 41 F. 
H. P. Tat«6. B. Art 
A. C. GraTllle, S. F. Ods. 
J. F. Pennyculek, R. Art. 
R. Thompson, fi Or. Qdn. 

SSDec. 

18M. 90 Dec. 

C. Higginbotham, 08 F. 



H. H. Oxeer, (18 F. 
W. Forbes, 77 P. 
W. Mac Mahon, 44 F. 
T. O. Buttledge, 17 P. 
R. Pratt, 41 F. 
W. HcCall, 70 F. 
J. F. T. D«niiiB, 05 F. 
W. H. Klrby, 04 F. 

D. M. Bethune. F. 

E. Norton, 88 F. 



u 

F. R. EliingtOB, Rile Br. 

D. Campbell, 00 F. 

J. J. Hort, 4 F. 

J. Wilkinson, Bifl« Br. 

J. Auchmuty, 67 F. 

J. L. R. Rooke, 10 F. 

J. N. Holmes, K. Can. RiflM 

H. H. Oraer, 08 F. 

W. F. Dickson, 68 F. 

J7on. J. L. Browne, 81 F. 



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Oenerals. 



j^S. Fuf. Combermere, 
GCB.^QCH,^ Nor. 

Etut Inditt 

TrrfwiyCIarka 83Not.41 A>. 

9 Hurfa, rue. GoQgh, Q CB. 

SVarch48£./n<?. 

9 «a 5«r Wm. Maynard 

Gonm, KCB. 84 Sept. 60 

- ^^• 

9 ca B. Tisc Hardlnge, 

GCB. S8 Sept. 1869. So 

Jnv fu he U in Com^ 

mnd of Btr Hqfetty't 

tOJiBMl864. BattlndUs, 

Sir HoptOB Stratford 

Scott, JTCB. 
B.S.O«bome 

Sir Jas. U CaldweU, GCB, 
G. Carpenter 

Sir Jhr, Leighton, KCB. 
Jaa.We!ih 

SkrJti.RasseU, JTCB. 
MutiB Wbite 
Rich. Podmore 
Sir Rob. Hoostoan, KCB, 
Jb. GraeBstreet 
Geo. R. Kemp 
John MttDTO 
J. A. P. If acgregor 
Strj.PKBdergast 
Sir Wb. BicbardJ^ KCB, 
Alex, Dancan 
Koben i. Latter 
itrrj P. Dyson 
AirJo^ Dovelon, KCB. 
Alex. Fair, CB, 
Sir ],L. LoablngtoB, OCB. 
^m. C. Fraser 
Vm. Gilbert 



lieut-OeneralB. 

Cmu WaOnoden, A'6'B., 
«I Jan. IS, QmthuHt 

9£a«trH.6.W. Smitb, 
Bi, GCB. 3 Sept. 47 Cape 

•f6*odaop€. 

9 «B Wn. Rowan, CB. 
Cnada 8S June 40 

f^^ John Grey, KCB. 

^ a Od. B^ Bast JndU$ 

I Wa. Wood, CB, KB. 
U Mar. SI, WtHdward 
««d LttKord JtloHds 

■«1- llXoy. East Indies, 
^ Keaaett 
A isdrews, CB. 
^Ahmaiy 
»SiiMhrilh. CB. 
f«MmBoyd 
' ^ M'Innea 
{•P. Salter, CB. 
Bo. A. Taylor, CB, 
t^li. Watson 
;«• Daiant 
■;«* Bridges Parlby, CB. 

^}.nm.CwMfle,Bt. CB. 

}"^Tniscet» 

*• H. C. 1 



Jn. H. Collette 
Patrick Cameron 
John Carfrae 
Rich. West 
Geo. Jackson 
S. Qoodfellow 
Jas. S. Fraser 
P. De la Motte, CB. 
T. Wilson, CB. 
Geo. Swiney 
Sir G. Pollock, GCB, 
A. Lindsay, CB. 
E. Frederick, CB. 
Geo. B. Brooks 
Peter Lodwick 
J. Morse 
Sueton.H. Todd 
John Briggs 
Harry Thomson 
J. Kennedy, CB, 
BepJ. Roope 
C. W. Hamilton 

E. F. Waters, CB. 
R. C. Andrto 

G. M. Steuart 
Mark Cubbon 
Horatio T. Tftpp 
Tho. Shubriek 
Wm. H. Kemra 
Thomas King 
Thomas Morgan 
Dancan Macleod 
Wm. CuIIen 
Darid Barr 

5<r J. H. Littler, &CB. 
Wm. Vincent 
Thomas Marrett 
J. A. Hodgson 
Thomas Hen. Paul, 
Ezekiel Barton 
H.T.Roberts, CB. 

F. Farqubarson 
Rt.Hon. SirH.Pottinger, 

Bart. GCB. 
R. TIckell, CB. 
9 8fE James Jackson, KB. 

Cape of Good Bope 

20 Aug. 68 
381 Hon. Geo. Anson, 80 

June 64 East Indies. 



Major-G^eneralB. 

9 2£l Henry Somerset, CB. 
KB. 10 May 61, 

Cape of Good Hope, 

90 June 1864. East Indies. 

John Henry, Madras Inf. 
C. R. Skardon, Bengal Inf. 
Samuel Swinboe, do. 
John Anderson, do. 
Frederick Tonng, Beng. Inf. 
T. M. Douglas, CB. do. 
W. R. C. Costley, do. 
Charles Herbert, CB. Ma- 
dras Infantry 
G. P. Wymer, CB. Bengal 
Infantry 
Alexander Dick, do. 
William Pattle, CB. Bengal 
Cavalry 
T. FIddes, Bengal Inlkntry 
James Perry, Madras Inf. 
Hugh Ross, do. 

John Anderson, do. 



James Ketchen, Madras Art. 
A. RoberU, CB. Bengal Inf. 
J. Morgan, CB. Madras Inf. 

C. A. G. Walllngton, Bengal 

Inf. 
Thomas OUrer, do. 
M. E. Bagnold, Bombay Inf. 

D. G. Scott, Bengal Inf. 
Henry Hall, CB. do. 

J. G. Griffith, Bombay Art. 
Samuel Shaw, Bengal Art. 

F. L. Doveton, Madras Car. 
C. B. James, Bombay Inf. 
J. H. Dunsterrille, do. 
M. C. Paul, Bengal Inf. 

C. Payne, Bombay Inf. 
Sir J. Cheape, KCB, Ben- 
gal Eug. 
John Low, CB, Madras Inf. 
Joseph Harris, Bengal Inf. 
John Tulloch, CB. do. 
R. Powney, Bengal Art. 
Sir H. M. Wheeler, KCB. 
Bengal Inf. 
O. E. Gowan, CB, Bengal 
Art. 
P. Montgomerle, CB. Ma- 
dras Art. 
J. Stuart, CB. Beiit;a] Inf. 
Churles Orane, Bombay Inf. 
W. H. Hewitt, Bengal Inf. 
John Home, do. 

G. W. A. Lloyd, CB. do. 
A. Tulloch, CB. Madras Inf. 
A. B. Dyce, do. 

J. W. Clereland, do. 
R. Blaokall, Bengal Inf. 
David Capon, CB. Bombay 
Inf. 
W. D. Robertson, do. 
Duncan Sim, Madras Eng. 



Brigadier Generals. 

While employed with tJte 

Forces on a Partlctiiar 

Serxriee 21 Feb. 54. 

Hugh H. Rose, 8 Apr. 54 

9H. D. Jones, R. Eng. 

10 July 

W. P. Williams, CB. R.Art. 

10 Dec 



Colonels. 

Fra. Raw. Chesney 

87 Nor. 84 Asia 

H. H. Rose, CB. 17 Nor. 40 

Syria. 

9 SO Geo. Macdonald, 84 

Dec. 41 W, Coast of Africa 

•Edward Hay, I March, 44 

East India Company's 

Dep6t at Warley. 

Oeo.H en ry MacKinnon, C^. 

18 June 48 Kqff)raria 

Foster SUlker, CB. Aide- 

de-Cainp to the Q^ueen, 

7 June 40 East Indies 

Christopher Godby, CB. 

7 June 40 B. Indies 
Nicholas Penny, 
CB. d0. do. 



2 kVifS.\Wi. Bast Indies. 
Patrick Grant, CB. Aide* 

de-Camp to the (^ueen 

88 Aug. 1861. St. Selena, 
Tho. Gore Browne, CB. 
Wm. F. BeaUon, E. I. C. 

Serv. 81 April 64, Turh^ 

ish Dominions. 

SO June 1864. East Indies. 
Henry F.Caley, Bengal Inf. 
Hope Dick, do. 

W. Mactier, CB. Ben. Car. 
J. Nash, CB. Bengal Inf. 
J. Alexander, CB. Ben. Ark. 
J. T. Lane, CB. do. 
Geo. Hutton, Madras Inf. 
Andrew Spens, Bengal Inf. 
Robert Stewart, do. 
Edward Pettingal, do. 
Henry Hancock, Bomb. Inf. 
H. J. Wood. CB. Ben. Art. 
Edw. Huthwaite, CB, do, 
J. C. Coffin, Madras Inf. 
G. C. Whitlock, do 
F. G. Lister, Bengal Inf. 
David Downing, do. 
P. Thomson, Madras Inf. 
T. M. Cameron, do. 
Andrew Goldle, Bengal Inf. 
W. Henry Wake, do. 
T. McSherry, CB. do. 
W. N. T. Smee, Bom. Inf. 
Thomas Chase Parr, do. 
F. U. Sandys, Bengal Inf. 
Hngh SIbbald, CB. do 
Henry Prior, Madras Inf. 
Nicholas Johnson, do. 
John Moule, Bengal Inf. 
Louis Saunders Bird, do. 
David Birrell, do. 

T. Polwhele, Bengal Inf. 
I. H. Handscomb, do. 

F. Brlnd, CB. Ben. Art. 

H. R. J. Birch, CB. Ben.Inf. 

G. Campbell, Bengal Art. 
Peter Innes, Bengal Inf. 
J. T. Boileau, Bengal Eng. 
A. W. Lawrence, Mad. Car. 
W. J. Thompson, CB. Ben. 

Inf. 
Sir H. M. Lawrence, JTCB. 
Bengal Art. 
J. T. Bradford, CB. Ben.Car. 
H. M. Graves, Beng. Inf. 
C. Grant, CB. Beniral Art.l 
G. S. Lawrenson, CB. do. 
Alex. Jack, CB. Bengal Inf. 
A. 8. Logan, Madras Inf. 
^neas SherrifT, do Art. 
Edward Messiter, do Inf. 
8. Corbett, CB. Bengal Inf. 
Henry Macan, Bombay Inf. 
Sir Fred. Abbott, CB, 



Ijieut-Colonels. 

H. Prince Reuns 

80 Dec. 1 8 ConMn^nt 

J. F. Fulton, KB. 84 Nov. 85 

Continent 

J. F. DeBurgh 19 Jan. iOdo. 

£. Hawkshsw 16 June do. 



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A. S. King 8 Aug. ContiMHt 
Hcn.RoberU 50ct. do. 
Aug. Meade 10 do. do. 
^<m. J.Walpole S6 do. do, 
Donald Mackaj do. do. 
Anth. Rumpler Nov. do, 
I^Kletcber Wilkie 80 do. do, 
J S. Hawkshaw 14 Dec.SO do, 
L. A. Northe/ do. do, 
«/•«. Ormnby 28 do. do. 
lion, J. Browne do. do, 
If^WiSir Win. Verner,3/. 

98 Dec. Continent. 
J. R. Udney do. do. 
JutUn Shcil, CB. 

2 Jane, 87 Persia 
Rlch.Wilbraham do.40. 
Q.P.Cameron, C3. do. do. 
E.H.D.E. Napier, 

17 Nov. 40 Part, Serv, 

T.W.O. H'NiTen, do. do. 

Frencii Farrant, 11 Mar. 49 

Persia, 

W. F. WilUamB 8 Mnr. 43 

Turkey ^ Persia 

H. B. Smith, 1 Maf, 1848. 

Recruiting for K, I, Co, 

at Bristol 

19 June 48. East Indus, 
J. Angelo, Bengdl Invalids. 
J.T L«die,CB.,lSJulj47 

E. I, Co,'s Depot at 

Warley 

7 June 1840. East Ind. 

O. C. Pontonbj, 11 BengaJ 

L.C. 
F. B. Corfield, 20 Bengal 

N. I. 
J. B. Bellasls, Bombaj N.I. 
£. Oreen, CB, 31 Bombaj 

N.I. 
O. Farquharson, 8 Bengal 

N.I. 
0. Blood, Bombay Art. 
J. D. Hallelt, CB, 3 Bombay 

N.I. 
J. Finnic, 61 Bengal N. I. 
\v .R.Corfield,31 bengal N.I. 
J 8. Leeson, Bombay Art. 
K. St. John, 1 Bombay £. R. 
T. F. Tait,C73. 8 Bengal E.R. 
H. Oarbett, Bengal Art. 
It. Honford, do. 
J. Christie, 8 Bengal C. 
R. Kapler, Bengal Eng. 
A. M. Becber, 61 Bengal N.I. 
J. Fordyce, Bengal Art. 
J. F. Flemyng, 86 BengalN.I. 
H. T.Tucker, CB. 6 do. 
y. Wheler, 11 Bengal L. C. 
W. Scott, Bomb ly Eng. 
J. S. Hodgson, 13 BengalN.I. 
J. K. M*Caualand, 70 Bengal 

N.I. 
J. L. Mowatt, Bengal Art. 
F. Coventry, 8 Bengal L. C. 
C. Chester, 28 Bengal N. I, 
J, Mackenzie, 8 Bengal L.C. 
O. St. P. Lawrence, 11 do. 
Jj.W.Honner, 4 Bombay N.I. 
8. WilUams, 8 Bengal N. I. 
J. Hobson, 1 Bombay £. F. 
a, J. Mant, 19 Bombay N.I. 
G- B. Tremenhecre, Bengal 

Engineers 
Blr Richmond C. Shake- 
spear, Bengal Artillery 

16 Aug. SO. Ottoman 
Dominions. 

ll.C. Rawlluson, CB, 

11 Nov. 1851. Bast Indies, 
, H. Smith, 6 Bengal Cav. 



Officers toith Local Rank. 



\y, Coghlan, Bombay Art. 

H. Anstruther,CB.Mad.Art. 

:i J.Hadfleld,87 Madras N.I. Rob. CampbeU 

F. W. PandS|8 Mttdraa£.R. | Geo. Nott 



A. PinsoB, 48 Madras N. I. 

F. Jenkins, 47 Bengal N. I. 
J. F. Bird, 22 Madras N. I. 
O. M. C. Smyth, 8 Ben. Cav. 

13 May 53. East Indies, 

John Pitt Kenned V, h. p. 
42 P. '» r 

J.D.O.Tulloch, 20 July 63 
/forth America, 

9 Dec. 1858. East Indies. 
Joseph Turton, Bengal Art. 
J. Welshman, 10 Bengal 

N. I. 
Wm. Hill, 1 Madras Fus. 
Jamea Geo. NeUl, do. 
J. C. Boulderson, 35 Bencal 

N.I. 
Hugh Fraser, CB. Bengal 

■Eng. 

G. C. Armstrong, 47 Ben- 
gal N. I. 

Henry Cotton, 67 do. 
Chas. S. Reid, Bengal Art. 

80 June 54. East Indies, 

T. Seaton, CB, 

H. P. Bum 

£. R. Mainwaring 

A. G. F. J.Younghusband 

J. Halkett Craigie, CB. 

W. Ridden 

T. T. Pears, CB. 

R. C. Moore, CB. 

D. F. Evans 

W. T. Whitlie, CB. 

A. Tucker, CB, 

George Balfour, CB. 

Henry Clayton 

Philip Harris 

F. R. Evans 
George Hutt, CB. 
Robert Henderson, CB. 
Joshua Talt, CB. 
Wm. Mayne 
George Hall Mac Gregor, 

CB, 
J. L. Taylor, Bengal Inf. 
W. B. Thomson, do. 
J. R. Pond, do. 

Patrick Hay, do. 
Henry Palmer, Bengal Inf. 
David Pott, do. 

G. H. Swinley, Bengal Art. 
F. B. Boileau, do. 
A. L. Campbell, Beng. Cav. 
M. £. Loftie, Bengal Inf. 
W. £. Baker, Bengal Eng. 
R. Waller, Bengal Art. 
Cha. O'Brien, Bengal Inf. 
W.8.Piilans, Bengal Art. 
T. L. Harrington, Ben. Cav. 
D. Seaton, Bengal Inf. 
W. F. Grant 
Tlios. Pasley Hay 
Wm. Rawlins 
Rich. Rodney Ricketts 
Cba. Jas. Green 
John Uptrap 
Geo. Wright 
John Byng 
Wm. Pitt Macdonald 
John Swanson 
Arch. Neil Maclean 
Gilbert Jas. Richardson 
Jos. Cosfleld 
Alfred Borradaile 
John Read Brown 
Geo. Munro Arthur 
Rob. Codringtoa 
Geo. Buzham Arbothnot 
Wm. Reece 
BeiU. Crispin 
David Carstairs 
Arth. Cole Spottiswoode 
J. Tho. Smith 
Jos. Graham 
Jas. Templeton Brott 



Chrifl. Simpson Maling 
Chas. Pooley 
Rob. Garrett 
Jas. Walker Bayley 
Cha. J. Lewes 
Wm. Beaumont 
John Cooper 
Wm. Carleston Ormsby 
Alez. Corse Scott 
Tho. John Nuthall 
J. Hen. Bowden Congdon 
S. Fraser Hannah 
T. G. £. Gammell Kenny 
Hen. Aug. Hornzby 
Rich. HaU 
Alez. Macleod 
Rich. Angelo 
Wllloughby Trevelyan 
John Back 
J. Skarden Ramsay 
Edwin Hen. Atkinson 
James Benwell 
Fred. Wm. Birch 
Robert M<Nair 
Geo. Sidney Wilkinson 
Hen. Bower 
Sam. Auchlnleck Grant 
David Archer 
Mich. John Rowlandson 
WUUam Hatpin 
Coghill Glendwr Ottley 
John Blazland 
John Hill 
Cha. Woodfall 
Francis Dudgeon 
Gus. Cowper Bochfort 
John Gordon 
Hubert Marshall 
John Wm. Hicks 
Hamlyn Lavioourt Harris 
John LiddeU 
Cha. Moray Madeane 
Wm. Scott Adams 
Rob. Nich. Faunce 
Henry Drummond 
Somerset James Grove 
John Grant 

E. Anstruther Farquharson 
Hon. H. Burrard Dalscll 
J. Chicheley Plowden 
Fred. Lewis Nicolay 
Alez. Rob. Rocs 
Edw. Darvall 
Wm. Hen. Atkinson 
Wm. Binfleld Wemyss 
James Pope 
Peter Abbott 
Rich. Drought 
Wm. Russell 
Donald Mackay Scobie 
John L. A. Simmons, R.Eng. 
14 July 54 Turkey 
Geo.Thomson,a2i. 4 Aug.54 
John Bruce, h.p. 56 F. 
86 Sept. 54 W.Australia 



Mojoreu 

Ernest, Baron de 
Schmiedcm, KB, 

20 Sept. Continefit 
8a. Sankey 10 Aug. 26 

Continent 
Cha.Irvine 21 Sept. do. 
Henry Light 26 do. 
G.Tito Brice ONor. 
B. Lutyens do. 
E.H.Garthwaitedo. 
Tho. Pipon 16 do. 
Robert Abbey do. 
P. D. Fellowes do. 
Ch. Hames 80 Nov. 
9J. Rainey 14 D. 
W. Phipps do. 
W.D.Spooner28do. 
Wm. Thomson, 28 Dec. 26 

Continent 
Wm . W. Swalne 80 do. do, 
Fra. B. Eliot do. do. 
JohnLaughten2Jttne Persia 
Ed. Pat. Lynch, do. do. 



do. 
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Oha. H. GhurchiU 17 Nov. 40 

p,a. 

•L.C.A. Meyer, 28 Nov. 41 
Cav. Dejwt at Maidstone. 

4 July 48. East Indies, 

W. B. G. Blenklns, CB, 

G. Thomson, CB. 2 Aug. 44 

Recruiting for the E. I. 

Co, at Cork, 

John Jacob, CB. 16 Jan. 47 

East Indies. 

Fred.ConyersGotton,M8dros 
Eng.l 1 Dec.47. Eastlndus 

Herbert Bei^amlnEdwardes, 
CH.Bengal Army, 12 Sept. 
48. Lahore territories. 

Wm. Henry Kenny, h. p. 
61 F. 28 March 49. 

Nen Zealand 

1 May 40. East Indus. 

W. M. Gabbctt, Madras Art. 

7 June 1840. East Ind. 
H. Stiles, 1 Bombay E. F. 
H. H. Lloyd, 72 Bengal N.I. 
J. Abbott, Bengal Art. 

A. Wheatley, 5 Bengal L.C. 
P. K. Duncan, Bengal Art. 
J. Lang, 86 Bengal N. I. 
J.J. Hamilton, 36 Beng.N.I. 
J. W. H. Jflmieson, 52 do. 
T. Moore, 8 Bengal L. C. 
C. Campbell, 48 Bengal N.l. 
E. H. Hart, 19 Bombay N.L 
P. H. Skinner, 9 do. 

E. P. Master, Bengal Art. 
R. A. Master, 7 Bengal L.C. 
J. Ramsay, 85 Bengal N. I. 

F. Lloyd, 10 do 

G. CauUey, 8 Bengal L.C. 
T. Tspp, 1 Bombay E. F. 
J. G. Glasftftird, Bengal Eng. 
W. P. Bobbins, 15 Benssl 

N.L 
R. R. Klnleside, Bengal Art. 
J. Clarke, 25 Bengal N. I. 
Geo. Biddulph, 45 do. 
H. M. Durand, Bengal Eng. 
Wm. Abercrombie, do. 
J. D. Macpherson, 28 Bengal 

E, G. Austin, Bengal Art 
M. Mackenzie, Bengal Art. 
J. R. Western, Bengal Kng. 
W. K. Warner. Bengal Art. 
G. P. Whish, 60 Bengal N. I. 
M. Dawes, Bengal Art. 
Charles Hogge, do. 
M. £.dlierwil;,12BengalE.B. 
T. W. Hicks, Bombay Art. 
J. F. Nembhard, 66 Bengal 

N. I. 
J. Abercrombie, Bengal Art. 
8. TumbuU, Bombay ArU 
J. Riimsay. I Bombay £. P. 
R. W. D. Leith, do. 
A.Cunnlngham, Bengal Eng. 

B. Wiggins, 58 Bengal N. 1. 
J. Nicholson, 27 Bengal N.I. 

7 June 1848. In ths 
Pfo^aub. 
E. J. Lake, Bengal Eng. 
R. G. Taylor, 1 1 Bengal L.C. 

C. Herbert, 18 Bengal N. I. 
14 June 1849. East Indies. 
Geo. Malcolm, 1 Bombav 

N.I. 
N. B. Chamberlain, 16 
Bengal N. 1. 

8 March 1850. East Indies,, 

Herbert BenJ.Edwardos, CB 
1 Bengal E. R. 

17 AprU 1850. East Indies. 

H. J. SUnnua* 5 Bengal.L.C 



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BfBgalC&v. 

tlng,\SM,Jia»tlndUt, 

W. C Campbell, 90 Bengal 

If.I. 
Onrici Cheapen CI do. 
W. E. M aleast«r, M do. 
0. Gavenaf h, 9S Ben. N. I. 

llAas.50. B. India. 

J. Roxbosh, 24 Sept. 50. 
Meeruithig for £. /. C». 

J. 8. Paton, 14 Bengal X. I. 
0P«b.51. Eatilndiu, 
C i. Beeher, 5 Ben. Car. 

lOOcLtfa. 

U Hot. 1851. Sku<Jn<fiM. 

B. fkiqnhar, 8 Bombay N.I. 
F. Kafvett, 84 Bengal N.I. 
V.W.Donlop, 50 Mad. N.I. 

C. Macleod, 42 Madras N. I. 
C. A. Slewart, 16 Bomb. N.I. 
6. S. Brairn, 97 Bomb. N.I. 
D.Bo«, 51 Bengal N.I. 

E. Da Pn Townahend, 9do. 
W.J.B.KnyTett, 88do. 
J.PoriMa.9MadnsE.L.I. 
C. P. Liaidet, 14 Madras N.I. 
0. Gordoo, 48 Madras N. I. 
W.H.Badd»Sldo. 
J. Alexander, 8 Madras Car. 
K.D. Barton, e Bengal Car. 
P. T. French, 98 Bomb. N. I. 
E. Skipper, 7 Bombay N. I. 
T. Dslydl, 42 Bmigal L.I. 
C Biidwood, S Bombay N.I. 
R. Chilly, 40 Bengal K. I. 
J. WUstler, 8 Madras Cav. 
W. S. Uenteash, 00 Ben. N.I. 
LShortrced, 9BomlNiy Eo. 

L.I. 
J. HQUand,98 Bombay N. I. 
& R. Bag«hawe,7Bengal N.I. 
G.Pope, 99 Bombay N.I. 
H. W. Bart, 48 Bengal N. I. 
T.G.FAaer, 29 Bombay N.l. 
C. Boolion, Bengal InvsUds 
W.Anderson, SO do. 
C. Yates 48 Mad. N.I. 
J.W. Biekarda,21 do. 
J.Sl Da Temet, 9 Madras 

Ear.L.1. 
S. A. Lyons, 84 Bengal N. I. 
G. C. T. StocUey , 7 Bombay 

H. Tcteb, 54 Bengal N. I. 
U. S. Waters, 8 Madras Car. 
C Btselejr, 51 Bengal N. I. 
J. R. Hampton, 50 do. 
J. H. Wakefield, 8 do. E.R. 
H.Kirke, 19 do. 
B. Prilebard, 8 Madras N. I. 
H. 0. Ifailland, 72 Bengal 

K.I. 
8. H. Partridge, 18 Bombay 

A. De BvUt, Madras Eng. 

F.GaitskclI, Bengal Art. 

S. Landon, 18 Bombay N. I. 

A. Park. 99 Bengal N. I. 

K.Toang, 50 Bengal N.I. 

A. R. J. awlaton, 89 do. 

J. PovelV 98 do. 

T. P. Blois, II do. 

i. Uaal, 99 Bengal N. I. 

J.Palton.5do. 

A. 0. Yon«, 48 Madras N. I. 

H. J. HcOeorge, 7 Ben. N.I. 

J. WSeox, 4 do. 

H. W. Matthews, 48 Bengal 

LI. 
I>.Gfabam,S8 Bombay N. I. 
B 8. Sanivan, 4 Madras Car. 
I'MMaby Shaw, 84 Madras 

H.B.Btogg, 7 Madras Cav. 



C. Prior, 64 Bengal N.I. 
W. W. Apperley, 4 Bengal 

N. CaT. 
W. Contis, 16 Madras N. I. 

B. Yibart, 9 Bengal Car. 

C. Cooper, 28 Bengal N. I. 
J.H.BIanchard, 88 do. 
John Bates, 40 Mad. N. I. 
B. V. P. HoUoway, 49 do. 
Stuart Bayly, 96 do. 

F. Burgoyne, Madras Art. 

G. W. Y. Simpson, do. 
G.W.Hamilton, 84 Ben. N.I. 
J. DeW. C.J. Molr, 98do. 
W. C. Bircb, 5 do. 

A. Barker, 1 Mad. Pus. 
J.J.Losh,0Madra« N.I. 
H. S. Waikin, 15 Bom. N. I. 
T. Larie, Madras Art. 

T. MHSonn, 6 Madras N. I. 
W. JerTls, 3 Bengal B. R. 

E. Baker, 89 Madras N. I. 

B. A. Guer!n,9 Bom. E. L. I. 

B. Sunderland, Ben. InTBl. 
G. Briggs, Madras Art. 

J. Maitland, do. 
M. Watts, do. 
A.J.Begbie, Mad.yets. 
R. Ramsay, 10 Bengal N. I. 

F. W. Bnrronghs, 17 do. 

C. Apthorp, 41 do. 

J. Graham, 8 Bengal E.R. 

G. Tlmins, 84 Ben. N. I. 

S. Parr, 98 Bombay N. L. I. 
U. A. Shuokborgh, 40 Ben. 

N.I. 
W. H. Nfeholetts,98 do. 
H. D. Sheppard, 10 Madras 

F. C. Maisden, 99 Ben. N. I 
A. C. l>eTrar,87 Bengal N.I. 
C. Brown, 18 do. 
J. W. Coates, 6 Mad. N. I, 
T. M. E. Moorhouae, 85 

Ben. N. I. 
J. F. Porter, 1 Mad. CaT. 
T. T. Christie, 17 Bom. N.I. 
A. A. Drummond, 11 do. 
B.C. Morse, 8 do. 
H. Green, IB Madras N. I. 
R. GiU, 44 do. 
W. a Onslow, 44 do. 
De Bensle I. Brett, 81 do. 
3. 0. Briggs, 81 do. 
G.Forster, 40do. 

C. W. Hodson, 16 do. 
W.H. Rickards, 14 Ben. N.I. 
a J. Ridiardson, 57 do. 

J. K.Phibbs,41do. 

F. A. Williamson, 68 do. 

D. Nisbett, Bengal InTalids. 
J. Holmes, 12 Bombay N. I. 
H. Marsh, 8 Bengal Cav. 
W. J. Morris, 9 Bom. N. I. 
A.P.Macpherson, 43 Ben.L.I. 
J. M. Drake, 46 Ben. N. I. 
W. C. Stather, 1 Bom. Gren. 

N.I. 
G.P. Thomas, 8 Ben. E. R. 

E. P. Bryant, 68 Ben. N. I. 

D. Wllkie, 4 do. 

A. H. Duncan, 3 Ben. E. R. 

G. F. a Fitxgerald, Ben. Art. 
W. P. Meares, 49 Ben. L. I. 
C. Seton Guthrie, Ben. En. 
C. P. Wilder, 6 Mad. Cav. 
W.K.Babington,17Mad.N.I. 
G. Larkins, Bengal Art. 

G. Murray, 8 Ben. Cut. 

G. A.Tulloeh, 83 Mad. N. I. 

T. Quln, 4 Ben. Cav. 

R. B. W. Ellis, 98 Ben. N. 1 . 

L. P. D. Eld, 9 do. 

J. R. Arrow, 15 Mad. N. I. 

a Pattenson, 4 Ben. N. I. 

E. Lawford, Madras En. 
W. Kirkroan Loyd, do. 

T. Martin, 20 Bengal N. I. 
J. H. Kennedy, 47 Mad. N.I. 
E. Marriott, 57 Bengal N.l. 
R. G. Taylor, 9 Ben. Cav. 
18 Dec. 



1859. 
E. Kayne, Bengal Art. 

2 Jan. East Indies. 

S. A. Abbott, 51 Bengal N.I. 

96 March do. 

E. S. daremont, 14 Ap. 54 

Part. Serv. 

C. T. Chamberlalne,28 Ben. 

N.I. 2Mhj,EaitInd. 

4 March 1658. Ea$t Ind. 
C. v. Cox, Bengal Art. 
Alex. Robertson, do. 
Peter Christie, do. 
Henry Alan Olpperts, do. 

1 7 June 58. Ionian Itland*. 
Constantino Read, h. p. 
Staff Corps. 

9 May 1858. Eatt Ind. 
J. G.HoImes,59 Bengal N.I. 

Dec. 1858. East Ind. 

W. A. J. Mayhew, 8 Bengal 

N.I. 
S. O. C. Raynaud, 1 Madras 

Fus. 
Grant Allan, 8 Madras N. I. 
Alex. R. Dallas, 1 do. 
W. F. Nuthall,18Ben.N.I. 
Albert Fjtcbe, 70 do. 

6 Feb. 54. East Indies, 
H. B. Lumsdon, 50 Bengal 
N. Inr. 

90 June 54. EaHlndUs. 
G. G. McDonnell, Mad. Inf. 
W. R. Strange, Madras Cav. 
H. W.Wood, Madras Inf. 
C. Mackensie, do. 

R. Tteylor, Madras Cavalry 
J. Grimes, Madras Infantry 

F. B. Lys, do. 
W. B. M*Cal]y, do. 

C. T. HIU, do. 

G. R. Edwards, Mad. Cav. 
H. A. Tliompson, Mad. Inf. 
J. Stewart, do. 
Henry Nott, do. 
W. H. Welch, do. 
Charles Gordon, Mad. Inf. 
T. P. Walsh, do. 

G. B. B. Orottbe, Mad. Cav. 
A. B. Kerr, Madras Inf. 

F. Knyvett, do. 
J. E. Hughes, do. 
J. Macdougall, do. 
J. W. G. Kenuy, do. 
J.Campbell, do. 
T. Longdon Place, do. 
J. A. Church, do. 

D. Hodson, do. 
O. Carr, do. 
H. Y. Pope, do. 

G. W. Stokes, Bengal Inf. 
Wm. Lamb, do. 
George Cecil, do. 

E. F. Smith, do. 

J. S. G. Ryley, Bengal Cav 
C.G. G. Munro, Bombay Inf. 
Wm. B. Salmon, do. 
J. B. Ramsay, do. 

P. Sfaortreed, Bengal Inf. 
John Batler, do. 

T. Eyre, Bombay Cavalry 
H. Mackensie, Bengal Inf. 
Arch. Balderson, do. 
Wm. Edwards, do. 
George Gordon, do. 
Fred. Raleigh, do. 

C. Wollaston, Bengal Cav. 
Wm. Lydlard, Bengal Inf. 
G. B. Reddle, do. 

Wm. Lindsay, do. 

Geo. W.Williams, do. 
A. Thomas, Bombay Inf. 
J. K. Spence, Bengal Inf. 
J. Gordon, Bengal Cav. 
F.Wettbrooke, Bombay Inf. 



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W. F. Curtis, Bombay Car. 
G. M. Hill, Bengal Icf. 
G. Scott, Bengal Cav. 

E. Briee, Madras Artillery 
J. H. Bell, Madras Eng. 
W. I. Birdwood, do. 

G. Rowlandson, Madras Art. 
J. H. Mayow, Bengal Inf. 
J. C. Scott, do. 

T. P. B. Beauon, Bengal Car. 
W. H. Lomer, Bengal Inf. 
Henry S. Grimes, do. 
Ch. Henry Burt, do. 
Joseph C. Salkeld, do. 
John Bontein, do. 

Fred. Maitland, do. 
J. L. Stephenson, Mad. Inf. 
J. Barrett, Bengal Inf. 
R. J. Kempt, Bf adras Inf. 
J. Anderson, Bombay Inf. 
L. MacQueen, Madras Cav. 
R. S. Ewart, Bengal Inf. 
W. Hore, do. 

O. E. Herbert, Bengal Cav. 
T. Stock, Bombay Inf. 
W. A. Orr, Madras Art. 
J. E. Mawdsley, Madras Art. 
H. A. Lake, Atadras Eng. 
J. C. Bate, Bombay Inf. 
Edwin Andrews, do. 
J. Sleeman, Bengal Inf. 
Aug. Russell, Madras Inf. 
M.T. Blake, Bengal Inf. 
Fra. S. Peterson, do. 
W. y . Gunthorpe, Mad. Inf. 
Geo. Tho. Haly, do. 
Henry J. Nicholls, do. 
Arthur Salmon, do. 
G. R. Siddotts, Bengal Cav. 
R. Mackensie, Bengal Inf. 
8. C. Macpherson, do. 
E.B.Lynch, jrX8.,Bomb.In t 
John W. Renny, do. 
Cha. Robert Hogg, do. 
S. W. Hennah, Madras Car. 

F. G. J. Lsscelles, do. 
Geo. Haines, Madras Inf. 
Peter £. L. Rickards, do. 
Fra. Henry Sanson, do. 
R. Morrieson, Benpil Inf. 
J. Smith, Madras Inf. 

T. R. Stenart, Bom. Inf. 
Alex. M. Haselwood, do. 
Edward Baynes, do. 
C. J. Cooke, Madras Art. 
H. Lindesay, Bengal Cav. 
W. H. Godfrey, Bombay Inf. 

G. O'B. Ottlf y, Bengal Inf. 

C. Y. Basett, Bengal Cov. 
W. E. Warden, Bengal Inf. 
H. T. Hiilyard, Madras Inf. 
J. A. S. Coxwell, do. 

D. Gaussen, Bengal Inf. 
Tho. Brodie, do. 

J. J. F. Cruickshank, Bomb. 
Eng. 
P. B. Young, Madras Inf. 
C. R. Browne, Bengal Inf. 
J. R. Oldfleld, Bengal Inf. 
J.Anderson, do. 

H. Forster, Bombay Art. 
John M. Giasse, do. 
G. S. Cotter, Madras Art. 
R.C.WormaId, Bombay Art. 
Wm. Baker, Bengal Cav. 
R. S. Dobbs, Madras Inf. 
H.C.Rawlinson,CjB., KL8.^ 
Bombay Inf* 
Wm. Brown, Bom. Inf. 
J. Brind, Bengal Art. 
G. E. Hollings, Bengal Inf. 
J. Campbell, Madras Inf. 
T. R. Morse, Bombay Inf. 
Z.MudgeMallock,BengalArt. 
T. H. Sissroorc, do. 
W. Borthwick, Madras Inf. 
J. Estrldge, Bombay Eng. 
R. Troup, Bengal Inf. 
Tho. Jame«, do. 

F.C. Burnett, Bengal Art. 
A. Strange, Madras Cav. 
F. C. Hawkins, Madras Inf. 



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John Cok«» Bengal Inf. 
Henry B076, Bombfty Inf. 

A. 8. Wangfa, Bengal Eng. 
G. M. Oumm, Madras Art. 

B. W. Black, do. 
Wm. K. Wortter, do. 
Hugh H. Bell, do. 
E.L.0mmanDe7,Benga]Eng. 
H. Gongrere, Madras Art 
O. O. Channer, Bengal Art 
Jas. H. CampbaU, do. 
Arthur Broome, Ben. Art 
T. Smf the, Madras Eng. 
W. J. Church, Madras Inf. 

C. O. Walsh, Bengal Inf. 
R. Wallace, Bombay Inf. 
Henry C. Jones, do. 
R. Hamilton, Madras Inf. 
R. J. Shaw, Bombay Inf. 
H. Rolland, do. 
W.0.P.Jenkin8, Madras Inf. 
T. Simpson, Bengal Inf. 

C. Burton, Madras Inf. 
R. Mathison, Bengal Inf. 
Win. Richardson, do. 
Henry M. Nation, do. 
CJ.Elphlnvton, Madras Inf. 
O. A. H. Faleonar, do. 
H. J. Brockman, do. 
Cha. R. Hobart, do. 
H. L. Cooper, Bengal Art. 
O. R. Abbott, Bengal Inf. 
John Hennessey, Bengal Inf. 
C. G. Pagan, Bengal Car. 
H. W. Preedy, Bomb^ Inf. 
Keith Jopp, do. 

H. E. O. Jones, do. 
Fra. Cha. Wells, do. 
Henry W. Evans, do. 
James Jackson, Madras Inf. 
F. J.Harriott, Bengal Car. 
. W. y. Hltfoid, do. 



Officers with Local Rank. 



James Hunter» Bengal Inf. 
J. 8. Knox, do. 

W. P. Hampton, do. 
W. O. Woods, Madras Car. 
J« W. Farran, Madras Inf. 
Robert Trarers, Bombay Inf. 
W.W. Davidson, Bengal Inf 
Robert Munro, do. 
Charles Hagart, do. 
James Henr)' Tapp, Madras 

Inf* 
J. D. Leokle, Bombay Inf. 
W. Blfisett, Madras Inf. 
J. T. Bush, Bengal Inf. 
James Ghrant, do. 

Walter C. Enkine, do. 
J. 8. Freshfleld, Madras Cav. 
Oha. R.Whitelock, Bombay 

Inf. 
R. S. Simpson, Bengal Inf. 
W.G. Hebbert, Bombay Eng 
J. Macdonald, Bengal Inf. 
Johnson Phillott, do. 
Robert Spencer, Ben. Inf. 
Qeoige Pott, do. 

Joseph Towgood, do. 
J. Patrickson, Madras Art. 
Robert Steward, Ben. Inf. 
A. C. Pears, Madras Art 
R. E. Knatchbull, Ben. do. 
R. H. Baldwin, do. 
John Laughton, do. Eng. 
James C. Innes, Ben. Inf. 
Edw. Samuel Capel, do. 
W. B. Legard, do. 

Fred. A. Close, do. 

H. R.C. King, Madras Cav. 
Sampson Gompertz, do. Inf. 
W. W. Daridson, Ben. Inf. 
George Jackson, do Car. 
W. F. Cormack,Bomb. Inf. 
A. P. Phayre, Bang. Inf* 



G.W.O. Bristow, Beng. Inf. 
Charles Eneas Burton, do. 
J. H. G. Crawford, Bomb. 
Eng. 
W. J. Wilson, Madras Inf. 
J. E. Vemer, Bengal Inf. 
R. J. Hawthorne, do. Car. 
Robarto W. Elton, do. Inf. 
Rich. Hunter, Madras Car. 
Bernard Cary, Bengal Inf. 
R. W. CGrady, Mad. Inf. 
Henry Lawford, Mad. Art. 
T. E. Colebrooke, Ben. Inf. 
E. W. 8. Scott, Bengal Art. 
Ralph Smyth, do. 
Vincent Eyres, do. 
J. B. Woosnam, Bom. Art. 
J. A. Weller, Bengal Eng. 
John Nixon Shsrp, do. 
Richard Crewe, Mad. Inf. 
John W. Bennett, Ben. Inf. 
W. F. Hay, E. I. Depot at 

Warley. 
Walter C. Grant, 1 Aug. 

Turkey, 

1 Aug. 54. Ea$t Jndiei. 
H. Tombs, Bengal Art. 

SAng. 64. Eatt Indies. 

A. G. Goodwyn, Ben. Eng. 

John Harley Maxwell, do. 

Wm. Kendall, Bom. Eng. 
15 Dec. 54, tokiU em- 
ployed on a special ser- 
vice in 7\trkey. 

Wm. Olpherts, Beng. Art. 

a Feb. 54. East Indies. 
H. B. Lumsden, 69 Ban. N.I. 



Offieam of the late 

St. Helena Be^^ 

Who hare local rank at 
St. Helena and Eastward 
of thaCape of Good Hope. 

Brigadier'Qentral. 
Charles Dallas ..UFeb.SS 

lAeHt^^CoUnUl. 
C. R. G. Hodson 19 Aug. 10 

Captains* 

T. M. Hunter. . . .91 Apr. IS 
G A. DenTaaflfl9 99 Apr. 93 
A. A. Younge. . . . S May SO 
W. O. Kennedy.. 96 Jan. 39 
W. K. Doreton ..97 Jan. 98 
W.Mason 1 Oct.8S 

lAeutenants, 

G. W. Mellis 14 Apr. 96 

M.J. Johnson ..90 Aug. 2fl 
S. F.Armstrong 91 May 97 
W.P. Sampson.. 19 Sep. 97 
C.8.T. Bond .. 9 Apr. 99 
J. R. C.Mason.. 1 Apr. 91 
T.B.Knipa ....96 Not. SI 

T. S. Reed 9 Aug. 99 

J. B. Alexander 91 Jan. 93 

Bntigns, 

P. N.Greene.... 17 Sep. 90 
H.Marriott ....17 Sep. 99 
G.S. Chadwick..90 Dec. »3 
CPritchard ....90 Dec. 39 
P.M. Baker ....16 Mar. 33 



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YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. 

Her Majesty's Body Guard, 
(INSTITirTED BY HBNRY Vn., IN THE YEAR t4S5.) 



Ca]9/am.— J. R. Vise. Sydney, 30 Dec. 1862. 

lAeutemmi.—Sir George Philip Lee. 

Enstgn.—9 Sir George Houlton,* Cop/, h.p. 43rd Foot. 

Oerk tftke C^keqne and Atffutant.'-Jf Wi JolaxVitzUwiice* K.H., Coianel h.p. Unatt 

EjFons, 
9 9iA Sir John Kincaid,' late a Captain in the Rifle Brigade, 
Richard Phibbs/Za/e a Captain in the ASthfbot, j* Afqj- 4M jR, Lancashire Militia 
Thomas Parker Rickford, late a Captain in the 28rd Fusiliers, 
John Wardlaw/ late a Lieut, in the Bengal Army. 
140 Yeomen. 

1 Sir Qeotge Honlton lerred In the Penlmnla with the IBrd Light Infkotry, through the whole of the retreat 
to Conaam. onder Sir John Moore In 1808. Served alto in the Waleberen expedition In 1800. Sabeeqnently in 
the I^ntaunln, including the retreat to the Linee of Torree Vedras in 1810, panult of Manena, actione of Pombal, 
Bedittte, Caeal Nora, Miranda de Corro, Fos d'Aroaee, Sabngal, Castrrion, San ChristOTal, San Munot, and San 
Milan ; ikatllce of Paentet d'Onor» Salamanca, YIttoria(iererely wounded), Pyrenees, Kirelle, NIye(9th, 10th, 11th, 
12th, and ISth Bee. 181S), and Toulouse ; siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrlgo, and taking of the outwork of that 
place. Fort Reynard ; aad siege and storming of Bad^oz. Hu receiyed the Sllrer War Medal with ten Clasps. 
ScTfed im the storming of the Lines of New Orleans, and afterwards with the Army of Occupation in France. 

a Cotond FitaManriee Joined the Rile Brigade in the Peninsula as a volunteer, in 1811, and served to the 
cad of the war, including the a Air at the Mill at Freixadas, action of Sahugal, battle of Fuentes d*Onor, sieges 
and asaanlts of Ciudad Rodrlgo and Badi^os, action at San Milan, and battle of Tittoria— skirmishing in advance, 
he therewith two Riflemen, tookthe^rst gun captured that day, and secured seven prisoners; pursued the enemy 
to Pampelnw, nnder the walls of which their hut gun was taken ; battles of the Pyrenees, carrying the heights of 
Echalar, and the fortified pass of Bera ; defended an orchard in f^ont of Arcangues for a whole day with one sub- 
AvisMm ; battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, together with those near Bayonne on the 10th, 11th and 18th Dec, 
181S ; the brilliant action with SouU's rear-guard at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous minor 
sftirs. He served also the campaign of ]81fi, led the advanced guard at the battle of Quatre Bras, where he had 
the honor of firing the first shot. Leg broken at tiie storming of Bad^Joz, and severely wounded in the thigh at 
Qoatre Bras. Reeeived the Hanoverian Order, the Waterloo Medal, and the Silver War Medal with eightClasps. 

8 Sir John Kincaid Joined the Rifle Brigade in 1800, and retired flrom it as a Captain in 1831. He served on the 
Wakheren expedition in 1800; and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the retreat to the lines of Torres 
Tedraa in 1810, occupation of them, pursuit of Massena, actions at Santarero, Pombal, Redinha, Casal Nova, Fos 
i'Arooee (wounded), and Sabngal, battle of Fuentesd'Onor, actions near Fuente Ouinaldo and Aldeade Poute, siege 
aad fftomlag of Ciudad Bodrigo,— was one of the leaders of the storming party of the light division ; siege and storm- 
ing of Hadnjoa, actions on the heights of San Christoval and at Castrc|)on, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, 
fecreat from Salamanca, la which he was acting Brigade->MiJor to the 1st Brigade of the light division ; actions at San 
Manoa and San Milan, battle of Ylttoria, and three days' severe skirmishing in following the enemy to Pampeluna, 
wttkli ended In the capture of their last gun by the Rifie Brigade: battles of the Pyrenees, storming ihe heights 
of Ecfanlar, storming the fortlfled heights of Bera, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, together with those near 
Bayonne on the 9Ui, lOlh, 11th, 12th, and 18th Dec. 1813; action at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides nume- 
rous minor affUrt. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Quatre Bras, the retreat on 
the followlBg day, battle of Waterloo, and capture of Paris : at Waterloo liis horse wu wounded in five places and 
killed under him. Be hat roeelved the Silver War Medal with nine Clasps. 

4 Captain Pfaibhs served five years with the 48th Regt. in India, including the campaign against the R%)ah of 
Coorg, In April 1834. 

6 OaptnlB Wardlaw served during the Sutl^ campaign of I84M0; was present at the battles of Moodkee and 
Ferosaihnh (wounded), and has received a Medal and Clasp. 



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THE HONOURABLE CORPS OF GENTLEMEN-AT-ARMS, 

The Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Public and State oceasiom. 

(BSTABLISHED IN THE TEAR 1509.) 

Captain. I Lieutenant, 

T. H. Lard Foley, 80 Dec. 1862. | William Topham p 18 Mar. 63 

Standard Bearer, — David James Harmar, p 31 Jan. 48. 
Oentlemen'Ot'ArrMn 



Wm.Domyile r/aftf Capt.2nd F.) p 6 Apr. 63 

FrancisJohn Helyar P26 Apr. 62* 

Thomas Robert M'Coy' p 6 May 62 

{late CapU e&th Regt,) 

Richard George Grange p June 62 

{Captain, late of Bengal Army,) 
S. Hobson? {late Copt. lOth F). p 6 Jan. 63 

Dancombe Pyrke p12 Mar. 63 

William Julius Marshall p 28 May 63 

Geo.WatkinRice(to^eCfl!p^.2dF.)P220ct. 63 

Henry Robertson P29 Dec. 63 

Philip Salomons p 6 Mar. 64 

Wm. Handcock Middleton .. ..p 6 May 64 
Charles James Lindam p 10 May 64 

{late Lieut, lOth F,) 
Henry Paget White P30 May 64 

{kUe Captain Madras Army,) 

William Walter Cargill p 1 June 64 

Robert Grange p 3 Aug. 64 

{late Capt, Bengal Army,) 

Geo. Bridge, (Capt, h.p,) 1 Not. 64 

John Alez. Hunter p 1 Not. 64 

U. Weller Ladbroke Clarke . . ..p 1 Not. 64 
Henry Aug. Jack8on(Cap^ h,p.) 12 Not. 64 



John Banks p 6Sept.30 

George Winchester PdOJan. 38 

.Ssculapius Field p 4 Mar. 38 

John Lewis Lamotte p20 Oct. 41 

llJohn BIakiston> 8Dcc.43 

{LateBre9.'Mt0or) 

ilJohn Henry Cooke* 2 Oct 44 

{Brevet-'Mqfor, h,p. Unattached,) 
Wm. Henry Brabazon Conner . .p 14 Not. 44 

Richard Edward DaTies p 16 Mar. 47 

9 S» P. Percy Nevill» p 1 Apr. 47 

{late Me^or 6Srd Bggt, and Brevet Lie%tt,'ColaneL) 

Francis Vanderlure Mills p 16 Not. 48 

Edward Goodwin P22 June 49 

Stapleton Chai'Ies Cotton p 16 Oct. 49 

Charlds Tyler Pl2Feb. 60 

Edward Hay ward P30Apr. 60 

Henry Shephard Smyth p 84 Aug. 60 

Thomas Howard p20 Not. 6^) 

James Fielder Peto p 20 Nov. 60 

Adolphns Geo. Finch Cotton . .P21 Jan. 61 

Charles James Cox p25 Feb. 61 

Markhind Barnard P 14 May 61 

Edward Sutherland (Capt, h. p.) 26 Feb. 62 

Ae^utant.—Jose^h Skipp Lloyd, p 6 May 62. 

ifarMTi^er.— Samuel Wilson, p 24 Feb. 31. 

Sub'0Jfieert,^9 «» Lt.-Col. NctIII, 18 May 48. 
9 Major Cooke, 24 June 48. 
Scarlet — Facing Blue. Agents— 'HieBBn. Cox and Co. 

1 MiOorBlaklstoii luTiug passed tbroagh theBojal MUitsrj Academy at Woolwich in 1608, he proceeded 
to India as a Cadet in the East India Company's Service, and was appointed to the Corps of Engineers on 
the Madras Establishment, being then on half-pay as a Lieutenant in H.M. Berriee. In 1808 he served in 
the campaign against the If ahrattas, and was engaged in the battles of Asaaye and Argaum, and at the 
sieges and assaulU of Ahmednuggur and Qawilghiir. At the suppression of the mutiny at Yellore in 1805 
he directed the guns by which the gate was blown open. In 1810 he acted as Chief Engineer at the capture 
of the Island of Bourbon. Having been employed in reconnoitring the coast of the Isle of France previoaa . 
to the arrival of the expedition, he was instrumental in discovering the spot where the descent was made; 
and, having been appointed to the charge of the Guides, he led the advance of the Army until the sorren- 
der of that Island. For his services on the above oocaaion he was nominated Extra Aidenle-Camp to tho 
Commander-in-Chief, Sir Samuel Auchmuty, on the expedition to Java in 1811 ; and having been sent in 
advance with the Chief Engineer to fix on the point of landing, he was engaged in a serious affair on tho 
coast In the boats of H. M. ships Barraeouta and Leda, On the landing of the Army he was engaged in 
the aflUrsof Wellevriedfloi and Samarang, and at the siege and assault of the fortified position of Cornelia, 
In 1819, having attained the rank of Captain in the corps of Madras Engineers, he returned on furlough 
to England. Shortly afterwards, having been placed on ftill pay in H. M. 67th RegL, he was appointed to 

a company in the 17th Portuguese Begt., with which he seivcd in tiie Light Division of the Peninsular 
Army until the conclusion of the war ; having been present at the battles of Vittoria,Nivene,Nive,Orthea, 
and Toulouse, and in all the afhirs in which the Light Division was engaged. At the siege of San 
Sebastian he volunteered as an Engineer, and while so engaged was severely wounded. For his services on 
tliis occasion he was promoted to a company in the S7th Regt.; in 1816 was placed on half-pay; and on 
the SSrd June 1843 he was brought on full pay of thefilst Regt., and retired by the sale of his eommisaions. 
He hoe received the War Medal with six Clasps ; also the Indian War Medal. 

2 M^Jor Cooke served with the 4Srd at Walcheren, in 1809. In June 1811 he joined the Light Dividoa 
in tlie Peninsula^ and was present at the siege and storming of Cludad Rodrigo, and of Bad^Jox (wounded 
at tlie assault), -actions of Castrcjon and San Christoval, battle of Salamanca, actions of San Munox and 
3.m Milan, battle of VittoriaC wounded), actions in the Pyrenees, siege of San Sebastian, the attack on the 
helshtt of Vera, battie of the Nivelle, batUes of the Nlve on the 9Ui, 10th, lltfa, 18th, and 18th Dec.. 
actions at Tarbes and Areangues, battle of Toulouse, besides various aflkirs of less Importance. On the 
8th Jan. 1815, he was present at the attack on the American Lines before New Orleans. He served after- 
wards wilh the Army during the Occupation In France. He has received the War Medal with eight Clasps. 

3 Lt.-Colonol Nevill served in the Peninsula with the 9nd Battalion of the SOth, f^om July 1810 to May 
Id IS; hIso the campaign of 18U In Holland, and that of 1815 in the Netherlands: he was present at the 
defence of Cadis, occupation of the lines of Torres Yedras, various minor actions when in pursuit of 
Massira, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, Siege of Cludad RodrigOi siege and storm of Bad^fos (severely 
wounded in the head and leg when leading the ladder party in the Escalade of the St. Vincent Bastion), 
battle cf Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos (severely wounded through the left shoulder in 
the storm of the first line of the castle, 4th Oct 1812), bombardment of Antwerp, assault on 6ergen-op- 
Zoom, I attlo of Waterloo, and capture of Paris : throughout aU the above mentioned sieges he acted at 
an A8fci»tant Engineer. In 1817-18 and 19 he served in the Mahratta war. firom the battle of Miahidpore 
(09 a voiunteer) to the siege of Asseerghur ; and in 1820 he was attached to the NIsam's Troops at tho 
capture of a Predatory Force. After serving 98 years in India with the SOth and 18th Dragoons, and 
:20th and 63rd Regts., his health failed when in command of the left wing of the 6Srd, in a very un- 
healtiiy climate. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps ; also the Indhi War Medal. 

e 5 Captain M*Coy was present at the operations against the rebel natives of the Southern district of New 
Zealand, in the Horoklwi Valley, including the skirmish on the 6th Aug. 1846. Also present la the 
acUoneat Wanganul on the 10th July 1847. 
7 Captoln Hobson served with tbs 10th Foot in ths Sotl«I Campaign In 1840| sod wai pnMat at the 
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9 W General ViscouaU Hardinge, OCfi. Colonel of the 57th Regiment. 

MUitary Secretary* 
9 981 Mi^or-Qeneral Charles Yorke. 

Aideenie'Camp. 

Colonel Lord Charles Wellesley, Half-pay Unattached. 
Colonel A. A. T. Canynghame, h. p. 51st Foot. 
Major The Duke <sf Beaufort, Half-pay Unattached. 
Colonel R. B. Wood, CB. h. p. 97th Foot (Bxtra), 

Adjutant-Qbnbral. 
Hajor-General George Augnstus Wetherall, CB. KH., Colonel of the 84th Regt. 

Deputy Atfjutant'OeneraL 
9 SSI Hajor-General James Simpson. 

Asiittani Adjutant e^GeneraU 
Colonel Robert Blucher Wood, CB., h. p. 07th Foot. 
IJeat.-Colonel James Kennard Pipon, h. p. 68th Foot. 

Deputy Aisutant Ac^utant^Oenerat* 
Miyor Arthur John Pack, 7th Fusiliers. 

Inspecting Field Officer, and Superintendent of the Reeruiiing Department. 
Colonel Thomas Edwin Kelly. 

Quartbb-Mastbr Gbnbral. 
9 Miyor-General James Freeth, KH. 

Aitfstant Quarter^Maeters General, 

Colonel John F. Sales Clarke, Unattached. 

9 m Colonel John Enoch, Half-pay Unattached. 



AIDES-DE^AHPTOTHB QUEEN. 



T. Wood, Royal East Middlesex HiUtla. 

- John Le Ooateur, Jersey Militia. 

- BniesKJforltf^MoantEdgeumbe,Dalceof 

Coniwairs Rangers. 

- Thoe. Earl do Orey, Yorlc Hussar Yeo- 

manry Caralry. 

- Edw. Baker, R. Wilts Yeomanry Caralry 

- Cba. J}. «/ Richmond, K^G. Sussex Mil. 
-Thomas Dyneley, CB, R. Artillery. 

- James Prianlx, Guernsey Militia. 

- J[f«r^i«o/ Donegal, Antrim Militia. 

- Poster Sullur, CB., Bombay Infantry. 

- Christopher Godby, CB., Bengal Inf. 

» Niehoias Penny, CB., Bengal Infantry. 



Colonel John B. Goagh, CB,, h. p. 3 Drs. 

Patrick Grant, CB., Bengal Inflmtry. 

C Thomas Wearing, R. Marines 

Lord Dyneror, R. Carmarthen Militia. 

Henry Vaughan Brooke, CB, 88 F. 

George Thomas ConoUy Napier, Unait, 

IP aSI John Bloomfleld, R. Artillery. 

Edward Lugard, CB. 89 F. 

-— ^-— Thomas Foster, R. Engineers. 

Henry Tod Tucker, CB, Bengal Inf. 

9 Fortescue Graham, R. Mailnes. 

Bonorary Aide-de-camp, 
Colonel Sir Hen. Montgomery Lawrence, KCB, 
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« PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 
CoUmel, 
II Stapleton, Vueaunt Combermerey* GCB. GCH. 2nd Lieut, 26 Feb. 1790; 
Lieut. 16 March, 91; Capt, 28 Feb. 03; Mqjor, March, 04; Lieut.'Col, 
March, 04; Col. 1 Jan. 1800; Mqfar-Gen. 90 Oct. 06; Lieut.^Gen. 1 Jan. 
12; Qen. 27 May, 26. Col. Ist Life-GuaniB, 16 Sept 29. 
Lieut.'CoUmel and Colonel. 
Richard Parker, Comet, p 2 Aug. 22; Lieut. p31 July 26; Capt. PdO June 88 1 
Brevet-Mq^or, 28 Nov. 41 ; Meffor §• Lt.-Col. 9 Nov. 46: CoZ. 20 June 64 ; 
Lt.'Col j- Col. 20 June 64. 

Mqfor and Lieut.-Colonel. 
Lord Francis Arthur Gordon, Cornet p 2 Aug. 29 ; Lieut. 18 June 84 ; Capt. 
PI Dec. 87 ; BreveUMqjor, 11 Not. 61 ; Mqjor j* Lt.-Col. 20 June 54. 



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Henry Dorrien Streatfeild 
James Macnaghten Hogg 
George Fucoun^ Dnpplin 
Hon. D.C. Fitz-G. De Ros 

Arthur Walsh, $ 

Theophilus John Leyett. 
G . H. j!bw«/Moun tCharles 
Henry, Vise. Elmley .... 

LlBUTBA'ANTS. 

St.Geo.Fra. R. Caulfle1d,t 
Richard Bateson.... 
Henry Wyndham . . 
Francis George Hare 
Walter de Winton . . 
Algernon William Peyton 
Arthur Henry Davenport 
Fred. Dorrien Magens . . 

CORVBTS AND SUB- 
LlBUTBNANTS. 

William Hessey, R.M. . . 
James Keith Praser .... 
William George Craven. . 
Robert W. Groevenor . . 

John Llmbert, Ac^ 

A.B.H.G.FtfcGreyde ) 

Wilton J 

Lord Charles Brace . . . 
Hon. Cecil Duncombe . . 
M. W. Viect. Powerscourt 



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P 7 July 48 
P 6 0ct 43 
P29 Mar. 44 
P 7 Feb. 46 
P 28 April 47 
P 18 Aug. 47 
P81 Dec. 44 
P 6 May 48 

P 10 Nov. 48 
P 16 Mar. 49 
P27 April 49 
P 16 Mar. 60 
P 17 June 61 
P 19 Aug. 61 
p 12 Dec. 61 
P 13 Feb. 62 



13 Dec. 60 
P 16 April 62 
P 11 June 62 
P 6 Aug. 63 

7 July 64 

4 Aug. 64 

P18 Aug. 64 

8 Nov. 64 
IDec. 64 



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P 4 June 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 
9 Apr. 48 
P 6 May 48 
P 27 April 49 
P 1 Oct. 60 
19 Oct. 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 

P 16 May 61 
P 81 Oct. 61 
P 16 Jan. 62 
P 18 April 62 
P 4 Aug. 64 
P 4 Aug. 54 
P 8 Nov. 64 
P 1 Dec. 64 



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P22Feb. 60 
P 13 Dec 60 
P 16 May 61 
P 31 Oct. 61 
P 13 April 62 
P 4 Aug. 54 
P 4 Aug. 64 
P 1 Dec. 64 



BRBVBT- 
MAJOR. 



Aclfutant. — Comet j- Svb-Lt. John Limbert, 7 July 54. 
Quarter-Master.— nugh Hanly, 3 Feb. 64. 

Surgeon. — James Cockbnm, 12 Sept. 48 ; Astiet.-Surg. 16 April 86* 
Auittant'Surgeon. — Owen William George, M.D., 6 June 61. 
Veterinary-Surgem. — 

Scarlet.-*Fiictn^# Blue. — Agent, George Samuel CoIlyer,E8q. 
[Retwmedfrom F^'onee, January, 1816.] 

1 L<vd GomlMrmere accompanied bis regt. (the 6th Dr. Gda.) to Flanders in Aug. 1708, and serred to tb« 
•ad .of that campaign, and until Jane of the following one. In 1706 he embarked In eommatid of the ftSUi 
Lt. i)rs. for the Cape of Good Hope, and served a short but active campaign under Sir Thomas Craig, when 
be accompanied his regt. to India, where he served in the memorable campaigns of 1706 and 00, agminsi 
TIppoo Bultaun, Including the battle of Mallavellj, and siege of Seringapatam. Proceeded to the PenTniKtii^ 
in 1808, In command of a brigade of cavalry, consisting of the I4th and 16th Lt. Drs., at the bead of which 
he disllngttished himself, during the campaign in the north of Portugal, including the operations at Oporto 
and afterwards at the battle of Talavera. In Aug. 1800, the local rank of Lieut.- Gen. was conferred upon 
him; and, e«rlT in 1810, he was appointed to the command of the whole allied cavalry under the Duke of 
WelUogton, and remained in that command until the termination of the war in 1814, and dlstlnguiahefl 
himself at the head of the cavalry upon every occasion that presented itself, Including the various actions 
in eovering thp mtreat from Almeida to Torres Vedras, battle of Busaco, actions at Villa Garda «■»<! 
CMtn^on, battitts of Fuentes d'Onor and Salamanca (severely wounded^ action at El Bodon, battlee of 
the Pf renecs, Orthet, and Toulouse. Served also at the siege and capture of Bhartpore, in 18SS ami 9q 
as Commander-in-chief. His lordship has received a Medal for Seringapatam ; the gold Cross and one 

Clasp for the battles of Talavera, Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Ortbet, uid Toulo ^ "*" -"— — - 

Medal with three clasps for Busaco, Cludad Rodrigo, and Pyreneea. 



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ColoneL 
9 Hai John, L&rd Seaton,* GCB. GCMO. GCH., Sm. 10 July 1704 ; Limit. 4 
Sept. 05 ; Capt, 18 Jan. 00 ; Mq^, 21 Jan. 08 ; X^-Col. 2 Feb. 00; Col. 4 
June 14 ; McQW^Qen. 27 May 25; LieuU-Otn. 23 Jane 38; Gtn. 20 Jane 
54 ; CoU 2nd Life Goarda, 24 March 54. 

Lieut.'Colonel and ColoneL 
Lewis Duncan Williams, Comet, p 21 June 20; Lieut, p 23 July 25; Capt. p 15 
July 28; Bt.-Mqj. 23 Not. 41; Mqj. jr Lt.^CoU P30 Dec. 45; CoL SO June 54 ; 
Lt.'Col. j* CoL P 14 July 54. 

Mqjorand Lieut.' ColoneL 
Moantjoy Francis Hartyn, Cor. p 27 Dec. 27 ; Lieut. P 28 Mar. 31 ; Capt. p 22 
April 36; Bt.-M(y. 9 Nov. 46; Bt. Lt.-CoL 30 June 54; Mqj. j- Lt.-CoL 
P 14 July 54. 



Captains. 
George Howard Vyse •• 
Thos. OgilTy,|.0.ii Nor. 51 
Bon. F.John Evans Freke 
E. M. Sari of Longford 
Henry Savile Lnmley . 

Fonntaine Hogge 

Edw. FfoUiott Wingfield 
John G. Carter Hamilton 

LlBUTBNAXTft. 

Peter Sherwen 

H. J. Townsend Stephens 
Robert O'Brien Jameson 
H.DaltonWittit Lyon,a4^. 
Augustus Savill Lomley 
Hon. C. S. B. Banbury 
Hon. Tho. H. O. Fermor 
Ambrose Congreve .... 
Henry Charles Lane •• . . 



COSNBTS AND SUB- 
LlBUTBNANTS. 

Henry Wm. Lee-Jortin 
Henry John Lloyd Wynne 
S. Fitzhard. Berkeley 
i^d£.M'D.VaneTempest 
John Henoiker Lovett 
Francis Woodgate • • • • 
Jn. Wm. H. Cunninghame 



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P 26 Nov. 30 
P 9 Mar. 32 
P 24 Nov. 35 
P OJuly 36 
P 28 May 42 
P 9 May 43 
P 12 May 43 
P 22 Jan. 47 

21 June 39 
P25 Apr. 45 
P 1 June 49 
P 18 April 45 
P 23 Nov. 49 
P 14 June 50 
P 17 Sept. 60 
P22Nov. 50 
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P 9 July 52 
P 13 May 53 
P 18 Nov. 63 
P 11 Nov. 53 
P 9 June 54 
P 15 Sept. 64 
P 15 Dec. 64 



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P 17 April 36 
P29AprU36 
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P 9 May 40 
P 13 Feb. 46 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P 29 June 48 
P30 Nov. 49 

22 July 44 
P 23 May 51 
P 22 Apr. 63 
P24S^t47 
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P 28 Mar. 54 
P28Mar. 54 
P 14 July 54 
P15Dec 64 



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P 1 Sept. 37 
P 8 May 40 
p 28 May 42 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P 22 Apr. 63 
P 25 Nov. 63 
P 28 Mar. 54 
P 14 July 54 



BEBVBT- 
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11 Nov. 61 
23 Hoy. 41 
20 June 64 



Aifjutant.-^Lieut. Henry Dalton Wittit Lyon, 22 Dee. 64. 
Qifar^er-3f<t«fer.'-Will1am Walker, 16 Oct. 62. 
^tir^em.— Thomas Tardrew, 23 May, 51 ; Assiit.^Surg.,12 July, 44 
Auist.'Surgeon, — Francis Trevelyan Buckland, 15 Aug. 54. 
Veten(nary^8vTgean.—^o\ai Legrew, 9 July 80. 

Scarlet — Facing/ Blue. — ^ii^^n^f, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Betwmedfrom France, February, 1816.] 

1 iJoeA SeatoD bat rcedved tiie Gold Crow and thvM CiMpt for Coraaaa, AlbalMra, Ciadad lt«drlfo 
elMi f t ka was mnttAj wovnisdX NireUe, NiT«, OrthM, sad Touloue. 

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« PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO." 
Colonel. 
B 12^ Fitz Boy James Henry, Xorcf Raglan/ GCfi. Cor.O Jane^CH; X^.dO May, 
06 ; CapU 6 May, 08 ; MfQ. 9 June,ll ; Zt.-CoL 27 Apr. 12; Col. 28 Aug. 
16; Maj,'Oen, 27 May 26; Lieut,-Qen. 28 June 38; G^en. 20 June 64; 
Field Manhal, 6 Nov. 64 ; Colonel of Royal Horse Guards, 8 May, 64. 
Lieut.'Colonel, 
Hon. George Cecil Weld Forester, Comet, p27 May, 24; Lieut. PI Aug. 26 ; 
Capt. P 6 July 32 ; Brev.-MaJ. 9 Nov. 46 ; Maj, Sc Lt.-CoL p 19 Sept. 48 
Lt.'Col. P 2 Sept 63; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 

Mi{;or. 
Richard Henry R. Howard Vyse, Comet, p30 Nov. 30; Lieut. p31 May, 83 
Capt. P27 Sept. 42 ; Mqj. ^ Lt.-Col. P21 April 64. 



Captains. 

Hugh Smith Baillie .. 
Lord Geo. John Manners 

RobertSheffield 

Francis Sutton 

Hon. Geo. Watson Milles 
Fra. Wm. FiuHardinge I 

Berkeley S 

Francis Howard Vyse . . 
Duncan James Baillie .. 

Lieutenants. 
Wm. Griffin Sutton, a<f;. 

Joseph Brunt, R.M 

Wm. James Hope Gambler 

Edward Breedon 

Thomas Leslie* 

John Wyndham Billington 
O. P. C. A. Xor£? Stanhope 
John Inglis Jones .... 



P 3 April 40 
P 20 Oct. 40 
P 22 July 42 
P23 Aug. 39 
P22 Sept. 43 

P 27 Sept. 44 

P29 Nov. 44 
P 28 Feb. 46 



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James Delaval Shafto . . 
James William Baillie .. 
R. M. L.W. Bulkeley .. 
Sir B. P. Henniker, Bt. 
Owen Lewis C. Williams 
Henry P. Keighly Peach 
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19 Aug. 

24 Nov. 
P 4 July 
P 16 Sept. 
P 6 Feb. 
P 19 Sept. 
P2l Aug. 
P 21 Aug. 



P 23 Jan. 62 
P 11 June 62 
P 27 May 63 
P 30 Dec. 63 
P 12 May 64 
P 9 June 64 
P 16 Dec. 64 



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24 Mar. 43 
4 Aug. 43 

28 Feb. 46 
3 June 42 
8 Apr. 46 

7 Aug. 46 

6 Feb. 47 
28 Sept 47 



16 Jan. 47 
P 19 Sept 48 

6 July 49 
P13July 49 

4 Mar. 63 
P 22 Apr. 63 

2 Sept. 63 
P 31 Oct 61 



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P 7 Aug. 46 
P 6 Feb. 47 
P 13 July 49 
P 8 Oct 47 
P 14 May 62 

P 2 Sept 63 

P 21 April 64 
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Adljutant.-^ Lieut. William Griffin Sutton, 16 Jan. 47. 

Qrtarter'Matter. — Herbert Turner, 1 Jan. 81. 

Surgeon. — Cosmo Gordon Logie, M.D. 26 Nov. 62; Asiitt.'Surg. 6 Oct. 41. 

Ateistant'Surgeon.^'YredeTick George Kerin, 18 Aug. 48. 

reterinarjf-Surgeon.--WiJohn Siddall,' 10 Oct. 12. 

Blue — Fadngt Scarlet — Agents, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 
[Betumedfrom France, 2 February, 1816.] 

1 Lord Raflan performed the arduous and responsible duty of Alde-de-Camp and Military Secretary 
toHii Grace the Duke of Wellington throughout the campaign* in Spain, Portugal, France, and Flandera, 
and wa« present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talarera,and Bosaco (wounded)} the attack and captnivof 
Oporto, pumilt of Marshal Soult, r«>treat to tlie lines of Torres Vedras, occupation of them, operations in th« 
pursuit of Marshal Massena, baUle of Puentes d'Onor, 1st siege of Badijox, the brilliant aflkir of EI Bodon, siege 
and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and capture of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and 
the Retiro, driving the enemy from Yalladolid to Burgos, siege of that casUe, Tarious afflUrs on the retrcftf 
from Burgos to the frontiers of Portugal, advance in 1813, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, action of 
Irtin, passage of the Bldassoa, the Nivelle, and the Nive : advance in 1814, battles of Orthesand Toulouse, 
and every other affair which took place ; also the battle of Quatre Bras, retreat of the I7ibJttne,andbattle of 
Wtft^rloo,— severely woimded, right arm amputated. Proceeded in 1864, in commend of an army, to 
Turkey, which ultimately landed in the Crimen, and signally defeated the Russlansat the battles of Alma, 
Bulaklava, and Inkerman, and is now besieiring Sebnstopol. His Lordship has received the gold croes and 
live clasps for Fuentes d'Onor, Badijoz, Salamanra. Vittoria, Pyrenei s, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Tbulouse ; 
and the silver War Medal and Ave clasps for Roleia, Vimlera. Talavera, Busaco, and Ciudad Rodrigo. 

S Mr. Siddall served the campaian of 1815, and waspreseniat the battle ot Waterloo. 

S Lieut. Leslie served In tlie Eastern campaign of 1864, and was severely wounded at the battle of the 
Alma, while serving as orderly oflleer to Lord Raglan. 



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ColoneL 

9 9121 Charles Murray, Earl Cathcart,' KCB. Era, May, 99 ; Lieut. 10 Aug. 
99; Capt. 3 Feb. 03 ; MojoTy 14 May, 07 ; Lieut.-CoL 30 Aug. 10 ; CoL Id 
Aug. 19; Mqjor-Gen. 22 July 30; LL-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Gen, 20 June 64 ; 
Colonel let Dragoon Guards, 9 Jan. 51 . 

Lieut.' ColoneL 
Andrew Spottlswoode,* Comet, pIO May, 83; Lieut, P29 April 36; Capt. pII 
Oct 39; MqfOTf 29 April 50;i^-Co/. P12 Nov. 62. 

Miy'or. 
George Briggs, Comet, p 10 May 44 ; Lieut, p 13 Aug. 47 ; Capt. P 8 Nov. 60 ; 
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Captains. 

Jas. Rob. Steadman Sayer 

Robert Thomas Thomson 

George Paynter 

Thomas Nisbet 

Herbert Dawson Slade . . 
Sir Thomas Gresley, Bt, 
George John Bridge .... 
A.H.P. Stuart \Vortley,«. 

Lieutenants. 
Emanuel Bradbury, a4;. 

John Kemp, R.M 

Thomas John Mitchell . . 
Joseph Henry Anderson . . 
Thompson Donovan .... 
Frederick Marshall, s. . . 
R. Jas. Combe Marter . . 
Evelyn Harpur Crewe • 
Samuel Pearson , 

Cornets. 
Walter Clopton Wlngfield 
Joseph Ernest Edlmann . 
Arthur James P. Wadman 

James Gnnter 

John Cuningham • • • « 
Henry Marlow Sidney 
Robt Alf. Loraine Grews 
James Hayes 



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P 1 Apr. 48 
P 3 Nov. 48 
P29 May 49 
P 26 Oct. 42 
P 18 Jan. 60 
P 16 Feb. 60 
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8 Dec. 46 
PIO Mar. 48 
P 12 July 60 
P22NOV.50 
P 17 Mar. 48 
P 18 Sept. 49 
P 18 Jan. 61 
P 14 Mar. 61 
P 29 Dec. 48 

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P 19April61 

23 Nov. 62 
P 18 Feb. 63 
P 11 Mar.63 
P 13 May 63 
P 10 June 63 

10 Not. 64 



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P 31 Mar. 48 
PUDec. 49 
P 14 June 60 
P 8 Not. 60 
P 9 June 46 
P21 Feb. 61 
P 14 Mar. 51 
18 Aug. 48 



25 May 48 
P29Muy 49 
P 4 April 61 
P 22 Aug. 61 
P 26 July 61 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P 29 Apr. 63 
P 3 June 63 
P 12 July 60 



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P 22 Nov. 60 
P 7 Oct. 61 
P 12 Nov. 63 
P 12 Nov. 62 
P 28 Aug. 40 
P 29 Apr. 63 
P 3 June 63 
P 14 iMay 62 



BREVET- 
MAJOR. 



12 Dec. 64 



5 Capt. Hainmenley aerTed 
in the Peninsula from Aur. 
1818 to the end of that war in 
1814, and was present at the 
battles of Yittorla andToulouse, 
and the Investment of, and 
the Heights before Pampeluna. 
Sliot through the shoulder 
whilst protecting a house io 
the neighbourhood of Dublin, 
on duty In 1806, when In the 
Militia. He has received the 
War Medal wiib two clasps. 



Pafpnaster.^^ Fred. Hammersley/ 26 Sept. 48 ; Cornet, p 23 Jan. 12 ; Lieut, 

P 9 April 12; Capt. 8 May 40. 
Ae^utant. — Ideui. Emanuel Bradbury, 8 Jan. 47. 
Quarter-Maeter.—WiMlSLm Smith, 23 April, 62 

Surgeon.— Edward Willjam Stone, MD. 17 March 48 ; Assiit.-Surg, 6 Oct. 38. 
Assistant-Surgeon. — 
Veterinary Surgeon, — 

Scarlet— Facing* Blue.-^ J gents, Messrs. Cox & O . 
[Retumedfrom Canada, 6 Sept. 1843. ] 

I Lard Catheart aerred on the Uelder expedlUon in 1799. Accompankd the Expedition under 8ir 
James Craig, aadservcd in Naples and Sicily, in 1805 and 6, as Assistant Quaner-lfasier-Oenera I. Served 
oa the Scheldt expedition, and was present at the siege of Flushing, in 1809. ProcetMled to the Peninsula 
in 181S« as aa Asaistant Quarter-Masier-General, and was present at the battles of Barrosa, Salamanca, and 
Tiuona, for which he has received the Gold Medal and two Clasps. Served also the campaign of 181 £ 
mamA ««• preacnt at the batUe of Waterloo. ' 

S Ltoiit.>CoioDel Spottiswoode served as Brigade-Mi^or of Cavalry with the left wln^r of the Armv of 
' — "--r ia I848» aad waa present at the battle of Puuniar (Medal). He served also in tlie like capacity in 
' " ' I in 1846, and was proaent at tlie battle of Sobraon (Medal). 



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22 2R£r ( 7%tf Qt«;en'«) Regiment of Drayom Guards. [ ^^^bSSuT 

Tb» BoTal Gjpher within th« Garter. 

CoUnML 

II Hon. Henry F. Compton Cayendlsh,' Liiwt, P86 May, 08 ; Citpt, p 6 June, 
11; Mqjor, p2 April, 18; Lieut.'Col. P12 July, 21; Col, 10 Jan. 37; 
Mqfor-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Lt^^Oen. 20 June 64 ; CoU 2nd Dragoon Guards, 2 
June, 63. 

Lieut.'CoUmeU 

William Campbell, Comei^ p6 Jan. 32; Lieui. p 12 Apr.33; Capt P27 May,36; 
Jtfq/or, Pll June, 41 ; Lieut,-Col p30 Jan. 46; CoL 20 June, 64. 

Jfifl^'or. 

Power Le Poer Trench, ^n«t^, p 12 Aug. 24 ; Lieut, p 17 Dec. 26 ; Capt. p 30 
Dec, 26 ; Brevtt^MqfoTf 23 Not. 41 ; Mqjort PdO Jan. 46 ; Br^V4t Id.^CoL 
n Nov, 61. 



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30 



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Captains. 

HyltonBriaco 

Charle8EdwardConyers,«. 
Charles Edward Walker 
Edmund Ruck Keene • 

Bryan ThomhUl 

James O'Hara 



LlBUTBVANTS. 

John Griffith Price .... 
Coote 8. Hutchinson, «. 
Henry Miles Stapylton . . 
O. F. C. Bridgeman, ai^'. 
George Bushman, R.M. 
M. James Bradley Dyne 
Harris St. John Dick 



CORKBT. 



Pll Oct, 81 
P 18 Dec. 40 
P 29 Dec. 48 
P 20 Dec. 44 
26 June 44 
P 18 Jan. 60 



7 July 46 
P 14 June 60 

6 Dec. 60 
P 17 Oct. 61 

30 Apr. 41 
P 12 Dec. 61 
P 18 Oct. 61 



P 14 May 62 
P 9 July 62 
P 20 Sept. 63 
P 21 Sept. 63 
P 16 Dec. 63 
p 17 Mar. 64 



LIBUT. 



P 26 July 34 
P 26 Nov. 42 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P 24 Dec. 47 
7 Aug. 46 
P20 Dec. 60, 



P 16 Nov. 49 
P 1 Aug. Rl 
Pll Mar. 63 
P 8 July 63 
P26NOV. 63 
p 27 May 63 
P 24 Feb. 64 



CAPTAIN. 



P 4 Aug. 48 
P 9 Nov. 49 
P 20 Dec. 60 
P 1 Aug. 61 
P 11 Mar. 63 
P 8 July 63 



BRBTBT* 
VAJOR. 



20 June 64 



CORNBTS. 

William M*Cormick . 

John De Heley Chadwick > 

Francis Graham Powell 

Goodrich H. Allfrey .... 

PatAlez. Watson Camegy ■ 

William George Stewart . 

Paymaster. — Henry Bond Head, 30 May, 46 ; Em. p 23 Dec. 36 ; Lieut, f 21 

June, 39 ; Capt, p21 Mar. 46. 
Aeffutant,'— Lieut. Orlando Fred. Cavendish Bridgeman, 6 Jan. 64. 
Quarter-Master.-^ohn. Haviland, 16 July, 36. 
5ttr^Am."-Edward Mockler,' 7 Aug. 46 ; AsHit.'Surg. 26 Sept. 36. 
Assistant Surgeon. — Opie Smith, 4 Feb. 53. 
Veterinary Surgeon, — Ople Smith, 20 Feb. 36. 

Scarlet. — Facings Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co.—Irish Agents^ 
Messrs. Cane & Sons. 

[Retumedfirom France, 8 November, 1818.] 

1 LlMit.-aeiieral tlie Bon. Henry OavendlBh wnrad in the Peninsula from Julj 1408 to Jaanary 10e9» 
and was wounded throngh the wrist at the Batde of Coninna, where he serred as Aide-de-Camp to Lord 
William Bentlnok. He has received the War Medal, with two Clasps, for Sahagun and Bencrente, and 
Comnna. 

S Surgeon Moekler Mrred in the Pnnjanb Campaign with the 10th Regt. including the latter part of the 
•lege operations before Mooltan, the surrender of that Fortress* and the battle of Ooci|erat (Medal andClaepe), 



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" TALAVERA" — *' ALBUHBRA'' — « VITTOBI A" — « PENINSULA." 



Taan'SerT. 


58 


FuU Half 


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Pay. 


84 





13 





15 





13 





11 





8 





9 





8 





7 





13 





5 





6 





8 





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2 





8 





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12 





1 





7 






Colonel, 
9 Wl Jamee Cland Bourchier,! KG., Comet, 28 Sept. 97 ; Lieut. 6 Aug. 99 ; 
Capt. 20 Jan. 03 ; M(^. 4 June 14; Lt.-Col. 18 June 15 ; CoL 10 Jan. 37 ; 
M(^'.-Gen,9 JfOY. 4IQ\ Z^-(?0n.2OJane54; Co/.3rd Dragoon Gdi., 9 Jan. 51. 

Lieui.'CohneU 
John Daniel Dyson, Cor. p9 Dec. 31 ; Lieut. P22 Mar. 38 ; Capt. P8 July 36; 
MqjoTy P 19 June, 46 ; Lieut.-Coh p 8 Aprili 58. 

Mtifjor. 
Thomas Tristram Spry Gariyon, Cor. p27 Dec. 42 ; JA/eut. p6 Dee. 44 ; Capt* 
P 1 Dee. 46 ; Mojor^ p 27 June 64. 



Gaptains. 

Fenwick Boyce Barron 

Henry Marsh 

Edmund Henry Turton 
Henry Heywood Lonsdale 

Frank Ghaplin * 

Wyndham Knatchbull •• 

LIBCTB17ANT6. 

Augnstua Hunt 

John Miller* 

James Swinburne 

Henry F. Geo. Goleman 

Arundell Neave 

Charles Blood MulYille. 



GORNBTS. 



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John Joseph Gorrigan ^ 
John GiUeland, (Qr. M. 

6 March 47) ^<p. .. 
James Gharles Still 
Henry W. Berkeley . . . . 
William Blenkinsop,R.M 

Robert Norweod 

Stephen Holdforth 



P 8 May 40 
P 5 Aug. 42 
P 15 Mar. 44 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 8 May 46 
P 3 Dec. 47 



P 23 May 48 
8 Not. 42 
P 17 Sept. 50 
P 29 June 49 
P 9 July 52 
P 17 July 61 



P 18 Feb. 63 
18 Mar. 53 



CAPTAIN. 



P26Sept.45;P29Dec. 46 
P12May 43) p 7 June 50 
P 24 July 46>P25 June52 
P 10 Nov. 48 1 P 1 Apr. 53 
31 Oct. 48 ; P 8 Apr. 53 
P 3 Sept. 50 P 27 June 54 



P 22 Oct. 50 
4 June 45 
P 8 Apr. 53 
P31 Jan. 51 
P 19 May 54 
P 27 June 54 



BRBVBTo 
MAJOR. 



P 22 Apr. 53 
P 13 May 53 
28 Dec. 53 
P 14 July 54 
P 21 July 54 

Paytnaster. — George Pott Erskine, 3 Nov. 43; JBne, p 11 July 34 1 Lieut* p 1 

March 89. 
Atfy'uiant.'^Comet John Gilleland, 18 March 53. 
Quarter'Master.-^tho Vialls, 22 April, 53. 

Surgeon. — Robert Marshall Allen,' 28 March 54 ; Assist. Surg, 3 June 48. 
Assistant Sturgeon, — Gharles John White, 28 March, 54. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Austin Gooper Shaw, 2] Aug. 48. 

Scarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. C. R. & W. M'Grigor. 
Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt,, Armit, Sc Co. 
[Returned from France, 25 January, 1816.] 

1 Uant-Oaneral Boarehler served under Sir Ralph Abercromby in the expedition against Cadis in 1800, 
aad alM in the campaign In Egypt in 1801, and was present at the battles of the 18th and 8ltt March, and 
at Rhamanla on the 9th If ay. He served afterwards the campaigns of 1811, 18, and 15, including the siege 
of Badajos, battle of Sahumanca, cavalry affairs at Oallada de Camino and Yeata de Pose, battles of Quatre 
Bras and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Egypt aad 



3 Captain Chaplin served the Pai^aub campaign of 1848-9 with the 8rd Light Dragoons, and was present 
in the aflUrof Ramnuggur, passage of the Chenab at Wuzeerabad on the Ist Dec. 1848 with the force under 
Sir Joeeph Thackwell, and battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat (Medal and two Clasps). 

a liani. Millar served with the 10th Regt. in the campaign on the Sutli;) in 1848, and wae present in the 
battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

4 Comet Corrlgan served as a Lieutenant in the 74th in the Kaffir War of 1881 -5S (slightly wounded), 
aad waa aftanrardi attached to, and served with, the Cape Mounted Rifles aa a Volunteer. 

5 SttTgeon Allen aerved in the field with the Cape Mounted Riflemen duiing the Kafllr War of 1840-47, 
aad waa present during many severe skirmishes. 



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62 



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15 

14 

11 

8 

9 

6 

11 

6 

5 

4 
3 
3 
3 
3 
3 
2 
2 

2 

1 

10 

3 

1 
12 

2 

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fEutern Ezpedltion, 99 May 16M. 
L Depot, Newbridge. 

On the Standards and Appointments the HARP and CROWN, and tke 
Star of St. PATRICK, with the motto " QuUSeparaHtl" 
" PENINSULA." 

ColaneL 
Richard Pigot," Bm. 4 Sept. 93 ; lAeut, 16 Sept. 93 ; Capt, 21 Dec. 93 : Major, 
29 April 02 ; Zieut.-Col, 1 May 06; Col. 4 June 14 ; Mqj.-Gm. 19 July 21 : 
Lieut.'Gen. 10 Jan. 37; G«i, 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 4th Dragoon Guards, 26 
Nov. 49. 

JAettt.-Cohmel. 

Edward Cooper Hodge,« Comet, 3 Aug. 26 ; Zieut. p 3 July 28; Capt. p 19 Dec. 
34; Mqjor, p3 Dec. 41 ; Lt.-Col. p3 Oct. 48 ; CoL 28 Nov. 64. 

Mi{jor» 
William Charles Forrest, Comet, p11 Mar. 36; Zieut.^d Jan. 39: Cant 
P 7 Sept. 41 ; Mqjor, p3 Oct.48. ' ^ ' 


































Captains. 
Francis Rowland Forster 

Thomas Jones 

Michael M'Creagh 

John MacDonnell Webb 
A rtb . Masterson Robertson 
Robert John Henry .... 
Thos. Miller Clarke .... 
G.C. H. Phiyer Brigstocke 

Lieutenants. 
George Manners Morgan 

Robert Gunter 

Christopher M'Donnel .. 
Charles Fleetwood Shawe 
Daniel Peploe Webb, aefi. 
Bathurst £dw. Wilkinson 
Hon, M. FitzMaur. Deane 
John Arthur Brairge .... 
Edward Rowe Fis^ .. . . 

Co&nets. 
George Alex. Muttlebury 
Henry Ponsford 



CORNET. 



P 7 Feb. 40 
P 23 July 41 
26 July 44 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 18 May 46 
P 16 Feb. 60 
July 44 
P 16 Feb. 60 

P 12 July 60 
P 16 May 61 
P 12 Mar. 62 
P 13 Mar. 62 
P]4Mav 62 
P 17 Aug. 62 
P 17 Dec. 62 
P 13 May 63 
P17 June63 



LIEUT. 



P 11 Mar. 42 
P 19 May 43 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P 2 Oct. 49 
P 8 Oct 47 
P 18 July 61 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P31 Oct. 61 

P 30 April 62 

P26 jQne62 

P 17 June 63 

Pll Oct. 63 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

do 

do 



CAPTAIN. 



P 29 Jan. 47 
P 30 June 48 
P 18 July 61 
P 30 April 62 
P26June62 
P 17 June 63 
8 Dec. 64 
16 Dec. 64 



BBBYBT. 
MAJOR. 



P26Nov.63| 
641 



P 27 Jan. 



Paymagter.^chn Biggs, 16 Sept 61 ; Sns. Pit Sept 45 : Liettt. 17 Oct 48 
Aibutant.^lAeut. Daniel Peploe Webb. 26 Nov. 63. ' 

Quarter-Master.-^cim George Drake, 6 June 54 
^J^;f^-^^rt Cooper, 18 March, 63 ; AsHst.^Surg. 21 July, 43. 

i2^:f!r^'^"^'^V""t.^5'^^ Armstrong, 26 March 63. ^' 
Veterinary Surffeon.^Lake Byrne, 3 Feb. 64. 

Scarlet— Fflciw^, Blue.— ^^«i^, Andrew Lawrie, Esq. 

ebe EMt Indies la 1818. «"«»«» in ITW , at Uie capture of the Cope of Good Hope In 1806, and in 

baSto'J?Sa5S5,S^ ^"•'^ ^ «»• ^^ ^P^i^ .Of 1854, including U.e 



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The motto « Vertuiia nulla retrorswu."--'' SALAMANCA"—" VITTOBIA"— 
"TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



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Colonel, 

9 Sir John Slade, BarL^ OCH., Comet, 11 May, 1780 ; Lieut. 38 April, 89 ; 
Capt. 24 Oct 87; Mqjor, 1 March, 94; Zieut.-Col. 29 April, 95; CoL 29 
April, 1802 ; Mq^or-Gen. 25 Oct. 09 ; lAeut.-Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 
37; Co2. 5th Dragoon Guards, 20 July 81. 

X^ieut.'Colonel. 

Thomas Westropp M'Mahon/ Comet, 24 Dec. S9; X1^<^ p 2 Dec. 81 ; Capt. 
P 9 June, 38; Mty. p 13 July, 47; Brevet Lieut.- Col. 12 Dec. 54; lAeut.^ 
Col. ^ Dec. 54. 

Mqjor^ 

Richard Thompson, C(mtet, p 25 Feb. 42 ; Lieut, p 17 Nov. 43 ; Capt. p 23 May 
48 ; McQ(nr, 22 Dec. 54. 



Captaiks. 
Adolp.Wm.De8artBurtoi«^ 
Geo. Kershaw Sidebottom 
W.R. Newport Campbeil * 

William Inglls 

9 James Henley* .... 
Cha. Aug. Drake Halford 
Fred. Hay Swinfen? .. 
A. J. Hardy Elliot,* .. 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Henry Hugh M'Ncile 
George Sapte fiumand . . 
Richard T. Godman, adj. 
Robt James Montgomer}' 
John Stephenson Ferguson 
Rich. O. Bomford Bolton 
Thomas Lewis Hampton 
Henry Hird Hay 

CO&NBTS. 

Sir Edward Synge Hut- 
chinson, Bt. 



COBNBT. 



P 8 Aug. 45 
P 12 Jan. 49 
P 10 June 86 
P 2 Feb. 49 
6 Jan. 25 
P 30 Mar. 49 
P 10 April 49 
18 July 48 



p 15 Mar. 50 
P 12 April 50 
P 17 May 50 
P 14 June 50 
Pll June 52 
P 12 Mar. 52 
P 21 Jan. 53 
P 17 Mar. 54 



22 Dec. 54 



LIBUT. 



P 10 April 49 
P 25 Jan. 50 
15 July 41 
P 22 Feb. 50 
P 28 Nov. 45 
P 5 April 50 
P 19 April 50 
P 14 June 50 



P 24 Dec. 52 

P 28 Feb. 53 

3 Mar. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Dee. 54 

22 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. [54 

29 Dec. 54 



CAPTAIN. 



P 24 Dec. 52 
P 28 Jan. 53 

15 Mar. 58 
P 3 Mar. 54 

25 Aug. 54 
8 Dec. 54 

15 Dec. 54 

22 Dec. 54 



BRBTBT- 
MAJOR. 



12 Dec. 54 



Paymoiter. — Edmund Vernon MacKinnon, 30 June, 48 ; Comet k, Sub'Lievt. 
P 29 April, 36 ; Lieut, p 27 March, 40. 
5 Adjutant. — Lieut. Richard Temple Godman, 7 April 64. 
2 Qifaf^«r-Jlfa</er.—Georfl;e William Bewley, 8 July 53. 
10 i9tir^e(m.— George M'Cnlloch, M.D. 15 Aug. 54 ; Aseiet.^Surg. 6 June 45. 
1 Assittaat'Surffeon.—VfmiAm Cattell, 28 March 54. 
1 Veterinary Surgeon. — ^Tom Parinder Gudgin, 13 Oct. 54. 

Scarlet — Facingt Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
1 Sir John Blade Mrred in the campsign of 1808-9 under Sir John Moore, terminating vith tlie battle 
of Corn&na, where he had the command of the Baisar Brigade. He served aftcrirards the campaign under 
the Duke of Wellington, when he had command of a brignde of cavaliy, and covered the telreut of the 
aimy to the lines of Torrea Vedras and the pursuit of Mas0i>na from Santarero, with the actions of Nari 
d'Aver, El Bodon, Fuentes Guinaldo, and Aldea de Ponte. Sir John has received the gold UHal and one 
Clasp for Corunna and Fuentes d'Onor, where he^ad his horse shot under him ; and the silver l/^'ar Medal 
with two Clarpa for Sahagun and Benevente, and Butaco. 

9 Lievt.-ColoD«l U'llahon served with the 9th Laneen in the Sntlij campaign in 1848, and was present 
St the battle of Sohmon. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as A. Q. M. O. to the Cavalry Division, in- 
c:adiBf the haltlea of the Ahna, BaUUava and Inherman, and siege of Sebastopol. 

5 M^)or Burton served the Eastern campaign of 1864, and commanded the fith Dragoon Guards at the 
battle of BalaUavB, for which he obtained Brevet rank as If ijor. 

ft Captain CampheU served with the 9th Lancers in the battle of Punniar 89tl) Dec. 1848 (Mrdal) ; the 
Sot^i rampalfn of 1846, including the battle of Sobraon (Medal) ; and also in the Punjaub campaign 
1848^ fnclndlnff the passage of the Chenab at Ramnugger, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat 
(Medal and Claepe). 

6 Capt. Henley served the campaign of 1814 in the Peninsula, Including the battle of Toulouse, for 
which he baa received the Silver War Medal with one clasp. 

7 CaplaiB Swlnfea was woanded at BalaklaTa. 

8 CapL Elliot served Ave years in India, the two last on Lord Hardinge's staff,prior to entering the Boyal 
Aimy, and vaa present vrith his regiment, the 8th Bengal Cavalry, at the battle of Punniar(Medal),as also 
ia the Swtm campaign. Including the battle of Feroseshab (Medal). Served the Eastern csmpaign cf 1664, 
IS AMs-ds^Csvp to General Scartott, and was wounded at the battle of Balahlava. 



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28 



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Oolomel. 

9 Sir Thomas Hawker/ |[CH. Comet, 13 Mi^, 170Q; ZdmU. 6 AM, 96; 
CapilOJvly,^; ATtf/or, 23 Not. 1804; Lieui.-Col, tBept.09', CMiJaaa, 
14; Mqfor-Oen. 27 May, 25; Lieut-Oen. 28 June^ 38; <?«n. 20 Jana 54; 
Col. 6th Dragoon Guards, 5 June, 39. 

lAeut.'CoUmeh 

Henry Richmond Jones, Comet, p 9 June 25 ; JAeut, P 14 Nov. 26 ; Ctmi, p 12 
June 30 ; Brevet-Mqfor, Not, 46 ; Jtfq^'or, p 21 May, 50 ; Xteti^.-CM. p 16 
Sept. 51 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 

Mqjor, 

William Neville Costance, Sneign, p 11 Oct 31 ; Lietd. p 26 June, 05 ; Capt. 
P16Mar. 38; Jlf<|/or, P16 Sept. 61. 



Captains. 

Charles Sawyer 

Samuel James Morton 

John Forster 

Alex. A. Melfort Campbell 
Robert Bickerstsff, «. .. 
Francis Richard Hawker 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Williams. PhlUps,R.H. 
T. Conlngsby N. Norbury 

Philip Pinckney 

George Wardlaw • • • • 
ElUs Brooke Canllfie 
Henry Roebuck Johnston 

CORNBTS. 

Thomas Bott 

James StiUman, oiff, . . . 
William Thomas Betty . 

Oswald Petre • 

Henry Arthur Wight . • . 
Fra, Geo. SaTage Curtis 



CORNBT. 



P 6 Sept. 83 
P 9 June 43 
P25Aug.4d 
8 Sept. 46 
P 8 Nov, 44 
P 24 Nov. 48 



26 Oct. 22 
P 12 Jan. 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 6 Nov. 47 
p 14 June 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 

P18Ai»« 51 
2 Sept 51 
P 14 May 52 
P 15 Oct 52 
P 14 July 54 
P 15 Dec. 54 



LIBUT. 



P 8 April 36 
P28 Nov. 45 
8 Sept 47 
P 28 Jan. 48 
P 29 Dec. 46 
P 2 Oct 49 



16 Feb. 26 
P21 May 50 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P 8 Jan. 51 
P 4 Apr. 61 
P 16 Sept 61 



CAPTAIN. 



P 8 Aug. 45 
P21 May 50 
P 22 Nov. 50 
P 16 Sept 51 
P 10 Feb. 52 
P 8 Dec. 54 



BRBVBT* 
MAJOB. 



Paymatter, — Thomas Manders, 26 Sept 49; Comet, pSO July 85; i,ieut, 
6 Oct 38. 

4 Aeffutani.-^Comet James Stillman, 10 Feb. 52. 
4 Quarter-Matter. — George Fraser, 7 Nov. 51. 
21 5ttr^e(m.~George Taylor, 80 May, 45 ; Astietant-'Surgeon, 16 May, 34. 
4 ili»Mm^-5iir^mm.^Stuart Moore, 5 Deo. 51. 
4 VeterifMry 8iirgeon.^AVtteA Job Owles, 19 Dec. 51. 

Blue — Faeings White. — AgetiU, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
{Retwmedfrom Buenot Ayret, 1808.] 

1 Sir Thomai Hawker wn pNMnft in the aoUoas io North Holland, the Helder ezpeditioa* In tlie 10th, 
IQth Beptember, 9nd and 6th October, 1780; and wa« preeent in command of the 90th Light Dnifottie in 
erery action in which the Britiih troope were eagnged on the eaetern eoeet of ftpain. in ISIS and 1813: he 
tes ■oheeqiHaUy lerred on the StiUi; in India, at M i^ior-Qeneral. * 



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19 



Colonel, 
P «B Arthur W. M. Lord Sandy*/ C<ymet, 27 July, 09; Lt. 19 July, 10; 
Caipt. S6 Aug. 13; Mt^or, 27 July, 15; Lt.-Col. 21 Jan. 19; Coh 10 Jan. 
37 ; MeQor-Qen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Lt.-Oen, 20 June 64 ; Col 7th Dragoon Guards, 
18 Mar. 59, 

LUttt.'Colonel, 
Arthur Cavendish Bentinck, Snrign, p 2 Nov. 38 ; Lieut, p 81 Oct. 40 ; 
Capt, P 2 Mar. 47 ; Mq^or, p 27 June 61 ; Lieut.-CoU p 8 Dec. 64. 

MqjoT, 
Charlei Pyndar Beauchamp Walker,* *. .B»W^,p27 Peb. 36; Lieut, 21 June 
39; Cap*. P 22 Dec. 46 ; Major, p 8 Dec. 64. 



Captains. 

Charles Wm. Thompson' 
Thomas Henry Clifton,**. 
William Middleton • • . • 
Fitzroy George Smith . • 
Thomas William Goff .. 
Wm. Wentworth Lamb . . 

LlBUTENANTS. 

James William Balfour. . 
B. Tho. Dowbiggen .... 
John William Wetherall 
A. G. Montgomery Moore 
Arthur Robt. G. Costello 
Montague Dettmar .... 

Cornets. 
Henry Blinkhom,* R.M. 

Peter Withington 

W. Fourbelle Dowdeswell 

Hume NichoU 

Jonathan W. M. Walker 
D.8cotland,(Q.M.l6 DecSS) 
James Vance Cleland 



P 26 Feb. 36 P 17 Jan. 40 
P 26 Apr. 39 p 2 July 41 



CORNET. 



CAPTAIN. 



P 19 Mar. 47 
P 31 Dec. 47 
p 12 Sept. 48 
P aO Mar. 49 

P 2 Mar. 47 
P 18 May 40 
P 18 Jan. 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 
P 14 Feb. 61 
P 16 April 62 



3 Aug. 49 
Pll Sept. 49 
P 16 Nov. 49 
P21 May 60 

P 16 Feb. 60 
P 27 June 61 
P 19 Mar. 62 
p 6 July 62 
P 80 July 62 
p 6 May 53 



P 1 Dec. 48 
PSOMar. 47 
P 19 Mar. 52 
P 30 July 62 
P 6 May 53 
P 8 Dee. 64 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



12 Dec. 64 



20|1A 
7 10 



16 Feb. 49 
p 9 July 52 
P17 Aug. 62 
Pl8Aug. 62 
p 13 May 63 

17 Nov. 64 
james vance v^ieiiuiu •• p 16 Dec. 64 1 ^ mx »» -wa m. 
Paymatter.^^n^nt Chichester, 10 March 52) CoriMt, p 6 Nov. 46; IMwt. 

p 30 March 49 ; Capt, p 27 June 61. 
A4futant.^Comet David Scotland, 17 Nov. 64. 
Quarter-Maeter,-- ^ ,^ ^ ^ 

i^ttraeofi.— Gideon Dolmage, 6 April 44 ; Amtt,-8wg. 10 Dec. 33. 
4«w*.-5ttr^«m.— Jenkin Homfray Llewelyn^ 17 March 48. 
VeterifMry Surgeon, — 

Scarlet— Fflcinfl* black.— -l^mt*. Cox & Co. 

Irieh Agents, Sir B. R. Borough, St., Afmit « Co. 
[Retumedfrom the Cape of Good Hope, 7 June 1848.] 

"fS^^Ur li^eS^e Bafra campaign of IS54, a. Al^-^mp U> the Barl of L««», iaoloding 
di£2£oftl«Alm^alaklav.^dlnkema^^ H.n«.l 30ih Aug. l«5, aiAr- 

laba. Iflm. ITta. Md 18* Jm- I «* JJt ,f^~ ^" *"^2S^ Z PuSaubln the Uth Light Drafoons j w«. 
to «• Up i>d th« h»d (K. 8. P. •«* Med^ I'lltftS. aT^htlSawLlli Si Jan.. uul at OooJTat. f i.t Peh. 1849 
«iCi«^ at RMMUifur (h«M wounded). «?>* *^' ' '"J •' SjJSb Xluii, aid Indu. j at the .urrender of the Seik 

i«edT«A a Medal and on« Clasp. 



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Ui (Royal) Beffiment of Dragoons. [^'"S^^^Z^I?. 
On the Standard, an Eagle.—" PENINSULA"— « WATEELOO." 



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Colonel, 
9 «» 5tr Arthur Benjamin Clifton,» KCB. KCH. Comet, 6 June, "O*? Jf «'• 
7 Aug. 1704 ; Capt, 27 Feb. 1709 ; Mtyor, 17 Dec. 1803; Lteut. Co/. 26 July, 
ISIOJ CoM2Aug. 1810; Jlfq/or Gen. 22 July 30 ; lAnrf.-C?*!!. 23 Not. 41 i 
Oen. 20 June 54 ; CoL l»t Dragoons, 30 Aug. 42. 

Lieut.-Colaneh 
John Yorke,' Come*, p21 Dec. S2fJJ.v6 Dec, 34 ; Capt.PU Dcc.41; Mqjor 
P4 Sept. 40 ; Lieut, Col. p 4 Feb. 53. 

Mqjor, 
Robert Wardlaw,» Comet, 9 5 June 36 ; Zieut. P28 July 40 ; Capt. p 14 Oct. 42 ; 
JHqjor, 9 4 Feb. 53. 



CORKET. 



Captains 
Wm.deCardonnelElmsalH 
Michael Stocks'.. 
George Campbell* 
John Coltman Davenport 
JamesAinslie ..•• 

Henry Sykes 

John Chamberlain. . 
Walter John Coney' 
Lieutenants. 
St John W. C. Charlton' 
Arthur Basset' 
Guy Webster*.., 
Edmund Pepys' 
Thomas Keane FitzGerald 
Richard George Glyn' 
William Wray Hartopp' 
GilbertMetcalfeRobertson 

Cornets. 
John Glas Sandeman .... 
William Henry Cutler . 
WiUiam Edmund Curtis 
Tho. PrieeGreatrpz, Atyt, 



P 1 July 42 
Pll Dec. 46 
p 25 Feb. 48 

June 48 
P 13 Oct. 48 
P23NOV.40 

1 June 32 
PlSJan. 50 

P 14 Feb. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P17 June51 
P 14 May 52 
P 24 Aug. 52 
P22 Jan. 53 
Pll Mar. 53 
P 12 May 63 



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CAPTAIN. 



P 13 Oct. 43 
p 20 July 40 
P 4 8ept.49 
P 16 Not. 40 
P21 Dec 40 
4 Feb. 53 
P 10 July 35 
P 25 Feb. 53 

1 April 53 

P20 April 53 

P 10 Dec. 52 

Pll Oct. 53 

P 17 Feb. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 



4 Sept. 40 
P 25 Feb. 53 

1 April 53 
P 20 April 53 
P 11 Oct. 53 
P 17 Feb. 54 

8 Dec. 54 
22 Dec. 54 



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MAJOH. 



P 10 June 53 

P 18 Not. 63 

p 17 Feb. 64 
24 Not. 54 
Paymof^er.—Willi'am Shearman, 31 Jan. 45; 2nd Lieut. 9 21 Apr. 37 ; Lieut. 

5 May 42. 
Adjutant, — Comet Thomas Price Greatrex, 24 Not. 54. 
QtMtrf«r-Jfa</«r.— William Scott, 26 Oct. 40. 

Surgeon.— Alexander Forteath, M.D. 28 March 64 ; Aiiiit.-Surg. 10 Feb. 43. 
AsHtt.''Surffeon. — John Goninge, M.D. 8 June, 40. 
Veterinary Surgeon, — Matthew Poett, 21 April 37. 

Scarlet— Facing* Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox tc Co. 

1 Sir Arthur Clifton's senricet :— Camimigns of 1800, 10, 11, IS, 18, 14, and 15. Commanded a aqiiadroa 
in coTering and supporting four Spanisb guns at the battla of Talarera, and employed in different suhae- 
qaent operations; battle of Busaco, pursuit of Massena from Santarem, talcing from him prisoners and bag- 
gage ; battle of Foentes d'Onor, actions at Nari d'Aver, El Bodon, Fuente Gutnaldo, and Aldea de Ponte; 
sereral aflhirs during the retreat of the army from Salamanca to Ciudad Rodrigo ; charged with a squadron 
a body of French Infantry under General Clausel, near Salamanca, killing or talcing nearly a hundred of the 
enemy ; battle ot Tlttoria, blockade of Pampeluna, several affairs in the Pyrenees, battle of Toulouse, 
skirmishing with the enemy and coTering the retreat on the 17th of June, and battle of Waterloo. Sir 
Arthur has received the gold Medal and one Clasp for Fuentes d'Onor and Vittoria; and the silver War 
Medal with three clasps for Talavera. Busaco, and Toulouse. 

9 Lt-Col. Torke commanded the Royal Dragoons in the Eastern campaign of 1654, and was severely 
wounded (leg broken) at the battle of Balaklava. 

a Mi^)or Wardlaw, CapUins Elmsall (shot through leg). Stocks, Campbell (shot through shoulder). 
Coney, Lients. Charlton, Bassett, Pepys, Olyn, Hartopp (sliot tbrouish leg), and Robertson (hurse shct 
' r him), were present at the Cavalry action of Balaklava : also the siege of Sebastopol. 



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9 SB Archibald Money/ Cfi. KG. Cifmety April, 94; LUut. 18 May, 04; 
Copt. 3 May, 00 ; M<yor^ 14 Dec. 09 ; Lieut.-CoL 4 Jane 14 ; Col. 10 Jan. 
37; Jf<v'-(?6n.9NoT.4d; X^.-(?en.20Jane 64; CtfZ. 8d Drt. S4 May, 62. 

Lieut,'Colanel, 
Henry Darby Griffith,* Corned, P25 Not. 28; Xi^^. P26 Nov. 31; Capt. 
PI Ang. 34; M<0or,Pe Nov. 46; Lt.-CoL P27 Aug. 62. 

George Aug. Fllmer Sulivan, Cornet^ p 29 July 36; Lxe%U. P26 Feb. 41 ; Capi, 
P 6 April 44 ; Mqjor, 17 Feb. 64. 



Captaiks. 

George Calvert Clarke'.. p30 May 34 
5irGeo.Fra.Hamp8on,B<. p 6 Aug. 42 

William Boyd P22Feb. 31 

Frederick Philipa p 11 May 39 

William MUler 7 July 46 

Francis Sutherland .... p 24 Sept. 47 

George Buchanan p 16 Mar. 49 

Herbert Edwards^ p6 Nov. 46 

LiBUTSNAMTS. 

William Allan Woddrop. . p 18 Sept. 49 
William Taylor PrentU. . p 16 Aug. 60 
Robert Scott Hunter. ... p 17 June 61 

Andrew Nugent p 17 Dec. 62 

Lenox Prendergait^ .... p 11 Mar. 63 

Henry John Wale 20 June 46 

Duncan McNeill p 20 Sept. 63 

Hen. Edwardes Handley^ p 30 Sept. 63 

COBNBTS. 

A. S. Montague Browne 18 Nov. 63 

NichoUw Millf , R.M 10 Mar. 64 

Daniel Moodie, A^jt 30 Sept. 64 

nra.Beaalbrt Maconochiel 28 Nov. 64 



LIBUT. 



P 7 Oct. 36 
P 18 April 46 
P17 0ct 34 
P 29 Dec. 43 
20 June 60 
P 11 April 61 
P27 Aug.62 
P22 Oct. 47 



P 13 Sept. 63 

Pll Nov. 63 

17 Feb. 64 

24 Nov. 64 

8 Dec 64 

P 26 Feb. 48 

16 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 



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P20Sept.39 

P 24 Sept. 47 

P26Apr. 44 

il7 Feb. 64 

30 Sept. 64 

24 Nov. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

16 Dec. 64 



11 Nov. 61 



4 Capt. Colt served with the 
8rd Lt. Dragoons in the SutleJ 
Campaign in lB46,and was pre- 
sent at the battles of AUwal and 
Sobraon (medal and one clasp) ; 
served also in the Punjaub Cam- 
paign of 1848-9 afcAide-de^Camp 
to M^jor-Generai Gilbert, and 
was present at the affUr of Ram* 
nuggur, and battles of Chilliaa- 
wallah and Goojerat (medal and 
two clasps). 
5 Doctor Brush senred with the S6th on the 
China expedition (Medal), and was present at 
the repulse of the night attaclc on Ningpo, at 
the attack and capture of Chapoo, Woosung, 
Shanghae, and Chin Kiang Poo, and at the 
landing before Nankin. 



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Paymaf<er.--Charles Russell CoIt,< 1 Sept. 64; Comet, p16 May 46; Lt- 
9 Nov. 46; Capt. p 3 Feb. 64. 

A(yHtani.^Cornet Daniel Moodie^ 30 Sept. 64. 

Qiiarfor-3f«/er.— Thomas Hamilton M'Bean, 16 Aug. 60. 

Sur^ison.— John Ramsay Brush/ M.D.> 2 April 62 ; Assist. -Surg. 8 June 41. 

Assistant'Siurffeon. — James Jekell Armstrong, 2 April^ 62. 
Viierinary Swrgeon. — 

Scarlet— JFVtHn^f Blue. 
Agents, Messrs. Charles Hopkinson and Co. 

1 UeoL-GeBeral Monejr serred tweotx-flve years in the II th Dragoons:— in Flanders and Holland in 
I7M aad 85, and In German j the latter year, including the attack on the French lines, 17th April ; their 
Meat on the beighu of Catean, Sath April, and near Toumay ; Srd May ; battles of Boubaiz and Lannoy, 
Msat of tlie Fnneh near Toamay, 22nd May 1794; and aflkir at Bommel, 2nd Jan. 1705. Campaign of 
vm ia Holland, including the actions of the lOth and 19th Sept., 2nd and 6th October. Commanded a 
detachment of the regt. under Sir Ralph Abercromby, at Leghorn, Minorca, and the expedition to Cadiz, 
is 1800; is Bgypt, in 1801 (Medal), Including the actions of the 8th, 18th, and 21st March, together with 
ClMcsplnre of Grand Cairo and Alexandria. Peninsular campaigns of 1811 and 12; present at the siege 
sTBad^os, battle of Salamanca, and affair of caralry near the Tormes on the following day, when three 
Freach baStaliooa were Ulten ; cavalry affkirs of Callada Camino and Fenta de Poso. Serred also the 
csapaiga of 1819, Including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, towards the close of which last the 
conoiaad of the 11th Dragoons doTolved on him : present also at the capture of Parts. He has recelTed 
tke War Medal with one Clasp for Salamanca. 

2 Uent^Colonel Griffith commanded the 2nd Dragoons in the Eastern campaign of IBM, «^ was 
vovaded in the head at the battle of Balaklara. 

I M^or Clarke was severely wounded at BalaUava. 

8 (^t. Bdwaids senred with the 14th Light Dragoons throughout the Pui^anb Campaign of 1848-0!, la- 
dadmg the action of Bamnuggur (with the charging squadrons), passage of the Chenab, battles of caa- 
fiavaUah and Ooqienit, pursuit of the enemy across the Jhelnm and of the Affbhans orer the Indus 
ihnMfh the Khyhw Pass (Medal and Clasps.) 

7 UcBt. Pwndeig at t was MTsrety and Lieut. Haadley tllghtty wonnded at BalakUTS, 



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The White Hon*, within the Garter on the Sad and <rd Standardi, with the Motto, " See aepera terrenW 
" SALA.MANOA**—»«VITTOW A"— ••TOULOUSE"— "PENINSULA"— "CABOOL, ISiy*—" MOODKEE" 
•« PEROZE8HAH'»— •• SOBRAON"— " PUNJAUB"-" CHILLIANWALLAH"— « GOOJERAT." 

ColaneL — 9 Lord Charles Somerset Manners, KCB.* Comet, 7 Feb. 98 ; Lieut. I 
June,99; Caj^^ 21 Aug. 1800; ibrq;.18Oct.08; X^-Co/.lAug.ll; C0/.6N0T. 
17; Mqjor-Gen, 27 May, 26; U.-Oen. 28 Jane, 88; Gtn. 20 June 64; 
Col. 8rd Drs. 8 Nov. 89. 
l^teti^.-Co^onel.— Walter Unett,* C&nui, p 28 Aug. 88; Lieut. P 81 Mar. 37 ; 
Capt.Pl Nov. 42; Brevet Mqjor, 7 June 49; Mqfor, p8 Feb. 64; Lt.-CoL 
20 June 64. 
itfq/or.— Charles John Foster,^ Cornet^ P 8 April 86 ; Lt. 21 Dec. 38 ; Capt. 
P 10 Dec. 87 ; Jfq/or, p21 Sept 52. 



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Captains. 
Hon. Hor. M. Monckton' 
Charles FreviUe Surtees .. 

Frederick Sitwell 

John BlackbumeHawkes^ 
William Gray Draper' 
Richard Michael Williams 

L1BUTBNANT8. 
Geo. E. F. Kaantze,*a4;. 
Wlllhim Hickes Slade . . 
Edward Howard Vyse, «. 
John Norcliflfe Preston . . 
William Wallls Kin^ . . 
Newton Cha. Chichester 
Hon. Algernon T. Moreton 

Cornets. 
Arthur Edmund Mansel 

Robert Dymond 

Jacob Camac Murphy . 

Joseph P. North 

William Morrison Bell . 



CORNBT. 



P 23 AprU 41 
P 28 Jan. 42 
P 8 Sept. 46 
P 2 Mar. 88 
P 19 Jan. 44 
p 16 May 61 

19 Dec. 46 
19 Mar. 47 
P21 Aug. 49 
P 19 Apr. 60 
Pl2Juiy50 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P 12 Apr. 60 

P 16 Oct. 60 
P 17 Jan. 61 
P 17 Feb. 64 
81 Dec. 62 
P 1 Sept. 64 



P 29 April 42 P 4 May 49 
P 7 Feb. 45 P 10 Dec. 47 
P 1 Aug. 61 P 15 July 68 
P 27 Sept. 89 20 June 64 



Pll Dec. 46 
P 29 Apr. 63 

p 28 Jan. 48 
P2dMay 48 
P 3 Feb. 64 
20 June 64 
P 12 Nov. 62 
P 22 Sept. 64 
6 Sept. 62 



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1 Sept. 64 
p22Sept.64 



S Lt^CotUnetticmd with the Srd 
Lt. On. thimifhoat the eampein 
nt 184t m A^hn^bMaa (MediJ). 
and WM present at the forciaif of 
the Khyoer l^ara. •tomi&f the 
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Teiecn and HoitkotoL oeenpatioa 
of Caboel. etonii and capture of 
lataliff. He icrved alio ilie Pna. 
jaab campaifn of lt48-9. and wu 
pretent at the alUr of Ramnni 
the pMMf* of the Cht-oab at 
wcTHbad on tlw IM Dec. 1848 vith 
the foicr nnder Sir Jo*eph Thaok- 
well, aetion of SUdoolapoR, and 
battieaof ChOlianvmilah (ie«er»lf 
woonded) and Ooojenu (Media 
and two Claapa, and prooioled to 
the brcTti rank of Mijor). . 



e Paynuuter.-^taaeiB MacQueen,' 1 Dec. 64 ; Cor, 14 April 46 ; LU 19 May 60. 

10 Ae^utant.^Lieut. Geo. B. F. Kauntze,* 80 Mar. 48. 

14 Qiiar<»r-3fa^«r.— Abraham Crabtree,** 25 Nov. 42; Com«f, 17 Sept 41. 

16 Surgeon.^Wm. Ord Mackenzie^ M.V. 8 Jan. 47 j Aeetit.^Surg. 14 Jaii. 39. 

1 Assiit.'Surg. — Jobn Crown Agnls, 11 Aug. 54. 

10 Veterimary i9«r^«0fi.— Benjamin Chasing Bouse Gardiner,** 19 May 46. 

Blue — Facings Qcailet.'^AgentSy Messrs. Cox & Co. 
IBetumedfrom tlie East IntUee, 12 May 1863.] 

1 Lord CharlM Manners served the campaign of 1808 In Spain, including the csTalry engagement at 
BeneTente. At Wateheren as Aidenle-Gamp to LK>rd Chatham, and was present at the siege of Flnsbinc. 
Acted as Aide-de-Oamp to the Doke of Wellington from 1811 until the army entered Madrid in 1818; when 
he assumed the command of the regiment, and remained with It until the war closed in 1814. His Lord- 
ship has Teeelred the gold medal and two clasps for Salamanca, Vlttoria» and Toalouie; and the Bllfer 
War Medal with one clasp for BeneTente. 

5 Major Foster Mrred with the 16th Lancera durioff the eampalm in Aflkhsalitan under Lord Keane, Inelodinf the 
tlese and eaptare of Ohiunec (Medal). Be lerTed alto at the battle of Mafaarijpore, 9th Dee. 1843 (Medal) t and in the 
eampalm on the SutleJ In 1846, Ineludinc the tattles of Buddiwal, AUwal (as Aide-de-Camp to Brifadier Cureua), and 
Sobraon ( Medal and Clasps) . 

6 Hen, Capt. Moncliton serred with the 80th throughout the Punjanb campaign of 1848-0, and was preeent 
at the paasage of the Chenab, and battles of Chlllian wallah (wounded) and Ooojerat (Medal and two daspe). 

6 Captain Hawkes serred the Sull^ Campaign of 1846-6, and was present at the battles of MoodkM, 
Feroieshali (horse shot), and Sobraon (wounded). Medal and two clasps. 

7 Captain Draper serred with the 8rd Light Drafoons in the Pui^aub campaim of 1848-9, and was present at the aflUr 
or Bamnugxur, the passage of the Chenab at Wuzecrabad on the lit Dee. 1848 with the (brec under Sir Jose^ nackwcll, 
Che action of Sadoolapore, and battles of ChtUianwallah and Ooojerat (Medal and two Clasps). 

8 Lieut. Ranntxe was present with the 1 1th Lt. Dn. at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1885-6 (medal 
and one clasp); serred with the 8rd Lt. Drs. throughout the campaign of 1842 in Aifghanistan (medal), and 
was prelent at the forcing of the Khyber Pass, capture of Mamoo Khai), storming the heights of Jugdul- 
lucl(, actions of Tezeen and Huftkotul, and occupation of Cabool. He served also the SutleJ campaign 
of 1845-6, and was present at the battles of Moodkee (wounded), Peroteshah (wounded), and Sobraon 
(seTerely wounded); ttedal and two clasps. Served in the Punjanb campaign of 1848-0, and was present 
at the alfklr of Bamnnggur, the passage of the Chenab at Wuieerabad on the 1st Dec. 1848 with the force 
under Sir Joseph Thackwell, action of Sadoolapore, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goqjerat (Medal 
and two claspe). 

Pajrmtster MacQueen served with 16th Lancers throughout the campaign of 1888-80 in Afl^hanMaa, and 
was present at the siege and capture of Ohuxnee (medal). He was afterwards present at the battle of Malm* 
nJpore on the SOth Dec. 1848 (medal) ; served also in the Sutlid campaign in 1846, and wu present mt the 
aflkir of Buddiwal, and battles of Aliwal (wounded) and Sobraon (medal and clasp). Be was present with tbs 
8rd Lt. Drs. throughout the Paqjaub campaign of 1848-0, indnding the ftflhir of Ramnnggnr, the pasistte 
of the Chenab at Wuseerabad on the 1st Dec. 1848 with the force under Sir Joseph Thackwell, tctloa of 
Ssdodapote, and battles of Chillianwallah and Ooqjerat (medal and two clasps). 

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'Tai^atbr a" " Albuhbra" "Salamanca" " Vittoria" "Toulousb" "PBm»8ULA" 

" AFFeHAN I8TAH" " GhUZNBB." 

CoUmeU^J^ Ml Sir George Seovell,' KCB. Adjutant ^ 5 April, 98 ; Cornet, 20 
June, 98; Lieut. ^ May, 00; Cap^ 10 March, 04; Mq/or, 80 May, 11; 
Lieut.'CoU 17 Aug. 12; Col. 27 May, 26; Mi^for-Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Xf.- 
Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Gen. 20 June 64 ; Col. 4th Light Dragoons, 18 Dec. 47. 

Lieut.'Colonel.'^Lord George Augustus Fred. Paget,' Comet & 8ub-Lt. v 25 
July, 34 , Lieut, p 1 Dec. 37 ; Capt. p 17 Aug. 41 ; Mqjor, p 30 Jan. 46 ; Lieut.- 
CeL P 29 Dee. 46; CoL 20 June 64. 

Jlfq^or.— Alexander Low*, Comet, p 2 Oct. 35 ; Lieut, p 6 July 38 ; Capt. p 14 
July 43 ; Brev.'Mc^. 20 June 64; Jfi^;. 26 Oct.54 ; Brev.'Lt.-CoL 12 Dec. 54, 



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George John Brown^ . . • . 

Rohert Portal 

C. Berkel^ M<dynenz, «. 

Thomas Button^ 

William Peareth 

Henry Smith Adlington 

George Ellis 

John Barry Marshall. . . . 

Lieutenants. 
Hon. Chas. Jas. Keith,* « 
Fiennea Wykebam Martin 
Chas. A. Ganter Browne 
William Affleck King .. 
George Warwick Hunt . . 
Robert N. Ooi« Booth •• 

John Clark, R.M; 

CorNbts. 
Edward Latalllu Puzl^: 
William Wmstanley . . 



P 17 April40 
P 17 Jan. 40 
20 Sept. 44 
P21 June 39 
P 21 Aug. 49 
P 11 Feb. 48 
7 May 47 
P 19 Oct. 49 

15 Feb. 50 
P 12 Apr. 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P 11 July 61 
P 12 July 51 
P 9 July 62 

21 July 64 

P24NOV. 64 
P 8 Dee. 64 



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p 14 July 
p 8 May 

1 April 
P 6 May 
P 22 Not. 
P 6 July 

8 May 
13 May 

P 81 Oct. 
26 Oct. 
26 Oct. 

8 Dec. 

8 Dec. 
15 Dec. 
29 Dec. 



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P30Jan. 46 
P June 46 
P 15 Mar. 60 
P 23 April 52 
P 7 Jan. 53 

26 Oct. 54 
8 Dec. 54 

15 Dec; 64 

1 H9n. LieuU Keith wnrcd tbrea 
yean as a midabipitiaa, aad wm 
wounded In the boat actian of 
H. M. 8. Pretldfnt and Borydiea 
against the Arab pUnate* tn the river 
Aufoiha, eait coast of AMea, tS 
Not. 1M7. 



S Quarter. Master Hill terred as Deiwty Provost 
Marshal to the Bombay column of the Army of the 
Indus dnrhit the whole of the time it was In the Held 
(firom Dee. IMS to leb. 1B40), and was prcMnt at the 
stonn and capture of Ghoancc (Medal). 

Paymaster. — George Thome George, 4 May, 49; Bns. p6 Sept. 33; Lt. p9 Dec. 

Adjutant.-^ [36 ; Capt. 17 Jan. 45. 

Quarter-Maiter.^^ohn Hill/ 22 June 40. 

5taveon.— Henry Rendall, M.D. 64; AeHH.^Smrp. 16 Dee. 46. 

ilMif^.-^ur^.— Robert Orr Crichton, M.D., 14 Get. 61. 

Veterinary Suryeen^-^ohn Byrne, 14 Dec. 38. 

Blue, ii^Bcin^ Scarlet.-— ^(ren<t, Messrs. C» Hopklnsou k Co. 



1 Sir Ctoorge ScoveU lerred tli« campaign under Sir Jolin Moore, terminating with the battle of 
CoffVBsa, at which he was present as Depaty-Assistant-Quarter-Master-Oeneral. Aflerwards fa the 
Peninsula In the tame department at the head-quarters under the Duke of Wellington, fTom Feb. 1B09 to 
the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the passage of the Douro and pursuit of Marshal Soult ; 
bnttlea of TalSTera, Busaco, and Puentes d'Onor ; sieges of Cludad Rodrigo and BadqJot, banle of 
ftalamanra, sleRO of Burgos, battles of Vlttoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive; passage of the Adonr,and 
battle of Tooloose. Serred also the campaign of 1816, including the battle of Waterloo. Sir Qeoif e bat 
ffoealTcd the g»ld cross and one clasp ; and the silrer War Medal with eight clasps. 

4 Lord Oeofge Paget commanded the 4th Lt. Drs. at tho battle of BalalilaTa. 

5 Licot.-Colonel Low recelTed the Breret rank of LieuU-Col. for the Battle df BalaUanu 
4 Oaptaina Brown and Button were lererely wounded at Balaklava. 



10 Qoartrr-Mastar Crabtree serred with the Srd Lt. Dragoons throughout the campaign of 184S in Aff- 
ghaniiUn, and was present at the forcing of the Khjber Pass, itormlng the heights of JugduUuck, action 
of Tdccn and Bnflkotul, and occupation of Cabool (medal). Serred the SutleJ campaign of 1846-0, and 
vns present at the battles of Moodkee (charger killed), Feroseshah, aiidSobraon (severely wounded); (medal 
and two clasps). Served also in the Piuijaub campaign of 1848-9, and was present at the affair of Kam- 
•nggnr. the passage of the OhenSb at Wuteerabad on Ut Dec. 1848 with the fbrce under Sir Joseph 
Tbaekwell, and battles of ChilUanwallah and Goojerat (medal and two clasps). 

11 TeC«6orteon Qatdtner serred with the 7th Dr. Gds. throughout the KaiBr War of 1846-7 (Medal). 



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Sir George Pownoll Adams/ KCH. Comet, 5 Oct. 1795; Lieut. 12 March, 96 ; 
CapU 11 Oct. 97; MajWyb Feb. 02; LievA.-Col. 8 Dec. 04; CtH, 4 June, 
18; Md^or^Qtn, 12 Aug. 19; Lieut,-Gen, 10 Jan. 37; Oen, 11 Nov. 51 ; 
Col. 6th Dragoonsi 26 Oct. 40. 

Lieut.'Colonel. 

Henry Dalrymple White,* Com^, p 11 May 38; Lieut. p8 Feb. 39; Capt, 

P 17 May 44 ; Mqior, p 22 Dec 48 ; Lt.-CoL 1 June 54. 

Mqjor. 
Charles Cameron Shute,'^. Comet, v\Q July 34; Lieut. PIS May 39; Copt. 

P 5 Mar. 47 ; Jlf^'or, 1 June 54. ^ 



CAPTAIK8. 

Robert Moore Peel . . 
Fred.W.JohnFitzWygram 

Conyers Tower , 

Robert George Manley*. 
Edmund D'Arcy Hunt^ 
John Lavallin Puxley . 
German Wheatcroft . . . 
P. D'OrmienzVon Streng* 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Richard Henry Currie • . 

Archibald Weir,* a4/ 

Henry Timson 

Wm. Sawrey Rawlinson* 
Nicholas De Jersey Lorell 
William Stratford Sleigh 
Edward Finch Dawson . . 

John Clements 

Alfred Henderson White 

CORNBTS. 

T. Anderson, R.M«(Q^. ) 

«Apr.47.) ) 

Arthur Finch Dawson . . 
Joseph Thomas Wetherall 
John Evans 



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P 2 Dec. 37 
P 28 July 43 
P 7 Jane 44 
P 9 June 46 
p 29 Oct. 47 
P23 Not. 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
11 Nov. 28 

P 16 April 52 
21 May 52 
P 27 May 53 
P 10 June 53 
P20Sept.53 
18 Oct. 53 
P 15 Sept. 54 
P 15 Aug. 48 
P 15 July 53 

10 Not. 54 

P 17 Aug. 54 
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P 2 July 41 
P 17 May 44 
P 6 June 45 
P 25 June 47 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 29 Apr. 53 
P 22 Aug. 51 
17 Apr. 34 

P15 Jul; 53 
14 April 54 

P 15 Sept. 54 
6 Oct. 54 

P24NOY. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 

P 16 Aug. 50 

P29Dec. 54 



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P 25 June 47 
P22Dec 48 
P 18 Jan. 50 
P 18 Feb. 53 
P 15 Sept. 54 
P 3 Nov. 54 
6 Sept 52 
8 Dec. 54 



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Paymaster. — Methuen Stedman, 24 March 54 ; En9, p 1 June 38 ; Lieut* p S21 

Feb. 40; Capt. p4 April 45. 
A^utant.'-Lieut. Archibald Weir,' 21 May, 52. 
Quarter-Moiter. — James Marshall,' 14 April, 43. 
Surgeon. — Jamrs Mouat,' 8 Nov. 48 ; Assist. -Surg. 14 Dec. 38. 
Assist.-Surg.^Uenry Charles Boate, 26 Nov. 52. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — James Collins, 23 June 54. 

Scarlet^F40tcifi^« Yellow.— it ^ett/«, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 SirG«orge Adami lerred in Ireland daring the inrarrection in ISOS. Also ander Lord Lake In the East 
Indies, where be wai actively employed for several Tears. 

S LIeut.-Colonel White commanded the Inniskllling Dragoons at the battle of BalaUara. 

8 M^or Shnte, Oapt. Maoley, LieuU. Weir and Bawiinsoa, Qr.-Maslar Martball, and Snigeon Koamt 
were at Balaklava. ' 

8 Capt. Hunt served with the 0th Lancers in the last Pnii||avb campaign, and was present at the battles 
of ChilUanwallah and Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). Present at Balaklava. 

Capt. Von Streng served with the IStb Light Infantry In Affghanlstan, and was present at both attacks 
on Ohuxnee, and for which he lias rec<'ived the Medal. 



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9 5^ir WiUiam Tuyll/ KCH. Cor. 22 Oct. 99; Lieut. 18 July, 01; Capl. 7 
April, 04; Mqjor, 20 Nov. 00; Lieui.'CoL 13 June, 11 ; CoU 27 May, 26 ; 
MqjorGen. 10 Jan. 87; i^.-G«n. 9 Nov. 46; Gen. 20 Juno 54: CoL 7th 
Hossan, 10 Mar. 46. 

Lieut, 'Colonel. 

Charles Hagart, Comet , p16 June 32; Lieut. P12 Aug. 34; Capt. P21 Oct. 
37 ; MqjoTf p 10 Dec. 47 ; Lt.-Col. p 31 Oct. 61 ; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 

Hiq/or. 

James M'Caul Hagart, Comet, p 26 May 37 ; Lieut, p 16 May 46 ; Capt. P 11 
Sept. 46; Mqjor, p 31 Oct. 61. 




Captains. 
Sir Wm. Ru88ell,Barf.,«. 
William Babington .... 
iS^tr Lydfiton Newman,B^. 
William Dascon Bushe . • 

Thomas Pedder* 

Charles Crauford Fraser, s 

LiBUTBNAMTS. 

Joseph Trenerry,il 4;. •• 
David Philip Brown, R.M. 

James Aytoun 

Hon. J. De V.T.W.Fiennes 

Frederick Coates 

Frank Garforth 

Mnsg^ve Dyne Briscoe 



P 2 July 41 
P]l Nov. 46 
P 2 Feb. 44 
P27 Feb. 46 
P 16 April 41 
P 3 Dec. 47 



2 July 47 
9 Feb. 49 
P 22 Oct. 47 
P 22 Nov. 60 
P 17 Jan. 61 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P 16 Sept. 61 



P 27 Feb. 46 p 16 Apr. 



P 9 Oct. 46 
P 19 June 46 
P 17 Apr. 47 
2 July 46 
P 14 June 50 



13 June 60 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P 31 Oct. 61 
p 8 June 62 
P 26 July 63 
p 30 Dec. 53 
P21 April 64 



Pl4 June60 
P 19 July 50 
P 8 June 62 
P 26 July 63 
P21 April 54 



Charles William Paulet p 21 Nov. 51 

RobertHale PllJune62 

William Henry Seymour p 9 July 62 
Wm. Stand. CarrStandish p 19 Aug. 53 
Aug. F. Went worth Gore p18 Oct. 53 
Robt. S. Wms. Bulkelcy p 12 May 54 

PflywMW/«r.— Edward George Cubitt, 16 Feb. 44; Sns. p9 Dec. 31 j Lieut. 
28 April, 37. 

Acijutant. — Lieut. Joseph Trenerry, 3 Sept. 47. 

Quarter-Master.'-^Wi John Evans Parry,^ 12 Oct. 41. 

Surgeon. — Archibald Alexander, 8 Oct. 46 : Assist.' Surg. 20 Feb. 36. 
Assittant'Surge<m.^Rohcrt Wilson,^ M.D., 26 Aug. 48. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — James George Philips, 28 Aug. 38. 
Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox Sc Co. 
[Returned from Canada 19 Dec. 1842.] 

I Sir Wm. T07II serred during part of tbe campaigns of 1703, 04, and 05, in the Netherlands ; at the 
Heldfer, lo 1700; and in Portugal, Spain, and Walcberen, in 1808 and 0, as Aide-de-camp to the present 
Harqnb of Anglesey. Sir William has received the War Medal irith one clasp for Saliagun and SeneTcnte. 

% Capt. Pedder serred with the 68th In New Zealand, and was present at tlie attack and repulse 01 tbe 
«Mmj oa the settlement and stockades of Wanganui 10th Uaj 1847, and in the action of the 10th Julj 
feUoving. 

4 QurCcr-Moster Parry served tbe campaign of 1815 with tbe 7th Hussars, and was slightly wounded 
U tke kaad at the battle of Waterloo. 

5 Doctor Wilson served the Eastern campaign of 1854 ; and in a despatch referring to the battle of Inker* 
■mi. Lord Raglan writes, "The Duke of Cambridge speaks also In the highest terms of the spirited exertions 
of Aasistaat«argeon Wilson, of the 7th Hussars, who ut a critical moment rallied a few men, which enabled 
them tahold tlM groond UU reinforced." 



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Sth ( TT/ie Ktng*s R. Irish) Regt. ofLt. Drags. [nJ^sJfelU?^ 

{Hussars.) 

Harp and Crown. " PrUtina viriutit m«nar«."—" LE8WARREE"—" HINDOOSTAN." 
Colonel^9 Sir John Brown,* KCH. Cor, 27 May, 96 ; Lt, 17 May, 96 ; Capt, 

1 June, 97 ; Mqjor, 16 Feb. 09 ; Lieut.^Col. 14 March, 11 ; Col. 19 July, 21 ; 

Mqjor-Gen. 22 July, 30; Lieut.-Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Gen, 20 Jane 54 ; Col. 8th 

Hussars, 4 April, 43. 
JAeui.'ColoneL^Fred, Geo. Shewell,« Comet, p28 Aug. 27 ; Lt. 6 Sept. 31 ; 

Cap*. P 28 Apr. 87 ; 3fq;or, p 23 Aug.44 ; X*.-Co/. p19 Feb. 47; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 
Mqjor. — Rodolph de Sails,' Comet y p17 Dec. 30 ; Lieut, p28 June, 33 ; Capt. 

P 13 July, 38 ; Mqjor, p 19 Feb. 47 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 28 Nov. 64. 






Captains. 
Arth. Jas. Lord Killeen 
Edward Tomkinson .. 
James Sadler Naylor . . 
George Chetwode .... 

Joseph Reilly 

Edward Seager * 

Fra. Edmund Macnaghten 
Daniel Hugh Clutterbuck^ 

Lieutenants. 
Hon. S. J. G. Calthorpe,V 

Edward Phillips 

Clement Walker Heneage 
Riversdale Richard Glyn 
John Paget 

Cornets. 

Robert Poore 

George Gooch Clowes* .. 
William Mussenden .... 
Robert Cooper Sawbridge 
John Reilly, R. M. . 
Robert Hardhig, A({j 



P17Sept.39 
P 12 May 43 
17 July 40 
P 8 May 40 
P 26 Apr. 33 
P 17 Sept. 41 
P27 Oct. 46 
P 22 Dec. 46 

P 23 May 48 
Pll July 61 
P 19 Aug. 61 
P 16 Apr. 62 
P 12 Sept. 48 



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P 6 Mar. 41;p23 Jan. 46 
P 12 Apr. 44|P27Jnne61 
P 22 July 46 p 4 Feb. 63 
P 10 Mar. 43 p 24 Feb. '64 
3 Sept. 64 



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29 June 43 

P23 May 48 

P 22 Feb. 60 

P 23 May 61 

P 24 Feb. 64 

3 Sept. 64 

26 Oct. 64 

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8 Dec. 64 

16 Dec. 64 



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6 Dec. 61 

Pll Mar. 53 

P 10 June 63 

P 28 July 64 

3 Sept. 64 

26 Oct. 64 

James Baker | p 18 Nov. 63 

Paymaster.^Uenry Duberly, 12 Nov. 47 ; ^n«.P28 Sept. 39; Lt, 15 April 42. 
Acfjutant. — Comet Robert Harding, 26 Oct. 64. 
Quarter' Master. — Henry Fletcher Lane, 17 March 64. 
Surgeon, — George Anderson, 16 Dec. 46; Atsist.-Surg, 12 June 35. 
Aseigtant-Surgeon, — Anthony Dickson Home, 17 March 48. 
Veterinary Surgeon, — Edward Simpson Grey, 24 April, 43. 
Blue. — AgentSy Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir John Brown tenred on the expedition to South America under General Whitelock ; on that to Por- 
tugal under the Duke of Wellington, including the battles of Roleia and Timiera; and tubaequently on Sir 
John Moore's eipedition to Spain, including the affairs with the French cavalry at Sahagun and BeneTente. 
retreat to Oorunna, and battle of Corunna. He was afterwards attached to the Portuguese army, and receWed 
five wounds in action with the enemy on the 18th Feb. 1811. He was also attached for five months to a 
division of the Spanish army in Estramadura under General Mendizabel. Sir John has received the War 
Medal with three clasps, for Boleia, Yimiera, and Corunna. 

8 Colonel Shewell commanded the 8th Hussars at the battle of Balaklava. 
8 Lt.-Col. de Sails was present at Balaklava. 

4 Captains Seager and Clutterbuck were slightly wounded at Balaklava. 

5 Lieut. Calthorpe served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide-de-Gamp to Lord Raglan, including the 
battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkenuan, and siege of SebastopoL 

6 Comet Clowes was wounded and taken prisoner at Balaklava. 

2 LU-Cok Grant Mrred tn Chins (Medal) as Btlrade-Mijor to Loid Saltonn, and was pretrat at the aMsnlt and capture 
of Chin Kianc Foo, and at the landing before Nankin. He terred with the Sth Lancen at Sobraon (medal) In 1846 < and Le 

11, commanded the refiment darinf the greater part of the campaign In the PnnJanb In 184S-9, Ineladlnc the pawage of the 
Chenab at Ramnuggnr, and battle of ChiUianwallah : be wu alto present at the batUe of Ooojerat ( Medal and eUupe. ) 

5 Captain Steele Mrred in the BSth with the expeditlan to the North of China In 184S (Medal), and was present at the 
; attack and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the landing before Nankin. 

6 Lt.-Col. Little, Capt. Humbley, Lt*. Bawtrey, French, and Head, lerred in the campaign on the SatlcJ in 1846, and 

I were present at the batUe of Sobraon (medal). LieuU. Hawtrey, French, and King, tenred In the PonJaub campaign of 
I 1848-9, including the pattage of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and baulet of ChiUianwallah and Ooojerat I Medal and clasps) . 
j 7 Major Pratt tenred with the 16th L^mceninthe campaign in Affghanittan, under Lord Keanein 1839 and 40. and was 
) preient at the attault and capture of Ohusnce (medal). Volunteered with the squadron detached under Brigadier Cureton 
I In advance of the army, to teiae the enemy's gunt, and teeure possession of the ciudel of Cabal In August 1839, which was 
r aecompliihed. Appointed M^or of Brigade with the army of reserve in 1841 and 43. Senred at Asst.-A4Jt.-Gen. to tfar 
1 Cavalry Divitioa with the army of Owallor under Lord Gough in 1843-44, and wat pretent at the battle of Maharajpoie 
; (medal) \ and again in the same capacity in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 ; was present at the cavalry actioa at Ram. 
I nuggur 21nd Nov., the passage of tbe Chenab with the force under Sir Joseph Thackwell at Wuzserabad Itt Dee. 1S48 ; 
) and at the subsequent battlet of ChiUianwallah and Ooctjerat (Medal and elatpt). 

14 Captain Anson and Lieut. Hamilton, served with the 9th Lancers in tbe battle of Pnnnlar (asedal) i the cam. 

paign on the Sutlej in 1846, ineluding the Itattle of Sobraon (medal) ; and In the Punjaub campaign of 1S48.9, in> 

eluding the pattage of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battlet of CliiUianwailah and Go<Oerat (Medal and clasps). 

lA Lt. Franeis terred with the 16th Lancert at the actlont of Buddiwal and Aliwal, and at alde.de-«aBp to Sir Joarph 

Thaekweli at Sobraon (medal and one clasp). He served also tbe Punjaub campaign of 1848 9, Ineluding tbe patsage of the 

Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Cbiilianwallah and Goojcrat (Medal and datpt). 

24 Lieut. Millt tcrved with the 9th Lancers In the SutlcJ campaign of 1845-6, and wat pretent In the battle of Sobraon 
I ( Medal). Alto the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, including the Pattage of the Chenab, and battlet of ChiUianwallah and 

Goc^erat( Medal and elatpt). 
26 Capt. Coles terved with tbe 4th Light Dragoons In the campaign under Lord Kcans in Scinde and Affghaaistaai la 

1818-9, and wat pretent at the taking of Ohuanec (Medal). 

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« PENINSULA."—" PUNNIAR."— "SOBRAON."—" PUNJAUB." 
— " CHILLIAJyWALLAH."— " GOOJERAT." 
Co2.— 9 m Jas. Wallace Sleigh,* CB. Cor, Feb.95; Lt, 29 Apr. 96; Capt. 26 

Oct. 98; Jlfq;.14 Jime,06; X^-Co2.14Dec.09; Co;.12Aug.l9;ilfq;.(?6fi.22 

July^dO ; Lt'Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Gen. 20 Jane 64; Co^ 9th Lancers, 24 Aug. 39. 
Lietit,'Colanel8,—JameB Hope Grant,* GB. Comet, p 29 Aug. 26 ; Lieut, p 26 

Feb. 28 ; Capt, p 29 Maj 36 ; Mqfor, 22 Apr. 42 ; Brev,-Lt.^Col, 7 Jane 49: 

Lt.'Col, 29 Apr. 60. 
Archibald Little,^ Comet , p 4 Oct. 81; Lieut, Pdl Aug. 32; Capt. p24 Feb. 

37; Major, 6 April 60; Lt.-Col, 20 June 64. 
Mqfor9,-^ohn Rose Holden Rose,' Comet, p19 July 31 ; Z4eut> Pll Jan. 33 ; 

Capt, P29 April 42 ; Major, 20 June 64. 
Henry Alme OuTry,* Ensign, p 17 Oct. 33 ; Lt, v 4 Sept. 36 ; Capt. p 2 May 

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Hon, Charles Powys* . . 
Edward James Pratt^ . . 
Robert Abercromby Yule»* 
William Drysdale" •• •• 
OctHenrySt.Geo.Anson*^ 
Wm.WeU.W. Humbley« 

Aug. Fred. Steele* 

Joslas RogersJohn Coles*^ 
Chardin Philip Johnson 
Fred. Courtney Trower® 

LiBUTENANTS. 

Thomas John Francis ^*. . 
Alexander Hawtrey^ .... 
Wm. Hamilton," iMy. .. 
Fra. John Hac&rlane^^ . . 
Lacius John French* • . • • 

John Head* 

John Henry King ** . • • . 
Henry Andrew Sarel ** . . 
Frederick E11U« ...... 

A. Eastfiekl Wilkinson** 

Henry Scott 

Richard Shaw, R. M 

W.WedderbumArbuthnot 
John George Willis .... 
Henry Holden Steward.. 
Charles David Rich .... 

Robert HillB** 

Fra. Richard Chas. Grant 
Wm. Cracroit Gordon . . 

CORHETS. 

Charles John Heaton Ellis 
Alfred Stowell Jones. • . . 
Henry Layington Payne 

Robert Blair 

James Goldle 



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P 14 June 
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29 April 42 
P 6 Jan. 43 
P 13 Dec. 42 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 23 Jan. 46 
P 13 July 47 
P 13 Aug. 47 
Pll Feb. 48 
P 12 May 48 

3 Apr. 46 
P 16 Dec. 48 
P 16 Mar. 60 
P 12 Apr. 60 
P17 June 61 

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Bamaacgiir(bofieahot«iiderhlm) t 
the puiage of the Cheoab at Wu* 
aecnhad on the lit Dee. 184S. with 
the feroe uader Sir Joeeph Thaek< 
well { and at the aetion of Sadoola. 
pore, and battlei of Chlllianwallah 
and Goojerftt (Medal and two 
Claflpa). 



P 1 Dec. 64 

8 Mijor aeee aenred with the Sid Light Draffoona 
throughout the campaign of 1841 In AITghaniataa 
( Medal) i eoounanded a half aqaadioB at the forcing of 
the Khyber Paaa, k, waa alio at the itoraiingthe heigltfa 
of Jugdnlltaek, action at Teteen and Bull Kotul, reliof 
of Jellalabad, an4 re-capture of CabooU Atthe batUe of 
Ponniar, near GwaUor.eommanded the left aquadion at 
the 9th Lane, (medal). He was alto at Sobtaon (medal> 
In 1846 1 and in the campaign of 1848-9 In the Pu^Jaob^' 
Inelndlng the paieageof the Cbenab at Raaumggur, tt 
batUes of Chillianwallah ft Goojerat ( Medal ft elaspa). 

Paymaiter,-^Tho. Hanson Ratcliff, 3 Sept. 47 ; Btu. 3 Apr. 40 ; Lt, P16 Aug. 42. 
A4futant,^Lieut, William Hamilton,** 29 April, 42. 
Quar^-ATof^er.— Peter House, 12 Nor. 62. 

SMr^eiw.— Rob.JoyntGordonGranty>'2Jul.41;il.-5.14Feb.28;iJ«-jl.7Sep.26. 
Assigtant'Surgeon,'-^ohn James Clifford, MD. 7 Aug. 46. 
Veterinary Surgeon,'-BlchKTd John Gedaliah Hurford,** 17 July, 36. 
Blue — Fadnge Scarlet. — Agent, Geoige Samuel CoUyer, Esq. 

I General Sleigh ferred In Flenden In 179S; hi the mMom in North Holland and the Helder, 10th and 
19th Sept, and 8d and eth Oct. 1709. In the Peninsula in 1811 and 12. Commanded the 11th Dra^oont at 
Waterloo^ towarda the close of which the command of the 4th Brigade dcTolved on hinu In 181U he ac- 
eo Bu paiii ed Us regiment to India, and commanded the Caralry dltision at the siege ofBhoriporeln 183Mft6. 
He has reeeired the War Medal with one clasp for Salamanca. 

ft The Hon. Capt. Powys, prior to entering the army, served fire years and three months in the Royal 
Kavy, and was presentin H.M.S. Blonde, at the taking of the Morea Castle, in the Gulf of Lepanto» in 1888. 
Be aerrad with the 0th Lancers In the campaign of 1848-0 in the Pui^iaub, including the passage of the 
Ghenab at Bamnaggnr, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal and clasps^ 

• OapCain Drysdale served with the 4th tLight Dragoons, and Captain Trower with the 16th Lancers, 
daring the campaign in Affghanistan under Lord Keane, and were present at the siege and capture of 
Ghnxnee (Medal). These officers were also present with the 0th Lancers in the aetion at Punnlar, SOUt 

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Co^— PH.Bcauchamp, JEaW Beauchamp,* Cor, 9 July,08 ; Lt. 84 Kay, 04; Capt, 

16 Jan. 07 ; 3fq;.14May,l3; Z*.-CoM8June, 16; CoZ.24 Mar. 22; Mqj.-Gen. 

lOJan.37; X^.-C?tfn.9Nov.46; 6?«i.20June54; Co/. 10th Huss. 23 June 43. 
i*.-Coi*.— Wm. Parlby, Cor, p3 Oct. 16; Lt, p6 May,24; Cflp*. P19 Sept, 26; 

J5r.-Afq;.23Nov.41; i»fa;.P26Sept.46; i/.-Co/.P80Jan.46; Co2.20JaDe64. 
Fi'ed. Charles Griffitha, Comet, p 17 June, 24; Lt, 16 Feb. 26; Capt. p5 April, 

31 ; Major, p28 Oct. 37 ; Lieut.^CoL 3 May, 39 ; Col. 11 Nov. 61. 
John Wilkie, Comet, p 11 May, 38 ; Lieut, P29 May, 40 ; Capt. p 17 May, 44 ; 

Mqjor, P 27 Feb. 62 ; Lieut.-Col, p 10 Feb. 64. 
Jftf/w*.— Broadley HarrlBon, Comet, p 11 Oct. 39; Ueui. p 7;8ept. 41; Capt. 

P 7 June 44 ; Mqjor p 6 Nov. 62. 
Xord George Augustus Beauclerk, Cor. p 28 Aug. 38 ; X^.PdFeb.41; Capt. 

p6 Dec. 44 ; Major, p 10 Feb. 64. 



Captains. 

William Murray 

Hon. F.C.G. FitzClarence 
Robert Charles Holmes . . 

Charles Bowles' 

Richard Playne Smith .. 
JohnWycliffeThompson^A 

James Cowell^ 

Arthur John Loftus .... 
John Walrond Clarke . . 
Butler Mildmay Giveen 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Charles Potts Rosser .... 
Theodore Wirgman, R.M, 
John Percy Smith,* adj. 
Benjamin Aylett BranfiU 
Randall Wilmer Hatfeild 
Theodore Williams .... 

Edward Stacey 

Henry Alexander, r 

John Rawlinson Cuthbert 
Thomas Manners Townley 
Arthur Herbert Cass . . 
Arthur Edward Benson 
Dundas Reinhardt Gill 
Fred. Tbo. Ongley Hopson 
James M. Barn Murdoch 
William Oliver Bird .. 
James Alston Clark . . 
HenryFuUertonRichmond 
Jas. John Neil Buchanan 

Cornets. 
George Silvester Davies 

John Hudson 

Charles HiU Uniacke .. 
Aug. Alfred de Bourbel 

William Mayne 

Sydney Vyse 



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P 9 Mar. 38 
22 April 42 
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P 8 Jan. 41 
P29 Nov. 44 
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6 Apr. 46 
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P17 Apr. 47 
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P 6 Nov. 62 
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P 10 Feb. 54 
P24Mar. 54 



4 M^or ' 
EMtvrn eampaiffn of 1964 as D.A. 
Q. M.G. to tb« fceood divUtoa. la- 
dudlBt tht tattic* oi the Alnut, 
BalakUTa, and Inkennaa (for 
which ht raeelved brcTet rank as 
If i^or), and «ieff« of SabaatopoL 



6 Lieut John Percy Smltii aerved 
the eampaigoin Afghanistan uxhdrr 
Lord Keaae, with the lAth Laacrts, 
and waa prewnt at the ale«« and 
captore of Ohnsnce ( Medal) . 



SCaatain Cowell aenred with 
the Srd Light Dragoona tbiwarh- 
ont the campalgD of 184S ia Aflj^aniataa (Medal), 
and wa* preeent at the forcing of the Khybrr 
Pass, capture of Mamoo Khail, itorming the heicfats 
of Jttgdulluck, actions of Teaeen and Haft KotaUaod 
oocupation of Cabo^ Hei "'* 



camp to Sir Joseph Thaekwell in the action ot Ma- 
hanSoore on the 89th Dec 1B48 (Medal). He alao 
senred the SuUcJ campaign of 184i-0, indndiae cbe 
battles of Moodlcee, Feroseshah (chaiger killed), and 
Sobraott : Medal and two Clasps. Towards the close 
of the Sutm campaign he officiated as Depaty.As. 
slstant (lr..MasUr»General of the Cavalry Diviaion . 

Pa^ia«2«r.— Richard John Elrington, 2 Feb. 44 ; Ens. P24 March, 38; Lieut. 
A4futant.-"Lieut. John Percy Smith/ 29 Jan. 50. [P29 May, 39. 

Quarter-Master.'-John Fenn, 19 May, 46. 

^ur^eon.— Arthur Charles Webster, 30 June 48 ; AuUt.^Surg. 6 April 38. 
Assittant'Surffeons. — ^Thomas Fraser, M.D., 16 Dec. 46. 

Alexander Mackay Macbeth, 21 July 46. 
Veterinary Surgeonr^Thomta Siddell, 3 Feb. 47. 

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1 Lord Beanehamp serred in the Pcnininia with the ISUi Dragoons, firom March 18M to Sept ISIO^ and again from F«K 
1S14 to the end of that war. indnding the capture of Oporto, battle of TalsTcra, and passage of the Coa. Sererely wooaded 
In the neck, SSth Aug. 1810, In Masseaa*s adrsace to the battle of Bosaco. He has received the War Medal with one 
elasplbrTalaTcra. 

8 Captain Bowles aeired throaghout the campaifni of 1842 in Affgrhftnistan (medal) in the 8rd Light 
Dragoons, and was present at the forcing of the Khyber Pass, storm hug the heights of Jugdulluck, action at 
Teseen and Huft Kotnl, occapation of Cabool, and capture of IslatifT. He serred also In the Sutl^ cam* 
paign of 1846, and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 



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lfq;or,9 Aug.l3; Lieut.-Col. 20 Jan. 14; Col. 27 May 25; Mqjwr^Gen. 

lOJan.d?; £^.-G:en.9Nov. 46; Gen.20June54; CoZ. 11th Hub. 19 Nov. 47. 
ri«tf.-Coton€/.— John Dougla«,» Ens, P18 June29; LU P26 Oct. 33; Capt, 

Pll May 39; Brevet-Major, 11 Nov. 61; Mqjor, P24Dec.52; ZUut.-Col. 

20 Jane, 54. 
ATq/or.— Edmund Peel, Ens. p 18 Mar. 36 ; Lieut, p 1 7 July 40 ; Capt. p 3 Not. 

46; Major, 20 June, 54. 



Captains. 

William Foster 

Thomas Yorke Dallas • 
Edwin Adolphus Cook ^. 

James Miller 

W!iliam£nnl8<^ 

John IngUs 

H. Astley Trerelyan*,. . 
Edward Fellowes,^ «. • • • 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Alex. Roberts Dunn • . . 
Coleralne Robt. Yansittart 
R. R. H. Dungate, R.M. 

Roger Palmer 

George Ashby Maddock 
ArthurLyttleton Annesley 
George Barrington Price 

Edward Harnett 

Cornets. 

Charles Ley King 

JobnYates,a<i^'.Q.ir.0Jal758 
Edward Clndde Cockbum 
Geo. Edw. Bayly Potts. . 
George Boll 



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P 5 Dec. 4d 
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22 Jan. 47 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P17 0ct. 61 
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8 Dec. 54 

15 Mar. 53 

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10 QuBrter-Matter Kauntze 
served with the llth Hustart 
at the tiege and capture of 
Bhurtpore in 16Sft-0. (Medal 
and one Clasp). 



P 28 July 54 
22 Sept. 54 

P 27 Oct. 54 

P 17 Not. 54 

P 15 Dec. 54 

Paymaster.-^Joeeph Hely,* 1 Dec. 48 ; Ens. 16 Feb, 
A^utant.^Cor. John Yates, 22 Sept. 54. 
Quarter-Master. — Henry Kauntze,^<* 1 April, 53. 
Surgeon. — John Burton St Croix Crosse, 16 June, 48 
Assist-Surgeon. — Henry John Wilkin, 13 Jan. 52. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — ^William Partridge. 

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39; Lieut, U Not. 45. 
; Assist.'Surg. 9 Oct. 40. 



I G«BcraI Wyndham serred the Penlnfular campaigns of 1808, 0, 11, and 19, Ineludiof the 
actiooa of Bolela, Vlmiera, Benevente, Albuhera, Utagre, Morale de Toro, Yittoria, and the Fjrenef*. 
Served alio the campaign of 1816, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. He has reccircd the War Medal 
«itli fcKir claeps for Roleia, Ylmiera, Albuhera, and Vlttoria. 

% UcnL-Col. Doaglas commanded the llth Hussars at the battle of Balaklara. 

i Captalna Cook and Trerelyan were wounded at Balaklava. 

S Capt. Banis terred in the llth Hussars at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore In 18SS-0 (Medal). 

7 Mejor FelloireB serred the Eastern campaign of 1864 as D. A. Q. M. O. Caralry DiTision, including 
tfct battles of the Afana, BalaklaTS, and lukerman, and siege of Sebastopol. 

9 PiSjrmuter Hely serred as a captain in the let Lancers of the late Anglo-Spanish Legion, In 1896 snd 30, 
snd was engaged at the castle of Ouerara, the stronghold of the Carlists; and afterwards at Mendegur, Aiua 
sad heijrhu of Arlaban in Alara on the 10th, I7th, and 18th Jan. 1886; also at the passage of the Vnimea' 
00 the S8th May, and commanded the squadron which took Passages on tljat day. Again on the right of 
the liaes when Alxa was attacked i together with constant skirmishes in front of Vittorla. 



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38 12th {Prince of WaUs's)RoyalRegt. of Lancers. 1 fj^fe?)^ 

— — I Qn. Bangalore. 

The Sphinx, with the words, « EGYPT"—" PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO." 
C7o2(m«2.— V Sir Henry John Gumming/ KCH. Cornet^ 12 May, 1790 ; Lt. 

9 Feb. 93 ; Capt, 21 Feb. 94 ; MqjoTy 25 Oct. 98 ; Ueui-Col. 17 Feb. 1803 ; 

Cktl. 1 Jan. 12; Mcotrr-Qen. 4 June, 14; lAeut.-Qen, 22 July, 30; Qen. 9 

Nov. 46 ; CoL 12th Lancers, 20 Jan. 37. 
jLf.-Coto.— Edward Pole,« Comet, p 7 July, 25 ; X*. p 19 Sept. 26 ; CapU p 18 

Nov. 31 ; MtQWy 30 July, 44; Lieut. -CoL p30 March, 47 ; Col. 28 Not. 64. 
Wm. Heathcote Tottenham,' Comet, p 13 Dec. 33 ; X^. p 23 Oct. 35 ; Capt. p 7 

July 43 ; Mqj, p 22 Feb. 50 ; Brev.-Lt.-CoL 28 May, 53 ; U.-CoU 29 July, 63. 
Jlf<t;Vw*.— David Arthur Monro,* Corned, p 28 Dec. 38 ; X^ p 1 June 41 ; Capt, 

P 1 May, 46 ; Major, 29 July, 53. 
Lawrence Pyler,* Ene. p 7 Sept. 26; Ueut. PlO July28; Capt, p? Feb. 34; 

Brev.-Mqjor, 19 June, 46; Mqfor,^! April, 48 ; Brev,'Lt.-Col. 20 June 54. 



Captains. 
Thomas G. Alex. Oakes® 
Edw. Burgoyne Cureton^ 
J.De Montmorency Prior* 

George Home 

Geo. Cha. Selwyn Durant* 
Arthur W.Williams* 

Charles Marr* 

Chandos Fred. Clifton i<». . 
John Kincaid Lennox * , 

Henry Brett 

Lieutenants. 
George Thomas Gough ** 
Robt. HerbertHeath Jary * 
John Edward Swindley " 

Andrew Gammell 

Ralph Shelton Bond >* . . 

Valentine Baker ^* 

Thos. Heathcote Stisted'* 

Robert Hodgson'* 

Charles Joseph Harford. . 
Fred. William Goldfrap . . 
Augustus Barton White. . 
Jeremiah Hancocke .... 

Thomas Penton " ...... 

Arthur William Coape . . 
Edward Brown,* Acy. . . 
Alexander Fletcher .... 

Robert Edward Roe .... 

John Wynter Jas. GIffbrd 
Charles Steel 

Cornets. 

Arthur Murray, R. M. . . 

Francis Theophilus Blunt 

Cyril White 

Fitzhardlnge Jones 



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P 16 Jan. 46 

21 June 39 
31 Dec. 41 

P 19 June 35 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P 5 Nov. 47 
P25May 48 
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P 19 Oct. 49 
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4 Apr. 46 
P 23 Not. 49 

15 Jan. 47 

16 Apr. 46 
P 11 July 51 
P 1 Aug. 48 

3 Apr. 46 

20 Dec. 44 

P 16 Jan. 46 

P24 Dec. 47 

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S Lt.>Col. Pole emnaiaBied the 
12tli Ltnoert in the Kafir war of 
18S1-9-1. 

1 Lt.*Col. Tottenham Mrred with 
the ISth Laacen in the KalBr war 



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of 1861-2<3, and was promo 

the Brevet rank of Lfettt.<Col. for 

his lerficet. 

4 Mai. Moan aadCaptt. Dnrant, 
Wiiliamt, Marr, and Lennoi, Lt. 
Jarr and Browne, served with the 
12th Irfinoen in the Kaffir war of 
1861-S.S. 

6 Lt-Col. Pyler eenred with the 
16th Lanoen duriaf ttie eampaign in 
Afl^baniftanvnder iiord Keaac, in- 
eluding tbe tlege and capture of 
Oburaee (Medal). AIm at the battle 
oi Maharaipore (Medal) S9 Dec. 
IMS ; and in the campaign on the 
Sutlcj in 1846 ( Medal). Ineludinc tbe 
battles of Boddiwal and AUwal. at 
whleh last he was severely woonded 
by a musket shot whilst charing 



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large body of Inftatry with three 
gnns in their fhmt» and which be 
broke througb and dispened, being 
the last of the enemy'i infkntry 
which stood tlioir gfoond % for this 
seiTiee he reeelTCd the BrcTct rank 
of Major. Served also in the Pun. 
Jaub campaign (Medal) of idit>-9 
with the Srd Li^t Dragoons. 



17 June 53 
P 4 Aug. 54 
P 14 Sept. 54 
P 15 Sept. 54 
Paymaiter^—Blayuey T. Wal8he/*3 Oct. 48 ; Eru. p 28 Aug.dS ; Lt. 31 Dec. 89. 
Acyutant.— Lieut. Edward Brown, 18 Oct. 53. 
Quarter-Master.—mQhaBl Bbike, 18 July 48. 

Surgeon.— Bdw9rd Bailey Tnson, 10 Nov. 54 ; Assist. -Surg. 20 Aug. 44. 
AssistaTU-Surgeons. — Dudley Clifton Wodsworth, 10 Jan. 51. 

Gavin Ainalie TurnbuU, 16 Aug. 50. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Thomas Hurford, 25 Jan. 39. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agent, George Samuel Collyer, Esq. 
1 Sir Hen. John Camming lenrcd with the 11th Dragoons inFlanden, and was present in eTerj action that 
occurred, incl uding the sieges of Valenciennes and Dunkirk ; and battles of Famars andCateau : also the winter 
campaign of 17i>4 In Holland, and that to the Helder In 1700. Served also tiro years in the Peninsula, in 
command of the ilth Light Dragoons, including the action of £1 Bodon, (wounded by a sabre cut in the arm,) 
and battle of Salamanca, for which latter he has received the gold medal. 

6 Capt. Oakes Mrred with the 13th Iiancers In the Kaffir war of 1851-2-3. 

7 Capt. Cureton serrod with tbe 16th Lancers in the action at Maharajpore 29th Dec.]84S (Medal); ond 
with the Srd Light Dragoons during the campaign of IS45-6 on the SutleJ; including the battles of 
Moodkee (severely wounded) and Sobraon, for which he has received a Medal and one Clasp ; and served 
with the 12th Lancers in the Kaffir War of 1851-53. 

8 Capt. Prior lerred with the ISth Lancers throoghoat the Kaffir War of 18*1-53, indadiiig the paassge of, and opera- 
lions across, the Kei. 

10 Capt. Clifton served with the 0th Lancers in the campaign on the SutleJ in 1840, and was present at 
t\in battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

11 Lieut. Googh lerred witli tlie Srd Lirht Dragoons in India and was present throoghoat the wliole of tlie Pnniaab 
campaign of 1848-9, indading the action of Ramnugipir ; passage of the River Chenab ; battles of Soodoolapore, ChitUaa- 
wallah, and 6ocd«nt (medal and two clasps). Served also with the 18th Boval Lancers in the Kaffir war of 1851-f 

' skmeaU of caTalry with General Cathcart's column at the action of Berea, SO Dec. 1859. 

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*^"iS5r&Sin.*'*^**'] 1^^* Regiment of Light Dragoons. 39 

On the ebaeoes aud appointmenU, the HottOi " Yiret in JBtemuin,**-^** PENINSULA"^*" WATB&LOO." 

CoUmel.^J^ 98i Hon. Edward Pyndar Lygon^^ CB. Sub-'Zieut, 1 June, 03; 

LieiU. 7 Nov. 06 ; Captain, 15 Feb. 08 > Lieut.-Colonel, 27 April, 15 ; 

Colonel f 27 April, 22; Mt^or^Oeneral, 10 Jan. 37; Lt.-Gen, Nor. 46; 

Oen. 20 Jane 54 ; Colonel, 13th Light Dragoons, 29 Jan. 45. 
Lieut, 'Colonel.^ChBTlen Edmund Doherty,* Comet, p 24 Apr. 85; Lieut, p 6. 

Jan. 37 ; Capt. p 4 Sept. 40 ; Mqjor, p 23 June 48 ; Lieut.^Col. p 12 Oct. 52. 
Jfijyor.— William Richard Ormsby Gore, Entign, P29 Dec. 35; lAeut. p 12 
Apr. 39 ; Capt. p 19 May 46 ; Mqjor, p 12 Oct. 52. 



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Captains. 

Henry Holden 

Soame Gambler Jenyns^ 

Arthur Tremayne^ 

Hon. J. W. H. Hutchinson 
Percy Shawe Smith' .... 
Peter Valentine Purcell 
Edward Lennox Jervis* . . 
John William Clayton •• 

LiBUTENANTS. 

John Daris, R.M 

Edward Raleigh King^ . . 
George Maxwell Goad^ . . 
FitzRoy Donald Maclean 
DenzilTho.Chamberlayne' 

John Dearden 

Robert Macneill 

James Edward Vivian 

COBNBTS. 

Henry Oldman Munn 
George Gardner,* a4j. 



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P 16 June 48 
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26 Oct. 54 

26 Oct. 54 

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Pajfmatter.^Edm. Ben tlcy Frith, 7 Sept. 41 ; Hne. p31 Oct. 34 ; Z^. p 3 Nov. 37, 

Atb'utant.^Comet George Gardner, 27 Sept. 54 

Quarter^Moiter. — 

Surgeon. — Joshua Paynter, 11 Feb. 48; Aisigt.-Surg. 11 Jan. 39. 

Asaiit.'Surg. — Lancelot Armstrong, 7 April 54. 

Veterinary Surg. — ^Thomas John Towers, 12 May 54. 

Blue^Facings Buff.-^Agenti, Messrs. Cox Sc Co* 

1 Geoend the Honourable Edward P. Lygon lenred in the Peninsula with the Snd Life Guards, from 
Not. 1818 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Ylttoria, for which he hasreeeiyed the 
War Medal with one clasp. Senred also the campaign of I8IS, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

S Colonel Dohertj commanded the 18th Light Dragoons in the Eastern campaiirn of 1864, including 
tbetwtttoofthe Alma. 

4 Major Jeayns was at the Alma and BaiaklaTa. At the latter he commanded the 18th Light Dragoonsi 
and reeeired Breret rank as Mi4or(horie killed). 

8 Captaina Tremajne, Bmiih, and Jervis; Lieutenants Goad, Chamberlayne, and Gardiner, were at the 
Alma and Balaklava. Captain Tremajne commanded a party which was fired into by the Russians the daj 
before the Alms. 

8 Lieutenant King was at the Alma. 



is Lt. Swtadlcy sad Bsker wnred with the ISth Lanecrt In the Kaffir War ori85S-8. 

14 UeuU Stiated wnred the Satlcj campaign of 184S*9 with the 8rd Light DragooM. and was prSMat at the affair of 
' IT, Che panaice of the Chenab at Wuseerabad on the Ist .Dec. 1848, with the force under 8ir Joseph Thaekwell ; 



rSadeolapora^ battle* of Chillianwailah (wonudedand charger wounded) and Ooojerat (Medal and two Claips) the 
Ik Lienl. Bond waa one of the few inrriTora of the ill-fated ship Birke»keai, wrecked on Danger Point. Cape of Good 
Hope, 38 Feb^ 188S. He afterwards served in the KaOr War of 18S2-68, and was present at the action of Berea. 

II Ueat. Hodgaon was present with the 16th Lancers at the siege ana capture oi Btaurtpore in 1825-8,«nd was a Tolonteer 
tor tae diamoiuited cavalry storming party (Medal and one Clasp). Also present in the action of MahanOpor* i" Dec. 1848 
'^ ial). He senred also with the 8rd Light Dragoons in the StttH campaign of i84€» and waa prrtent at the battle of 
son (Medal). Served thnraghont tht Fnqiaub campaign of 1848-9, including the ai&ur at Bamnnggur (charger 
ided),ihc paisage of the Chenab at Wuseerabad on the lit Dee. 1848, with the force nnder Sir Joseph Tbackwell, 
jn of Sadcolapore, and battles of Chillian wallah and GoQJerat (Medal and Two Clasps). 
18 Lieut. PentoB serred with the 8rd Light Dragoons throughout the SutleJ campaign of 1848-6, and 
va^ preeent at the battles of Moodkee (charger killed;, Feroxeshah (charger killed), and Sobraon (Medal 
snd two Clasps). Also throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1H48-9, including tlie cavalry aflkir at Ram- 
BQg^or, passage of the Chenab at Wuseerabad on the lit Dec. 1848 with the force under Sir Joseph Thack* 
well,|setlon of Sadoolapore, and battles of Chilliaowallah and Goojerat (Medal and two Clasps;. 

10 Paymaster Walsbe terred with the 0th Regt. throughout the campaign of 184S in Aflt^banlitan 
f Hfdal) aiid«*r Sir George Pollock, including the storming the Khyber Pass, taldng the Fort of Mamoo 
Khali, storming the helghu of Jugdulluck, action in the Tezeen Vnlley, clearing the heights of Huft 
Kotttl, awl storming the Town of Islaliff. Served in the Kafflr War of 1851-58. 



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fiulV] l^tk ( The King's) Regt of Light Dragoons. [nSfr^/SInU, 

PRUSSIAN EAGLE"—" DOURO"—" TALAVER A"-" FUKXTES D'ONOR"—" SALAMANCA"' 
rTORIA'»— " ORTHES"— " PENINSULA"-" PU N J AUB"-" CHI LUAN WALLAH"-" GOOJERAT." 
Co2(m€2.— V QSIHdn. Henry Murray,* CB. Cornet^ 16 May, 00; Lt, 11 June, 

01; Capt. 24 Aug. 02; Mt^or^ 26 March, 07; X*.- Co/. 2 Jan. 12; Col. 

22 July, 30; MaJwOen, 28 June, 38; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 61; CoL 14th 

Light Dragoons, 18 March 63. 
Lt.'Cols.—HenTy Edward Doherty,« CB, Comet, p 81 Dec. 33 ; Lt. p 16 July 36 ; 

Capt, P 1 7 May 39 ; Me{j., p 22 Oct. 47 ; LU-CoL 23 Nov. 48 ; Co/., 28 Nov. 64. 
Charles Steuart,' Comet y 10 Dec. 26; Lieut. p6 Feb. 29; Capt. p9 Nov. 38 : 

Mqjor, P 26 April, 48 ; Lt.-Col, 7 July, 60 ; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 
if £i;or*.— William Wllmer/ Cor. p16 June 30; Lieut. 11 Apr. 33; Capt. p 31 

Dec. 39 ; Breo.'M(^or, 11 Nov. 61 ; MqjoTy p 30 Dec. 63. 
Arthur Scudamore,' Cor. p 29 May, 36 ; Lieut. 18 Feb. 38 ; Capt. p 22 Oct. 47 ; 

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Wm. Augustus Gaussen* 
Richard Herbert Gall> . . 
John Augustus Todd* . . 
Pearson Scott Thompson*' 
Rich.Buckley Prettejohn" 
Robert Johnston Brown 
William M'Mahon"... 

Thomas Barrett^ 

Arthur Need"* 

Henry Elmhirst Reader/^ 
Lieutenants. 

William English* 

John Theodore Ling*. . . . 
Taylor Lambard Mayne* 
William D'UrbanBlyth« 

John Dudgeon*^ 

Thomas Edward Gordon*^ 
Charles Edwyn Wyatt 
Frederick Yansittart . . 

James Leith • . 

Alex. Edgar McGregor 
H. Topham Clements adj. 
Claudius Buchanan Whbh 
W.H.Trav.Clarke Travers 
Standish Radley Jackson 

Robert Chadwick 

Charles Wemyss Thesiger 
Henry Wm. M. Hathway 
Lawrence St.Patr. Gowan 
Bdw. Orlando V. Haldane 

CORKBTS* 

Lawrence Mtickenzie 
Leonard Redmayne 
George Meyrick Dew 

James Giles 

Wm. Henry S. Beamish 



CORNET. 



P 17 Aug. 38 
P 3 July 36 
P 28 Apr. 37 
P 6 Aug. 42 
P23Feb. 38 
P31 Dec. 41 
P 26 Nov. 42 
Pll Dec 46 
P 13 Oct. 39 
24 Nov. 43 

P 16 May 46 
P 4 Apr. 46 
P 6 Aug. 41 
P 22 Oct 47 
P31 Mar. 48 
P 27 Oct. 48 
P 18 July 48 
P 1 Dec. 48 
4 May 49 
2 Apr. 47 
P 17 May 60 
19 Aug. 61 
P20 Aug. 61 
P 12 Dec. 61 
P 17 Dec. 62 
P 6 Aug. 63 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P20 8ept.63 
P 30 Sept. 63 



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8 Apr. 42 
7 Dec. 38 
P 14 June 39 
P 7 June 44 
P18 0ct. 39 
P 16 May 46 
P 6 Nov. 46 
P 21 Jan. 48 
P 17 June 42 
9 Aug. 46 

23 Apr. 47 
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P20 Dec. 42 

22 Feb. 40 
P22 Feb. 60 

17 Sept. 60 
P 8 Mar. 60 
P 31 Oct. 61 
P 27 May 63 
P 29 May 49 

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P 30 Sept. 63 
P 30 Sept. 63 
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27 Nov. 48 

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17 Sept. 60 

16 Mar. 63 

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P 30 Dec. 63 

1 June 64 

P 1 Dec. 64 



9 Colonel Dohertj Mired with 
the 14th Lt. Dn. throaghout the 
Ptti^eab campMgn of 1848-9; in- 
cloduig the action of Bamnvcgnr. 
pMMge of the Cheneb, battln of 
CliillianwaUah and Goo^cnt, mr- 
■nit of the enemy acnee tho Jhe. 
Ittm, and of the AiTi^hans over the 
Indue through the Khyber P«u 
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laane). 
nagfur he brought the ehnffviBr 
■Quadront, under Col. Havelork 
who waa killed, acroei the nnllah 
and out of the enemy't entrench* 
' and at Goojerat he com- 
a body of H. M.*a Dt». 
goona and NatiTe Light Cavalry. 



t MiJ. Beodamore and Capt. Todd ecnredwith the 
4th Lt. Dn. throughout the campaign in Affghaaietaa 
in 1838*S9, including the aiege and capture of Ghut- 
nee (Medal). They ■erred with the 14th Lt. Drs. 
throughout the Pumanb campaign of 1848-9^ incladiB|p 
the action of Baranuggur, passage of the Chenab, 
battles of Cbillianwallah and Gooaent, pursuit of the 
enemy across the Jhelum, and of the Aflghans over the 
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Indus through the Khyber Pass (MedJ and Clasps). 
*'*'"* Slightly woimded at Bamnvggur, 



P 18 Oct. 63 
P 18 Oct. 63 
P 18 Oct. 63 
P 80 Dec. 63 
P 1 Dec. 64 

and dangerously at Goo|)crat. 

Patffnatter.-^WillitLm Fetherstonhaugh, 16 June, 49 ; JSne. p 8 April, 41 ; 

Atjfjutant. — Lieut. Henry Topham ClementB, 1 Dec 64. [Lt. P29 March^ 44. 

Quarter-Master. — ^Thomas Bennett, 9 Aug. 60. 

^Kr^eon.^ Archibald Stewart,'^ 12 Feb. 47 ; Attist.-Surg. 19 Feb. 36. 

A8siMtant^Surgeon$.—^\x9j\eA Hamilton Fasson,** 12 July « 44. 

Veterinary Surgeon.— Wi\^9m C. Lord, 26 Jan. 45. 

Blue — Facings BcaxleL-^Agent, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

Llent-Oeneral the Hon. Henry Mumj terred in Naples. Sicilj, sod Calabria, In 1806-7. Accom- 
ed the cipedltlon to Egypt In March 1807, and was present, at an Aide-de-camp, at the attack on 
andria, siege and storming of Rosetta, and on everj other occaaion when our troops wer« engaged, 
ed at Walcheren in 1800, including the siege snd tarrender of Flushing. Went with the 18th Huacars 
le Peninsula in Jan. 1818 ; present at the crossing of the Eslar, and commanded the regiment in sup- 
of the 10th Hussars at the action of Morales de Toro. Serred also in the campaign of 1816, including 
tmttle of Qoatre Bras; commanded the rear rrgiment of the Column on the retreat during the following 
; and, at the battle of Waterloo, he led the 18lh Hussars in the brilliant charge of Sir Hussey Vivian'a 
ade, at the conclusion of the action. 

Colonel Steuart serred wllh the 14th Lt Drs. in the Punjaub campaign of 1 848-0, including the battles 
hillianwallah (sabre wound) and Goojerat, pursuit of the enemy across the Jhelum, and of the Aflbbana 
the Indus threughthe Khyber Pass (Medal and Clasps). 

M^jor Wllmer served with the 10th Lancers througbout the campaign in AfTithanistan In 1898 and 
ncluding the siege and capture of Ohucnee (Medal). He was also present in the action of Mahanjpore, 
l>ee. 1848 (Medal). He served with the ]4ih Lt. Drs. throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, 
iding the action of Ramnuggur. passage of the Chenab, battles of Cbillinnwnllah and Ooojprat, pursuit 
ia enemv across tht Jhelum. and of the Affghsns over tbs Indus snd through the Khyber Pass (Medal 



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« EMSDORF"— " EGMONT-OP-ZEE"— « VILLIERS EN COUCHE"— 

« SAHAGUK"— « VITTOHIA"—" PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO. " 

Colonel.— V Thomas WiUiam Brotherton,» CB. :Em. 24 Jan. 1800; Lieut, ic 

Copt. 27 July, 01 ; Afqj. 28 Nov. 11 ; Lt.-Col. 19 May 14 : CoU 22 July 30 ; 

Mqjor-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut. -Gen. 11 Nov. 61; Coh 16th Hussars, 38 

May 49. 
Lieut.'Colonel.—GeoT%Q William Key, Cornety p5 July, 31 : Lieut. 25 Auc. 

33; Capt. p16 Sept. 37; Mqjor, p14 June, 42; Lieut.-Col. 9 Feb. 47; 

Col. 28 Nov. 64. ' 

itfiuorj.— Charles Higginson Teush-Hecker, Comet, p29 Aug. 26: Lieut, p 9 

Jan. 28 ; Capt. 2 June, 39 ; Mqjor, p 8 March, 60. 
Richard Knox, Comet, p 28 June 31 ; Lieut. 20 Apr. 34 : Capt. 9 Mar. 42 • 

Brev.'^fqj. 20 June 64 ; Mqj. P 8 Dec. 64. ' 



Captains. 
Francis Woodley Home 

John Brett 

Thomas J. Kearney .... 
Lord Spencer S. Compton 
Thomas R. Crawley,' ,.. 
Henry Lee,^ 



Lieutenants. 

Charles Walpole Hinxman 

Geo.Stoney Swinny, R.M. 

Horace Trower 

James Boyd Miller 

Wm. Veall Oreetham,^^'. 
X<^(2WalterC.M.D.Scott 
Thomas Francis Maade. . 



Cornets. 
Geo. Travers Macartney 

Charles Sewell 

William Edington Stuart 
William Henry Home • . 
Edward Walker 



CORNET. 



P31 Aug. 32 
P 10 Oct. 34 

27 Jan. 37 
P 1 Nov. 39 

19 Dec. 34 
P 12 Oct. 39 



25 Oct. 42 
P 14 June 42 
P 30 Aug. 42 
P 7 July 43 
P31 May 44 
P 23 Nov. 52 
P 15 Oct. 50 



LIEUT. 



P 6 Sept. 33 
P 14 Apr. 87 
8 May 40 
P 20 Oct. 48 
9 Mar. 42 
P 29 July 44 



P30May 46 

12 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 

7 Jan. 47 

P 30 July 47 

P 16 June 64 

p 8 Dec. 64 



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P 19 Aug. 42 
9 Feb. 46 
3 Sept. 47 
P 29 Dec. 46 
P 13 Oct. 64 
P 8 Dec. 64 



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20 June 64 



3 Capt. Crawley was present 
at the cloBiDg operations before 
Mooltan and at the surrender 
of the citadel 22nd Jan. 1840. 
He served as extra aide-de- 
camp to Sir Henry Dundas 
commanding the Bombay Divi- 
Bion of the army of the Pun- 
Jaub daring the march from 
Mooltan and the subsequent 
operations, and was present at 
the batUe of Goojerat (Medal) 
and in the pursuit of the Sllih 
army to the river Jhelum. 

4 Captain Lee was preient with the lAtfa Lane«n In 
the action at Mabarajpore. S9th Dec. I848, and has re- 
ceived the Bronie Star. 



Pl9Aug.5l 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P21 Nov. 61 
P27 Aug. 62 
P 24 Nov. 64 
Paymaster.— James Gustavus Hamilton Holmes. 24 Feb. 37 : Ens. Pll June. 80: 

ii€ttf.P2Aug.33. 
Adjutant.— Lieut, William Veall Greetham, 25 June 62. 
Quarter-Master.— "S^dlUir Clarkson, 1 Sept. 48 ; Cornel, 20 Aug. 44. 
Surgeon.— John Mure, M.D. 24 Dec. 47 j Assist. Surg. 4 Oct. 39. 
Assistant'Surgeon. — ^John Griffith, 1 Sept. 64. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— WilUtan Thacker, 14 July 47. 

Blue — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from Madras, 20 June 1864.] 

I Lleut.-Oeneral Brotherton served in Egypt under Sir Salnh Abercromby In 1801 ; in Germany under 
Lord Catbcart in 1805; In Portugal, Spain, and France duilng the whole of the Peninsular War from 1808 
to 1814, and has received the War Medal with seven clasps for the battles of Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Sala- 
manca (wounded), Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive, in which last battle he was wounded and taken 
prisoner. Besides these he was present at all the cavalry affairs and skirmishes in which his Regt. the 14th 
Light Dragoons was engaged, and was at the action on the Coa : he was wounded several times in these 
afcirmJsbes. 



8 Captains Gaussen, Prettcjohn, and Barrett, Lieutenants English, Ling, Mayne, and Blytb, served 
thrmighout the Pui^aub campaign of 1848-9, including the action of Bamnuggur (with the charging 
squadrons), passage of the Chenab, battles of ChiUionwallah and Oo<4erat, pursuit of the enemy across 
the Jhelum, and of the Altghans over the Indus through the Kbyber Pass (Medal and Clasps). 

Capt. Gall served with the 14th Lt. Drs. throughout the Pui^aub campaign of 1848-0, including the 
action of Bamnuggur (with the charging squadrons), battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat, (Medal and 
Clasps). He received a severe sabre wound at Bamnuggur in an effort to seize one of the enemv's standards. 

10 LleuU. Dudgeon and Gordon served in the Pupjaub campaign of 1848-0, including the battles of 
ChiUiaiiwallah and Goojerat, pursuit of the enemy across the Jhelum, and of the Afl^bans over the Indus, 
tbnmgb the Kbyber Pass (Medal and Clasps). 

1$ Captain Thompson served with the 7th Dragoon Guards against the Insurgent Boers in South Africa la 
1849; and likewise in the Kaffir War of 1846-7. 

15 Capt. M'Mahon served in the Pnnjaub campaign of 1848-0 : at the first siege of Mooltan, including 
the attack on the enemy's position in front of the advanced trenches, 12 Sept. 1848 ; with the charging 
■tiaadnnis of the 14th Lt. Dragoons at Bamnuggur (very severely wounded), and at the battles of Chillian- 
wallah and Go<4erat ; was also present at the surrender of the Selkh army at Bawul Pindee, and pursuit of 
the Affghans to Peshawur (Medal and Clasps). 

IS* Captain Need served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-0 as Alde-de-Carop to General Whish, and was 
pfesent daring the whole of the siege operations against and capture of Mooltan; after which be wos at 
lh« batt1« of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

14 Capt. Reader served in the pursuit of the enemy across the Indus in 1840 (Medal). 

16 Surgeon Stewart served with the Otli Lancers in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1840, and was present at 
the battle of Sobraon (Medal). He served with the 14th Lt. Drs. througliout the Pui^jauh campaign of 
1848-9, incloding the battles of Bamnuggur, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

15 Aasist-Sorgeoo Fasson served with the Mrd in the csropaign on the Sutlej, and was present at Biiddi- 
wal aad Alhral (Medal). He served with the 14th LL Drs. throughout the Puqjaub campaign of 1648-0, In- 



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42 lethjTTie Queen's) Regt of Li. D rag. {Lancers). [^"^o^K^ 

'*TALAVBRA»— "FUBNTES D'ONOR"— "SALAMANCA"— "VITrORrA"—"NIVB" 
" PENINSULA" — " WATERLOO" — " BHURTPORE" — " AFFGHANI8TAN"— 
"GHUZNBE"— "MAHARAJPORB-"— "ALIWAL."— "80BRA0N." 

CoZ.--V «» Sir Joseph Thackwell,i GCB. KH. Cor, 23 Apr. 00 ; Li. 13 June 01 ; 

Capt. 9 Apr. 07; Afq;. 18 June 16; Lt.-CoL 21 June 17 i Col, 10 Jan. 37 ; 

Mqf.'Gen. Nov. 46; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 64; Col. 16th Lanoen, 10 Not. 49. 
Lieui.'CoUmel.—John Rowland Smyth, CB.,* Comet, p6 July, 21 ; Lieut. p26 

May, 26; Capt. P22 April, 26; Mqfor, p17 Aug. 41; Brevet-Lt.-CoL 19 

Jane, 46; Xitfu/.-CoZ. P 10 Dec. 47 ; C(92. 20 June 64. 
Jlf^yor*.— Thomas Pattle,» Comet, p 18 June 34; Lt. p 23 Dec. 36; Capt. p 7 

May 47 ; Mqfor, p 13 Dec. 60. 
William Thomas Dickson, Otmet, p23 Apr. 47; Lieut, P26 Feb. 48; Capt. 

P26 Apr. 51 ; Mqjor, p 19 May 54. 



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Captains. 
Thomas Woolaston White 
Francis William Grant . . 

Lancelot Halton 

RobertGoff 

David Barclay 

John Edmond Severne, s. 

Lieutenants. 
Patrick Djuojif^aii^utant 
Henry Eustace Leader . . 
Bdwwrd Tottenham Irvine 
F. C. Hanbury WUliams 
James Christine Hart,t.. 

James Stewart 

Joseph Tarratt 

Cornets. 

John Dynon,' R.M 

J.P.Wm.Gwynne Holford 
Hugh D'Arcy P. Bamell 
Geo. Wm. Hutton Riddell 



CORNET. 



P 7 May 47 
P 2 July 47 
P26Feb. 48 
P 7 Apr. 48 
P 13 April 49 
P 17 May 60 

29 May 39 
P16 May 61 
P 17 Oct. 61 
Pll June 62 
P 9 July 62 
P 12 Aug. 63 
P 18 Feb. 63 

2 Apr. 60 
P 14 April 64 
P 14 July 54 
P 21 July 64 



P 7 Apr. 48 
P 1 Sept. 48 
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P 2 Apr. 60 
P27 Feb. 62 

16 June 42 
P 12 Oct. 62 
P 1 July 63 
Pll Oct. 63 
P 19 May 64 
P 13 Oct. 64 
P 8 Dec. 64 



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P 23 Sept. 61 
P21 Sept. 62 
P 12 Oct. 62 
P 1 July 63 
Pll Oct. 63 
P 13 Oct. 54 



8 M^for Patll0 lerrtd with the leth 
LaaeerB darfiif the campaign in Aff. 
ffbaalstan nndar Lotd Kcane, anit 
was pretent at the alcfc and eaptor* 
of OhnsaeeC Medal). AUo the earn, 
palfnon tha SnUai In 1846» laelndlnc 
tha hatUes of BnddlwaU Allwal, 
(aroundad) and Sobraon (Madal and 
Claaps). 



Paymaster, — George Frederick Rosser/ 28 May, 47 ; Sne. 20 Aug. 36. 

AcfftUant.— Lieut. Patrick Dynon/ 12 Dec. 39. 

Quarter-Master. — George Lamb," 4 June, 47. 

i9ttrp«<m.— Arthur Wood,M.D.> 21 Aug.40; A.-S. 19 Nov. 26; lf.-^.22Dec. 26. 

Assist.-Surgeon. — 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Francis Frederick Collins, 8 Dec. 48. 
Scarlet — FtuAngs Blue. 
Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.—- Jruft Agent, John Atkinson, Esq. 
[Betumedf^'om Bengal, 26 Dec. 1846.] 
1 Sir /oieph Tlnckwell lerred ih« eampalgn i.. GalUeia and Leon aodar Sir John Moore, and was engaged 
in several fiktnnisbet, and present at the battle of Goranna. Served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in the 
Peninsula, including the batfles of Ylttoria, the Pjrenees in front of Pampeiuna. 87th, 28th, Wih, and 30th 
July ; bloekade of Pampeiuna, firom 18th to the 81st Oct. when it surrendered; battle of Orthes, affair at 
Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse ; besides many affaire of advanced guards, outposts, Ace. Served also the 
campaign of 1816, including the action at Quatre Bras, the retreat on the following daj, and battle of 
Waterloo. Commanded the cavalry division of the army of the Indus during the jLfl^hanlstan campaign ; 
was present at the storm and capture of Ghuznee ; and commanded the 2nd column of the armj on its 
mardi from Cabool to Bengal. Commanded the cavalry division in the action at Mahari^pore on the29tii 
Dec. 1848. Contused on the right shoulder at Vittoria, and severely wounded at Waterloo (left arm ampu- 
tated close to the shoulder) in charging a square of Infantry ; had also two horses shot under him. He 
commanded the cavalry in the battie of Sobraon (Medal); as also in the late Puijaub campaign (Medal 
and Claspe). Has received the silver War Medal, with three Clasps. 

5 Colootl Smyth served with the 16th Laneera at the siege of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combenaerc (Medal). He was 
also present with the Regt. in the action of Habanjporc, 29 Dec. 4S (Medal) ; and in the campaign on the Sotl^ in 1846, 
including the battles of Buddlwal and AliwaU in the last of which he commanded the Regt. until severely woonded in the 
thigh by a musket-ball wliilst charging the enemy's infantry and guDS (Medal and Clasps). 

6 Lieut. Dynon serred with the 16th Lancers during the eampalgn In Aflkbanistan under Lord Keane, ineluding the 
siege and capture of Gburaee (Medal). He served also at the battle of Maharajpore (Medal), 9th Dec. 1641 % and in tho 
campaign on the SutieJ In 1846, including the batUes of Buddlwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (Medal and Clasps). 

6 Comet John Djmon aerred with the 16th Lancer* during the campaign in Affghanlstan under Lord Rcaae, Ineludbif 
the sl^e and capture of Ghnsnee (Medal). 

7 Paymaster Rosser was present at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, In 1815*6 ( Modal) . He scrrsd with the army of the 
Indus, under Lord Keane, in 1638 and 89, and waa present at the e^ture of Ohusnee (Medal). Ho was also ptcscat 
i the action at Maharajpore, Mh Dec 1848 ( Medal) i and alao at Buddlwal, AUwal. and Sobraon (Medal and Clasps). 

8 Qr.-Mast. Lamb serred with the 16th Lancers during the campaign In Affghanlstan under Lofd Kcano, inclndtav tbe 
siege and eaptnre of Ohusnee (Medal). Also at the battle of Maharijpore ( Medal) 19th Dee. 1641 » and in the campnicn 
•n the SvUeJ in 1846, ineluding the battle of Bnddiwal, AUwal. and Sobnum (Medal and Clasps). 

9 Doctor Wood served with the 9th Lancers in the Gwalior campaign in 1841 CMedalj i alao the eampalgn on the SatlcJ la 
1646, and was present at the batUe ef Sobraon (Medal). 



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Colanel^Wi Sir James Ma¥well Wallace,' KH. Comet, 14 Aug. 05; Lieut. 
5 June, 06; Ckipt. 22 Oct. 07; Mqfor, 1 Jan. 17; Lt.'Col. 25 Sept. 23 ; 
CoUmeU, 28 June 38; Major-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; '.Colonel 17th Lancers, 28 
Jan. 54. 

Lieui.'Colonel.-^J ohn Lawrenson, Comet, 12 Nov. 18; Lieut. 6 Dec. 21; 
Capt. P 27 Aug. 25 iBrev.-Mqjor, 28 June 38 ; Major, p 31 Dec. 30 ; Lieut.^ 
Col. P 27 June 45 ; Colonel, 20 June 54. 

Afq/or.— Henry Roxby Benson, Comet, p 31 Jan. 40 ; Lieut, p 15 April 42 j 
Capt. P27 June 45; Mqjor, 23 Oct. 64. 



Captains 
William Morris' 
Robert White*.... 
Godfrey Charles Moi^gan* 

Alez. Learmonth 

Sir William Gordon/ JB*. 
Lewis Edward Knight .. 
John W. Cradock Hartopp 
John Macartney . • 

LiBUTBNAHTS. 

Wm John Pearson Watson 
Thomas Taylor, R. M . • • 
John ChadwicV il4/- •• 
Sir Geo. Hector Lcith, J?*, 
George Orby Wombwell* 
Dtutj Curzon Lowe .... 

Arthur Bumand 

Henry Howard Barber.. 
Henry Baring 

CORNBTS. 

George H.LuttonBoynton 
Wm. Drury Nathl. Lowe 
Walter Digby Seymour 
John Gibsone 



P 18 June 42 
P 15 Oct. 47 
P 13 July 49 
P21 Aug. 49 
p 14 June 50 
P 17 Sept. 50 
Pie Sept. 51 
P 27 Sept. 33 



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26 May 

27 Feb. 
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P 21 Sept. 
P 28 July 
P 15 Sept. 
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1 Dec. 54 

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P22 Dee. 48 
P31 May 50 
P23 Aug. 50 
P 18 July 51 
P19 Aug. 51 
P 22 April 53 
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Paymoiter. — John Stephenson, 30 Apr. 47; Cor. 16 Feb. 44 ; Lt, 25 Sept. 45. 

Aiyutant.-^Lieut. John Chadwlck, 12 Mar. 52. 

Quarter-Maeter. — Charles James Ffennell, 10 Nov. 54 

Surgeon. — Hampden Hagh Massey, M.D., 28 Mar. 54 ; Ateiet.-Surg. 22 Nov. 44. 

Assist.'Surgeon.Si. John Stanley, 24 Feb. 54 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Stephen Price Constant, 15 Oct. 52. 

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Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

I Sir Vazvell Wallace while sertlng at the Cape of Good Hope at Captain 9Ist Light Dragoons, vas 
■eat in I81S in command of a iquadron of that Begt. into Caifiraria with Brigadier-General Graham's ex- 
utdlrtm which in seven months of hard and severe work drove the Caffres across the Great Fish River. 
H«served also the campaign of 1815, and was present in the action at Quatre Bras, the retreat on the 
17th June and battle of Waterloo. On the lOih June 1815 he wos appointed, by Major-General Baron 
Dornbenr Orderly Officer, to assist his Brigade- Major, Oapt. Robals; the General's Aide^e-camp, Captain 
Knidienbarg being talcen prisoner the following day, he tooit Robais as Aide-de-camp, and named Captain 
WaUaiee. AiSiog-Brigade-MaJor; and Robais being killed on the 18th, the Duke of Wellington confirmed 
Caotain Wallace on the Major-General's recommendation. 

9 Maior Morris served with the 16th Lancers at the battle of Mahrsjpore (medal). Also in the oampolKn 
an the Sutlcti. and waa present at Bttddlwal, Aliwal (wounded), and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). Com- 
jUJl^mlf^ the 17th Lancers at the battle of Balaklava (severely wounded), tor which he received brevet rank 

"'4 cS!ptain* White, Sir Wm. Gordon, and Lient. ChadwfclCi were severely wounded at Balaklava. 
5 Captain Morgan and Lieat. VVombwell were present at Balaklava and Inkerman. 



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■~ « LINCELLBS »— «• CORUNN A"— " BARROSA"— «« PENINSULA"—" WATPJILOO.* 
CdUmelj-^HU Boyal Highness Francis Albert AuguBtus Emanael, Ihiie qf 

Saxony, Prince qf Saxe-Coborg and Ootha, KG. KT. KP. GCB. GCMO. 

Held MarsJial, 8 Feb. 1840; Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, 23 Sept. 52. 
X^-CoZoii«Z.— Thomas Wood, C<?m«^, Pie Nov. 20 ;ii«<^.P 12 June 23; Capt. 

P 25 June 25 ; Brev,-Mqj. 28 June 88 ; Copt. & Lt.-Col. P28 June, 39; Col. 

11 Not. 51 ; M<0, p 24 Feb. 54 ; Lt.^CoL 20 June 54. 
Mqjors,—! James Bobertson Craufurd, Bns, 14 June, 21 ; JEns, 8c Lieut, p 29 
Aug. 22; Lt, ic Cap*, p 19 Sept. 26; Capt. & Lt.-CoU Pl8 Feb. 37; Col. 11 
Nov. 51; Jlfe^'or, 20 June 54. 

2 William Thornton, Bnt. & Lieut, p 8 Apr. 26; Lieut, k, Capt. p3 Dec. 30; 

Capt. k, Lieut.'Col. p 8 June 41. ; Col. 11 Not. 51 ; Major, 20 June 54. 

3 Charles William Ridley, .S<r#. & Lieut, p 21 Feb. 28 ; Lieut. & Capt. »U June, 
81 ; Capt.Jk Lieut.'Col. p 14 July 43; CoL 20 June 64 ; Mt^or, 19 Oct. 54. 

Captains and Lieut.-Colonels. 

2 Hon. Augustus Frederick Foley, JEns. & Lieut. p30 Dec. 28 ; Lieut. 8c Capt 
P 16 Mar. 32 ; Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. p 16 Feb. 44 ; Col. 20 June 54. 

3 Edward Birch Beynardson, £ns. p 5 Nov. 29; Etis. 8c Lieut, p 12 June 30; 
Lt. 8c Capt. P 12 Oct. 32 ; Capt. 8c Lt.-Col. p 5 April 44 ; Col. 20 June 54. 

1 Hon. Robert Bruce, s. Ens. 8c Lieut, p 18 June 30; Lieut. 8c Capt. p 22 Feb. 
33 ; Capt. 8c Lieut.-CoU p 2 Aug. 44 ; Col. 20 June 54. 

2 Charles Algernon Lewis, Comet y p 13 Oct. 25; Lieut. p15 Aug. 26; Capt. 
P 12 Apr. 33 ; Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. p 30 Dec. 45 ; Col. 20 June 54. 

3 Frederick William Hamilton,* Ens. 8c Lieut. 12 July 31 ; Lieut. Sc Capt. 
1 Dec. 36; Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. p3 April, 46 ; Col. 20 June 54. 

2 Hon. James Lindsay, Ens. 8c Lieut, p 16 Mar. 32 ; Lieut. 8c Capt. p 2 Dec. 36 ; 
Capt. 8c Lieut.'Col. p 14 Aug. 46 ; Col. 20 June 54. 

1 Henry Cartwright, Ens. 8c Lieut. P26 July 32; Lieut. & Capt. p 2 Jane 37 ; 
Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. p2 Oct. 46; Col. 20 June 54. 

3 Hon. George Cadogan, Ens. 8c Lieut, p 22 Feb. 33 ; Lieut. 8c Capt. p Jan. 
38; Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. p6 Aug. 47 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 

2 Henry George Conroy, Ens. & Lieut, p 21 June 33 ; Lieut. 8c Capt. p 1 2 
Jan. 38 ; Capt. 8c Lt.-Col. p 3 Mar. 48 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54 

2 Hugh Andrew Robert Mitchell, Ens. 8c Lieut, p 4 Oct. 33 ; Lieut. 8c Capt. 

P 7 July 38 ; Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. p 31 March 48 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54 
1 Edward Goulbum, Ens. 8c Lieut, p 27 Dec. 33 ; Lieut. 8c Capt. p 14 July 38; 

Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. p 18 July 48 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54 
1 Hoti. Alexander Gordon,'* s. Ens. 8c Lieut, p 2 May 34 ; Lieut. 8c Capt. p 15 May 

40 ; Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. p 10 April 49. 
1 William Nelson Hutchinson, Ens. 24 Feb. 20 ; Lieut. 25 Oct. 23 ; Capt. p 17 

June 26; M^jtyTy^A Dec. 32; Lieut.-Col. "^1 Sept. 41 ; Col. 11 Nov. 51. 

1 Robert Cavendish Spencer Clifford, Ens. 8c Lieut, p 5' June 35 ; Lieut. 8c 
Capt. P 14 Aug. 40; Capt. 8c Lt.-Col. P22 March 50. 

2 John Arthur Lambert, Ens. 8c Lieut, p 10 July 35 ; Lieut. 8c Capt. p 1 1 Sept 40 ; 
Capt. 8c Lieut.'Col. p 15 Nov. 50. 

1 Hervey Hopwood, Ens. 21 Sept. 30; Ens. 8c Lieut. P24 July, 35; Lieut, k 
Capt. V 30 Oct. 40 ; Capt. 8c Lt.-Col. p 27 Dec. 50. 

3 Hon. H^jiry Hugh Manvers Percy," Ens. 8c Lieut, p 1 July 36 ; Lieut. 8c 
Capi P29 Dec. 40 ; Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. p7 March 51. 

1 Hon. Henry Townshend Forester, Ens. 8c Lieut. 23 Feb. 37 ; Lieut. 8c Capt. 
P 18 May 41 ; Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. P24 Aug. 52. 

2 George Grey Rous, Ens. 8c Lieut, p 24 Feb. 37 ; Lieut. 8c Capt. p 8 June, 41 ; 
Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. p 15 July, 53. 

3 Studholme Brownrigg, Ensign, p 20 July 32 ; Lieut. 9 May 35 ; Capt. 
P 29 Dec. 40 ; Brev.-Mqjor, 11 Nov. 51 ; Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. p 13 Sept. 53. 

1 Edward G. Wynyard, Ens. 12 May 37 ; Ens. 8c Lieut, p 9 Jan. 38; Lieut. 
8c Capt. P 25 Oct. 42; Capt. 8c Lt.-Col. 20 June 54. 

2 Hon. Richard Wm. Penn Curzon,' s. Ens. 8c Lieut, p 14 July 38 ; Lt. 8c Capt. 
P5 April 44 ; Brev.-Afajor, 28 May 53 ; Capt. 8c Lt.-Col. 20 June 54. 

3 John Reeve, Ens. 8c Lieut, p 1 May 40 ; Lieut. 8c Capt. p 14 Feb. 45 ; Capt. 
8c Lt.-Col. 20 June 54. 

3 Ralph Bradford,' Ens. 8c Lieut. P30 Oct 40 ; Lieut. 8c Capt.viQ Dec. 45 ; 
Capt. 8c Lt.-Col. 14 Jaly 54. 

2 Michael Bruce, Ens. 8c Lieut, p 15 Dec. 40 ; Lieut. 8i Capt. P30 Dec 45 ; 
Capt. & Lt.'Col. 14 July 54. 

3 Hon. Charles Hugh Lindsay, Ens. p5 June 35; Lt. p3 July 40; Capt. 9 May 
45 ; Capt. 8c Lt.-Col. p 14 July 54. 

2 Thos. Sydenham Conway ,*C.B., Ens. 14Feb.28 ; Lt. P26April 31 ; Capt.f^ Dec. 

36 ; Brev.-M€(j. 4 July 43 ; MqJ. 4 Feb. 53 ; Capt. 8c Lt.CoU 15 July 54 ; 
3 Charles Lennox Brownlow Maitland,' Ens. 8c Lt.P9 April 41 ; Lt. 8c Capt. 

P 27 Mar. 46; Brev. Mqf. 15 Sept. 48; Capt. & Lt.-Col. 28 Sept 54. 
1 Lord Arthur Hay,^ Ens. 8c Lieut. P30 ApriUl ; Lieut. 8c Capt. p 9 Apr. 46 i 

Capt. 8c Lieut.-Col. 19 Oct. 54. 
3 Henry Edward Montresor, Chptet 2nd Lieut. ovEns. 15 Dec. 40 \ Ens. 8c ^ 

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LXBVTS. AXO CAPTAXXS» 

3 His Serene Highness Prince William 
Augustus Edward of Saxe Weimar ^^ 
(Major, 20 June 54 ; I.c. 18 Dec. 64.) 

3 Campbell Munro 

2 Jas. Fred. Dudley Crichton Stuart.. 
1 Lord Frederick John FitsBoy* .... 

1 Villiers La Touche Hatton 

1 Henry Fred. Ponsonby,«..ffi;/.i9 OcU» 
1 Cuthbert George £llison,ifaj.i3Dec.54 

3 Alfred Tipping* 

1 John Francis Cust, affj 

3 William Henry Beaumont de Horsey 
3 Geo.Wentworth Alex. Higginson,a4if 

2 Aug. Henry Lane Fox, Mqf.li Dee. 64 
2 Charles Wilson *Randolph .... 

1 Frederick Augustus Thesiger . . 

2 Hon. Arthur Frederick Bgerton 

1 Sidney Burrard 

2 William Samuel Morant 

1 Edward Henry Cooper 

3 Alexander Kinloch 

3 Edwyn Sherard Bumaby 

2 John Davie Ferguson Davie . • 

3 William Gordon Cameron »* . . 

3 Sir Charles Russell, Bart 

2 Cameron Neville Hogge 

1 John Almerius Digby 

1 William Thomas Francis Wallace, f . 

2 Frederick Charles Keppel, adjutant 

3 William John Christie 

2 WUllam Andrew M. Barnard, «. . . . 
1 Claud Alexander 

1 John Murray 

2 William Brough PhilUmore 

1 Arthur Edw. Yalette Ponsonby,« «. 
1 Hon, Ashley John George Ponsonby 

3 John Montagu Burgoyne ^ > 

3 Alexander MitcheU 

3 Alexander, Viscount Balgonie 

3 Charles Napier Sturt * 

3 Sir James Fergusson,' Bart.^ 

3 Henry William Verschoyle . .* 

3 Fred. Tho. Arthur Hervey Bathiu'st 
3 flbn. WindhamHenryWyndham Quin 

Ensigns and Libuts. 

3 Chas. Hampden Turner 

1 Hon. William Francis Forbes . . . 

3 Robert Anstruther 

3 Robert William Hamilton >' 

1 Fita Roy Aug. Talbot Clayton . . . 

1 Granville Fullerton 

2 John Byron Blenkinsopp Coulson 
1 Horn Amias Poulett 

1 George Arthur Ferguson 

2 S. A. B. JSarl of Carrick 

2 Henry Charles Eden Malet 

2 Bon. John Constantine Stanley . 
2 Edward Wm. Lloyd Wynne ... 

1 Wm. D., Visct. Stormont 

2 Clifton Gascoigne 

2 Wm. P. Fwc. Molyneux 

2 Fra.W. Fisc. Hood , 

1 William Lewis Stuckley Buck . . 

Henry Edward Clive , 

Hon. John B. J.; Dormer 

Henry Fanshawe Davies , 

Patrick Keith Murray 

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3 Capt. George Wentworih Alex. Higgioson, 6 Dec. 61 • 
2 Capt. Frederick Charles Keppel,21 April 64. 
~ Capt, John Francis Cust, 16 Aug. 64. 

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2 V S3ft John Payne,* 31 Aug. 16. 

3 John Dlley, 8 Jane, 30. 

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2 Geo. Brown, 29 Dec. 64 ; Bait. Surg, 
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3 George Bleazar Blenkins, 1 Oct. 64; AstUt.'Surg. 13 April, 38. 

1 Charics Nicoll, 29 Dec. 64 5 Attitt.^Surg. 26 June, 40. 
Assistant'Surgeont. 

3 Jaoiea John Maijoribanks Wardrop, 21 May 41. 

2 Henry John Hughes Lawrence, 24 Feb. 64. 

3 Constantino Caridi Read, 13 May 63. 
Gilbert Prout Girdwood, 24 Nov. 64. 
William Ralph Lane, 29 Dec. 64. 

Solicitor. — John Parkinson, 19 July, 31. 
1st Battalion returned from Portugal^ 1828. 
2<{ Battalion returned from Canada, 22 Oct. 1842. 
3<{ Battalion Embarked on Eastern Expedition^ 22 FUb. 1864. 

Facings Blue. — Agent, Sir John Eirkland. 

War OJlce, 9»th July, I8U. 

The Pazvoa Rbgbmt, u a mark of Hli Rojal Approbatioa of the dlttiBguished gallantry of the Brigade 
of Foot Ooardt fat the Victory of Waterloo, hae been pleated, in the name and on the behalf of His M^f ealj, 
to approve of all the Bntigns of the Three Regiments of Foot Ouaide harlng the Rank of Llentenante, and 
that toch Rank shall be attached to all the ftiture Appointraenta to Enilgneles in the Foot Giiardt, in the 
•ame manner at the lientenante in thoM Regfmente obtain the Rank of Captain. 

His Rojal Hlghneet has also been pleased to approve of the Pint Regiment of Foot Guards being made a 
Regiment of Grenadiers, and stjied ** The Firti, or Qrmuudicr Rtgimmt of Foot OwtrdM," in commemo- 
ration of their having defeated the Grenadiers of the French Imperial Guards upon this memorable occasion. 



1 Hon. Lt.-CoI. Corson served as Aide-de-Camp to Sir George Cathcartin the Kaffir war In 1862-9, for 
which service he was promoted to the Brevet rank of Major. 

a Lt.Col. Ooowsy Mnrtd dinmchovt the operations la 8clnd« (Medal), Inrlodbif the battles of Meeaaae end Bfd«nVad t 
and he eommanded the Light Coapany (detached) at the preriovs defence of the Reildeney at Hyderabad. He served also 
the campaign la the Southera Maharatta country, and tss present at the lOTestmcaM aad capture of Pannlla and Pevn^or. 

8 Lt.-Col. Maltland served in the Kaffir war of 1846-7 as MiUtary Secretary to Sir Peregrine If aidand. 

4 Lord Arthur Hay served the Sutle) Campaign of 1845-6 as Alde-de-Camp to Lord Hardinge, and was 
present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 

5 Lord Frederick FltsRoj served under Sir Robert Stopford during the operations on the Coast of Syria 
In 1840. 

6 Captain Ponsonby served with the 49rd Light Infantry In the Kaffir war of 1861-68. 

. 8 Quartermaster Payne served in Sicily in 1806 and 7; in 1808 and 9 In Spain, and present in the actions 
of Sahagun, Benevente, Lugo, and Corunna ; subeeqeently at Walcheren. He served also the campaigns of 
181S, 18, 14, and 15, in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was present in the actions of the Pyrenees, 
siege and capture of Ban Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa and of the Mivc, battle of Nivelle, action at 
the Mayor's House, sortie and investment of Bayonne, battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, capture of 
Peronne and of Paris, and subsequently with the army of occupation. He has received the War Medal 
with three clasps for Corunna, Nivelle, and Nive. 

(Colonels Hamilton and Bradford, and Sir A. Fergusson, were slightly. Captains Tapping and Stnrt 
severely wounded at Inkerroan. 

10 Prince Edward of Saze Weimar was wounded In the trenches before Sebastopol. 18 Oct. 1854. 

11 Lt,-CoL Percy was wounded at the Alma and at Inkcrman. 

IS Lt. Col. Gordon served on the sUff throughout the Esstem campaign of I8M, faacluding the battles of 
the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol. 

13 Capt. Burgoyne and Lieut. Hamilton were wounded at the Alma. 

14 Capt Cameron was wounded in the trenches before Sebftstopol, 80th Oct. 1864. 



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" LINCELLB8."— The Sphinx, with the words " EGYPT'— "TALAVERA"^ 
" BARROSA"— " PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 
Colonel. 
V ftn John Earl 0/ Strafford, > GCB. & QOlL.Ent, 30 Sept. 1793; U. 1 Dec 
93; CapU S4 May, 94; lAeut.'Col. 14 Maich, 1800; CW. 85 July, 10; 
JHqjor-Oen. 4 June, 13; Xmm^.-<3cii. 27 May, 86; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 
Coldstream. Gnanb, 16 Ang. 60, 

Lieut.'Colanel. 

Hon. Arthnr Upton, JEns. k. Lt. p 10 Feb. 25 ; X#. & Capf. P16 May, 29 ; Capt. 

ScLt.'Col. P31 Dec. 39; Mqj. k Col. P22 Aug. 51 ; U.-Col. 20 June 54. 

MqfoTi. 
JJon. George Frederick Upton,* JBiw.P 24 April, 23; lAeut. P29 0ct.25; Capt, 
P 12 Dec. 26 ; Mqfor, p 16 June, 37 ; Lieut.-Col. p 16 April, 41 ; Col. 1 1 
Not. 51 ; Me^or, 20 June 54. 
2 Gordon Dmmmond, JSns. k Lieut, p 10 June 26 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 3 Aug. 
30; Capt.kLt.'Col.v29 March 44; Co/. 20 June 54; Jlfi(;. 20 June 54. 
Captains k Lieut.^ColaneU, 

1 Lard Frederick Paulet, JBns, k Lieut. 11 June 26: Lieut, k Capt. P21 Sept. 
30; Capt. k Lieut. - Col. "^9 May, 46; Col. 20 June 64. 

2 Henry Danlell, Bne. k Lieut, p 13 Aug. 29 ; Lieut, f Capt. P27 Mar. 35 ; 
Brev.'MqJor, Nov. 46 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p29 Oct. 47; Col. 28 Not. 54. 

William Samuel Newton, Snt, k Lieut, p 5 Dec. 34 ; Lieut, k Capt. P 31 

Dec. 39 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 25 Feb. 48 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
Spencer Perceval, Sns. k Lieut, p 13 Jan. 37 ; Lieut, k Capt. p15 Oct. 41 ; 

Capt. k Lt.'Col. P23 June 48; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
I Thomas Crombie, Ene. p 12 Aug. 24 ; Ir^. p 8 April 26 ; Capt» p 18 May 32 ; 

Mqjorv 16 Nov. 41 ; lAeut.-Col. p 20 Oct. 48. 
Thomas Montagu Steele,* e. Comet 12 Jan. 38 ; Ens. k Lieut, p 20 July 38 ; 

Lieut, k Capt. p 29 Mar. 44; Capt. k Lieut. -CoU p 31 Oct. 51. 
William Mark Wood, Ensign, p22 July 86 ; Lieut. 24 May 41 ; Capt. P20 

Aug. 44; Capt. {* Lieut.-Col. p 13 Dec. 53. 
Poulett G. Henry Somerset, «. Em. p 29 Mar. 39 ; Ens. k Lieut, p 1 May 

40 ; Lieut, k Capt. 28 Dec. 46 ; Capt. k Lieut.^Col. P3 March 54. 

1 Charles Lygon Cocks, Ens. p28 July 38; Ens. $• Ueut. p24 Jan. 40; 
Ueut. k Capt. p 7 Aug. 46; Capt k Lt.^Col. 20 June 54. 

2 James Halkett,^ Ens. p 7 June 39; Ens. Sf Lieut. p23 April 41 ; Lieut, k 
Capt, 1 July 47 ; Capt^ k Lt.-Col. 20 June 54. 

2 Dudley WUmot Carleton, ^nd Lieut, p 10 April 40; Ens. 8f Lieut, p 11 June 

41 ; Lieut k Capt. p 13 July 47 i Capt k Lt.-Col. 14 July 54. 
2 Lord Ang. Charles Lennox FitzRoy,* 2nd Lieut. 17 May 39 ; Ens. k Lieut. 

P 27 Aug. 41 ; Lieut, k Capt. p 30 July 47 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 14 July 54. 
2 Arthur St. George H. Stepney,* JS^. P16 May 34; Lieut. pIO Nov. 37 ; 

Capt. P16 April 42; Brevet Major, 3 April 46; Major, P9 July 50; 

Brevet Lt.-Col. 20 June 54 ; Capt. k Lt.^Col. 15 July 54. 
2 James Talbot Airey,<^ Ens. 11 Feb. 30 : Lieut, p 3 May 33; Capt. p22 July 

42 ; Mqjar, 11 Nov. 51 ; Capt. &, Lt.-Col. 15 July 54. 
2 Charles Sedley Burdctt, 2nd Lieut, p 21 Oct. 36 ; Ens. ^ Lieut. 25 June 41 ; 

Lieut, k Capt. P 29 Oct. 47 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 22 Aug. 54. 
1 Francis William Newdigate, Ens. 30 Dec. 40; Ens. ^ Lieut, p 13 May 42; 

Lieut, k Capt. p 1 Dec. 47 ; Capt. k Lt.-Col. 4 Sept. 54. 
1 Ullick Canning Lord Dunkellin, Ens. k Lieut, p 27 Mar. 46; Lieut, k Capt. 

27 April 49 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P3 JfoY. 54. 
1 William Gregory Dawkins, Ens. p 2 Aug. 44; Ens. k Lieut, p 6 Sept. 44 ; 

Lieut, k Capt. p 25 April 48 ; Capt. k Lieut.'Col. 6 Nov. 54. 
r aement William Strong, Ens. 18 Jan. 39; Ens. k Lieut. 6 May 42 ; Lieut. 

k Capt. P 1 Sept. 48 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 6 Nov. 54. 
1 Charles Townshend Wilson, Ens. p 11 Oct. 39; Ens. ^ Lieut, p 30 Dec. 42 ; 
I Lieut. Sf Capt. p 1 May 46; Capt. J* Lt.-Col. p 8 Dec. 54. 

1 Loc4 Stnford lerred vith tbe 33rd hi FUnden and In Holland in 1794 and 95, and was wounded at GeldermalteB. Ha 
urvci witk tbc ltd Gnaida in the aapcditiona to Hanovrr in 1806; to Copenhagen in 1807; and to Walcheren in 1809,— in 
thr Utter he waa vith the Reaerve under Sir J. Hope, and comnanded hit adTance, compoacd of the Grenadier Battalion of 
the Gvaida ami. a detachncnt of the 9tth Raflca; in this oomuand he charged a detachment of Dutch troops, taking some 
oftccmaad npwards of a hondred men prisoners. In 1811 he joined the Brigade of Gnards in Fortne^; and in September 
of that year he waa somiBated to the command of a Brigade, in the Snd Division vuder Lord Hill, lie waa prescnr -^^"^ " 
IB all the BMnraments and aAdrs with the enemy in the Sooth of Spain— and during the period of the Siege of Ciudad 



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29 





26 





20 


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by Gen. Foj, at Coria. Upon 



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>wn Brigade and some caralry to obserre the movements of a eorpa 
Lord Hul Joining the main body of the Army at the commencement 
actions of Vittona, of the Pyrenees, of Pampeluna, in which action 



impeluna, in which action 
wounded and had two horses shot under 
in the passage of the Nhre and the 
BtfODse oa the 13th Dec. ISlS, when the Snd Division waa attacked by six Divisions of the French Army 
hy Ifarahal Soult: in this action he had a horse shot under him. On the 14th Feb. at the commencement tk 



the CampoigB of 1S14, he was engaged with the Bear Guard of the enemy at EspeUette; and on the foitowing day waa 
rmployedin the attaek of the heights above Garris. He was in the subsequent actions of Orthes and Aire; and he repnlaed 
the rtemf at Oarfia. He waa also engaged with hia brigade at the battle of Toulonse. He commanded a Brigade of Guarda 
at the battle of Wateiteo ; and commanded the first corps of the British Amy tnm Waterloo to Paris.— took the fortified 
ettf vt Feraaae oa the march, and snbaequently possession of Paris by occupying the heights of Bdle Ville and llont. 
■Mvoe. Hia Lotdahiy haa received the^oU eroaa aad one elaap for Vittoria, Pyrenees, Ktrelle, Mire and Onhea : and 

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LiBUTBXANTB AND CAPTAINS. 



CORNET, 
2d LIEUT. 
OR ENSIGN. 



p 7 J une 44 



P 3 May 44 



P 2 Mar. 47 



P 14 June 50 
P29Dec. 48 
P 17 Jan. 61 



P 22 Apr. 42 
10 Dec. 52 

P 8 Dec. 48 
13 Feb. 52 



P21 Nov. 51 
21 Dec. 44 



PlOMar. 54 



1 Hon,A. E. Hardinge,^ s» 3faj, 12 Dec .M 

2 Fnincis AugiiBtus Plunkett Barton 

1 Hon.P.R.B.Fellding,*a4?'.M«^.l2D6c64|P 8 Aug. 45 

2 William Henry Reeve 

1 Charles Baring • 

2 John Halkett Le Couteur 

1 Henry Armytage 

2 ITon. Henry Wm. John Byng,a4;. 
2 Arthur John Bethell Thellusson . . 

2 Philip Sambrook Crawley 

2 Sir James Dunlop, Bart 

2 Gerald Littlehales Goodlake .... 

1 George, Lord Bingham, s 

1 Harvey Tower < 

1 Hon. William Henry Wellealey . . 

1 Hon. Robert Drummond 

2 Charles John Bourchier 

1 Arthur James Fremantle 

1 Hedworth Hylton JolliflTe 

1 Hon. Wm. Henry Feilding 

Wm. Thomas Markham !p 23 Dec. 48 

1 Michael Walker Heneage 

Lor<< B.H.G.B.CecU 

Christopher Blackett 

Ensionb and Libuts. 

1 Hon. William Archer Amherst ^. • . 

2 St. Vincent B. Hawkins Whitshed 

2 Julian Hamilton Hall 

2 Godfrey James Wigram 

2 Arthur Lambton 

2 George Ernest Rose 

2 Gordon Maynard Ives 

1 Charles Picrrepoint Lane Fox • • . 

1 John Baillie Baillie 

2 Sir William Forbes, Bart 

Hon. William Edwardes 

Ac^utants. 

1 Ifajor Hon. Percy Robert Basil Feildhig, 8 Oct. 50. 

2 Capt. Hon. H. W. J. Byng, 4 Sept. 54. 
Quarter^Masteri. 

2 Arthur Hurle, 13 Feb. 52. 

1 Alexander Falconer, 1 July 53. 
Surgeon^Mqjor. 

2 James Monro, M.D. 20 Feb. 53 ; Surgeon, 4 April 51 ; AsMt.'Snrg. 2 Not. 32. 
Battalion-Surgeon. 

I Joseph Skelton, M.D. 20 Feb. 53 ; Asrist.^Surg. 2 Sept. 45. 
AsHstant'Surgeons. 

1 John Wyatt, 17 June 51. 

2 Charles Tidier Cay, 12 June 46. 
1 John William Trotter, 26 May 54. 
Thomas Lawes Rogers, 8 Dec. 54. 

5<7Ztci^or.— William George Carter, 29 Jan. 24. 

Facings Blue — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

[1st Battalion Embarked on Eastern Expedition, 22 Feb. 1854. 
2<f Battalion returned from Canada 29^A Oct. 1842.] 

S CoUmel Ron. Ocorgt Upton MrTcd in ttie Ut battalion of Coldrtream Ouards throucrhout the Kattcm campaifB of tSM 
fncIadlDg tbetettlts of the Alou^ Balaklara. and Inkcnnan (wonnded), and stege of Sebaitopol. 

S Lleot. CoL Steele Mrred the Bastein campaign of ISM aa Military Sceretarf to Lord Raglan, Including the battle* 
of the Alma, Balaklara, and lakerman, and ttege of Sebastopol. 

4 Lleut'Colc Halkett and Lord A. C. Pltaioy. Capt. Fiolding. and Lt, Amhcrtt, were tcTcrely wnanded at Inkerman. 

5 LieuL-CoIonel Stepney served with the SQtli Begt. In the Sutlq} campaign of 1845-0 : the command of 
the Regiment deTolved upon him on the evening of the Slat Dec. at the tattle of Ferozeshah, which he 
reUlned during the night of the Slst, and the action of the 22nd Dec. 184S (wounded), and during the 
remainder of the active part of the campaign, until ieverely wounded hy a grapeihot at the conclaaion 
of the battle of Sobraon, 10 Feb. 1840 (Medal and one Clasp). 

Lieut-Colonel Airey acted aa Aide-de Camp to Sir Robert Sale at the storming of the Rboord Cabool Past In Oct. 1&51, 
and had hie horte shot under htm. He senred as Aide'de*Camp to Major-Oen. Elphinstone, in Aflkhanistan, from January 
1841, and was present in erery skirmish or sortie made by the garrison tnm the cantonments during tiie Insnrreetien at 
Cabool, and was afterwards given up as a hostage. He acted as Aide-de-Camp to Sir Jubn H*CaskiU at the storming of 
IsUliflr, and was present with the BulTs at the battle of Punniar (Medal). 

7 The Hon. Captain Hardinge served as Aide-de-camp to Lord Hardlnge throughout the camfiaign on the 
SutleJ in 184S-0, and was present in the battles of Muodkee, Ferozeahah, and Sobraon, for which be has 
received a Medal and two clasps ; served the Eastern campaign of ISM as Deputy-Quartermaster-Qenena of 
3rd division, including tlie batUei of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastor-ol. 



BNSION 
AND LIBUT. 



22 Dec. 45 
P 8 May 46 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P20 Dec. 46 
P 2 July 47 

27 Mar. 46 
P 30 July 47 

27 Aug. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P23 Juue 48 
P 27 April 49 
P27 June 51 
P 14 Oct. 51 
P21 Nov. 51 
P 23 July 52 
P 17 Aug. 52 
P 29 Dec. 43 
P 29 April 53 
P 9 May 51 
P 26 July 53 

P 7 April 54 
P 13 Dec. 53 
PI 3 Jan. 54 
P 1 Oct. 47 



3 Mar. 53 

1 Aug. 54 

2 Aug. 54 

3 Aug. 54 

4 Aug. 54 
P 24 Aug. 54 
P25 Aug. 54 

21 Sept. 54 
P 20 Oct. 54 
P 3 Not. 54 
P 24 Nov. 54 



LIBDT. 
AND 

CAPTAIN. 



P 1 June 49 
P 27 June 51 

21 Augr. 51 
P 22 Aug. 51 
P29AprU53 

15 Mar. 53 
P 13 Dec 53 
P 3 Mar. 54 

20 June 54 
14 July 54 
14 July .^>4 

14 July &4 

22 Aug. 54 

4 Sept. 54 

21 Sept. 54 

5 Oct. 54 
P 25 Feb. 53 

6 Nov. 54 

15 Dec. 54 
15 Dec. 54 

23 Dec. 54 
23 Dec. 54 
26 Dec. 54 

4 Feb. 54 



» l<Mt «n arm at the Alma. 



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«LI!rOBLLBS''-Tb« '*Sfihynx," with the words. "EGYPT"— "TALAVERA"—"BARROSA»' 
"PENINSULA"— «• WATERLOO." 



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Colonel. 
His Royal Highness George W. F. C. Duhe qf Cambridge/ KG. GCMG. 
Colonel J 3 Nov. 37 ; Mi^or^Qeneraly 7 May, 46 ; Lieut. ^Om» 19 June 54 ; 
Colonel of the Scots Fusilier Guards, 23 Sept. 52. 
Lieut.'ColoneL 
George Moncrieff, Bns. & Lieut. ^S April, 26; Lieut, k Capt. p6 July 30; 
Capt. ic Lieut.-Col. p24 Jan. 40; Col. 11 Noy. 51; Lieut.-Col. 20 June 54. 

Mqfors. 

1 Edward Walter Forestier Walker,' JEns. Sc Lieut, p 8 Mar. 27 ; Lieut, k Capt. 
P 18 Oct. 31 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. vQ Dec. 44 ; M(0. k Col. 20 June 54. 

2 William John Ridley, JSns. k Lieut, p 19 June 35 ; Lieut, k Capt. p24 May 
39; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p24 Nov. 48 ; Major k Col, 15 Dec. 54. 

Captains and Lieut. -Colonels. 

1 Hon. Charles Grantham Scott, Ens. k Lieut, ^l^ Feb. 36; lAeut. k Capt. 
P 1 Nov. 39 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 10 April, 49. 

2 Charles Tyrwhitt, s. Ens. p 1 Aug. 34 ; Ens. k Lieut. P 26 Feb. 36; Lieut, k 
Capt. P 15 Nov. 39; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p6 July 49. 

2 Edward John Stracey, Etis. k Lieut, p 3 June, 36; Lieut, k Capt, p 14 Feb. 
40; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 24 May, 50. 

1 Francis Seymour,' Ens. P2 May, 34; Lieut. P16 June, 37; Capt, 
P4 Sept. 40; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p 28 June, 50. 

2 Lord James Charles Plantagenet Murray, Ens. k Lieut, p 26 May, 37 ; 
Lieut, k Capt. p 1 July, 42 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p5 Nov. 50. 
Charles Aasheton Fitz-Hardinge Berkeley,^ Ens. P27 May, 36; Lieut, p 12 
Aug. 37 ; lAeut. k Capt. p 14 April, 43 ; Breoet-Major, 15 Sept. 48 ; Capt. 
k Lieut.-Col. p 13 Dec. 50. 

John Hamilton Elphinstone Dalrymple,* Ens. k Lieut. P 10 Nov. 37 ; 
Lieut, k Capt. p31 Dec. 44; Capt. k Lt.-Col. p25 Mar. 53. 

2 Henry Percival de Bathe, Ens. 8c Lieut. p1 Nov. 39; Lieut. Sf Capt. p14 

Feb. 45 ; Capt k Lieut.-Col. p 17 Feb. 54. 
2 George William Fordyoe,^ .Etu. p 28 Dec. 32; Lieut. p5 Aug. 37; Capt. 

3 April 46; Major p 14 March 51 ; Lieut.-Col. 27 Feb. 52. 
2 Robert Moorsom, Ens. 3 Aug. 30; Ens. k Lieut. P21 Sept. 32; Lieut, k 

Capt. P 12 Aug. 37 ; Breo.-Mqj. ll|Nov. 51 ; Capt. k Lieut.'Col. 20 June 54. 
1 Fred. Charles Arthur Stephenson, Ens. k Lieut. 25 July 37 ; Lieut, k Capt. 

9 13 Jan. 43 ; Cap/. & Lieut-Col. 20 June 54. 
1 Henry Poole Hepburn,' Ens. k Lieut, p 19 Feb. 41 ; Lieut, k Capt. p2 Oct. 46 ; 

Capt. k Ueut..Col. 20 June 54. 

1 Francb Haygarth,? Ens. p 14 Feb. 40; Lieut, p 21 May 41 ; Capt. 30 Sept. 
47 ; Capt. k Ueut.-Col. 14 July 54. 

2 Hon. Richard Charterb, 2nd lAeut. p 2 Oct. 40 ; Lieut, p 7 Oct. 42 ; Capt. 
P 14 May 47 ; Capt k Lieut-Col. 14 July 54. 

2 Franklin Lushington,' CB. Ens. p 16 July 29; Lieut. 10 Oct. 33; Capt. 

P30 Oct. 38; Brev.-Maj. 23 Dec. 42 ; Maj. p5 Nov. 47 ; Brev. Lieut.-Col. 

SO June 54 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 15 July 54. 
2 Lambert Lyons Montgomery/ Ens, P22 June 38; Lieut. p17 Jan. 40; Capt. 

P28 July 43 ; Major 17 Oct. 52 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 15 July 54. 
1 Henry Green Wilkinson, Ens. k Lieut, p 13 Jan. 43; Lieut, k Capt. 

P 10 Dec. 47; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p3 Nov. 54. 

1 Hon. John Strange Jocelyn, Ens. p 7 Oct. 42 ; Ens. k Lieut, p 14 April 43 ; 
lAeut. k Capt. p 31 Mar. 48 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 6 Nov. 54. 

2 Patrick L. C. Paget, Ens. 11 Aug. 37 ; Ens. k Lieut, p 6 Aug. 41 ; Lieut, 
k Capt. P 12 Dec. 43 ; Bret>.-Mqj. 20 June 54 ; Capt. k Lt.- Col., 6 Nov. 54f . 

2 Lord Adolpbus F. C. W. Vane-Tempest, Ens. p 7 April 43 ; Ens. k Lieut, 
F28 Nov.45; iiew/. k Capt. p 11 May 40; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. p15 Dec. 54. 

1 1%e Dofce of Cambridge commaoded the first diviJioa of the Eastern Army throughout the campaigii 
eHAM, iBcladittC the batclea of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (horie shot), and siege of Sebaitopol. 

I GWaofBl Walker, and Captains Shuckbnrgh and Drumroond, were severely wounded at Inkerman. 

> Ueat.-Gol. Scymoar, and Captains Baring and Blane were slightly wounded at Inkerman. 

4 Liaat^-ColoiiAl Berkeley was Military Secretary to Lieut.-Oen. Sir George Berkeley during the successAiI 
tpentkws against the Kaffirt in 1847. Was sererely wounded at the battle of the Alma. 

i LkoU-Cols. Dalrymple and Hepburn, and Capts. Astley, Bulwer, and Glpps, were slightly wounded at 
^llow. 

C Lasc-Odooel Foidyee serred with the 74th Highlanders in the Kaffir War in 1851. 

7 Lteaa.-OoL Bayxarth, Capt. Buckley, and VlKcount Ennismore, were severely wounded at the Alma. 

9 LicaCw-CoL Liisbiagton served tlia Campaign of 1812 in Affghanistan (Medal), and was severely 
V)«n<ied. , , . 

9 LI*at.-Col. Montgomery, when on passage to India in the transport 2?n<on, with troops, was wreckeaon 
IW uimer Andaman, In Nor. 1844. and remained on that Island 51 days, suflerlng very severe privation*. 
H- s«rTcd ia tlw 80ch Regt. throughout the Sullcj Canpaignof 1845-0, including the bnttlos of Moodkee. 
F«.««tafc,«D4 fiotoaoflCMedaland two Clasps). Also in the Burmese War of 1 852. Including the Capture 
«l aSSSei iwwiodod); the operations befor£ Rangoon on the 12lh, ISth, and 14lh April, and the Capture 



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Half 
Pay. 



LiBUTBNAHTS AND 

Captains. 

1 JEr(m.Win.Fred.Scarlettjr^^.ii]>ee.M. 

9 AuguftosW.H.Meyrick 

9 Charles Holder 

2 William Aitehi80D*« 

2 R. Nigel F. Kingscote^tfjif^/. is Dec M. 
1 Qeorge Thomas Francis Shuckborgh' 

1 HnghFitzHardiiigeDnimmoad,*a4^'. 

2 Edward Neville, s. Me^, 12 Dec. 64. 

1 John Dugdale Astley* 

1 /r(m.Wenman Clarence Walpole Coke 
1 William Gascoyne Bulwer* • • • • . 
1 Buncombe Fred. Batt Bockley^ 

1 Hon* Alexander Edward Fraser 

2 Hon. Roficer Mostyn 

1 Reginald Gipps* 

1 Francis Baring* 

1 Seymour Lionel Wm. Dawson Darner 

2 Rowland Francis Walbanke Childers 

2 William Wheatley 

2 Ed.RobertWetheraU.«ilf<|;.12Dcc.54. 
2 Arthur C. GrevilIe/'«.if^/.i8Dee.S4. 

1 Seymour John Blane' 

2 Henry Charles Fletcher, a^, 
1 Wmiam Wallingford KnoUys 

1 Robert James Lindsay 

2 Arth.MorganHoodGrosyenorGregory 
1 George Grant Gordon 



1 William, ViMC, Bnnismore^ 

2 James Ross Farquharson 

Ensigns and Lieutbhahtb. 

1 Hon, Hugh Annesley^' 

2 Francis Lambton 

2 Charles George Tottenham , 

2 Archibald Campbell Campbell . . . 
2 Hon. Charles Rowley Hay ...•..•, 
2 George Henry Moncrieff . 



CORNBT, 

2d libut. 
or bnsign 



P 14 April 46 



P 26 Oct. 41 
P 21 Mar. 45 



13 Aug. 47 
1 June 41 



P 31 July 46 
r 14 April 48 



P 27 June 34 
P 4 April 45 



22 Oct. 50 



P 19 Aug. 51 



P 18 Apr. 
P 22 Apr. 



P 24 June 63 



6 June 64 



P23Aug.64 



ENSIGN 
AND LIBUT. 



P 12 June 46 
P 8 Sept. 46 
P30July 44 
P 2 Oct. 46 
P 27 Oct. 46 
P 6 Nov. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 20 Sept. 43 
PdlMar.48 
P 7April48 
P 1 Aug. 48 
P24 Nov. 48 
P Mar. 40 
P 23 Mar. 49 
P 10 April 49 
P 6 July 49 
P 23 Nov. 49 
P 22 Feb. 50 
P24May 50 
P 22 Aug. 37 

26 Aug. 49 
P28June50 
P 8 Nov. 50 
P 5 Nov. 50 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P27May 63 

13 Feb. 52 
P 14 May 52 
P25 Mar. 53 

29 July 63 
P 28 Oct. 63 
P 13 Jan. 64 
P 17 Mar. 64 
P 14 Apr. 54 
P 4Aug.54 
P 4 Aug. 64 
3 Nov. 64 
P 3 Nov. 64 
21 Dec. 64 
22Dec. 64 
26 Dec. 64 



LiBar . 

AND 

CAPTAIN. 



P 23 Nov. 49 

P22Feb. 60 

P 6 Apr. 50 

P24May 60 

P28 June 50 

P 6 Nov. 60 

P 8NOV.50 

30 Sept 50 

P 18 Apr. 51 

P25Mar.63 

P 27 May 58 

P28 0ct. 53 

P 13 Jan. 54 

P 17 Feb. 54 

20 June 64 

14 July 54 

14 July 54 

14 July 54 

14 July 54 

P 19 Dec. 45 

7 July 54 

Oct. 54 

P 3 Nov.54 

6 Nov.54 

Nov. 54 

P 26 Dec. 54 

26 Dec 54 

26 Dec 54 

26 Dec. 54 



Thos. Fred. Scrymsoure Fothringfaam 

Edward Marcus Beresford 

Robert Farquhar Shaw Stewart 

Hon. Edward Brownlow 

Henry Jelf Sharps 

John Paynter •. 

A^utants. 
Captain H. F. Drummond, 14 July 54. 
2 Captain H. C. Fletcher, 3 Nov. 54. 

Quarter-Masters. 
2 John Jones, 2 Sept. 51. 

1 George Allen, 8 July 68. 
Surgeon-Mq/or. 

2 Thomas Richardson, 17 Feb. 54; Surg. 22 July, 45 ; As9ist.''Surg. 4 Dee. 28. 
BtOtalion-Surgeon. 

1 John Ashton Bostock,i< M.D. 17 Feb. 54 ; Aetitt.^Surg. 8 Feb. 42. 

Asristant'Surgeons. 
1 Frederick Robinson, M.D. 19 Nov. 47. 
1 Arthur Guy Elkington II Mar. 53. 

1 Fhmds Bramley Baker, 8 Mar. 54. 

2 Henry Turner, 19 May 54. 
iS^Zii?ttor.— Wllmer Wilmer, 27 Dec. 88. 

Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 
[Ui Battalion mnbarked on the Eastern Expedition^ 9B Feb. IS64.] 
[9d BatiaUon embarked for the Netherlande Nov. 1818, and returned from rranee Jan. 1810. Serrod in 
Portugalfrom Dee. 1880 to March, 1888.] 
10 Osptftin Aitchlson lerred with the lit Batt. 91st ReRt. at the Cape of Good Hope from Dec. 1845 to 
Mareh 1847. Engaged In asoTere aAtlr with the CafflretSSnd May 1846, when his bone was shot ander him. 
IS The Hon. Llent. Anneslej tenred with the 48rd Light Infantry in the Kaffir War of 1S51-4-S, and wis 
severel/ woanded. Was severelj wounded at the battle of the Alma. 

IS M%}or Gretllle scrred as aide-de-camp to Sir Harry Smith, and to Sir Geo. Catbctrt, in the KaAr 
War of 1861 -S-8, and was present at the battle of Berea. 
1ft Doctor Bottock Mrred In the Bufib at the battle of Ponniar, and hat reccirtd the Broaic Star. 



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The King's Cypher within the Collar of St. Andrew, and the Cr<non oyer it. In the 

leeond colour the Thistle 9f Oown.— "St Lucia."— "Eginont-op-Zec"-—2%e Sphinx. 

" Bgypt" — " Conmna"— " Busaco"— " Salamanca" — " Vittoria" — " St. Sebastian" — 

"NiTe"— "PeniMula"— " Niagara"— "Waterloo"— " Nagpore"— " Mahcldpoor"— " Ara.* 



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jB^-lTq;. 29Mar.d9; Jlfqf.14 July^4d; Lt.-CoL P6Dec.4d; Col. 80Jiuie64 
2 Richard William Huey, Em. 25 Mar. 26; Lt. p 19 Dec. 26 ; Capt. p 11 June 

30; Mqjery P 13 Oct 38 ; Lieut.-Col. p 31 Dec. 47 ; Col. 28 Not. 64. 
Mqjors.—l Alexander Barry Montgomery ,< Sns. 25 Not. 24 ; Lieut. 80 Oct. 

26; C«p^P16Aug.33; Jlf^Vw,P5 Dec.43; JBrw.-X*.-Col.20 June54. 
8 Thomas Graham, Ens. 21 May 26; Lieut, p 27 April 27 ; Capt. p 9 Aug. 38 : 

MqjoTf^S May 44 ; Brev.-Lieut.'Col, 20 June 54. 
2 Richard Going, J2nt. 9 April 26; Lieut, p 2 Feb. 27 ; Capt. P 19 June 35 ; 

Breoet'M<{f. 9 Not. 40 ; Mqfor, p 17 Jan. 61 ; Brev.-Lt.^Col. 20 June 54. 

1 Burton DaTcney, Ene. 27 April 20 ; Lieut, p 7 July 25 ; Capt. ; p S Not. 27 ; 
Breo.-^Mao. 23 Not. 41 ; Bree.'Lt.-Col. 11 Not. 51 ; Mqjor, 19 Mar. 58. 

2 Edw. A. G. Muller,* Ens. 8 Feb. 20 ; Lieut. 11 Aug. 25 ; Capt.^ 11 Jan. 38; 
Brev.'Mqi. 9 Not. 46; Brev. Lt.-Col. 20 Jane 54 ; Mqjor, 29 Dec. 54. 



S C«L Btll MnW 



Captains. 
2 Francis Gregor Urquhart 
2 Henry Richard Marindin 

1 Thomas Scott Hawkhis • 

2 Tyrrell Matthias Byrne . 
1 William Littie Stewart . 
1 Heniy Draper NeTille* . 

1 J7on.Cha. Dawson Plunkett 
I Frederick R. Mein 

1 William Webster 

2 Francis Locker Whitmore 
2 James Pollock Gore. ..... 

2 John Edward Sharp .... 

1 Charles Henry Dowker*.. 

1 Arthur Newland 

2 Ch.Edgecumbe DaTcnport 
2 SpencerGco. Aug.Thursby 
2 Spencer Yansittart . . 

1 Geo.OwaTasCarlyon 

2 Spencer Peel 

2 John Alex. GaTinCampbel] 
1 Richard George Coles.... 
1 Frederick Wells 

1 Thomas Henry Breedon . . 

2 William James Gillum .. 

2 George Rowland 

2 Henry Francis Bythesea.. 
2 GeoigeTaaffe 

Ib dit Ptaianila from 



BN SIQir. 
P 18"N0T. 3i 

P 11 Jan. 33 
P 29 Mar. 33 

30 June 24 
P 12 April 33 
P 16 Aug. 33 
P 11 Oct. 33 

22 Oct. 33 

20 Feb. 27 
P 7 Aug. 35 
P 6 Feb. 36 
P24AprU35 
P 7 Jan. 42 
P 18 Sept. 39 
Pll Sept. 40 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 30 Apr. 41 
P 7 Sept. 41 
P 5 July 44 
P 2 Aug. 42 
P 3 May 44 

12 Oct. 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 
P14 Feb. 45 
P 19 Dec. 45 
P 26 Sept. 45 
P 30 Not. 46 



P 16 Aug. 33 

P 18 Mar. 86 

P 17 Sept. 36 

23 Mar. 26 

13 Jan. 87 
P 20 Jan. 37 
P 10 Mar. 37 
P 14 April37 
P 24 Aug. 32 

10 May 39 
P 20 Dec. 89 
P 9 Feb. 88 
P 7 July 43 
P 15 Apr. 42 

14 July 48 
P 28 July 48 
P 5 Sept 48 
P 29 Dec. 48 

14 April 46 
Pll Apr. 45 
P 14 May 47 
2 Aug. 44 
P 19 May 43 
P 2 July 47 
P 3 Sept 47 
P 2 Feb. 49 
P 15 Not. 50 



CAPTAIN. 



P 14 April 37 
P30 April 41 
P23June43 
16 June 48 
P 28 July 48 
P 5 Dee. 43 
P29 Dec. 43 
P 8 May 44 

5 Feb. 46 
P 3 Sept 47 
P29 0ot 47 
P 17 Dec. 47 
P 21 July 48 
P 21 May 52 

6 July 52 
p 16 Feb. 63 

19 Mar. 53 
6 June 54 
Pll July 51 
4 Aug. 54 
8 Sept 54 
6 Not. 54 

28 Not. 54 

29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 



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20 June 54 
20 June 54 
20 June 54 
20 June 54 
20 June 54 



fnm Jvlf mi f th« exki of that war la 1814« aad was cncBKcd In tha ■•da* o 
Arm* 4b Motia^ katcla oT Tlttoria, Iwttlat ia tha Pyrenees, oa the 7tb,Sltb, 80th, aaH SUt July. 1818. bettieaof the 
^iveilc, Aa Ntva, BaToaae, Oitbat,Tarb««, aaH Tanloaee* bMidet a itre«t neay Nffiiire aad Ahiraltebae. He efienwer^ eer*c4 
>e tk« Beat larfiee. in the Baraieee war, end la the Wati Indice. He wae actively employed daring the rebetlioa la Canada, per- 
t>ralatiy ia tha captare af Si. Cherlce, aad St. Eaetachai heafterwarda commanded the email Fort and garrieon of Cotaea-d«> 
lac, an iapoetaac peeitloa aa the River St. Lawreaca, aad rtceivad the thaaka of the Commander of the VoKea for hie 
nan«Mt n racavcting tha gnna and shot from the bottom of the R^ver, and mourning them in peeition when it wae reported 
»vnctirablas the gaas w*ra 84-poanders. atxtecn of which and 4,000 round shot he racovared intfar depth ofe Caaedie« 
oieui. He haa lacciTcd tha War Medal aith six claano forTittoiria, the Pjianaea, HlraUe, Vkft, Ort>iM,aad Toulooeai u4 
ikr ladaa lleial far Arm. 

«Li<^*L Moatgaenarjeerred la ATa, aad haa raaeirea the Medal. 

» Lt.-€eL Mailer earrcd la (be Barmaaa war. aad haa taoeb«lth I ladjan War Medal. ..,.-. -^ . 

t Maier Havflla narrad In Canada Amring tha reballlan ol IflST and 183B, and waa aBgagad wtth «M nbela at St. Chariae 

I Capt.Do«kerainciaa A4}«t«Bftorthe Ikkm the Kafir War of 1846 and 47. 

*•* The foUoving offlcert lerrad tlte EMtotn cuDpaifii of 1864, asd were present in the battlet In the 
Crioiee, vis^— CoL Bell, Urat-Colfl. Moatgomerx. and Dareney, Mijon Hawkins, Stewart, Nertlle, and 
PlaaUtl, Captalae Mein, I^wker,ColM, Wells, and Breedon, Lieat8.Tnmer, Chrystie, Smith, Kirlt, Rudd, 
Cookwortbr, Hurt, Hope, Todd, Brown (wounded hefora Bebaetopol), Manners, Fenwicfc, and Beacon ; 
Hjnsier ^daaise, aad Qaartemaster M'Oee. D t 



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Lieutenants. 

1 HeiiryWhichcoteTurner,a<(». 

2 Bingham H. Edw. Mailer . , 

1 John Alexander Chrystie. • . * 

2 Theobald M'Kenna, adj 

1 Frederick Augustus Smith . . 

2 Bdw.T.8t.LawrenceMacQwire 
1 Charles Edmondstone Kirk 

1 Henry Hawley Smart 

2 William Bellew. ...... . . 

2 Montagu Adam Henry Legge 
1 Wm. Fred. John Rudd .... 

1 Rupert George Brady • 

2 Thomas Rowland 

1 William Spicer Cookworthy 

1 CharlesHurt 

2 John Alexander Campbell . . 

1 Fred. Harry Hope 

1 Fired. Pritzler Muller 

1 Jas. Archibald Ruddell Todd 

2 Rd.Llewel1ynWilliams^a4^*. 
2 Edward Andrew Stoart . . • 
2 Thomas John Gregory . . . 

I John Martin Brown 

1 Richard Abraham Manners 

2 Alexander W. Low ....... 

1 George Roe Fenwick 

1 Morgan James O'Connell . 

2 CharlesJoshaaTuflbellOakes 
2 James WillUm Hassell . . . 

Ensigns. 

1 Henry George White 

2 Rowland L. Sidney Curtois 
1 Sherlock Yignolies Willis . 
1 Duncan Cameron Brock .. . 

1 James Creagh 

1 Joseph Hodgson Fawcett . 

1 James Deacon 

2 William Freeborn 

2 Charles Howe Proby 

1 John James Hey wood .... . 

1 Henry Surtees Bowes Watson 

2 Redmond Bewley Caton.. 
1 John Archibald Cumming 
I James Legatt 



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30 Mar. 47 

29 Dec. 46 
P 2 July 47 
P 2 Feb. 49 
P 1 June 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 6 Nov. 47 

20 Oct. 49 
P 16 Feb. 60 
P15Mar.50 
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P 17 Jan. 61 
P27 Oct. 48 
P 14 Mar. 61 
P 17 June 61 

10 Nov. 48 
P 16 Sept. 61 

17 June 61 
«»17Apr.62 
P 14 May 62 
P 21 May 62 
P 11 June 62 
P 22 Apr. 63 

12 May 63 
P 14 Sept. 62 

23 Nov. 62 
P 27 May 63 
P 10 June 63 
P 13 Sept 63 



30 Dec. 63 
P 10 Mar. 64 
P 9 June 64 

14 July 64 

21 July 64 

P 4 Aug. 64 

9 Aug. 64 

10 Aug. 64 
P 27 June 64 
P17 Aug. 64 
P 18 Aug. 64 
P24 Aug. 64 
P26 Aug. 64 
3 Nov. 64 



P21 Feb. 61 

14 Mar. 61 

20 July 61 

P 19 Mar. 62 

P 30 Apr. 62 

P21 May 62 

P 2 Jan. 62 

P 6 July 62 

P 16 Feb. 63 

P 19 Mar. 63 

P 27 May 63 

P 3 June 63 

4 Mar. 63 

P 18 Oct. 63 

30 Dec. 63 

P 13 Sept 63 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 64 

P 18 Aug. 64 

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6 Nov. 64 

28 Nov. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec 64 



Paymoiteri, 



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James Espinasse, 8 Feb. 



Urn, 8 Feb. 21 ; Zieut 



7April,26; Ca»Ml July,37. 
2 William John Bampfleld, 30 June 48 ; Ens, 18 Mar.42 ; Lieut, 
- -- - - [12 Sept 40. 



, ,. . ^ M -iK«<*. Henry Whichcote Turner, 21 July 64. 
At^utantt. ^ ^ Lieut. Theobald McKenna, 14 July 64. 

Qtiarter^Moiters. 
2 Joseph Swaine, 20 Nov. 46. 
1 Joseph M^Gee, 8 Sept 46. 

Surgeofu. 

1 Charles Bush Heara, 16 Noy, 49; AstUt.-Surg, 16 April, 42. 

2 Alfred Crocker^ 28 March, 64 ; AiHsU-Surg. 26 Jan. 44. 

;2 Robert Beresford Smyth, M.D., 16 Nor. 60. 
2 Thomas Knox Birnle, 7 Jan. 63. 
Auiitant-Surge<nu» • 1 John Baker Greene, 24 March 64. 
1 WiUiam Dumbreck, 7 April 64. 
\1 Robert Atkinson, 6 May 64. 



tPaeings Blue — A gent y Andrew Lawrie, E$q, — IriMh Agents^ Messrs. Cane k Sons. 

list Battalion^ Eastern Expediiitm, 22 April 64. Depot at Winchester.] 

I'Zd Battalion emh.for Corfu, 31 Jan. 63. Serving at Cepliu Ionia. Depot at Castlebar.] 



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*'nUPaMAaJXamft," with the mottos **PrUtifUivirttUUmemor,**Ka6, "Vetexueia triumphant," The 
<2tiMi»'«C^A^ within the Oarter,haringthe Crown orer it. On theGrenadien'Cftpt,the JGCin^'« Cr««r and 
the Quem'f Cypher end Crmcn j and on the Drama the QtMen'f Cypher, The Sphinx, with the words 
« EGYPT "— " VIM lERA" — « CORUNNA" — " SALAMANCA" — " VITTORIA"— " PYRENEES"— 
••NIVELUB»'—«'TOULOUSE"— "PENINSULA"— "AFFGHANISTAN"—"GHUZNEE"—"KHELAT." 

Colonel,— Tj^ Sir John Rolt,»KCB. KC. JSns. 7 Mar. 00 j Lt. 1 June 01; Capt. 

6 Sept. 05; M({f\ 25 Not. 13; LU-Col, 2 Nov. 16 ; CoZ. 10 Jan. 37; Maj,. 

Gen. 9 Not. 46 ; Lieut.-Gen, 20 June 64 ; Col, 2nd Foot, 29 Aug. 63. 
Lieut,'ColoneL^Stsaiho]^ William Jephson,* Ens, p 26 l^ov, 30; XtVu/. p19 

Feb. 36; Capt, P28 Dec. 41 ; Mqjor, p4 Aug. 48; Lt.-Col, 1 July 53. 
Jf<{;orff.—Thoma8 Addison,^ Btu, 16 Sept. 37 ; Lieut. 31 Jan. 39 ; Capt. p 16 

Dec. 46; Brev,-Mqf. 28 May 63; Mqjor, 12 May 54. 
DemetrluB Wyndham Grevis James/ Ens. p 31 Jan. 40 ) Lieut, p 15 Dec. 40 ; 

Capt, P 9 June 46 ; Mqj. 1 Dee. 64. 



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Captains. 
Edward Selby Smyth^ 
Richard Hill Rocke .. 

Cecil Squire 

Frederick Connor* .... 
Robert Holdsworth» .. 
Frances Lionel Oct.Attye^ 

George Wolfe 

William Blford Adams 
John Charles Weir »• .. 
Edw. James J. Fleming^*. 
GU8.N.K. Anker Yonge*' 
James Harwood Rocke* 
Lieutenants. 

John Chalmers' 

Wm.Hy.Grim8ton,»d. adj 
John lliompson^ d,pm, . , 

Charles GIbbs 

Lord Chas. Edward Hay > 
Robert C. Thomson* .... 

Richard Stack* 

William Henry Spencer^*^ 

John Croome 

William Webber Martin 

Herbert Belfield 

Fred. Stephen Steele .... 
John Cha. Tyrwhitt Drake 
George Pomeroy CoUey 

Ensigns. 
A. Pemberton Hobson . . 

Thomas John 

Charles Sqnirl 

Henry Pyne Hiffeman . . 

Henry Pye Phillipps 

Arthur Alexander Wilkie 

Alexander Watson 

Henry Flood 



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P 26 Jan. 41 
7 Jan. 42 
P 9 June 46 
P 29 Sept. 38 
P 25 Sept. 46 
1 Jan. 47 

27 Sept. 44 

20 May 42 
P 9 June 48 
P 26 Jan. 38 
P 22 Aug. 84 
P 4 Aug. 48 

P 2 Mar. 49 
29 June 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P23 Nov. 49 
P 16 Mar. 50 
P 16 May 61 
P 12 July 60 
P 18 June 51 
P 11 July 51 
P 12 July 61 
P 13 July 51 

5 Dec. 51 
P16Apr. 52 

28 May 52 

21 Jan. 53 
P 10 June 53 
P 29 July 63 
P 21 Apr. 54 

12 May 54 

6 June 64 
14 July 64 
21 July 54 



29 May 43 
P30May 43 
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27 Jau. 40 

P 2 Mar. 49 

P 4 May 49 

8 Apr. 49 

11 Apr. 44 

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17 Aug. 41 

29 June 37 
P 1 Mar. 60 



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6 June 64 

11 Aug. 54 



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P 4 Aug. 48 

P 2 Nov. 49 

P 17 June 51 

10 Sept. 61 

1 July 63 

P 29 July 53 

P 30 Dec. 53 

3 Apr. 49 

12 May 64 

P 28 Apr. 46 

IJan. 47 

1 Dec. 64 



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28 May 53 



6Mijoi Jamei Mrred in tlM 
campikifii in the Soathcrn Mnkratta 
eonntry in 1844 (indnding tlie atoim 
and capture of the fortresi of Pn- 
nella), and part of that in the Con- 
can and Sawant Warrce eonntrj in 
1844 and 4«. Also In the Kafflr war 
of 1861.53 ; and with the expedition 
north of the Orange Biver in 18S3-3. 

7 Moior Smyth serred a« Brlgado 
Ml^or to the Poreei In the Southern 
Conean and Sawant Warre Coontrjr 
during the eampaign of 1844 and 46, 
ineloding the stormint of nvcral 
Btoekadet, and the InTeitment and 



P 17 June 61 

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P 17 June 61 

P17 June61 

10 Sept. 61 

P26 Mar. 52 

7 May 52 

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1 July 63 

P 29 July 63 

19 Ivl Av R± capture of the Portt of Monohur and 
1 I J ^T Monsuntoah. Served aUo in the 
Kafllr war of Ift51-&S i with Uie ex- 
pedition North of the Orange RiTer 
in 186S &8, and aricrwarda as De- 
puty AMistant Quartermaater* Ge- 
neral of the 2nd DiTialon. 
11 Surgeon Foes serred with the 10th regt. in the 
eampaign on the SutleJ, in 1846, and was present at the 
battle of Sobraon (Medal). Serred with the Queen's 
Royals in the Kaffir war of 18ftl<-&t ( and with the ex- 
pediUon North of the Orange RlTer in 1861-58. 

IS Captain Tonga serred with the Qneen's Royals 
throughout Lord ICeane's campaign in Afghanistan 
and Beloochistan, and was serereiT wounded at the 
stwrming of Ghusnee (Medal). He aerted also the 
in the Southern Msihratta oountry in 1844 
the storm of the fortress of PunellaJ, and 



Conean in 1846. 

Paymoi^er.— Oliver Nico&s/ 25 Nov. 45 ; Bns. p 13 Jan. 38 ; Lieut. 16 July 41. 
Adjutant, — 

Q,tuirter'Matter.—3oYea, Mansfield,* 27 Oct. 46. 

iS^ur^ecm.— Henry Clinton Foss," 17 June 51 ; Amst.-Surg. 26 Feb. 41. 
Amstant'Surgeons,^-Jo\m Edward Moffiitt,' 14 Mar. 51. 
Francis Holton, M.B. 23 May 61. 
Faeingi Blue. — Agent, Cox & Co. Irish Agents^ Sir B. R. Borough, Bart., Annit;& Co. 

1 Sir John Rolt senred with the ASOi in Bgypt in 1801. and was shot dirough the body in the aeUon pa the landipg. Ae- 
eesBpankd fhe expedldoii to Naples in 1806, and remained with that army until iu arrival in Sicily. Serred with t^e Ind 
hattalioa in the Penhisula the latter pan of 1809 and until Feb. 1810, when he was appointed to the Portuguese, serriee; 
pcvacvtat the battle of Butaeo, coTerfng the operations against Cindad Rodrigo. and capture of Badijoi. Comm^ded the 
17tfe Poftogueae Regiment from April 1811 to the conclusion of the war, including the actions of Berlansa and near Las 
Cassts bottle ef Vittoris, actions in the Pyrenees at SanU Barbara, Snd Aug., and atUch of Veraheighu 7th OeU battle 
of the NireUe, batUe and operations of the Nive on the 9th, 10th. Uth, ISUi, and ISih Dee. 1813. batUes of Orthes and 
TeuloMc. Prom the period of landing in the Peninsula in 1809, until the conclusion of hostilities hi April 1814. he was nerer 
•BO day ahsfBt fhnn his duty. Gold Medal i^om the Grand Seignior for services in Egypt \ the Gold Cross and one Clasp for 
Vitteela, MireUe, Mivo, Orthes.A Toulouse t and thesilrcr War Medal with three Claspsfor 9l7Pt| Busaco,andthe Pyrenees. 

5 Ucnt.XoL Jeplison served the campaign in AtTghanistan and Beloochistan, including the storm and capture ot Ghuznee 
(Vcdal) and of Khdat. He served also the cam|>aign in the Southern Mahratta country in 1844 (including the storm 
of the Fortrcsa of Punella), and that in the Conean in 1846: he commanded the storming parly at the Western Beighis of 
PnaeHa (wounded). 

6 Ustjiof Addieon served the eampaign in AJghanistan and Beloochistan, inclnding the storm and capture of Gh<ixnee 
(Medsl) and of Khelat, Was employed as migor of brigade during the campaign in the Boothem Mahratta country in IH44 
(inclading the atom of Punella.— wounded), and that in the Conean in 1846. Also seved in the Kaffir war of 1861-62-i3 
aad VM acTcitly wounded 14 Oot. 1861 in action with the Cafiet on the Waterkloof Bdghu. 



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Th« Dragon** Doumo" "Talatbea" « ALBVBBmA" «• Ptbotbi" ••5itm,l»"«* Nivb" 

-, •* PBKIV8UX.A." "PtTKiriAB." 

Yw' Sotv^i Cohnel.^9 Nathaniel Thorn,* CB. KH. Sn$, 16 Oet. 08 ; Lieue. S6 June 03 ; 

Capt. 4 Jan. 10; Jfi^;. 3 March 14 ; Lt.-Col, 21 June 17 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; 

Mqf.'Gen. 9 Not. 46 ; Lt.-Oen, 20 June 64 ; CoL of the BuA, 26 July 64. 
Lieut, -Co2oneZ.—Charleg T. Van Straubenzee,' Ent, p 28 Aug. 28; Lieut, p 

22 Feb. 33; Capi, pIO Mar. 37; Mqjor,ii1 Aug. 43; JBrevet'Lt.-CoL 30 

April, 44; U.-Col. 11 Not. 61 ; Col 20 June 64. 
itf4;0r«.---Jame6 Paterson/ Ent, p17 May 21: Xteu^. P4 Dec. 23; Capt. p6 

Apr. 31 ; Brev.-Mqj. 23 Dec 42 ; Mqj. 31 July 46 ; Bret. Lt.^Col. 20 June 64. 
Charles William Oreen, Bnt.Pl April 38; Xieu^. p13 Mar. 40; Capt. p 14 

May 47 ; Mqjory p 7 April 54. 



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Captains. 
Fred. Francis Mande/ «. 

Hugh8mith,« « 

Walter Pownall 

John Floyd » 

Charles Hood? 

Qeorge James Ambrose. 
Henry John King, «. . . . 
Chas. Comwallis Ross . 
Richard Sweet Cole" . . . 
Fred. William Gore**. * . 

John Lewes 

Rob. SandfordWarburton 
Lieutenants. 

Thomas Kains/ 

PhilipHen.Prender. Aplin 
Penrose John Dunbar • . 
E. Ker VaughanArbuckle/* 
Arth. LannoyCoussmaker 

James Pope, d, pm 

Leonard Sidebottomj euy, 
Henry 6. C. Burningham 
James Bullen Dennis . • 

William Walnman 

William Ross Tomer. . . . 
Jones Harper Reade .... 
WiUiam James Newton. • 

William Stewart 

Qeorge Noble Roe 

EN8ION8. 

Talbot Ashley Cox 

Fred. Arch. Macrelght • • 
Heniy Thomas Anley • . 
Robert Blair Hyndman . . 
Harry A. Arthur Breedon 
Barnes John Caldeoott . . 
Charles John Roper T^ler 
William Henry .... 
George Grant Suttle 



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P 13 Mar. 40 
P 8 Jan. 41 
P 6 Dec. 44 
P 17 Sept. 41 
P 26 June 44 
P 4 July 46 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 16 Dec. 46 
P 12 Aug. 36 
P 9 June 46 
P 14 May 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 

P 29 Not. 39 

21 April 46 

P 8 Dec. 48 

PIO Dec. 47 

30 Not. 49 

31 Mar. 48 
P 13 Dec. 60 
P14Mar.61 

6 Dec. 61 
P12 Dec. 61 
P 23 Not. 62 
10 Apr. 49 
P 17 Dec. 62 
P 21 Jan. 63 
P 18 Feb. 63 

P 29 July 63 

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14 July 64 

21 July 64 

P24 Aug. 64 

P 26 Aug. 64 



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P27 Aug. 41 



1 Not. 42 p 10 Dec 47 
P 18 Oct. 46 P 6 Dec. 60 

2 Aug. 44 Pl3Dec 60 
P20NOT.46P 7 Not. 61 

6 Not. 46 P 12 Oct. 62 



P 23 Apr. 47 
P26Feb. 48 
P26Dec. 38 
P 7 Apr. 48 
P 6 Dec. 60 
P 18 June 52 

20 May 42 

23 Sept. 61 
P30 Jao. 62 
P 21 May 62 
P 12 Oct. 52 

11 Not. 52 

P 23 Not. 52 

P 29 July 53 

P 7 Apr. 64 

6 June 54 

6 June 64 

28 May 52 
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22 Dec. 64 



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P 12 Not. 62 
P17 Dec. 62 
28 Feb. 61 
P 7 June 64 
P 29 Sept. 64 
P 8 Dec. 64 



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4 Lt.-Co1. 
tho GreBAdlen of the i 

the OhlM cxpedtUon lM«dal), 



before CuSob flrom ttac S4ch to the 
SUt Ma7 1841, delteee of Ntefvo. 
At Scfoan, Ctutpoo, Woemmf, Sluat- 
b«e, Chia Kltng Fo«, ead MaaUac. 

6 Cftpt.Mftude wupreseoi In 
the battle of Pnnniar (Medal) 
asAiiUatant of the BuA, and 
had his hone killed under htm. 

6 Uajot Smith, wd LlcaLKaiai, 
were present with the BuA et the 
batUe ef Punniar (Medtf ). 



7 .Capt Hood was employed in the year 184e» as 
Secretary on a Special PuUio Mission to the AifeBtiae 
BcpubUe to settle the diffwcnee on the pert of Che coas- 
bhnd powers of b^lead aad Praaea, and Oeoeral 
Bosa.the Oeremor of Boenos ▲yres. 

8 Sorseon Burke served with the Mth thronglkentthe 
eampain on the tntld in 18a*6. end was pveeent at the 
battUs of Mooylkee, S^BioMahah. Aliwal, and Sobraon 

In the two tatter engmgo. 
the war, he waa ia medic^ 



(Medal and three CI 
D OO QArT*- K4 ™«Bta, and to the end 
P 29 Sept. 64 eharn of the regiment. 

P 8 Dec. 64 * OapUin Cole served with the 91st Begt. ia the 
' Kaffir war of I848.r. 

10 Captain Oore atrrad with the Ith Begt. la the 
Kaffir wars of 1844.7, and of 18»l-«. 

Poynuw^tfr.— Fred. Qeo. Syme, 26 June 47 ', Ens, 22 Mar. 44; Lieut, 7 May 47* 
Acyutant,— Lieut. Leonard Sidebottom, 26 Sept 64. 
Quarter'JI£arter.^WimBm Stillwell, 27 Oct. 46. 
.9urye0f».— Joseph Burke," 22 Dec 48; Auitt.-Surg, 10 Jan. 40. 
Aeeittant'Surgeone, — Qeorge Goforth Wyer, 21 Feb. 61. 
Thomas TeeTan, 30 June 64. 
William Henry Day, 24 Not. 64. 
Faeingi Bnff.-^Agentif Meflsn. Cox and Co. Irish Agent, J. Atkinson, Esq. 
1 LteaU-Oeneral Thorn accompanied the Bafft to the Penlntala In Aug. 1808, where he Mrred until J«b. 
1800. Befcarned to the PenintuU in June foUowlng, and commanded the Light Company of the Baflh at the 
battle of T^aTera. Employed as an ofHoer of obsenratlon In Spanish Betremadura fh>m 9Bth Jan. to ard 
March 1810, ttom which period until the termination of that war in 1814, he serred as Dcpaty-Asalstant- 
Qoarier-Maeter-Qeaeral with the 2Dd Diriiion, and was present at the battle of Basaco, let siege of Badi^o't 
battle of Albuhein, actions at Arroyo da Mollno and Almaras, battles of Tlttoria,the Pyrenees, and Nirelle, 
battleeofthe NiTC on the 0th and 18th December (wounded;; action of Oarrls, battle of Orthee, acUon of 
Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Embarked with the troops from Bourdeauz to Canada in July 1814, as an 
Asftlstant-Quarter^BCaster-Oeoeral, and was preeent at the aflhlr of Piatteburg. Hone killed under him at 
Albuhera ; another In the action at the Pass of Maya; and a third In the action of the 18tb Deoember 1818, 
near Bayonne. He has received the War Medal with ten Clasps. 

a Coloocl Straubensee serred the eampaltn af alnst the E^Jah of Coorg la 1894. la the aelloa of Mahan^pere (Medal) oa 
39th Dee. 184S, he Boeeeeded lo the cemmaad of the S9th regt. 



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•« Th« LUm of England »»— " CORUNNA "— " BADAJOZ"— " SALAMANCA "— " VITTOBIA" 
" ST. SEBASTIAN "— " NIVB"— " PBNIN8ULA "— « BLADENBBVRO"— «' WATBUXK)." 
CoUmeL—^ Sir John Bell/ KCB. Ens. I Aug. 05 ; Lieut, 1 Oct. 07 ; Capt. 

12 March, 12; Mqf, 21 Jana, 13; laeuU-CoU 12 April, 14; Col. 6 May, 31 ; 

Me^or^Gm. 23 Nor. 41 ; Zt.-Gen. 11 Noy. 51 ; Col. 4th Foot, 26 Dec. 63. 
Zi«utenant'CoUma.^nearj C. Cobbe,' Sw. 15 Feb. 31 ; Zieut. p 23 Jan. 35 ; 

Capt. P 3 Not. 37 ; Mqj. p 20 Oct 40 ; Lt.-Col. 26 May 44 ; Col. 20 June 54. 
Mqjors.'-Jt William Sadlier,* Bns. 2 April, 07; lAeut. 4 May, 09 ; Capt. 26 

Aug. 25; Mqfor,4. Feb. 38; Brev. Lt.-Col. 11 Not. 51. 
Thomas WUliams, Ens. p 12 Sept. 22; Lisut. p 7 July, 25; Capt. p 17 June 28; 

Brev.'McJ.f 23 Not. 41 ; Mqfor, 1 June, 45 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 11 Not. 51. 
John Josiah Hort, Ens. 20 Nov. 40; Lieut, p 30 Sept 42 ; Capt. 29 Dec. 46 ; 

Jfiyor, 29 Dec. 54. 



Captains* 

Hercules Atkin Welman^ 

William Wilby 

Henry Balgny* 

John Cowell Bartley .... 
Archibald Rutherfoord . . 

Thomas Martin* 

George Latham Thomson^ 
Dominic Jacotin Gamble 
WilUam Trail Arnold.. 
Theobald Pepper Roberts 
OctaTius Yorke Cocks . . 
Aug. Bdw. Henry Ansell 

Jasper Hall 

James Barton 

M. Hamilton Dowbiggen 
Patrick Robertson' ••.. 

Lieutenants. 
Henry Ktrwan Robinson 
Fred. Anthony Treyor .. 
Francis Fisher Hamilton 

James Paton 

Thomas Shepi>ard, ady... 

William Winniett 

Cuthbert Eccles 

John Philip Bohun Forster 
Augustus Joseph Sykes 
Henry John Bower . . 

John Howley 

John Wlmbum Laurie 

Ensigns. 
Hon. Hugh N. G. Massey 
Henry Budgen Manle 
Charles Patrick Stokes 
Ferdinand H. Williamson 
Alex. Bower St. Clair 
Chas. £. Bayard Breton 



P 17 Jan. 40 
P27May 36 
P29 April 42 
P26 Apr. 39 
P 19 Aug. 36 

27 May 36 
P 27 July 38 
P 19 April44 
P20NOT. 46 
P 16 Dec. 40 
P80Mar.47 

22 Dec. 48 

P 2 Feb. 49 

P 13 June 46 

P 80 June 48 

7 Apr. 48 

P 18 Jan. 50 
P 15 Aug. 48 
P 18 Jan. 50 
P 15 Feb. 60 
P14 Feb. 51 
18 Jan. 50 
P 9 July 52 
P 10 July 62 
P17 Aug. 62 
P 13 May 53 
P 2 Dec. 63 
2 Sept. 63 

6 June 54 

7 June 64 
14 July 64 

P 18 Aug. 64 

P 20 Jan. 64 

16 Sept 54 



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16 Mar. 43 
P 7 Oct 37 
P 20 Oct 43 
P 20 Oct 40 
P 1 Feb. 89 
27 Oct. 89 

9April41 
P26Feb. 46 

2 Not. 48 

2 Aug. 44 

P 17 May 50 

22 Aug. 60 

P 31 Jan. 61 

19 Aug. 50 

Pl6Sept61 

6 Dec. 61 



CAPTAIN. 



P 3 Feb. 47 

P 10 Dec. 47 

P 12 Not. 47 

22 Aug. 50 

7 Mar. 61 

6 Dec. 61 

P 9 July 62 

P 16 July 62 

P 10 Feb. 64 

6 June 64 

P 4 Aug. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec 64 

29 Dec 64 

29 Deo. 64 

29 Dee. 54 



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4 Cftptt Wclnui «^«Mwi*^f^ 
detaohmeat ef the MUi. embarked 
in the primte loheoner Ariel at 
the caotore by aorpriae of the 
piratieai aehooiier BdmnM in a har- 
boor of the Merenrr Iila&d* on the 
26th Get. 184S, for which he re- 
eeWed the thanki of the Governor 
of New Zealand, aad the a 
tion of the Dnke of Wei 
He lerred the eaapaicn < 
Sntl^ in 1S4S4 aa A4)ntant of the 
80th. inctodinr the battles of 
Moodkee, Fbroteahah, and 8o« 
braeni ( Medal and two elaape). 



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Ifelbnfton. 
gn on the 



P 16 July 52 

P 10 Feb. 62 

P 29 Apr. 63 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

28 July 64 

11 Aug. 64 

15 Aug. 54 

P 15 Sept 54 

8 Dee. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

* Capt. Balffvy ferTedwlth Ihe Sth 1a the KalBr 

war of IS46 and 1847. 

a Capt Martin lenred wiUi the IMh loyal Irish 
thnHifbovt the Ohinn bpedltlon (Medal), and was 
present at the stonnlnff or Amoy, attask and eaptnre 
of Chapoo, Wooeonf , Shanfhal, and Chin Klanf Foo 
(wbers he commanded the Llfht Company), and In. 
Tcstaaent of Maakln. 

7 Cwt. thomson serred In the Cafte War, nnder 
Sir Benjamin D' Urban. Was wounded at the battle 
of the Alma. 

13 Bept. 63 ; Bns. p 12 June 36; Lt. 
[29 Dec. 49. 



Paymaster. — Francis Edwin Maunselli 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Thomas Sheppard^ 4 Nov. 63, 
Quarter-Master.— WmitLtn Connell, 19 Sept 64. 

5ttr^am.— Richard Francis Yalpy De Lisle, 5 Not. 62 ; Assist. '^Surg, 27 Aug. 41. 
Assistant'Surgeons. — Frederic Moore Smith, 6 Jan. 64. 
James Elcin, M.B. 7 AprU 64. 
Pacings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Coz ic Co. 
I Sir Joliii Bell lenred in Sldly In 180e and 7; In the PeniniuU and France from J«Iy 180B to Feb. 
1800, and again from May 1809 to July 1814, inclndtnf the battle of Yimlera, aoClon at the bridge of Al- 
meida, battle of Busaco, all the aettou during the retreat of the French firom Portugal, tlege and storming 
of Cludad Bodrlgo, siege and storming of BadUjoi, action at the heighu of CastriUoe, batUe of Salamanca, 
aeClon of SabUsns 4e If oriUos, battles of Ylttoria, the Pyrenees, Nirelle, Orthes, and Tonlouse^ Serred 
afterwaidf with the army employed against Louisiana, from Dee. 18U to June 1815. He has rseelTed the 
gold cfOM for the batUei of the Pyrenees, NIvelle, Orthes, and Toulouse} and the sUrer War Medal with 
Bis CUeps for the other battles and tlege*. 

9 OoloMl Oobbe commanded the dth Begt. throoghoot ihe Bastera Campaign of 18M, and was wounded 
at the battle of the Alma. 

9 Lt.-Col. Badlienerred in Sicily from July 1808 to June 1818, and wai preeent at the capture of the 
Iclands of Ischia and Proeida. Serred subsequently in the Peninsula, including the battle of Oastalla 
and siege of Tarragona, action at Villa Franca, besides Tarlous minor aflUrs: served alio in the American war, 
tneludlng the attack on Plattsburg. 

•«• The following officers also sonred the Eastern Campaign of 18M, including the battles la the Crimea, 
vix., Lieut.-Col. Sadller; Mftfor Hort, Capu. Balguy, Bartley, Rutherfoord, Arnold, Cocks, Dowblggen, 
Robertson ; Lieuta. Robinson, Trefor, Hamilton, Paton, Sheppard, Winniett, Eccles, Sylco, and Bower ; 
Pnymaster Manneell, Quartermaiter Council, Surgeon Do Lisle, and Assist-Surg. Eliln. 



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56 5tli Regt. of Foot (Northumberland FusiUers) j^*' 'iS^J'SSi:;^/"'' *'■ 

** Quo Fata Voeant," surmawnting St. George and the Dragon. On the corners of th§ 9nd colour tht 
Rom and Crown ; on the cap* the King's Crest ; aUo St. George killing the Dragon . *' WILHELMSTAH L" 
— " ROLEIA"— « VIMIERA"— « CORUNNA"— "BUSACO"— « CIUDAD RODRIGO"—" BADAJOZ"— 
' SALAM ANCA"—" YITTORIA"— " NIVELLE".-" ORTHEB"— " TOULOUSE »— « PENINSULA." 

Cohmel,-^'^ Sir John Grey/ KCB. Em. 18 July, 98 j Lt, 8 May, 09; CapU 

31 Oct. 08 ; Mqjvr, 27 Nov. 0(5 ; Lieut.-Col. 6 Feb. 12; Col. 22 July, 30 ; 

MqjOT'Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Lt.-Gen* 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 5th Fusiliers, 18 Hay, 49. 
Xt«u^.-C0;.— Philip Melmoth Nelson Guy, Ens. p 23 Sept. 24 ; Lt.P 12 June 28 ; 

Capt. P 29 Dec. 37 ; Mqj. 20 July 47 ; Lt.-Col. p 21 May, 60 ; CoU 28 Not. 64. 
Jf<{;or«.— Henry F. F. Johnson, Ens. 22 Nov. 36; Lieut, p 23 April 39; 

Capt. P 20 Jan. 43; Mtyor^ p6 Oct. 49. 
Walter Craufurd Kennedy, En$. 27 Oct. 31 ; Lt. 10 Nov. 34 ; Capt. P21 Feb. 

40; 3fq;or,P21 May, 60. 



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16 
16 
21 
16 
13 
14 
12 
12 
11 
11 
15 

14 
9 
9 
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9 
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9 
8 
8 
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Captains. 

James Egbert Simmons' 
William Chester Master 
George Bryan Milman, «. 

Griffin Nicholas 

John Wallace Colquitt . . 
Ferdin. Wm. L'Estrange 

William Lyons 

Arthur Watson Palmer.. 
John Swaine Hogge .... 
Garthshore Stirling Home 
Arthur England Johnson 

James Bailie 

Lieutenants* 
John Henry Chads, r. . . 
Francis Henry Pender . . 
George John Stewart. . • . 
Albert Ernest Ross .... 

John Flood 

Wm. Henry Petty Meara 
Jas.W. Dunlop Adair,a4^'. 

William Leach 

Legh Richmond Parry . . 
William Marcon Carter. . 
Edw. Reginald Simmons 
Robert Harris Hardy . . 
Geo. Hen. J. M. Chapman 
Fred. James Mylius • • 
John Robson Carlisle 
2nd Lieutenants. 

Robert Moore 

John Cornish Brown •• 

John Creagh • 

Ensigns. 
George Eyre Massy • • 

Edwin Fell Haig 

Oliver Colt 

Horatio Walpole 

PhUip FitiRoy 



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20 Jan. 32 
P 23 April 39 
P24 May 39 

8 April 34 
p]7Jan. 40 

27 Dec. 42 
16 Jan. 41 
24 Feb. 43 

P 9 June 43 
24 Feb. 44 
26 July 44 

P 28 Nov. 34 

9 Jan. 41 
P 27 Mar. 46 
P31 July 46 

22 Dec. 46 

23 Dec. 46 

24 Dec. 46 

21 April 46 
P 21 July 47 
P 30 July 47 
P 29 Dec. 48 

29 June 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P21 Nov. 61 

3 June 63 
P 10 June 63 

P 28 Oct. 63 
P30 Dec. 63 

28 April 64 

6 June 64 

P 28 July 64 

26 Aug. 64 

1 Sept 64 
P 6 Oct. 64 



LIEUT. 



29 May 36 

P 26 Oct. 41 

20 Sept. 42 

26 May 36 

P 30 Dec. 42 

9 Jan. 46 

12 Sept 43 

P 31 July 46 

9 Nov. 46 

23 Dec. 46 

24 Dec. 46 
31 Dec.^ 39 

12 May 44 
P 30 July 47 
P 21 Aug. 49 
P28 Dec. 49 
P21 May 60 
P 6 Dec. 61 

3 Jan. 62 
P20May 63 

3 June 63 

P 28 Oct 63 

29 Jan. 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 

P 6 Oct 64 



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BEEY.-MAJ. 



p 23 July 41 20 June 64 
P 29 Dec. 46 
P 29 Jan. 47 
22 Dec. 46 
P 20 July 47 
P 7 Mar. 61 

8 Mar. 62 
P20 May 63 

3 June 63 
P 28 Oct 63 

6 June 64 

3 0(:t. 48 



S Mi^or SlmiDoni lerred 
the campaign in Afl^hanlstan 
and Beloochistan, as A4iuunt 
of the Queen's Royals, includ- 
ing the storm and capture of 
Ohuxoee (Medal) and Khelat; 
at the storm of each of these 
fortresses bt was sererely 



Payma8ter.^YTeA. Blanco Forster, 6 Dec. 61 ; Ens. 12 Nov. 46 ; Lt* 13 Oct 48. 
Aefjutant. — Limt. James Wallace Dunlop Adair, 13 Oct 64. 
Quar^tfT-JIfa^fcr.— Robert Webster, 19 July 47. 

Surgeon. — Edward Scott Docker, 14 May 61 ; Assist. -Surg. 29 Dec. 40. 
Assist. 'Surgeons. — Henry Bowles Fhuiklyn, 26 March 62. 
Thomas Ravenscroft Wbitty, 25 Nov. 63. 
Facings Bright Green. — Agents, Messrs. Barron & Smith. 

I sir John Grey served In the Bsst Indies ki the eaapalfa agafaut TIppeo Sultan, Inelvdlaf the batdc of MaUaTelly, the 
attack of the Tope and SulUa pettah before Scringapatam, licfe of Scrlngapatan, and on the stonDliiff party at the assault— 
ncdal for this seTTka. Serrcd tn the Peninsula with the 6Ui, and was a major In the Snd battalion when tho Frrncb and 
Polish Lanoers attacked that reflnwnt at Bl Bodon \ present at the slcfc of Cludad Rodrlgo, also at the seallnf of the tm^nt 
troye on the nl^t of the storm, and at the storming of the great breach, which was earried by the Snd battalion or the 5th 
regtanent— twiee wounded during the siege i present also at the action of Fuente Oulnaldo. On the I9th Dee. 184S, with tte 
left wing of the Army of Gwallor, he defeated a MahratU force of tweWe thousand men, at Punniar (Medal), and captured 
all tbdr guns, S4 in number, one standard, all their anunuBldon, and some treasure, ke. Sir John has alio rccclTed the 
Wgr Medal wifh one etaspfor Ciudad Rodrlgo. 



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* Tks AnteUfpe,"^On the three coraen of the second colour," Tke Rote and CrotcnJ'—And on the Orena- 
diert' eapt, "The King's Om*."— "ROLEIA" — " VIMIEKA" — "CORUNNA"— " VITTORIA"— 
"PYRENEES*'— « NIVELLE"— " ORTHEB"— •' PENINSULA"—" NIAGARA.". 

lYeare'Serv. Colonel.— 9 Henry James RiddeU,* K.H. -En*. Mar. 98; Lieut. 19 April, 98 ; 

Capt. 24 Dec. 02 ; Jtfq;. 10 Dec. 07 j Lt.-Col. 4 June, 13 ; CoL 22 July, 30 ; 

Mqfor-Oen, 28 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen, 11 Nov. 51 ; Col, eth Foot, 26 June, 51. 
Ideutenant'ColoneL — Andrew Armstrong Barnes,' Ens, 21 July, 25 ; Lt. 28 

May, 29; Capt. Pi July, 36; Bt-MaJ. 9 Nov. 46; Mcif, 19 June, 48: Bt, 

Lieut.'Col. 20 Juno 54; Umt.'CoL 2 Oct. 54. 
lfE{^«.— Robert W. Macleod Fraser,' J^yw. 5 July 83 ; Lt, p 17 July 35 ; Capt, 

P 15 AprU 42 ; Jlfq/or, p 26 Dec. 51. 
Morris James Hall,^ Ena, p 15 Mar. 33 ; Lieut, 7 Jan. 36 ; Capt, p 1 Nov. 42 ; 

Brev.'Maj, 20 June 54 ; Mqfor, 2 Oct. 54. 



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30 



22 



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18 





25 





24 





20 





13 





12 





10 





10 





13 





9 





9 





7 





11 





8 





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6 





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2 





8 





1 





1 





1 





11 


2ft 


11 





9 





14 





9 





1 






Captains. 

J. Elpbinston Robertson^ 

John Craven Mansergh^ 

Edward Staunton? 

Edward James Blanckley^ 
Wm. Albert Stratton . . 
Henry Pratt Gore* .. 
Richard Thompson**^. . 
Charles Parker Catty" 
Philip Aug. Mosse .... 
Cortlandt Taylor, s, . . 
John H.Ford Elkington^'t 
Nicholas Appleby Spoor" 

Lieutenants. 
W. Lee,'' ad, Q.M.S8June44 
Edward Lloyd» .... 
Edwin Grogan .... 
Robert Unwin . • • • 
Fra.Wm. Hy. M'Cleland" 
Walter Tyler Bartley . 
William Grove Annesley 
Richard Henry Goodwin 

William Pitt Prettt 

John Dawson," d, pm, • 
John L. Otway Mansergh 
Lewis Blyth Hole .... 
Henry Robert Twyford 
W. C. F.Buriton Bennett 
Thomas FoUiott Powell 
Ensigns. 

Henry Parkinson 

John Edward Tewart . . . 
Oswald William Every . 

Richard Bolton 

Richai-dSheU 

Henry John Lawrell . . , 



P8 April 37 

26 Nov. 30 
17 May 31 
22 May 35 

27 May 42 
P 21 July 43 

8 Aug. 45 

P 2 May 45 

16 Apr. 42 

P 13 Feb. 46 

28 Aug. 46 
P 7 Apr. 48 

28 July 46 

P 12 Nov. 47 

P 18 Apr. 51 

11 Apr. 51 

3 Nov. 46 

26 Dec. 51 

P 23 Jan. 52 

P 24 Jan. 52 

P 13 Feb. 52 

28 May 52 

P 9 July 52 

3 Dec. 
P22 Nov. 50 
P17 Dec. 52 
P 18 Feb. 63 

P 22 April 53 
P 8 July 53 
P 26 Aug. 53 
14 July 54 
P 7 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 



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P21 June 39 

11 July 84 

4 Dec. 34 

17 Jan. 38 

P 19 Nov. 44 

P 10 June 46 

P12 Nov. 47 

29 Jan. 47 

31 July 46 

P 10 Dec. 47 

P 30 Mar. 49 

P 16 Jan. < 



26 Dec. 51 
P 26 Dec 51 



CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJ. 



P 27 Oct. 48 

81 July 46 

31 July 46 

7 Aug. 46 

P 30 Mar. 49 

P 26 Nov. 52 

P 1 July 53 

P26 Aug. 53 

6 June 54 

P 7 Apr. 54 

2 Oct. 54 

P 8 Dec. 54 



20 June 54 
28 May 53 



6 Mi^. Maniergh lerred irlth 
the 6th Regt. in the Kaffir 
War from the attack in the 
Boomah Pagf, S4th Dec. 1850, 
to the condation of the war 
in 1863. Was placed by Sir 
Harry Smith in command of 
the isolated post of Fort White 
in the entmy's country on the 
S8th Dee. 1850; caused the 
post to be stoclcaded, and with 
his party of 120 men defended 
it on the 8rd January ISAl, 
against a force of 1,000 Kaffirs 
under Sandilii, Auta, and other 
chiefs, who were defeated with 
severe lots, for which serrlce 
he and bis garrison were com- 
plimented in general orders. 
Was afterwards present at both 
aflhirs at the Waterliloof, and commanded the 
Regt. at the first attaclt. 

i M%|or HaU serfed with the 0th Regt. 
throughout the Kaffir War of 1840-7, in com- 
mand of the Light Company ,'and tools part in 
all the advance operations in which the 0th 
were engaged to the close of the war. 



P 6 July 52 

P 9 July 52 

24 Sept. 52 

P 26 Nov. 52 

P 15 Feb. 53 

P 1 July 53 

P 26 Aug. 53 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

P 7 June 54 

P 28 May 52 

2 Oct. 54 

P 8 Dec. 54 



Pa^mafter.Sydney James Timbrell,*^ 9 Hay 51 ; JBns, 27 May 42 ; Lieut, 
Adjutant,— Lieut. William Lee," 28 July 46. [10 Nov. 43. 

Quarter-Master.— John Croker," 28th July, 46. 

Surgeon. — Egerton James Pratt,i* 7 May 52 ; Assist.-Surg, 11 June 41. 
Asiistant'-Surgeons, — Henry Vereker Bindon,*' 12 June 46. 

Alexander Robert Hudson, M.B. 26 May 54. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
1 Iieat.-Gen. Riddell served as I>eputy-Asslst.-Quarter-Master»General at the capture of Copenhagen In 
1607 ; and as AssisUnt-Qoarter-Master-Geuend on the eastern coast of Spain and at Genoa, with the army 
aader Lord William Bentinck. 
S Ueat^Col. Barnes served In the Kaffir War of 1868-3. 

5 Miyor Praser acted as stafT officer to a detachment sent from Bombay in 1887 against the rebels in 
Canara. He served also in the Kaffir war of 1846-47. 

6 Mm^ot Robertson served with the 6ih Regt. in the Kaffir War of 1851-S-8: commanded the iufantry 
consisting of three companies of the 6th, and one company of the 79rd RegU. at the engagi>ment of the 
Boomah Pass In the Amatola mountains 84ih Dec. 1800 (horse shot), and also in the sliirmish on the fol- 
lowing day between the Keisliama Hoek and Fort White, when a large body of Kaffirs were defeated with 
great lose (mentioned in general orders). Commaoded the 6th Regt. on the 6th Feb. when attacked by a 
Urge force of Kaffirs between Fort Cox and Fort White, at which time a hundred of the enemy were 
killHl (mentioned in general orders). Appointed Commandant of Port Elizabeth and the district of 
Utienbage in March 1861, and was placed in command of SCO levies and 100 mounted burghers for the 
parpose of keeping the Zuurberg mountains clear of the enemy, and also the keeping open the communi- 
catioD between Port Blisabeth, and Graham's Town. Was engaged in several minor affiiirs with the 
tswmy from the abore time to the close of the wu in Harch 1858. 

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58 1th Regt. of Foot, {Royal Fwnliers.) \^j^^}Si^:^ 

In the centre of the colonn, The '' R(M^* within the '^Oarter" and the "Crmtn" orer it. 

And in the corners of the second Colour, The " WhUe Horse." '' MAftTiMiquB" 

"Talatbea" — "Albuhbra" — "Badajoz" — " Salamanca" —<< Vittobia" 

" Pyrbnbbs*' — "Orthbs" — "Toulousb" — " Pbninsula." 

ColoneL^9 Right Hon. Sir Sdward BhOceney/ QCB, CK^H. Comet 28 Feb. 

1794; Lieut. 24 Sept. 94; Capt. 24 Dec. 94; Meoor, 17 Sept. 1801 ; Lieut.- 

Col. 26 April, 08; Col. 4 June, 14; Mqfor-Gen. 27 May, 26; Lieut.- 

Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Gen. 20 June 64 ; Col. 7th FuaiUers, 20 Sept. 32. 

Lieut.'CoUmel.—LBicy Walter Yea,* JBns. p6 Oct. 26; Lt. p19 Dec. 26; Cemt. 

P 30 Dec. 3(5 ; Mqjor, p 3 June, 42 ; Lt.-Col. p 9 Aug. 60 ; Co/. 28 Nov. 64. 
Mojore. — Sir T. St. Vincent Hope Cochrane Troubridge,^ Bt., Sns, p 24 Jan. 34 : 
i^P30Dec.36; Ca;>*.P14Dec.41; Jlff[/.P9Aug.60; JB^.X^-CoZ.12Dec64. 
Arthur John Pack, s. Ens. p 9 Aug. 33 ; Lisut. p6 May 37 ; Capt. P 23 June 43 : 
Brev.'Mqf. 20 June 64; Mtjf. 22 Dec. 64. 



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Captains. 

Wm* R. Browne 

Frederick Mills 

R^Inald Yonge Shipley^ 
Eustace Henry Ros^. . . . 
Charles Edward Watson^ 
W.H. DominicFitzGerald^ 
RlchardWUllamAldworth 
Hon. Caveadish Browne 
William West Turner* •. 
Thomas Tryon ••••.... 

Dudley Perq^^ 

Hugh Robert Hibbert? .. 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Richard Williams Thomas 
Rich.L. Otway Pearson/. 
Henry Wm. Paget Butler* 
Fred. Ernest Appleyard^^ 
Thomas Wright Marten . 
G. W. Wallace Carpenter* 
George Heory Nevill* 
Joshua Harry Cooper. 
Philip George Coney^ 
Hon. Alfred Hen. Crofton* 
J. St Clair Hobson,*a4/. 
Henry Mitchell Jones^ . . 
Edwyn Stanhope Jervols 

John Mac Henry 

Lewis John Fillis Jones* 
Lord Rich. Howe Browne 
George Henry Waller 

Ensionb. 
Napier Douglas Robinson 
Edgar John Disney 
Hon. Edw. Fitz Clarence 
William L. L. 0. Wright 
Charles H. Malaa .... 
Francis G. Beauchamp 
Heathcote Plummer . . 
H. N. C. Tharstone . . 
Llewellyn Price Traheme 



UN8ION. 



29 Sept. 37 
P26Jan. 39 
P 6 Dec. 43 
P 16 July 41 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P 8 Oct. 44 
P19 Aug. 44 
P 6 Nov. 47 

19 Feb. 41 
P 12 May 48 
P16June48 
P 28 Sept 47 

18 Aug. 48 
3 Dec. 47 

P17 Sept 60 

p 14 June 60 

6 July 49 

P17 June61 

19 Feb. 47 
P 16 Sept 61 

9 July 62 



LIEUT. 



16 Jan. 47 
10 Apr. 49 

13 July 49 
P 2 AprU 47 

14 July 64 
P23NOT.63 

10 Aug. 64 



CAPTAIB. 



P 27 Mar. 46 
P2l June60 
P 30 Apr. 62 
P 28 Feb. 61 
P24Feb. 64 
P24Feb. 64 
7 Jane 64 
P 4 Aug. 64 
P27May 63 

21 Sept 64 
23 Sept 64 

22 Dec. 64 



BRBT.-MAJ. 



P 6 Mar. 41 
P 1 AprU 42 
Pll Dec. 46 
26 July 44 
P 8 Aug. 46 
P 27 Mar. 46 
P22 0ct 47 
P26Sept49 
P27 Dec. 42 
P 1 Feb. 60 
P 6April60 
P 16 Aug. 60 

P 7 Map. 61 
P 4 AprU 61 
P 9 July 62 
P 12 Oct. 62 
P 13 Dec. 63 
P 27 Jan. 64 

30 Nov. 49 
P 24 Feb. 54 
P 3 Mar. 64 

26 Aug. 63 

10 Mar. 54 

P 17 Mar. 64 

P 28 Mar. 64 

P 18 April 61 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

22 Dec. 64 

7 CapUlni WataoB, FitsOenU. oad Hnut, uaA 
UouU. Coney and RM . Jomi^ wen wvwtir wtrandeA 
at the Abna. 

9 Captain Hibbart. Llonta. Carpentv, CroAm^ an! 
Hobion. were lUchtly wonnded at the Alma. 

9 Captain Rom and Lieat. L. J. F. Jonaa vera 
labtly wonnded at Inkerman. 

10 Lieat. Appleyardfervrd with the 80th In the Bor- 
meie war of 18&S, and wa« preaent at the eapcore of 
Martaban* operations before Bengoon on the 11th, 
latb, and 14th April, and capture ef the Oreat Dagen 
Pafoda with the iitonninf party i alio at the eaptare 
of Promet wasBlifhtly wound«d«ttr '^ 



5 CoL Tea eommanda^tlieBoyal 
Fosilien throoghont the Faifern 
Campaiga of 18»4, inalndi«ic the 
battles of the Abna. BalaUa^ and 
Inkerman, and siege of SebaatopoL 

4 Sir Thomas Tnmbridn Oapt. 
ShiplsT, and Llcnt. Bntler, ware 
seTerefy wonnded at Inkacmaa. 

d Gapt. Turner served with 
the SOth in China (Modal), and 
was preteot at the defenee of 
Ningpo, action of Tioke, attack 
and capture of Chapoo, Shang - 
hao,Woosung,ftChinKianfFoo. 

6 Ueut. NeviU serrad with the 
99th throoghont the Pnnjanb cam- 
paign of 1848-9, laelndiag the 
paasage of the Cheaab» aad bat. 
tlesoT ChiUianwallah (woandcd) 
and OoatKiat (Medal and Ciaspa). 



11 Aug. 64 

P26Aug. 64 

3 Not. 64 

6 Nof . 64 

6 Nov. 64 

7 Not. 64 
16 Dec 64 
22 Dec 64 
29 Dec 64 

Paynta^er.— Henry Dixon, 29 Oct 62 ; JBns. p 6 Feb. 47 ; Lieut, p 29 D9e. 48 • 

Af^utant.-'Lieut. James St. Clair Hobaon,* 10 March 64. 

Quarter-Master. — John Mortimer Scott, 18 Aug. 64. 

i^tcr^eoTi.— Aug. Purefoy Lockwood, 21 Sept. 62; Assist. -Surg. 17 Sept. 41. 

Assistant Surgeons. — Alexander M 'Arthur, MD. 3 April 49. 

John PhUlipson Langham, 28 March 64. 
Alfred Malpaa Tippetts, 7 AprU 64. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox 8l Co. 
I Sir Bdward Blakeaey accompanied the expedition under M^Jor Gen. White to the Weit Indies, sad wao 
preient at the capture of Demerara, Berblce, and Eeeequfbo, in 1700: In the ooune of thia oerrioe he was 
three timet Ukon priaoner by Priyateert and soflbred serere hardahlpo. In 1799 he aoeompanied the expe- 
dition to Holland, and wao present in the actions of the 10th and 10th Sept., and also in thoee of the 2nd 
and eth October. In 1807 he salted with the Royal Fuslllert to the Baltic; Joined Lord Gathcarf s expedi- 
tion, and was present at the capture of the Danish Fleet and surrender of Oopenhagen. In 1800 he was 
present at the capture of Martinique. In 1811 he sailed for Lisbon in command of the Fusillors, and doring 
that and the following campaigns of 1818, 18, and 14, he was present at the battles of Busaco and Albuhera— 
severely wounded through the thigh; action at Aldea de Ponte, sieges of Cindad Rodrigo and Bodatox— 
serenely wounded through the arm at the assault; battles of Ytttoria, Pampeluna, Pyreneeo, and Mivelle, 
booldos ▼arious minor actions. In 1814 he Jofaied the force against New Orleans, and was present at the 
assault of the lines before that place. In 1816 he Joined the army in Belgium, and was present at the 
capture of Paris. Sir Edward has received the gold cross and one clasp for Martinlqoe, Alhtthera. 
Bad^ox, Yittoria, and Pyrenees; and the Silrer War Modal with four clasps for Buiaeo, Ciudad Rodrigo, 



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The «* TFftito Hwrst^** on t red sroand within the " Garter;* and tbe« OrownT over it. In the 
thMe coraen of the leeond colour, the *' Royal Cypher and Crown.*' ** Nee aspera terreni." 
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Ca^onei.— 9 John Dufi^/ CB. EC. J^yu. 21 Oct. 95; Lieut. 6 Jan. 06; Capt. 

12 Aag. 04; Jfq;. 6 Feb. 12 ; Lt.-CoL 22 Not. 13 ; Col. 22 Jnly SO ; Mqj\- 

Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 8th Foot, 10 Oct. 54. 
lAeut.-CoUmeU.-^HenTfWmohcombe Hartley, .Brw. 10 Sept. 18; Lieut. 1 Oct. 

20; Capt. Pi Oct. 25; Srevet'Mqior,2BJ}iae 38; JJf^yor, P26 Oct.41 ; 

Lt.'Col. P 16 Dec. 45 ; Col. 20 Jane 54. 
John Longfleld, JSm. p23 June 25; Irteu^. p 26 Sept. 26 ; Ca;»^ p 30 Jan. 35 ; 

Mqjor, P 19 Nov. 44 ; Lieut. -Col, 3 Apr. 46 ; Col, 20 June 54. 
irq;0r«.— -Edward Harris Qreathed, Bns. p 22 June, 32 ; Lieut, p 10 May, 33 ; 

Capt. P 27 Apr. 38 ; 3f^'. p 3 Apr. 46 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 20 June 54. 
James Croft Brooke,* Sns. Pdl Oct. 31 ; Lieut, 2 Sept. 33; Capt. 31 March, 

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Captaihb. 

John Hinde 

James Speedy 

James Johnston 

A. Cunningh. Robertson' 
Edwin Gream Danlell^ . . 

WiUiamBayly* 

George Edward Baynesf. 
Richard Wilson Hartley 
Charles Staniforth Hext 
Alfred Ingilby Gamett.. 
Robert Stuart Baynes . . 
John Millar Bannatyne . 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

John Ball Campbell .... 
Richard Wm. Woods' .. 
Thomas George Souter' 
Charles PowerCobbe, acy. 
Daniel Beere .... 
Thomas Aldridge 
Brsk. Nimmo Sandilands 

George Corry , 

Shaftoe Craster Craster. . 
Robert Becher Stewards 
William Henry Herrick 
B.Kennicott M'Dermott' 
Charles Covell Neame 

Horace Ximenes 

Wm. Waldegrave Pogson 
George Fuller Walker 
John VereWm.Hen. Webb 
Thomas Beattle Grierson. 
Alexander Ross Bayly 
Wm. Raymond Ximenes 
Chas. Sutherland Dowson' 
G. Egerton Huddleston 

Ensigns. 
Herbert Vernon LUlicrap 

John McNamee 

Charles Geo. Mackenzie 
William Fred. Metge . 
William Cole Hamilton 
Frod. Bradford M'Crea. 
Paymaster. — 



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P 28 Feb. 35 

15 May 28 
P 7 June 89 
P 15 Sept. 87 

2 Oct. 35 
26 Jan. 39 

2 July 41 
P 26 Oct. 41 

9 Oct. 35 
P 13 May 42 
P 28 July 43 
P 17 Dec. 47 

2 Jnly 41 

P 27 Aug. 41 

21 May 42 

13 July 41 

4 May 42 
21 May 42 
21 May 42 
26 July 44 

P27 Sept. 44 
23 Dec. 43 

5 Jan. 44 

1 Nov. 42 
20 May 42 

P27 Mar. 46 
P 27 Mar. 46 

14 Apr. 46 

29 Jan. 47 
P 21 May 47 

2 Apr. 47 
P 29 Dec. 48 

8 June 42 

30 Dec. 48 

9 Feb. 49 
2 Feb. 49 

P 21 Feb. 51 
P 13 Feb. 52 
P23 Nov. 52 

6 June 54 



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P 30 June 37 

23 May 32 

P 13 May 42 

P 20 Aug. 41 

7 Sept. 88 

23 June 42 

P 12 Dec. 43 

P 27 Sept. 44 

6 Oct. 87 

P 4 July 45 

P 27 Mar. 46 

P 10 Jan. 51 

29 Sept. 43 

30 Dec. 43 

28 Jan. 44 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 
3 Apr. 46 

P21 Apr. 46 

P 28 Apr. 46 

18 Nov. 40 

P 14 Feb. 45 

29 May 48 
9 Feb. 49 

13 Sept. 49 
P 21 Feb. 51 
p 15 Oct. 62 

6 May 53 
25 May 53 
27 Mar. 46 

P27 June 54 

7 Lleutt. Woods, Souter, and M*Dermott were 
present with the BuA in the action of Pnnniar, 
and have received the Bronse Btar. 

8 Lieut. Dowion served tilth the SQIfa Begt. 
throughout the Puiyaub campaign or 1848-9, 
including the passage of the Chenab, and 



P 4 July 45 

14 Jan. 44 28 Nov. 54 
P21 Apr. 46 
PU Nov. 45 
P 25 Nov. 45 

29 May 48 

17 Oct. 48 

9 Feb. 49 

P25 Feb. 45 

P 21 Feb. 51 

15 Mar. 53 
P 22 April 53 



8 Captain Robertton lerred 
In the Anglo-Spanish Legion 
from July 1885 to June 1887. 
Received a medal for the ac- 
tion of 8th May, 1887; the 
cross of the 1st class of San 
Fernando, for the actions ot 
the 15th and lOlh March, 
1887 ; and another medal for 
the storming of Irun, 17th 
May following : severely 
wounded in the fkce by a 
splinter in the general actieP* 
on the heights of Ametta, 1st 
Oct. 1886. 

4 Captain Daniell served with 
the 66th in China (Medal), and 
was present at Amoy, Chusan, 
and Chinhae, indading the 
repulse of the night attack. 

6 Capt. Bayly was present 
at the battle of Plattsbarg in 
1814. 



battles of ChilUanwaUah and Ooojerat (Medal 
and Clasps). 



Ac^ant.-^Lieut* Charles Power Cobbe, 6 May 53. 

Qi4ar^«r-ilfa«^0r.— JohnBo88y8 Nov. 42. 

5ur^e<m.— Francis Charles Annesley, 15 Aug. 48 ; Aasist.^Surg. 17 Sept, 39. 

Amttani'Surgeone. — Richard Domenichettl, M.D., 3 Apr. 46. 

Hen. Clinton Martin, 20 Mar. 46. r J^ocin^ Blue.— 
Henry Day Fowler, 19 Dec. 45. L Agents^ Cox & Co. 
» ^ „ 1 Ueut-Qeneral Dufiy served in tlie campaign of 1796 in the West Indies under Sir Ralph Abercromby ; 
' g S on an expedtaoa to the coast of Holland in the winter of 1796 ; in the East Indies in 1799 ; and with the force 
^ 1 i under Sir Dnrid Baird from thence to Egypt in 1801 (medal) ; at the siege and capture of Copenhagen and 
So • bttUe of Xloge, in 1807 ; the eampaipn of 1808-9 in Spain under Sir John Moore, in the Light Brigade; 
s ^5 in the PeninsuU«with the 43rd Light Infantry, from 1809 to the end of 1818, including the acUonsof Con- 
-4o deixa, Pombal, Bedinha, and Sabugal; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Cindad Bodrigo—commanded 
~'a • the asMultittg party at the capture of Fort Beynard, an outworli of Cludad Bodrlgo. Si«ge and aasault of 
ate Badajos (medal), battle of Vittorla (wounded in the head), sereral skirmishes in the Pyrenees and on the 
c,-5 § Hdaisoa; acUon of the beighu of Vera, battles of the NiveUe and NIto. He has reesired the gold ineda^ 
I ► for Badi^os, and the sUrer War Medal with six clasps for Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudad Bodrigo, Vittorii 
Pyreneee, Nivelle, and Nive. 



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BU8AC0," "SALAMAKCA/' 
PENINSULA/' "CABOOL, 1848/' «*MOODKEE," 



ST. SEBASTIAN/* " NIVE," 
<<F£ROZ£SHAH/' "80BRA0N." 
Colonel.— 9 Sir James Archibald Hopey' KCB. En*. 12 Jan. 00; Lt. 3 Jane, 

01 ; Capt. 18 Feb. 06; Mqjor, 6 March, 11 ; Lt.-Col. 21 June, 13; Col. 22 

July, 30 ; Maj.^Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Zt.-Oen. 11 Not. 51 ; Col. 9th F. 18 Feb. 48. 
£*.-Co/.— Arthur Borton,» Sns. p 13 July 32 ; X*. p 3 April 35 ; Capt. 30 July 

41 ; JBrev.'Mqj. 3 April, 46; Mqj. Pl9 Sept. 48 ; LU-Col. p 10 June 53. 
M(y'ors.—ChAT\eB Ehnhirst/ JEns. p 14 Aug. 36 ; Lieut. P 17 Oct. 37 ; Capt, 

22 Dec. 45 ; Mqjor, P8 June 52. 
Frederick D. Lister,* .&<»«. 16 Sept. 36; Lt. p 22 Feb. 39; Cop^.PU Apr. 46; 

MtyoTf P 10 June 53. 
Duncan Munro Bethune/ JSns. 17 Apr. 35; Lisut. 21 Mar. 38; Capt, 22 Dec. 

45 ; Mqfor, 29 Dec. 54. 



Captains. 
Charles Henry Leslie* 
Alexander Tayler< . . . 
GteorgeHarringtonHawes* 

Sydney Darling 

Henry Ralph Browne.. •< 

John Hanluun' 

John William Percy .... 
Simeon Charles Lousada., 
Hon.W. Leopold Talbot,«, 
Charles Spencer Gaynor*® 
Hopton Bassett Scott 

Robert Daunt ** 

Tho. E. Bowerbank Dent" 

William Burden* 

Frederick Smith , 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Henry John Wilkinson. . 

Wm. Parker Terry , 

Arthur Oswald Richards 
James Legh Thursby .... 

William Daunt 

B. J. PoUezfen Bastard 
John Barton Taylor .... 
B. C. Wm. C. Blozsome 

William Nugent , 

William Crosbie Harvey 
Allen George Douglas • . 
William Hussey 



P23 May 48 

2 Apr. 46 

1 Sept. 48 

P 19 Sept. 48 

13 Sept. 48 

P 18 Jan. 50 

P 12 July 50 

P18 Apr. 51 

- 2April52 

P 11 June 52 

9 July 52 

^ PlSFeb. 53 

Henry Marcus Beresford p 13 May 53 
James L. Stawell Sealy . . p 13 Dec 53 

Ensigns. 
William Claude Elliot 
H. Masterman Thompson 
Charles James Borton 

Thomas Benant 

Hen. CoUiDgwood Yibart 



P 20 July 38 

21 June 39 

24 Nov. 43 

30 May 43 

3 Apr. 46 

P 22 Dec. 43 
21 Apr. 46 

P 3 Apr. 46 

P 20 May 42 
9 Xov. 38 
24 Dec. 47 

P 28 July 40 

P 19 Feb. 41 
26 Oct. 41 

P20Oct. 47 



P 6 Jan. 54 

6 June 54 

14 July 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P 18 Aug. 64 

P25Aug. 54 



LIBUT. 



16 July 41 

30 July 41 
4 Jan. 46 

4 July 45 
P 19 Sept. 48 
P23 Dec. 45 
P30Mar.47 
P 2 Feb. 49 
P 26 Jan. 44 

27 Mar. 40 
P 28 Mar. 51 
P 16 Aug. 42 
P21 July 43 

13 Oct. 43 
P 12 July 50 

P 31 Oct 51 

2 Apr. 52 

P 2 Apr. 52 

P 8 June 52 

P 15 Feb. 53 

P 10 June 53 

p 13 Dec. 53 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P 18 Aug. 54 

16 Dec. 54 

15 Dec. 54 

16 Dec. 54 



P 14 Apr. 46 
P 23 May 48 
P 19 Sept. 48 
P 29 Dec. 48 
P28 Dec. 49 
P 12 July 50 
P 8 June 52 
P 10 June 53 
P 14 April 48 
6 Juno 54 



29 Dec 54 
29 Dec 64 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dee. 54 



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ISCMtDant 
Mrvcd the emm. 
palgn In Afl^haa^ 
iiaui(M«dal)aBd 



P 4 Auir 54 «»»^<»«'>«8oUej 



iBfttMbattlM ml 
Moodker.FcfOM. 



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SMigon Blmhlnt and Usttr 
(wovodcd; at htaliff), uid Capt. 
Bordeo MTYcd the campaign to AC- 
rhaaiscan ander Oancral Pallock, 
and hav* notirtd tha Medal for tha 
ra-«aptan of Caboel. 

S Capt. Hawet serrad tbp eam^ 
palgn on Um SaUaJ In l9*i-€ 
(Medal), Ineladtanc ttaa banics of 

9 Captain Hmhaa wrrcd tiw 
campaifn on ttaa SnU^ in IS4&^6 
(Medal), and was preeent at tka 
battlei of MoodJcea, (wouadad) Pa- 



10 CapUlni Gaynor and Dent 
mrad tba campaifn of 1841 in 
AfllilianlitaB (Medal) i and that aa 
tba Satl^ in 1845^ (Medal), in- 
elodlnf ttaa baSUa of Maodkor* 
Feroietliah, & SobfMO. 



18 Snrff. Le Blue eenred with a detaehant of tba 
S8th Begt. tai eo-oparaUon witb a Naral cxpadltian 
wider Capt. Lock, In tbe aeeant, in boats, of tlM river 
St Joan da Nlcaragoa, Contnl AnMriea. In 1S4S, in. 
clttdlaff tbe aaiault and eaptare of dM port cf Sonu 
plqui, and corrander of tbe Foitt of Caatello Vi^ and 
St, Carlo*. 



William Harris Burland 

Pttymoiter.—Ajxdiew 8ieTwrighty^2 Apr. 62; JBns. 1 Apr. 46 ; X^ PI Sept. 48. 

Aeffutant. — Lieut. 

Quarter-JHa^er.—Waiiam Banbury, 8 July 51. 

5tfr^«on.— Edward Le Blanc," 27 Feb. 52 ; Aenst.-Surg, 24 May 41. 

Anut^'Surgeons.^-John Coote Orens, 16 Dec. 53. 

Robert Wyatt Meadows, 26 May 54. 

James Crosse Johnston, 1 Dec. 54. [Armit, & Co. 

Facings Yellow,— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.— JrifA Agents, Sir B. R. Borough, Bt.f 

Sir Jamee Hope aervcd with the expeditSon to Hanorcr in 18W-6( to Zealand in 1807, indudins the aiofa of Copen- 
lagen { to Sweden in 1806; in Portugal and Spain in Ifl08-S, indnding the action at Lufo and battle of Connna. With 
he expedition to Walehercn in 1809; the Pcnintnlar campaigna from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, indvdiw the 
>attle of Banoaa, aiege of Cindad Bodrigo, eorering the aiege of Badadot, afkira in front of Selamanra and at Oaaa, battle 



f Vittoria, aiMe of Sai. Sebaatian, paaaagea of the Bidaaaoa. Oave d^leran, and Gave de Pan s battlea ef the Nivdlc;, Kire, 
mhea, a Tooloaae. 8b Jaa. baa reedTcd the gold croaa ft a daap for the hatUea of Vittoria, NireUe, Nive, Orthea, and 
oaloow ; and the Savrn War Medal with Sve daapa for Conmna, Boaaoo, Cindad Bodrigo^ Bad^ioB, and Salamanea. 
1 Licut.-Col. Borton aerred tbe eaaapalgn in Aflkhaniatan la 1841 (Medal) nnder General PoUoefc t and that on the Sntlej te 
B4&-0 ( Medal) Indvding the battlea of Moodkee, and aueeeedcd to the eoounand of the reft, at Feroaeahah (acrerety woaodcdX 

4 Major Bethune aerred the campaifn In Aflkbaniatan In ]849(Medal),— aaaAJatantortheSthattberoreinf of tbe Kbyber 
'aaa, and aa alde-dceanp to Sir John M'Caakin at the aeUon of Mamookall, ft>rein« tbe Tczeen Paaa, re-captare of Cabool, 
coraa, eaptnre. and deatnietlon of lataliff. He aerred alao the campaifn on tbe SatkJ la 184&.8 (Medal), aa aide de-«amp to 
<lr John M'CaaklU at tbe battle of Moodkee, where the Mi^or-Oeneral waaklUed,~aaalde-de camp to Brigadier Wallace 
who was killed), at Feroaeahah (ehaig er abot).— and in command of the light company of the 9th at Sobraon. 

5 Captain LeaUe aerred with the 80th the campaign on tbe SnUeJ In 184»-a Indudtaf the battlea of Moodkee. Peroae. 
Iiab, and Sobnon, for which he baa reeelTed a Medal and two Claapa. In Nor. 1844 be waa wrecked on one oftba Andaman 
ilanda in the tiaaaport Briton, with three companlea of the SOth Foot, and carried the deapauhee from the lalaad to Moul- 
lein, rtorlag whieh Uma he waa St daya at aea In an open boot. 

6 Capt. Taylor aerred the campaifn of IStt in Afl^butotan (Medal) { ud that on tho SntleJ (Medal), lactedltv tba 
tttlei of Moodkee and Fetoieabah (aetenly wovnded). 



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Captains, 
John CasBidy Stock* .... 
Mitchell Geo. Sparks? > 
Brev. Lt.'Ool. 80 June 54. ) 
Richard Mordesley Best* 

Charles Dunbat* 

Henry Radford Norman** 
Steph.Fra. Cha. Annesley 
J.Van Harthals Montaga* 
Samuel Bnzges Lunb . . 
Robert George Jephson'* 
Charles Doyle Patterson*^ 
William Knox Orme" .. 
George Hamilton 

LlBUTEKANTS. 

Alexander Montgomerie* 
Marshall Valentme Bull^ 
George Lewis Di?eAmiel*^ 
John William Medhurst* 
John Thomas Chandler*' 
John Mapes Webb Bnsor** 
RichardCormickClifford«> 

Cuthbert Barlow"* 

John Montresor Smyth** 

Charles Nedham,*^ r 

Patrick Browne Lucas** 
W. H. P. Gordon Bluett** 
John Bdmund Whaite** 
J. Lee Sianwell Aldersey 
Thomas C. Robertson . . 
Hugh Augustus Crofton** 
Henry M. Hayelock, adj 
George C. Bartholomew 
S. H.Molesworth Eaton . . 

Henry Henderson 

Frederick Beatty 

Ensigns. 
Fred. Browne Sandwith 
Michael O'Donnell .... 
Rob. T. Fra. Hamilton . . 
St Andrew B. St John 

Percy Beale 

George William Graham 



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4 Not. 19 

P 20 April 32 
P 3 Aug. 26 
P 23 Feb. 38 
P 6 July 38 
P 17 April 40 
P 14 Dec. 32 
P 19 Oct 88 
21 June 39 
P 13 Mar. 40 
P 16 June 80 

P 24 Sept 41 
P 16 Not. 4] 
P20Dec. 39 
P 20 Jan. 43 

24 Mar. 43 
P 22 Dec. 43 

17 Oct 45 
18AprU46 
23 Sept 46 
28 Feb. 46 

P 10 Oct 46 

P23May 48 
IB Dec. 47 

P 20 Oct 48 
10 April 49 

P21 July 48 
31 Mar. 46 

Pl7May 60 
19 Feb. 47 

P 13 Dec< 
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1 Feb. 29 
26 Dec. 23 

P 16 Jan. 36 
9 Not. 32 
8AprU42 

P17 Aug. 41 

P22 April 42 
6 Feb. 86 
8 April 42 
4 Oct. 41 

P31 Dec. 44 
22 July 36 



P 25 Not. 42 

P 16 Dec. 42 

P 1 July 42 

15 Sept 46 

10 Oct 46 

22 Dec. 



7 July 48 

1 Aug. 48 

4 Oct. 48 

22 Feb. 49 

21 Feb. 60 

29 Not. 60 

P 9 May 61 

P 16 May 61 

P 23 Juno 48 

P 13 Feb. 62 

14 Aug. 49 

P 24 Dec. 62 

P 26 Aug. 64 



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12 July 42 
28 June 36 

P 7 June 89 
6 Sept. 46 
4 Oct 48 

P 22 Oct 47 

P16 May 61 

7 July 48 

16 Mar. 63 

16 Mar. 63 

P 11 June 47 
6 Aug. 47 



BREV.-MAJ. 



20 June 64 
9 Not. 46 
11 Not. 61 



CCondjiutloii of Note S.J 
eNded to the *«i«»nnTM! of th> wholo 
of tbo troopa which wen enffaced. 
and held the pealtloa until reliered 
the fUlowlof mondag, althoufh 
I wouaded and expoMd to Uie re- 
_ j peeted attmipts of the eneny to 
AK retake It i 7th Not. In the aetion oi 
IT Aft^ Soorjkoond eonmaaded the rifht 

1 Jan. 47 , hrlfade, and with it led the attack* 
P 10 Dec. 47 I MPterinr the whole of tiie eneuy's 
guna at the pofait of the bayonet 
wltheat firinc a shot i f7ih Not. hi 
the earryinf of the heighta befbre 
Mooltaa, commanded the reeerre 
on the extreme rifht, and directed 
the attack of Itt leadlnff colmnn. 
On the 18th Feb. 1849 he Joined with 
the Mooltan force, the army mider 
Lord Oouth,aad coomanded the 
loth at the battle of Ooojerat, 
and waa specially naofied for his 
conduct both by the Commander. 
in-Cbicr and the OoTeniorw General 
(Medal and Clasps). 

4 Major PenwSek, Capt Montafu. 
Lleuts. Moalcomcrie, Bull, and 
Medhurst, serrcd with the 10th in 
the eampUfn en the SutlcJ, and 
were present la the battle of So- 
braon CMcdal). 
t IfiOorLongdm ierved with tbo 



\m Mmpairn of 1845-fl^ and was pieaeat 
»fSobraan(MedAl). He aerred also the 



10th in the 8n( 

in the battle of , ,. . _^ .„, 

PuiUaiib eampaiga of 1848-9. and was preeent dttrioc 
the whole of the aiege operations hefiire Moolun, in- 
dodmc the aiTair of the 9th Bept^ storminf the 
enemy's atn»|ply intrenched position before Moolian 
18th Sept., acuon of Sooijkoond, eairyinr the heirhta 
on 37th Dec in command of the rest., and sorrender ot 
p Oi; A ..» KA I V**^**?** •• '•*^ Bnrineer t afterwards preaent at 
P^ Aug. 64 IthebntUe of Goqjerat (Medals ' 



P I Dec. 

29 Not. 60 

23 Jan. 62 

12 Mar. 52 

P21Jao. 63 

P 10 June 53 

Home PurTis JP28 Mar. 64 

Charles Errol Hope .... | P 25 Aug. 64 Ithe bntUe of Goqjerat (Medal and Clasps). 

Pfltymoit^r.— Edward Lee,*' 12 Sep. 48 ; JBns. p 12 June, 35 ; Lieut, p 13 Apr. 39; 
AtJ^utant.^Lieut, Henry Marshman HaTclock, 13 Feb. 52. [Capt. I Aug, 48. 
Quarter-Master,— Jhtnes Murphy," 3 March 48. 

iS^ttr^Am.— Charles Alex. Gordon,* M.D., 10 July 46; Astist.-Surg. 8 June 41. 
AseUt,' Surge, — Duncan Robertson Rennle, 7 May 62. r-Facinge Yellow.— 

John Andrew Woolfreyes, 13 July 47. Agents, Messrs. 

John Tulloch, 7 June 64. L Cox & Co. 

t. .^ ------ M'Mahon serrcd with the Szpedttion oader Sir Ralph Abcreromby in 1800, destined for opermtions on the 
£?^"',2f*f:"f.*^!^ '•"**• **•• *"•• •"* •»»»«<I0««y « the ocenpntlon of Malta. He serred in the Peninsular 
War ta 1800, 10, 11, — -■ .^ -*•«•- • — •--•. ■ — ..... — 

tf> riTcn Con and Afw 
Prea ch Army; He 



I II, and part of 1819, iacludinf the operationa oa the frouticrs of Portufal aad Spain, eonUcuoua to the 
Afveda i at the Lines of Torres Tedras. aad at the subsequent adTance therefrom on tiie retreat of the 




s tllfhtly wounded t nominated a C.B. Coomanded the 1 0th 
Pn^ianb campaign of 1848-9, includluff the whole of the ticfe operations before Mooltan : ITtii Auf. 1848 command 

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CofoMl.— 9 5ir John WUson/ KCB.B9U.86Har.1794; XM 2 Aug. 05 ; CaptAS 

Jan. 09; Jr<|;0^,27 May, 1802; Ueut.-Col. 22 Dec. 08; Co/. 4 June, 14; 

Mqj,'Qen, 27 May, 25; Xi^^.-C?en. 28 Jane, 38; G«ii.20 June 54 ; CoL lltfa 

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Ueut»'Col<mel,-^^M Henry Keane Bloomfield,*^^. 30 Sept. 13 ; Ueut, p 7 Aug. 

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Lieut.'Col P27 June, 45 ; Col. 20 Jane 54. 
Mqjors,—9 John Casemir Harold,* JEru, 25 Sept. 06 ; Lt,2S May, 07 ; Capt. 

16Feb. 15; Br«j.-Affli;.10 Jan.37;lfty.6 Nov.41 ; Brev,'Zt.'CoUl Nov. 51. 
John Singleton, JBru, p 17 June, 26; Zieut. p 31 Dec. 27 ; Capt. p 15 Feb. 39 ; 

Mqjor, P27 June, 45 ; Brev.-IAeut-CoL 20 June 54. 



Captaikb. 

Edward Moore 

fidward Lynch Blosae . . 
Augustus Fred. Jenner,«. 
John Walpole D'Oyly .. 





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A.H.L.Wyatt, LctOJiueM 

Thomas Peebles 

John Roe •• 

Francis Barry Drew • 

Robert Neville 

Lawre. Hartshome Scott 
Frederick Torrena Lyster^ 

Lieutenants. 
John T. Tho. Boyd, o^/. 

Richard Maunsell 

Joseph Stewart Travers . . 
R. Wingfleld Cardiff. . . . 
HenryJno.Maelean,ita4/ 
Harry Clayton Hague . . 
Philip Doyne Vigors .... 
Qeo, TodcUngton Osbom 

John Finch 

William Dutton Naper. . 
William Henry Clarkson 

Owen Davies 

William Alfired Swift .. 
Richard llotham, #..... 
Fra. Wm. Henry Petrie 

Ensigns. 
Hy. L' Estrange Herring, 

d.pm •• 

Thomas Hill 

Edward Birch. 

Fred. Verney M. Raynes. 
Lewis Henry Harrison . . 
Stuart James Shortt .... 
Robert William Kioahan 



21 May 18 
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1* OOct. 35 
P17 Sept. 41 
P 21 July 43 
P 17 Sept. 25 
P17Mar. 37 
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20 June 41 

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P21 June39 
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P 24 Feb. 29 
P 6 Feb. 41 
P 9 Oct. 46 
17 Aug. 48 

4 July 45 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P 1 Nov. 42 

4 July 45 
P 4 July 45 

15 Mar. 48 
P 1 Dec. 48 
P 15 June 49 
P 7 June 50 
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P 16 Sept. 51 
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P 30 Sept. 53 

6 June 54 
6 June 54 

16 July 50 
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P 5 Sept. 43 
P 5 April 44 
P 15 June 49 
P 18 Apr. 51 
P 29 June 32 

6 June 51 

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P 21 Nov. 51 

25 April 53 

6 June 54 
P 30 July 52 

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tetti* of WateilM, _ 

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8 Lt..CoU HmU acrtod thaciM- 
palfn and battle of OoraDoa. Is. 
PcdMon to Walahaien aad al^c of 



6 Paymaitar B^jd 
the espeditioa to Walehami, and 
waa pcoaent at Um alagaaf Fluaktar. 

4 Oaptala Lyalar aarvod with the 
50th In the battle of Pamilar ( Me- 
dal). Prerkna to enterii^ the 
Britiah Mirlee ho aervod tai Portn. 
ffal, in th« Pedrolte anj, from 1831 
to 18U. and vaa at the dclteee of 
oporto, and in att the aflUrs tmm 
the ralaiiwof the riege to tte tor. 
mlnationofthevar. He aflervards 
■erred In Spain nnder Sir De L-ary 
Brana, as Captain of lafcntnr, and 
under Bapartcro ai Captain of Ca- 
valrj. and lubeeqaentlj an the iteff 
of General Don Dlefo Leon, whoae 
eaeort he eomaMadod from IBM to 
1S41. Waa tvlee deeovatad with 
the Order of St Perdlnaad itor 
diatiea of eavalryalAUo wad Bctfa, 
and with tha Mcdala fbr the aicc« 
and capture of Iran aad Moivlla t 
once aererelf wounded. Waa pae- 

(Por eoBtlanation aee ■Hifte.) 



P17 Aug. 52 

P 30 Sept. 53 

P 24 Feb. 54 
6 June 54 

P 18 Aug. 54 

P25Aug. 54 

P 10 Nov. 54 

Paynuuter, — Alexander Boyd,^ 8 Feb.21 ; Bns. 14 Sept. 08; lAeta.9 Aug. 09« 
A4jut€tni, — LieuU John Theodore Thomas Boyd, 10 March, 48. 
Qitarter-Master, — David Simpson, 4 May, 49 ; JBns, 2 June, 48. 
Surgeon, — Nesbitt Heffeman, M.D. 7 Nov. 51 ; Assist.-Surg. 11 June 41. 
Astistant'Stargeons,— Thornton Marshall, 11 April, 45. 

Francis Henry Macfiidiu, 1 Dec. 54. 
Facings, Green. — Agents, Messrs. Charles R. and Walter M'Qrlgor. 



1 sir John WUaan ■erred la the Wast ladlea in 1796* aad waa pmeat at tha oaplare of St. Lueie. iaeludli« tho alag* of 
Morae Portoaie. Alio at the tahinf of St. Vincent, inclndinc Uie operationa ar>inat the forta in that *riwftd. la July fhl- 
lowint he waa made prlfoaer of war, and carried Into Guadaloape. In Jan. I7V7, he waa eapturcd afala la Aa Britlah 
Channel. la 179S be waa at the taking of Minorca. In 180O, he aaibailied on aa apaditloa afalnat Cadla. la ISSl, to 
Bgypt, aad waa preeaat la the actlooa of the 18th aad IlilMareh, aad duriaf the whole of that eampaiga. He praoacdcd to 
the Peniaaula la 1806, and waa lOTerely wounded at the batUe of Vhnlcra. In Jan. 1808, he Joined the Lualtoniaa laglmt 
and acted with thU eorpa durinc an arduotti period of wrrlee, in which It waa repeatedly engaced with the caemy. beinc 
employed In eorerinc Ciudad Rodrlgo and Almeida. la June 1810, he waa attached to the Portufueae ataiy, aad doiliw 
theBubecqoeatopetatienaagaiaatllanhalSonlt,aa veU iatheaarthof Poitiwalaaoatheaaataffaltonttar, hceooaaMdedaa 
adraneed eoipa of Manhal Beeeefbrd's anny. In Apill 1811. he waa appointed aeeoad ia «".—»"'« to Oaaeral SUvoira la 
the province of Ttaa oa Moatea, aad acted aa aaeh duriaf a period of the opacatieaaagalaat PuMila da Saaahria, wbca tho 
place waa takea by Uiat geaeral. la Sept. fbllowiag, he waa appohited to the eoaaoBaad of the adraaeed guaid of nnanal 
, Bargellai*B Corpa d*Anafte, and vaqdored on Marahal Maaaeaafa rear dnrlng hie InrMloa of Poitugal, heiat rapeotrdly 
eagaced wlfli the enemy. Ia April 1811, took the Seld agaia ia wuirniaad of the MlUtlaof ttie Piovinee of Minho. aad waa 
cagaged ia aetire operatiena againat Marahal MaruMat, oa the ftoailen of the Beira. Ia Juae 1618, he Jolaed the anay ai hta 
owa roq^ieat, aad waa appotaited to theeommaad ofthe lat Portngueae Brigade of InAmtry, with whieh be aarradat the alego 
of San Sebaatian.thepaasageofthe Bidaasoa, and battle of the lilreUe t aad oa tiie ISlh Nor. fbllowiag. betag angagcd with 
hla Brigade, he waa agaia aeTorely wouadcd. Sir Joha has rcecivud ttie Gold Modal for Sua ScbaatiaB, aad the Savcr War 



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INDEN"— " GIBRALTAR"— with the Castle and JBTey— « M&nHi Imiakia 
Calpe*---'' SERINGAPATAM"—« INDIA.'* 
CoUmel,~ll^ Richard GoddardHare-Clarge0/CB.^n«. 6 July 96; Li.l Nov. 96 ; 

Capt, 9 July 03 ; Mqjor, 1 July 13; Lieut-Col. 16 Sept. 13 ; Col. 22 July 30; 

Mqfor-Oen. 28 Nov. 41; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 12th Foot, 29 July 62. 
Lt.'CoU.^r. John Maxwell Perceval,«CB. Ene. p 21 June, 33 ; X^. p 18 Mar. 36 ; 

Capt. P 18 May, 38 ; Mqjor, p 14 April, 46 ; Lt.-Col. p 2 AppU, 60 ; Cb/. 28 

Nov. 64. 
Thomas Brooke, Ens. p31 Oct. 34; lAeut. p29 July, 36: Capt. p16 May, 

40 ; Mqjor, p 2 April, 60 ; Lt.-Col. p 19 May 54. 
Jf(q;70r«.—r. Arthur Home,^J&7W. p19Nov.26; Lt. p27 Nov.28; CaDf.P21 Feh. 

34; Brev.-Med. 9 Nov. 46; Mqj, P30 Mar. 49; Brev. Lt.^Col2»U9y 63. 
John Francis Kempt, JEfM. p 16 June 30; Lt. 19 May 37 ; Capt. 29 Apr. 42 : 

Jilqjor, P 19 May 64. ^ r , 



Captains. 
r.H. Dalrymp. Fanshawe 
r.Francls Gilbert Hamley" 
William James Hntchins 

Richard Atkinson 

Heniy Segrave 

r. James Wm. Espinasse' 
Wm. Henry Queade .••• 
r. Thomas Dundas ^ . . . . 
Geo. Richard Littlehales 
Thomas George Vereker • . 

Henry Robson 

r. John Reynolds Palmer" 

Lieutenants. 
r. Edward H. Foster ,"a<(;. 
r. Samnel Fairtlough ^ . • 
r. Edward Herrick,' pm» 

Henry Cole 

r. Frederick BagnelP •. 
r.Robert Nasmy th Irvina" 
George Lloyd Studdert " 
Benjamin Samuel Adams' 
r. Thos. Edmund Miller 
Innes Colin Munro, atff. 
rFred.Chas.D'E. Barclay ' 
r JamesFieldingSweeney ' 
Aug. Johnnes Leeson . . 
MorleyCaulfleld Saunders 
William Henry Paul . . , 
r. Julius Henry Stirke' 

Ensigns. 
John Lnnan Wilkle . • 
Fhm.Augustus FitsGerald 

George Gibson^ 

John Warren 

r.Horatio Lloyd Williams 
Coningsby M. Harward 

Holt Waring 

Henry Nesbitt 



4 July 34 
P 7 Aug. 36 

a Dec. 36 
P16 Mar. 42 
P 29 Apr. 42 
P 30 Apr. 42 

9 June 43 

27 Dec. 42 

P 12 May 43 

P 23 May 46 

P 27 Oct. 46 

1 May 42 

2 May 42 
26 Aug. 46 
16 Dec. 46 

9 Sept. 46 

20 Oct. 46 
2 Mar. 47 
4 April 47 

P31 Dec. 47 

P 30 Mar. 49 

10 Apr. 49 

P27 Apr. 49 

21 Aug. 49 
P 14 June 60 
P17May 60 
P 14 May 62 

18 Sept.49 

23 Nov. 49 
P21Sept.62 

24 Dec. 62 
P 12 Aug. 63 
P 21 Oct. 53 
P 19 May 64 
P 27 June 54 

22 Dec. 64 



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P 26 May 38 
P 26 July 37 

1 Dec. 40 
P17 Feb. 43 
P 12 May 43 
P 18 Aug. 43 
P 27 June 46 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P21 July 46 
Pll Dec. 46 
P 2 Apr. 60 

6 Jan. 46 

14 Apr. 46 
P 22 Oct. 47 
P 23 June 48 

22 July 49 
8 Aug. 49 

24 June 60 
P 7 Mar. 61 
P 17 Aug. 62 

13 Oct. 62 

14 July 63 
P 16 July 63 
P21 Oct. 63 
P 21 May 62 
P 19 May 64 
P 27 Jane 64 

26 Aug. 64 



P13 May 42 
2 Nov. 43 

20 Dec. 46 
P 30 Mar. 49 
P 2 Apr. 60 

23 June 60 
Pll Apr. 61 
P20 Feb. 62 
P21 Oct. 63 
P 19 May 64 
P 27 June 24 

26 Aug. 64 



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20 June 64 
20 June 64 



8 GoIon«l 
manded th* rsMrre battalloa 
18th Bfvt. IB the KaArwarof 
1851-58, and for hit Mnrloea 
was nominated a CB. 

9 Mtijor Hamlfy, Oafrta. Bf« 
pinaHo, Crofton ft Palmer, 
LieuU. Potter, Herriek, Bag- 

nell, Irylng, Adams, Barclay, Bweenef, and 
Stirke, Bnsign Gibson, Quarteivmaiter NetbUtf 
and Aisiatant-Surereon Small, tarrod in tha 
Kaffir war of ISA] -59. 

7 Capt. Dandai and Ll«at. Fairtloofh Mrred 
in the Kaffir war of 1858-53. 

6 Lieut. Staddert terred in the Capa Moaate4 
Riflet duilng the Kaffir war of 185(H», and in 
the 18th Regt in 1858.58. 



A 4f tit ant*.' 



[23 Dec.l3; Capt. 11 Sept. 40. 
Payma#f«r.— Robert Willington Kyffin, 17 Sept. 41 ; En*. 14 May 12 ; LiguU 
-r. Xteu*. Edward H. Foster,* 14 April, 46. 
Lieut. Innes C. Munro, 27 Feb. 62. 
Quarter-Matter*.--^. Alexander Nesbitt,^ 11 Dec. 46. 

Robert Layer, 21 April 64. 
Surffeaiu,^^, William Dick, MD. 7 Aug. 46 ; AttUt.-SuTg. 13 May 36. 

Robert VlllierB George," M.D. 4 Feb. 63 ; A**ut'Sur(f. 10 Not. 43. 
A**ittant''8uTgem*.—r. John Small,* 30 Dec. 46. 

George Banks Floyer Arden, 9 June 64. 
JVicin^# Yellow — Agent*, Cox k. Co. 

I LienL-Oaneral Hare-Clarget terred the following campaigns: in Egypt under Sir Ralph Abereromby ; 
la HaaoTor nnder Lord Cathcart, and In Spain onder Sir Jolin Moore, including the retreat to Coruana. 
Waa on the Staff of Sir T. Graham in the Walcheren expedition, and AMlstant-AdUutant-Oeneial of a 
Mriitoa In the Duke of Weilbtgton*s army in the Penineula. He hae received the gold Medal and one clasp 
Csr MiTclle and Nive ; and the sllrer War Medal with nine clasps for Egypt, Corusna, Bnsaoo Barrosa, 



Bodrigo, BmIsjoi, Salamanca, Pyrenees, and San Sebastian. 
4 Lt«-€oI. Horaesarred In the Kaffir war of 1861-5S, and for his services received the brev. raali of Lt.-Ool. 
• aaifooa George served with the 19th Lanoen la the Kaffir war of 1861-08-M; was present at the battle 
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A Mural Crown, tupencribed " JELLALABAD/' "CABOOL, ia4«-»' 
ColoneL^V 51® Sir William Maynard Gomm,» KCB. Eru, 24 May, 94 ; 

Nov.94; Capt.25 J\me,03;M(njor, 10 OctAl;Lieut.'Col. 17 Aug, li 

16 May, 29 ; Maj-Gen. 10 Jao.37; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Gen, 20 June Si 

13th Lt. Inf. 10 Mar. 46. 
Lieut,'CoUmeL'~Lard Mark Kerr, JEnt, p 19 June 35 ; i*. p 14 Sept. 38 ; 

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itfiuor*.— Alex. Essex F. HolcOmbe,«£iw, p3 Dec 30; Lietit, 12 Sept. 34 ; | 

22 July, 42 ; Major, p 9 Aug. 50. 
Rollo GiUespie Bnrslem,* JBns, 13 April 32 ; Lieut, p 27 Mar. 35 ; Capt.2H 

42 ; Mqjor, P 8 Nov. 60. 



Captains. 
Peter Redmond Jennings^ 
George King* 

Johns. Wood,* l.U. 12 Dee. « 

John William Cox^ 
George Henry Tyler 
L. Stanhope Rich. Lovell 
Edward Lynch .... 
Hugh Maurice Jones 

Robert Peel 

William Henry Kerr 
Fred. Van Straubenzee," 
Robert B. Montgomery . . 

LlBUTENANTB. 

G. Fitz Gerald King, atb'. 

Melville Browne 

Wilson H. Jones 

Edward Boyd 

Robert Gosling 

Arthur Bainbrigge 

John Augustus Fuller . . 
Charles Poore Long .... 
Noel H. Bryan Vardon . . 
Stan. L.Douglas Willan . , 
JohuAngerstein Rowley. . 
Cornw. Henry Chichester 
George Henry Cobham 
Jn.O'Neil StewartSegfrave 
Hon. James C. Dormer. 

Ensions. 
Henry Lewis FitzGerald 
John Frederic Everett . 
Richard Nugent Clayton . 
Henry Edward Hall 
Philip Edw. Victor GUbert 
Joseph Priestley Miller 

William Haslett 

Henry Gillett 

William Williams ..... 



P 5 Aug. 28 
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12 April 31 
26 June 38 

23 July 42 
22 Dec. 43 

P30 May 46 
P 22 Apr. 46 
P 21 July 46 
P 31 July 46 
P 17 Aug. 38 
p 24 Sept. 47 

P 3 Not. 40 

24 Feb. 43 
P 28 Apr. 48 
P 29 Dec. 48 
P 12 April 60 
P 14 June 50 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P21 Nov. 51 
P 12 Dec. 61 
P 16 Oct. 62 
P 23 Nov. 62 
P 18 Feb. 63 
P 22 Apr. 63 
P 17 Sept. 60 
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P22 Junc32 

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22 Apr. 40 

14 Apr. 46 
P 3 Nov. 46 

15 July 49 
P 9 Aug. 60 
P 8 Nov. 60 
P 24 Jan. 61 

30 Apr. 41 
P 12 Oct 62 



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P26 Nov. 63 

P 13 Jan. 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 64 

11 Aug. 64 

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13 Jan. 42 20 Jd 
2 Aug. 42 120 Ju 
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P 26 Dec. 51 
P 6 May 53 
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P 13 Jan. 54 
6 June 54 
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S M«jor Bonlem serrcd I 
palgiu of 1S3S, 38. and 
AttghanlsUn, with th« 11 
WM prrtent at the storm aj 
ture of Qhasaee (ia«dal>, 
and capture of the town ai 
of Tootumdurrah, storm •i 
rbur. ni(fat attack at Baboe 
Gbur, dettmctiock of Khat 
and assault of Perwandnxni 
4 M^or Kinc aervcd tfe 
out tlie eampaiffiu in Aill 
tan from 1898 to 1»41 is< 
ineladinf the storm and 1 
of Ghuxnee (medal), stormi 
Khoord Cabool Pass, ailktr 
leeo, forelnff the Ju^dullocli 
reduction of the fbrt of 1 
Khali, defence of JelUUbi 
sorties on the 1 4th Not. s 
Dec. 1841, nth March. S4th : 
and 1st April, 184S. (encrml 
and defeat of Akbar Khan be(tai« JellaUbad (0 
stonnlng the helf hts of JufduUaek, ^eoeral act 
Tezecn, and recapture of Cabool (medal). 

18 Paymaster Morton served in the 9 
campaign of ] 845*0 on the BuU^, incl 
the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, tw 
braon : Medal and two Clasps. 

IS Mr. Barry serred with the 1st battalio 
Royal Rifles throufhont the Pui^aub eampa 
184S.9, was present at the slcfe of Mooltan, also 
battie of Ooojerat Feb. list 1849 (Medal and C 



P 13 May 63 
P 14 May 53 
P 16 July 63 
P25 Nov. 63 
P 13 Jan. 64 
6 June 64 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P 24 Aug. 64 

MsQZi^l^Zt 1 w William Williams P25Aug. 64j 

ililffg-S-jl 13 Paymaster.— BA^'m Morton," 16 Aug. 60 ; Ens. P 29 Apr. 42 ; Zt. 14 Feb 
^%Lt:llta«»48 lA n Adjutant.— Lieut. Gerald Fitz Gerald King, 15 July 49. 

Quarter-Master. — Duncan Cameron M*Naughten,15 Aug. 48. 

Surgeon. — Daniel Patorson Barry," M.D., 8 Dec. 64 ; Atsist.Surg. 7 Aug, 

^«m^an^<Sur^eo;t«.— William Brown, M.D., 18 Feb. 63. 

Edmund Sidney Watson, M.D., 3 Nov. 54. 
Facings Blue. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox & Co. 
1 Sir William Qomm served in the expedition to the Helder, in 1790, ineladinff the action of the 
a'aoH-s^av Jept. at Bergen. Expedition on the coast of France and Spain, under Sir James Palteney, in 1800. 
•3 " 1^^ S *'^ ^ peditlon to Hanover, in 1805; and that to Slralsund and (>>penhagen, in 1807. Campaign of 1S08-9 
^"S i^«'^t!'S^*^ eluding the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna. Expedition to Walclieren, and siege of Flushii 
l^.^taosvj 1800. Proceeded again to the Peninsula, in 1810, where he served during the remainder of the war 
«»^€|^;g2S.f^ principal part of the time as an Assistant-Quarter-Master-Goneral, including the battles of Busacs 
0*9 ?^ M*^^^ Foentes d'Onor. assault and capture of Badi^ox, battie of Salamanca ; action at Villa Muriel, bait 
uSI^da^ii Vittoria, siefl:e of San Sebastian, and battle of the Nire. Served also the campaign of 1815, including 
• «9''S§£3'*^ battle of Waterloo. Sir William has received the gold cross and one clasp for Badi^oz, Salama 
^ll^i^Zt^^ Vittoria, St. SebasUan, and Nive ; and the sUfer War Medal with six clasps for Boleia, Vimiera, Com 
•2€€-9«M|iz'2 BusaAO, Fuentes d'Onor, and Nivelle. 

C'S'S""'^^^'*^ S Major Holeombe serred with the ISth Lt Inf. throufhout the eampains in Afffhanlstan ttom 183S to 1S4> Inehisirr, 
I S {> j:*o ri%-a%^ eoounanded the rear guard of the ISth at the passage of the Ko^A Pass on the l4th April 1849, when he repulsed the sit 
....■«- *i I of the enemr on the baggage of the armjr, and recaptured considerable public property. Accompanied the Expeditit 

: Oirlshk, and was present at the storm and capture of Ohuanec (medal), assault and capture of the town and forts of Toot 
I durrah, and took with two companies of the 13th the forts on the left of the enemy's position ; storm of Jboolcbar, i 

. ^J^^S'^'9 — attack at Baboo Koosh Gbur. destruction of Khardurrah, assault of Perwandurrah, storming of the Khoord Cabool 1 

S|Siog^;'^SS affilr of Tezeen, forcing the Jugdulluek Pass (severelr wounded), reduction of the fort of Mamoo Kball, heroic dcttt* 
" a'^^f.?^ Jellalabad, and sorties on the Uth Not. and 1st Dec 1841, 11th Mar. 14th Mar. and 1st April. 181X 1 general aeUon and 
* «< feat of Akbar Khan before Jellalabad (medal), storming the heights of Jugdulluek, general action of Teseen, and recap 

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*^93i^<S^S'°o' Cabool (medal). Commanded four companies Of the ISth which farmed part of 
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Colonel.— Sir Jas. Watson/ KCB. -&/w. 24 June 1783 ; Lt, 18 April 02 ; Capt. 1 1 

Mar. 95 -, Maj. 3 Dec. 02 ; Lt.-CoL 15 May 06 ; Col, 4 June II ; Mqj-Qeru 19 

July 21 ; Lt.'Gen, 10 Jan. 37 j Gm. 11 Nov. 61 ; CoL 14th Regt. 24 May, 37. 
Lieut.'CoUmeL — Maurice Barlow, JSns. P21 July, 14; Lieut, 23 March, 16; 

Capt. r 20 Dec. 21 ; Mqjor,Pl2 June, 28 ; Brevet- Lieut, -Col. 23 Nov, 41 : 

Lieut,-Cal, 24 Dec. 47 ; Col, 20 June 64. 
ilfq/orj.— James Watson,* JSru, 22 Mar. 21; Lieut, P25 Dec. 22; Capt. P14 

Dec. 33; Mt^or, p 10 Jan. 40; Brevet Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51. 
John Watson, Btis, 20 July 26; Lieut. p17 May 27; Capt. Pll Au^. 37; 

Brev.'Mqjor, 11 Nov. 61 ; ilfo/or, 28 March, 64. 
Sir Jas. E. Alexander,* KC, Bus. p 20 Jan. 25 ; Lt. p 26 Nov. 25 ; Capt, p 1 8 

June 30; JBr.-Jfg;. 9 Nov. 46; .Br.-Xf.-Co/. 20 June 54 ; Mai. 29 Dec. 64. 



CAPTAINS. 

Ralph Budd 

John Dwyer 

William Douglas .... 
William Cosmo Trevor 
Frederick Hammersley 
Charles Cecil Newman . . 

Henry Townsend 

Julius Chetham Strode^ 
John M'CuUoch OToole* 
Plomer John Young .... 

Thomas Segrave 

William Hanbury Hawley 
Charles Edward Grogan 

John Barlow 

Lieutenants. 

Frederick Smy the 

William Hey wood 

William Banger Bower . 
John Echlin Matthews • 
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Charles Monck Wilson 
Dawson Stockley Warren 

Qage Hall Dwyer 

H. H. A'Court In<{lefi6ld 
Richard Hussey Vivian . . 
Thomas Prittie Cosby . . 
Walter Frederick Blunt 
Reginald Henry Graham 

George Bridges 

Angus William Hall .... 

Ensigns. 
EdwardWilliam Saunders 

William Dods 

Alexander Gordon 

Fred. Gerard Armstrong 
John Donaldson Bradley 

Ramsay Harman |p 

Henry William Heaton. 



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29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 64 

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6 Capt.O'To(ile«erT«a with tlaa 
49ih oil th« China expedition, aod 
was present at the attaelc and cap- 
ture of AAtfjr. tlieBceonrt capture of 
Chawn, akiAekand capture of Chiu- 
hae, occa^Mion of Nin|^po and re- 
pulM of tae nicht ottaek, attack 
and eaplore of Segoan, ChoiHio, 
WoosuufT, and Chin Xianff I'oo, 
and the demonttration before Kan- 
kin (Medid). 

4 Sir Jamea Alexander acrved in 
the Madraa Light Cavalnr prerioaa 
to being tranaferrcd to H. M. Dra- 
gooua. Waa preaeut with armies 
m the Held during the late Barman, 
Persian, Turkish, Portngueae, and 
Caffre wars ; and waa on the per- 
sonal ataff of Bit Beigamin D'Vr- 
ban in Sonth Africa and Noi 



North 
America. Has received a Persian 
Order; alao tho Yfv Ifedal with 
one chisp for Ats. 

7 Capt. Strode serreU xrlih 
the 61 St Regt. inthe PuQjaub 
campaign of 1840; present at the battle of 
Ooojerat, and wltli the field force in pursuit 
of tite enemy to the Khyber Pass (Medal and 
one Clasp). Expedition into the Eusufzie 
country; in action with the enemy lltliand 14th 
Dee. 1848, and present at the capture and de- 
struction of tbe insurgent viilages of Saggow, 
PuUee, Zoorroundie, and Sheerkaneo, on those 
days. Sorved wUli the expedition ajrainst thq 



Afriedics in the Kohat Pass In Feb. 1850. 
Pay»«M*er.— JohnPeter Hall, 11 April, 61 -, Bus. p26 April, 39 j Lieut. 2.3, 
Adjnt.—IAeut. Edw.D'H. Falrtloagh, 18 Aug. 54. [Apr. 41 ; Capt, 15 Feb. 60. 
Quarter-Master, — John O'Connor, 11 March 53. 
5tir^e<m.— William Denny, 7 Aug. 46 ; Assiet.-Surg, 13 Jan. 37. 
Assiet, "Surgeons, — ^William Ren wick, 4 March 53. 

Thomas Macdougall Bleckley, M.B. 6 Jan. 54. [Downes k Son. 

John Martin Hyde, 1 Dec. 64. Faciijgs Buff. — Agents, 

1 Sir JaoM« Watson lenred tnth tho Uth Regt. on tlio Continent under tbe Duke of York in 1703 und M ; 
at the reduction of tbe islands of St. Lucie and Trinidad in 1796 and 07. Commanded the lith regiment ac 
the eaptura of the Islet of France and Java, including the assault and capture of mocjocerta ; commanded 
the expedition that captiirad the piralical state of Sambas in Borneo in 1813 ; at the capture of the fort 
of Hottras, and inthe Pindarree andMahratta wars; actively assisted at tho reduction of tho fortress of Dho- 
mose Hund«la Cwhere he led the storming party), Ourra Kotah, and Asseerghur. Medal for Java. 

2 LL-C oK Tfftttson served at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore in 18aft-fl ( Mcdnl). 

7 Major Cox served in the ]3ih LiL'tit Infantry tlic campaigns of 1840, 41, and 42 in Affghani&tan, and wu 

present at the assault and capture of the town and fort of Tooiumdurrah, storm of Jhool^thur. night attuci;. 
e^ Raboo Koosh Ghur, oliacic on Khardurrah, storming the Khoord Cnbool Pass, niiUir of Tczeen, forcin;;^ 
the JucduHuck Pa«s, reduction of tho Fort of Mnmoo Khali, heroic defence of Jellalabnd and sortle« ou 
ihp llth Nov. and Ut Dec. 18-11, and lltti Warcli, a-Jlh Maich and 1st Aiiril 1842; the General action wUii 
Oitd defeat of the bfsieghi'i force under Akbar Khun before JtllahibaJ on tho 7th April; the stormlue 
of ilic Jugduiluck hei^hti, general actian at Tezoen, aud recapture of Cubool, for which he has a ilcdul 
ac also anutber fur Jcilalabad. . , ^ . ^ , . 

9 Cmou Straubeaxee serrwl luc eampalgas of ISIO, 11, & IS, and was prcEcnt In every action frem Toofuaidurrah to ^ 

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« MARTINIQUE"—" QUADALOUPB." 
CoUma.—^ Sir Howard Douglas,' Bt. GCB. GCMO. 2nd Lieut. 1 Jan. 04 ; 

Lieut. 80 May 94 ; Capi. 3 Oct. 99 ; Mqj. 12 Oct. 04 ; Lt.-Col. 31 Dec. 06 ; 

Col. 4 June 14; Major-Gen. 19 July 21 ; 1.^-Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Gen. 11 

Nov. 51 ; Col. 16th Fbot, 6 Oct. 61. 
X^.-CoZ.— George Pinder, .En*, p 24 Aug. 26 ; Lieut. P 31 Dec. 30 ; Capt. P 21 

Oct. 36 ; Major, p24 May, 44 ; Brett. Lt.-Col. 20 June 64 ; Lt.-Col. 2 Oct. 64. 
Jtfa/ar#.— Bobert Alexander Cuthbert, JEns. P25 Sept. 23 ; Lieut, p 7 July 25 ; 

Capt. P 28 May 29 ; Mqfor, p 21 March 46 ; Brev. lAeut.-Col. 20 June 64. 

R. Brunker, Ens. 9 April 26 ; Lieut. 9 Sept. 28; Capt. p 14 Sept. 82; Brevet- 

Mqjor, 9 No?. 46 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 24 Aug. 62 ; Major, 2 Oct. 64. 



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Captains. 

John A. Cole 

John Hope Whigfleld 

Henry Grierson* 

Hon. Fran. Colborne,#. 
I.C.19 Dec. 54. 

William Fulton 

Algernon Robinson Sewell 
Wm. Caimes Armstrong 
C. Theodore de Montenach 
Johnson Wilkinson,' .... 
Willlun Drake Hague . . 
AugostusFred.Warburton 
James Walmsley 

LlBUTBHANTS. 

Andrew John Cowper . . 
Francis Powell Hopkins 
Robert Wynne Price. . . • 
George Fred. Christie . . 
H.G. Aug. Powell,«<2. a4f. 
Ridi. Roxborough Moore 
Charles J. Watson Allen 
Frederick Edward Lock 
William Middleton Moore 
P. A. Anstruther Twynam 
Joseph Edward Mortimer 

Aldred Oldfleld 

Rich. Wm. Chas.Winsloe 
John Smyth 

EHSION8. 

William Edward Nnnn.. 
Richard Henry Fry .... 
Robert Tho. P. Cuthbert. 
Walter Goodwin Hawkins 
William Robertson Tyler. 
Thomas Eccles Dickson • • 

Robert Coupe, Atfj 

Fred. S. L*Est FitsRoy 
John Olpherts Kemmis 



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14 Jan. 30 
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P lOct. 86 

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27 July 49 
16 Feb. 68 

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6 June 64 
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6 July 64 

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11 NoY. 61 

20 June 64 

21 Oct. 63 



PUDec. 38 
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16 Feb. 63 

6 June 64 

4 Aug. 64 

2 Oct. 64 

16 Dec. 64 



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Ensign in the Incorporated 
Milttls of Oenade for eiglit 
yeart, Tis. from the let. Jen. 
1888 untU the S8rd Jan. 18M. 



P 10 June 68 
6 June 64 
14 July 64 
P23Aag.64 
P24Aug. 64 
P26Aug. 64 
16 Sept. 64 
P 18 Oct. 64 
P 16 Dec. 64 
Paymaster.^mditLrd Milbank Tilghman, S8 Oct 63 ; Sni. p29 Dee. 48 ; Lieut. 
A4jtaaMt.^Bntign Robert Coupe, 16 Sept 64. [P 28 June 60. 

Quarter-Matter. — Bryan Stratford, 6 Aug. 63. 
5iir^«(m.— Thomas Rose Dyce, 3 Aug. 49 ; Aetist.-Surg. 7 June 39. 
il<m^.-i9iirM0ii#.— Jones Lamprey, M.B.,8 Oct 60. 

Facings YeuJOw,-^ Agent , George Samuel Collyer, Esq. Irieh Agenie, Messn. 

Cane and Sons. 

1 Sir Howard Dovflse eenred in Portugal and Spain in 1808 and 0, and was preeent at the batUe of 
Goronna. Served afterwards at Walcheren, indading the eiege and bombardment of FloeUng. Betvnied 
to the Penlntnla In 1811, and continued there during that year and to the end of the campaign of 181% 
having in that time been employed on a special mtsslon extending throughout the north of Spain, and was 
present at the operations on the Orbigo and Essler, and In the combined naval and military operatioas on 
the north coast of Spain In the early part of 1819, the attack and reduction of Lequetlo, and afterwards at 
the siege of Astorga; the operations on the Doaro, including the blockade of Zamona, the attadi and 
reduction of the enemy's Ports on the Douro, and the siege of Burgos. Sir Howaid has received the War 
Medal and one clasp for Corunna. 

8 U^or Grierson and Capt. Wilkinson served with a detachment consisting of MO of the 16th Regt. and 
Ceylon Rifles, under Capt. Lillie, in defeating the Insurgents at Hatole on the 88th July 1848» during 
the RebelUon in the Kaadian Provinees in Ceylon. 



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CoUneU^^ Thomas Erakine Napier/ CB. Ent. 3 July, 05 -, lAeut. I May, 06 ; 

Capt. 27 Oct 08 ; Mqjor,2Q Dec. 13 ; Lieut.-Col 21 Jane, 17 ; CoL 10 Jan. 

37; M(0,'Gen. Nov. 46 ; LU-Qen. 20 June 54 ; Col, 16th Foot, 28 Jan. 54. 
Xteitf.-CotofwI.— William Cockell,» Ens, 26 Dec. 22; Lt. p 23 June 25; CapU 

P29 Aug. 26 ; Brev.'Moj. 28 Nov. 41 ; Moj. p 17 Nov. 43; Brev. Li.-CoU 

11 Not. 51 ; Lieut.-Col, 21 April 54. 
3fq;or*.— Henry Copinger, Eiis, 28 Apr. 25; Lieut, 6 Mar. 28; CapU 8 July, 

42; Jlfq;or, P 26 Dec. 51. 
Alexander Munro, Ens, 6 Oct. 15 ; Lieut, 26 Apr. 28 ; Capt. 1 July 41 : Ma5w^ 

21 April 54. 



Captains. 
JohnWillettPayneAudain 

John Henderson 

Francis Lucas^ 

Chas. Lorenzo do Winton 
Charles Armstrong .... 
G^ige John Peacocke . . 

George Studdert 

G. De la Poer Beresford 
Charles Rowley Piatt . . 
John Octavius Chichester 
George Fred. Macdonald 
James William Bostock* 

LlBUTSNANTS. 

Hy. Alf. Macdonald,dL|7iR. 
Thomas C. Higginson, r. 
Chas. Coote Grant, d. adi. 

William Armstrong 

Thomas Casey Lyons, a4j. 
Wm. Charles Bancroft, «. 
John Parker .... 
Francis Retallack 
Archibald Philip Douglas 

George Barchard 

John King Rendall .... 
John Watkins Freeman . . 
Thomas Coote Grant .... 
Charles M. G. Quantrille. 

James Davis • . • . . 

Ensigns. 

John Cooper 

Graves C. Swan liombard 
James Constable 
William Henry Rainsford 
William Henry Carter 

Henry KehuiU 

Lewis Stevens Rooke 
Somerville Geo. C. Hogge 



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14 Dec. 26 
P 20 Jan. 32 
P 1 Oct. 25 
P 15 Feb. 39 
P 25 Apr. 40 
8 July 42 
P 3 June 36 
P 19 April 44 
P 30 Sept. 42 
P26 Oct. 39 
P 8 May 40 
P 1 May 46 

30 Dec. 40 
10 Apr. 42 
P 9 May 45 
P 24 Oct. 45 
P31 Oct. 45 
25 June 44 
P 3 Nov. 46 
P 2 Nov. 49 
P 12 Apr. 50 
P 2 Oct. 46 
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P 20 Oct. 48 

P 10 Nov. 43 
8 July 46 

20 Aug. 49 
P21 Aug. 49 
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21 April 46 
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6 June 54 

6 June 54 

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19 Nov. 44 
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4 Aug. 54 



8 Captain Lucas, with the 
effective men of the wing of 
the 6th Begt. stationed at 
Aden, fonned part of an expe- 
dition of 600 men under the 
commond of Lteut-Col. Pen- 
nyculck, which destroyed the 
Arab potu of Sheik Medi and 
Sheik Othman, and skirmlihed 
between those places on tha 
6th Oct. 1841. 



6 Oapt. Boatoek senred u aetinf Aide^-Csmp to 
Brigadier Campbell commandhig the Sad Cavalry 
Brigade of the Army of the SatleJ, and was prsseat at 

thebatUe of Sobraoa (Medal) . 



16 July 52 
P 17 Aug. 62 
P21 Sept. 52 
23 Nov. 52 
21 Apr. 54 
6 June 54 
P18 Aug.54 
P 22 Sept. 54 
Paymatter.^Wm. Alphonso Kirk, 22 Nov. 44; Ens, 30 Dec. 31 ; 2^. 8 Feb. 34. 
Atlfutimt.'^Heut. Thomas Casey Lyons, 16 Jan, 52. 
Quarter^Master.-^olm Banyard, 3 March, 48. 

^ur^eon.— William George Swan, M.D. 21 July 54 ; Assist,'8urg. 28 Feb. 45. 
Auistant'Surgeons.^U&ary Fowle Smith, M.D. 23 March 47. 
Henry Martyn Fraser, M.D. 11 Sept. 49. 
FaiemffS YeHow-^AgentSy Messrs. Cox & Co. Irish Agents, Sir £. B. Borough^ Bt,. 

Armit, ic Co. 

1 Liaat^-Oanerai Napier senred with the 52nd at the siege of Copenhagen and battle of Kioge in 1807. 
Atda da ftmp to Sir John Hope on the eipedltion to Sweden in 1608; and subsequently in Sir John 
Mooffia'a eanpaign in Spain, including the retreat to, and battle of Corunna. In Sicily with the regiment 
oattl tba aatvma of ISIO. Served afterwards in the Peninsula on the staff* including the defence of Cadis, 
battia of PnaQtee d'Onor, Snd siege of Badafos, battles of Salamanca, Yittoria, Niyeiie, and the Nive,— 
iOfeladJog tbeTarioas engagements near the Majror's house— slightlj wounded on the 10th Dec, and severely 
oil tha llth'^lost left am. He has reccired the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

% UU^Cch Oockdl sarred at the siege aad capture of Bburtpore under Lord Combermere (Medal). 

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T!,e Uopal ri/yrr. iuperMribed "1IIND008TAN"— "AFFGHANI8TAN"— "GHUZNEE"— "KHELAT'* 
ColoneL^lfi Thomas James Wemyss, CB.», Em. U Oct. 1800 ; Lt. 1 March 04 ; 

Capt. 30 Nov. 06 j Maj, 21 June 13; Lt.-Col. 21 Jan. 19 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; 

Mtu.-Gen. 9 Nov. 40; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 64; Col. 17th Foot, 31 May 54. 
LietU.'ColoneL'-lfi Philip M'Pherson.CB.' Ens. 2 Nov. 09; Lt. 13 June, 11 ; 

Capt. 13 Mar. 27 ; Brev.-Meg. 23 Nov. 41 ; Brev.-Lt.-CoL 4 July, 43; Mqj. 

1 Aug. 44 ; Li.-Col. 3 Dec. 62 ; Col. 20 June 64. 
.1/^f(;or*.— Arthur Lowry Cole, Em. p22 Aug. 34 ; Lieut. P20 Nov. 38 ; Capt, 

p7 Sept. 41 ; Mfgor, p 14 June 60. 
Oliver Paget Bourke,* J^?tf. Pll Dec. 36; Lieut. 27 Oct. 37; Capt. 7 Nov. 

44 ; MqjoTf 3 Dec. 62. 
Thomas Ormsby Ruttledgc,^ Ens. P29 Apr. 36 ; Lieut. p23 Apr. 38; Capt. 

Sept. 45 ; Mf{for, 29 Doc 64. 



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Captains. 

John L. Croker^ 

Edward Croker^ 

William Gordon 

Alexander M'Kinstry . . 
Rich. John Ross O'Conor 
David LatoucheColthurst 
William A. Armstrong .. 

Philip M'Pherson 

Qeorge Tito Brice 

Fred. J. Sandys Lindesay 
James Dupre Brabazon^ . 
Clem. H. J. Heigham .... 
William Henry Earle. . . . 
Richard Wm. Cradock . . 

LlBUTEMANTS. 

Tlieod. Henry Brfnckman 
lUchardEdmundWilUams 

Ralph Smyth 

James Alfred Caulfield . . 
Jas. Browne Horner Boyd 
Fred. Windham Lukin . . 
SwinnertonHalliday Dyer 
Wm. DalrympleTompson 

Roger Swire 

Cecil M'Pherson 

Anthony Powell Traherae 
Evan Forbes McBayne . . 
James Delgaims Travcrs^ 
Charles Greme Grant . . 
Wm. Herbert J. Disbrowe 

Ensigns. 
Edward John Lees .... 
George Stephen Butler.. 
Joseph Gates Travers . . •• 
Frederick Carr S. Dyer. . 
Arch. Hammond Utterson 
William Robinson 



18 Mar. 37 
P 27 Oct. 37 
P 20 July 38 
P22 Feb. 39 
P12 Apr. 39 
P20 July 47 
P 1 Nov. 40 

27 Oct. 46 

22 Dec. 48 
P 10 Mar. 48 

29 April 36 
P 10 Nov. 48 
P 13 Apr. 49 
P 14 Dec 40 

P 16 Dec. 49 
P 16 Feb. 50 
P22NOV. 60 
PlONov. 48 
P 22 Nov. 60 
P16 May 61 
P 12 Dec. 61 
P 16 Oct. 62 
P 18 Feb. 62 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P 29 July 63 
P18 Aug. 62 
8 Oct. 60 
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P17 Mar. 64 
6 June 64 
P24 Aug. 64 
P 26 Aug. 64 
P 17 Nov. 64 



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6 June 39 
21 Oct. 39 

P 3 Apr. 40 

P 26 Sept. 40 

1 Feb. 42 

PlONov. 48 

28 July 43 
P 10 Mar. 48 
P 30 Nov. 49 
P 2 Feb. 49 

29 Jan. 41 
P 16 Nov. 49 
P 26 Oct. 60 
P26 Apr. 61 

P 16 May 61 
P 17 Oct 61 

7 Sept. 62 
P 14 Sept. 62 
P 28 Oct. 63 
P 18 Nov. 63 
P 24 Feb. 64 
p 3 Mar. 64 
P 7 April 64 

6 June 64 
6 June 64 
11 Aug. 54 

8 Dec. 64 
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"6 Nov. 47 " 
P 10 Mar. 48 
P 2 Feb. 49 

21 Aug. 40 
P30 Nov. 40 
P 7 Sept. 62 
3 Dee. 62 
P 24 Feb. 64 
P 7 April 64 
6 June 64 

20 Oct 48 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

S ColoMl M*Phen4Mi raabwktd 
for Um Pcnlnaalaia Hay 1800. m a 
ToluntMr In Uic ftlnd. and icnrcd 
at raeli in th« adranea vp to TUa- 
vara and Uie ratraat fron tlwnec, 
to Sod Not. 16«. whan ha waa 
proinotcd to an Snsifaey In the 
4Srd, flrom which tlma ba wrrad 
with Um LItbt DWtoion wntU tba 
end of that war. In 1814, Ineludlnc 
the fbUowlnr battle*, dcg c*. ftc, 
vts., Coa, Uortlasoa. iklrmidi 
near and battle of Butaeo. Coim- 
bra, Alenqucr. Pombal, Rcdinha, 
Miranda do Corro. Poi d'Arouce. 
Sabngal, Ftaantee d'Onor, Bipi>{a^ 
Solta, Cludad Rodrifo, Bad^ot. 
Mar. and Apr.' 1811. CanrclkJo. 
PeUeruih Melewenfa, NiTrila, 
Bayonne, NItc, Tubce, Touraa- 
feuUle and Toulouee. Oonmied 
on the head in the tienehc i at Ba- 
dajoi by the bnretfatr of a iheU. 
Serred at aldr.de-«aBp to Sir 
Charles Napier throofhoat the 
operatiooi In Selnde, Inclndlnc the 
batUee of Maeanee and Hydrabad 
( MedalV He has recelTed tiie War 
Medal with elfht cU«pa tor BnMco. 
FuentM d'Onor, Ciudad aodrifOt 
Bad^Joa, Salamenre, Nirelle, Nlve^ 
and Tottloofe. 



Paynuuter.--lfi William Telford,' 20 Oct 48; En$. 6 Dec. 11 ; Z/. 26 Aug. 13 ; 
A({jutant.— ICapt. 2 April 41. 

Quarter-Master. — John Campbell, 29 April, 63. 

5ttr^eon.~Walter Simpson, MD. 28 March 64; Auiet.-Surg. 23 Feb. 44. 
Assist.'Surgeont. — ^Theodore Gordon Bone, M.D., 12 March 62. 
Walter Moses Gibant, 3 Feb. 64. 
Facings White. — Agents, Cox & Co. 

1 Llcut-0«neral Wentysi lerrcd with the Waleheren ezpcdiUon in 1809, and rabiequently in the PenJnrala ai Mi^or or 
Brigade to the 50th, 71ft, end SSnd, from the fonnatlon of that Prlgade under Lord Howard In 1810. to it* final embarka- 
tlon at Bottidaaux in 1814 ; and was present In ttie diflbrent affairs duilnr the retreat to the Lines near Lisbon, aetloas oi 
Pombal, Badinba, Poi d'Arouce, battle of Puentrs d'Onor, surprise of Gerard at Arroyo de Molinos, storm of Port 
Napoleon, and the brldf c oT Almaras, aeUon of Alba de Tonnes, defenee of Bcjar, battle of Vlttoria (reeelTcd the Breret 
rank of Major), and the Pyrenees, at Maya. Lesaeea, and Doima Marta (soTcrely wounded), battles of the Nivelle, Cambo, 
Nire, St. Pierre (wounded). Ilellette, Garris. St. Palais, Tarbcs, Arrlveriette, Orthea, Aire, and Touloase, bMldcs 
numerous mlQ»r affairs. Served alto ajiainst the Kandians In Ceylon. He has received the War Medal with seven Claaps. 

4 Unjan Bourke and RutUcdft, Captains J. L. Croker, and B. Croker, served with the 17th Regt. dnrlnf the 
eampaig:n in Affyhanistan nnd Bplooehlstan, and were present at the storm and eaptore of Ohasnee, tS July 1838 (Medal), 
and storm and eaptore of Khelat. 13 Nov. following. The eitadel of Ohuince was assaulted by the 17tii, aad the flrst British 
standard, vii. the Reirimenul Colour of the 17th Regiment, was planted on the Citadel of Ohuxncc by Capt. John L. Croker. 

6 Captain Brabaion was present at the storm and destruction of the fertifled native Mandingo town ol Sabajee oa the 
Gambia, on the 1st June 1S&3. 

5 Capt. Telford scrvrd in ilie Peninsula from March 1S18 to the end of the war, including the battle of Salamaara. retreat 
frcm Burgos, action of Villa Murirl, affair at Osnia, battle of Vittotia, carrying of the outworks of Ban Sebastian 17th July, 
and first assault o:i the body of I he rortrrasSSth July; also second assault and capture Slst Aug. 1813; battles of the 
Nivclle 10th Nov.. nnJ Nive gih. 10th. and I Ith Dec. 1SI3. Senrcd subsequently in tlie American war. lie has received lh« 
ii-«. \f •.ui wii h dvp riasns for Salnmanea .Vittoria. St. Scbaal Lin. Nivelle. bad Kivt. 

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On the three corners of the second Colour, the Lion »/ Nassau, " VirttilU NamureensU Prm 

mlum." The Sphinx, " Eotpt.'* " The Vragon,** " Cinii a "— «• Pegu." 
Colonel.—}^ Sir John Foreter Fitzgerald,' KCB. Ens, 29 Oct. 03 ; Lictit, 31 

Jan. 94; Capt. May, 94; Memory 25 Sept. 03; Licwf.-CW. 25 J uJy, 10; 

CoL 12 Aug. 19; Mqfor-Gen. 22 July, 30; Lieut-Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Qen. 

20 June 54 ; Col. 18th Regt. 9 March, 50. 
Lieut.'CoL—Thamna Scott Reignolds,* CB. Ens, 23 June 25 ; Zt. 25 April 28 ; 

Capt. P 26 April 31 ; Mqj. 30 July 42 ; Lt.-Col. 30 Mar. 44 ; Col, 20 June 54. 
Af<{;or«.— Clement Alex. Edwards,^ Ens. 1 1 June 29 ; X/. p 28 Nov 34; Capt. p 13 

Mar.40; JBrw.-JIfq/.llNov. 51; Jlf<y. 25May 53; J9rcr. i.^- Co/. Dec. 53. 
John Clark Kennedy,* ^ii«. p 25 Oct. 33 ; Lieut, p 10 Mar. 37 ; Capt, p3 Dec. 41 ; 

JBr€V,'Mqf. 7 June 49; Mcjor, 1 Dec. 54. 
George Fred. Stevenson Call," Ens, p 7 Apr. 87; Lieut. p20 Sept. 39; Capt. p30 

Dec. 42 ; Brev, Major, 20 June 54 ; Major, 29 Dec. 54. 



Captains. 
Archibald Neil Campbell 

John Borrow 

John Cormick* 

Anth. W.S. F. Armstrong* 
Edmond Wm.Sargent*^^. . 

John Lawrie 

Raymond Inglis 

Matthew Jones Hayman' 
Charles Frederick Kelly** 
Henry James Stephenson 
Henry AlUop Ward" .. 
Wm. Henry Graves .... 
JopephG.Wilkinsoni*a4/. 
John Swinbum ** ...... 

LlBUTBVAlTTS. 

George Augustus Elliot. . 
George Wm. Stacpoole. . 
William James Hales . . 

Thomas Esmonde 

Geo. Henry Pocklington 
William O'Bryen Taylor 
Robert Hoey Jex-Blake 
John William Meurant . . 
Edward Hayes Wilton .. 
Rich. Pretyman Bishopp 
John Richard Wolseley 
John Robert Blacker . 
Arthur Charles Elliot. . . 
Charles James Coote . • . 

Ensigns. 
Thomas Durand Baker . 

William Kemp 

Fairfax Fearnley 

Edward Langford Dillon. 
Arthur Thomas Frederick 
Charles Hotham 
John Shadwell Theobald 
Henry John Fairdoth 
Michael Jos. Cunningham 



LIEUT. 



P 18 Aug. 54 
P 24 Aug. 54 
P 25 Aug. 54 
1 Sept. 54 
P 29 Sept. 54 
20 Oct. 54 
P 10 Nov. 54 

14 Dec. 54 

15 Dec. 54 
Paymaster, — Charles Edward Preston, 6 Jan, 



14 Aug. 28 
P 16 Feb. 41 
P 27 Aug. 41 
P21 June 39 

18 May 41 
P 22 Dec 43 

22 Nov. 43 

P 14 July 41 

2 Apr. 43 

P 28 Sept. 47 

17 Aug. 41 

25 Nov. 42 
1 June 41 

5 Apr. 46 

P 10 Dec. 47 
P 18 Apr. 51 
P 19 Aug. 51 
P 22 Nov. 51 
5 Dec. 51 

14 Sept. 52 

23 Nov. 52 
P22 Aug. 51 

22 April 58 

P 8 July 53 

June 54 

P 22 April 53 

P23 Nov. 52 

14 July 54 



8 April 31 
P 23 Feb. 44 
P 25 Oct. 42 

26 Jan. 41 

26 July 42 
P 7 Nov. 47 
Pll Feb. 48 

20 Aug. 42 

P 5 Feb. 47 

3 Apr. 40 

24 Oct. 42 
2 Feb. 44 

26 July 44 

13 Sept. 48 



P 7 Mar. 51 

21 Mar. 53 

25 Moy 53 

7 June 53 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P 18 Aug. 54 

P 29 Sept. 54 

PIO Nov. 54 

1 Dec. 54 

P 20 Jan. 64 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 



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1 Nov. 42 

1 Apr. 47 

P 12 July 50 

12 Dec. 52 

25 May 53 

P 3 Dec. 52 

P 15 Mar. 50 

6 June 54 

P 4 Aug. 54 

P 10 Nov. 54 

1 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 



9 Dec. 53 



4 Llrat-Colonel Edwetd* lerrM 
witb tha lath aoyal Irish Uirotif h< 
out tb* war In China (medal), and 
was present at the attack upon Can 
ton, at the ^takinf of Amoy, 
Chapoo, Wooaanf Shanffaai. and 
Chinklanffoo, and at the eoneladln« 
operations before Nankin i was 
employed on the suiT durinf the 
war, and afterwards appointed by 
Lord Goufb, Assistant- Qnartcr. 
Master General to the foree in 
China. He served also with the 
18th In the Burmah war frtMn July 
18&S to the conclusion (medal) t 
was at the laktaff of Prome, and 
employed on a detached command 
for six months, when the prorlnees 
of Padoanff and Kanghein were cleared of ibe enemy, 
afler screral skirmishes and severe marches by the 
dciaebments under his command. In January, 18r«3, 
he led a party on special service tnm' Prome to 
Arraean, for which service the Oovemment of India 
and General Godwin recorded their approbation. 
Received the Brevet of Lt-Col. for Ids aenrlees in 
Burmah. 



Sir JobaF. 



54; Ens. 26 July 44 ; Lieut, 

A((jutant.^Lieut. Joseph George Wilkinson, 3 March 54 [p 10 Mar. 47 

QuarteV'Master, — ^Thomas Carney, 14 Oct. 51. 

Surgeon. — James Stewart,** 5 Aug. 46; Assist, -Surg, 17 April, 38. 

Assist,-Surgeons.'-'Wi\liaaa Kelman Chalmers, M.D. 13 Nov. 46. 

Edward Canny Ryall, 15 Dec. 54. I Facings Blue. — 

John Ray Philip, M.B., 15 Dec. 54. | Agts, Cox & Co. 



ritsferald eommanded a llffht battalion and a britade in the Penhuula, and has receive tha gold croes 
, Vlticria, and the Pyrenees. 




luoded). 
the 

BarmCaC Wir •• •«»*»•»* ^mru*!/. ncxny lur Cimr*: |rrriwwi m» •• .unn^wiso »»■• »»■■« -■•«• ^myt; .own .rmwaiKaii nm. " -wrC* l»f 

I 4ao ••■ from Maulaein for lbs attack ah MartNban. Comnanded at the oitnck en shore. Was eii boord H.M.S. 
A«<fler dsriair (be ship's oBKacement with and destruction oT ihc «tockndrs on tbe river side in front of RanRnon, llth 
April ; the followiait Nierniag landed ai R*n^o<iD in commouil of fbe IRih Boysl frith. On I9th Apiil •nccceded to the 
^Jf^wimmd of the Ist Bcaaal Uri|(«de, which be comnnndcd ihrouKhowt the war, nnd «>«• nrrsetit nt ilie storm and ctptnre 
■r Baaroon, ceptnre of Promr, sod repulkc of the enemy on the ni;;ht of f ih Per. ]8». For his services, was sarcra 
■mended by General Uedwin to the Oovernor-Ocneral of India in Council. 

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CoUfful—9 Wi William Rowan,* CB. Sm, 4 Nov. 03; Lieut. 16 Jane 04; 

Capt, 10 Oct. 08; Af<i/or, 3 March 14; Li.-Col. 21 Jan. 19; Col. 10 Jan. 37; 

Med 'Gen. 9 Not. 46 ; Lt.-Gen. 20 Jane 64 ; Col 19th Foot, 15 June 54. 
Lieat.'Col. — Robert Sanders,* JSne. p26 May 87 ; Lt. 26 Jan. 41 ; Capt. p3 Feb. 

43 ; Major, P6 Aug. 47 ; Lieut.-Col. p 14 April 64. 
itfa/or*.— Thomas Unett,*^ni.P27 Sept.21; it««^.P22July24; Ca/?^.P6Jaly26; 

Brev. Motor, 23 Nov. 41 ; Breo. Lieut.-Col. 11 Nov. 61 ; Mqfor, p 16 Feb. 63 ; 
Henry Edward M*Gee,* JSns. p 4 Sept. 40; Lieut, p 3 Feb. 43; Capt. p 8 Aug. 

46 ; Brev.'Major, ^ 14 April 64. 
John Lewis Richard Rooke, Bns. Pll Sept. 40; Lieut. p20 Aug. 44; Capt. P2 

April 47 ; Major, 29 Dec. 64. 



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Captains. 

Robert Warden*. ....... 

Lawrence Shadwell,' *.. 
Rob. OncsiphoruB Bright 
Godfrey Wm. Hugh Massy 
George Bingham Jenings 
Edward ChippindalP . . 
Hugh Francis Massy .... 

Oswald Aug. Grimston . . 
R. Barrett," (Q.U.SO 0ct.M) 
E. C.Wiirord,(i.4.so Jnne »4.) 

George LidwlU 

Maurice Lynch Blake . . 
L. Douglas Hay Curried. . 
Richard Doyle Barrett . . 
Rlchd. Fielding Morrison 
George Clay 

LlBUTBlTAlTTB. 

Henry Turner Uniacke . . 

Peter Godfrey 

Edw. Robert Ward Bay ley 



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P 12 Oct. 41 
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P 9 June 43 
P 24 Oct. 46 
p 21 July 43 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 7 Aug. 47 
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13 June 46 
2 Sept. 14 

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Pll Mar. 42 
P 2 Feb. 49 

14 April 46 
P 12 Jan. 49 
P 18 Sept. 49 

P21 Dee. 49 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P 13 Feb. 62 



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Edward Levett iP 17 Aug. 62 



Thomas Moore Scott 
George Alex. Warburton. 
A. Marshall Cardew,* a4;. 

Henry Mitford 

AmesGoren 

John Henry Kirke .... 
Alexander Fraser Unett 

Godfrey Baldwin 

Edward William Evans 

Ensigns. 
Thomas Thompson .... 
Wm. Godfrey Dun. Massy 
Thos. Bewley Monsell • • 
Henry John Browne. . . . 
Richard Moleswortli .... 
James Robert Dalton . . 
Edward St. John Griffiths 
Edw. Nassau Kindersley 



P 18 Feb. 63 
P 16 Mar. 50 
1 July 63 
P28 Dec. 63 
P 11 Mar. 63 
P 17 Feb. 64 
P 14 April 64 

6 June 64 

7 June 64 



P 4 April 46 

17 Mar. 48 

P 2 April 47 

P 2 Feb. 49 

P 4ApTll46 

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9 July 60 

P21 Nov* 61 

14 Aug. 48 

14 Mar. 23 

P 6 Dec. 60 

P 14 July 43 

P 23 Jan. 62 

9 April 48 

P 10 July 62 

P81 Dec. 62 

1 July 63 

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1»4S (Medal), 

the attack and eaptvn of Chia 
Kianr Foo, and at the fa t w atm em of 
Nanua. He aerved m extra aid«-da- 
op to Sir CoUb CamphaU at the 
tlea of Chilliaowallah * Goainat. 
Medal and two claapa. Barred the 
- campaign of ISM aa Aido- 

to nrCoUn, iiM'tw^f^y the 

battlaa'oT the Alaaa, BalakUva, aad 
Inkannan, and riega of MMBtofoL 



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8 Captain Barratt serred in the KaadlanTtrri- 
toriea, Coj loo, during the whole of tho Bebellioo 
of 1817 Hnd 18, and commanded an oatpOiC 
during part of the above period. 

9 Lieuto. Carrie and Cardtw ven wtrttflj 
wounded al the Alma. 



12^ Paynuuter.^Andrevr Clendining, 26 Jan. 60 ; Bns. p 26 Apr. 27 ; Xe. P Apr. 89. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Ambrose Marshall Cardew,' 17 March 64. 
Quarter-Master.— Thomtm Palmer, 21 April 64. 
Surgeon. — ^Thomas Longmore, 3 March, 64 ; AeHst.-Surg. 3 Feb. 48. 
Amstant-Surgeone.-^y^WWam Marshall Webb, 28 March 64. 
William Richards Orylls, 7 April 64. I Faeinge Oreen.-^ 

Ezham Long Hiffernan, 16 June 64. | Agts. Cox & Co. 

1 Lt.-Oeneral Rowan aenred with the O-ind regt. In Sicily in 1800-7 ; on the expedition to Sweden in 1M6 ; la 
Portngal aad Spain under Sir Joha Moorp, from August 1S08 to ilie embarltatlon of the Annj at Coranaa; 
at the bombardment and caplore of Pluahing in 1809 ; in Portugal in 1811, including the action at Sabngal ; 
in the Peninsula and South of France, from Jan. 1818 to the end of the war, including the battlaa of 
Tittorta and the Pyrenees ; attack of the entrenched camp at Vera during the passage of the Bidaasoa 
river ; attack of the fortified positions of La Rbune and Sarre during the passage of the rirer NiTelle; battle 
oa pasting the river Nlre, and atuck by the French of the helghU of Arcanguex; battles of Oithes and 
Toulouse, and intermediate affairs. Senred also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of 
Waterloo and capture of Paris, when he was appointed Commandant of the 1st arrondissement of that 
dty. Promoted to Brer.* Mi^or for the battle of Orthes, and Brev. LIeut.*Gol. for services in the Held. He 
has received the War Medal with six Clasps. 

2 Lt.-Colonel Sanders commanded the 19th regt. In the Eastern campaign of 1854, and was sevarely 
wounded at the battle of the Alma. 

8 Lt.-Colonel Unett served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and succeeded to the command of the 19Ui 
regt. at the Alma. 

4 M^or M'Gce and Captain Warren were slightly wounded at the Alma. 

7 Capt. Chlppindall served with the 89nd during the latter part of the siege operations before Mooltaa 
and was present at the surrender of that Fortress. Be was also at the tuirender of the Foft ainl Oarriaon 
of Cheniot< and at the battle of Ooojerat. 



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««CO BUNNA"—"YITTORIA"— "PYRENEES"— "ORTHE8*>—"TOULOU8E"—«'PBNIW8PLA.'» 

Yeut'Senr.) Coloruh^T^ Henry Thomas,' CB. Em, 1 April 98; Lt. 29 Dec. 98; Cap#. 10 

Sept. 05 ; Mt^, 26 Aug. 13; Lt.-CoL 21 Jao. 19 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; Majar^ 

Oen. 9 Not. 46 ; Lt^-Oen. 20 June 54 ; Col. 20th Foot, 26 July 54. 
IA4fut.'Coloneh'' Frederick Horn,' JEnt. p 26 Jan. 26 ; lAeut. P 17 April, 28 ; 

Capt. P 16 June, 37 ; Mqj. p 7 Sept. 41 ; Lt.-Col. 14 April 46 ; Col. 20 June 54, 
Jlf<{/or«.^Hugh Dennis Crofton,' J?nx. p 13 Mar. 35; Lieut, 29 Dec. 37 ; CapU 

p 9 Aug. 39 ; Mqjfyr, p 30 Dec. 45 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 20 June 54. 
Fred. Charles Evelegh/ JBm. p 1 July 36 ; Lieut, p 10 Koy. 37 ; Capt, p 12 Mar. 

41; Jlf<tfar,P30Dcc53. 
James B. Shsui)e,' £ns. 27 Not. 35 ; Lieut, p 12 April 39; Capt. P 7 Sept. 41 ; 

JBrev.-Mai. 20 June 54 ; 3fq;. 29 Dec. 54. 



Captains. 

ScropeBeynettBerdmore^ 

Geo. B. Cham. Crespigny 

Henry Crawley 

Richard Leigh Lve* .... 

(jeorge StecTens* 

Wm. Pollexfen Radcliffe^ 
Wm.Thoma8WayteWood" 
Charles Richard Butler*. . 
Edmund Francis Anstey' 

Mansfield Turner 

Frederick Nassau Dore^ 

Henry James' 

James George Hay' .... 
Steph.RemnantCluipmac' 
Edward Leet* 

LlEUTBRANTS. 

George Bennett* 

William Henry McNeUl* 

Charles Lutyens 

George Shuldham Peard* 
Francis Padfield/ ady. . , 
Morgan Thos. Rotheram' 
Charles Edw. Parkinson' 
Wm. D. Scrase Dickins . 
Aug. RiTersdale Warren 
W.Lewis DcTenish Meares 
George Dowglasse' .... 
Hector Barlow Vanghan' 

Frederick Parr* 

John W. DoTetOD Lewis' 

Ensigns. 
John James S. O'NeiU .. 

Lewis Kekewlch' 

Wm. ViTBsh Maskel/ne . 
Wellington MitcheU .... 

John Little 

John Thos. Vaughan Kirby 



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25 Jan. 
P 29 Jan. 

11 Oct. 
P 3 Not. 



P 3 Aug. 38 
P 12 Mar. 41 
P 15 June 42 

10 Jan. 42 
P 1 Not. 42 
P 13 Feb. 46 

26 Oct. 41 
P31 Mar. 43 
P31 Dec. 44 
P 8 Jan. 47 
P 19 Dec. 47 

P 20 Dec. 46 
P 1 Oct. 47 
P 4 Feb. 48 
P 5 Feb. 48 
P 7 Apr. 48 
P 12 Jan. 49 

29 June 49 
P 19 Aug. 51 
P12Mar. 52 

29 Not. 50 
Pll Mar. 53 
P 30 Dec. 53 
P 20 Jan. 54 
P 4 Not. 53 



11 Oct. 271 15 Apr. 42 
P 20 July 39 P 17 June 42 



11 June 30 
P 9 Aug. 39 
P 17 Apr. 40 
P 2 Aug. 42 
P 23 Aug. 44 
P21 Mar. 45 
P 30 Dec. 45 
P 29 Jan. .47 

14 Jan. 44 
P 3 Oct. 45 
P 1 Sept. 48 
P 6 July 49 
P 27 July 49 



8 Mar. 52 

P 30 Dec. 53 

P 20 Jan. 54 

P 24 Mar. 54 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

P 7 June 54 

P 16 June 54 

Pll Oct. 53 

6 Not. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Dec. 54 



9 Oct. 43 
P 30 Dec. 45 

14 Apr. 46 
P 25 July 51 
P 20 Jan. 54 
6 June 54 
P 7 June 54 
P 7 June 54 
P 13 Sept. 53 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 

29 Dec. 

29 Dec. 



54 
54 
54 



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20 June 64 
20 June 54 
20 June 54 



4 N^|«r KT«ltfh mrni Ibe 
ButameminipidCB of 18M with the 
Mcli leit., laeludfaf the talllN of 
the Alae and InkeraMB (brmgkt 
th«r«tt. out ofaetion), aad titg« 
of ScbMtopoU 

6 Mi^or Berdmoro, Ooptaliw 
Lytk lt«ef«iu, BadeUSle, Antloy, 
Jam*!, Hay, and Chapmaii, Llenta. 
M*NoiU, Peard, ParkliMoa. Dow. 
f laMc. Taoffham Fan. asd Loirii, 
Pajmaator Moalty, Surf. Bowatd, 
AMist.-8iizfi. Wrlfbt, OartMr, tad 
Wolaeley, acrrod the Baiteni cam. 
paiffB or 1864, ineladfaif tht battloa 
of tbc Aim* and InkenBan. and 
•lego of Sebattopol. 

6 Capt. Wood, Llrat PadSold 
and Baa. Kokewtch, aorrod tht 
Baatcrn eaaapalfa of 1854, inelndlaf 
thebattUf ofthe 41ioaaod Iiikennaa(fltfhU7iroiiadod)i 
and aieffo of Sebactopol. 

7 Capt. Don anred with tho BoA (a tho bftttlo of 
Punaiar. (Medal.) 

8 Capt. Lcct and Qr.- Master Bilhaat wate at tho 
battle of the Alma aad aioffe of SebaatupoL 

9 Lt. Bothersia was at the baUle of the Alaw and 
stefc of Sobaatepol (woundedX 



6 June 54 
P 7 June 54 
P 7 June 54 
11 Aug. 54 
P 25 Aug. 54 
15 Dec. 54 ' 
Paymaster. — Godfrey Goodnnan Mosley,* 11 Oct. 58; JEns, Pi May 46; Lieut. 
Adgutant.^Lieut. Francis Padfield," 22 Dec. 48. [p 1 1 May 49. 

Quarter'Maeter.—BKvid Bilham,* 17 Sept. 41. 
5^«rjr«wi.— Bdward Howard,* 24 Feb. 54; Assist. -Surg. 29 April, 42. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — ^Thomas Wright,* 21 April 54. I Facings Yellow. 

Rowland Wimburn Carter,* 28 July 54. ^Agts. Messri. 
Richard Wolseley,* 28 July 54. | Cox and Co. 

I M^or-Oeneral Thomas aeeompaaied Sir Jamea Craig's ezpedltton to MalU and Naples in 180d. aad senrcd la Str 

" - Jaaact Knapf* llfl^t battalion. Proceeded thenee with the army which look possession of flieily ; served there four years, 

1 1 aad was pvcaant at the capture of the Islaads of Isehia and Prodda. He Joined the 8rd batUllon of his reglnent (tha 

^ I Vth) al BsealUo In tho north of Portogal in April prerlous to the campaign of 1811; and having command of the Ufht 

i J ooovaay. ha was actively employed previous to and at the battle of Tittorla, investment of Pampeluna, battles of 

i< Iha PyreaasB at tho Pass of Bonecsvalles, heigbu of Llasoaia, heights above Pampeluaa, storming of the Preaeh 

1 1 posllloa on the SOlh July, aad punuU of tho enemy vnUl the «th Aug. 1818 1 passage of the Bidasaoa, halchto abovt 

J Z Teta. In eommand of tho Uf ht eonpanles of the right brigade 4th division, he oomaseaeed the batrle of the Nivello bf 

? * 4 as attach npon tha Preach advaaeed redoubt ; ia atonnlnc their main position his hone was killed under him i and to 

I « 1 fMlowftac them vp drove them ont of the villageof BU Pee. He was also empleyod la the aflUrs at Oarref s House and neat 

I If Bayoaaa an tho lOth and ISth Dec., and when the army was put in motion to repsil the enemas encrowshment upoa our 

* ] { wialer position ; also actively employed upon the heights of Bidash. Commanded the above-mentioned light companies 
I { ^ ai Iho battlo of Orthes. bottle of Toulouse— the previous day to which he took possession of tho bridfc oTcr the river Ira 
sis and tha viilaffo of CroU d*0radc, which had been captured by a charge of the 18th Hussars. Next morning he moved off 
%^% his post and eorered the advance of the divisions upon Mont iilanc, and subsequently covered the flank movement of tho 
I •] aataasaa Co tarn tha right of the enemy, and also the advance of the division till it crowned the heightt (horse killed 
f • ^ aador Urn) i he then drove in the enemy's skirmishers, and took up a line to cover the columns till night After the 
^ A tesmlaatten of the Peninsular War he embarked at Bordeaux with the 1st battalion S7th regt. for Canada ; was present 

* 1 5 to all the operattoaa on l..ahe Champlain, and covered the retreat from Platuburg to Montreal. • He was afterwards 

- pimsnt at tha captare of Paris and served to Prance with the army of occupation. He has received he Oold Medal and 
t»n elaspa Air H ivelle, Orthes. and Toulouse i and the SilTer War Medal with three Hasps for V Ittoria *nees. and NIve. 



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The TUitle withlo the Circle of St. Andrev, ** Nemo me imjntne laeeuit,*'\ nmoi 

The King*! Cyplior and Crowa " BLADENSBURQ." *" *^ 

Colonel.— V 5Ua Sir De Lacy Evans/ KCB. Bns. 1 Feb. 07 ; 7,f. i 

Capt, 12 Jan. 16; JlfffJ. 11 May 15; Lt.-Coh 18 June 18; CoL 10 

Mqj.'Oen, 9 Nov. 46 ; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 64. ; CoL 21 jt Fusiliers, 29 
Lieiit.'CoioneL — John Ramsay Stuart, 2nd Lieut, p 20 Jan. 32 • j 

Aug. 85 ; Capt. n 10 Jan. 40 ; Afajor, p9 Feb. 49 ; Lt.-CoL 15 Nov. 
Mc{jors. — C. R. Sackville, ZorrfWest,'-E/w.P30 Aug.SB; Lt. p 6 June 3^ 

P 16 Apr. 42 ; Br.-Mqj. 3 Apr. 46 ; Br. Lt.^Col. 2 Aug. 50 ; Mqj. p 23 
F. P. Haines/ 2nrf Lieut, p 21 June 39 ; Lieut, p 16 Dec. 40 ; Capt. IG 1 

Breo.'Mqjor, 7 June 49 ; Br ev. -Lieut. 'Col. 2 Aug. 50 ; Majors 15 
Hon. Jas. Lyon Browne, 2nd Lieut, p 14 Jan. 42 ; Lieut, p 8 Nov. 44 

22 Dec. 48 ; Majors 29 Dec. 54. 



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Captains. 
Thomas Francis Hobbs . . 
John A. Vesey Kiri^land 
John Thomas Dalyell . . 
George Neeld Boidero . . 
William John Legh .... 
Him.Wm.GeorgeBoyle, *. 
Fran. E. Newport Tinley 
Humphrey Gray* . . . . ^ . 
Wm. Pole Collingwood. . 
Saml. Wm. Hen. Hawker 
Edwin A. Tucker Steward 

John Aldridge 

H en. F. Berkeley Maxse, 8. 

Crofton Peddle . . '• 

Lieutenants. 
Alired Temploman .... 
John Charles Sheffield . . 
William Henry Carleton 
Lewis Trelawny Clark . . 

Henry King 

John Hart Dunne 

Roger Killeen 

Hon. Robert Rainy Best 
John George Image .... 
Sbadwell Henry Gierke. . 
Richard Stephens ..«•.. 
G. Wentworth Beaumont 
Vaughan Hanning Lee 
William Cairnes .... 

Ensigns. 

Thomas Bruce 

Humphrey Fowler, adj. 
S.GrahamBowerSt.Clair,^ 
Thomas Burchell HoUway 

Tliomas Coakley 

Isaac Tristram Coffin . . 
Sackville Geo. Lane Fox 



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15 Jan. 47 
P22 Aug. 37 

14 May 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 
n 20 Oct. 48 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P 28 Aug. 40 

25 Mar. 36 
P23 Mar. 47 

19 Jan. 44 
P 15 Mar. 50 
P 12 April 60 

nevet 
P 17 Oct. 51 

n26 Mar. 52 
P 14 May 52 
Pll June 52 
P Nov. 49 
P 12 June 52 
P21 Sept. 52 

20 Feb. 52 
P 17 Aug. 52 

23 Nov. 52 

3 Dec. 52 

P22 April 53 

P 17 Mar. 54 

P28 Apr. 54 

6 June 54 



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P21 May 50 ! p 2 Apr. 62 
P 27 July 38 P 6 Sept. 44 
P21 June 50 P 23 Apr. 52 
3 Apr. 49 I P 7 May 62 



Pll Apr. 51 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P25Scpt.41 
1 July 38 
P15 Nov. 60 

21 Apr. 46 
P 2 Apr. 52 
P 23 Apr. 52 
P 1 June 49 

23 Nov. 52 



PlSMar. 63 

P 13 Jan. 54 

6 June 54 

15 Feb. 60 

P 28 July 64 

P 14 Apr. 48 

15 Nov. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

39 Dec. 54 



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P 4 Mar. 63 Hugh Ooagh'a sua u 

P 18 Mar. 53 ^^^ campaign on tl 

P 22 AT>ril FiSi (Medal),— as Aide-df 

P 18 June 62 Feroieshah, mnd as < 

P 13 Jan. 64 MiUtafy SecKUry d 

P 27 Jan. 54 remainder of the cami 

ai.^r^^ KA *n the battle of Sobra« 

6 June 54 5 capt. Gray was p« 

6 June 54 the 89(h Re$t. in the 

P28July54 Uahan^ipore (Medal) 

fi Tffnv El ••▼erely woanded. 

1=25: * Liwt-Col. HttDe.' 

15 Nov. 64 On th« formation of tk 

8 Dee 5i '^* 9iax\f^ he vu appou 

D l^ec. O* ^t^ „ MiliUTF »«« 

8 Dec. 54 CommaBder-in-Chirf is 

8 Dec. 54 ?"»** *~*'»' •^ " »^ 

u ^vx,. *jt jj^ ^,, prwent at the 
Moodkee, 18th Pee. and Fcnweahah. Slat 
(Medal and one Claaip) t ia the latter ti 
he was scTcre] j wounded by grane shot at tin 
the enemy's works, his horae bcang kiUed aa 
the same moment. At the reeommendatiai 
Gongh he was promoted to aeompanj in the 
without purchase. At VtlitarrjBecsetafy to hi 
he lerred the Pva)anhcampaigiiof ISIS-I^ am 
sent at the aflhir of ootpostsat RamDugsur 
1848 and subsequent operatioBsreaoltivf in tl 
of the Chetiab, and the battles of ChSliani 



1 Thomas Bruce p 14 July 64 

1 Humphrey Fowler, ad^. 27 July 64 
1 S.GrahamBowerSt.Clair^ P28 July 64 
1 Thomas Burchell HoUway 10 Aug. 54 

1 Thomas Coakley II Aug. 54 

1 Isaac Tristram Coffin . . 22 Dec. 64 

1 Sackville Geo. Lane Fox 29 Dec. 54 ^^^^ ^^^ ^ ^^ ^lasp..) 
25 Pay7nfl*f«r.— Ernest Aug. Hawker, 1 9 Oct. 38 -, Ens. 30 Sept. 30 ; X^. p 8 Ji 
1 Adjutant. — Ens. Humphrey Fowler, 27 July 54. 
6 1|\| Quarter-Master. — ^Thomas Cassidy, 4 May 49. 

12 Surgeon.— T>&vid Reid Mackinnon, 28 Mar. 54 ; Assist. 'Surg. 12 Dec. 43. 

3 Assistant-Surgeons. — ^Arthur Jackson Greer, 23 July 52. 

1 JohnHenry West, MD., 24 March S4. XFaeingslA 

1 James Henry Patrickson, 14 June 64. | Agts. Coxi 

1 sir De Lacy Efant terred in India, In 1807, 8, 0, and 10. Portugal, Spain, and Pranee. in 18]| 

and 14. America, port of 1814-15. Helglum and France in 1815. 16, 17, end 18. In Spain In isil 

and 87. Present during the operations against Ameer Klian and tlie Plndarries, captare of the Maa 

part of Ihe retreat from Burgos, action on the Ilorinaza (wounded), battle of Yittoria, investment o^ 

peliiuu, battle of the Pyrenees, investment of Bayonne (horse shot), actions of Vic Bigorre and 1! 

battle of Toulouse (horse hhot), battle of Biadensburg (two horses shot), capture of Washington, attj 

_ ^^ Baltimore, operations before New Orleans (boarding and capture of American Flotilla,)~actlon S34 

,^ g'^^ woanded severely— unsuccessful assault, Jan. (wounded severe! jX battle of Quatro Braa, retreat « 

S^^ S of June, Waterloo (horse shot and one sabred). Investment and eapitulaiion of Paris. Continued oil 

p ^ g of Allied Armj of Occupation in France. Ac:eepled under an allied power (1885) command of an au;| 

S^ « British and Spanish corps of armj bj sanction and desire of the English Government, and bj order 

S . a King in council. Acted, while so employed. In coi^unction with the British forces (under Lord i.\ 

g'M'n and through mediation of British authorities :^raistng Investments of San 8«tbastian and Bilbos, ad 

. ^ ^ Arlabnn, capture of port and castle of Pa^sa^es. Defeated the enemy in eenera) actions on the 5ih d 

'g'^X 6>h of June. 1st of Oct. (wounded) 1886; also lOih and 16th of March 18»7. Attacked neur H<^mari 

'r%'a ^orch, by the elite of tlie Carliit army, 16,000 strong (about double the allied force), and obliced to I 

;^n a about one mile, but with a less lofs in killed and wounded (600) than that of the enemy. Rcsuhm 

(4 ^ ^ olTensivc the following month -capture of Hernani by escaiudi*. 14th May- of Oyarnin, 70th NU 

Yrun, by storm, I7th May-of Fontorabiaby capitulation, l?th Hay. These, and otiier minor attaiii 

for the most part, feverely conteited, and cost (including tho»c of the enemy) above ten tl.onssnd | 

and wounded. Excepting occailonally tiro or titree stragglei?, generally without aims the I/giod 

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" SCINDB/' *' MeBANBE," « HTDBB ABAD/- 

Coloneh^J^ 5ir William F. P.Napier/ KCB. Ens, 14 June, 00; Lt, 18 Apr. 01 ; 

Capt. 2 Juoe 04 ; Mqj, 30 May 11 ; X*. - CoU 22 Nov. 13 ; Col. 22 July 80 ; 

Mqjtn-'Gen. 23 Not. 41 -, Lt.-Gm, 11 Nov. 51 -, Col. 22nd Regt. 10 Sept. 53. 

Zieut.'ColoneU.-^S&muel Brandram Boileau, Bnt. p4 Oct. 21 ; Lieut. p1 Aug. 

26;Cap^P25Nov. 28;3f<(;.P9Dec.36;X^-CoZ.P18Dec.40;CoZ.llNoT.51. 

Sydney John Cotton, Cor. 19 Apr. 10 ; Li. 13 Feb. 12 ; Capt. n Jan. 20 ; Mqjor 

18 Jan.26; JBrev. Lt.-Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Col. 6 Jan. 43; CoZ. 20 June 54. 
M(yor8.'^iwnies Ramsay/ 9. Ens. 16 May 32 ; Lieut, p 19 May 34 ; Capt, 30 

Mar. 44 ; Brep.-Mia. 2 Aug. 50 ; Mqjor, 28 July 54. 
Francis Pym Harding,^ tf. JS'n«. P16 Mar. 38; Lieut, p 18 Dec. 40; Capt,^ 

Jan. 47; Major, v '2.1 Oct. 64 ; Bret). Lieut.-Col. 12 Dec. 54. 



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23 Oct. 39 

Id May 41 
P 14 Aug. 46 
P June 46 
P 7 Mar. 45 
P 4 Aug. 48 
P 30 May 43 
8 Feb. 41 

26 July 44 
P 30 July 47 

12 Dec. 43 
P26 May 48 



P 26 May 48 

P 2 Feb. 49 

P 11 Dec. 49 

P21 Feb. 51 

P 7 May 52 

P 9 May 51 

22 Feb. 53 

15 Mar. 53 

P 2 Dec. 53 

P 4 Aug. 54 

15 Mar. 53 

P 27 Oct. 54 



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Captains. 
Jos. Edwin Thackwell,««. P 6 June 34 

David Anderson 98 Dec. 38 

G. Abercrombie Robinson '26 July 44 
Francis James Bampfylde p 20 Aug. 44 
John Higgin Oraham . . 6 May 42 
William Henry Poulett.. p 30 May 45 
Herbert Geo. Bowden' . . 30 Apr. 41 
Robert Colvill Jones ^ .. p 9 Aug. 39 

John Breton* P 2 Dec. 42 

EdwSimeonWebberSmith 21 Apr. 46 
WUliam Thomas Smith.. p31 Jan. 40 
Thomas Young p 22 May 46 

LiBUTENANTS. 

Thomas Stacic *o 18 Feb. 43 

Geo. P. Edw. Morrison . . 28 June 44 
Hen. Allen Murray Deane p 5 Dec. 43 

William Couch 20 Oct. 46 

Lynch SUpleton Cotton p 8 Sept. 46 
Hen. Vansit. Pennefather 28 Feb. 45 

Andrew Hill P 31 Dec. 47 

D.PleydellBouverie.... P 12 May 48 
Arthur Lloyd Monk . . 18 Aug. 48 

William McBean 30 Nov. 49 

J. H. Houston Gammell p 15 Oct. 47 

William Dobyns 17 Jan. 47 

T.N.Young(Qr..M.9Apr.47) 21 July 48 
r^wrence N.D.Hammond 23 Nov. 52 

James Tweedie « p 27 Feb. 52 

Robert Richardson Ellis., p 23 Nov. 52 

Ensigns. 
Robert H . Jackson ••.... 12 Dec. 51 
Edw.NapoleonL'Estrange p 18 Feb. 53 
Bonar Millett Deane .... p 12 Mor. 53 
Harcoui-t Campbell Carter p 22 April 53 

Thomas Tyacke p 1 July 53 

Robt. Conway Dobbs Ellis ' P 4 Aug. 54 
Henry G.Lyon Campbell P 27 Oct. 54 
Paymaster.—lifi Cuthbert Barlow,"* 3 Jan. 28 ; Ens. 7 Jan. 10 ; Lt. 13 Jan. 14. 
Acijutant.— 'Lieut. Thomas Newton Young, 12 Sept. 53. 

Quar.'Master.—Wm. Hughes," 5 Aug. 53 ; Ens. 9 Sept. 46 ; Lieut. 2 June 49. 
Surgeon.—QeoTge Williamson, M.D. 13 July 47 ; Assist.^Surg. 26 March 41. 
Assist.'Surg.—A^adrc^ Leith Adams, M.D. 1 Dec. 48. I Facings Bnff.— Agent, 
Joseph Sawyers, M.D. 29 Nov 50. | A. Lawrie, Esq. 



18 Nov. 45 
P 8 Sept. 46 
P 1 Dec. 46 
P 19 Nov. 47 
p 27 May 48 

18 Aug. 48 
P 21 Aug. 49 
P 28 Dec. 49 

11 Nov. 41 
P 8 June 52 
P 17 Dec. 62 

28 Jan. 53 

3 Jan. 54 

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17 April 53 
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4 Major RamMywtTcd in China 
with tb« 4Bch (McdAl;, and was 
preaentatAinojfChuaan, Chinhar. 
Nln^poo, Seicoaa, Wooranff, Chla 
Kianff Poo, and NanUn. 

8 Captefai Breton senred with 
th« ftSrd rcft. in th« SuUcJ cam- 
palpi of 1845-6 (Medal and elatpf), 
and was present at the aflhir of 
Buddiwal, and in the actions of 
A,Uwal and Sobraon (woonded). 

11 Quartermaiter Hughes serred 
throughout the operations in Sclndo 
(Medal), including the destruetfoa 
of Inaaumghur. and at the baitlea 
of Meeanee and Hyderabad. Ho 
was also present at PanuUa and 
Pownghur. 

12 Lieut. Tweedie served with tha 
80th Begt. in the Butneee war of 
18S9,and was with the expedition 
under Sir John Chcapeagainsi the 
Robber Chief Ueyattoon. 

13 PafmAster Barlow, preTious to entering the amj, 
serred three years as a midshipman In the Royal Navy. 
He served afterwards in the Peninsula from Aug. 1810 
to April 181S { the campaign against Nepanl in 1616 1 
and the MahratU campaigns of 1817 and 1818» and 
was present at the battle of Jubblepore, 19th Dee. 
1817. He was present with the 10th at the battle of 
Sobraon (modal); and with the 9th Lancers at the 
passage of the Cbcnab at Ramnuggnr, and the batUes 
of Chillianwallah and Ooojerat ( Medal and Clasps)* 



I Sir Vrailam Napier served at tbe aiege of Copenhagen and batUe of Kioffe, in 1807; Bit John Moore's campaicn of 
180S-9; iho subsequent Peninsular campaigns from 1809 to thcendof that war in 1814, and was present inmanyof the 
. .! . ^ • ' — le haa described with so much ability in hU admirable " HUtory of the Peninsular War.-lndud- 

ronnded), battle of Buaaco, actions of Pombal, Redinha. and Caaal Nova— severe 



Nova— severely wounded at 
of the Hnebra, action 



9 j; aool-stimng scenes which he li 

s f, lag the action of the Coa (wounded), 1 

S SS the head of six companies s: 

M^ . of Vera when Sottlt < 

£ S "3 Niteile and Nive— w« _ . 

•S 8 5 *6l». Sir William has received the gold Medal and two clasps fo. »..^ '.--.-.•-«,«.., ..u «v i i^ 

Z\\ -anded the 43rd Light Inlantry, £id also in many minor actions, and the silver War Medal with three cUsps for 

7 S S Bnaaco, Pncntes d'Onor, and Orthes. 

I as 5 4 Lient.-Col. Harding served with the Lt Company at deflsnce of the Residency at Hyderabad, and was altcrwards 

- - * severely wounded at tbe battle of Meeanee (Medal). Serred tbe Bastem campaign of 1854 as a»de-de-cairip to General 




S^ "^ Bastsm campaign of 1854 as a Brigade Msjor t 

9 j3 c InlKTBiaB, and siege of SebastcpOl. 

I Z S 7 Capt. Bowden served throughout the operations In Scinde (Medal), Including tbe battles of Meeanee and Hyderabad 

± I « in tbe former of which he was wounded in the brcasU He served also the campaign tn tii« Southern Mahratta country 

~ * S In 18i4-6, including the larestmcnt and capture of th« Ports of Panulla and Pownghur. 

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In the eeatre of the Coloar the Prineg ^f WoUmU Ftathgrt, with the motto, *'Ich J>i#n."— Id the eeeovd 
and third eomert. the Biiing Sun and the Red Dragon, and in the fourth comer, the WhiU Mor$€, 
with the Motto.*' Vec aspera <«rr«ft<."— " HINDBN*'~the SplUnx, with the words *< BOYPT'^*' CO- 
RUNNA "— "MARTINIQUB"— "ALBUHBRA"— " BADAJOZ" — " SALAMANCA"—" VITTORIA"— 
" PYRENEES"—" NIVBLLE"— " ORTHES"-" TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA"—" WATERLOO." 

eaier Serr. Colonel-^JB Sir George Charles D'Aguilar/ KCB., Sns. 24 Sept. 90 ; Lieui. 

1 Dec. 02: Capt. 30 Mar. 08 j Mqf. 1 Apr. 18; Lt.-Col. 20 May, 13; CW. 

22Jaly,30; Jlf<(/.-G'«n.23 Nov.41 ; Lt..OeH.n Noy.61 ; Co/.23rdF.31Jan-61. 
Lieut.'ColoneL—DBmel Lysoni,' JEnsign, P26 Dec. 34; Z;t«M^.P2d Aug. 37; 

Capt. P29 Dec. 43 ; Mt^ior, p8 Aug. 40; Lt.-CoL 21 Sept. 64. 
Ifflfor*.— Hen. W. Bunbury, Ent. P 20 June, 30 ; i^P 30 Aug. 33 ; Capi. p 18 Aug. 

&; Brev.'MaJ. 11 Nov. 61 ; Mqf. p2 Jan. 62; JBrev. Lt.-Col. 12 Dec. 54. 
Arthur James Herbert, 2nd Lieut. p6 Apr. 39; Limt. 16 Apr. 42; Capt. p8 

Aug. 46 ; Mqfar, 21 Sept. 64. 
Wm. Pitcairn Campbell,* 2nd Lieut. 6 Aug. 41 ; Lieut. p4 Aug. 43 ; 

P 16 Apr. 47 ; Bretf.-Mgf. 12 Dee. 64 ; Maj. 20 Dee. 54. 



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Edward W. D.BeU^. 

Robert Bruce 

Charles Edward Hopton « 
Fred. Biscoe Tritton . . 
Robert Taylor Raynes 

Edmund Crofts 

George Henry Hughes 
Edwd. Gascoigne Bulwer 
Hen. D'Oyley Torrens'. . 
Jenroise Clarke Jervoise 
Francis Edward Drewe.. 
Henry Bathurst * ..... 

Frederic Sayer *• . * 

George Trevelyan John 
WUllam Capell Clarke . . 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

James Duff • • 

Bevil Granville 

Fred. Fletcher Vane • .. 

Douglas Dyneley 

William Halsted Poole . . 

Savage Mostyn 

Frederick Horsford • • • • 
Sydney Crohan Millet . • 
Thomas Soovell Bigge .. 
Frederick William Jebb . 
Herbert Delm6 RadcUffe 

Charles Monsell 

Ensigns. 
Reginald H. Somenrille 

WilUamOwen 

Thomas Bernard Hackett 

Edward S. Holden 

Francis KnoUy s 

Charles G. Blane 

Hon. Nathaniel Fienues. . 
John Lawrence .••••••• 

James De Vie Tupper . . 
James Williamson 



2nd LIEUT. 



16 Apr. 42 
Pdl Mar. 43 
P 4 Aug. 43 
P22 Mar. 44 

17 Apr. 42 
P 8 May 46 
P28Aug. 46 
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18 Sept. 40 
P 13 June 60 
P17May 60 
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P 6 Nov. 60 
P21NOV.60 
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p 15 May 61 
P 16 May 61 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 12 Dee. 61 
P 22 April 63 
P 13 May 63 
6 June 64 
16 June 64 
P 7 June 64 
P 23 June 64 

21 Sept. 64 

22 Sept. 64 

P 13 Oct. 64 

P 20 Oct. 64 

P 7 June 64 

4 Nov. 64 

6 Nov. 64 

Nov. 64 

P 24 Nov. 64 

28 Nov. 64 

16 Dec. 64 

20 Dec. 64 



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BRBT.-XAJ. 



12 Dec 64 



P17N0V. 43 
P 28 Mar. 46 
P 30 May 46 

8 May 46 

14 Apr. 46 

P 6 July 49 

P26Jan. 60 

P 13 Dec. 60 

8 May 61 
P 9 May 61 
P23Sept.61 
P21 Nov. 61 
P 14 Sept. 62 
P 12 Oct. 62 
P 10 Mar. 64 

P28 April 64 

6 June 64 

P23 June64 

16 Sept. 64 

21 Sept. 64 

21 Sept. 64 

21 Sept.64 

21 Sept. 64 WM wounded. Semd mbwirafaay 

n, a 4. K.A in Walehena at th« ncg« of Flwh- 

21 Sept.64 in*. Alw in SicUr, the Greek 

P24 Nov. 64 l>Iende,andontheeeet«nie(Mstof 

a T\ KA SiMun,wherahe vasvreec&tialSlS 

8 Dec. 64 at Uie action of Biar, end defeat of 
8 Dec. 64 ICanlui Soebetat CastaUa. Joined 
the annj in tJie Netherianda voder 
the DokeofWeUiastonin 181«.«nd 
was preaent at the oaptvre of Paeie. 
M4)or>Goneral D'Agnilar haa aarrod 
S8 veart on the Oeaenl StaC «f 
which cifht aa Aaaaataat-Adjotant- 
Oeneral at the Hone Gnarda (prin- 
cipally under the Doha of Toifc). 
and tvalva ae Adintani- ventral of the army in Ireland. 
He commanded the expedition which in 1847.ae«aalted 
and took the forts of the BoeeaTicris in the CaatM 
Kntt, those of the Staked Barrier, and thow of the city 
of Canton, spiking 87* pieces of heavy ocdnanee. 



18 Dec. 48 

P 9 May 61 

P 9 May 61 

P23Sept.61 

P 25 Mar. 68 

p 23 June 64 

16 Sept.64 

21 Sept 64 

21 Sept.64 

21 Sept. 64 

21 Sept. 64 

29 Dec 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dee. 64 



. Sir O. C. IiyAriilar ^ 
eight ^ears in India daring the 
or Seindia and HoUcar. and ww 
present at the siege and etorm of 
Baroaeh in Gaserat in Ang. 180S; 
at the redaction of Powcnghar in 
Malwa in 1804 ; the capture and eo- 
eopation of Oagein. tha capital of 
Scindia, in 180i; also at the aefcral 
assaolts upon the Fortreesof Bhort- 
pofc in 1806, in the last of which he 



PaymaHer.^VLentj Hall Dare, 14 Mar. 61 ; 2d Lt. 20 Oct. 43 ; X#. p 8 Aug. 4 

Adijutant. — 

Quarter-Master, — Joseph Aston, 17 March 64. 

6^iir^«an.— William Godfrey Watt, 28 March 64; Asshtt.-Surgemt 1 March, 44. 

ilsrisf.-5ur^#.— David Woods, 7 April 64. 

Henry Thos. Sylvester, M.B. 3 Mar. 64. 

Henry Hunter Raymond, 12 May 64. 
Faeinge Blue. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox & Co. 

5 U. CM. Lysonsserreditt Canada daring theUUinsnrrectlon. and washonoorably mentiaoad in CoL Oors^ dMfttldwe 
of St. Denis. Alee the Bastem eanpaign of 18M, ineludtog the battles In the Crimea and the siege of Sebaslopol. 

4 CapCaiof Campbali, Batburac and Bayer were severelj wounded at the Alma. 

ft Hi^or Bell senred the Eastern campaign of 1854, and tuceeeded to the eommand oftlisSSrd Rggt. 
at the battle of the Alma. 

6 Captain Hobeon was tllgfatljr wounded at the Alma. 

7 Captain Torrens was wounded at Inkeiman at aide-de-camp to Brig .-Oen. Torrens. 

8 Lieut. Vane was wounded at Inkerman. 



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e The 5pAiiur, With the words, "Botpt"— **Ca»b of Oooo Hon"— "Talatsba"— <' FuBjrrBt B'Ovom"— 

«* SAtAMAJCCA»*— "VlTTOBIA"— "PrXBlfBBa**— "NlTBLLB"— "OKTHBS"— "PBiriBSIILA* 
— " PUJfJAUB"— " CHILLIAirW ALLAH "— " GOOJBBAT.*' 

Co/on*/.— Robert BlUce/ Sns,S Nov. 98; Xf. 6 Jan. 99; Capt. 4 Hay, 01; 

Mqjor, 12 May, 08 ; Lt.-Col 16 Mar. 09 ; CoL 12 Aug. 19 ; Mq^ar-Gen. 22 

July, 30 ; LU-Gen. 28 Nov. 41 ^ Om. 20 June 64 ; CoL 24tli Begt. 2 Not. 42. 
Lieut.'Colonels. — William OuBtayus Brown,* Ens. 7 July 25 ; Lieut. 11 May 

SO; CapM0May44;/fq;or,16Jan. 49; i^itfu^-CoZ. P21Dec.49: Colaiul, 

28 Not. 54. 
Charles Henry Ellice, Lieut. 10 May 99 ; Capt. p 8 Aug. 45 ; Mqfar, p 21 Dec. 49 : 

Lieut.'Col. P 8 Aug. 51. 
Mqjort, — AngustuB Qeorge Blachford,* Ens, p 12 Not. 25 ; Lieut. P 12 Dec. 26 ; 

Capt. 17 Aug. 41 ; JHqjor, 14 Jan. 49 ; Ereoet Lieut.-Col. 7 June 49. 
Bdmund Wodehouae, En$. p 24 Mar. 37 ; Lieut, p 15 Jan. 41 ; Capt. P 28 Apr. 46 ; 

JHqjar, p 8 Aug. 51. 



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Captains. 
Louis Howe Bazalgette^ 

Francis Spring 

John Henry Lutman' .... 
Francis Charles Bkurray 
Andrew JohnMacpherson^ 
Richard Aubin Crolcer*. . 
George Fredericic Befry* 
John Bulkeley Thelwall' 
William Hartshorn** .. 

Francis Clark^ 

Charles Mackechnie* .... 
Thomas Maling Greensill 

LlBUTENAVTB. 

Henry Macdonald Bums 
Wm. Douglas HallBaillie'^ 
Rob.G.A.deMontmorency 

Robert Halahan 

James Stewart ^* 

Richard Henry TraTers** 
Fred. Wm. Adam Parsons 
Richard Henry Holland 
William Yesey Munnings 

Henry Nangle . . .• 

James Tennent ToTey . . 
William Price HiU .... 

Robert Lind 

Samuel Head 

Charles Petr&s Geneste . . 
R. Josh. Logan Crutchley 
Sam. John James Bums 
Francis Rreeman White 



ENSIGN. 



26 June 38 
P 28 Feb. 40 

8 Jan. 41 

P 7 Oct. 37 

10 Apr. 42 

P 13 Feb. 42 

7 Jan. 42 
P 4 Aug. 43 
29 Dec. 43 
P 11 Apr. 45 
P 16 Apr. 41 

5 Apr. 46 

20 May 42 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P 25 Aug. 40 

17 May 44 

27 Feb. 45 
P Dec. 45 

10 Aug. 48 
P 20 Oct. 48 
P 10 Mar. 48 

17 Jan. 45 
23 Not. 49 

18 Apr. 46 
14 Dec 49 

1 Jan. 47 

P22 June4U 

23 Nov. 49 

Pll May 49 

P 15 Feb. 50 



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P 24 Sept. 41 
P 22 April 42 
P 16 June 43 

8 April 42 
26 July 44 

5 Oct. 44 
P 25 Apr. 45 

3 April 46 

3 Apr. 46 
P 9 Oct. 46 

3 Apr. 46 
P20 0cu 48 



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26 Dec. 51 

28 May 52 

P21 Sept. 52 

P 17 Dec. 52 

P 12 Aug. 53 



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14 Jan. 49 

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P 1 Feb. 50 

10 Apr. 49 

P 8 Aug. 51 

P 2 May 51 

P26Dec. 51 

20 Not. 48 

28 May 52 

26 June 52 

P 26 Not. 52 

P 5 May 54 



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14 Jan. 49 
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20 Oct. 49 

p 21 Dec. 49 

P 8 Aug. 51 

P 26 Dec. 51 

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15 Mar. 53 



11 Qr.-MMtor Alrer ferred 
with the ISth throiiKboot the 
eampftigni In Affghanistan fh>m 
isas to 184S IndotlTe, and was 
prcBent at the ttorm and cap- 
ture of Qhuxnee (medal), a«- 
•aiiU and capture of the town 
and forts of Tootnmdurrah, 
storm of Jhoolghur, night at- 
tack at Baboo Kooth Ohur, 
destruction of Khardurrah, as- 
sault of Perwandnrrah, storm- 
rag of the Khoord Cabool l>ass, 
adkir of Tezeen, forcing the 
Jugdttlluck Pass, reduction of 
the fort of M arooo Khail, de- 
fenceof Jellalabad (Medal) and 
sorties on the Uth Not. and let 
Dec. 1841, 11th Mar. S4th Mar. 
and 1st April, 184S; general 
action and defeat of Akbar 
Khan before Jellaiahad, storm- 
ing the heights of Jugdulluck. 
general action of Teseen, and 
recapture of Cabool (Medal). 



9 Capts. Croker and Thelwall aerred in the PaaJanb 
campaign of 18-18-9, and weraprcient at the saaaage of 
the Chenab, and battlea of BadoeluoK. ChUiianvailah 
(leverely wounded), and Goojarat (Medal and Clasps). 

10 Capt. Hartthom aerred with the 14th in the 
Rebellion In Canada in 18S7-88, and waa present al 
the bombardment of Nary Island. He served also ia 
the Ponjaub campaign of 1848-9, indndiag thejMsaage 
of the Cbenab, and^ttles of Sadeolapore, CUlUaa. 



P 5 May 54 ' vaUah (wounded), and Goojerat (Mediduid Clasps) 



Ensigns. 
T. Madden^' (Q.M.l20ct.49) 
Hen. Haversham Austen 

William Werge 

John Henry Armit 

Alfred William Adcock.. 

Robert C. Streatfleld .... 

Walter Bernardino Logan 

Paymaster. — 

Aidant. — Ens. Thomas Madden,'* 18 Dec. 51. 

Qiiarf€r-Jlf«fcr.— Thomas Airey," 28 May 52 ; Bns. 21 April 46 ; Lt. 6 Jan. 40. 

iStcr^nm.— Richard Gamble, M.D. 12 March 52; Astist.-Surg. 8 June 41. 

Assist. 'Surgeons, — James Lewis Holloway, 17 March 48. 

John Alex. WUliam Thompson, M.D. 10 Nov. 44. 
Frederick Clarke, 27 Oct. 48. 
Fa^ngs Green. — AgentSj Messrs. Cox & Co. 

nies served ot* the ocpedlUon to Sooth America, and was present at the eaptwe of Buenos lyres. 
9 Colood Brown served throoihont the Poniaab campa^n. and waa present with the S4th at the nasssge of the 
^^ - ^^ ^^ .5poiesnd ChUWiSah (woundSd), and as Msjor of the 39th at the battle of CTo^mt (Medal 



ill 

III ChrDahaadbatUeaofSadoolapore 

IZ I *^2Si*BlachftwdserfedwiththeS4thinthePnnJattbcempaignof 1848-9 (Medal), ^ 

" b and battle* of Sadoolapore and ChilUaawallah (succeeded to the command of tbe Regt.) and Gocoent (Medal and Claaps). 
1\^ 4 Caiitsin Baaalgette lerred in the Puqjaub eampalfn of 1848-9, and was present at the passage of tbe Cbenab and battles 
ef ; sTtedooUporr. ChilliaawaUah (severely wounded-), and Go<4erat(Mednl and Clasps). ,.-..,,,. 

- • i h Cavu. Latman. Clark, and Maekeehnie. and Lient. Baillie, served in tbe raajaab csmpaign of 1848-9, inelading 
S 5 1 the miIhisc of the Cbenab and battlea of Sadoolapen, ChiUiaawaUah, and Goqierat (Medal antf Claaps). ^^ . . 
3 •? 7 CartTMaephenen served in the Puaiaub campaign of IS48.9, and was piesent at the passage of the Cbenab and 
•I -batsksor BadeolapoieaadChilHaawaUah(aeverelywoanded). Medal and CUaps. .v... ,m » * 

" • 9 tCapU BoRTMnediii UMFuiaab campaig^ ol 1848-9, including the paaiage of the Cbenab, and batties of Badoola. 

* ' psi%CliUliawral]ah(slightly wounded), and Goqient (Medal and CIsaps). 



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The King's Crest in two comers of the Colour, " In Veritate Beligionis eonfido" The 
Arms of Edinburgh, " NiH Dominutfrttstra ; " with the White Horse In the third corner 
of the Colour. *' Nee aspera terrent," « MINDEN"— "EGMONT-OP-ZEE." The 
Sphinx. " EGYPT."— Flank Companies, " M ABTINIQUE." 

Colonel, 

9 Sir Henry Fred. Campbell,* KCB. & GCH. JS^. 20 Sept. 86; Lieut, k 

Cop^ 25 April, 93; Capt.Sc Lieut.-Col 6 April, 96; CoZ.26 Sept.Od; Mqjor^ 

Gen. 25 July, 10; Lieut. -Qen. 4 June, 14; Gen. 10 Jan. 87; Col. 25th Re^. 

20 Oct. 81. Lieut. 'Colonels. 

Jno.J.HolliB,JE!rw.9Julv03; iM Dec.04 ; Cap*. 30 Mar. 09; Br.-Jlf^'.22July30; 

Maj.% Apr.42; jBr.IX^-Co2.,9Noy.46; i:^-CoZ.19June4d; C0Z.2O jQne54. 

Hy . Francis Strange,' Ens. 28 May 15 ; X/. 7 April 25 ; Capt. P 29 June 26 ^Breo.- 

Mqj. 28 Nov. 41 ; M^j. 20 Oct. 42; Brev.-Lt.- Col. 1 1 Nov. 61 ; Xf .- Co/.4 July 54. 

il/^'or#.— Samuel Wells, JSns. 9 Apr. 25 ; Lieut, p 8 Oct. 29 ; Capt. p 15 Sept. 37 ; 

Mqjor, 16 Sept. 51. 
Saml. B. HamUton, JEns. 20 Sept 33; Lieut, p 14 July 37; Capt. P 12 Jan. 39; 
Brev. Mqforf 11 Nov. 51; Major, 4 July 54. 



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Captains. 

George Holt 

W.C.E. Napier * 1. e. w May si 
EdwardKamsdcnPriestley 

H John Impett* 

JErr.Xf.-Ci9/. 20 June 64. 
Stanhope Mason Gildea. . 

James Ogilvy 

Henry Torrens Walker.. 

George Bent 

Charles D. Pogson .... 
Cha. Jas. Stewart Wallace 
Charles Miller Layton . • 
Henry Exley Jones • • • • 

LiBU TENANTS. 

Frederick Wm. Breedon 
Thomas Edwin Blomfleld 
William George Turner . 
Astley Campbell Smith • 
Horatio Priestley, ac&*. . , 
Arthur Ridg^ay Poyntz 
Charles Cramond Dick • . 
Douglas Ernest Manners 

Alexander Strange 

George Skene Hallowes 
Francis Kegan.Coz, r. . . 
John Richard Harvey . . 

JohnO'Hea 

William Robert Goodall 
Henry Southwell Brown 

Ensigns. 
Lionel Mordannt Fraser 

James Moorhead 

Ciiarles Gun Harlson . . 
William Henry Shafto . . 
Gwynne Orton Lewis . . 



10 Aug. 23 
28 Aug. 35 

27 Nov. 35 
14 AprU 14 

P29 Apr. 37 
P 31 Mar. 38 

28 Oct. 36 
10 April 42 

9 April 42 

5 Nov. 41 

P 6 Dec. 44 

P27 0et. 43 

Pl6May 45 

24 May 44 
P 19 May 46 
P 11 Nov. 45 

28 Aug. 46 
16 Sept. 45 

25 April 48 
18 Apr. 45 
16 June 48 
16 Feb. 49 

4 May 49 

9 Mar. 49 

P 17 Feb. 50 

P 12 April 50 

P 13 Feb. 52 



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12 Sept. 25 
P17N0V. 37 
P 13 Jan. 38 
P 5 Oct. 20 

Pll May 38 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 4 July 39 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P 10 May 44 
P20 Dec. 44 
P 31 Dec. 47 
9 June 46 

29 Jan. 47 

P 8 Oct. 47 

25 April 48 

11 June 48 

19 June 48 

P 10 April 49 

15 Mar. 50 

18 May 49 

P 4 Apr. 51 

21 Oct. 51 

P25 June52 

24 July 52 

P 7 Sept. 52 

P 15 Feb. 53 

4 July 54 



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30 Jan. 



P 19 May 46 

19 June 48 

16 Sept.51 

15 Mar. 53 

15 Mar. 53 

4 July 53 

P28Mar. 5^ 

4 July 54 



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30 Oct. 40 
29 April 42 



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11 Nov. .'il 

18 Feb. 48 

20 June 54 

9 Nov. 46 

1 Sir H. Fre- 
derick Ounp- 
bell terrcd u 
Holland from 
Feb. to Mar, 
1798; in Plan. 
der> from Jiib« 
to Dee. 1794, 
andwas present 
io the action at 
Box lei. Bmborkcd for '?ortn- 
gal In Dee. ISOS.lneominandof 
the Sd Brigade of Goarda. and 
was present at the pasaafe of 
the Dooro and capton of 
Oporto, action at SalanHmdet 
and battle of Talarera, vhen 
he was severely wounded, and 
returned to England In conse- 
quence. Rejoined tho army in 
Portugal, in June, 1811, and 
resumed the command of the 
2nd Brigade of Guards, with 
which he was present at the 
siege of Ciudad Rodrigo. On 
ihe advance of the British 
Army across the Agneda into 
Spain, he commanded the 1st 
Division, and with it was pre- 
sent at the battle of Sala- 
manca, capture of Madrid, and 
siege of Burgos. Medal and 
one clasp for Tklaveta and 
Salamanca. 

ft Lieat.-Col. Impett served the 
eampaign of 181ft with the 71flt,aa4 
wa« present at the battle of Wa. 
tcrioo. 



P 9 July 52 

23 Not. 52 

10 Dec. 52 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P 27 May 53 

Paymaster.-^Vfm. Brumell, 30 Sept. 42 ; Ens. 1 1 June, 30; Lieut. 10 Oct. 34. 

Adljutant.^Lieut. Horatio Priestley, 24 July 52. 

Quarter-Master. — Robert Malcolm, 27 April 49. 

^ur^eon.— James McGregor, 13 Dec. 44; Assist.-Surg. 24 July 34« 

Assist.-Surgs.-^onsLB King Carr, M.D. 24 July 46. 

James Fraser, M.D. 20 Oct. 48. 

Watkin Sandom Wbylock, M.D. 26 Nor. 52. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

3 Lt.-Col. Strange served with the Sflth on the China expedition (Medal), and was present at thedefese 
of Ningpo, at Tscke, Chapoo, Woosuntr. Shanghae, Chin Kiang Poo, and Nankin. 

4 Lieut. Colonel Napier served as aide-de-camp to Sir Charles Napier during his eampalcn sffainst th« 
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Colonel.— 9 Philip Bainbrigge, CB.^ JBns.tiO June 00; Lieut. IS Nov. 00) 

Capt, 17 Oct. 05; Mqjor, 15 Oct. 12; Lt.-Col. 21 June 17 ; Col. 10 Jan. 

37; Mqf.'Gen. 9 Nor. 46; X^-G«n.20 June 54; Col. 26th Foot, 31 Mar. 54. 
Lieut.'Colonel.^Andrcvr T. Hemphill, Bns. 7 Apr. 25 ; Lt. 10 Apr. 29 ; Capt. 

3 July 39 ; Mqjor, 11 Feb. 46; Lt.-Col. p 8 Dec. 46 ; Col. 20 June 54. 
j^^yVwv.— Ferdinand Whittingham,« CB. En8. "St Nov. 32 ; Lieut, p 19 Feb. 36 ; 

Capt. P 30 Apr. 41 ; Brev.-Mqj. 23 Dec. 42 ; M<{j. P 1 Oct. 47; Bt. Lt.-Col. 

20 Jane 54. 
Francis Carey, Ens. p 22 May 85 ; if . p 2 Sept 37 ; Capt. p 7 July 43 ; Bret.- 

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Captains. 
William Hopson Hopson 
Arthur Aug. Longmore.. 

Thomas Andrews 

Bertie Mathew Roberts 
Rd. Wollastnon Clerke. . 
William Thomas Betts,^ 
Walter Fitzgerald Kerrich 
William Edward Walhice 
Robt. Creighton Granville 

William Mosse 

Richard Chute 

FSennes Arthur Qaartley 

Lieutenants. 
C. R. B. Calcott,^ d. a4f, 
Edw. H. Pierce Elderton 
Henry Charles Hardinge 
William John Nunn . • • • 
Tho. Wm. H. Hutchinson 

John Colling 

Edward Arch. Collins . . 
William Eliott Lockhart 

Esteonrt Day 

Matthew Holfovd Hale . 
Geo. Wilbraham Northey 
Geo. Edm. Phipps Trent 

James Armstrong 

Wm. Macdonald Mill/. . 

Ensigns. 
Livins Sherwood King • • 

James Givlns 

George Meldrum, aifj. . 
George Walton Appleby 

Joseph Lowndes 

William Beers 

George Hogarth. • 

Edwud Kempson 

Henry Aug. Barton • • • 
Morris Robinson . . . • • 
Charles Hunt Bindon 



ENSIGN. 



4 July 39 

8 May 40 

p 27 Dec. 42 

22 May 41 

P 12 April 44 

24 Nov. 35 

P 19 Oct. 49 

P 3 Sept. 47 

P 2 Mar. 49 

21 Aug. 49 

P 18 Jan. 50 

6 Dec. 43 

11 Oct. 45 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 22 May 46 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P 13 Dec. 51 
P23Jan. 52 
P 17 Aug. 52 
P 22 April 53 
P 13 May 53 
P 27 Sept. 53 
Pl7Mar. 54 
P 7 June 54 

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p 28 Dec. 41 
P31 Dec. 41 
25 June 44 
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P22 Dec. 46 

15 Nov. 39 
P 30 July 52 
P 9 Nov. 49 
P 5 Nov. 50 
P 5 Dec. 51 
P 26 Mar. 52 

22 Aug. 48 

22 Dec. 48 
P 1 April 53 
P 27 Sept. 53 

22 Doc. 48 
P 7 April 54 
P 28 April 54 

June 54 
6 June 54 

P 7 June 54 

9 July 54 

26 July 54 

8 Sept. 54 

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P 14 Oct. 51 

P21 Jan. 53 

Pll Mar. 53 

P 7 April 54 

6 June 54 

P 7 June 54 

9 July 54 

26 July 54 

P25 Aug. 54 

P 20 Oct. 54 

P 17 Nov. 64 



7 Lieut. UUl lenred with 
the 01st Regt. throughoat the 
Kaffir war of 1846-7. Wat 
afterwards present In the 
action with the rebel Boers at 
Boem Plaats, and was seveKlj 
wounded. 



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11 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P24 Aug.54 
P 25 Aug. 54 
13 Oct. 54 
P27 Oct. 54 
PlONov. 54 
1 Dec. 54 
15 Dec. 54 
Pfly»MMf«r.— RobertCollinsCraigie,3 Nov. 43; J5'n#.P2 Feb. 36; X/.P16 NoT.41« 
Ae^vtant. — Entign George Meldrum, 11 Aug. 54. 
Quarter'Master.-^hsLrleB Kent,* 2 April 47. 

Surgeon. — John Grogan, M.B. 14 Nov. 51 ; Auist.-Surg. 16 April 41. 
Aseitt.'Surgeons. — Frederick Douglas, M.D., 30 March, 49. 
John Coates, M.D., 2 April 50. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k, Co. 

1 IJ«aL>0«icTal Balslirirge lerred In the Peninsula In the Quarter- Muter- General's department tnm 1610 to the end 
•r that war la 1tl4. and was prvsent at the Lines of Totres Vadras, part of the siege of Oliren^a, slcffe of Cludad Kodri(o. 
lart sl«fe of Badi^oa, aSkir of the Goarena, hattle of Salamanea, part of the siege of Burgos, allkir of Villa Muriel, retreat 
ftsBi B«|os to Clodad Rodrlfo, batUes of Vittoria and tlie Pyrenees, part of the last siege of San Sebastian, battle of the 
nft, and actloaa near BIdart, Bossussary, and Villa Franque % aeiions of Garris, Tarbcs, and Vic Bifgore, and battle of 
iMova. Be haa reeeircd the War M^al with seven Clasps. 

I U.-Col. Whittlnffham serred as Aide dc Camp to Sir Hufh Gouffh throughout the opeimtlons of 1S4S in China (medal), 
Md WM present at Segoaa, Cliapoo, Woosnng, Slungliak, and Chin Kianc Foo. 

S Capt. Bctu, and Qr.- Master Kent, served throughout the China eicpcditkiB (medal), and wete preBentatChusan,Can- 
lsa,deCcaeeof Niagpo. at Clupoo. Woocunff. Shanghac. Chin Kiang Foo. and Nanfclnf. 

• i'lairt. Caleotc served with the 10th llegt. durint the Pui^aub eampaign of 1848-0 (Medal) Including the whole of the 
*•>«« epeiatieos before Mooltan. the action at Snofjkhoond, capture of the Suburbs, and surrender of the fortress en the 
talJjBttary 1840 (CUsp) { also present with the Rcgt. at the batUe of Goojerat (Ciasp), 



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78 ramb. tot India. 5J^6i^27th{arInnishiUing)Jlegt.ofFoot. [ ^Sll^' JiSS^ 

A GUUe with Three Tanvte; St. Oeorge*! coloare fljing In a blue Field. The White Hone. '* ^ee atptt^ 
terrent,- "8T. LUCIA." The fl!pA<n«, with the wotde " EGYPT"— "MAIDA" — " B1DU02"- 
" SALAMANCA "— "TITTORlA "— " PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE "— "0BTHE8 "— "TOULOUSE "- 
^ «« PENINSULA"— •'WATERLOO." 

Colonel.'-9 Edward Fleming/ CB. Bnt. 24 June 02 ; Lieut. 6 July 04 -, Capt. 

30 May 07; Mqfor, 1 April 13$ £deut.-Col. 18 July 16; Col. 10 Jan. 87 

Mqjar-Oen. 9'Noy. 46; Lt.-Qeju 20 June 64; Col. 27th Regt. 19 Sept 53. 
2i*.-C©/*.— HaUam D'Arcey Kyle,« Bnt. p 12 July 33 ; Lt. P23 June 87 ; Capt. p24 

May 39 ; Mqj. p 7 April 48 ; Brev. Lt.-Col 28 May 63 j Lt.-Col. p 11 Oct 58. 
UBher WilliamBon, Ensign, p 29 Aug. 26 ; Lieut, p 11 Nov. 31 ; Capt. p 28 Feb. 

40 ; MqjoTy P 18 Aug. 48 ; Lieut.-Col 26 May 64. 
Mqfors. — Geo. Anthony Bumfordy Ens. 3 Mar. 26 ; Lieut, p 16 Dec. 25 

Capt. 6 No\ 38 ; Brevet-Maj. 16 Sept 48 ; Mqf. 2 Dec. 61, 
Thomas Perdval Touzel, Ens. 10 Sept. 29 ; Lieut, p 4 Oct 33 ; Capt. p 16 Nov. 

41 ; Mqfor, 26 May 54. 



Full 



Half 
Pay. 



Captains. 

Herman Stapylton 

Ollyer Langley 

John Vize O'Donnell 

Barclay Thomaa 

Edward Barnes 

Ed W.Nassau Molesworth 
James Henry Creagh . . 
William Douglas Phelips 

Frederick Rhodes 

John Samuel Manly .... 

Charles Warren 

Hon. L.W.C. A.F. Cary . . 

Lieutenants. 
John David Downing . . 

Thomas Maguire 

George Reynell Gresson 
Heneage Charles Chester 
Arthur SissonCooper, a^. 

Charles Carnegie 

Walter Hamil. Twemlow 
George Glascott Newton 
Natlumiel Bamadiston • , 
Henry Bethune Patton . 
Francis Eastwood Murphy 
William Henry Gresson 
William Henry Davis . . 
William Caimcross .... 

John Burke^ 

Charles Rouch 

John Grahame 

Walter Macpherson .... 
Wm. S. Church Pinwill 
Joseph P. O'Loghlin. • . . 

Ensigns. 
George Stewart White .. 
Edward Hammond King 
Charles Edward Stewart 
Andrew David Geddes . . 



BNSION. 



P 4 Aug. 37 

P 19 Mar. 40 

P25NOV. 46 

31 Dec. 44 

26 July 46 

P 1 Dec. 37 

19 Nov. 47 

P 9 June 48 

P18 Sept 49 

16 Feb. 39 

23 April 47 

Pl9 0ct 49 

P2dNov. 49 
P 14 Dec 49 
P 9 Feb. 49 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P22NOV. 60 
P22N0V. 60 
P 16 Mar. 60 
8 Nov. 48 
P 17 June 61 

26 Dec 61 
P 12 Mar. 62 
P 13 Mar. 62 
P 9 July 52 

29 Oct. 47 

4 Sept 49 

P 7 July 48 

10 Feb. 62 

16 Apr. 62 
P 23 Nov. 62 
P21 Jan. 63 

4 Nov. 53 

16 May 51 

P14 April 64 

6 June 64 



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PlOMar. 41 P 1 Dec. 46 
P 22 Mar. 44 P 22 Dec. 48 
P 11 Feb. 48 P 16 June 49 



19 Nov. 47 
P 9 June 48 
P 2 Apr. 41 
P21 June 60 
P 2 Aug. 60 
P 8 Oct 60 
P 20 Oct 43 
P 18 Sept 49 
P 8 Nov. 60 

2 May 61 

2 Dec. 61 

P20 Feb. 62 

P28May 52 

11 Mai^ 63 

P26Mav.63 

9 July 62 

14 May 62 

7 April 54 

P 14 April 54 

26 May 64 

26 May 64 

26 May 54 

19 July 62 

22 Feb. 63 
P 6 May 63 
P27May 53 
P 16 July 63 

28 May 64 

23 June 54 



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P 8 Nov. 60 

P 2 May 51 

2 Dec. 61 

P 6 May 63 

7 April 64 

14 April 54 

26 May 64 

26 May 64 

26 May 54 



a Lieut.-coI. Kjle, eerred 
with the 46ih Segt. In the lest 
Kal&r war, for which aerricc* 
he wae promoted to th« brerel 

rank of Lleut.-Col. 

8 Mr. Mostyn served la the 
Peninsular from Jan. 1811 aatU 
tlie end of the war, Indudlog 
the siege of BadiUox. April 181S, 
battles of Salamancat Tlttoria, 
and the Pyrenees; •torminf of 
San Sebastian with the Volaa- 
teerpartj; battles of Orthes and 
Toulouse. SerTed in the Ame- 
rican war, includinc the action 
at Plattsburg. Present on the 
16th June at Waterloo. Hehu 
receired the War Medal with 
eight clasps for Badges, Sala- 
manca, Yittoria, Pyrenees, St. 
SeHitlan, Nlrelle, Nive, and 
ToHlouse. 



9 Paymaiter.'^Wm. Arch. Kidd, 10 June 58 ; Ens. p 20 Nov. 46 ; Lt. p 22 Dec. 48. 

6 Adjutant. — Lieut. Arthur Bisson Cooper. 1 1 June 52. 

1 Quarter-Master.'^ohn Trenor, 28 April 54. [Assist. 9 Nov. 10. 

45 Surgeon.—'^ ifll Thoe. Moetyn,*6 Oct 26; Assist.-Surg. 19 Dec. 11; Hasp." 

1 Assist.'Surgeons*'^Thomaa Stephenson Teevan, 19 May 64. 

1 John M'Leod Cameron, M.B., 26 May 54. 

1 Leonard Kidd, M.B., 26 May 64. 

Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox &. Co. 

Lltut-Genersl Fleming wrred with the Slit regt. in SIdlj, and « 

•ndsr Sir John fltmurt. In Bgyplin IWT " ' **- '^ — '' * 

Bosetta. when h« obtained his oompany ii 

the Psniasalar campaigns of 1808, 9, lOi and 11, inelnoing xum paaasg 

peranit of Mauena horn Santarem, battlfls of Talaveia, Bnsaeo, and Albohera (▼«7 aefsnlT « ^ 

the light eompaa^of his rcgfaasnt, fsmiag part of the advance, at the spirited sfiur with and rstvaat of the 



aing served with the Slit regt. in SIdlj, and part of the Grenadier Battalion la Cslabiia in ISM 

la Egypt in 1807 under General Haclceade Fiaser, at the taking of Alexandria, and etonaiiw of 

ed his company in action. Joined the expedition nnder Sir David Baird to Coraan^ and aai isd 



9, iOi and 11, including the passage of the Alberche with the advaaeed Wigade, the 

battles of Talaveia, Bnaaoo, and Alhnhera (very severely iroaadod in the head) ^ tmi 
( company 01 DM rMimsnt, faming part of the advance, at the spirited f ' ' 
Mayor to Badidos on the 2Sth March 181 1. Served in the West ladies fi 
op the nver St. Maiy's to the Soathem Sutes of America; in the Bast Indici 
and in Canada fiom 18S9 to 1833. He has received the Sflver War Medal with three Clasps. 



the expedition 



i Sutes ^America; in the Bast Indies f^om 1810 te 18SS hMlnaiie; 



4 Lient. Burke served in the ttnd In the eampalfn In the Soathem MahratU Country la 1844 and 1845, |pd was 
at the stena of the PettaLs on t7th Not. and of the forte of raautla sad Pownghur. 



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''tS^S^^JmSli^'] 28^A( The North Gloucestershire) Regt. of Foot. 79 

TlM SpMnx , Willi the wordf '• EGYPT »' — " CX)RUNNA " — " BARROBA '» — " ALBC7HERA »* — 
«* VITTORIA»'— •* PYREMESS"— '* NIVELLB»»— " N1VE'»— " ORTHES"— " PENINSULA" 
"WATERLOO." 



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Cff^oiteZ.— Henry John Wm, Bentinck/ Ens. 25 Mar. 13; Lt. ^ Capt. 18 Jan. 

20; Cap*. ^ X^-C(?^ 16 May 29; Col. 23 Noy. 41 ; Mqf.-Qen. 20 June64; 

Col. 28th Foot, 10 Oct. 64. 
Lieui.'CoUmel.'-FrBsik Adams,* ^9». P30 Dec. 26; Xi«ttf. 23 Mar. 32 ; Capi. 

P31 Dec. 33 ; Mqjor, 29 Oct. 43; Lieut.-Col. p 16 July 62. 
3ftyor#.— Robert Julian Baumgartner, Ensign, P 27 Sept. 33 ; Xieu*. P 30 

June 37 ; Capt. p 23 April 41 ; Mqjor, 23 Sept. 61. 
Robert Henry Lindsell, Ensign, p 13 Jan. 38; Lieut, p 16 Nor. 39; Capt. 11 

June 48; Major, p 18 Oct. 63. 
Mottram Andrews, J57n«. 9 April 26 ; Xf>u^ p 24 July 28 ; Capt. 24 Aug. 42; 

Brev. Mqj. 20 June 54 ; Mqjor, 29 Dec. 54. 



Captains. 

Henry Furey Wakefield* 
Percy Archer Butler. . . . 
John Quise Rogers Aplin 

Frederick Huey'. 

£dm. Oilling Hallewell, s. 

Thomas Maunsell^ 

Samuel Rawson 

William Roberts 

Henry R. Crewe Godley 

Henry Webb 

Christophilus Garstin . . 
Henry William Dennie . . 
JohnDundas Malcolm.. 
Sussex L. A. B. Messitcr 
O. Robt Hamond Orlebar 

XiIEUTBNAKTS. 

William Gordon Shute • . 
Waring Alex. Biddle. . . . 
Montagu Wigley Bell .. 

Smith Ramadge 

Simpson Hackett, aty. . . 

William Gandy 

James Graham Turner • . 
Thomas Lynden Bell .... 
Hill Faulconer Morgan •• 

James Williams 

Hen. Clark Worthington 
Edw. Garmonsway Waldy 
Tho. Sutton Klrkpatrick 
Cbaries David Ingham. 
ENsiaNS. 

Francis Brodlgan 

William Alfred Steward. 
Fred. Arthur Magenis .... 
Cha.£dw. Barrett Lennard 
Frederick C. Irwhi . • ,. 
Edward Fox Angelo . . • < 
Thomas Edward Adams 



BN8ION. 



P 17 Dec. 29 

P 1 Mar. 39 

P 7 Oct. 37 

P 6 June 40 

P31 Dec. 39 

P27 May 42 

P31 May 39 

P 1 Nov. 39 

P 25 Sept. 46 

18 June 41 

PUMay 36 

18 Dec. 41 

1 Nov. 42 

6 Nov. 42 

P 13 Mar. 46 

P 26 Nov. 47 
P 18 Feb. 48 
P 12 July 45 

15 May 47 
31 Dec. 47 

P 18 Apr. 51 
P 30 Mar. 49 
P17May 60 
P2d Sept. 61 
P 21 Sept. 62 
P21 Jan. 53 
P 8 July 53 
P 18 Oct. 53 
P17 Feb. 54 

6 June 54 

7 June 54 
16 June 64 

P27 Oct. 64 
3 Nov. 64 

16 Dec 64 
29 Dec. 64 



29 July 32 
2 May 42 

P23 April 41 

5 Mar. 42 

15 Apr. 42 

P23May 45 

13 Sept. 42 

10 July 43 
P 21 July 48 

14 Oct. 42 

15 Dec. 40 

30 Dec. 42 
29 Mar. 44 

P 24 May 44 
P 10 Dec. 47 

P30Mar. 49 

5 Oct. 49 

P 9 Apr. 47 

11 Nov. 61 
P 16 July 52 
P 29 Apr. 53 
P 18 Oct. 53 
P17 Feb. 54 

6 June 54 
11 Aug. 54 
29 Nov. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec 54 
8 Dec. 54 



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30 Dec. 43 20 June 64 

P 4 Apr. 45 

20 Nov. 46 

P 8 June 49 

P29 Dec. 48 12 Dec. 64 

8 Oct. 60 

23 Sept. 51 

P 17 Aug. 62 

P 17 Feb. 54 

6 June 54 

14 Mar. 61 

29 Dec. 64 

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A M%)or WakeAeM lenred 
with the 40th In Lower sad 
Upper Scinde in I8S0 and 40. 
lie commanded the Grenadier 
Companj during the whole of 
the operations in Candahar and 
in Afl^hanistan,ln 1841 and 4S. 
and hae received the Medal 
for Candahar, Gbunee, and 
Cabool. He was also present 
In the action of Mahar^pore, 
and has received the Bronit 
Star. 

8 Capt. Huej served with the 
40th In the battle of MahanO- 
pore (Medal), and waa severelj 
wounded. 



Paymaster Benson served In the PenlttBul* 
from July, 1812, to the end of the war, Indnd- 
ing tho battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, (wound- 
ed in the arm), Pampeluna, Nivelle, Nive, Oi^ 
thes, and Toulouse. Served also In the Ameri- 
can war, and was severely wounded In the 
right breast by a rifle ball at PUttsbary. Ht 
has received the War Medal with five clasps. 



36 8 Payiiuu^«r.-9Geo.Tho6.Benson,«20May,36; JE:n«.13Feb. 12; X^ 26 Aug. 13. 
8 A4Jutant.--Lieia. Simpson Hackett, 16 Oct. 52. 
1 Quarter-MaHer.^iaieuTj A. Berry, 16 Dec. 54 ; Ent. 11 Aug. 54. 
13 i9tcrv«on.— Benjamin William Marlow, M.D. 24 Feb. 54; A.-S. 25 Feb. 42. 
1 Assitt.'Surgeon8.^Vfl]hBan Henry Brice, 6 Jan. 64. 
1 Chamney Graves Irwin, 24 Feb. 54. 

1 I James Frederick Stewart, M.D. 7 April 64. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
1 M^lor-Oenenl Bentinck commanded the Brigade of Guards in the Eaitern campaign of 1854, 
iadadlac the battles of the Alma, BalaUava, and Inkerman (wounded through the right vm), and siege 
ef Sshartopol. 

8 Uentw-Ool. Adams commanded the 28th Regt throughout the £astern>ampalgn of 1854, including 
the battle of the Alma and siege of Sebastopol. 

•*« The following Offioers served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of the Alnsa, and 
sitgeof aebaatopol, vls.!~Mi^orsBaumgartner, Undsell, and Wakefield, Captains Butler, Aplln, MannseU, 
M titt U, Oodtoy, Malcolm, Meieiter, and Orlebar, Lieuts. Shute, M. W. Bell, Hackett, T. L. Bell, Morgan, 
WiUknt, Waldy, and Klrkpatrick, Paymaster Benson, Quartex^Master Berry, Surgeon Marlow, Assist.- 
SmBfiee. 

4Ca6fai XsoiueU lerved in the a3iid 
•pmaoM Mbf« Mboltaa. hieloding the attack 
■SI^Um aeifaa of SooijkooBd, storm and captuiv «x uivnij, boh ■«»««»» ws m*« .v.mv... .^»~-v--^z:.»- — -r - j-j _» 

1«of thcftirt and ganriion of Chcsiote, and at ths battle of Go«|}exat (Medal sad two Clan>») Vas wounded at 

BaethaSUtJaanarylStf. _ _ . . „ ..^..^^,_,.,^, 



the Puojanb campaign of 1848.9. and was present at the int and second tiege 
ittack on the enemy's position in ftont of the advanced trenchee on the l«h fept. 
A capture of the ^7, ju^jiuiTender <rf ihe^ fortre«u ^A^l^^l^SiUJd at 

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ROL15U»'--VIMIEBA''--«TALAVBRA''-"ALBUHERA''-"PENIN8ULA"--"FBBOZE8HAB«— -80BRAOX- 

Co/.— » Ulysses, XorrfDowne8,»KCB.S««, 81 Mar. 04; £M2Nov.04; Capt.i 

Sept 06 : Mqj. 31 Mar. 1 1 ; i^- Col. 6 Sept. 12 -, Col. 27 May 26 ; Mt^^ Gtu. Id 

Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. Nov. 46 -, Gen. 20 June 54 ; Col. 29th Regt 15 Aug. 50- 
Lieut. 'Colonels.'—Q^orge Congreve,» CB. Ens. 8 Apr. 25; Lieut. P12 Jan. 26j 

Capt. P 12 June, 28 ; Brev.-Mcyor, 23 Nov. 41 ; JUtgor, 8 April, 42 ; Lieut.* 

Col. 11 Feb. 40 ; Col. 20 June 64. 
Matthew Smith,* £ns. 16 Sept. 16 ; Lt. 31 Dec.23 ; Capt. 8 Feb. 34 ; Breo.'Mq). 

23 Dec. 42; 3f<y*. 22 Dec.45 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 7 June 49 ; Lt.-CoL 20 Juneoij 
Jf<y ar#.— John Rops Wheeler, Ens. 30 July 28; Lieut. p2o Dec 29; Capt, 

P 16 Dec. 40 ; Major, 11 Nov. 51. 
John Power,' Ens. p6 May 37 ; Lieut. P 12 July 39; Capt.v 29 Dec. 43 ; Jlf<y. 

20 June 54. ___ 



Captains. 
E.Lugard<'CB.«,{.e.7Jttne49 
Col. 80 JunjB M. 

John £nea8 Duncan*** . 
Bdw. Henry Westropp" 
William Francis Stehelin" 
Lindsay Farrington*' 
Saml. Fisher" fr.;.c.80Jttne54 
Hugh George Colvill" 
Henry George Walker" 
St. Geo. Mervyn Nugent" 
John Mackenzie Lyle" . . 
Augustus Alexander Dick' 
Valens Tonnochy *• ... 

LlEUTBNANTB. 

Frederick Kneebone*'. . . 
Henry Philips Onslow*^. 
Edward Thos. FitzGerald" 
Wm. Septimus Simmons" 
Charles Hugh Levinge". . 
Edward Browne Hart,"* 
Richard John Evans" . . 
J. Sheridan Henderson" 
Edmond H. C. Pery" .. 
R.C.DalrympleBruce,a4?' 
John Thomas James .... 
George Augustus Ferris" 

DeVicValpy 

WilUam D. Chapman" . . 

William Congreve 

Henry Evans Quin .... 

Frank Browne 

William Speke Dickinson 
John James Hood Gordon 
H. W. Somerville Carew 
John Crawford Langford 

Ensigns. 
Edmund Watkin Kent . . 
Geo. Wm. Fred. D. Smith 
Warinifton Taylor 
Colin ilugh Thomson 




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2 Nov. 38 

30 April 41 

23 June 43 
16 June 27 
10 Jan. 40 

P 29 Apr. 42 
P 26 Oct. 42 
P 19 May 43 
p31 Dec. 44 
P 2 Sept. 46 

19 Dec. 46 
19 Nov. 41 
28 July 42 

1 Apr. 46 

2 Apr. 40 
9 Dec. 45 
4 Apr. 46 

3 Apr. 46 
P22May 46 

10 Nov. 43 

P 18 Apr. 46 

P 8 Dec. 46 

P 20 Oct. 48 

10 Dec. 47 

30 Mar. 49 

24 Aug. 46 
10 April 49 

P 4 May 49 

P21 Aug. 49 

21 Aug. 49 

P 8 Dec. 48 

P17 May 60 

13 May 63 

P 20 Jan. 64 

P 6 Oct. 64 



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CAPTAIN. 



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3 Apr. 46 



3 Apr. U 



P31 Oct. 31 

26 Oct. 39 
8 Apr. 42 

20 Dec. 42 

27 Sept. 44 
PlOAug.Sl 

3 Aug. 41 

31 Dec. 43 
P 31 Dec. 44 
P 2 Sept. 46 

20 Mar. 46 

20 Mar. 46 

20 Mar. 46 

30 July 46 

20 Dec. 43 

26 Nov. 46 

p 19 Feb. 47 

6 Aug. 47 

P 28 Sept. 47 

10 Dec. 47 
P 1 Aug. 48 

14 April 46 
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80 Apr. 49 
P 6 Oct. 49 

. 1 Mar. 60 
P 9 July 60 

12 Oct. 62 

29 July 63 
6 Aug. 53 
9Jun. 54 

20 June 64 
P 6 Oct. 64 

SO Qr.-MafiterWahh (erred with the48tb U 
the campaign against the RaJah of Cooi?. ii 
A4>ril 1834. He served with the 55th in Cfaini 
(medal), at Amoy, Chusan, Cbinhae (includinc 
the repulse of the night attack), Chapoo,Wv» 
sung, &ihanghRl,Jc storming of Cbin-Kiang-Foo. 



30 Dec. 43 

30 July 40 
6 Aug. 47 

8 Mar. 50 
P 9 July 60 

22 Dec. 45 
10 Dec. 62 
15 Mar. 63 
15 Mar. 53 
6 Aug. 53 

9 Jan. 54 
20 June 64 



4 Lt..Col.8raHb ferTcdasM^d 
Bri(Bde witb thearaiy tiadcr C« 
PoUeck darinf the emmpaitn of 194 
in Aff^hanlstan (oMdalX ud mu 
prctcnt (u D. A. A4|..Gca.or ifca 
Int. DiT.)at the liorcinK otth* Sby. 
ber Pan, astJon at Mamoo KhwI. 
forelDg the Teaaea and Hult Rocri 
Pastes, attack and capture of IiiaJil! 
(received the Brevet rank of Ua^l 
He served with the »ch ia Hm 
Punjaub eampaicn in 1848-9, is-j 
eladinf the pasaage of the CbcatbJ 
and battle of ChiUlan«al]ah(«c»i4 
ed)| and he eommaaded the Mik 
Rcf t. at the battle •! Goojml 
( Medal aadClaspe). 



Paymaster -Charles Scarlin Naylor,*^ 8 May 35 j Efis. 1 Sept. 12 ; X^ 25 Dec. 

15; Cflpf. 9May34. 
Adjutant.—Lieut. Robert Cathcart Dalrymple Bruce, 29 July 68. 
QZirter'Master.--Timoihy\Yeilsh,^llOci.5S}Ens.2BNoY. 45; Xf.l Apr.60. 
5tfr^«w.— Richard Dane," MD., 21 July, 46 ; Assist.-Snrg.n July, 35. 
Assist.'Surgeons.—KoheTt M'Gi-egor, 19 April 60. ^ . ^ 

Daniel Macqueen, M.D., 15 Nov. 50. [Messrs. Cox k Co. 

John Smith Charlres, 11 June 52. FacingsYeUow—AgefiUi 

\^rd Downes was annointed AldcdcCamp to Sir John Cradock, whom he accompanied to Portugal in Nov. KM, 
^^^J^itr^n^lxTi^elSSZLM^ unUI May 1809. when he was succeeded by the Duke of Welllnfton. with .fc-a 
r«!rinown«; continued as Alde-de-Camp and Assistant Military SccreUry durln» the whole war, and was present «i tbt 
iS?e.of^Uv^.("lUbJi Bnsaco. Furntc. d'Onor. and El Bodon; slc^sof CI«lad R^rlto ««iB«iji<^ 

blSn of STmanca. Vitiirla. and the Pyrenees; siege of San Seba.tl«». battte. of the Nlvell^ NIve. •«* Tou»«m 
J5i!*!w wA«S«i^ Ills Lord3ilp haarecclvcd the gold cross & one clasp for YIttoria. P}reneef. Nlvell*. Nh-e. fc Toulcwn i 
2?SeXr ^Jlr Meir^d rixdllpJ for Talarc?a. Ilusaco. Fuent^s d'Onor. Cludad Rodrif o. Badajna, nnd 3.l«s.«. 
* f\S Conwcve wmmonded the 29th in the Campaign on tlie SuUei in 184S. and wai .^creiy wounded s ta 
batll^^f FcrSali^MS). Al«» throuahont the PiSSub campaiga in 1848.«j (Medal). mdnaing the paaaageo: tfe. 

?,H^»^ '^M'tTa S«tVS°ihc n'.b lI D«. «*; volunteer at the siege and capture of Bhortpore inlSW-S (MHsl 

and oue [-'-"PK ^J" V^J^V^^^ ofTciccn and nult Kotn!.ocfU|utwa 



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Gfe/i,10Jaii.37; X^.-C?^. 9NOV.40; Gen.20 June54; Coi. 30th F. 7 Feb. 46. 
Lteu^-CotoneZ.— James Thomas Mauleverer,' Ens. p IB Apr. 34; Lieut, p 19 

Aug. 36; Capt. p 28 July 43 ; Mqjor, p 21 May 62 ; Lt.-Col. 30 Sept. 54. 
3fi^*<w«.— Jamea Brodie Patullo,' JEns, p 24 Apr. 40 ; Lieut, 10 Oct. 42 : Capt, 

P 30 July 47 ; Mqjor, P 16 Dec. 53; Brev. Lt,'Col, 12 Dec. 64. 
Charles Sillery, Ens, 24 Nov. 28 ; Lieut, 20 July 30 : Capt, p 15 Mar. 39 ; Brev. 

Mqj, 1 1 Nov. 51 ; Maj. 30 Sept. 54. 
Edm. Ang. Whltmore,* 8, Ens. p 6 Aug. 41 ; Lieut. 10 July 46 : Capt. p 1 June 

49; Brev, Mqj, 12 Dec. 54; Maj. 29 Dec. 54. 



Captains. 



James Rose' 

Thomas HenryPakenham^ 

Robert DUlon 

G raham Le Fevre Dickson^ 

9 Archibald Campbell* 

Fnu Topping Atcherley' , 

Paget Bayly»<> 

Matthew Pennefather .. 
Geo. F. Coventry Pocock 
Charles Mingaye Green" 

JohnO*Brien»» 

William John Brook. . . . 
Ed wd. Newstead Falkner" 
William James Robertson 

Lieutenants. 
Aug. Henry Williamson" 
Lachlan Macpherson" • • 

Mark Walker," fl4/ 

John Chas. N. Stevenson 
James Cavendish Hobbs^ 
Edward Nicholas Hill .. 
Charles J. Cecil Sillery . . 
Jno.S.Chando8Harcourt'^ 

Stamer Gubbins 

John Penuock Campbell*' 
Alfred John Austin .... 
Charles John Moorsom.. 

John Forbes 

Henry Corbet Singleton 

Joseph Fleming • 

Ensigns. 
Henry David Erskine • • 
Meyrick Beauiby Field • • 
Edward St. George Smyth 
Nathaniel Wm. Massey.. 
Gilbert Howard Sanders 

William Kerr 

Rothes Hastings Neville 
Paymaster. — ^Wm. Henry' 



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P 12 July 44 
P 8 June 38 
P 5 Mar. 47 

7 Mar. 11 
P 4 June 47 
P 8 Mar. 39 
P 26 May 48 
P 15 Dec. 48 
P 20 April 49 
P 1 June 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 22 Nov. 60 
p 16 June 48 

P21 Nov. 51 
P 17 Dec. 52 

25 Sept. 46 
P 11 June 52 

23 Nov. 52 
10 Mar. 54 

31 Jan. 53 
P 6 Jan. 54 

6 June 54 
13 May 53 

7 June 54 
21 July 54 

10 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 

P 20 Oct. 54 

3 Nov. 64 

24 Nov. 54 

8 Dec. 54 
15 Dec. 54 

28 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 



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28 Dec. 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P29NOV.39 
P 1 Aug. 48 

5 Mar. 12 
P 4 Aug. 48 
P 26 Jan. 41 
P 3 Aug. 49 
P 5 Oct. 49 
P 17 May 50 
P 24 Sept. 50 
P 21 May 52 
P 7 Jan. 53 
P 12 Oct. 52 



P 16 Dec. 58 

P 6 Jan. 54 

3 Feb. 54 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P 18 Aug. 54 
21 Sept. 64 
30 Sept. 54 

P 3 Nov. 54 
6 Nov. 64 
6 Nov. 54 
8 Nov. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 64 



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P 5 Oct. 49 
P 24 Sept. 60 
PSONov. 49 
P 7 Jan. 63 
P 27 Oct. 37 
p 16 Dec. 53 
3 Feb. 64 
6 June 54 
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4 Aug. 54 
30 Sept. 54 
6 Nov. 54 
29 Doc. 54 
29 Dee. 54 
29 Dec. 54 

8 Lt.-Gol. HaalevererMrvod 
with the 17th throughout the 
campaign In Aifghaniitan aod 
Beloochlstan, under Lord 
Keane, and wat present at the 
storm and capture of Ghui- 
aee (Medal) and of Khelat. 
Served the Eastern campaign 
of 1854, witli the SOlh, includ- 
ing the battle of the Alma, 
shortly aftervhich he succeeded 
tothecommand of the regiment, 
and WQS present at the battle of 
Inkerman (seTerely wounded), 
and siege of Sebastopol. 

3 Lt.-Ck>l.Patul]o served the 
Eastern campaign of ]8J4with 
the 30th, including the battles 
of the Alma and Inkerman, 
(succeeded to the command of 
the regt. and received brevet rank of Lt.-Gol.), 
and siege of debostopol. 

44. Paymaster Fitzgerald served with the flOth 
Rifles in the Kaffir war In 1851-2; and withUit 
dOth,{n the Eastern campaign of 18M, including 
the battle of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol. 
4 Msjor Whitmore served theEastem campaign 
of 1854 as aide-de-camp to Sir George Brown, 
including the battles of the Alma and Inkerman, 
and siege of Sebastopol. 



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FitzGerald,* 20 Sept. 39; Ens. 17 Jan. 28 ; Lt. p31. 
Ae^utant.^Lieut. Mark Walker," 3 Feb. 54. [May 33. 

Quarter-Master.— Timothy Morris," 28 May 47; Ens. 15 Jan. 47. 
Surgeon. — Richard Robert Dowse," 4 April 51 ; Assist.-Surg. 15 Jan. 41. 
Assist, 'Surgs. — William Percy Pickard Mackesy," 10 Jan. 51. 

William Johnstone Fyflfe," M.B. 8 Dec. 48. IFacings Yellow. 
David Milroy," M.D. 7 April 54. [Agts. Messrs. Cox & Co. 
1 Lord Tweeddale served in the Peninsula as an Assistant-Quarter-Master. General, and has received 
the gold medal for the battle of Vittoria, in which action he was wounded, as also at Busaco. Served also 

In the American war, and was asfaiu wounded. ___^ 

[Continuation of Notes from 29th Foot.] 
IS* Lieut. Hart lerred with the Srd Light Dragoon* throuchoat the Panjsnb campalgii in 1848-9, and wu present at the 
•fidr of Ramnngfar, and battles of Sadoolapore, ChiUianwaUah, and Goojerat (Medal and Claspi). 

19 LicttU. Kneebone. FiuGerald, Simmon^ Lerin^e, Evant, Hendcrwn, Pery, Ferris, and Chapman, served with the 30th 
~ 'aub eami " ..... ^ . — . . .... - - 

Claapa). 

„, app, Stchdin, FarrinjctoQ, and Lvlc. . „ 

It at the battles of Feioie^ah and Sobraou (Medjtl and Clasp). Capt. Farrington was also at the passage of the 



Go^crat (Msdal 
13 Captaina Westropp, 



tehdin, FarringtoQ, and Lvlc, served with the 30th in the Campaign on the Satleg. and were 






^ FiUGerald, Sinnnona, Levinge, Bvant, Henderson, Fery, Ferns, and unapman, served wita tne svin 

throuhoot the Paniaub eampaign in 184S-9, incloding the passage of the Chenab, and batdes of Chillianwallah and 

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pieienc at the t 
Chenab and battles of Chillianwallah and Go«^erat (Medal and CUtpt). 

14 Capt. Nngent aerved with the 80th in the Campaign on the Satlej (Medal), and was present at the battles of Feroie. 
■bah ana Sobraon (aererely wounded) ; Medal and Clasp. 

15 Capt. Colvlli served with the 39th In the action of llaharajpore (medal), SO Dee. 1848, and was very seTercIf wounded 

16 Cut. Tonnochy was present at Sobraon (Medal). Also at the passage of the Chenab, and battles of CbiilianwallaU 
maA Ooojcrat (Mcdid and Clasps). 

17 Captain Najrlor served at the siege andcapturr of Loghur, Koaroe. Rrghur.and several small Hill Forts In the Souther. i 
Mshrarta Coootrjr in 1818. Served In the Sei #ent Warreo SUte, and was severely wounded in both legs (compound fracture or 
the right) Bt the assanlt of Roree, 18th Feb. 1819. Served also in the Burmese war in 1825 and 1826 { and at the capture o^ 

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"NIVE" — "0RTHE8" — «*PENINSULA"— "CABOOL, 1849"— "MOODKEE"- 
" FEROZESHAH »' — " ALI WAL " — " SOBRAON.*' 

Col.^Jt 5ir Alex. Leith/ KCB. JEnt. 8 Aug. 92 ; Lt, Oct. 94 ; Cap*. 27 Nov. 94; 

Mqj. 1 Aug. 04 ; Lt.'-Cdl. 7 Feb. 11 ; Col. 19 July, 21 ; Mqj.'Oen. 22 July, 30 j 

Lt.'Oen, 23 Nov. 41 ; Gen. 20 June 54 -, Col. 3l8t Foot, 14 June 63. 
£i6u«.-CoZoneZ.— George Staunton, > Ena. p5 Oct. 26; lAeuU p16 Feb. 31; 

Cap^P8 June,39; Jlf^'.P28March,45; £f.-C(>Z.P20 July49; CoL 28 Nov. 54. 
Mqjors. — ^Thomas Conyngham Kelly, iS'yi^. 3 Apr. 28; lAeut. p 31 Aug. 30; 

Capt. 6 May 43 ; Af^or, p 20 July 49. 
Frederick Douglas Lumley , En$. p 22 Oct. 33 ; X«. 8 Jan. 38 ; Capt. p 25 Oct. 42 ; 

MqfOTy 4 Aug. 49. 



Captains. 
J. Garvock*(Xt.C.WD.48) 

Frederick Spence 

Robeart John Bagar^ .... 
Joseph Greenwood,* 8. . . 
James Peter Robertson* 
Cha. Jas. Orton Swaffield 
George Walter Baldwhi . . 
Amyatt Ernie Brown .... 

Robert Law^ 

Henry Prim Hutton®. . . . 
William Fred. Macbean. . 
Alex. Francis Ball 

LlBUTBlTANTS. 

Samuel Christian y d.pm,.. 

FrederickSimesAttree,a<{; 

Edward Temple 

Arthur John Schreiber . • 

Charles Prevost 

George Spaight 

George Flower Herbert . . 
Robert Place Gould .... 
Thos. Eaton Swettenham 
Richard Weld Litton • . 
Alexander Mitchell .... 

Annesley Gary 

Fred. Young CasBidy . . . . 

Ralph Leeson 

Wm. George H. T. Fairfax 

Ensigns. 
John Wm.TownBend Fyler 
Charles Knight Pearson 
Charles Edward Jeffcock 
George Nicholson Pepper 
Geo.Robt R. FitzMaurice 

George Bayley 

George John Hamilton . . 
Thomas Christian Ryeroft 



P 4 Sept. 35 

24 Dec. 29 

11 June 30 

6 May 36 

29 Oct. 41 
27 Feb. 46 

4 Apr. 46 
20 Mar. 47 

8 Feb. 40 

9 Nov. 43 
P 31 Oct. 40 
P 13 June 50 

5 Apr. 46 
P 25 Sept. 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 

30 Nov. 49 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P 16 Mar. 50 
P 15 Oct. 50 
P 22 Nov. 50 

9 Sept. 51 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P 12 Mar. 52 
P 11 June 52 
P21 Sept. 52 
P 21 Nov. 51 



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31 Dec. 39 

P 1 Nov. 31 

P 25 Jan. 33 

27 Oct. 39 

P 30 Sept. 42 

P 21 Jan. 48 

P 20 July 49 

P 2 Oct. 49 

27 July 42 

25 Dec. 45 

30 Sept. 42 

P 12 Dec 51 

P 11 Sept. 49 
P 15 Nov. 50 
P 28 Mar. 51 
P 31 Oct. 51 
P 17 Aug. 52 
P 18 June 52 
P 10 Dec. 52 
P 14 Jan. 53 
P 18 Feb. 53 
P25Mar.53 

5 May 54 

6 June 54 
6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 22 Dec. 54 



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P 25 Nov. 42 
28 June 44 
P 8 Oct. 44 
31 Mar. 46 
P 21 Jan. 48 
P 19 Apr. 50 
p 31 Oct. 51 
P 12 Dec, 51 

5 May 54 

6 Jane 54 
P27 Aug. 52 
P 22 Dec 54 

8 Capt. Hattoa 



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3 Apr. 4G 



Mr?ed the 



camimign on tbe Sutt^, and 
carried the coloars of the SUt 
in the battles of M oodkec and 
Feroseshah (wounded) ; he m 
alfo present at Boddiwal, Ali- 
wiO, and Bobiaon : Medal and 
three clasps. 

7 Capt. Law serred with the 
81st throughout the campai«ii 
of 1848 in Afijphanlstan (Medal ;, 
includioK the actions of Ma- 
zeena, Teseen, and Jngdnllnck, 
the occupation of <3abool, and 
the different engagements lead- 
ing toit. Heserred also through- 
out the campaign on the Sutlq, 
indttding the battles of Mood- 
kee,Ferozeshah, Buddiwal, Ali- 
wal, and Sobraon (sererely 
wounded): Medal and three 
clasps. 



P 21 Jan. 53 
P 23 Nov. 52 
P 14 May 53 
6June 54 
9 June 54 
P 24 Aug. 54 
P 22 Sept. 54 
P 22 Dec. 54 
Paynuuter. — Julius'Broekman Travers, 9 May, 45 ; 2nd lAeut, 8 July, S7 ; Lt. 
Ai^utant.'^Lieut. Fred. Simes Attree, 26 March 53. [8 April 42. 

Qr.-Jfo^er.— Patrick Hopkins, 5 Nov. 52 ; Ens. 14 Apr. 46 ; X^. 26 June, 50. 
Surgeon. — ^Wm. Fred. Porcato Ivey, 15 Aug. 54 ; Asntt.^Surg. 30 May 45. 
Asaittant'Surgeant, — ^Thomas Johnston Atkinson, 28 Feb. 51. 
John Mesne, 24 Dec. 52. 
Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Charles R. and Walter M'Grigor. 

1 6Ir Alexander Lelth served in Flanders with the 48nd, particularly at the defence of llieuport. Serred 
with the 81st at the attach of the post of the Vigie, and at the subsequent capture of St. Lucia, in 1996. In 
Horth Holland in 1790, and was severely wounded and lost an eye at the battle of Alhmaar. Egyptian cam- 
paign of 1807, including the attack on Rosetta. Served afterwards in the Peninsula, from April ISIS to 
July 1814, and commanded the Slst at the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees on the SAtb, 98th, and Mth 
Vuly, the Nlvelle, the Nlve, and St. Pierre (severely wounded), storming the heights of Oarris, battle of 
4>rthes, action of Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Sir Alexander has received the Gold Cross and one clasp. 

9 Colonel Staunton served with the 10th in the campaign on the Suti^, and was present at the battle 
t>fSol>raon (Medal). 

8 Lt.-Col. Garvock served as a Msjor of Brigade in Sir Harry Snaith's division throughout the Sikh 
campaign (medal and three dasps), and war present at the battles of Moodkee, Feroseshah (hone shot 
under him), Buddlwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon, where he was himself severely wounded, and his horse struck 
in three places. He also acted as Ad|jutant-General and Quarter-Haster-General to Sir Hariy Smith hi 
the aeUon with and defeat of the rebel Boers at Bloem Plaats (South Africa), 29tfa Aug. 1848. 

4 Captains Eagar and Greenwood served with the 81st throughout the campaign ut 1649 in Afghanistan 
under M^)or-Qeneral Pollock, and were present in the actions of Haaeeaa, Teseen, and JngdnUuek, the 
occupation of Cabool, and the different engagements leading to it (Medal). 

5 Captain Robertson served throughout the campaign on the Sutlf^, including the battles of Moodkee, 
Fcrozcshah, Buddlwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon : Medal and three dasps. 



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" ORTHES" -•• PENINSULA"-.** WATERLOO--" PONJAUB--" MOOLTAN»~«« OOOJBRAT.- 

CoL^^Sir WiUoughby Cotton,' GCB. & KCH. Ens. 81 Oct 98 ; Lt, ^ Cant. 25 

Noy. 99 ; Capt. j- Lt.'Col. 12 June, 11 ; Coh 25 July, 21 ; Mqi.'Oen. 22 July 

Half I 30 ; X^-G«t. 28 Nov. 41 ; Oen. 20 Jane 64 ; Col, 82nd Regt. 17 Apr. 64. 
£^\Lt. Co/.— H. Vaughan Brooke,' CB. Ens. p 12 July, 27; Zt. Pll June. 80 t 
Capt.P22 May, 86 ; Mqj. p 22 July, 42 ; Zt- Col. 18 Sept. 48 ; Col, 20 June 64. 
Mqjors,—Joha Eardley Wilmot IngUs,* PBtu. 2 Aug. 88; Lieut. 19 Jan. 895 

Capt, P 29 Sept. 48 ; Mqjor, p 26 Feb. 48 ; Brevet Lt.'Col. 7 Jane 49. 
Vfimam Ca8e,^igw^. 10 Feb.82; Lt. 9 Feb.38 ; Capt. p26 Feb. 42 ; Mt^f. 18 Sep. 48. 



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Captains. 
J. Dodington Carmichael' 
Edw.W. D. Lowe' ... 
Charles Thomas King * . 

Frederick Yard" 

WiUiamBeU" 

Charles Steevens 

Henry William Bace .... 

John Moore** 

Charles Clapcott" 

George Jeffrey »• 

James William Mansfield, 
Eliott Thomas Seward .. 

LlEUTBNANTS. 

Robert Stacy Colls >7.... 

William Cumming 

Wm. Airde Birtwhistle" 
R.Edw.L.H.Wmiams» 
William Patterson*^ .... 
Henry D. O'Callaghan, r. 
Bowen Van Straubenzee^ 

William Power* 

Alfred Bassano" 

William Rudman,s« Aeb'- 

John BirtwhisUe^ 

Bernard M'Cabe*^ .... 
Samuel Hill Lawrence** 
William James Anderson 
James Dugald Thomson 
Frederick Wainwright .. 
Edm. de Lotbinidre Joly" 
Henxy Edgerton King • . 

Philip Primrose 

Charles Rodick Ricketts 

Ensions. 
Adam Duff Kirkwood .. 
John Edmondstoune .... 
Charles Marshall Foster 
William Morse Crowdy • . 
J. G. McDonald TuUoch.. 
Pelham Caryer Webb . . 
C. John Cramer Roberts 
WilliamBaliy 



EMSION. 



P 12 July 89 
20 May 87 
10 July 40 

P 12 Mar. 41 
30 Nov. 16 

P 7 Aug. 40 

16 Feb. 88 
P 1 Nov. 42 
P 18 Apr. 46 

4 June 89 
P 23 June 48 
P 9 Dec. 86 

14 Feb. 40 

8 Apr. 42 

P 12 Dec. 48 

P 28 May 46 

17 April 42 
P 19 Dec. 45 

4 Apr. 46 

6 Apr. 46 

8 Apr. 46 

22 Dec. 46 

Pll Dec. 47 

8 May 46 

12 Dec. 47 

16 Aug. 48 

4 May 49 

28 May 46 

P 16 Mar. 60 

P23NOV. 49 

18 Aug. 48 
8 Oct. 60 

10 Apr. 49 
P 16 Oct, 60 
P 18 April 61 
27 June 61 
26 Dec. 61 
P 17 Aug. 62 
P 21 Jan. 68 
P 16 Sept. 64 



11 May 41 
P 12 Mar. 41 
P 27 May 42 
P 22 July 42 

26 Apr. 28 
P 28 Dec. 41 

27 July 88 
8 Apr. 46 

P 12 June 46 

18 June 41 

4 July 46 

P 16 Feb. 89 

24 Apr. 48 

P 8 May 44 

8 Apr. 46 

28 Sept. 47 
14 April 46 

P 10 Dec. 47 
P 26 Feb. 48 
P25 Feb. 48 

24 May 48 

P 11 Feb. 48 

8 Sept. 49 

10 Apr. 49 
P22Feb. 60 
P 16 Sept 61 
P 17 Jan. 61 

12 Sept. 48 

P 28 July 62 

P80July 62 

4 Aug. 61 

P 31 Dec. 62 



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P 18 Apr. 46 
P 28 May 45 
P 25 Feb. 48 
P25 Feb. 48 

2 July 41 
P 18 Jan. 60 

7 July 48 

P 16 Sept. 61 

P 28 July 62 

16 Mar. 68 

16 Mar. 53 

P 17 June 42 20 Jwe t-A 

8 ColoBcl Brooke Mmd rUs. t\tn. 
jaub eampoifn of 1848-9, in eoiu<> 
aiand of the 83nd| and WM pveaeDt 
at the Ut and 3nd aiege oynHaar- 
before Moot Ian (incloduMrtneaelic i 
of SooQkoond incommuid ol the lelt 
column of attack), atom & captorc 
of the citVBDd rarrendcr u tht au 
treai of jAooItan, aunvadea of tliA 
fort and vaniaon of Ckeiiiotab and 
battle of Ooojerat. for which atnlota 
he waa nomiBAted a Compaafani of 
the Bath (Medal and ClaapaK 

4 Lt.-Col. Inclii aerred with the 
8SBd in CanadAdnriaf the Kebellkm 
in 1837. and waa praaant in the ae- 
tiona of St. Denia and Sc Buntache. 
He aenredalao the Pnnianb frnniwign 
of 1848-9. and was pnaeat aTtlie 
Ut and ted uege operationa befoie 
Moolun, inelndint the attack on the 
encmj'a position hi tnmt of llie ad- 
Tanced tranchea on the 19th Sept, 
where, after the death of LieuivCoL 
Pattoun. he saoceeded to the eom> 
mand of the rif ht eoloau of attackt 
commanded the Ited at the action of 
Sooijkoond; and also pre ec n t at the 
storm and c^tore or the dty and 
snrrendet of t&e fortieaa of Mooitan, 



aurrender of the fort and garrtaon ol 
Cheniote, and battle of Oocrierat, 
for which sorricea he received the 
bieret rank of Liettt.-Colonel (Medal and Claapa). 

9 Miyor Case served at the 1st and ted aiege 
operations against Mooitan, part of the time as 
iLsjor of Brigade to the ted Inlhatrf Brigade^ 
including the asaanlt on the anbnibs of Mooltaa. 37th 
Dee. 1848^ on which occasion he commanded the 



f Goojerat C 
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(Medal A Claapa) 



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Paymaster.— Wm. Garforth^^** 16 Apr. 62; Qr.^M. 28 Jane 44 ; Sm. 3 April 40 ; 

At^utant.— Lieut. William Rudman, 18 Dec. 50. ILieut. 24 Feb. 48. 

QuarteT'Maiter.— John Oiddlngs,^* 18 Sept. 48. 

5tir^«Mi.— Charles ScoU,*" M.D. 9 May, 46; Asnit.-Surg. 7 KoT. 34. 

Aisitt.-Swgeons. — ^Bdward Moorhead,^ M.D. 2 Aug. 42. 

Alexander Peile Cahill » M.D. 3.April, 4ld.[Faeingt W2>?le— 
William Boyd, 12 March 62 Agents, Messrs. Cox ft Co. 

I ak WOlMgfaby Cotton aerred with the Srd Guards on the expedition to Hanover in 1806; and oa that to CopeBhaM in 

07i vheea lie w»a appointed Depnty-Assiatant-Aditttant-Oeneral to the reserve nnder the Dnke of WdlingtoB. and waa 

pRacBt as the battle of Kioge. In 1809 he aeoompanied the Duke to Spain, and aoved aa Deputy-Asaistant-A4JntaBUGen- 

cfal to tte li^t Diviaion dniing the whole of the campaign of the retreat to Torres Vedxaa and the subsequent advance the 

a seriea of akirniahes and the battle of the Coa. Returned to Bns^nd on promotion in June 181 1. and 

armyin 181S ; he waa present atthebattle of Vittoria. commanded the Light Companiesat the p 

*'*'*' '" of the sortie from Bejoone. Heeon 



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of the Adou, and the pieque'ts of the ted bripde of Guardsat the repulse of the 

aien «f Sir Archibald Campbell's amy in the Burmese war; and also of the army under Lord Keane in Aflghaniatan, and 

~ present at the assenlt and capture of Ghuraee. (Medal). Sir WiUoughby has received the War Medal and three claaps. 

'" ' ' " ipiainin the Anglo^Speniah Legion, and was present at the operations on the heights of 

imB, >/th, and 18th Jan.; in the general actiona in front of San Sebastian on the 6th May (severely 

let Oct. (severely wounded), 1836; 10th, 13th (wounded), 14th, 16tb, and 16th March; storm and 



aaaeai _ . 

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bcfine Mooitan, including the storm and capture of the dty, and surrender of the fortress. Be was alao present 
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" SERINOAPATAM/' •« WATERLOO." The Crett and Motto of tho Duke of WcUlaftoa 
CoUmeL''9 Wi Henry D'Oyly,» Ens. 2 Aug. 97 ; Lt. & Capt. 25 Nov. 9Q 

Mqjor, 4 June, 11 ; Capt. &, Lieut,- CoL 27 May 13 ; Col. 12 Feb. 30 ; Me^oi 

Gen, 28 June, 38 ; Lieut,-Gen, 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 33rd Foot, 28 Sept. 47. 
Lieut'Coh—Vjed. Rodolph Blake,' Ens. p30 June, 25;Lt.P 14 Aug. 27 ; Capt 

P 23 Aug. 31 ; Mqjor, 14 April, 43 ; Lt.-CoU p 3 Oct. 48 ; Col. 28 Not. 54. 
Mqjors.^ioYiVL Douglas Johnstone, Ens. Pl5 Aug. 27; Lieut. 16 Mar. 30 

Capt. P 19 Oct. 38 ; Major ^ p 3 Oct. 48. 
Thos. Bunbury Gough,* J^TW. P27 Dec. 27; Lieut. p25 Jan. 31; Capt^^t 

Nov. 38 ; M({jor, 22 Dec. 48. 
Geo.V.Mundy,* Lieut. 27 Feb. 35; Cap^ Pi May 40; Breo.-Mty. 11 Nov. 51 

Bret. Lt.'Col. 12 Dec. 54 ; Major, 29 Dec. 54. 



Captains. 

George Erskine 

John E. Collhigs 

Edw. Westby Donovan. . 

William Pretyman 

Henry Ullick Burke 

Henry Chas. Fitzgerald^ 



17 Aug. 32 

21 June 39 

10 Jan. 40 

P 8 May 40 

P 17 July 40 

P 25 Sept. 40 

John £d.Taubman Quay lo|P 7 Sept. 41 

Henry Disney Ellis .... 14 June 42 

Thomas Wickham p 25 Oct. 42 

Richard Lacy 11 Mar. 42 

Frank Corbett' p30 Mar. 47 

Basil Fanshawe p 14 Apr. 46 

Frederic Smith Vacher . . 8 Dec. 46 
Chas. Carter Barrett .... p 22 Jan. 47 
Walter George Nugent . . p 15 Aug. 48 
Charles Edward Mansfield P 1 Sept. 48 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

William Henry Parry .. P20 0ct. 48 

Valentine Bennett p 17 Nov. 48 

Alex. Bruce Wallis^ .... 22 Dec. 48 
Buxton Martin Kenrick p 18 Jan. 50 
Edward Barker Prescott p 15 Mar. 50 
Hans. S. St. Vincent Marsh 16 Sept. 51 
C. Moore Brabazon Siree ^ p 18 Aug. 52 
John James Greenwood ■ p 15 Oct. 52 

John Ralph Carr p 22 Apr. 53 

John Thornton Rogers . . p 13 May 53 
Langford Rowley Heyland 6 June 54 
James Mitchell McKie . • 7 June 54 

John Owens ' 9 Aug. 54 

Ensigns. 
Charles Whateley Willis 
Arthur Edward Aug. Ellis 
Hn.R, H .de Montmorency 

Henry Donovan 

John Douglas Johnstone 
Francis A. Ball 



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10 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 
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21 Sept. 54 

27 Oct. 54 

3 Nov. 54 

15 Dee. 54 



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P 3 June 36 

22 Jan. 42 

14 June 42 

P 5 Aug. 42 

P 30 Aug. 42 

9 Oct. 42 

7 Nov. 43 

P 31 Jan. 45 

P 22 Dec. 46 

P 27 Sept. 44 

Pll Sept. 49 

P 3 Oct 48 

P 20 Oct 48 

10 Sept. 49 

P 9 July 50 

P 8 Aug. 51 



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Pll Sept. 49 

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the raiiinc of the siege in 181S. 
FUnden, under Lord Lynedoeh, in ISU i and m 
■equently with tiie army onder the Doke of WeUti^ 
in Flanders and Fraaee, and was sercrcl j wotmdcd 
the bMUe of Waterloo. He has reeelTcd tkm W 
Medal wltii one clasp for Conuna. 



1 Lieut- Oemnl I>*Oy1y Mr* 
In the eampaiga In Noetta HoQai 
in 1799. underSIr £alphAbcttt«iA 
and the Duiie of York, and vat tski 
prisoner in the acttoa of the » 
Sept. He serred with the aiay I 
the North of Spain under Sir M 
Moore, in 180S-9, aad was ai il 
battte of Comnna. AeeooipaaJi 
the expeditioa to Walefaetwa ia \m 
Served at Cadis duri^ the stcfc 
1811 and 11, under Lord LyatAaa 
and Sir George Coohe, to whoa I 
was Aide-de-caaip^ and was as 



Geo.TalbotWorthington . 

Paymaster.^VKtrick M'Grath, 4 Oct 31; Ens. 7 Feb. 11; laeut. 14 Jan. 1! 

A^utant. — Lieut. 

Quarter^Master. — Edward Vyse, 14 July 54. 

iS^ur^mm.— William Mure Muir, M.D., 24 Feb. 54; AsHst.-Surg. 22 Not. 42. 

Assist.-Surgeons — John Ogilvy, M.B., 15 July 53. 

Thomas Clark, 7 April 54. IFaeingsIied. — Agents, Metsr 
John Vernon Seddall, M.D.24Nov.54. Cox Sc d 

S Lieai.-OoI. Bltks eommanded the 89rd Regt. at tbe battle of the Alma. 
4 Hijor Gottgh and Lt. Wallis were severely wounded at tho battle of the Alma. 
A Lu-Gol. Mundy commanded (he S8rd Begtat the battle of Inkerman and received brevet rank of lA.-€o 
8 Captain Fitzgerald and Lti . Oreenwood and Siree were slightly wounded at the Alma. 

Capt. CorbPtt \rai slighty and Lt. Owens dangerously wounded at Inkerman. 

18 Capt. Moore was present at the snrrender of the fortress of Mooltan, at the sumnder of the fort aad farrisoa 
Chenlote, aad at the battle of Ooojerat (Medal and Clasps). 



!l C _ ^ ° -I b\i 90 Lt. PattersoD serred in the 1st and 9nd siege operadons before Mooltan, indadinc the stonn and captare of the city. E 

1g^?3^ I'l irasalsopreaentatthesanfenderofthefortandganrisonof Chenk>te. aad at the battle of Ooqierat (Medal and Ctaawe). 
'Its ^ ^ ^ - ^ a SI Lieut. Joly serred with the force under Sir Colin Campbell against the Afghan tribes of the Cabool fhmticr mm 18» 

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and was preeent at the afftirs of Nawadund, Praughnr, and Skarkote. 

91* Paymaster Oarforth served with the 33nd in Canada dufing the rebellion in 18S7, and was present ia the actkm of S 
Enstaehe. He serred as Adjutant during the 1st and 2nd siege operations before Mooltan, including the aetkm of BooQkoott 
storm and capture of the city, and surrender of the fortress. Also at the surrender of the fort and garriaoa of Chcaaoc 
and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

n Lt. Straubeniee served at the 1st and 3nd siege operations before Modtan, inelndiag the aetteai of fleoijkooad: ke vi 



^ ^ seTerely wounded on the 87th Dec 1848 (Medal and C 



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53 Lt. Power serred at the 1st and Snd siege operations before MooUan, including the attack on the eacmj** \. . 

front of the advanced trenches on ISth Sept. 184^ the action of Sooijkoond, attack on the suburbs S7th Dec. stoswi mad ca 
ture of the eity and sarrender of the fortress. He was also at the surrender of Uie fort and garrison of Cbealocc^ a»4 at tJ 
batUeofGoqieTat (Medal and Clasps). 

54 Lt. Endman served with the Sjtnd in the eampaign oa the Sotl^ (medal Mid clasp), iadndipg the>attteiof 



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CoUneh—V Sir Thomas Makdougall Brisbane/ Bart. GCB. GCH. Stu, 10 

Jan. 1782; Lieut. 30 July, 91; Capt. 12 April, 93; Mqjor, 6 Ang. 96; 

LUut.'Col. 4 April,1800; Col. 25 July, 10 ; Mqjor-Qen. 4 June, 13; Lieut.^ 

Gen. 27 May, 25; Gen. 23 Nor. 41 ; Col. 34th Regt. 16 Dec. 26. 
LUut.-CoUmel^Vicholaa R. Brown, JBns. 22 Mar. 21 ; Lt. 2 June 25 ; Capt. 

2 May 37 ; Mqfor, 23 March 45 ; Lt.-Col. 27 March 48 ; Col. 28 Not. 54. 
Ar<{;0r«^— Richard D. Kelly, ^n«. 7 Mar. 34; Zieut.vQO Jnly,36; Capt. f 2^ 

Sept. 41 ; Mqjor, p 17 Mar. 48. 
Arthur Cyril Goodenough, Ew. p8 April 34 ; Lieitt. p 25 Nov. 36; Capt. p 26 

Oct. 41 ; M(0or, 27 March 48. 
John Simpson, JEnt. P13 Mar. 35; Zieut» p3 Not. 37; Capt. P26 Jan. 44; 

Major, 29 Dec. 54. 



Captains. 

JohnGwilt 

James Maxwell < 

Thomas Bourke > 

John Shiffner 

MawdiBtly Gaussen Best 

William Warry 

John Robinson • > 

Joseph Jordan 

JohnPeel 

Henry Edward Bale .... 

Francis P. Casaidy 

David Steuart 

Geo.Edw.BTOwnWesthead 
Granville William Puget 
Robert Campbell 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Geo. Byng Harman ..•> 
Edward Herman Marsh 
ArthnrT. L.Chapman/r4/. 
Abel Woodroffe Boyce 
John Leslie Moore. . . . 
Francis Richard Hurt 
Jno. W. Brooke O'Loghlln 
Edmund P. L. Mathew. 
William Walker Jordan 

John Byron 

Hector Maclean Lawrence 
Thomas Harry Saunders 
Robert John B. Clayton 

Arthur Scott 

Ensigns. 

Francis Peel 

John Francis Wyse .... 

Henry Daniel Alt 

Rapert Inglis Cochrane 

Norman Ramsay 

Edward Jordan 



ENSIGN. 



P25 Not. 36 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P 9 May 34 
P 15 Oct. 41 
P 12 Dec. 43 
P 26 Jan. 44 
P 22 Mar. 44 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P 22 June 47 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 25 Not. 28 
Pl7Mar. 48 
P 7 Apr. 48 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P 12 May 48 

P 18 Sept. 49 
P23NOT. 49 
P 24 Not. 49 
P 17 May 50 
P 17 Sept. 50 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P 9 Sept. 51 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 13 Feb. 52 
P 11 June 52 
P 9 July 52 
p 21 Jan. 53 
P 15 July 53 

P25NOT. 53 

6 June 54 

23 June 44 

14 July 54 

P 24 Aug. 54 

P 25 Aug. 54 



P 10 Aug. 38 
P 13 Oct. 43 
2 May 37 
P31 Mar. 43 
P 21 July 46 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 22 June 47 

27 Mar. 48 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 21 July 48 

13 Dec. 31 
P 26 Oct. 49 
P25Jan. 50 
P 1 Feb. 50 
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P 21 June 50 
P 17 Sept.50 
P 7 Mar. 51 
P 29 Oct. 52 
P 13 Sept. 53 
P 25 Not. 53 
PU Mar. 53 
6 June 54 
6 June 54 

14 June 54 
11 Aug. 54 

15 Dec. 54 
15 Dec. 54 
15 Dec. 54 



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P 14 Feb. 45 

P 22 June 47 

27 Mar. 48 

P 27 July 49 

7 Mar. 51 

P 14 May 52 

9 July 52 

P 29 Oct. 52 

P 25 Nov. 53 

6 June 54 

10 Not. 48 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 



9 Borrcon Dwrtr acrrcd in the 
18th HoTKl Irish with the force 
under Sir Gee. D'Amilnr in the 
Canton River In !M7. Serrrd also 
thnra^hoat the Bannree war .of 
ISfiSand 6S (Medal). : 



Pflymfl#t€r.—Chas.Boyse Roche, 30 Not.38; ^n*.18 Jan.28; Lieut. 21 Jniio,32. 
Aigutani. — Lieut. Arthur TrcTor Leake Chapman, 7 March 51. 
QuarteT'Master.'— 'Terence Rowan, 28 April 54. 

5ftrff«m.— Joseph Hamilton Dwyer,« 3 Nov. 54; Agsist.-Surg. 14 Not. 45, 
Asngt.'Surgeons.—IiiehBid Jukes Worthington, 26 May 54. 
Wallace Haward, 7 June 54. 
Edward Mason Wrench, 1 Dec. 54. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
e «{r Thamai BrtabMW Joined the Duke of York's army in the beginning of the war, and was present Jn 
* tL!»r«<Aflnt that of the 32nd May 08, when he was confined from a wound received in the action 

•T^^S^f tS same month. He was subsequently present at the taking of Tarlous islands, forts. &c. in 
?ii^2tlSdiS! under Sir Ralph Abercromby. Sir Thomas has receired the gold croes and one rlnsp 
fi ▼ltSrt«7Py«n«^ »*'«"*• ^^^^» "** Toulouse (where be was wounded); and the silver War Uedal 
with oiw clasp for the Nite. 



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SSth {Royal Sussex) Regimeni of Foot. [s^T^^'iS'gi^^xJiU'c^^ 

"MAIDA." 

Coloneh'-'9 Q3I iS^ir George Henry Fred. Berkeley,^ KCB. Comet, 81 Jan. 08 ; 

Lieut, 27 Aug. 03; Capt. 1 May, 05; Me^or, 88 Jan. 08; Lieut. -Col. 13 

June, 11 ; Co2.27 May, 25 ; ilf<t;-(?en. 10 Jan. 37; X^- Gat. 9 Nof.46; Oen. 

20 June 54 ; CoU 35th Regt. 11 July, 46. 
Lieut.-Colonels.^Bdmad Hely Uatehijuou, Ens. P80 Mar. 87; Lieut. PlO 

Sept. 29 ; Capt. p 8 June 38 ; Miyor, p 17 May 50 ; Lieut.'Col. 80 June 64. 
WiUiam Kaikea Faber,^ 2nd Lt. P 10 Apr. 26 ; Lt. p 28 Aug. 88 ; Capt. p 88 May 

35 ; Brev.'Mqi. 23 Dec 42; Mqf. p 17 Nov. 43; JAeut.-Col. 16 0ee. 48. 
ilf<{;or«.^Jameft Tedlie, J^rw. p 19 May 26 ; Lieut, p 6 June 87 ; Capt. 83 July 

38; Jlfq;or,8 July61. 
CharleB Beamish, Bnt.^StQ Apr. 31 ; Xieu/. p20 Mar. 36; C^f. p31 Dec. 30; 

Breo.-Mqjor, 11 No v. 51 ; Major, 20 June 54. _ _ 









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CAPTAINfl. 

Frederick English ..... 

Thomas Tculon • 

Robert Henry Price . . 

Archibald Tisdall 

Fred. Qeorge Elkiogton 
WiUiam Ranby Goate 
Oliver Nicholls Chat terton 
M. VillieraSankey Morton 
James Bickerstaff ....« 
Chas. Fred Browne • • . 
Arthur J. Le Grand . . . , 
Henry Edward Moore . 

Lieutenants. 
Samuel Fritche Blyth • 
Wm. Henry Ballingall . 

James Spratt 

John Harris 

William Glynne Massey 
Richard Longfield Craster 
Charles Robert Tennant . . 

Ranulph Charles Lee . . 

Wm. F. G. Forster, adtj. 
John Ormsby Yandelettr 
John Davis ••< 

John Henry Blake 

John Henry Nott 

Alfred John Ford 

Norris Goddard 

Donald William Dundas 

Edward Tedlie 

Alex. John C. Warrand . 

Robert J. Gordon Grant ' 

C. G. Macregor Skinner 

Thomas Lloyd 

Ensigns. 

Albert John Re veil ... 

William Meadows Ansell 

Gordon StonhouseHughes 

Mars Mourier Pohle 



ENSIGN. 



P22 Mar. 33 

P29 Dec. 37 

P31 Dec. 39 

26 June 40 

P 4 Sept. 40 

16AprU42 

P 26 July 33 

p 3 May 44 

Pll Nov. 46 

19 May 43 

5 Sept. 43 

3 Sept. 47 



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28 Apr. 46 
P 6 Apr. 44 

8 May 46 
P 31 Dec. 47 
P 16 June 48 
p 23 June 48 
p 18 May 49 
P21 Aug. 49 

8 July 51 
P21 Nov. 61 
p 13 Feb. 62 

18 Apr. 46 
p 12 Sept. 48 

18 Aug. 48 
p 17 Jan. 61 

29 Dec. 48 
p 23 Nov. 62 
p 29 July 63 

24 Jan. 52 
p 13 May 53 
p 3 Mar. 54 



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P17 JunedO 

P16Dec. 40 

p 3 May 44 

P 20 Sept. 44 

P 31 Dec 44 

29 May 46 

P 6 Aug. 36 

P 2 Apr. 47 

p 12 May 46 

9 June 46 

16 AprU 45 

P17 May 50 

P 23 June 48 

11 Oct. 46 

Pll May 49 

8 July 61 

P 30 Jan. 62 

P 27 Jan. 54 

3 Mar. 54 

P28 Mar. 54 

20 June 64 

20 June 64 

20 June 64 

P 4 Jan. 60 

P 14 Feb. 61 

P 18 July 61 

PI April 63 

8 July 63 

83 June 64 

P 14 July 64 

P 10 Dec. 62 

7 June 64 

P 84 Nov. 64 



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P31 Dec. 47 

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P 14 Dec 49 

16 Aug. 48 

20 June 54 

80 June 54 

P 88 April 63 

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t Lt. -Col. Fab«r mttmI wifh th« 
49th throoffhout the war wttii Ohlna 
(Medml), and wh preient at the 
flnt and leeond eaptores of Chaaao, 
■torm aDd eaptare of the hrlcbu 
aboTt CaatOD, attack and eaptare 
of Amoy and of Chinhae, oeeupatloi 
of Ningpe and repnbe of the n<ht 
attack, attack and eaptare of the 
enemy's entrenched camp on the 
helf hta of Segoan. of Chapoo, and 
of Wooenaf , and laTcttBDeat of 



8 LlattC Gnat wmi prceent al 
the itonn and deatmetloa of the 
fortlfled NaUTe Mandlngo Town 
of Sahajee. on the OamMa, on the 
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March 48; X^ 29 
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P28Mar. 64 
i P 7 July 64 
IP 14 July 54 
P 84 Nov. 64 
Paymaiter.'^oYak Mills Hewson, 28 Sept. 47; Ens. 28 
Adjutant.—Ueui. W. F. Godolphin Forster, 20 June 54. 
Quarter-Master. — Michael McLoughlin, 13 Jan. 64. 

Surgeon. — James Walker Chambers, M.D., 6 iug. 47 ; Assitt.-Surg. 4 Oct. 39. 
^«m^an^-iS^ur^«on«.— William George Clarke, 26 March 62. 
Edward Thiselton, 20 June 54. 
Leslie Ogilby Patterson, 80 June 54. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox ic Co. 

I Sir George Berkeley served in Egypt in 1807, and was present at the taking of Alexandria. In 1800 he 
ras appointed AssisUnt-AdJutaoi-Oeneral to the armv in Portugal, and was present in the actions of the 
0th, llth, and 12th May, 1800, passage of the Douro, battles of Talarera, Busaoo, Fuentet d'Onor, siege of 
ladiljoi in 1811, also its subsequent siege, storm, and capture; battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, 
lege of Burgos, action at Villa Muriel, battle of Ylttoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian, passage of 
Ii« Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nlre. Served also the campaign of 1816, including the battle of 
Vaterloo, at whleh ha was severely wounded. He commanded the troops at the Cape of Good Hope, and 
onducted the operations against the Kaffirs in 1847, which brought that war to a successful t«rminatioD. 
lir George has received the Gold Cross and three clasps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, BadiO<»» Salamanca, 
ittoria, San Sebastian, and Nive ; and the Silver War Medal with one clasp for Talavera. 



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Flm."— .*< HIND008TAN"— "ROLEIA"— " VIMIERA"— « COBUNNA"-!" 8ALA 

liANCA"—" PYRENEES"—" NIVELLE"— « NIVE"-." ORTHES"— 

" TOULOUSE"—" PENINSULA." 



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JAeut.'ColoneU-'ChBsieA AshmoTe, Snt, 25 Dec. 18; Lieut, 13 April, 20; 

Capt. P19 Aug. 28; Mqj, Pld Dec. 40 ; Lt.-Col 22 May, 45; Co/. 20 June 54. 
Jir<yor«.— Edward R. King, 9nd Lieut. 16 Feb. 26 ; Lieut, p 81 July, 28 ; Capt. 

P4 Dee. 32 ; Mqjor, 22 May 45 ; Brev. Lieut.- Col. 20 June 54. 
William Robert HaUday , Bns. p 12 Feb. 80 ; Lt. 8 Mar. 88 ; Cm}t. p 1 1 Not. 86 ; 

Svwet Mqjor, 9 Not. 46; Mqjar, p3 Aug. 49; Brev. Lt.'Col. 20 June 54. 



Captains. 
James Nugent . . 
Tho.MathbisLuzWeguelin 
Edward Charles Butler ,«. 

John Pratt 

Charles Wilson Carden 
Lewis Aloz. Patriclc Boyd 
Wm. Ryland Rainsford 
Augustus William Ord 

John Rotton 

Charles Woodwright^ • . 

Rldcard Lloyd 

Chas. James Hale Monro 

LXBUTBNANTS. 

John Arthur Brockman • 
Geo. Rob. Jas. Marshall 
W. Hy. Adand Dashwood 
Bernard Robert Shaw 
John Edmund HarTey 
Thomas Rice, d. pm. . . 
Richard Harbord, tuff. 
Alfred Macdonald .... 
J. Welman UelyBT,d,acy. 
Charles Henry Lambert 
William Tyler Stuart. . . . 
Arthur Manning Tuck . . 
John Manderille Hugo . . 
Alexander Fred. Stewart 
Barrington G. Dashwood 
Ensigns. 

Albert Seagiim 

Richard Lloyd 

Wm. Tho. Exham Foebery 
Fred. J. Ponsonby Hill 
F. X. De Coney Orange 
Christopher Hodgson 
Fred. Willoughby Harris 



ENSIGN. 



LIBUT. 



P 16 April 36 
P 23 Dec. 86 
P 13 Jan. 87 
P 8 June 30 
P 20 Oct. 87 

21 May 29 
P 6 Jan. 43 
P20Sept.44 
P 7Jan. 48 
P 18 Mar. 40 
P 2AprU41 

26 June 46 

20 May 42 

28 Sept. 48 

26 June 46 
P 10 July 46 
P 14 Aug. 46 
P 25 Aug. 46 
P22Dec. 46 
P24N0T. 48 
P25N0T. 48!P23July 52 
P 18 Oct. 48 1 P 28 Jan. 58 

20 Oct. 48 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 16 Sept. 51 
P 19 Aug. 51 



11 Jan. 89 
P 28 June 80 
P 5 Mar. 41 

8 June 35 
IDec. 41 
P 9 Oct. 85 
P 81 Jan. 45 
P 6 Aug. 47 
P 22 Jan. 47 

12 Sept. 41 
p 22 Sept. 43 
P 25 Oct. 48 

P 7 June 44 
26 June 46 
P 8 Dec. 48 
P2d Mar. 49 
P 9 Aug. 50 
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P 22 Sept. 43 
P 29 Dec. 48 
P28 Aug. 44 

22 May 45 
» 8 Apr. 46 

80 Mar. 47 
P 11 April 51 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 7 Jan. 53 

21 Mar. 58 

6 June 54 

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8 Mar. 53 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P 20 Oct. 54 

2 Doctor Jopp served with the Queen't Roy- 
als during tlie campaign of 1844-45 in the 
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Sonthem Concan and Sawant Warree eoantrj, 
including tlie storming of M?eralttoclcades» and 
tlie investment and capture of tlie Forts of 
Moaohu/and Uunsuntosh. 



P12Mar.52 

P 17 Aug. 52 

P 11 Mar. 58 

13 May 58 

6 June 54 

1 Sept. 54 

P 20 Oct. 54 

Payma«^«r.— William Stuart, 11 Jan. 50; Qr, Master ^ 10 July 85. 

Adjjutant.-^Lieut. Richard Harbord, 28 Jan. 58. 

Qtiar^«r-ilfa«^er.— Thomas Hamilton Mills, 16 Feb. 44; Ens. 2 June 48] 
^ur^eem.— James Jopp,' M.D. 1 Jan. 47; Assist. ^Surg. 22 Feb. 89. 
Assist.'Surgwns.-^Jokn Richard Tobin, 21 Oct. 63. 

Stephen Massett Webb, M.D. 19 May, 54. 
JVicin^^ Grass Green. — Agents yisle^sn. Cox & Co. 

\ Woodwrigbt lerted with the 18th Royal Irish on the China Expedition (medal), and was 
prtfcnt at the capture of Amoy, Chapoo, Shanghai, Wooeung, and Chlnkiangfoo, and at the con- 
eladiag operations before Nankin. Also throughout the Burmese war of 1852-68 (medal) ; was on board 
tbc E. I. a steamer PhUgethon, during the naval action and destruction of the enemy's stockades on 
ifce langoon River, also landed in command of a company of the 18tb, and with the marines of the 
/W stormed the Dallah stockades, llth April 1853. Serred during the succeeding three days' operations 
in the vielnlty, and at the storming and capture of Rangoon ; was at the capture and occupation of Prome, 
vid at the night attack of the enemy on the camp at Prome, 8th Dec. 1859, also with a detachment consisting 
of Imt compaoles of the ISth with Sir John Cheape's force during the whole of the successful operations 
10 tlM DoMbew district, including the assault of a breastwork 17th March 1858 (wounded), and ending in 
ibe storming and capture on the 19th March of the stronghold of the Burmese chief Myahtoon. 



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" MINDEN"— "TOURNAY"— " PENINSULA." 
ColoneL-^Wmiam Smelt,* CB. Comet, 16 March 98 ; Lt. 11 Dec. 99 ; Capi, 21 

March 05 ; Maj. 28 Jan. 08 ; Lt.-Col. 4 June 14; Col. 22 July 90 ; Mqfor- 

Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Qen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 37th Foot, 11 April 51. 
Lieut.'ColoneU^—Vnxiciz Skelly, Ens. p6 July, 26 ; Lieui. 18 Sept. 28 ; Capt. 

P 21 Sept. 82; Mqjffr, p2 July, 41 ; lAeuL-Col. 3 Sept 47 ; Col. 28 Vow. M. 
Egerton Charles Wro. Miles Milman, Ent. k, Lieui. p 24 April 35 ; Lieut. & Capt. 

P5 Feb. 41 ; Capt. & Lieut.-CoL P 7 AprU 48 ; CoZ. 28 Nov. 64. 
Jlf^ori.— Gilbert Wm. Francklyn, Ens. P80 April, 27; Ueut. 23 N©¥. 80; 

CajD^ P9 Dec. 36; MqjWf P27 Aug. 41 ; Erev.'Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 61. 
Wm. Longworth Dames, Ens. p 26 July, 26 ; Lt.^2^ Not. 28 ; Capt, p 27 June 

34 ; M(y. P 12 Oct. 41 ; Brev Lt.-Col. 1 Nov. 42 ; Col. 20 June 54. 



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John Owen Lewis .... 
Edward D. Atkinson. . 
Arthur M. Alex. Bowers 
Henry Macmanns Sail' 
Robert Prescott Harrison 
Raymond Richard Pelly 
Louis Henry Bedford « 

John Clutterbuck 

Joseph Jones 

John William BoissieH. 

Wm. Joseph Bazalgette. 

John Richard Heaton • 

Lieutenants. 

Charles Luxmoore 

James Henry Wyatt . . . 
Edward Joseph N. Burton 

John Brown 

Thomas Jackson 

William Baker 

Raynsford Taylor 

Robert William Webb . 
John Deering CoUum . 
George William Savage 
William Henry Henzell. 
Edward Abbot Anderson 
Cha.Edw.Ascough Evered 
Fred. John Nash Ind 

Ensigns. 
Edw.Robt.Big8byBame8^ 
George Stamer Gubbins 
S. Lavalliere Curgenven 
R. Bunn, aty. q.m.9 Dee.47. 
Bezsin Reece . . . 
George Bagenall 
Edward Birkett . 
John George Jervis 



BNSION. 



P 11 July 36 
P 6 Oct. 37 
P 29 Dec. 37 

8 Dec. 37 
P 28 July 40 
P 26 Jan. 41 

27 May 42 
P 29 Oct. 41 

7 Jan. 42 
P31 Dec. 44 
P 17 June 42 

19 Dec. 34 

P 17 Nov. 43 
P 20 Sept. 44 
P 13 June 46 
6 Feb. 47 
P 1 May 40 
P 28 April 48 
P 8 Dec. 48 

20 July 49 
P 9 July 62 

23 Nov. 49 
P 12 April 60 

16 Nov. 60 
P 23 Jan. 62 
P 23 Nov. 62 

P 24 June 63 

8 July 63 

9 July 63 



LIEUT. 



9 July 38 
P 28 July 40 
P 2 July 41 

I Sept. 40 
P 17 June 42 

20 May 44 
P 22 Dec. 43 
P 4 July 46 

29 Dec. 46 
P3 April 46 
P 30 Dec: 46 

22 Aug. 37 

P 1 May 46 
P26 June46 
P20 Nov. 46 
P 1 Aug. 48 
1 Aug. 49 
P 12 Oct. 62 

5 May 63 
P IJuly 63 
P 8 July 63 
P 13 Sept. 63 

6 June 64 
6 June 54 

II Aug. 64 
P26Aug. 64 



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P 29 Oct. 41 
P 20 Feb. 46 
P26 June46 

12 Sept. 48 
P 8 Feb. 60 
P 7 June 60 
P 8 Mar. 60 
Pl2 Oct. 62 

16 June 63 
PdOJan. 62 

6 June 64 
P24 Feb. 43 



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20 Jane 54 



Iht 0ttt1»i«ak of the Kafllr w m 
18B0, and wm ^polMeda LiniC 
in a daUtc eorpt, and aarrcd nadrr 
Sir Harry Smith and Sir Ocor^ 
Catheart tnn Jaauaiy. 18&1. until 
Mareh, 1863. Ha aeeonqwdcd 
the flnt patrole that left Kinc 
Willlaitt*! Town on the SOth J«.. 
1851, and vas pretCDt at the en* 
fafcmenti of the 17th Fclimary. 
eth Mareh, ISUi A|«il, ell8»l. »1 
at the paMace of the Kei on the 
ilh Deeember of the saaM jnr i 
braldea nanj other mlnar ra. 
counten with the wi ii uj dmtog ifae 



13 Sept. 53 
P 13 Sept. 63 

21 July 64 
P25Aug, 64 

22 Dec. 64 
Paynuzffer.— Gillian Maclaine Ross, 27 Dec. 60; Ens. 8 May, 86; Zt.9 Aug. 
Adljutant.^Ensign Richard Bunn, 13 Sept. 63. [39 ) Capt, 4 Sept. 40. 
QuaTter"Master.^y^m\9m Crutchley, 13 Sept 63. 

Surgeon,— 3o\kn Charles Cameron, M.D. 16 April 44 ; Assist,-Surg, 27 Mar. 35. 
AiSistant'Surgeons. — James William Fleming, 27 Oct. 46. 

Alexander Smith, M.D. 7 Aug. 46. 
James Frederick Reyne, 6 June 64. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Lieut-General Smelt serred In the American war, and was present at the taking of Plattatmrg, storm 
and capture of Oswego, action of Lundy's Lane, storming of Fort Erie, 18th Aug. 1814, where b« waa 
severelj and dangerously wounded. Served also during the Burmese war, in 1884, S5, and part of 18S0» 
and was present at the capture of Rangoon, and other actions in Ara. 

8 Captain Sail serred with the 10th Foot in the Pui^aiib campaign of 1848-0, including the wlidle of the 
siege operations before Mooltan, repulse of the enemy and night attack opon the Brittoh camp at MuUce 
Thol 17th Aug. 1648; action of Sooijkoond and capture of the enemy's gnns Mot. 7th; earrying the 
heighU and suburbs before Mooltan Dec. 27th ; and surrender of the fortress SSnd Jan. 1840 ; alter which 
Joined with the Mooltan force the army under Lord Gough, and was present at the battle of Goc^erat (Medal 
and two Clasps). 

4 Captain Bolssier serred with the 8Snd Regt. at the second siege operations before Mooltan, IneliMliDg 
the attack on the suburbs on S7ih Dec., 1848. and surrender of the fortress. Also present at the torrettder 
of the fort and garrhon of Cheniote, and at the battte of Goojerat (Mrdal and Clasps). 



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"^SSSl^wS^rt^'**] 38tt ( The Isi Staffordshire) Regi. of Foot. 

— XOVTB ViDBO"— " ROLMA"— ** VllfimiA"— "COBUITHA"— BD8AC0*»— " BADAJO*"— ** BALAMAVCA"*— 

•*ViTTO»iA"— " St. Ssbabtiaiv"— ** NivB**— " Pbhissuul"— " Ata." 
CW.»9''7on-HoghATbuthnotVCB..EVi^.l8May,96; X#.16Sept.96; Capt.^ 

Mar. 99; Jtfiy. 28 Nor. 04 ; Lt.-Coh 9 May, II -, Col. 19 July, 21 ; Mqf.-Gen. 

22 July, 30 ; Lt,-Oen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Gen. 20 June,54; CoZ. 38th Regt. 4 Apr. 43. 
Lt.'Col.-—John JackBon Lowth,*^ti«. 3 July, 24 ; Lt.U Sept. 25 ; Capt. p23 

Mar. 32 ; Mqj. p 12 June, 40; Srev.-Lt.-CoL 11 Not. 51; X^-a>/.22Dec.64. 
3f(EV(?r«.— James Pattoun Sparks, JE'vu. 27 July 15; Xt«tt^. 30 July 18 ; Capt. 5 

Sept 26; JBrev.Mqf. 23 Not. 41 ; Brev.Lt.^Col. 11 Nov. 51 ; Mqj. July 52. 
Joi. Samuel Adamson, :Eni. v 15 Mar. 31 ; Lt. P27 Sept. 33 > Capt. p 1 Dec. 37 ; 

Brev.'Mt{f. 11 Nor. 51 ; ilfajor, 22 Dec. 54. 
John W. S. Smith,« JBru. 3 Feb. 32; Lieui. 4 Aug. 37; Capt. p7 Aug. 40 

Brev.'Major^ 11 Nov. 51 ; Major, 29 Dec. 54. 



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LIBUT. 



James S. Hawker Farrerl 2 April 41 
WiUiam James Loftus . . p 9 Nov. 38 

Arthur Layard p 1 Mar. 39 

Edward Thomas Gloster p 13 May 42 
Oustavus Hume •• .. .. . . p 30 May 43 

Samuel Hackett p 20 Oct. 43 

Gha. F. Torrens Daniell, «. 3 Jan . 45 
Lndford Harvey Daniel., p 9 June 46 
Charles Bdward Johns .. P26June46 
Horatio Page Vance . . . . p 3 Dec. 47 
James Thomas Craster . . 19 Sept. 48 
A. Campbell Snodgrass,«. p 6 Oct. 48 

Frederick Beswick 23 Mar. 49 

Thomas Eyre Lambert . . p 24 Nor. 38 
£rm.Cha.JohnAddington P16 Aug. 50 

Lieutenants. 
John Crosby Yaughan . . 22 Dec. 48 
Rowland Hill Gordon . . p 12 Dec. 50 
Compton A. 8. Dickins P 13 Dec. 50 
Arthur Brooksbank .... p21 Not. 51 
Owen G. Saunders Davies p 12 Dec. 51 
Peter Wright Breton . . p 18 May 50 
Sidney Godolphin Quicke July 52 
Henry Broome Feilden . . p21 Sept. 52 

DeVicTupper Pl6 Oct. 52 

Constantine Sept. Gaynor p 18 Oct. 53 
John Fred. Clinton Boyle 21 Jan. 53 
Thomas Brodie Wardlaw p 14 May 53 
Frederic Pocklington. ... p 19 Oct. 53 
John Bolton French .... p 28 Apr. 54 

Ensigns. 
William Kidston Elles . • 
George Wm. Fred. Snell 
Philip Homan Byre .... 
ArthurJohnson AUixEwen 
Fred. James Hooper . • • . 
Walter Douglas Bayly 



P 2 June 43 
P 8 Not. 42 
P 29 Dec. 40 
3 Jan. 45 
P 9 June 46 
P 3 Dec. 47 

7 Mar. 49 
P 27 April 49 
P 27 July 49 
P 20 Dec. 50 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 7 Nov. 51 

19 Mar. 52 
P 12 Feb. 41 
P 30 July 52 

P21Sept.52 

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P20May 53 

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P 18 Oct. 53 

P 28 Apr. 54 

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6 Jane 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P 18 Aag. 54 

8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 

22 Dec. 54 



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P 28 April 48 
P 19 July 50 

19 Mar. 52 
P 30 July 52 
P 21 Sept. 52 

31 Dec. 52 

P20 May 53 12 Dec. 54 
P 18 Oct. 53 
6 June 54 
P 4 Aug. 54 

22 Dec 54 

29 Dec 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

20 Dec. 54 

S Lt.-Co]. Lowth lenred with 
the 88th in th« Barmefe war 
(Medal), under Sir Arch. Csrop- 
bell, and wai present at the 
aflbln of flembike and Nepadle, 
and attack and capture of Mel- 
loon and of Pagbam Mew. Ho 
commanded the Regiment In 
the Eatteni campaign of 18ft4. 



6 June 54 

7 June 54 

10 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 25 Aug. 54 

24 Not. 54 
Paynuuter^vmk TwiblU, 28 June 54 ; Ent. 7 May 40 ; Qr.-Mr. 8 May 40. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. 

Quarter-Moiter. — Daniel Doherty, 23 July 41. 
.9tir^«m.— Frederick Foaker, 23 March 47 ; Aetiit.-Surg. 19 Oct, 38. 
Aseitt.'Surgeont. — Digby William La^lor, 10 June, 53. 
James Henry Lewis, 24 March 54. 
William Younge JecTes, 28 April, 54. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Cox k Co» 
1 General the Honourable Hugh Arbathnott lerred with the 49th at the Holder, In 1709; alio in 
the expedition to the Baltic, and battle of Copenhagen, in 1801. In Jnly 1807, embarked with the cipe- 
dition to Zealand, and wae preient at the siege and capture of Copenhagen. Accompanied the expedition t o 
Sweden, and aflerwarde to Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, and wae preient at the battle of 
Coninna. Serred alto in the Peninnila under the Duke of Wellington, and commanded the 68nd at tlie 
tetU« of Bttsaco, for which he bae receiTcd the gold medal : he hae also receiTed the silver War Uedal with 
two claspe for Corunna and Fuentes d'Onor; and the Naval War Medal for Copenhagen. 

4 M^lor Smith commanded a detachment of the SSth Regiment in eo-operation with a Karal rxpedl- 
tiOD under Captain Lock in the ascent, in boats, of the river St. Juan de Nicaragua, central America, in 
1848, indttdlng the assault and capture of the port of Serapiqul, and surrender of the Forts of Ca*teIlo 
Vkjo and St. Carlos. Be also accompanied Captain Lock to the town of Grenada, and was present at the 
deltberatfons and conclusion of a treaty with the Nicaragna commissioners. 

•»* The following officers accompanied the 88tli Regt. to the Crimei 
Adamson, Smith, and Daniell (Brigade-M^Jor in Srd Division), CapU 

Jobne, and Vance; Lieuts. Craster, Snodgrass (Alde-de^arop to Sir . , — „ ... - 

Taqgtaan, Gordon, Dickins, Brooksbank, Davies, Quicke, Feilden, Tupper, Gaynor, Boyle, and Pocklington ; 
£c8%B £yro, Payn. Twibill, Smgeon Foaker, and Assiit.-Sargeon Lawlor. 



with the r«icarag«a commissioners. 

I the 88tli Regt. to the Crimea, vix,— Lieut.-Col. Sparkes, Vajora 
I^Jor in Srd Division), Captains Farrer, Loflus, Layard, Gloster, 
[trass (Alde-de^arop to Sir John Campbell), Beswick, Addington, 



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Teart 8^.1 ^^2^^j,_|| j^ Richard Llnellyn,* CB. Ens. 24 July 02; lAeut. 7 April 04 ; 

Capt.2S Feb. 05; Mqf. 23 April 12; Lt.-Coh 18 June 15; Col. 10 Jan. 

87 ; Mqj.'Gen. 9 Not. 46 ; Lt.-Oen. 20 June 54 ; Col. 39th Foot, 17 Jan. 53. 
JAeut'ColoneL—Wimtim MunroS Ens. p20 June 34; Lieut. «• 1 April 80; 

Capt, 2 July 44 ; Mqjor, p 7 May 52 ; Lieut.'Col.vU Nov. 53. 
JtfVK*(W*.— Robert Newport Tinley,* JBns. 4 April 32; Lieut, p 19 July 33; 

Capt. P 15 Dec. 40; Ercv.-Mqjor, 11 Nov. 51 ; Mi^or, PlO Feb, 52. 
William Clarges Wolfe, Ens. p 30 Oct. 35 ; Lieut, p 10 Mar. 37 ; Capt. 7 Aug. 

46; Mqjor, Pll Nov. 53. 
Arthur Herbert/ Bns. p18 Jan. 31; Lieut. 2 Sept. 34; Capt. P31 Dec. 41; 

Breo.-Mtff. 20 June 54 ; Major. 29 Dec. 54. 



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Captains. 
Henry Aug. Strachan^ . . 21 Sept. 32 
Thomas Wright Hudson p 16 June 37 
Robert Hamilton Currie« p 28 Dec. 38 

William Leckie 10 Nov. 43 

Charles Denison Pedder p 7 July 46 
Wm. Newport Tinley* . . p 15 Nov. 39 
Lewis Stafibrd Northcote p 24 June 48 
Robert Broome Baker . . p 4 May 49 
W.HueksHardingWamer p 1 Feb. 50 
Simon Qeorge Newport' 3 Aug. 41 
John FitzRoy Dalrymple p2 Dec. 36 

Wm. Oreenham * 87 Aug. 41 

James Agnew 22 Oct. 44 

Wm. Henry Wilwn, a4f. 9 June 46 
Thomas Fraser Dixon . • 10 April 49 

LXBUTEFANTS. 

E. Bean. Maonsell .... p 2 Oct 46 
Thomas Carpendale Baird p 15 Feb. 50 
Frederick Wilmot Foster p 17 June 51 
Ralph Edward Carr .... PlSFeb. 52 

William Qammell p 12 Mar. 52 

Norman Macdonald ... p 14 May 52 

; Charles MiUigan Pll June 52 

j Charles Burch Phillipps 23 Nov. 52 
Thos. Westropp Bennett p 17 Dec. 52 
Augustus Frederic Raper p16 May 51 
RawdonChas.P.deRobeck p 18 B'eb. 53 

James Powell 27 May 53 

W.de W.Roche Thackwell p 10 June 53 
Edward John Stokes .... Pll June 53 

Ensigns. 
Oeoige Henry Young 
James Gibbons Smyth 
Henry Bolton Newport 
John Henry Murray • • 
Maxwell Wither Hyslop . . p 



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2 June 35 
30 Oct. 40 
P 14 Feb. 40 
16 April 45 
P27 Dec. 50 
P 11 June 41 
P 16 Jan. 52 
P 2 Apr. 52 
P 7 May 52 

2 July 44 
P 8 Dec 37 

3 11 Deo. 46 

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1 May 51 

PlO Feb. 52 

3 Apr. 49 
23 Nov. 52 
27 May 53 

PlO June 53 

Pll June 53 

P24 June53 

Pll Nov. 53 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

P 12 May 54 

P 8 Sept. 54 

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15 Dec. 54 



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20 June 54 



5 June 43 
7 Dec 45 

PlO Feb. 52 
P 2 Apr. 52 
P 7 May 52 
27 May 53 
P 10 June 63 
P 24 June 53 
Pll Nov. 53 

6 June 54 
9 May 51 

29 Dec 54 
29 Dec 54 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 



10 PayuMter B«Btflon wai ptc- 
lent at that lamenUble eataalrophc. 
the buralBr of Uit Ktni, last In- 
dlamaa, la the Bay of Eiaeaj, m 
the lit March. IStft. Ha terrtd 
with the SI St throufboat the eaaa- 
paifn of 184S la AlHihanltin 
(Medal) under MaioiwOeoeral Pal. 
lock, iDclodiiic theaeUoQs of Ma. 
seenavTeaeeo. and Jofdiillaek. the 
ooeapation of CabooUand the dISta'. 
•DteiwBgeiMBUleadlactott. Be 
■erred alio the eaaapatfa oathe 
SntlaJ, and wai preeent la the 
battlee of Moodkee, 
Bvddlwal. AUwal. and 
and wai one of Miljr Ave aOeen 
who escaped being wonadedi Medal 
and three Claipe. 



Pll Nov. 53 

P25 Aug. 54 

1 Sept. 54 

P 8 Sept. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

Paymaster. — Samuel Benison/^ 5 Nov. 52 ; Quarter^Master, 13 July 41. 

A^jutant.^Lieut. Wm. Hen. Wilson, 20 April 49. 

Quarter'Master.-^Adhm M'Bride, 2 Oct. 49. [Nov. 44. 

Surgeon. — George Thomas Woodman, M.D. 7 April 54; Assist.'Surg, 29 
Assist. Surgs.— John Sheldon Furlong, MD. 19 Nov. 47. 
John Halyburton Ross, M.B., 16 Dec. 53. 
George Wltltefleld Sparke, 1 Dec. 54. [St., Armit, ft Co. 

Facings Green. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox k. Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, 
1 Ll6ut.-G«neral LIuoUyn entered Uae onuT u a Captain with temporary rank in the S2ad Regt., and 
was present with it at Ferrol, Cadli, and in the Mediterranean, in 1800 and 1801, and on the conclusion 
of peace was placed on half-paj ; but on war soon after breaking out, he relinqalshed bis temporary 
commission, and re-entered the senrice ; and haying In Feb. 1805 obtained a company by purchase in the 
28tb Bef^t., he accompanied it to the Peninsula In 1809, and was present at the battle of Busaeo, defence 
of the Lines of Lisbon, advance on Campo Mayor, Investment of Olivenga, siege of Badi^oi, battle of 
Albubera, surprise and capture of a French corpt At Arroyo de Molino, attaclc and capture of the Forts and 
Bridge of Almaras, advance on Arai^uei and Madrid, occupation of Bordeaux, and other services of 
minor importance. In 1815 he embarked with his regiment for the Netherlands, where he was penonally 
onpraged with it in the battles of QuatreBras and Waterloo, in the latter of which he was severely wounded, 
and received for his conduct in the field the brevet rank of Lt-Colonel and the Companionship of the 
Bath. He has received the War Medal with two Ciasps for Busaeo and Albuhera. 

5 i.l<ut.>Col. Monro lerved u Adjutant ofthe 30th In the action at MahanOpore. and waiseTcrely wounded (medal). 

3 Major Tinlej lerved the campaign acainit the tLa^ah of Coorg In 1834. He wu also present in the battle of Kahar^pore, 
S9th Dee. 1848 (Medal), and was seTerely wonndcd. 

6 Major Herbert, and Oapta. Carrie, TInley, and Newport served with the Regt at the action of Maluunyjpore on 
the lOth Dee. 1843. Ma|or HoibeHamI Captains Cuirto and Nowport were sligfatty wonaded. 

7 Capt Straehan senred the campaign against the Kafah of Ooorg, in 1834. 

8 LieuL Oreenham served as Staff Officer to a wing of the Uth Liffht Dragoons in the Camp^cn in the 

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TtnSpkinxt wlih tha word " Eoypt" on ths caps of the Flank Oompaniet. «* Mowth Vidbo"—" Roi.bia*»— 

VIluaRA»»_«TAIULrWlA"— " BADAJOa'*— «• BAIAKAKOA"— " VXTTOMA"-"" Ptbbxbbb»^«« Nxybllb" 

->0bthb8"— «TouLoir8B"— "PBKiKflUtA"— « Watbbloo"— " C AKD AHAB," "Gbubbbb and Oabool. 

184«,"««Mahabajpobb." ' 

Coloneh-^ll^ 1S3A Sir Alexander Woodford/ GCB. 6CMQ. JBns, 6 Dec. 94: 

Zt. 16 July,96 J Capt. 11 Dec. 99 j Capt. & Lt.-CoL 6 Mar. 10; Col. 4 June, 

14; Mqjor^Qen. 37 May, 26; Zieut.^Gen. 28 June, 38; Oen. 20 June 64 ; 

Oct. 40th Foot, 26 April, 42. 

Xiett^-CptoTwZ.— Thomas James Valiant, JBru, 20 May, 28; Lt. p17 Dec. 29; 

Copt P 1 May, 36 ; MqjoTy P 10 July, 46 ; Lieut.^CoL p 26 June 62. 
Mqfors.-^ohjx Martin Bladen Neill,* Bns. v 22 Mar. 33 ; X^. P 9 Jan. 36 ; Capt. 

P 11 Mar. 42; Mqfor, P 8 June 49. 
Arthur Lealie, Btu. p 20 Nov. 3d; Lieut, p 6 Majr 42 ; Capt. p 3 April 46 ; 
Miffor, P26 June 62. 



I Full 

■27" 

I 22 
17 



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Pay. 



I 



Captains. 
Thomas L. K. Nelson,^ «. 

John W. Thomas^ 

Robert Carey* 

Hans Thomas Fell White 
R. John Lechmere Coore 

Robert Hare 

ThomaeOeorge Oardiner ,«. 
Henry Christopher Wise. 
Fred. Samuel Blyth ••. 
Francis Henry Atherley 
Bdw. Hungeiford Eagar,^ 
Michael Edward Smith 

LlEUTBHANTS. 

Richard Dawson,* d, pm* 
George Owen Bowdler . . 
John Bdward Brodhurst 

William O'Hara 

Charles Henry Hall .... 
W. H. Homdon Messeng^ 
Thomas Bailey Ricluirds 
Fred. C. H. S. Baddeley 
Thomas M.Bruoe Gardyne 
G. A. Bentley Buckle, a<&. 
Theophilus Bolton, d, ad^, 
Arthur Fred. Fitz Simons 

Philip George Hewett 

Arthur Marquhard Moller 
Bdw. Henry Melville Tod 

Ensigns. 
Charles Francis Brooke 
Jacob Francis Bryant 
Walter Blake Burke.. 
L. Nesbitt Lloyd .... 
John Armstrong ..... 

Palmer Wballey 

Henry Gordon Rogers 
Alfred Cook 



ENSIGN. 



26 Not. 81 
7 June 39 

16 Nov. 39 
P 12 May 43 
P 27 June 46 
P 7 May 47 
P 16 May 47 

26 Nov. 47 
P 4 May 49 
P 8 June 49 
p 13 April 39 
P 3 Nov. 37 

P21 May 41 

26 May 48 

P17Sept.49 

PI 8 Sept. 49 



P 19 July 60 
P 16 May 61 
P 20 Oct. 49 
P 17 Jan. 61 
P 14 Feb. 61 
P21 Nov. 61 
P 9 July 62 
P 10 July 62 
P 9 July 62 
P 23 Dec. 63 



LIEUT. 



29 Jan. 36 
P 7 Sept. 41 

19 Nov. 41 
P 14 May 47 
P 14 May 47 
PlSAug. 48 

12 Aug. 49 
Pll Sept 49 
P'19 July 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 

16 July 41 
P 20 Dec. 39 

14 April 43 
P18 8ept. 49 
P 24 Jan. 61 
P30May 61 



P 18 Jan. 50 P 26 June 62 



P 6 Nov. 62 

P28May 62 

P 23 Dec. 63 

p 6 Jan. 54 

24 Feb. 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 

17 Nov. 54 

P 16 Dec. 64 



CAPTAIN. 



P 10 July 46 
P 14 May 47 
P 14 May 47 
P 13 Dec. 60 
P 24 Jan. 61 
P 26 June 62 
P 6 Nov. 62 
P 23 Dec. 63 
P23 Dec. 63 
P 6 Jan. 54 
6 June 64 
10 Dec. 62 



BRBY.-MAJ. 



2 Charles Francis Brooke . . p 23 Dec. 63 

1 Jacob Francis Bryant . . p 6 Jan. 64 

1 Walter Blake Burke. . . . 6 June 64 

1 L. Nesbitt Lloyd 1 Sept. 64 

1 John Armstrong 8 Sept. 64 

1 Palmer Wballey 16 Sept. 64 

1 Henry Gordon Rogers . . 8 Dec. 64 

I 1 Alfred Cook p 16 Dec. 64 

I 18 Paymofftfr.— Fred. Montagu Hockings, 20 April 49; J5^.20 May 42; Lieta. 

4 A4futant.-^£deut. Geo. Aug. Bentley Buckle, 23 Dec. 63. [p 10 July 46. 

I 13 Quarter-Master.'^Thom&s Walter Hives,^ 26 Oct. 42. 

I 14 5ur^n.— Adolphus CoUlngs, M.D., 20 Nov. 46 ; Atsist.-Surg. 26 Feb. 41. 

I 4 Asrist.'Surgeons. — ^Thomas Ligertwood, MB., 14 Nov. 61. 

; 1 Richard Willcocks Macauley, 1 Dec. 64. 

Faeinffs Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox Sc Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, St., 

Armit^ Sc Co. 

I sir Akander Woodlbrd lerved la the 9th In North HolUnd, and wu seTerely wounded on th« 10th Sept 1799. Served 
ia the CoUatreaa OoMdt at the capture of Copenhaven hi 1807. Serred on the Staff In Sieily, In 1806, 9, and 10. Commanded 
tk« Light Bastallon of the Brlffade of Gnarda, at the ilege of Cludad Rodrigo, capture of Badajoc, battle of Salamanea, cap- 
tare of Madrid, and at the sicffe of Burfoi. Commanded flnt battalion Coldstream Guardi at the battle of Vittorta, capture 
«f Suk S^Mecian, at the NlveUe, the NItc* and iUTestment of Baycmne. Commanded the second battalion at the battle of 
WaiefliM), surrender of Paris, and during the occupation in France. Sir Alexander has received the gold medal and two 
rUips CoK thebonlea of Salemenre, Vlttoria, and the NItc } and the sUrer War Medal with one clasp for Ciudad Rodrigo and 
Kraeile. 

S M^or Bladen Nelll, and Captain Carey Mrred throughout the operations in Candahar and in AB^hanistan in 1841 
tad IS, and have received the medat 

4 Captains T. U K. Nelson, Thomas, and Bagar (severely wounded at Bcnl Badam) and Quarter-master 
Rtves, «erved thronghout the operattoos in Candahar and in Aflkhanlstan in 1841 and 49, and have received the medal. 
Tbn» oOleerswere also present in the action of Mahanjpore, 29th Dee. 1843, and have received the Bronxe Star t Lt Bagar 
was sUgliily wounded, and Capts. T. L. K. Nelson and Thomas were severely wounded. Capt. Nelson was Adjutant of the 
left, daring the second AffghaS CaUtfalgnj id 1849, as well as at Mahanjpore, where he had a horse shot under him. 

A U. Dawson was attached to the 99nd at the battle of Hyderabad, and has received the medal. He was afterwards 



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Hair 
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10 





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an and Appointment!, the Prine§ of WaUi^t Plume, with tha motto, ** GwM Anftu m 
OfnnvikfddJ*—** D«teoit»'— ^* QunwrsTOWH"— "Miami"— '*Niaoa»a"—"Ata." 
«Cavdahab,Ghvxvbb, and Cabool, 1842." 

CoUmeh—^ Charles Ashe a'Court,* CB. KH. JEns. 17 Dec. 01 ; £t. 2 Sept. 02; 

Capt. 26 July, 04; Mqfor, 26 Feb. 11 ; Lt.-Col 10 May, 13 j Col. 22 July, 

30 fMtoor-Oen. 23 Not. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Not. 51 ; Ckfl. 41st Foot, 6 Feb. 48. 
Lieut.'CoL^^9meB Bman,^ JEns. 26 Mar. 36; Lieut. 16 Aug. 38; Copt. 9 

Oct. 46; MqfoTy p26 Not. 62; Zt.-Col. 6 Not. 64. 
Mqfori.'—JalivLB Edmund Ooodwyn, Stu. p 6 Jan. 44 ; Lieut, p 6 Jime 45 ; 

Capt. P 3 May 60 ; Mqfar, p 16 Sept. 64. 
Bobeit Pratt,' Mi$. p 16 Jane 37; Lieut, p 27 Jane 39; Capt. p 23 Sept. 45; 

Mqi. 29 Dec. 64. 



Captains. 
Rich. Oliver Fra. Steward 
Henry Warter Meredith 

Johnson Bourne 

George Skipwith 

Robert Cary Barnard . . . 
Lumley Graham,* i. . . . 

Hugh Rowlands 

Fred. Cherburgh Bllgh . 

William Hunt 

William Johnstone 

Henry Stratton Bash . • • 
Charles Pelgue Bertram 
George Robert Fits Roy 
WllliamAlhin 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Edward Every 

Fk«derick Ball Dixon . 
James Augustus Loekhart 
Armar Graham Lowry . . 
Wal. McClellan Lambert 
James Alex. Hamilton . . 

George Peddle 

Fitshardinge Klngscote 
Charles Vane FitzRoy 
Henry Seymour Hill. • . 
Edw. L. Barnwell Lowry 
Henry James Nowlan 

Ensigns. 
Alfred Walter Thynne 
Robert Eustace Maude 
Walter John Johnson 
Henry Edward Byam 
Arthur Henry WaTell 
Andrew Halliday Hall 
Isaac King 



BNSION. 



P 29 Sept. 43 
P 6 June 46 
P 11 Jan. 39 
P 8 Not. 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 
P13 Aug. 47 
P 26 Sept. 49 
P 16 Mar. 60 
P 19 Not. 44 
30 Dec. 46 
P 16 Mar. 60 
P 6 Feb. 47 
P23N0T. 49 
P 12 July 60 

P 9 July 62 
P 21 Jan. 63 
P13May 63 
PllNoT.63 
P 13 Jan. 64 
P27 Jan. 64 
PIO Feb. 64 
P 7AprU64 

6 June 64 

7 June 64 

10 Aug. 64 

11 Aug. 64 



LIBUT. 



P 26 Sept. 46 

P 3 Nov. 46 

P 19 Not. 41 

P 16 Oct. 47 

P 22 Mar. 60 

P 28 Feb. 61 

21 Apr. 61 

P 26 June 62 

26 Aug. 46 

21 Feb. 60 

p 26 Not. 62 

P 22 Feb. 60 

P 8 April 63 

Pll Nov. 63 

P 28 Mar. 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 

P 22 Sept. 64 

6 Not. 64 

6 Not, 

6 Not. 

6 Not, 

8 Dec. 

8 Dec. 



64 
64 
64 
64 
64 
8 Dec. 64, 



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BRBT.-MIJ. 



12 Dec. 54 



P 7 June 60 
P 26 June 62 

19 Dec. 61 
Pll Not. 63 
P18N0T. 63 
P 7 June 64 
P 26 Aug. 64 
P 16 Sept 64 
6 Not. 64 
6 Not. 64 
P 24 Nov. 64 

29 Dec 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

6 Capt. OimlimmMiT«d wtlli tbt 
«Srd Rett, la th« Kafllr war af 
18»1-U. 

6 Soifaon Aadtnea ■erred *itk 
the dlstdarlnf the irar In Boivah 
frooi April to Not. I8SS t ob board 
tho B. I. C. SMam frigate Sett^rit 
darlBff tba naval action and de- 
struction of the enemy^ cteckadrs 
the Rangoon rlTori serrcd 
dutlnff the anecaedlng three injtf 
operation* in the Tleteltr. and at 
the clonn and capture of Raateoo i 
atoo at the anault and captaie H 
BaiatiB, en the IMh May. 



P26Aug. 64 
P 22 Sept. 64 
P24 Not. 64 

13 Dec. 64 

14 Dec. 64 
16 Dec. 64 
22 Dec. 54] 

Paymaster.^Thoa. Miller Creagh^21 Jane 39; JSH«.23 Feb. 26; Lt. 6 Mar. 86* 
A dljutant.-'^L^ut. 

Quort^-ilfartfr.— Archibald EUiott, 21 July, 48 \ Ens. 31 March, 48, 
i9uyV«m.— William Abbott Anderson,* 6 May 64 ; Assist.-Surg. 28 Feb. 46. 
Assist.'Surgeans.-^Blehaxd Woodley, MB., 14 Apiil 46. 
James Lamont, M.D., 7 Jan. 63. 
Frederick Tydd Abbott, 7 April 64. 
Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Lie«t..O«iienI a'Covrt wai detadied on a lepaimte eomnand in 1806 to the Adriatic, to attack the iilaada of T^vniti^ 
and in the aame year he asaiated at the siefe of Scylla. In 1807 he aerrcd in Enpt, and waa pieaent at the captuic of 
Alexandria, and in the action near Bosetta. At the aiege and capture of SanU Haura he waa in charKe of the Quarter- 
Maater-Gencral'a department t he waa alio at the aiege of Capri m the lane year. He was Aide*de-canip to the A4i«t«Bt • 



1 when the enemy landed in Sicily, In 1809, and commanded the adTance>gnard to which neariy 1000 priaonei* >ur> 
id, and he penonally captured the enemy's standard. Serred aflerwardi on the staff in Sidly, Spain, and Italy, and 
was present at the aiege of Tarragona, action at Tilla Franca, and retreat from thence; subseqoenUy at the ocaqpatun of 
L^hom, raMvre d Genoa* aiege of Bavona, and laatly at the sunrendcr of Maples in 1815. 

S Lt-Col. JSman scrred in Spain with the Britiah Legion from July 1886 to Jan. 1888, and was present In the various 
akiimishes with the enemy during that period. He served with the 41st throughout the campaign of 184) in Alshaaiitan 
(Medal), and waa present in the engagements with the enemy on the 88th March and 38th Aprifin the Fisheea valley: in 
thooe of the fOth May near Candahar, 80th Aug. at Goaine, ith Sept. bef^we Ghnznee ; at the occupation and dcBtraeiioa 



occupation i 
of IstalUr, 



and tha varieos 



3 near Candahar, 80th Aup. at I . . 

Cabool, the expedition into Kohistan, storm capture and destruction c 
minor aibirs in and between the Bolan and the Khyber Passes. 

8 Mslor Pratt served with the 41st throughout the campaign of 1848 In Aflghaniatan ( Medal ), and was 
present in the engagement with the enemy on the 28th April in the Pisheen Tallcy ; in those of the 89th Utj near Csn- 
dahar, 80th Au^. at Goaine, 8th Sept. before Ghucnee; at the occupation and destruction of that Fortress and of Cabool, 
the Expedition into Kohistan, storm, capture and destruction of Istaliff, and the various minor aflhirs in and between the 
Bolan and the Khyber Passes. 

*«* l^efoUowinr offleers served in the Eastern campaign of 1884, including the battleain the Crimea. and oiegeof 
Sebastopol, ris.i~Lieut.-Gol. Eman, Miyor Goodvriu} Captains Steward, Meredith (wounded at Inkerman), Bourae. 



Skipwith, Graham. Rowlands (wounded at Inkerman), Bligh (wounded at Inkerman), Johnstone (severely wunndcd at 
Inkerman). Bush (severely wounded at Inkerman), FitsBoy (i«Tfifly wouAed at Inkennaa), and Allaa} Ucuta. Dim 
Dd I<owryi Paymaster Crcagh, and Quarteivi««tcr Elliott, 



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42rf ( The Royal JBiffhtand) Regt. of Foot 



93 



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56 


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St. Andrew, - Nemo me impune taeeeeU.^—The Sphinx with the" wordt, '* EOTPT," 

" COHUNNA," •« FUENTE8 D'ONOR," " PYRENEES/' •« NIVELLE," " NIVJJ/* 

"OBTHBS," " TOULOUSE." « PENINSULA." "WATERLOO." 

ColoTuL^lf iS^ir James Douglas,' KCB. Ens, 10 July, 1799; Lieut, 19 June, 

1800; Capt. 16 8e^i. Oi ; Mqjor, 16 Feb. 09; Lieut.-CoL 30 May, 11 ; Col. 

10 July 21 ; Mqj-Gen. 22 JulydO; Zt.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; G«n. 20 June 54 ; 

Col. 42nd Foot, 10 April 50. 
X/.-C02.^Duncan Alex. Cameron,* Sru. 8 AprU 25 ; LLP 15 Aug. 26 ; Capt. 

P21 June, 33 ; Mqfor, P 23 Aug. 39 ; Lt.-Col. p 5 Sept. 43 ; Col, 20 June 54. 
MqjOTS.-^QeoTfs^ Burrell Cumberland, Snt, 11 Apr. 25; Lt. 31 Dec. 28; 

Capt. P 30 Mar. 38 ; M<0. p15 Feb. 50. 
Thomas Tulloch, Etu. p 25 June 26 ; Lieut. 23 Oct. 28 ; Capt. p 12 July 33 ; 

Brev,'Mq;. 9 Not. 46 ; Mqj. 20 May 53 ; Brev. Lieut.-Col. 20 June 54. 
Jno. Cameron Macpherson, Em. p 10 Sept. 30 ; Lieut, p 21 June 33; Capt. p 6 

Mar. 40 ; Brev.'Mq;. 11 Not. 51 ; Mqf. 29 Dec. 54. 



ENSIGN. 



Captains. 
ir0fi.B.Rollo,;.c.l8Dee.6i^.IP 10 Aug. 32 
■ - 24 Feb. 32 

P 21 June 33 
P 24 Feb. 37 
P27 Dec 42 
P 15 May 40 
P 5Noy.41 
P 14 May 47 
17 Apr. 42 
P30 Aug.44 
P 6 Dec. 44 
14 Apr. 46 
21 Apr. 46 
29 Aug. 46 
P 3 Mar. 47 



LIBUT. 



Alexander Cameron 
Charles Murray 
Archibald Colin Campbell 
Fred. Green Wilkinson .. 

Andrew Pitcaim 

Hon. George H.B. Grant 
Chas. YeWerton Balguy 
Archd. Macra Chisholm 
Chas. Campbell Graham 
John Wm. Powlett Orde 
Rowl. Aynsworth Frazer 
John Chetham M'Leod. 
B. Campbell Cunlnghame 
Henry Montgomery 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

John Drysdale, a^^*. .... 22 June 47 
William Crofton Ward .. 18 Aug. 48 
John Gordon Campbell . . p 17 Nov. 48 
WUUam Henry Bennett p 28 Apr. 48 
Henry Clarke Jerroisey «. p 13 Dec. 50 

George Fraser p 6 July 49 

Joseph Cha. Boss Grove 9 Sept. 51 
Duncan Macpherson .... p 25 June 52 
Wm.Geo.£TerardWebber p 23 Not. 52 
Fra. Cunningham Scott p 24 Not. 52 
Sir Peter A. Halkett, ^*. p 11 July 51 
Herbert Henry Moseley 3 June 53 
Bothes Lennox Dunbar., p 13 Jan. 54 

Bobert Whigham 6 June 54 

Ensigns. 
Marcus Hill ... 
John Wilson ..... 
Unisone Bhick . 
William Henry Crompton 
Adam Ferguson 
William Baird 
Thos. Aug. Forbes Leith . 



P 25 Sept. 35 
P30Jan. 35 
P 30 Mar. 38 
P 23 Aug. 39 
P13 Aug. 47 
P 15 Apr. 42 
P30 Aug.44 
P 3 May 50 
14 Apr. 46 
24 May 47 
P 12 Not. 47 
P 16 June 48 
p 17 Not. 48 
P 6 July 49 
P 23 July 52 

12 Oct. 52 

20 May 63 

p 20 May 53 

P 14 Oct. 51 

p 8 April 53 

p 13 Jan. 54 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

PlSAug. 54 

P 18 Aug. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Dec. 54 



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DRBV.-MAJ. 



5 Not. 41 20 June 54 
15 Apr. 42 20 June 54 

5 Sept. 43 20 June 54' 

6 Dec. 44 
P 17 Oct. 51 

8 June 52 
P 13 Jan. 54 
P30Dee 53 
6 June 54 
P28July54 
^ 4Aug.54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dee. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 



S (Tolonol Cameron served 
the Eastern campaign of 1854, 
and commanded the 43nd at 
the battles of the Alma and 
Balaklava,and sl<-se of Sebas* 
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7 June 54 

10 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 17 Aug. 54 
P18 Aug. 54 
P 17 Not. 54 

18 Not. 64 

Paynuuter.—Z, WheaUey, 12 Oct. 38 ; Ens,k, Adi. 20 July, 32 ; Lt.% Apr. 35. 

A4juJttad. — iMui. John Drysdale, 25 June 52. 

Quarter'Majgter. — ^William Wood, 6 May 54. 

5itrff«m.— John Gillespie Wood, M.D., 10 Dec. 47 ; Assiet.-Surg. 11 Jan. 39. 

ilJttftonN5uraeon«.-- William Alexander Mackinnon, 18 Feb. 53. 

William Alexander DaTidson, MD. 28 Mar. 54. 
Alexander Maclean, 7 April 54. 
Facings Blue,-^AgentSy Messrs. Cox& Co* 

noQclas aecompanied the Bzpedltion to Sonth America under Gen. Craufurd on the Quarter- 

lU^t^SmenTB BtalT, and was engaced In the attack on Buenos Ajres. Subsequently in the same capacity 
t»MMd<d to l^ukal with the Spedltion under Sir Arthur Wellesley : was senior officer of the Quarter- 
vJiMwS«D«nl'a DMiartment on the landing of the army ; and was present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, 
^!S^^S^!^dXponniomiMJ7 with the immand of a Regiment InlSOO : was present at the 
SlSf^tb. Do«n,.«id b^Ules of Bu«co,Fuente.d'Onor,8.^^ h^!/?J!r;^t:T.t*L^.*-Sr 



1 8ir J^ 



i of the 7th Portuguese Brigade, and commanded it in the battles of the Nifelle, 

Hi^OrthSTwidTouloaM (twice wounded, occasioning the loss of a leg). Sir James has rc^ifed the 
MA ol«r^diree ClMpsfor Boiaeo, Salamaaca, Pyreneei, NifeUe, NUe, Orthes, and Toulouse. 



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(Light InfantryJ) 

•* VH^IBRA.** <• CORUNNJL'* •' BU8A00." « FUBNTB8 D^ONOR," •• CIUDAD RODRIOO." <• BADAJOZ," 
«• 8ALAMANCA,- " ViTTORIA,- •• NIVBLLE." " NIVE," " TOULOUSE," •• PBNINtULA.- 

Col(mel,—9 James Fergosson.' CB. Ens. 20 Aug. 01 ; Lieut, 9 Feb. 04; Capi. 

I Dec. 06; M({jor,B Dec. 12; Lieta.-Col. 16 May, 14; CoU M July SO; 

Motor-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lteut.-Gen, 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 48rd Foot, 26 Mar. 60. 
Lieut.'ColoneU,^nenTj Skipwith,« :Em. p 24 Oct. 34; Lieut. p26 Jan. 39; 

Capt. P 6 Aug. 42; Mqj. p28 Feb. 51 ; Lt.-Col. p 17 Oct. 61 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
James Brown, J?n«. p 15 June 15; Lieut. 5 Oct. 20; Capt. 28 Sept. 30; 

Mqjor, 11 Feb. 42 ; Lt.-Col. 9 Nov. 46; Col. 20 June 64. 
Mqjors.—Hon. Percy Egerton Herbert',*. Sns. 17 Jan. 40; LietU. p 7 Sept. 41 ; 

Capt. P 10 June 46 ; Mqjor p 27 May 63; Brev. Lt.-Col. 28 May 53. 
George Talbot, Ene. 2 Feb. 26; Lieut. p9 Sept. 28; Capt. p3 Apr. 36; 

Brev. MoQ. 9 Nov. 46 ; Major^ 29 July 63 ; Brm>. Lt.^Col. 20 June 64. 



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Captains. 
James Maurice Primrose^ 
DawsonComellus Greene^ 
Fred. Sadleir Bruere^ . 
Fra. Hutchinson Synge • 
Thomas Hugh Cockbum 

WUliam Milnes^ 

Hbn.Henry Wm.C.Ward* 
Henry J. Parkin Booth^ 
William John DorehUl^. . 
William Da Vemet* .... 
John Geo. C. Disbrowe.. 
John Patrick Stuart . . . 

LXEUTBNANTS. 

John Francis Girardot^. 

TTofi. L. W. MiUesP 

Hon. Rich. Monck,^' ad^. 

Henry WUmot 

Francis George Stapleton^ 
Hugh Robinson^. . . . 
FiennesMlddleton Col vile 
Charles Reginald Mure^ 
Charles Calvert^ .... 
F. Charlesworth Kennedy* 
Robert Coke Glover i<» 
John Frederick Trydell 
Samuel Tomyns Sargent*^ 
Fred. Edward Medhurst". 
Arthur G.Bvelyn Morley" 

Richard Grace 

Robt. Maxwell Pakenham 
Henry Trafford Trafford »* 
John B. Bowes Elliott 

Ensigns. 
Wm. Stewart Richardson 
Hon. Arthur Em. Harris 
Herbert Johnes Berners 
Fred. Guy Eaton Glover 
Harry Armstrong Brett. 
Thomas Ceilings Maguire 



ENSIGN. 



6 Jan. 37 
P 3 July 40 
PllSept.40 
P 7 Sept. 41 
P 6 Mar. 40 
6 June 46 
P 19 June 46 

11 June 47 
P 16 Jan. S6 

22 Mar. 44 



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30 Dec. 38 



P 3 Sept. 47 
P 28 Apr. 48 
P 2 Mar. 49 
P 29 May 49 

30 Nov. 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 
P 14 Aug. 60 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P 14 Mar. 61 

18 Sept. 49 

P 18 Jan. 60 

23 Mar. 47 

18 May 49 

P 14 Jane 60 

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6 July 62 

31 Mar. 49 
P 13 Jan. 64 

23 Nov. 62 

14 April 64 

P 7 Jane 64 

P 9 Sept. 64 

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P 21 July 43 
P 9 June 46 

16 April 42 

25 Apr. 48 

P 9 Aug. 60 

P 9 Aug. 60 

10 Mar. 88 

29 Jan. 46 

2 Feb. 44 

8 Oct. 40 



CAPTAIN. 



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S LC-CokHoB. 
Percy Herbert 



4Srd In the Kafir 
war or 1SSI.SS. 
53, and was pro- 



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11 Apr. 48 
Pll Dec. 49 
P 9 Aug. 60 
P 17 Oct. 61 
9 Sept. 61 
7 Apr. 62 
P 27 May 63 

29 July 63 

11 Jan. 60 
P 18 Apr. 62 the ] 
P31 Mar. 48 p'IPJ'J*** - 

A UTai. KQ A.Q.M.O. tot 
4 Mar. ea SaddlTWoo, ia- 
clodtar tbe batUes of 
(vennded) 

■lege oTSebastopol, eoaaprislnf tte 
repalse of (be powerftil nrtie on 
the SeOi October. 

4 Captaina Prinroae, Oimcw, 
Bniera, Milnes, Hon. H. ^. 
C. Ward Booth ; Lleuts. SUpletMi, 
Robittion, Mure, and Calvert ; 
Paymaster ITCrca I Qoarteraaater 
Denton \ and AHlat.-Su>t. Mad- 
den, terred with the 43rd la tbe 
Kafir war of lSftt-U*ft3. 

6 Captain DorebUl aerred with 
The BuA in the battla of PoanlAr 
(Medal), and wasiererely woandc4 
on tha right tide of hl« breaic 

7 Lieut. Girardote 
detachment on board the J 
Amd, when wrecked off 
Point, Cape of Good Hopa, oa tlia 
night of the S6th Feb. IgSl. He 
■erred with the 43rd la the Kafir 
war of 185S.A>. 

e Hon. Lieut. MiUet MrredwiHi 
the 48rd in the Kaffir ea»p«ign of 
1851 .St. 



P 28 Feb. 51 
P 20 June 61 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 17 Oct. 61 

12 Mar. 62 

6 July 62 

P23Noyi62 

29 July 63 

29 July 63 
P17 Oct. 61 
P 6 Dec. 61 

23 June 52 
9 July 62 

24 Jan. 63 
26 April 63 

6 June 64 
P 8 Sept. 64 

6 June 64 
P 8 Dec. 64 

5 Capt. DA Vemet was on board (lie ill-flitcd Jliiwiy. 
■uide, when that ship was east awar on the Ai*<t»f ■ 
Isles, near Hamaon, in Nor. 1844»wtt)i d 



the 10th and SOth regis, on board, where he i 

for flfty-foar dajra aaironnded by Cannibals and 8ui«r> 

ing great priTationSf He served aftcrwarda with the 

50Ui in the eampaign on the Sntl^ (medal), an^ warn 

8 Sept. 64 present at Bnddiwal and AUwal, at which last he r«. 

OR a .;#• KA ceived a slight wound in the ri|^t kaee fiorn a grap*. 

iX> Aug. 04 shot, after which he was sererdV wounded in the left 
foot by the burating of a shdL 



Paywwwfer.— Herbert Taylor M'Crea/ 6 June 51 ; J?n«.2 Aug. 44 ; X#.17Dec.46. 

Adjutojd.^-^LieuJb. Hon. Richard Monck,** 6 July 62. 

Quarter'Mtuter. — Joseph Denton/ 16 Aug. 48. 

iSwr^«m.^Alexandep Barclay," M.D., 13 April 62; Assist.-Surg. 22 Dec 43. 

Amttant-Surgeons. — John Madden/ 2 Oct. 46. 

Robert Browne, 1 March 44. 

John Matthew Biddle, 3 June 63. 
Facings White. — Agentt, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

I Lieut.-General Fcifofson serred the eaaopalfn of 1606-9, ineladins the battles oi Yimiera and Corunna. Expedition to 
Waleheren In 1809. Peninsular eampsagns IVom Mareh 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, itM.iiuHt,g tbt psssace of «ie Coa, 
near Ahneida, battle of Buaaeo, aeUons at Pombal, Redinha, Miranda de Corro, Fos d'Arouee. and Saboaal t battle of 
Fucnies d'Onor. sieges and assaults of Cludad Rodrigo and Bad^Jos. battle of Salamanea. action of San Munoa, nacsare of 
the BIdsBSoa, battle of the NUelle, battles of the NItc on the 9th. 10th, Uth, 12th and ISth Dee. 1813; and Invntnent 
of Bayonne. Maior-Oeneral Fergusson has reeeWed lire wounds, tU., at Vimiera, sUghUj | at the storming of Ciodad 
Rodrigo. severely in the body and slightly in the foott at Badajos, slightly In the side by a spltoter of a sheH in the 
trenebes, and In the head at the assault. He has received the gold Medal for Badajos, u senior survlring Officer of the 
Light Division Storming Party i and he also serred In the Stormfasf Party at Ciudad Rodrigo and at the taking of the oat. 
works or that plaee Fort Reynard. He has also reeelved the silver War Medal with eight Clasps. 

S Lt.-CoU Skipwith commanded the 4Srd In the Kaffir war of lfl61.U.&a. 

14 Lieut. Tlralford served with the 61st in Bunnah, from Sept. 18»i to the end of the war, and was present wtOi Captain 

*••- ^....hment of four companies with Brigadier General Cheape's force during the whole of the sueeesafol opcnU<»rin 

r diitrlct, cndlDf la the amult and capture, on the lOth March 1863, of the stronghold of the Burmese ehie£ 

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Lt^CoL—Hm. Augustug Almeric Spencer, £»*. 6 Apr. 26 : Lt. v 6 Jalv 27 • 
Cb;.*. p 6 Apr. 81 ; Mqj. p 21 July, 43 ; Lt..m. 17 Maylto • ci/ 20 Jun« M 

'^^rM.''^JrpSt%f "°^''' ''r> -»«. 'Tilt: M- S!%i' 

Oct. 39 ; Capt. p 6 Sept, 44 ; Major, 7 Dec. 60. 
^S'^ M«^«3! *" """"• '"'' ^*^'- " '"'^- *«' <^«P'- ' 27 Feb. 46; 

^w'^oo^*''*.?-^"'-''*^"'-'*' ^^*- 28 Feb. 40; Ctpt. 17 May 46; 
Ma), 29 Dec. 64. -^ j » 



Captains. 
Andrew Browne* .... 

William Spring 

Fred. Sykes Daubeney^ 

Bowes Fenwick 

William Fanssett .... 

John Robinson 

John Stanley Howard . 
Hon, C. W. Herbert Agar 
GeorgeN. Micklethwaite* 

Astley Greene 

Godfrey Cooper 

Edward Oglo Streatfeild 
WUUam Hy. Mansfield. . 

Richard Preston 

Fnu Wm. Tho. Caulfeild 

LlEUTBNANTB. 

WUliam Fletcher 

Samuel Cooper 

Fred. Wm. Gregory .. 

Levett Thoroton 

Hofk, Henry Handcock 

Robert Baillie 

Bradford Smith Hoskins 
George Ingham 



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P 30 Apr. 41 
PSODec. 26 

20 Nov. 40 

P 29 Jan. 42 

7 July 48 

26 Oct. 42 
P 13 Oct. 43 
P80 Mar. 44 
P 10 Feb. 43 

24 Oct. 42 
P 27 June 46 
P 3 Oct, 46 
P 14 Nov. 46 
p27 Feb. 46 
17 Jan. 46 



Richard FltzRichard Eyre 
William Arthur Wood*. 

Michael Bradford* 

Francis John Hercy . . . , 

Alex. W. Cobham 

George Evatt Acklom . . 
Ensions. 

Joseph Logan 

Fra. Daliymple Walters 
Matthew Skinner Smith 
Arthur William Staveley 

Peter Mclnnis 

A.de Montmorcy . Fleming 
John Jennings Kendall . 
Thomas Orton Howarth 



P 6 Nov. 46 
P 24 Nov. 48 
^ 29 Dec. 48 
^ 16 May 61 
P 16 Sept. 61 
P 7 May 47 
P17 Aug. 62 
P 21 Mar. 61 
P 17 Aug. 62 
13 May 63 
P 30 Sept. 61 
P 28 Oct. 63 
P 2 Dec. 63 
<'13 Jan. 64 

P 3 Feb. 64 

6 June 64 

7 June 64 
16 June 64 

10 Aug. 64 

11 Aug. 64 
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29 Dec. 64 



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14 Oct. 42 
P 1 June 39 
P 13 May 42 
P 12 July 44 
P23 Aug. 44 
P 22 Dec. 43 
P 26 July 46 
P27 Feb. 46 

26 July 44 

17 May 46 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 28 Apr. 48 
P 24 Nov. 48 

10 April 49 

P21 Mar, 61 

P 6 Aug. 62 

24 Mar. 53 

P 2 Dec. 63 

P 13 Jan. 64 

P 26 Dec. 61 

P17 Feb. 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 

P 18 Aug. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 



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BRBy.-MAJ. 



p 8 Sept. 46 

16 Dec. 46 
P 28 Apr. 48 
P 24 Nov. 48 
P 23 Mar. 49 

30 Jan. 61 
P31 Jan. 61 
P 26 Mar. 63 
P 13 Jan. 64 

6 June 64 
P 4Ang. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

1 Cipt. Dsabenej i «rved wll b 
thefidtb in Cliina (Medal), and 
was present at the escalade and 
capture of Chin Ktang Poo, 
where he carried the Regl. 
mental Colour, which was shot 
in two places. 

8 Capt. Micklethwaite served 
with the 68rd in the campaign 
on the SuUcil in 1M6 (medal), 
and was present at Buddlwal, 
Aliwal, and Sohraon. 

6 Pajmaster Bennett served 
the campaign on the SutleJ in 
the 9th Foot (Medal). 

6 Capt. Brown, Lieats. Wood 
and Bradford, and AMist.-8arg. 
Gibbons were wounded before 
debMtopol in Oct. 18M. 



^4*S^?^XlS2/ ^^®**^'^°^**'*'^^ Oct.47; En$. p 26 July 87 ; i^ P 6 July 39. 
Qttorfer-ilfa^er.— Thomas Walsh, 27 Oct. 48. 
5ury«m.— James Mee, 6 May 64 ; AstUt.-Surg, 28 March 46. 
Amstani'Surgeona.—^oim Gibbons/ 7 June 60. 

Richard Lewise Butler, 7 April 64. 
Faeing8Ye\\om.-^AgenU, Messrs. C^x k Co. 



... £*?*!: ^«""«*y and Medhurst served with the 6lBt throughout the Burmese war of I8a2- on hn«rH 
the B. I. C. steam sloop 8tto»trU during the naval action and destrucUon ™ the ci'mii JrockrHn^on 
the Bangoon river; served during the succeeding three davs' operation 

ssjsxf^'iiiSeS:;'??*^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^ -^ ^ ^^ '^^ «<» ^^^^^^^^'^^u^^^^ 

B '? ^i*!?' ^^^ Md Sargent served with the Slit throughout the Burmese war of 1852 • on board tho 
E. I. a steam Mgate Ferooz during the naval action ani destruction of the eSemv'ssTockTderJn Ihe 
StS^n!*'' ^ ^^ ^ -ucceedlng three days' operations in the viclnlty^nd at the stiiTand cSJtl^; 

tiU'SlL^^i!S^TJf„Jl£ ***" S»8t throughout the Burmese war of 18fi8; on board the E. I. C. 
^-SSS ?^rf tSS iSL^Si °'Tk "''5''" ,*°^ destruction of the enemy'* stoikades on the Hangoon 

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river: 



»J7*1 M « J^*. V »uwjccum5 »nree aays' operauons in the V 
White Hofiue Bedoobt), and at the storm and capture of Rangoon. 

* im SEf'tS'S!! •JTm ^"i*'* *^*?' ^t' ^' ^»^7' »"d *n *hatof 1861-8-8. 
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** B ADAJOS"— " SAIrAM AHCA"— •* VlTTOM A"— « Pril»K«»8"--" NiVBLLB"— " OKTUM"— 

•* TouLousB"—" PwrmBULA'!.— " Ava." 
CoIoimZ.— 9 OB iSTtr Colin Halkett/ GCB. QCH. Lieut.-Col. 17 Nor. 1803; 

Col. 1 Jan. 12; Mqjor-Gen. 4 June 14; Lt.-Oen. 22 July 30; Gen, Not. 

46; Cot 45th Regt. 12 July 47. 
Lieut.-ColaneL^aeiay Cooper,' i^/u. p 26 Feb. 29 ; lAeut. v 5 Apr. 31 ; Capt, 

P 13 Nor. 35 ; Mqjor, 10 Sept. 45 ; LL-Col. 19 July 48; Col. 28 Not. 54. 
3f<t;or«.— William R. Preston, JBns. P24 Sept. 29; LUut. P22 Feb. 33; Capt, 

P 18 Oct. 39 ; M(0ar, 19 July 48. 
Henry John Shaw, Bm, P23 Mar. 38; Lieut, p 7 June 39; Capi. p 1 July 

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Captains. 
John Butler Wheatatone 
Geo. A. L. Blenkinsopp* 

Robert Bates* 

Henry Woodbine Parish* 
Stephen Bilton Gordon 
Henry Downe Griffith 

Robert MUler 

Rob. Beckford Johnstone 

James M'Crea* 

Henry Leach* 

Trevor Goff* 

Fred. Robert Grantham* 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

George Staepole Coxon* 

Arthur Smyth 

Geoige Lament Hobbs.. 
Charles Lewis Griffin, 8. . . 
Robert Graham Howard* 
Drury Rich. Barnes, a<^'. 
William Hodnett Rowland 
John C. Craigie Halkett,r. 

Alexander Walker • 

Henry Lucas 

Thomas Aug. Bnrrowes 
Henry Safe Willoughby 
£. Gambler Eliot Atherley 
Richard Blair... 
Richard Grey... 
Ensionb, 
George Champagne Close 
James Alexander Stubbs 
John Ingle Preston . . . 
Fred. Wm. Swann Webber 
Cauiaeld Fra. Beamish . 
Rouse Douglas Douglas. 
William John Saul ... 
Adam Perry 



ENSIGN. 



1 May 21 

P 4 Sept. 35 

6June34 

P 9 Mar. 39 

7 June 39 

13 June 30 

21 May 42 

27 May 42 

23 May 42 

P 22 July 42 

P25July 45 

P 6 Feb. 46 

P 29 Mar. 44 

P 9 Dec. 45 

29 Jan. 47 

19 Mar. 47 

P2d Apr. 47 

P 7 Apr. 48 

P 2 Aug. 48 

P 23 Feb. 49 

1 Aug. 48 

P 22 June 49 

25AprU51 

P17 June51 

P23NOV.52 

P18Mar.53 

22 Apr. 53 



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31 Mar. 26 

P31 May 39 

P25 Dec. 38 

15 Apr. 42 

15 Apr. 42 

6 Apr. 36 

P 29 Mar. 44 

10 Sept. 45 
P30Aug. 44 

15 Oct. 45 
P 7 Apr. 48 
P22June49 

29 Jan. 47 
P 1 Aug. 48 
P 22 June 49 
P 3 Aug. 49 
P23May 51 
P22 Aug. 51 
P 29 Oct. 52 
P 4 Not. 63 
6 June 54 
6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 15 Sept. 54 
P13 0CL 54 

17 Not. 54 
P17 Not. 54 



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20 June 54 
22 Dec. 48 



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16 Not. 41 
P29Mar.44 

15 Oct. 45 
P 6 Feb. 46 

19 July 48 
P20Oct. 43 
P 29 Oct 52 
P 4NOT.53 
6 June 54 
P 4 Aug. 54 
P 15 Sept. 54 
P 13 Oct. 54 



4 M^Jor Blenkintopp lerr^d 
the Kaffir campftign of 1S47 ; 
and ho commanded Ihe de** 
tachmont of the 45th Ragiment 
In the action with and defeat of 
the Rebel Boert at Boem Plaau 
(South Africa) 89th Aog. 1848. 

6 CapUlns liatea, M'Crea, 
Leach, QotT, and Orantbam, 
serred the Kaffir campaign of 
1846-7. 



8 Lieut. Howard was proient In the aeiion 
with the Insurgent Boon at Boem Plaata. 



P 4 Not. 53 
6 June 54 
16 June 54 
P18 Aug. 54 
14 July 54 
P 15 Sept. 54 
P 13 Oct 54 
P17NOT.54 
Paymaster. — Monkhonse Qraham Taylor^ 26 Aug. 36; Sfu. PlO Jone, 13; 
A(yutant.^Lieta. Drury Richard Barnes, 17 Not. 54. [Lieut. p5 Sept. 22. 
Quarter- Jlfoi^er.— Richard PowerJ^^S May 47. 

Surgeon. — Francis Robert Waring/ 15 Dec. 45 ; Assist. -Surg. 8 May, 35. 
Assist.'Surffeons.—John Phillips Cunningham, M.D. 13 April 52. 
Charles Parke Allen, M.D. 5 May 54. 
Facings Qreen.^^Agents, Messrs. Price and Boustead. 

1 Sir Colin Halkett haa recelred the gold eroasfor Albnhen, Sahunanea, Yittoria, and thepaaage of the 
NiTO, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 



9 Ueut.-Col. Ck)oper serredjtho Kaffir campaign of 1846. 
campaign of 11 
45lh Begt, a detachment Cape H. Rifles, and 900 Zulus, sent trom Natal to aid U^iot Warren In the 



8 Capt Parish served the Kaffir campaign of 1848-47 (Ifedal). Was In command of two companies of 

^5lh Begt., a detachment Cape H. Rifles, aad 900 Zalus. sent f" *' 

sovereignty, from Aug. 1851 to Jniy 18fiS. 

Lieut. Coxon served in the Orange hiver Borereignty, cape or Good Hope, in 18AI, w 
dangerously wounded (shot through both thighs) In an encounter with Boers and Hottentots. 

9 Surgeon Waring served the Kaffir campaign of 1847. 

10 Quarter-Master Power served with the 60th Riflet in the Kaffir War of 1851-8 and 8. 



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"DOMINICA." 
a>/<m*7.— Jolin Lysaght Peimefether,* CB. Cor. 14 Jan. 18; LU 20 Feb «>3. 

aip^.6Nov.26; Jlfiy . 22 March 31 ; Lt,^CoL 18 Oct. 39; Col. 19 June 

46; Mqj.^Gen. 20 June 64 j Col. 46th Foot, 19 Nov. 64 «» June 

i«jiiJ.-Oe^.— ipRobert Garrett,' KH. Ens. p 6 Mar. 1 1 ; Lf. 3 Sept. 12 : Cant p 7 

July 14; Af^- P19Sept.26; ^r.-X^.Co/.23Nov.4i ; X/.-cS^ieMaVi^ . 

COfr* 20 Jane 64* "^ ' 

David Fyffe,^. p11 June 36j Zi«u*. 2 Apr. 41; Capt. PIC May 46: 
JuCffOTf " 10 Dec. 63. ' 

Ap^ut George Vegey, En^. P29 May 36; ^XiW. p25 Aug. 87; Capt P22 July 
42 ; Breo.'Mep. 20 June 54 ; Major, 29 Dec. 64. ^ > ^ y 



Captains. 
Arthur Wombwell .... 
Colin Fred. Campbell 
AlgemonRobertGarrettyf. 
Robert William Piper 

Waiiam Hardy* 

John Edward Lyons . , 
James George Clarke 

Albert Nicholas 

Henry Fuller Sandwitb . . 
Chas. Robert Shervinton^ 
George Fred. Dallas" 
Charles 8. M< Alester . 
WUliamReginaldHesketb 
John Augustus Fane . . . 
Alfred Henry Waldy ... 
Lieutenants. 

Richard Lluellyn 

Frank John Curtis 

Thomas Douglas Forde. 
Nicholas Dunscombe. . . 
George Henry Knapp' . 
William Thomas Waldy 
Tbo. John Barlow Connell 
Han. Wm. Henry Herbert 
George Morland Hutton 
Richard Coote 
Heo.CarrWm. Hamond 

Henry Lawson 

Edw. Hawker Helyar* 

Ensigns. 
Edward Townshend* . • 
Tbos. Geo. B. Atkinson 
Percy Malcolm Jones 
John Uomdon Messenger 
Richard Edward Brookes 
Edw. John Dumaresq . . 
John Spencer Churchill . . 



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3 Mar. 43 
26 Apr. 44 
P 6 Dec. 44 
P 30 Oct. 41 
20 May 42 
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P 6 Nov. 46 
P21 July 48 
P 19 Oct. 49 
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15 Dec. 49 
P 22 Nov. 60 
P 16 Oct. 62 
P 23 Nov. 62 
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P 22 Apr. 53 
23 Nov. 62 
Pll June 62 
P 28 Oct. 63 
Pll Nov. 63 
P 20 Jan. 64 
P 3 Feb. 64 
P 4 Feb. 64 



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6 June 64 

14 July 64 
P 26 May 64 

16 Sept. 64 
P 29 Sept. 54 

16 Dec. 64 



P 6 Nov. 46 

22 Feb. 47 

P 13 Aug. 47 

26 Apr. 44 

6 July 46 

P28 Apr. 48 

PIO Nov. 48 

P 23 Apr. 62 

31 Dec. 62 

P 1 Apr. 63 

P 28 Oct 53 

P 16 Dec. 63 

P 20 Jan. 54 

P 3 Feb. 54 

6 Juno 54 

6 June 54 

P 24 Mar. 54 

P 25 Aug. 64 

15 Sept. 64 

22 Sept. 64 

8 Dec 54 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Deo. 54 



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P 8 May 46 
P 13 Aug. 47 
P 28 Apr. 48 
P 23 Apr. 62 
P 12 Oct. 52 
P 16 Dec. 53 
P 20 Jan. 64 
P 28 Apr. 64 
6 June 64 

22 Sept. 54 
P 22 Sept. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64* 

3 Colonel Garrett served 
in the Peninsula wiUi the Gth 
Division in 1811, and with the 
4th Division In 18 12 and 1 S, and 
was present In all the actions, 
sieges, and smaller affairs in 
which those two Divisions were 
respectively engaged from 
Puentes d'Onor in May 1811, 
until the end of 1819, when he 
was sent to England Ibr re- 
covery from his wounds. He 
received two wounds at the 
attack of the Forts at Sala- 
manca, on which occasion the 
command of the Light Com- 
pany of the Queen's and some 



Artillery devolved upon him, 
he being the only surviving officer of the 
column he attacked with ; and he was again 
severely wounded in the Pyrenees. He lias 
received the War Medal with four clasps for 
Puentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria, and 
Pyrenees. 

7 Surgeon Webb served with the lOtfa Regt. 
throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, 
Including the whole of the siege operations be- 
fore, and surrender of Mooltan, and battle of 
Goojerat (Medal and two CUsps). 

Paymaster.^HenTy Wm'. Sibley, 27 Oct. 64 ; Ens. 17 Oct. 45 ; X^. 9 Feb. 48. 
Aiffutant. — Lieut. 

Quarter-Afaster.-^eorge Sanderson, 28 April 54. 
Stargeon.-'Yere Webb,' 28 March 64 ; Assist.-Surg. 13 Oct. 43. 
As9istant-Sttrgeons.-^ChtLTlei Carroll Dempster, 6 May 54. 
Ralph Robert Scott, 28 July 64. 
John Duffio, 28 July 64. 
Facings YeWoxr.— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
rJ *"!*'-0«>e»«I Pennefaiher served In Sir Charles Napier's campaign in S<inde, and commanded the 
'e&atiy Brigade at the battle of Meeanee (Medal), and was shot through the body : he was also at the 
,*J2«* *^*'** ^"^ ®^ Imaumghur. Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1834, In command of 
» Bngid s In the 2nd division attiie battle of the Alma and siege of Sebastopol (including the repulse of the 
icvenal lonle on the Mth October), and In command of the division at and after the battle of Inkerman 
■MseltiUfd voder himX 

8 Cs^in Hardy served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and commanded the detachment of two comna- 
^««th Foot at the battles of the Alma, Baiaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded in right shoulder), 

s •i*gB of Sebaacopol. 
^•^PWn Bhervinton, Lleuts. Knapp, Helyar (wounded at Inkerman), and Townshend, served the 
^^^^"V*™V*'S° of 1864, including the battles of the Alma, Baiaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of 

W Caputa Dallas served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, Including the siege of Sebastopol nnd battle 
oiiGkeittsa, vbvre he succeeded to the command of the two companies 4eih Rpgt. 

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47 th ( The Lancashire) Regt. of Foot. {i^.^'tiJS!^^. 

"TARIFA — "VITTORIA"— "ST. SEBASTIAN"—" PENINSULA"— " AVA." 
C02(me2.—V fi® James Shaw Kennedy/ CB. Era, 18 Apr. 05; X^.SSJan.OG; 

Capt, 16 July 12; Mqjor, 18 June 16 ; LL-Col, 21 Jan. 19 ; CoL 10 Jan. 37 ; 

3fq;.-G«n.9Nov.46; X/.-Gen. 20 June 64; CoZ. 47th Foot, 27 Aug. 64. 
Lieut.'CoL—Wm, O'Grady Haly, Ens. p17 June, 28 ; Lt. p19 July, 31 ; Capt. 

P25 Apr. 34; Mig. p 19 May, 46; Lt.-Col. f 27 Dec. 60; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 
Mqjora. — Richard T. Farren, Ens. 30 May 34 ; Lieut. 31 Jan. 40 ; Capt. 

3 Jan. 45; MqjoTj P27 Dec. 60 ; Brev. Lieut.-Col. 12 Dec. 64. 
Charles F. Fordyce, Ens. 17 Feb. 88 ; Lieut. 3 July 40; Capt. p 30 Jan. 46; 

Mqjor, P 12 Oct. 62. 
John Lardner,* Ens. 6 Sept. 22 ; Lieut. 12 July 25 ; Capt. 2 June 40 ; Brec- 

MaJ. 1 1 Nov. 61 ; MaJ. 29 Dec. 64. 



Captains. 

James Villiers 

Robert William Lowry . . 
Henry Call Lodder . • • . 
Henry Meade Hamilton 
John Henry Lowndes . . 
Chas. Courtenay Villiers 
Wm. Fred. Aug. Rooke 
George Wm. Armit .... 

William Sankey, s 

Thomas Roper 

Nathaniel George Philips 

Charles Elgee 

Chas. Aldersey Stevenson 
Richard George Ellison 
Fitz William Fred. Hunter 
Sampson Pilkington .... 

Lieutenants. 
James Armar Lowry .... 
! Henry J. Buchanan, a^j 

Jasper Lucas 

' John Gittens Maycock • . 
I Hon. Bernard M. Ward 
John Sherwood Gaynor . . 

j Charles Finnerty 

John Jas. Chas. Irby . . . . 

I Thomas Palmer 

I Henry Bowles Geo. Stokes 
Grainville Waddilove 

Ensigns. 
Edward Croker .... 
James Arthur Bloomfield 
Brownlow North Gamier 
Richard Parker Hawkes 
W. Camegy de Balmhard 
James Mui*ray Straton 
Oliver Gaspaitl DeLancey 
Wm. C. Rodney Mylius 



ENSIGN. 



P 31 Dec. 39 
P 29 Dec. 40 
P 16 Jan. 41 
P 9 Aug. 39 
p 13 July 41 
P 12 May 43 
P 23 Aug. 44 

29 Jan. 46 
P 19 Apr. 44 
P 30 Jan. 46 
P 19 May 46 

14 Apr. 46 

P 25 Dec. 47 

P 18 Feb. 48 

P 21 July 48 

3 Jan. 46 

P 18 Sept. 49 
P 14 June 60 
P 23 June 48 
p 2 June 43 
P 12 July 60 
P 15 Oct. 50 

25 Oct. 
P 17 Jan, 
P 14 Feb. 
P 23 Jan. 



60 
61 
51 
52 
P 23 Nov. 62 



P 24 Sept. 41 
12 May 43 
P 19 Apr. 44 
P 26 Oct. 41 
3 Jan. 45 
P 30 Jan. 46 
P 13 July 47 
P24 Dec. 47 
p 8 Aug. 46 
P 24 Dec. 47 
P 21 July 48 
P 18 Feb. 48 
P 19 Apr. 60 
P 14 June 50 
P 14 June 50 
26 Oct. 50 



5 Dec. 51 
15 July 63 

5 Sept. 49 
4 Apr. 45 

p 10 Feb. 54 

6 June 54 
6 June 64 
8 Oct. 64 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 



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p 24 Dec. 47 
P 18 Feb. 48 
P 19 Sept. 48 
Pll May 49 
P 4 Sept. 49 
P 27 Dec. 60 
P 24 Jan. 51 
P 12 Oct. 62 
P27 Apr. 49 
6 June 54 
P24 Nov. 54 
29 Dec. 54 

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P 10 Feb. 54 
6 June 54 
P2l July 54 
P24 Aug. 54 
P 25 Aug. 54 
P 3 Nov. 54 
24 Nov. 54 
15 Dec. 641 
Paymaster. — ^John Andrew Pope, 24 March 54. 
A(ffutant, — Lieut. Henry James Buchanan, 7 June 64. 
Quarter-Master.— WilhBm Mcintosh, 25 Sept 46. 
5ur^.— William Walter Weld, 3 Mar. 64 ; Assist.-Surg. 20 Jan. 43. 
Assistant-Surgeons.— WiWiBm Alexander White, M.D. 18 Oct. 53. 
Samuel Athanasius Cusack, 7 April 54. 
Henry Grange, 1 Sept. 54. 
Facings White. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Lleui«-General Shaw Kennedy Mrved with the 4drd at the sJe^ of Copeuhagen and battle of Kfo^ 
tn 1807. In the Peninsula from 1808 to IdlS inclusive, and was firesent at the action of the Coa. siege and 
capture of Ciudad Rodrigo and of Bad^ox, and buttle or Salamanca, for which ho has receiTrd the War 
Medal with three clasps. Served aUo the campaign of lbl5, including the battles of Quatre Bras and 
Waterloo. 

8 Major Lardner served in the Burmese war from Dec. 1824 until peace was proclaimed (Medal). 

*«* Tbe following officers served the Eastera campaign of 1854, including the battles in IheCrimea and siege 
of Sebastopol, viz. :— Col. Haly (severely wounded at Inkerman). Lt.- Col. Farren, Mcyors Fordyce (wounded 
lit Alma), Lardner Hamilton and Sankey, Captains J. Villiers, Lowry, Lodder, Lowndes, C. C. YiUiers, 
Kooke, Philips (severely wounded at Alma), Stevenson, Ellison, and Hunter, Lieuti. Buchaaaaa Lucas, 
Maycock (wounded at Alma), Irby, Palmer, Stokes, and Waddilove (wounded at Inkermao), Paymaster 
Pope, Quarter-M aster Mintosh, Assist.-Surgeons White and Cusack. 



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CoUmel,'-'^ Sir Jamea Henry ReynetV KCH. Etis. 25 Nov. 99 ; Lt, 14 March, 
00; Capt, 24 March, 04 ; Mqj. 8 April, 13 ; LU-Col. 1 June, 14; CoL 22 JuJy 
30 ; Mqj,' Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt,-Gen. 1 1 Nov. 61 ; Col, 48th Foot, 26 Nov. £0. 

Lieut.-Colonel.—Eei^amin Riky, jBtm. p9 Nov. 30; X*. 80 May, 84; Capt, 
PSSept. 38 ; Br.-Mqf. 11 Nov. 61 ; Mqj. P20 Feb. 62; Lt.-CoL p 13 Dec. 63. 

Mqjor9. — Georjre Mowbray Lys,' Em, 2 Mar. 28 : Lieut. 20 Dec. 81 ; Cctot, 
19 Dec. 46 ; -flfq/or, 27 Dec. 62. ^ 

Andrew Green, Ens. 12 Jan. 38 ; Lieut, p 3 Apr. 40 : Capt. p 2 Apr. 47 ; Mafor. 
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Captains. 
Alfred Angnstos Chapm&n 

Frederick West 

Cam Sykes 

Fted. Geo. Tho. Deshon^ 
Magnns F.Morton Herbert 
Oliver Matthew Latham 
Robert Blakeney, 9. ... 
Edw. Joseph Thackwcll^ • 

James Mancor 

William Henry Caimes. 
Wm. Robert Williamson 
Wm. R. Chnrchlll Spencer 

LiBUTENANTS. 

Richard Morgan Hall 
Rob. Edw.Coote Colthnrst 
John Richard Lovett . . 
Henry William Knight . . 

H.G.£arIeWeIby,« 

Frederick John Castle .. 
Horatio N. Rippen, d.pm 
Bache Harpnr Heathcote 
Fra. Constantlne Trent • . 

John Bedingfeld 

Henry R. Hoghton Gale 
Hon. R. John Handcock 

Edward Feneran 

Edm. Garland Home, a^f. 
Arthur George Wyse. • . • 
Ensigns. 

Richard £yre..« 

Ernest Christian Wilford 
James Tarrant Ring • • • 
George Stewart Nuttfog 
John Godfrey Day . . . 
Henry Francis Brooke . 
Dennis James Connor . 

James Farquhor 

WUlian Gumming 

Paymaster, 

Adljutant.' 



ENSIGN. 



20 May 42 
Pll Aug. 43 
P 17 Jan. 46 

29 Dec. 37 
P 30 Dec. 46 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P 3 Nov. 46 
2 Sept. 46 
6 July 44 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 6 Dee. 43 

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Pdl Dec. 47 
P26 May 4^ 
P28NOV.46 

13 Oct. 48 
P 13 Apr. 49 

30 Mar. 49 
P 18 Apr. 46 
P 21 Aug. 49 
P 18 Sept 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 
P 16 Feb. 60 
P 16 Aug. 60 
P 14 Mar. 61 j 
P 12 Dec. 61 
P 14 May 62 



P 17 Jan. 46 
P 29 Jan. 47 
P 2 Apr. 47 
6 Jan. 41 
P31 Dec. 47 
P 13 Apr. 49 
P 10 Sept. 47 
P 29 Dec. 46 
P20July 47 
P 3 Aug. 49 
17 Nov. 48 
P24 Oct. 46 

Pll Dec. 49 
P 28 Dec. 49 
P 2 Mar. 47 
P 2 Aug. 60 
P 6 Dec. 60 
P 7 Mar. 61 

20 Apr. 49 
P20 Feb. 62 
P 2 Apr. 62 

27 Dec 62 

P 18 Feb. 63 

P 3 Mar. 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 



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P 13 Apr. 49 
P 3 Aug. 49 
P 28 Dec. 49 

30 Nov. 49 
P 2 Aug. 60 
P 20 Feb. 62 
P 2 Apr. 62 
P 2 Apr. 62 

27 Dec. 62 
P 13 Dee. 63 

6 June 64 
P 1 Oct. 60 



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S Hsjor Lyi, and Fsfinutsr 
M <MuUen w«re preMut st th« 
attaek and eaptart of Ck>orf , 
in the Bait Indies, In Apxfl* 
1884. 



4 Capt. Tliaekwell terred ae Aide-de-Canp 
to Sir Joseph Thackwell In the seoono SeiUi 
campaii^, and was present at the battles of 
CnlliiaawaUah and Ooqjerat, and in the actios 
of fiadoolapore» where the army of ShereSin^h 
was repulsed with great loss bj a small British 
detachment (Medal and Clasps). 



P 17 Dec 62 

18 Feb. 63 

Pll Mar. 63 

P 13 Dec. 63 

I 1 John Godfrey Day . . . . P 3 Mar. 64 

6 June 64 
P 8 July 63 
P 24 Aug. 64 
8 Dec. 64 
•Edward M'Mullen,» 16 Oct. 60; Quarter-Master, 17 Nov. 48. 
Lieut. Edmund Garland Home, 14 July 64. 
Quarter-Master.— ^BB. Anderson, 16 Oct 60 ; Ens. 19 Feb. 47 -, Lt. 24 Jan. 60. 
Surgeon. — Geo. Aug. Fred. Shelton, M.B. 6 May 64 ; Assist.-Surg. 3 Jan. 46. 
Assist.-Surgeans. — Patrick M'Dermott, 2 Jan. 62. 

William Hemphill, M.D. 14 Ja1y64. 
Pacings Biifil — Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 

a Eejrnett served with the 5Snd on the expedition against Ferrol in 1800, aftd was present at 

tlw actloo before that place. Appointed to the Quarter-Master-OeneraVs staff npon the army enterinf 
Spsfai in KoT. 18U6; present at Luao, the affUrs upon the retreat to Corunna, and also at the battle of 
Coranoa. lU'cppointed to the Quarter-Master-Oeneral's stuff In Portugal, in April 1800; present at the 
*ftifs prerloae to and at the passage of the Oouro, and capture of Oporto; afikir of Salamonde, batllcfl of 
TiLirera and Busaeo, aflhirs opoa the retreat to the lines before Lisbon, and subsequently in 181 1 at those 
•poa the advance from thence, at Pombal, Rpd.niia. Sabugal, and Foa d'Arouce ; also at the battle of 
nmttes d*Onor. He hat teoeiTed the War Medal with four Clasps. 

t Capt. Deshon served with the 23nd in Scinde, and was present at the battle of Hyderabad (Medal). 
Hs lerrcd also the eampalfn in the Southern Mahratu Country In 1844-6, and was present at the invest- 
Kicst sad capture of the Forts of PanuUa and Pownghar, ae also in the operations against the Forts of 
*«aMha» and Xonsuatofh ia tilt Southern Consaa* e 8 



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"EGMOXT-OP-ZEE"— ••COPENHAGEN"— "QUEEN8T0WN."— "CHINA/* TfteDraf^im." 
Colonel,--''^ Wi Sir Edward Bowater/ KCH. Em. 81 Mar. 04 ; LUk. Capt. 

23 Aag. 09; Capt. & Lt.-Col. 25 July, 14 ; Col. 12 Oct. 26; Maj-Gen. 10 

Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Gen. 20 June 54 ; Col. 49th Foot, 24 Apr. 46. ' 
LUut.-Colonel. — John Thornton Grant,* J?n«. 28 Apr. 28; ZM2 Nov. 30 ; Capt. 

30 July 42; Bretet^Maj. 20 June 54; Mqj. 29 Oct. 54; Brev. Lt.-Col. 12 ' 

Dec. 54 ; Lt.Col. 22 Dec. 54. 
Mqjors.—Wm. Henry Clinton Baddeley,' Ens. i»ll Oct. 89 ; Lieut. P 7 Sept. 41 ; ' 

Capt. P 9 June 46 ; Mq;. 6 Nov. 54. ■ 

Chas. Stuart Glazbrook/4. Ens. p7 Sept. 41 ; Lieui.9 27 Dec. 42; Capt. P25 ' 

Aug. 46; Brev.'Maj. 12 Dec. 54; MaJ. 22 Dec 54. 
Lachlan H. G. Maclean,? Ens. 26 Dec. 84 ; Lieut. 31 Aug. 38 ; Capt. 25 Feb. i 

48; MaJ. 2d Dec. 54^ 



Captains. 
JamesWellaA rmstrong'jj. 

Thomas White 

John Hynde King 

Cadwallader AdamB^«.. . 
Wm. Whitaker Maitland 
M.W.DelaPoer Beresford 

Herbert Rocke 

William Bellairs 

John Nason 

James Wm. Dewar .... 
John Aug. Conolly* .... 
Faushawe Wm. Goatling 
George Henry Lamb. . . . 

Richard D. Astley 

Lieutenants. 
Edward Le Marchant . . 
William Watts Corban.. 
Walter Robert Corbet .. 
T. P. St. Geo. Armstrong 

William Earle 

Geoi'ge Rochfort 

John Hopkina 

Charles FitzGerald . . . 
George Kemp Chatfleld. 

William Young 

Charles Edgar Gibson . . 
John Ramsay Maule . . . 
Henry Dalton Scoones . 

Patrick Cahill,'o 

Ensigns. 
Thomas Fox Eustace. . . 
Harry Denham T. Savary 
Henry James Davies 
Henry Gordon Rogers 

William Madan 

Frederick Powell .... 



BNSION. 



P 18 Aug. 43 
7 Dec. 15 

25 June 44 
P 2 Sept. 45 
Pie May 45 

24 Feb. 43 
P 23 May 45 
P 8 May 46 
9 May 46 
P 7 July 46 
P 25 Feb. 48 
P23 May 48 
P 15 Dec. 48 
P 20 Apr. 49 

P 12 Apr. 50 

P 12 July 50 

P 22 Nov. 50 

31 Jan. 51 

P 17 Oct. 51 

P 12 Dec. 51 

P 22 Apr. 53 

P 27 Jan. 54 

P 3 Feb. 54 

P 3 Mar. 54 

P 12 May 54 

7 Juno 54 

7 July 54 

10 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 25 Aug. 54 
P 10 Nov. 54 

1 Dec. 54 

14 Dec. 54 

15 Dec. 54 



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P 29 Nov. 44 
P25 Aug. 24 
P 7 July 46 
P23 Mar. 47 
P 15 Dec. 48 

19 Dec. 44 
P 20 Apr. 49 
P July 49 
P 4 Sept. 49 
P 12 Apr. 50 
P 26 Apr. 50 
P 8 Nov. 50 

20 Jan. 51 
P 21 Feb. 51 



CAPTAIN. 



20 Jan. 51 

5 Oct. 38 
P 14 Oct. 51 
P 5 Dec 51 
P 3 Feb. 54 

6 June 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P 15 Sept. 54 

29 Oct. 54 
6 Nov. 54 
22 Dee. 54 
29 Dee. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 



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12 Dec. 54 . 

11 Nov. 51 

12 Dec 54 



S Ifi^or Baddeler served with • 
the 49th in Chliu (Medal) and was ' 
present at Amoy, Cbasaa (tad cap- i 
lure), Nincpo, 8«co«a, ChapoOt 
Woosnnff, and Chin Klainf Poo. at 
which last he was twice ^ 
once daaferously by a bi 
firaetared the Mgh bone. 



P 3 Dec. 52 

P 3 Feb. 54 

P 3 Mar. 54 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

11 Aag. 54 

P 18 Aug. 54 

29 Oct. 54 

6 Nov. 54 

6 Nov. 54 
8 Dec 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec 54 

22 Dec 54 

7 M«ior Maclean serrwl with the 49th throofh' 
out the war with China (medal), and was pre- 
sent at the flrst Uklng of Chusan. stom and eaptnre 
of the heights above Canton, attack and captnre of 
Amoy. second capture of Chusan. atuck and ca|»Cttre 
of the helffhts of Chlnbae, occupation of Nincpo and 
repulM of the night attack, attack and captor* of 
Chapoo. Woosnair, ab<1 ^i**** Klang Poo. 



9 QuartefBMster Anderson serred with'the 4Mi 
Regt. in China (Medal). 

PaymflT^fCT-.— Henry Seymour Mlchell," 9 April 47 ; Ens. P22 May 35; Lieut, 

[22 Mar. 39. 



Adjutant. — 
1 Quarter-Master. — John Henry Anderaon,® 30 June 54. 
16 Surge<m.-—Zohn DaWes, 27 Oct. 48 ; Assist. -surg. 22 Nov. 39. 
1 Assistant Surgeons. — James Hannan, 7 April 54. 
1 John Holmes Jephson, M.D. 7 April 54. 

Facifigs Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir Bdward Bowater served with the Snl Guards, at the siege and taking of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; and subse^ently in 
the Peninsula from Dee. 1808 to Nor. 1800. and again ftam Dee. 1811 to the end of that war in 1814. including the passage of 
the Dour^ and taking of Oporto, battle* of Talavera and Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, bMtic of Vitteria, 
siege of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidaisoa, and battle of the Nlve ( Mayor's house). Served also the campaign of I81S, 
including the battles of Quatre Bras and Wateiloo. Wounded at TaUvera, and again at Waterioo. Sir Bdward has 
rfceWed the War Medal and Ave clasps for Talavera, Salamanca, Vitloria, Nivelle, and Nlve. 

9 Lt-Col. Grant, and Paymaster Michcll, served throughout the whole of the operations in China (Medal), commnelng 
wJjh the flrst Uking of Cbussn, and terminating with the demonstratltm before Nankin, including the storm and 
capture of the heights above Canton, attack and capture of Amoy. second capture of Chusan, attack and capture o f the 
heighU of Chinhae. oceupaiion of Nlngpo, repulse of the night attack on Nlngpo, attack and capture of the cnemjTs 
eauenched camp on the hclghu of Segoan, attack and capture of Chapoo, Woosung, and Chin Kisag Poo. Lt-Cnl. Onnt 
was wounded at Chin Klang Poo. 

4 M«Jor Glasbrook serred the Eastern eampaltn of 18M as D.A.Q.M.O. to the tnd Division, including the bataet of 
the Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (seversljr wounded). 

5 Mijor Armstrong served the Eastern campaign of 18)4, as a Brigade Major In the tnd Dlvlsioo, ioetadinf th« 
battles at the Alma and Inkerman. and siege of Sebastopol. 

8 Major Adams served the Eastern eampaign of 1854, as Atde-J«*Caap to Oaaeral Adams, iacludlng tlM YtMtH of ihv 
Alma and Inkerman (wounded), and lege of Sebastopol. 



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rh« 8phin» with the wordf ** EGYPT »*—*«VIMIEBA»»—" C0RUirNA"—"ALMAaA2 "— 
Yflan'Serv. " VITTOIIIA "— " PYRENEES"—" NI VE "-" ORTHES"^" PENIN8ULA"-"PUNNIAR " 
•* MCX)DKEE"-" FER0ZE8HAH»'-" AUWAL"-"SOBRAON." rvsiSil^a 

CoUmel^Sir Richard England,* KCB., KH., £hu. 26 Feb. 08; Lieut. 1 June 

09; Capt. 11 Jane 11 ; Mqjor, 4 Sept, 28 ; Lt.-CoL 29 Oct. 25 : CoU 28 

June 38; Mtyor-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; CoL 50th Foot, 20 Sept. 54. 
Lieut.' CoUmeh—VdchAT^ Waddy,* Em. 17 Aug. 32; Lt, 4 May 

NoY.41 ; Mqjor^ 14 Feb. 52; Lt.-Coh 3 March 54. 
itfiyor*.— John Lucaa WiIton,» Ens. p 13 Mar. 27 : Liexit. 16 Mar. 32 ; Cant. 15 

July 45 ; Mqjin-y p 28 May 52. ' ^ 

John Olaus Mollcr, Efu. 18 June 41 ; Lieut, p 8 Feb. 43: Capt. p30 Dec. 45 ; 

Jlf<yor, 3 March 54. ' 

Henry Edwin Weare/ *. .Kiw. 22 Oct. 41 ; Lieut. P22 Dec, 43 : Capt. p 26 May 

48; Brev.-Maj. 12 Dec. 54; Major, 29 Dee. 54. 




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Captains. ensign. 

HeathfleldJas.Frampton'^ 4 Aug. 40 
Hon. Jas. Pierce Maxwell^ p 6 June 34 

John Purcell" 29 Mar. 44 

Edward George Hibbert p29 Apr. 46 
Herman Ernest Gallon. . p20 Dec. 44 
Andrew C. Knox Lock •• P28 Sept. 47 
Richard Townsend Gray? p 18 July 48 



iO Aug. 41 

5 May 37 
7 Feb. 46 

6 Oct. 48 



CAPTAIN. 



P 10 Sept. 48 
P 25 June 41 
P13April52 
P 28 May 52 



PhilipIimborchTillbrook 
Richard Moore Barnes^ 

Tindall Hebden 

Willliam Hardinge * ... 
Daniel William Tupper. . 
Raymond Herbert White 
William Henry Mangles^ 

Lieutenants. 

R. Maingy Murchison . . 

Anthony Molloy Fawcett 

Alfred John Lane 

Robert Blackall 

George William Bnnbury 



11 Apr. 49 

1 Nov. 42 
P 19 Sept. 48 
P 10 Mar. 37 

2 Feb. 49 
10 Apr. 49 

P 14 June 50 

22 Nov. 50 

P 16 Apr. 52 

9 Feb. 49 

P 11 June 52 

P 12 June 52 



Robert Henry MadarlaneP 13 June 52 



John Thompson,^ atfj, 
Wm. Theodore Hickman 
Edw. Crawfurd Antrobas 
M.deS.M'K.G.Aug.Clarke 
John Woods Dimond . . 
Arthur Evelyn Fyler .... 
Waiiam Wensley Bond . . 
Fred. Leycester Barwell . . 
Robert U. Patrick Doran 

Ensigns. 
Thomas Denote Lee 

John Turner 

Clement Richard Johnson 
tf ofi.Charle8 C. Chetwynd 
C. Aug. Fitgerald Creagh 
Edmund Leach . 
Frederic Falkner, 
Fxlward John Miller 



27 Feb. 52 
9 July 52 
P 23 Nov. 52 
P 18 Feb. 53 
P 12 Aug. 53 
P 18 Oct. 53 
PI8N0V. 53 
3 Mar. 54 

6 June 54 

7 June 54 

10 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 25 Aug. 54 

8 Sept. 54 
3 Nov. 54 

15 Dec. 54 
22 Dec. 54 



P 20 Oct. 48 P 30 July 52 
P 8Juue49 P12Aug. 53 
6 May 50 p 2 Sept. 53 



P 24 Sept. 50 

5 July 45 
14 Feb. 52 
24 Apr. 39 

P 19 Mar. 52 
P 13 April 52 
P 21 May 52 

P 28 May 52 
P 28 Jan. 53 
Pll July 51 
P12 Aug. 53 
P 2 Sept. 53 
P 18 Oct. 53 
3 Mar. 54 

6 June 54 
11 Aug. 54 

P 25 Aug. 54 
P 13 Oct. 54 
6 Nov. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 



BREV.-MAJ. 



20 June 54 



7Mit)or Vm. 
veil, Cadu. Gray 
•ad Manglei. 
^rtx9 wounded 
before Sebas. 
topol in Oct. 
18M. 



P 18 Oct. 53 

3 Mar. 54 

6 June 54 
12 Mar. 52 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 

8 Captain Hardlngo terred 
with tho 99tli in the bMtle of 
Moharajpore (medal). 

9 Lieut, nianpton serred Uie 
eamiMiinB on the SutieJ. and was 
present at the battles of Moodkee, 
Ferozetbah, 'Aliwal, and Sobraoa. 
Wat wounded by^the explosion of 
a gun Umber at Feroseshah, and 
very severely wounded by (rape 
shot in rlfht breast at Sobraoa 
(Uedal and three Clasps). 

6 Capt. Purcell, with t detach- 
ment of the 60th, was wrecked 
on the Andaman Iclanda in Not. 
1844, where he remained for 05 
days, luffering great privation. 
He lerved on the SutleJ (Medal), 
and wae at Buddiwal, and 
severely wounded at Aliwal 
while carrying the colours. 

7 Capt. names served on the 
SutleJ (Medal k, one Clasp), at 
Moodlcee and Ferozeshah (se- 
rer0> wounded). 



15 Dr. Trousdell serred with the 20(h regt. In 
the Punjaub campaign of 1848-«0, and was pre- 
sent at the battlei of Chllliaawallah and Qoo* 
Jerat (medal and two clasps). 



Paynuuter.'-John Nowlan, 14 April 54 ; Ens. 29 Dec. 48; Xf . p 18 April 51. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. John Thompson,' 14 April 54. 

Quar.-ilif(M.— Robert Fortune, 25 Aug. 46. 

Surgeon.— ^m. Green Trou«dell," M.D., 13 Dec. 53 ; Aimt.^Surg. 8 April, 42. 

AsHst^'Surgeons. — ^Edward Gregg Noott, 10 Feb. 54. 

George Frederick Davis, 7 April 54. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

Eofbad served at the sieire and capture of Flushing in 1809 ; and subsequently on the Staff of the AdUu- 

taauGeBcral with the army in lUcUy in 1810. He was employed in all the operations of the CaflVe war on the eastern 
Crovtier of the Cape of Good Hope hi 183t and 36 } and he commanded a diviaioo of the arm y in Sonde and in A ffghanistau 
in 1841 and 43, and was cngaKcd in several affairs with the enemy in the advance by the Bombay column, and in its re- 
treat ftvaa Caadahar. Commanded the third divison throuRhout the Eastern campaign of 1864, indoding the battles of 
the Absa, Balaklava, and lakerman, and the siege of Sebastopol. 
:( Lc^CoU Waddy was prcMnt at the battle ot Punnlar (medal). Wounded before Bebaatopol, llth Oct. 1854. 

3 Miuor Wilton commanded the Fort of Loodlanah during the earlv part of the SutleJ campaigii, and was snbsef^ueJtly 
pfcecos with the 60th in the battle of Aliwal, where be was severely burnt by an ezploeion of one of the enemy's tumbrils i 
and battle of SobraoD, where be was very severely wounded, having received a shot in the hip, and three severe sabre wound 
in Cbe left shoulder, right arm broken i Medal and one Clasp. 

4 M^jor Wear« serred with the SSnd Begt. during tbe first siege operalions before Mooltan in 1848 (Medal 
nd Clatp), Sererely wounded at tbe battle of tbe Alma. 

i Capt, rnmpton was present in the battle ofPunniar (Medal). He served also the esmpaign on tbe SutleJ (Medal aad 
tve Clwpe), hietadlnff tbe battles of Moodkee, Feroseshah« aad Aliwalj in mbich last he was dangt rouily rounded, and bad 
bis ani amprtsscd. Wooadcd at the battte of Inkerman. 



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" PBNINSULA"—" WATERLOO"— " PEGU." 

Col, — ^ 5tr Thomas Willshire, Bart,, KCB.* Bnsign, 25 June 96 ; Lieut. 6 Sept. 

95; Capt. 28 Aug. 04 ; Af<y. 21 Sept. 13; Lt.-CoL 4 Dee. 15 ; CoL 10 Jan. 

37 ; MfQ.'Oen. Nov. 46 ; Lt-Gm. 20 June 54 , Col 5l8t Foot, 26 June 49. 
Lieut,'Colonel—lf&3iyfm. Henry Elliott,* KH. Biu. P6Dec.09 ; Lt. v 13 Aug. 

12; Capt. P9 Not. 20 ; Mq^. p 12 July 31 ; Lt.-CoL p27 June 38 ; CM. 1 1 Nov. 51. 
J%'or«.— Arnold Charles Brrington,* J^iu. p 4 Feb. 26 ; Lieut. 13 Sept. 31 ; Capt. 

p 14 July, 37 ; Mqjary p25 July, 45 ; £revet Lt-Col. 9 Dec. 53. 
WiUiam H. H. Anderson,^ Ens. 20 Sept 33; Lieut. 28 Aug. 36; Capt. p6 

June 45 ; Mqfor, 1 Dec. 54. _^___^_ 



Captains. 
ffm. Dayid Erskine . . 
ChichesterO.Crookflhank? 
Rich. Atherfeon Ffarinffton 
Augustus Henry Irby * 
Donald G. Angus Darroch* 
Herbert Russell Manners'' 
Edward Cecil Singleton 
Henry Fletcher Marston" 
John Henry Dickson^' 
Saml. Alexander Madden^* 
Geo. Warburton Drought 
John Geo. Don ManhalP' 

LlEUTBlTANTB. 

Wm.Lemp. Fred.Sheaffe'^ 
R. Gordon Sanders Mason 
Edward 0»Callaghan*» 
Stewart Alex. Cleeye,^^acff. 
John Anderson," r. .... 

William Agg" 

Henry Re^eley Mitford'® 

Charles Acton** 

Arthur Percy Kerr .... 
Hen. R. De Anyers Willis 
Charles GoddaM .... 
Henry Basil Honson . . 
Malcolm Chas. Farring^on 
Percy Mitlbrd 



£N8I0K8. 

William Dare Shiden . 
F^. Jas. Buchanan Reed 
Bust. Beaumont Bumaby 
Augustus Brigstocke . . 
Sidney Henry Swaffleld 
Martin Budd Lewin . . 



BNSION. 



P31 July 35 
26 Mar. " 
P 3 July 40 
P 15 July 37 
P22 Mar. 33 
28 Aug. 38 
P31 Dec. 41 

8 Mar. 39 
16 Not. 39 

P 7 July 43 

P27 Sept. 44 

14 July 43 

6 Dec. 

4 July 46 

10 Oct. 45 

20 Jan. 49 

P25 June47 

P 16 Oct. 60 

P 18 Apr. 51 

P 12 Dec. 51 

p 14 May 52 

9 July 62 
23 Nov. 62 

P 22 Nov. 61 

10 June 63 

P27 May 63 



P 13 Dec. 63 
11 Aug. 64 
14 July 54 
P24Aug. 64 
P26 Aug. 64 
P 3 Nov. 64 



LIEUT. 



P27 June 38 
29 Dec. 38 
P23 June43 
P 5 Oct. 41 
P26 Aug. 36 

7 Jan. 42 
P 31 Dec. 44 

8 Aug. 41 
90 May 42 

4 July 46 
P 32 July 46 
P 25 July 46 



6 Aug. 47 

18 May 49 

p 28 Dee. 49 

P 4 Apr. 51 

18 Apr. 51 

19 May 63 
P 18 Dec. 63 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P 18 Aug. 64 

P 7 June 54 

P 3 Nov. 64 

1 Dec. 54 



P 25 July 46 

18 July 48 
P28Dec. 49 

9 Aug. 50 

Pl5Apr. 43 

13 Nov. 46 

19 April 63 
33 June 53 
15 Mar. 63 

6 June 64 

P 4 Aug. 64 

1 Dec. 64 



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20 June 64 



(CoBltawaUonor Col. BUiott*s 

Mnrtees.) 

lofUt, and wu prsMOt at fhc bat' 

tiM of the PjrmieM. SOlh and SIM 

July— raeelvcd a fleih wowid. and 

had a bona UU«d taetloa at Loaca. 

paisage of Um Adour, battla of Ni. 

▼elle. attack of tbo heigtala of St. 

Ps. and battla of Ortbea. AppolMcd 

M«Joro( Briffade to the litBHgade. 

7th dirUion, and acnrcd as aaeb 

until the end of that war. 8c has 

Iha War Medal and S«« 

Scrred alio tha caaapaiffa 

of 1815, ineludlnc the batUo of 

■ptnraof < 
oapitttlatlon of Parti. 
throotbout tha Bnnneoa War of 
185t-68 ; waa on hoard the m^mm 
IHsato Ftntg duHnr ^^ Naval aotion aad J em octki 
cf the mamy*! Moekadn oo dia BaBfoon airer. and 
•ervad ai Briffadier Conmandinff the Madna Poae* 
dbrinc tfie •a«cc«dhi« thrNdaya* dpai a t l e— tatkm 
vtolally. and at the eaona and eaptara of Baafooa. 
[For romahMlar of Notea, see pace S4I.] 



Aigutant.— Lieut. Stewart Alexander Cleeve,** 30 March 49. 
Quarter-Maeter.^'kobett Shean,« 30 Aug. 44. 

5ttr^eon.— Henry Marsh Webb, M.B.,d Dec. 64 ; AssiH.^Surff.ftS Sept. 45. 
Auitt.^Surgeon.'^ThomM Crawford," M.D. 18 Feb. 48. 
Facings Blue. — Agent, A. Laurie, Esq. 
[Returned from India, 3 August 64.] 
1 Sir Thoaaa WillaUfe aerred with the SSth In the Weet ladlea Avm Avmat 17V7 to Aag«et ISOOt the CMipnasn cf 
180S 9, indading the battles of Boleia and Vimiera, retreat to, and battle oC Coranoa. Aceompanied the expccttlioa to 
Waleheren ia 1809. Serred afterwards in the PimlnstUa. from June 181S to the end of that war te 1814; coanwadcd the 
light company at the battle of Salamanca twice wonnded), on the retreat from Bnrgoe and action at VUk Mwlal. tke ac- 
tion of Osma, battle of Viitoria,'.flrst assanit of San Sebastian, also second aesault and eaptnre>when he reeeived the brevet 
rank of Major. Commanded a brigade of light companies at the passage of Bidasaoa, battle of NtTcUe. aad battlea of tha 
Nive on the 9th, llih. and Uth Dee. I81S, for which senricea he waa ia 1815 appointed Breret Lieat.-Calonel. Bcpalsed 



the Cape of Good Hope, on the SSod April 1819, and commanded daring the sabseqnent operations agiiuat the CaSfkvs 
in the same jear. Serred afterwards in the Bast Indies fkoas Hay 18S9 to 1840. Commanded a wing of tha 46(h at the 
capture of Kittoor in the Dooab, it Dec. 1834. Scrred also throughont the whole of the camnain ia A^haaistaa 
under Lord Keane : present at the capture of the fbrtress of Ohuta^e, S3rd Julr 1839, apoa wai» oeeaalaB he was 
appointed KCB.; ana while in command of the Bombay eolnmn of the army of the Indus be eaptared thefgetresa of 
Khelai on the ISih Nor. following, for which serrice hfi was created a baronet. Has received the silver War Medal with 
seven Clasps. 

t Co'.onel Slllott embarked with the rcgmpnt for Lisbon, SS Jea* ISII, aad wa% pteeeat ai the battle et Fncntcs 
d'Oaor, covering the liege of Cindad Rodrigo, second siege of Badi^oz, aOklr aeer Val MorescA, batUe of SalaarMuira, 
oapture of Madrid and the Retiro, covering tlie siege of Burgos, retreat into Portugal daring which operaUon be saind 
a> Aide "de-Camp to CoL Hltcbellf &lst reg., commanding the brigade, and received a contusion on the shoulder wiien In 
the act of deUyerfag an order to aa elBeer ia advance. In June 1813, be was appointed an Aide-de-Camp to M^or-Gcncial 

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" HINDOOSTAN"-*' VIMIERA"-" OORUNNV— " BU8AC0"-" FUENTEB D'ONO»'»- 
" CIUD4D RODRIQO"-" BADA JOZ"-" SALAMANCA"-" VITTORIA"-" NIVBLLE" 
—"WIVE"—- ORTHBS"-"TOULOU8E"-" PENINSULA"-" WATERLOO." 
ColoneL—l$Sir Archibald Maclalne,» KCB. Ens, 16 Apr. 94; Lt. 29 Apr. 96; 
Copt, 22 Dec. 04 ; Mqjor, 4 Oct. H^ ; Lt.-CoL 26 Jan. 13 ; Col. 22 July 80 ; 
Mqiar-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; LL-Oen. 11 Nov. 61 ; CcL 62nd F. 8 Feb. 47. 
Lieut.'CoUmel.^QeoT^e Campbell, Ens. p 13 Mar. 85; Lieut 21 Dec. 88; 
Ca»^. P 26 Jan. 41 ; MqjaTf p 21 May 50 ; Lieut.-Col. 27 May 63. 
^ Robert George Hu^hea,* JSiw. p29 June 30 ; Lieut, p6 July 32 ; Capt. p 3 Dec. 
41 ; Mafor, p 22 Feb. 50 ; Lt.-CcU 31 Oct. 62. 
lf<l?ewf.— Charles James Conway Mills, Ens. p26 Dec. 34; Lieut. P28 Aug. 

88 : Capt. p 25 June 41 ; Mqjar, P 22 Aug. 61. 
Joshua Allen Vigors, Ens. p 19 Sept. 26 ; Lieut, p 17 Sept. 29 ; Capt. p 19 Oct 
38; Brep.'Mi^. 11 Nov. 61 ; Mq}or,21 May 53. 



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Captains. 
Charles Albert Denison, s. 

William Corbett 

■John Hen. Fraser Stewart 
: Maxwell Dtt Pr6 Stronge 
I Hugh Montgom. Archdall 
I Arthur Lennox Peel .... 
I James Johnes Bourchier 
j Hon. Ernest Geo. Curzon 
I George Charles Synge .. 
I George Parker Hcathcote 
Isaac Henry Hewitt* 
Jas. AbcrcTomby Dick, s.* 

Lieutenants. 
Chidley Downes Coote 
Hon. D. John Monson 
Cecil Lennox Peel, s. . . 
Charles Kenrick Crosse. . 
Fred. Albert Champion, s. 
I John Arthur Bayley .. . . 
W. James Stopford, adj. 

r George Hallam 

' Charles Henry Bullock 
' " 



ENSIGNS. 



P 22 Sept. 87 
P 23 Nov. 38 
P 15 Jan. 41 
P25Jttne41 
15 Apr. 42 
P 2 Sept. 42 
P28 June44 
P13 Dec. 44 
p 16 Jan. 46 
p 1 May 46 
p 12 July 39 
p 1 June 41 



LIBUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



p 3 Sept. 47 
P 16 June 48 
P 1 Aug. 48 
^ 12 July 50 

31 Jan. 51 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P16Sept.51 
P 12 Dec. 51 
P 16 Apr. 52 
Geo. L. W. D. Flam8teadlP28 Apr. 48 

16 Jan. 47 

P 6 Aug. 47 

P 6 May 48 

9 Feb. 49 

13 Dec. 50 
P17 Aug. 62 
P 14 May 52 
P21Sept.52 

38 Jan. 48 



John Canavan 

Francis Eteson 

Thos. Robinson Gibbons 
Tbos. Hardwick Smith . 
Alexander Hope Graves. 
William Robert Moorsom 
Arthur Henley 
Geo.HerbertWindsorCliTe 
George Thome Ricketts* 

Ensigns. 
Charles Grantley Norton 
Hon.Tnd. LePoerTrench 
John Bainbrigge Story 
Thomas Archer Julian 
James John Wynniatt 
William Atkinson .... 
Hen. Alex. C. Wroughton 



Pll May 39 
P31 Jan. 40 
2 Feb. 44 
P 16 Dec. 45 
P 6 Feb. 46 
p 1 May 46 
p 13 July 47 
P 18 Feb. 48 
p 14 Apr. 48 
Pl8 Aug. 48 
13 May 41 
P 24 Oct. 45 

P 24 Sept. 60 

P22 Aug. 61 

p 23 July 52 

p 16 Oct. 52 

P 12 Nov. 62 

P 17 Dec. 62 

Pll Mar. 53 

2? May 53 

27 May 63 

P 30 May 51 

5 Aug. 61 

16 Apr. 6'i 

12 Oct. 62 

P 10 Dec. 52 

12 Dec. 62 

P 10 June 53 

26 Aug. 53 

P 20 Jan. 54 

P 3 Aug. 49 



P 26 Oct. 41 

P19 June 46 

P 16 June 48 

P 21 May 50 

P 24 Jan. 51 

P22 Aug. 61 

P 15 Oct. 62 

P 12 Nov. 52 

27 May 53 

27 May 63 

16 Mar. 58 

P 28 Feb. 51 



BUEV.-MAJ. 



20 June 64 



P SI Jan. 63 
P 22 Jan. 53 
P 18 Feb. 53 
P 13 May 53 
P 10 June 53 
P 6 Jan. 54 
P 16 June 64 



S Ll«ttt..Col. HiwhM MTvti la 
Uie 80tb rnrt, wiUi Uie array in Bur- 
in«h in 165S-S3 i wm present tt the 
upture mad ooeupBtion of Prome. 
and ai tht night attack of the enemy 
on the canip at Prome 8 Dec IS&t. 
Comniandcd the expedition fcnt 
Into the Ponnndey diitrict in Feb. 
and March 185); succeeded in cap- 
turing arms and amanttion, and In 
briniring to Prome a Urge quantity 
of grain, 

8 Capt. Hewitt served with the 
IStii Royal Irish on the China ex- 
redition (Medal), and was present 
at Canton, Amoy, Chusan, Chinbae, 
Ningpo, Segoan, Chapoo. Shanghai, 
Wousung, and Chinlcianirroo. 

4 CapUin Dick served with the 
42rd in the Kaffir war tnm Dec 
1581 to June 1851. 

Lieut Rieketts served with 
the Srd Light Dragoons In the Pun- 
Jaub eampaign of 184^ and was 
present at the battle of Goojerat 
(Medal and one clasp). 



Paymaster. — Francis Wm. Fellows, 3 June 58 ; Ens. p 16 Dec. 46; Lieut. 29 
Ai^utant.^Lieut. Walter James Stopford, 18 May 54. [Oct 47. 

Quarter-Master.— WniiBm Knott, 25 Feb. 45. 
Surgeon. — ^Thos. Cowan, M.D., 5 Nov 52 ; Assist.-Surg. 17 Sept. 41. 
Assistant' Surgeons. — Raphael Woolman Read, 31 May, 44. 

William Cameron, M.D. 25 Sept. 46. 

Thomas Wm. Fox, M.B. 23 July 52. 
Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Charles R. and Walter M*Origor. 

1 Sir Archibald Maelaine's services i— Mysore campaign of 1799 against Tippoo Sultan, Including the battle of Mai 
Isvelly. liege and storming of Seringapatam, where he received three wounds, IVom the etTects nf which be was eonffneil in 
bo«9«tal for upwards of a year. Capture of the Danish settlement of Tranquebar, and the Poly^ar war in 1801, ine^'iding 
ttH* haole 01 Afdingy, and affkir of Serungapore, where he was wounded. Mahratia war of 1802. 3, and 4, against Scindia, 
Bolfcnr. mad the Bera Rajah, inelnding the storm, of Julnaghur, siege and stinning of Oawilghur, siege of Atseerghur 
(wounded), and battle of Argaum. Ordered home in 1804, In consequence of severe wounds received in the UifTercnt 
aexifltts flrum 1799 to 1804 Peninsular campaigns of 1810, VI, and IS, including the defence of Cadis, the dcFraee of 
Maiagordn (an eni work of Cadla, and a ruined redoubt when taken possession of from the enemy), from find February to 
fltad Apell ISIO, during which long period Sir Archibald, then a captain in the old 94th regiment, with a very rmall 
foree Oder bU conmund, most gallanUy kept at bay 8,000 of the enemy under Marshnl Soult, who conducted the siece. 
■ad did aoc evacuate natil ordered to do so by Lieut. -General Sir Thomas Graham, his men being nearly all either hilled or 
wnosdcd. Served also at the battle of Barrota (dangerously wouaded, asd Ut boneUUed,) and capture of Seville. Sir 
AttMoM ho raeeiv«d tbt Wkr Hedal and one elMy for Baf voh* 



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••NIEUPORT"-"TOURNAf"— "ST. LUCIA*'— "TALAVKRA"— ••SALAUAHCA-— wviTlS 
-*• PYRENEES"- "NIVELLB"- "TOULOUSE"-" PENINSULA "—"Al^lWAL-- 
Years'Serv. BRAON ••-•• PUNJAUB,"-" GOOJERAT." 



52 



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Pay 

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HRlf 

Pay. 




Colonel--'^ John M'Donald,* CB. Em. 17 Dec. 03 ; Lt, 21 March, OS ; i 

7 Sept. 09; Major ^ 26 Aug. 13; LU-CoL 4 Sept. 17; CoL 10 Jan. 

Major^Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 54 ; CoL 5drd Foot, 8 May & 
Lieut.'ColoneU.—WlUiom R. Mansfield,* £tu, 27 Nov. 35 ; Xieu/. p31 Aug 

Capt. PIO Feb. 43 ; Jtffly., p3 Dec. 47 ; LU^CoL p 9 May 51 ; Col. 28 Noi 
Henry Havelock,' CB., #- 2rf Xe. 20 July, 15; Lt. p24 Oct 21 ; Capt. 5 Jmu 

J5rer.-Jlf/7;: 40ct.42; 3ffl:/. 30 June 48; £rer. X^.-Ca/. 30 April 44 : X/.- 

20 June 54; Coi. 20 Jime 54. 
Mqjors.—iohn M*NeiIl Walter,^ En$, P 31 July 36 ; LieuU 3 July 39 : Can 

Sept. 47 ; Major, p 2 Dec. 53. 
Wm. Henry Hardy Forbes Clarke,* En$. 25 Nov, 24 ; Lieut. 1 May 26 : C 

29 Sept. 43 ; Maj. 20 June 54. 



Captains. 

Thomas Ffrench^ 

Pat. W. Sydenham Ross 

VVmiamPayn® 

Annesley Paul Gore* .... 
C.F.WebsterWedderburne 

Thomas Moubray^^ 

John H. Lothian 

Wm. F. Adams Colman" 
George Robert Hopkins* 
Alex. James Sutherland* 

Joseph Maycock 

Frederick Arthur Walter 
Lieutenants. 

Henry Buck* 

Hen. Archd. Robertson >> 
John Wm. Follows," adj, 
George Herbert Cox ** . . 
James Winsmore Corfield 
Edward Dyne Fen ton" 
Francis Percival Drought 
Beudyshe Walton" .... 
George Newton Fendall . . 
John Keys Humfrey .... 
John Alexander DalzelPi 

Graham Taylor 

Fred. Richard Solly Flood 

Henry Helsham 

A vary Jordan DavemA» 

Thomas Acton 

Wale Rymer Byrne . . . 
Donald Harvey Munro . 
Wm. Henry James Clarke 
Charles Alex. Humfrey.. 
Cha. Fra. Herbert Lloyd 

Ensigns. 
Thomas Charles Ffrench 
John RoUe Prideaux. . . . 
Alfred Kirke Ffrench .... 
John Maxwell Macneill 



ENSIGN. 



4 Dec. 17 
P 9 Nov. 38 
P27 May 42 
P 7 Apr. 43 
P31May 39 

5 June 40 
P31 Dec. 44 

15 June 43 
28 Aug. 39 
15 Jan. 41 
P20 0ct. 40 
26 Jan. 44 

28 July 44 

P 8 Apr. 42 

31 Mar. 46 

17 Apr. 42 

28 Aug. 46 
P13 Aug. 47 
P 6 Dec. 44 
P 16 June 48 

11 Dec. 46 
30 Apr. 46 
30 Jan. 47 

10 April 49 
P 21 Aug. 49 
P 14 Mar. 51 

29 Jan. 47 
25 July 51 

9 April 49 
19 Nov. 47 
19 Aug. 51 

11 Mar. 53 
P 17 Oct. 51 



LIEUT. 



26 Apr. 28 
P 2 Sept. 42 
P 12 Jan. 44 
P 8 Jan. 47 
P 26 Jan. 41 

25 Feb. 42 

28 May 48 
10 Mar. 45 

26 July 44 
24 May 44 

29 Apr. 42 
23 Jan. 46 



22 Feb. 46 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 4 June 47 
7 July 43 
P 16 June 48 
P 13 July 49 

30 Nov. 49 
P 8 Feb. 50 
p 4 May 49 
P 15 June 49 
P 14 Mar. 51 
P 9 May 51 
P 8 Aug. 51 
P 12 Oct. 52 
3 Jan. 53 
P 6 May 53 

20 Oct. 53 

7 Nov. 53 
P 2 Dec. 53 
P26 May 54 

20 June 54 



CAPTAIN. 



31 Oct. 40 

16 Jan. 40 

P 14 Mar. 51 

Pll Sept. 49 

P28 May 62 

15 Mar. 53 

P15 Feb. 59 

15 Mar. 53 

7 Nov. 53 

20 June 54 

4 Feb. 53 

p 26 Nov. 52 



BREV.-] 



11 Nov 



S Colonel Hansfleld ic 
with the 53id in the \ 
paign on the SutUj in ] 
and was present at B« 
wal, Allwal, and Sobraoi 
which last he acted as Ai<A 
Camp to the ConBinandci 
Chief (Medal and da^ps). 
commanded the Reghncii 
the Punjaub campaifn 
1840, and vas prearnt at 
battle of Ooojerat (H 
and Clasp). U« was alsoi 
stantly employed la the e|i 
tions on the Peabawur Ira 
in 1861.2, whether his Ttf^. 
in the field or not, attd 
present at the alEain of N| 
dund, Praa9har, and Skuj 
(horse wounded). 

A M^Jor Clarke lerred 

the 47th in the Bormese 1 

with the ASrd oa the S 

(Medal), and was presen 

Budiwal, Aliwal, and Sobr 

He has also the Pnniaab M< 

9 Capt. GOK aerred withtlu 

. o L Drag. GuMdi aninatilicIiMBj 

Boen in Bontli Aflnea in 184i: tSn thionKboal 

Kaffir war of 1846-7. — w«^««, 

7 Maj. Walter scrrad tbroughodt the Kafir 
paign of 1846-7 as A4Jatantof ibe Mth, and FieU i 



21 May 52 
P 2 Dec. 53, ^ ^ 

P 10 Feb /U ^*. •*'"»«*•* Division. Serred with the aard i 
ZZ. IZ ?? Punjaub Campaign in 1849. and waaprcsent at th< 
P 1 7 Dec. 52 | Ue or Ooojerat ( Medal and Claap). 

Pflym<M*er.--Wm. Peel," 11 Nov. 53; Qr..;ifa*f«-, 20 July 47 ; JBns. 4 Se 
A(i)utant.--L%eut. John Wm. Follows," 27 May, 46. [49 : Lt. p S2 Aoir 1 
QM«rf<rr-JtfVwfCT-.— Thomas Marshall, 30 July 52. ^ 

Surg€on.^Vebion Dartnell,'* 19 Jan. 44 ; AssUt,-Surff. 4 Dec. 32. 
4«wto/l^fi^Mrgr^<»wr.— James Simpson Grant, M.D. 25 Sept. 46. I Facings Ue^ 
Thomas Bussett Reid, 16 May 51. Agent, A. U 

Alexander Macrae, M.D. 5 Nov. 50. I rie. Eso 
pll ".**"9°''"™J ^'^"*^'*'* services :-Expeditlon to South America, and astanlt otBuc^lri 
B.«i;i«" T ? '"'™.2*'^- '®,^.*^ '®'l' *"*^ *" '»»« «5«"'»> '>^ ''"»c« ''om March l8lTlncl«dinaSrbiftS 
L,t?f,IfH"i^?^^"':Sj^'"''^'*^" «»* Redlnha. Pombal, and Campo Mayor, first 5S of B^ 
Priin^« ^th nfn'li ♦I'^'k'*'*^*' l"^» •"*? '*'u?' ?"?*Jr'' *«■•'•• " Alva dVTormei; battles oPvittSS: 
oL pUm' .wi / Iwi ** '"''"f' *^i ""'*«' ***"^' *'^'» "•<* »»»* J»»y» ■«« Toulouse. Wounded inteeb 
and right thigh at the assault of Buenos Ayrcs, 6th July 1807; In the left lea and ri»ht«rroi«^iB' 

SrA?cllt?*a„i" XJnSf *".*^ "^^' •.»»«"»'*" and lung. ^at the Wanlt of So foTtlfi^^rSk on^e .^ 
iil«ivJ?Vfc t«?H u£J*^"'^'*'® *!?!:*"y ■ P^*** '" **'« '^•"^y «^ B»°<» Pyrenees, Snd Oct. 1813. H?^ 

s*;iot'L^^j^,''At^^^^^^^ 

6 MalorFfwnch served ^ith tbeSath in China (Medal), tod wan at Chusaa, Ningno. Chaooo Shnnfl 
Woosung, Chin Kiang Foo. and Nankin. Served as a MiUor of Brigade iTSe Puiffiub SSSuin iH 
and iras present at the batlle of Goojerat (Medal.and Clasp). •»"«'» ru^^uu t>«npaign la l, 

iFor Notes 8, 10, 11, K, 14, 17, 18, m nexijmgg. 



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CoIoneL^lff William Alexander Gonlon/ CB. Ens. 2 Oct. 04; Lieut, 1 1 Dec. 94 ; 

Capt, 2 Oct. 01 ; Major, 4 June 13 ; Lieut.'CoL 25 Dec. 13; Col. 22 July 

30 ; Mqj.'Gm. 23 Wov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen, 11 Nov 61 ; Col, 54th F. 15 Aug. 60. 
Lt,'Colonel,^\Yi\]iBm Yorke Moore,' £m, p 15 Dec. 25 ; Lieut, p 12 Dec, 26 ; 

Ca;;^Pl9July,33; Jlfiy. P30 Dec. 42; Lt,'Col,U Nov. 51; CoZ. 28 Nov . 54. 
ilf<yor«.— Bowland Moffat, Em, p 22 June 32 ; Lieut, p 7 Aug. 35 ; Capt, P27 

Aug. 41 ; Mqior, 4 March 53. 
Seton Lionel Smith, J^n*. 12 Feb. 86; X^PIO July39; Capt. p 30 Dec. 42; 

Bt,'M(\j, 20 June 54; Mqj, P4 Aug. 54. 



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Captains. 
George Gumming Miller 
John Charles Hill Jones 
James Swetenham* .... 
William Freeland Brett. . 
James Sinclair Thomson 
John S. Ferguson Fowke 
Frederick Mathias,' .... 
Thos. Hungerford Powell 
Pridaux William Gillum 
Francis John Griffin, s,., 
W. Ed. Freeman O'Brien 
Henry Elliott Bayly 
Lieutenants. 
John Fred. Flamank 
Percy G. Botfleld Lake,a4; 
Edw. Thos.Shififher ... 
Wm. H. D. Clarke «•. 
J. Sackville Swann .... 
Charles Alex. Thomson 
William Fermor Ramsay 
Charles FitzRoy Barnett 
Charles Cullen Maunsell 

Edward Cliffe 

Robert Baret Stokes .... 
And. Robert Guy Evered 
Thos. Blakiston Houston 
Henry John Fane •••••• 

Dillon Beetham 

Ensigns 
Wm. Arthur Galbraith . . 

Arthur Herrick 

Ueorge Lewis Whyte. . •• 
Francis Geo. S. Parker. . 

Thomas Parr 

John Stevenson 

Vere Temple Bayly 

Joseph William Hughes 



ENSIGN. 



P 19 July 39 
P 16 Dec. 40 
P 22 July 42 
P 1 Apr. 42 
P251VOV.42 
P 30 Dec. 42 
P 16 Dec. 45 
P 29 Sept. 43 
P 28 Oct. 43 

13 Oct. 25 

6 Dec. 44 

14 Apr. 46 

7 July 46 
10 Oct. 45 

p 31 Dec. 47 

29 June 49 

1 June 49 

P 19 Oct. 49 

23 Nov. 49 

P 12 Nov. 47 

p 23 Feb. 49 

P 28 Dec. 49 

22 Oct. 50 

P 15 Mar. 50 

P 3 Jan. 51 

P 9 July 52 

P 21 Sept. 52 



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P 1 Apr. 42 

P 30 Dec. 42 

P 8 Aug. 45 

6 Dec. 44 

13 June 46 

14 Juno 46 
P26May 48 
P 14 Aug. 46 
P 31 Dec. 47 

12 June 28 

P 2 Mar. 49 

11 Oct. 49 



P 9 Nov. 49 

P17 Nov. 48 

P13 Dec. 50 

P 17 Jan. 51 

25 June 51 

11 Nov. 51 

4 Mar. 53 

3 Apr. 49 

P 28 May 52 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P 18 Aug. 54 

1 Dec. 54 

P 1 Dec. 54 



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11 Oct. 49 

P 9 Nov. 49 

P 12 July 50 

25 June 51 

P 9 July 52 

4 Mar. 53 

7 May 52 

6 June 54 

P 4 Aug. 54 

29 Nov. 44 

1 Dec. 54 

P 1 Dec. 54 



9 CoIoMl Moora 
M a Capt. in the SPth RegU 
meot throaghout the cam- 
paign against the RiOsh of 
Goorg in AprU 1884. 



6 Capt. SwetoihuB wm tevenly weoaded la Ui* 
right Icf , and tUfhtly on Um left sid*. whilst onylBr 
th« Reflmenul Colouf of Uie Buflk «t the battle of 
Punnlar, on the SWh Dec. 1843 1 he hM reeeiTCd 
the BroBM Star. 

« Capt. llaihlas lerred with the Queen*! Rojml ia 
the Kaffir war of ISftl-ftl; and with the T " ' 
North of the Orange RiTer in IUS.U. 



P 10 Feb. 64 

P 5 June 54 
6 June 54 

P 18 Aug. 54 

P24 Aug. 54 

P25Aug. 54 
3 Nov. 54 

P 1 Dec. 54 
Payr/uzf^er.— William Marriott, 22 Aug. 51 ; En$, 12 June, 46. 
Adijutant.— Lieut, Percy Godfrey Botfield Lake, 27 Aug. 52. 
Quar^tfr-itfa^tfT.— Thomas Hipkiu, 6 July 52 ; Ens, 1 Aug. 51. 
Surgeon, — James McGrigor Grant, 29 Nov. 50 ; Assist.^Surg, 6 Nov. 40. 
Aseistant'Surgeont.^WilMsim Mitchell Firth, 2 Dec. 53. 

George Youell, 26 May 54. 
Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Charles R. and Walter M'Grigor. 

General Gordon Mrred in Holland In 1799 1 at Walcheren In 1809; and in the Penlnnila Arom 1810 to the end 
1814. inclndin* the battle of Fnentet d'Onor. aetlen at Arroyo de Mollno, batUe of Vittarta-eeTercly 
woondcd in the left ann. Comnianded a light batullon In the aetiona of the P]rrenee>, battlea of the Nire and St. Fierre 
(wvoBded and hme killed under him), actions of Haaparen and Hellette— wounded in the right foot In foreint the enemy's 
liaM at Hatparen. Hth Feb. 1814. He hai recclTcd the gold Medal for the Nire, and the tiWcr War Medal with two Claapa 
far PncMtead'Onorand Vlttoria. 

8 Capts. Pays, Hopkins, and Sutherland, Lta. Grubbe, Back, and Paymaster Peel, served in the campaign 
on the 8ntl<(J (Medal), and were present at Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon. Capt. Payn and Lt. Buck 
ccrred that in the Punjaub la 1849, and were present at Ooqjerat (Medal and Clasp). 

10 Capt. Uoabraj and Lieat. Cos have received the Medal for Uie Punjaub Campaign. 

11 LleuU. Robertson, Fenton, Walton, Dalxell, and Davem, served In the Punjaub Campaign In 1840« 
and were present at ibe battle of Ooqjerat (Medal and Clasp). 

If Captain Colman, while on passage to India in the Transport Briton, was wrecked on the Lesser 
jkodaman In Nov. 1844, and remained on that Island flfty-one dajs, suffering very sevi^re privations. He 
•enred with the 80th Regt. throughout the Sutlej Campaign of 1845-0, and was present in the battles of 
Moodkee, Peroxesbab, and Sobraon (Medal and Two Clasps). 

17 LlenC. Follows served In the campaign of 1845-6 on the SatleJ (Modal), and was enqaged In the 
baitiM of AJiwal and Sobraoir. JUso in the Punjaub Campaign in )849» including the battle of Ooojerat 
(MedAl and Qasp). 

1$ Wr. Dartaell senred with the 4th Lt. Dragoons during the campaign in Affghanlstaa ander Lord Keane, 
nod was pfssant at the siege and capture of Ohuinee (Medal). Also with the Mrd in the Pui\}nub Cam- 
paign la 1849, iodadiog the batfla of Ooqfermt (Medal and Clasp). 

14 CapC Breton served la the campaign on tko Sntl^ (Medal), and was prewar a( Buddiwal, AUwal, and 



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" CHINA."—" Tiu Dragon." 
Co{.— H 119ft John MiUet Hamerton, CB.> Oar. 81 Oet. 02 ; £/. 91 Jan. 04; Capt. 

28 Oct. 06; Mi0.l&JnoeO4; X^.-Co/. 4 June 11 ; CoZ. 27 May 25; Mqf.'Gen.}0 

Jan. 37 ; Lt.-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 ; Gen, 20 June 54 ; Col, 55th Regt. 17 Dec. 48. 
LieuL'ColoneL—ChSiTleB Warren,* CB. ^?t*. 24 Nov. 14; Lt, 13 Nov. 18; 

Capt, P 1 Aug. 22; Mqjor^ 21 Nov. 34 ; Brevet Lt.-CoL 23 Dec. 42; Lt,- 

Col, P 25 Nov. 45 ; CoL 20 June 54. 
3fq/or<.— Henry Charles Barnston Daubeney/ CB. Ens. 12 Mar. 20 ; X^ Aug. 

31 ; Capt, P 28 Oet. 36; jBt,-Maj. 23 Dec. 42; JIfq;. p 25 Nov. 45; Bm, 

Lieut, -Col. 20 June 54. 
Fred. Amelias Whimper,' Ent* p 23 Jan. 35 ; Ueui. p 23 Mar. 38 ; Capt, 

P 5 Oct. 41 ; Mtyor, p 24 June, 53. 
John CoaU,' En*, p 2 Nov. 30; LieiU, 3 June 32; Capt. p 10 Apr. 40; 

Brev, Mqj, 11 Nov. 51 ; Mqjon 20 Pec. 54. 



Captains. 
WHLD.Cuddy' l.-e,MJuM 

George King' 

Alfred Capel Cure 

John Donovan Verner . . 
Augustus Leacock Marsh 

John FrendT 

Thomas Southwell Brown 
Henry Reynolds Werge 

Robert Hume 

Geo. £dw. L. C. Bissett 

J6bn Warren 

William Barnston 

Fred. Cockayne BUon • . 

Richard Enghind, « 

John Richard Hume . • • 
Lieutenants. 

James Hannay 

Bdw. Marcus Armstrong 
George Anthony Morgan 
Thomas Maude Roxby . . 
John Granville Harkness 
Wm. Hamilton Richards 
Edmd FortescueTwysden 
John George Echaiaz • . 
William Byrne Johnson . 
John Wiiliam Trevor . . 

Henry Burke adj 

Rich. John Thorley Stone 

Charles Henry Evans . . 

Edwyn Frederick Temple 

Ensign s. 

Francis Williams 

Sam.Chas.de M.Pritchard 
George Bell Coulson .... 

Jolm H. Sharpe 

James Scott 

Fred. FItz Wm. T. Hobbs 



P31 May 33 

p 10 Oct. 38 

30 July 44 

P 24 Sept. 41 

P 30 Dec. 45 

P 7 Sept. 38 

14 Nov. 45 

P 31 Dec. 30 

P Apr. 47 

20 Oct. 48 

11 April 40 

22 Dec. 48 

P 10 Jan. 40 

P 18 Sept. 40 

P 10 Oct. 40 

P 23 Nov. 40 
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P 16 Sept. 51 
P 26 Nov. 52 
13 May 53 
P 14 May 53 
P 24 June 53 
P 12 May 54 

6 June 54 

7 June 54 

10 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P 10 May 54 



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27 Nov. 35 
P 7 Feb. 40 
P Apr. 47 
P 23 Aug. 44 
P 10 Oct. 40 

20 Feb. 41 
P 26 May 48 

8 April 42 
P30NOV.40 
P 8 Nov. 50 
P 7 Feb. 51 
P 2SepL51 
P 30 April 52 
Pl7Augj.52 
P 26 Nov. 52 

P 6 May 53 

P 24 June 53 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

10 Aug. 54 

P 15 Sept. 54 

21 Sept. 54 
21 Sept. 54 
21 Sept. 54 

Oct. 54 

6 Nov. 54 

15 Dec. 54 

15 Dec. 54 

15 Dec. 54 



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P 24 Oct. 45 6 Nov. 46 
P 5 Nov. 47 
P17 Aug. 52 
P 6 July 52 
P 24 June 53 
6 June 54 
P 4 Aug. 54 

10 Aug. 54 

21 Sept. 54 

21 Sept. 54 
6 Nov. 54 

20 Dec. 54 

20 Dec. 54 

20 Dec. 54 

20 Dec. 54 



*•* The roUowliiff oOeen a«mi 
tti* Bastcrn campaifa of 1864. In. 
elading th« battln in tha Crima 
and «e<e of Se^aawpol. tU.: — 
Capa. Manh. Brown. Wert*. I. 
Rame (wouoded at Inkrrman}, Bit* 
•tit (tcverely wounded at Ahaa]. 
Warren (wounded at Alma), Ban*- 
ton( severely wounded at Inkerman). 
Elton, Bnfland (aa aide>de-eamp 
to Sir aiebard fiftcland). J. ft. Hant 
(wonnded) \ LtM. Anastrong {m. 
Terely wounded at Alma), Mortaa 
(wounded at Inkennan), Harknen. 
Richards, Twitdco. (woundwi be. 
fore Sebaitnpol), BurlM, and Wil- 
liams ; Qr.- Master Green, Svrfeen 
Blake, and Asritt.-Suif . Gowan. 



21 Sept. 54 
20 Sept. 54 
13 Oct. 54 
3 Nov. 54 
15 Dec. 54 
15 Dec. 54 
Pay7}uw^«r.— William Macdonnell, 22 April 53; Ens. 18 Aug. 48; LUtU. 25 
Aeffutant, — Lieut. Henry Burke, 6 Nov. 54. [Jane 52. 

Quarter^Master. — Owen Green, 7 June 54. 

^lirpam.— Elhelbert Henry Blake, M.D. 7 Jan. 53 ; Assist.-Surg, 16 Nov. 41. 
Assist.'Surgeons, — George Edwin Gains, 21 Feb. 51. 

James McHaflie Cowan, M.D. 7 April 54. 
Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Barron and Smith. 

>rsl Hamerton senrcd on tht Continent under the Ouke of York, in 1794. Bmbarked fbr the West Indies In 
was at the capture of St. Lueia the foUowinf year. Served in Egypt in I80I. Commanded the 1st battalion of 
■egt. in Spain ; and the 8nd battalion in the campaign of 1815, and was wounded in the battle of Wstcrloo 
Warren served (be eampaign airainst the Rajah of Coorg in 18S4, and was severely wounded at Saomwar 
I the 3rd April ; be sueeeeded to tiie command of the Right Wing of the SSOi on Li.-Col. Mill being killed. Re 
ed the 55di at Chin Kiang Poo in China (Medal), and was agnin severely wounded in a personal eoeouoterwith three 
twoof whom be himself killed. Commanded the fi6th thniu«hout the Baxtem eampaign of 1854, ineluding the 
the Alma (wounded) and Inkarman (severely wounded), and eiege of Sebastopul. 

:;ol. Daubeney served the eampaijm against the RaJah of Cootf in 18S4. On the China expedition ( Medal) be com- 
(he Light Company of the 6&th at the repulse of the enemy's nlghi attack on Cbinhae, and also at Chmpoo ; and be 
r of Brigade to Sir James Sehoedde at Wuoaong. Shanghai, and Chin Kiang Foo. Served in the Eastern campaign 
ncluding the battles of the Alma and Inkermaa (wounded), and siege of StbMtopol. 

r Whimper served with the 96th, at Chin Kiang Poo, in China ( Medal). Sevfrely wounded at the batge of the Alma, 
r CoaU served in China (lUedal), at Amoy, Chusan, and Chin Kbug Foo. Severely wounHed at U)«> battle of the Alma. 
lU-Colooel Cuddy, Captains King and Freod served in China (Medal), at Amoy, Chusaa, Cbinhae (including 
f night attack), Cbapoo, Wooaong, Shangbae, and Chin Kiang Foo. Major Cuddy was severely wounded at Chin 
o whilst leading the advance guard at the ascaladc of the dty. Served the Eastern campaign of 1804, Including the 
the AlUa and sMgtf 6r S«bastop6t. Capt. King wa« ai'tM AVaak. ' - • 



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« MoRO"— « GiBRALTAK"— With the CattU and Key, " ManiU Insignia Calpe.** 

CMiTTieZ.— V John Sari o/ WestmorlaDd,' GCB. GCH., Sns, 17 Dec. 03; Zt. 5 
Jan. 04 ; Capi, 3 May, 05 ; 3fqj. 20 Dec. 10 ; Lt.-Col 12 Dec. 11 ; Col. 4 June» 
14;iiriv'.-6«fi.27Ma7,25;X«.-Gen. 38June,38; Gen. 20 June 54 ; CM. 56th 
Ilegt.17Nov.42. 

Lieuf,'Col(meL—SovL\den Oakeley, JSns. p28 June 36; Lieut. p6 Sept. 39; 
Copt, P 22 Dec. 43 ; Menor, p 7 Feb. 51 ; Lt.-Coh p 3 Feb. 54. 

lf<t7or«.— Arthur William Byles, Ent, \1 Nov. 37; Lijg/at. 16 Apr. 41 ; Capt. 
P20 Ang. 44 ; Mqj. 29 April 53. 

Samuel Symes Cox, Ens, p 13 Nov. 86 ; Lieut, p 12 June 40 ; Capt. p 26 Apr. 
44 ; Maj. P3 Feb. 54. 



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Captains. 
Geoige William Paty . 
Rich, Walter Lacy . • • 

Richard Anderson 

John James Bull 

Wm. George Margesson 
Fox Maule Ramsay . . . 
Hugh Whitchurch Austin 

JohnPyePye 

Henry John Tolcher . . . 
William Watkin Bassett 
William Clutterbuck ... 
Morton Robert Eden,^.. 

Ll]ftUTEllANT8. 

Hugh Eccles 

Marcell Conran 

Robt. Gordon Cumming' 
William Charles Coghlan 

John Hartley 

Edwin William Philips . . 
William Alex. Godley .. 
William Whitmore . . . ^ 
Samuel Henry Harford.. 
Richard Jones Hobson 
Patrick Alex. Robertson 
James Fleming Baxter . . 
Francis Charles Hill ... . 
Henry Fraser Curwen . . 
Ensigns. 

John Daimt 

John Henry Campbell . . 
CUffbrdWatermanChaplin 

George 81ms 

Henry Williams, ac(/.. 
Thomas Pierce Butler 
Henry George Monk . 
Augustine William Massy 
Arthur William Turner 



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LIEUT. 



P 6 Sept 99 

23 Mar. 32 

8 Jan. 41 

P 8 June 39 

P 16 July 41 

P 18 Feb. 42 

28 Jan. 42 

P 20 Aug. 44 

P28Nov. 45 

P 6 Feb. 46 

P 3 Apr. 46 

lOMny 46 

1 May 46 

P 28 Jan. 48 

22 July 42 

P 15 June 49 

6 July 49 

P 18 Sept. 49 

8 Oct. 50 

18 May 49 

Pl8AprU51 

p 13 Feb. 52 

P17 Aug. 52 

P 10 June 53 

21 Oct. 53 

4 Nov. 53 



P 18 Feb. 42 

15 Sept 37 

P 7 Apr. 43 

P 16 Nov. 41 

P 12 Sept. 43 

P 7 June 44 

P22 Dec. 43 

19 May 46 

p 29 Dee. 46 

p 28 Jan. 48 

3 Oct. 48 

P2r An^. 49 



P 6 Feb. 46 

1 May 46 
P29Dee. 46 
P29 Dec. 43 
P 8 Nov. 50 
P 7 Feb. 51 

29 Apr. 53 

2 Dec. 53 
P 3 Feb. 54 

6 June 54 
p 4 Aug. 54 
P 22 Sept. 54 



P 15 June 49 
Pl^Oct. 49 

22 Dec. 45 

29 Apr. 63 
P 3 June 53 

21 Oct. 53 

21 Oct. 

21 Oct. 

2 Dec. 

3 Feb. 
6 June 54 
6 June 54 

P 18 Aug. 54 
P 22 Sept. 54 



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8 Lieut. Cummins ferfed the Campatgn of 
1845-6 oA the SutleJ, with the Olh RscL, and 
has recelTrdihe Medal and twoClatpifor Mood- 
liee, Faroxeshali, and SobrsQp, 



5 Nov. 53 
2 Dec. 53 

P 27 Jan. 54 

6 June 54 
11 Aug. 54 

P 25 Aug. 54 
P 7April64 
P 8 Sept. 54 
P 22 Sept. 54 
Poyiiuutor.— Stephen Lawson, 6 Jan. 43 ; Ens, 26 Dec. 34; Litui. 22 Jan. 39. 
Adjutant.— 'Ensign Henry Williams, 11 Aug. 54. 
Quarter- Master. — ^William Dougherty, 3 May, 44. 

Surgetm.'-Jolm Uarrie Ker Innes, 11 March 53 ; Assist. -Surg^ 8 April 42. 
Assistant-Surgeons.— WiVLxsjn Deeble, 27 Oct. 46. 

Francis Walters Knox, IT June, 51. 
Facings Purple. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from Bermuda^ Dec. 1864.] 
I Lofd Weatmorland Mired in 1806^8, aa Alde-de»Camp to Lieut.-Oeneral Don on the expedition to 
RaDovar. In 1806—7, as Anietant-AdJutant-Oeneral in Sicily; on board Admiral Sir J. Ducliworth'i fleet 
in the action at the pateage of the Dardanelles and the destruction of the Turltish fleet, lying off the caKtles ; 
m Uie actions before Coiwtantinople at the island of Prota, and at the repassage of thfi fleet through the 
OardaaeUes. In Egypt as Assistant-Adjutant-Oeneral with the force under Migor-Oeneral Wauchope, at 
the first stonoittg of the town ol Rosetta, and In the retreat ; and subsequently in the second attaclc and 
siege of that place, with the force under Mi^or-Generai Sir W. Stewart. In 1808, served ia Portugal ae 
Assistant-Adltttant-Oeneral in the army commanded by Sir Arthur Wellesley, in the affair in the front of 
ObidoH and ia the battles of Roleia and Vlmlera. In 1800, served as extra Aide-de-Camp to Lord Wellington, 
tad was present at the battle of Talavera. In I8I0, with the 8ni Dragoon Guards, In the campaiKn in Por- 
tagal, including the retreat to Torres Vedras, battle of Busaco, and advance to Santarem. In Sept. 1813, 
proeteded on a mission as Hllitary Commissioner to tlie head-quarters of the allied amiiee, under Prince 
Scbwacsenberg, in Oermany. Served at the siege of Huningueu, and the campaign of 1814 in France, in- 
deding the taking of LAugres, the battles of La Bothiere and Brienne, capture of Troyes, affairs of Horman 
aad Nangi% in front of Brayf defence of Troyes, when attacked by Bonaparte 88rd Feb. ; battle of Bar-snr- 
Aahsb tlM tabetqacat aHhir upon tht Ba9ca» re-«aptnre of TroyH, battles of Areis-sur-Aube and of Fere 
Cbampeoolae, adraaee upon and battle of Paris, and oapture of that city. As His Mid^tyl Envoy Extraor- 
dinary aad Minister Plenipotentiary at the Court of Tuscany, served with the Austrian army in the campaign 
igaiast Naplee, in 1816, including the battles of Tolenlino and Harcarata. Signed, in coi\|ttnction with 
Field Mantaal Biaachl, whocommaaded the Austrian army, the Military convention by which the kingdom 
sT Rdplsa was resioied to ito Sovereign, King Ferdinand. His Lordship has leoelved the War Medal and 
fear cissfs isr Botela, Vlmiera, Ta|avera, and liufaco. 



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" ALBUH JSIIA"— •* VITTOKIA"— " PYBENBBS"— "KIVBLLE" — " KIVB"— " PEKIXSULA." 

CoUmeh--^ 9t2El Henry, Viteouni Hardinge/ GGB. £ns. 8 Oct. 1798; 

X,ieut. 25 Mar. 1802 ; Capi. 7 Apr. 04 ; Mqjor, 13 Apr. 09 ; Lieui.»Col. 90 

Hay, 11 ; CoZ. 19 July, 21 ; Mqj.-Gen. 22 July, 90; LUut^-Gen. 23 Vov. 

41; Gen. 20 June 54; C02.57thRegt.31 Huy, 43. 
Xieu/.-Co2<m«Z.— Thomas Shadforth, JS!ni. 8 Apr. 25 ; Lieut, p 10 Oct. S6 ; 

Caj9«.Pl2Apr. 91; Jf^or, 29 March, 44; Brtv, LU-CoL 20 June 54; X/.- 

Ca. 7 Not. 54. 
Jifq/or«.— Thonias Sidney Powell,' JSnsign, p 19 May, 26 ; Lieut. P91 May, 91 ; 

Capt. P19 Nov. 95 ; Brev.'MaJor, 29 July, 99; Mqior, P21 July, 48; 

Brev. Lt.'Col. 11 Hoy. 51. 
Henry J. Warre, JSn». 9 Feb. 97; Xi^M^. 1 June 41 ; Capt. p 8 Jan. 47 ; lienor, 

7 Not. 64. 



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Captains. 
John Alfred Street,^ .... 

WilliamlnglU 

Robert Abraham Logan 
Fired. Gordon Steward,' t, 
James Stewart •...••.. 

Jason Hassard 

Geo. B. Vaughan Arbncklc 
Frederic Percy Lea • • . . 

Henry Butler 

Cfaas. Wm. St. Clair .... 
Oerrard John Forsyth .. 
George Herman Norman 
William Edward Brown.. 
Alex. Lester Copland. . . . 

LiBUTBHANXS. 

Arthur Maxwell Earle .. 
Thomas Nind Woodall . . 
Richard A. K. Hugessen 
Cavendish Venables .... 
James Hornby Bnller • . 
Joshua Cunliffe Ingham . 
James Collins Ashwin* * • * 
William J esser Coope .. 

George Mitchell 

Wm. Aldersey Jas. Shortt 
Henry Bird 



Enbions. 
JohnN.Gooch Macartney 

John Robert Wilmot 

Fred. Spencer Schomberg. 
Sir Robert Douglas,JBar^. 
Stewart Smyth Windham. 
Alfred Fred. Adolp. Slade. 
D'Arcy Curwen ........ 

Henry Douglas M. Shute 
Charles Geoige Clarke 



BNSIGN. 



P29 Not. 99 

7 Feb. 40 

26 Oct. 41 

28 May 42 

29 Jan. 46 
3 Oct 44 

29 Dec 49 
P 24 Sept. 41 
P 2 Mar. 47 

18 July 48 
P21 July 48 

24 Nov. 48 

10 April 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 

P 18 Jan. 50 
P 18 Apr. 51 
P 16 May 51 
P 10 Aug. 51 
P 23 Jan. 52 
P 29 Nov. 52 
P llMar.59 
P 17 Feb. 54 
P 21 April 54 
6 June 54 
10 Aug. 54 



11 Aug. 54 
P 16 Aug. 54 
P 17 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P 25 Aug. 54 

15 Sept. 54 
8 Dec. 54 

15 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 



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P 5 Oct. 41 
P91 Dec 41 
P 9 Mar. 49 
P28 June44 

10 Not. 48 

18 May 48 
P 17 Oct. 45 

19 Aug. 49 
P 23 Mar. 49 
P 24 Jan. 51 
P 7 Mar. 61 
P 25 Apr. 51 
P 26 Dec. 51 
P 12 Oct. 52 

P 15 Feb. 53 
6 Juno 54 

6 June 54 

7 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P 15 Sept. 54 

6 Not. 54 

7 Not. 54 
9 Not. 54 



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12 Dec 54 
12 Dec. 54 



7 Jan. 48 
P 26 Oct. 49 
P 7 Mar. 51 
P 9 May 51 
P 12 Oct. 52 

6 June 64 
P 4 Aug. 54 

7 Aug. 54 

6 Not 54 

7 Not. 54 
9 Not. 54 

29t>ec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 



S Lt.-Col. PowcUMrvedu AMe- 
de-Caaip maA PeniaB Ial«c|wetcr to 
Lom Km ■ 
p«igaori8aS-»bii 
has rcedTed a nadal for Chw gp— ■ 

41l^ior8tTCecacrTcdim the 9Mk 
with the espeaitim to tte Notth of 
China in IMS (K«dUd}, and wm 
preMBt at tha atta^ amk eaMnre 
of Chi0 Kianf Foo, ni at thcUad. 
ing before Kankiii. 



S CapL Stoward aerrcd with UmUrI ia tfao c« 
palfB en the Sa(l«| la 18M» aad was pwssai at i 
aSUr of BnddiwaU aad la the aedoas of AUwal a 
SobtaoD (Mtdal aad Clasps). 



Lt. 29 Not. 40. 



Pnyiiuii^er.— Mark Matthews, 28 July 49 ; JEnt. 29 May : 

A ^utant. — Lieut. 

Quarter'MaMter.^^ame8 Balcombe, 7 Not. 51. 

Surgeon. — James Dickson, 5 March 47 ; Asaist.'Surg. 27 Jan. 43. 

Auiitant'-SurgeaM. — ^Thomas Clark Brady, 21 May 52. 

John James Scott, 21 Jan. 53. 

John Shaw Phelps, 11 Aug. 54. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 Lord Hardlnge scptmI throughout the whole of the Penlosular war, aearly the whole of the time as Deputy Quaiter 
Blaster General of the Partut«eM •najt aad was preseat at the battles oi Boleta aad Tfaalera (wooaded). rettvat ta. aad 
battle of Coniaaa passage ofthe Douro, battle of Busaeo, liaes of Torres Tedias, battle of Albubcca. Isl aad td aicgvs of Bada* 
Jos, siege aad eapture of Cindad Rodrigo, 8d siege of Badajos, battles of Walamanca, VlttorlaCsererely wooaded), Paape. 
tuna, the Pyrenees, NlreUe, MWe, aad Orthes and has rseeived the gold cross aad Ave elasps. Sonred also tba easpaJga 
or IBIA, aad was severely wouadcd at Ligtfy. 16 June,— left haad aanputatrd. As Goreraor Ocaeial of ladta he was caaaavd 
in the battles ofMoodhce, Feroicihaht aad Sobraon. (Medal aad two Clups). 



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JBreo.'Mqf. 25 March 13; Capf. & Lt.^Col, 28 April 14 ; Col. 22 July, 30 ; 

Mofor-Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Lt.-Oen. 11 Nov. 51 ; CoL 58th Regt. 31 Jan. 51. 
iii«<#.-CW.— Robert Henry Wynyard,» CB. Bru. 25 Feb. 10; X*. p 17 July 23 : 

Capt. P 20 May 26; Mqf 25 July 41 ; Lt-Col. p 30 Dec. 42 ; Col. 20 Jane 54. 
Jf^ytfr*.— Cyprian Bridge,* JEm. 8 April 26; Xieu/. Pdl Jan. 28; Capt. p16 

Dec 36; itfiyor, p 30 Dec. 42; Brev.- Lieut. -Col. 20 June 54. 
Charies lAvalUn Nugent, JSns. p21 Aug. 35; Lieut. 4 Feb. 38; Ca|7^ pI6 

Nov. 41 ; Major, p 18 July 51. 



Captains. 
Geo. Ponsonby Hume 
Joseph Henry Laye * 
Andrew Hamilton RuMell 
Wm. Wild Jos. Cockcraft* 
Charlet Wm. Thompson^ 

Chariei Dreeing 

William Temple Parratt 
John Alex. Cha. Petley* 
Isaac Rhodes Cooper • . 

Henry Reynolds^ 

Henry C<din BalneaWB* 
Ch.St. J.S. Herbert»o.. 

LlBUTBNAKTS. 

Geo. Hyde Page," d. adj, 
Leslie Jenkins Thompson 
George Henry Wynyard" 
Horace Fred. Hill 
Thomas John Grant,<tj9m. 

Arthur Cooper 

Q.John R. Wynyard, a4f. 
John Hayman Ward .... 
WUliam Davies Shipley 

Michael Tighe 

Sidney Withington • . . . 
Kenneth Rob. Murchison 

John Hill Crosse 

Joseph Charles Lake .... 
John H. Rogers Harrison 

EXSIONS. 

Dawson Towoley 

Thomas FitzGerald .... 
Waiiam Edward Taylor. 

John Homer 

Poltimore Ridgway • . . 
Robert Wolsey 0*Dell . 
Andrew H. Russell . . 



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P28 June33 

P 2 May 34 

18 Jan. 28 

8 Apr. 25 
P23 Dec. 36 
P 10 Feb. 36 
P 5 Sept. 40 
P 12 Oct. 38 
P23 Apr. 39 
P 8 Oct. 25 

7 July 88 
P26Mar.41 

P23 Apr. 41 
17 Sept. 41 
3 May 44 
20 June 45 

9 May 45 
P27 May 48 

15 Aug. 48 
P 12 Sept. 48 
P 3 Mar. 48 

30 Dec. 45 
P 18 Jan. 50 
P 28 Apr. 46 
P 18 Apr. 51 
P16 Sept. 51 
6 May 53 



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Pl6Dec. 36 

1 Dec. 37 
23 July 34 

P 22 Apr. 26 
P 3 May 39 

2 June 38 
P 9 June 43 
P26June41 
P16N0Y. 41 

1 Mar. 28 
P26Mar. 41 
P27 Jan. 43 

P 12 May 43 

18 Aug. 47 

19 Sept 48 
P 2 Mar. 49 

8 June 49 
P 14 Dec. 49 
P 15 Mar. 50 
P 7 June 50 

20 Aug. 49 
13 Mar. 53 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 

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P 20 Sept. 39 11 Not. 51 
P26Mar.41 20 June 54 
P 31 Dec. 41 20 June 54 
20 July 39 U Nov. 51 
P 12 May 43 20 June 54 

2 July 45 
P24 0ct. 45 
P 15 Mar. 50 
P 18 July 51 

27 Feb. 46 

6 June 54 

8 Oct 54 

S CaptBiaMaiii wm prntnt at 
the atMult on Kawitft Pak at 
Ohiawai on tlia Ist JnlylMis at 
the daatraetkm of Anatna'a Pah on 
the 18th Jnlr ; ani at the etoiiBiaf 
of Kawtti'e Pah at Bnapekapeka on 
th« nth Jan. IBisTAleoiit the 
attack and repolae of the enemy on 
the aettletnent and atoekadea of 
Wanganai, 19th Uaf, and fat the 
action of the 19th Jnlf IM/t he 
acted aa engineer to thia fbree. 



19 UentWynyaideottinttidedani led aatemlnf 
part/ from the left ito^ade into the hicach at Ka. 
witi's Pah on the 1 1th Jan. 1846 •. and alio acnred aa 
Aide-de-Camp to Govepior Gtbt in the Talley of the 

Hutt, and the Horakiwi valley dwinf the c 

in the floath in the tame year. 



24 June 53 
P 23 Dec. 53 
6 June 54 
P30Augp54 
31 Aug. 54 
1 Sept 54 
3 Nov. 54 
P<iyiiuE^«r.— VTho. Richardson Timbrell," 25 Oct 42 ; Qr.'Ma$ter,lQ Nov. 30* 
AeOvtant.-^Lieut. Gladwin John Richard Wynward, 28 July 54. 
Qwxrter-Master.—'WmULm Moir,» 15 Oct 47 

Stcr^eofi— Arthur Saunders Thomson, M.D. 6 Aug. 47 ; Attiit.»Surg.\Q Oct. 38. 
AsHtt.-Surgeans. -^Alexander George Montgomery, 9 Dec 45. 
Benjamin Tydd, 25 April 51. 
Facings Black. — A gents , Messrs. Cox & Co. 
1 UABt-Oeneral WTnysrd Mrrod with th« army In Sicily ftom 1806 to Vareh 1810, when he wae 
t0W€nlj woaoded nft the sttack on 8m ta Manni, for which he subMqtiently obtaiocd the Bivret rank of 
jg^lor £ be wae also pretent and on the ataff with the force that occupied Ischia and Proclda. 

iCuliiT* Wynyaid aerved nith the feree nnder Colonel Despard in New Zealand Aram Oct. 1841 nntfl Jan. 1847 In 
00HHB^iA «f the Uth, andcnteied the bveaeh with the itormexa in the anaalt on Kawitt'e Fnh, at Bnapekapeka on the 

lltk Jn^lMCv., . ^v .1.. .-.u .,. !._» .V. _»„,. ^ .... oeeratkma in the North of New Zealand, from April 

vie nnder Ident.>Cobael Hnlme; eondncted a night 

ipletely nratcd a r^el tribe, and deatroyed their Pah. He commanded the 
...... . „^.. ..„, ^ . « lahaiatthe 

the aasault on 
andeaptnrcof 

on the 11th Jan. 1848. 

« ffrior Cnekcmfi and Captain Petkf aeived in the expedition againit Kawlti'a Pah, at Bnapekapeka. 
J iSnr TfceMpaan wna pinaent at every action, aaaanit, and akirmiab which took place dnrinf the operationa carried on 
i^tBti ■a' 4S tndnr Liant.<4Jol Hnlme^ and aabieqnently nnder Colonel Deapard, agaiuat the inanrfcat chiefa in the North 

IS rapt Herbert waa pieaent at the eaptore of Kawia'a Pah at Bnapekapeka 11th Jan. 1846 ; and waa aererely wounded 
^ th^lSih Jhm fiBUovinf in a akiraiah with the enemy at the vaUey of th« Hntt. 

UCmC. Pmc wna pnaent at the atorminf of Kaariti^a Pah. 11th Jan. 184«^nd he defeated the Natlvea in a night attack 
^UaMt OB the Bivcr Hntt. 18th Kay IbUowiag. Preaent at the akinniah at Tkitai, 16th Jnne^ eonunandcd a dccachaent 
7 the eavtwv ^ >he Chief Tte Baaperaha and at the akinniah in HoioUwi Valley; preient at the attack and npniae of 

T I iwr^^' " •• "^ -.^-i..J- ^nr.,, i «a.u M..p. .^A t, *w^ .^/^ ># *».> io«l. J«W laiT h^ Mwmmimd m 

■«• wUeh lepalNd the enemy. 



_ « aW Mm^L. IS4SL 

]r£uHCM.B«Uge«cnedwhh the Mththranghont the whole oftheoM 
1S4S CO Jbb. ism. Be commanded the regiaMnt in the action at Hawie 

— «»** in boats np the Waikari Una* and completely nratcd a r^el triee. ana dcatroyea taeir rah. He comn 
fffffi OB ih» aecond expedition agninat the rebel chiefc Heki and Kawlti. nnder Lt^CoL Deapard t re^oaptured a 
^g^ 0i tte Rgimont on the morning of the lat Jnly 1845 at Ohaiawhi* and led one of the tunrmfaig partiea at thi 
th^ pnk wa that aftcmoonfand waa at the capture of the Pah on the 11th July. He waa alao at the aaaanit and 



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"CAPE OP GOOD HOPE" — "CORUNNA" — ** JAVA" — "VITTOBIA" 

— « ST. SEBASTIAN "— « NIVE "— « PENINSULA"—" BHURTPORE." 
ColoneL^9 George Atigustus Hendenon,* KH. KC. Ens. 1 Sept. 93 ; LUut. 1 

Mar. 95 ; Capt. 20 Aug.Ol ; Mqf. 4 June 13 ; Lt.-Col. 12 Apr. 14; Col, 10 Jan. 

87 ; Mty.'Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 54; CoL 50th Foot^ 27 Apr. 52. 
Xi^i^.-Co^on^l.— Henry Hope Graham, Etu. p 15 Oct. 20 ; Lieut, p 7 Sept. 92 ; 

Capf . P 7 Not. 84 ; Mqj&r, p 14 Apr. 46 ; Lt.-CoL p 20 Apr. 53. 
Mqjors. — George Fen ton Fletcher Bonghey^ Ens. p 1 Nov. 31 ; Limt, p 11 July, 

34 ; Capt. P 1 June, 38 ; JUqfar, p 1 May, 46 ; Srev.-Lt.-^Col. 20 June 54^ 
Arnold £. Burmester, Etu. 31 Aug. 30; Lieut. p7 Mar. 34 ; Cap^. p 16 Mar. 38 ; 

Brev.'Mqjor, 11 Nov. 51 ; Mqjor, P29 April, 53. 



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Captaiits. 
Wm. Wynne Lodder, «.. 
Edward Gamage Byam . . 
Robert William Romer, s. 
Charieii Kendal Bnahe • . 
MattiewPenuefkther Lloyd 
BenjaminGreyMackenzle* 
Cbarlet Stuart Baker . 
Joseph de Montmorency 

John King|« 

Edwyn Fra. B.S.Stanhope 

Geoige Newcomen 

Edward Fred. Chadwick 

LlEUTBNANTS. 

James Leyne, iLanfj 

Tbo.Wm. John Lloyd, 04?*. 
Jas. Stanhope Pat. Clarke 
Henry Kean 
Geoige Tom 

Wm. Hamilton Thompson 
Frederick Hacket 
James Lawson . . 
Monteford Spread Morgan 
Gerrard Callaghan Howe 

Frederick Drage 

Rob. JeiTerson Spoflbrth 

Isaac Boraford Bomford 

Bdm. Beanchamp Tucker! 

Robt. Stoveley Shinkwin'pl7 Dec. 52 

Ensignb. 
Henry Charles Evans 
C. Joseph Henry Tolcher 
James Francia Hickie 
Adolp. Halkett Versturme 
S.Lee H.Hamilton Ffinney 
Benjamin Henry Buige 

Geoige Joy 

Jonathan Morgan .... 
John Shephard 



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7 Mar. 34 

P25June41 

P 30 Sept. 36 

P 14 Apr. 43 

P30Dec 42 

22 Apr. 36 

20 Mar. 44 

P14 Ang.40 

P 10 July 40 

P 12 Apr. 44 

P 5 Feb. 41 

10 Oct. 45 

20 May 42 

21 Dec 44 
P 26 Sept. 46 

29 Oct. 47 
P 16 Feb. 49 

18 Sept. 49 
P2d Mar. 40 
P 13 Dec. 50 
P 15 Oct. 50 
P 13 Feb. 52 
P 21 Jan. 53 
Pl2Mar.52 
P OJuly 52 
P21 Sept. 52 



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P 5 June 35 
P 23 Aug. 44 

15 Jan. 40 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P 11 July 45 
P 17 Feb. 38 
P 8 Jan. 47 
P 14 Apr. 43 
P20 Apr. 42 

15 Oct. 47 
P 12 Jan. 44 
P 16 Feb. 49 



1 Oct. 45 
20 Dec. 46 
P 23 Mar. 49 
P 11 April 51 
P 8 June 52 
P 22 Oct 52 
P31 Dec. 52 
3 Dec. 52 
P 8AprU53 
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P 6 Feb. 41 
P 23 Mar. 40 
P 2 Feb. 49 
P11 May 40 
P 6 July 40 

9 Nov. 49 
PllAprU51 
P14Sq)t.52 
P 29 April 53 
P 28 Oct. 53 

6 June 54 
P 4 Aug. 54 



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the i4th In tli« nirmt fron 

Cabool, and was taken piteooer 

at OnndaiBiick after reeelrta^ 

four wouada. He aerred with 

the 60th at the battle of Pun- 

nlar (Medal X and tbe eampaiiEB 

on the Butl^ (Hedal and t 

CUwpa). iBdudinf the hattfea 

ooi ru* JMt ®' Moodkee, Per 

i » 5? Aliwal, and ttohraon. 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P 18 Aug. 64 



P 22 April 53 

P20May 53 

P 21 May 53 

P 10 Feb. 54 
6 June 54 

Pl8Ang.54 

P 25 Aug. 54 

p 10 Mar. 54 
20 Oct. 54 
PaymoMtir.'^AlexajideT Fair,* 28 Jan. 53; Qr.-Master, 7 J'uly 48. 
Adjutant. — lAeut. Thomas William John Lloyd, 8 Juni) 49. 
Quarter'Master.-^l^rn9Td. McDonald, 20 July 47. 

iS'iirpvcm.— Robert McWhanie, M.D. 4 Nov. 53 ; AigUt.-Surg. 11 March 4S, 
AsH8t.'Surgeont.^ThomBM Connor O'Leary^ M.B., 6 Aug. 47* 

William John Alex. Orr, 5 ffoy. 52. [Bf.,AniiitftCo. 

Facingt'WhlU.'^AgentSy Messrs. Cox & Co. — Jrith Agents^ Sir £. R. Boroogb, 

1 Lieut.-Oeneral Benderton in 1705 embarked with the army under Sir Balph Abercromby dettlaed Uat 
the Wett Indies, but violent fev'jr having broken out on board hit ship ibe troops diaennbarked. AAcr- 
wards served in Ireland during tbe Rebellion in 1798 ; at the Holder in 1790 ; and was premit at the first 
landing, and battles of tlie Itfth Sept., 2nd and 6ih Ocu Ezpedttlon to E«7pt under 8fr Salph Aher- 
crombj in laoi. Landed In Portugal in 1808, and whs present *t the battle of Vlmlera, retreat to, and 
battle of Corunna. Expedition to the Scheldt and siege of Flushing In 1800. Served afterwards la tbw 
Pewlnsula from IBtl to the end of that war In 1814, and commanded the Queen's at tlia battle of 
Toulouse, on which occaslOD he received the Brevet ol Ueut.-ColoneL He has received the War MedAl 
with finir dasps for Sgypt, Vhniers, C«niiuui» and Toitloiite. 



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" ROI.XIA"— " VIMIHKA"— " MARTIHIQUB"— " TaLAVH»A"— " FUBNTBS D'OKOK"— 
** AtBUHBRA"— "ClUDAD RODRIOO"— " BaDAJ^B"— « SaLAMANCA"— " VlTTOBIA* 
« FyKBWBBs"— " NlVBLLB"— " NiTB"— " ORTHBg"— « ToULOUSB"— •" PbNINBI] LA." 
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Co20n«2-in-C%t«/.->V General, Fiseount Gough, GCB, 28 Jan. 64. 

Colanels Commandant. ^l 9 6'ir Wm. Gabriel Davy,» CB. KCH. Ens. Mar. 97 ; 

X*. 2« May 97 ; Capt 1 Jan. 02 ; Mqf, 6 Feb. 07 ; LL-CoL 28 Dec. 09 ; CoL 

12 Ang. 19 ; Mqj.-Oen. 22 July, 80; Lt.-Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; Gen. 20 June 54 ; 

Cel. 60th Riflea, 2 N07. 42. 
2 9 ;9ir Wm.Cornwallls Eustace,' CB. KCH. Lt. 27 Sept 83 ; Cap^.24 Dec. 02: 

Mqj. 17 Mar. 08; Lt.-Col. 23 Aug. 10; Co^ 12 Auff. 19 ; Mqj.-Gen. 22 July, 

30 ; Lt.'Gen. 23 Not. 41 ; G«n. 20 June 54 ; Col. 60th Rifles, 7 April, 43. 
IAeut.'Colonel8.—l Maurice Grifihi Dennis,* £ns. 9 May, 26 ; Lieut. 5 July 27 ; 

Capt. P 15 Dfc 37 ; Mtyor, p2 May, 46; ^reve^ Lt.^CoL 7 June 49 : X^- 

Col. 19 Oct. 61 ; Col. 28 Not. 54. 
S Charles Howe Spence,* 2nd Xieu^. 20 Apr. 25; Xt>uf. P28 Sept. 26; Capt. 

24 May 41 ; ilfq/or, P 20 Oct. 48 ; Lieut. -Col. 2 Oct. 53. 
1 John Jones, Eneign Pi 2 June 28; Lieut. p2 Dec. 31 ; Capt. p 16 July 41 ; 

Mi^or, P 20 July 49 ; Lt.-Coh 20 June 54. 
Mioore.—2 William Pansliawe Bedford,^ 2nd Lt. p18 Dec. 28; Lt. p28 June 

33 ; Capt. p23 July 41 ; Mqfor, p 12 Oct. 49 ; JBreo. Lt.-Col. 28 May 58. 
I Henry Bingham^ 2nd Lieut. p30 April 27; Lieut, p 28 Sept. 32; Capt. 25 

June 41 ; Mqjor, 19 Oct. 51. 
1 Son. Henry Lyttleton Powys, 2nd Lieut. P 2 April 29; Lieut, p 19 Sept. 

34; Capt. 17 Aug. 41 ; Mqjor, 2 Oct. 53. 
' 2 Francis Roger Palmer, 2nd Lieut, p 15 Mar. 33 ; Lieut, p 24 April 35 ; Capt. 
I P 11 Mar. 42 ; Maj. 20 June 54. 



Captains. 
I 2 Jno.Kenn.Mackencie^t 

1 Webbe Butler.. 

2 James Doufflas' 
2XronA.Hope%.,Le.l«D6c54 
1 Henry John Darell* .. 
1 William James Yonge" 
1 Henrv Friend Kennedy* 

1 Charles Napier North* 

2 Geo.WaldegraTeBligh« 

3 Gibbes Rigaud^ 

1 5irE.F.CampbeU«-B*.*. 

2 Peter Burton Roe 

1 George Clapcott* 

2 Wm. PerciTal Salmon* 

2 James Fraser 

1 William Hutchinson* 

1 Thomas Biggs ..•• 

2 Randle J. Feilden . . 
1 Hen.FrancisWiUiams^<* 



P17 Aug. 38 
P 23 Not. 88 
P 6 May 37 
p 27 July 26 
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20 May 36 

12 Mar. 41 

Pll June 41 

2 July 41 

P 23 July 41 

29 Dec. 40 
P27 Aug. 41 
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P31 Mar. 43 

19 May 43 
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1 C. A. Boewell Gordon* 

2 John Magulre*^ 

2 Hen. Bdward Warren* 

3 John Robert WUton ^^ 



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P21 April 43 

P 7 Feb. 40 

P 5 Jan. 44 

29 Dec. 38 



P 16 July 41 

P 23 Apr. 41 

P 2 July 41 

P 17 May 27 

7 Apr. 42 

28 Dec. 38 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 

P31 Mar. 43 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 

P26 April 44 

15 Not. 43 

P25 Feb. 45 

P20 Dec. 44 

P 17 Jan. 45 

P13 June45 

4July 43 

PdODec. 45 

3 Dec. 41 



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23 Apr. 42 

26 July 44 
P 20 Sept. 44 
P20 Dec. 44 
P 12 Jan. 44 

10 July 46 
P 20 Oct. 48 

28 Dec. 48 
P 12 Oct. 49 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P27 Dec. 50 
P 17 June 51 

19 Oct. 51 
P 13 Apr. 52 
P 7 Jan, 53 

15 Mar. 53 

8 Apr. 53 

23 Dec. 53 

P 3 Mar. 54 

31 May 54 

6 June 54 

20 Jtme 54 
P 4 Aug. 54 

14 July 54 



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12 Dec. 54 



1 Sir WiUiam Davy oommaodfid the 0th battalion of the 60th at the hattlei of Roleia, Yimiera, aud 
XalsTeTay Ibr which be bat received a uedai and one clasp. 

% Sir WlUlam Euitaoe was at the battles of Ro»s and Vinegar Hill, and at Wexford, and all through the 
Irlah rebellion, in 1798. Went to Naples with Sir James Craig; from thence to Sicily and Calabria, and 
was pweaeat at the action 011 landing in St.Eufemla Bay, the battle of Maida.and siege of Scylla. He nas 
on board the Lffir* ft-igate when sbe captured the Oatuumwie. Commanded the Chasseurs Britanniquet 
at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, the siege of San Christoval, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, defence 
of Oltnoe in front of Burgos, various engagements on the retreat from thence, actions in the Pyrenees 
(sevetviywottndedSlst August), and various other affairs. In one of which he was wounded, and in anuther 
be bed a horse killed under him. Sir William has received the gold medal and one clasp for Fuentes 
d'Onor and Salamanca ; and the slUer War Medal and two ciai>pe lor Maida and the Pyrenees. 

4 Captains Bilgh, Bigaud, balmon; Lieuts. Earle, H. J. Robertson, Cockburn, Montgomery, Filv 
Patrtelc, EU^: Asslsu-Suriieon NichoUon served in the Kaffir war of 1851-2-4L 

4t MwAot Miaekenxle served In the Kaffir war of 1851-63. 

7 La^CoL Bedford served in the Kaffir war of lWl-63, and received the brevet rank of Lt.-CoI. for services.. 

8 JA, Col. Hope served in the Kaffir war of 18fil-3S, and received the brevet rank of Mi^or for his services. 
Id Captain Wilton lerved in the Mth regiment during the Chlaete £zpedition (medal), and was preseP 

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1 Alfred FitzGerald,'« r. , 

1 Frederick Arthur St. John" 

Francis Andrews"^ 

FranciB Dawson, adff, • 
John Prevost Battersbjr 
John Lambert £dw. Baynes 
Bernard Edward Ward'* 
Vincent Tongue* 

2 R. Harcourt Robinson, o^/* 
2 Robt.Wi]mot BTOoke,^d.pm, 

1 Richard Freer 

1 Francis Charteris Fletclier 

1 Edward Bowles, s. ••.... 

2 R. J. Eustace Robertson**^. . 
2 Cliarles William £arle« .... 
1 William Tedlle 

1 Conyngham Jones 

2 Henry James Robertson^ 
2 Henry Cocliburn,* cL a^, 

George Bliss MacQueen 
2 Hugh Parker Montgomery^ 

1 Geo. Chas. Henry Waters 

Henry Semple 

Rowley Willes Hinzmau . 

2 Randolph Ralph Adderley 
2 Francis ntz Patrick^ . . . 

Tristram Squire RichardsonI 



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P30 Apr. 41 

28 July 44 
27 May 42 

29 July 44 

30 July 44 
81 July 44 

1 Aug. 44 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P25 Feb. 45 
P. SO Dec. 45 

22 May 46 
P81 July 46 
P 14 Aug. 46 
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24 Dec. 46 
P 5 May 48 
P25Feb. 48 
P20Oct. 48 

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P21 Aug. 49 
P 21 Jan. 48 

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23 Not. 49 

P 15 Feb. 50 

P 19 Oct. 49 

18 Jan. 50 

1 William Waller Fox I p 14 Feb. 51 

2 C. DayidCuninghame Ellis^ 17 Jan. 51 
2 Atholl Charles John LiddellP 16 May 51 

2 Charles Williamson | p 11 July 51 

1 Francis Stewart Travers . . ; p20 Aug. 51 

22 Apr. 82 
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2 Wm. Aug. Dean Pitt 

1 Wykeham Leigh Pemberton 



2nd Lieutenants. 
1 Henry Pardee Eaton. . . • 

1 William Cubitt 

2 Fra. Dundas Farquharson 
2 John James Phillipps . . 

1 J. Shuter Davenport M'Gill 
1 James Durham Dundas 

1 James Hare 

Ensigns. 

2 Herbert George Deedes. 
2 John D'Olier George. . . 
2 Llewellyn Edmund Trahernc 
2 James Joseph Collins 

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P27 May 53 
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P 13 Feb. 46 

P 5 Mar. 47 

19 Dec. 45 

P 22 June 47 

P 28 Jan. 48 

P24 Feb. 48 

P 5 May 48 

28 Dec. 48 

P 20 July 49 

P 12 Oct, 49 

13 Dec. 49 

P 16 Aug. 50 

P 16 Aug. 50 

P27 Dec. 50 

P 28 Feb. 51 

P 13 Apr. 52 

21 Oct. 52 

P 7 Jan. 53 

23 June 53 

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lOCapLWilliuM, Lti. 
Fitzgerald. St. John, An- 
drews, and Eustace Ro- 
bertson, serred with the 
1st battalioD OOth BlOes 
during the SMood si«g» 
operations at Moultan, in- 
cludiug thesiege and storm 
of the town, and captare 
of the citadel. Afterwards 
at the baiUe of Ooojerat 
(Medal), the pursuit of the 
bikh army, and the ezpol- 
slon of the Affghans be- 
jond the Khyber Pass. 
Also present doring the 
operations In the Eus<^^e 
eonntry, and capture of the 
insurgent Tillages on the 
1 1th and 14th Decl849. Lt. 
fiustaoe Robertson serred 
in the expedition acainst 
the Afflreediesin the Kobat 
Pass in Feb. 1890. 
15 Lieut. Ward serred 
Aide -de - Oamp to 
Colonel Tiseount Melrille 
during the campaign in 
the Pui\Jaub of 1848^0, 
Including the second siege 
operations before Aiool- 
tan and battle of Ooo^erai 
(Medal and two Clasps). 
Served with a detaehment 
of the 60th during opem- 
lions In the Kasofsie 
country In Dee. 1840, and 
acted asStaff Officer to the 
linropean portion of the 
forc« sent against the Af- 
freedles in the Kobat Pass 
in Feb. 1830. 

IS Capt. Maguire serred 
with the 66th in China 
(Medal), at Amoy, Chu- 
sanj and Chinhae, and 
with the 60th throughout the Pttiqjaab 
campaign of 1848-0 including the siege and 
storm of the town and capture of the citadel 
of Mooltan, battle of Goojerat, and sub- 
sequent operations. 

IS Capt. Cozen serred at the siege of 
Flushing in 1800, and subsequently fas the 
Peninsula, including the lines of Torres 
Vedras, actions at Pombal, Redinba, Mi- 
rando de Corro, Ponte de Rheuz, Sabugal, 
and Almeida; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 
siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege 
and storm of Radios, battle of Selanmaca, 
capture of Madrid, actions at Zamamos 
and San Milan, battle of Vittoria, actSona 
of Lesaca, Vera bridge and heights ; battice 



of Nivelle, Nive, (from Otb to 18th l>ec.'^ 
and Orthes ; and aflkir at Tarbes. Serred 
also the campaign of 1816, and was sereiely 
wounded in the knee at Waterloo. Ho 
lias receiredthe War Medal and ten clasps. 
Serred the Pui^aub campaign of 1848-0. 



11 Aug. 54 

P 23 Aug. 54 

P 24 Aug. 54 

P 25 Aug. 54 

P 29 Sept. 54 
2 Arthur William Knox GorejP 8 Dec. 54 

Jamea Arthur Morrah p 8 Sept. 54 

iroii.Rich.PrendergastVereker' 29 Dec. 54 

46 ^ Pa^fn^fer^.— l^Oaa Edward Cozen/' 9 Feb. 26; 2m/Xiett^.5 Aprii,09; Lieut. 

28 June, 10; Capt. 8 AprU, 25. 
10 2 Edw. Rawlings Hannam, 15 July 53 ; Ens. p4 July 45 ; X^. p 3 Apr. 46. 

10 AdjutantB.^^ First lAeut. Richard Harcourt Robinson, 15 July 53. 
110 1 First Lieut. Francis Dawson, 18 Aug. 54. 

8 Quarter-Masters.—^ Luke FitzGibbon," 15 Oct. 47. 

10 1 George Charles Kelly, 20 Oct. 54. [fip.-il. 17 Aug.26. 

29 Surgeons.^l Charles Robert Boyes,'^ M.D. 2 July 41 ; Asst.-Surg. 22 Not. 87 ; 
16 2 Henry James Schooles, MD. 1 Oct. 47 ; Asst.-Surg. 28 June 39. 

11 AssistatU'Surgeons.^l William Joseph Maciarlane,!^ 16 Feb. 44. 
2 Brinsley Nicholson,^ M.D. 25 Sept. 46. 

4 1 David Ogilyy Hoile, M.D. 14 Oct. 51. 

8 1 James Crerar, 3 Sept. 47. 

10 2 Grahamo Young, 5 May 54. 

[Ist Battalion embarked for India, July, 1845. Depot, C?iatham.1 

[Znd Batt. emb.for the Cape of Good Hope, June 1851. Depot, Du^/tn.] 

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Captains. 

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_ !« PYRENEES"— 

m VELLE " — " XI VE " — " ORTHES "—«' TOULOUSE "—" PENINSULA »' —Flank 
Companie*, " MAIDA"— "PUNJAUB"-CHILLIAN WALLAH>'~"G00JEI5RAT." 
Colonel^—ifi ?l2ft John Reeve, > Bns. 23 Oct. 00; Lieut, and Capt, 11 April 05; 
Capt, and Lieut-Col. 25 Dec. 13 ; Col. 22 July 30 ; Mqjor.-Gen, 23 Nov. 41 : 
LL-Gen. 11 Nov. 61 ; CoL Gist Foot, 11 Oct. 62. 
LieiU. "Colonels. — William Jones,* CB. Bns. 10 April 25; Lieut. p12 Dec. 20; 
Capt. P 24 Nov. 35 ; M({j. 26 July 44 ; Lt.- Col. p 29 Dec. 48 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
William Henry Vicars,® JEwj. p26 Sept. 26; X^ p12 Apr. 31 ; Capt. 7 Jan. 42: 

Mqjor, 28 July 49 ; Lt.-Col. p 28 Feb. 61 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
Mqjors. — Charles Clement Deacon/ Ens. p 28 Aug. 35 ; Lieut. P 2 Dec. 87 ; 

Cajyt. 26 July 44 ; Maj. 19 Aug. 49. 
Henry Garner Raiiiey,* Ens. 12 April 31 ; Lieut. 8 June 33; Capt.^Stl Dec. 42; 
Jtf^/or, P20 April49. 



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CAPTAIN. I'BREY.-MAJ. 



20 Dec. 24 12 Nov. 27 
31 July 28 21 April 33 

7 Jan. 42 p 29 Sept. 43 

AlcxanderWilliamGordon'Pll Mar. 42 P 3 May 44 
Wm. Ed.DurandDeacon^ 3 June 42 p 26 Jan. 44 
Robert Cecil Dudgeon .. p 28 Aug. 40 26 July 44 
William James Hudson® p 20 Aug. 42 26 July 44 
Hen. E. HUlm. Bumside® 27 Dec. 42 26 July 44 
Edw. Thomas Wickham' p 19 Aug. 42 26 July 44 
Drought Rich. Croasdaile 3 May 44 23 April 46 

Robert Hunt p 4 Sept. 40 13 Feb. 42 

Edward Sliawe Powys^ . . 26 July 44 8 Oct. 46 

Lieutenants. 
C. Rowland Richardson** p 16 Feb. 44 23 Dec. 45 
Rich. Gunn Brackenbury 23 Aug. 44 P 29 Dec. 46 
George Alexander Bacc' 28 July 44 3 May 47 
Fred. R. EyreBurnside " p 27 June 45 19 Nov. 47 

Robert Greig »« p 22 July 45 20 Nov. 47 

David Reid,3 a^ 31 Mar. 46 p 25 Feb. 48 

Edward Ring Berry ,3 r. 29 Jan. 47 26 April 49 
Tiiomas Maitland Moore'^ 20 July 47 5 June 49 

Thomas Gabbett" p 20 May 48 13 Oct. 49 

George Sotheby Tyler . . 28 Apr. 46 27 Apr. 49 
Stephen M*Donough'« .. 10 April 49 ^ 7 June 50 
Henry Brackenbury »« .. 18 Aug. 48 25 June 60 

John Crawford p 29 Dec. 48 20 July 50 

Thomas Geo. Dupr6 Payn P16 Feb. 49 25 Oct. 60 
Geddes Sansoni Twynam p 18 Oct. 45 ^ 23 July 47 
Thomas John Sadleir .. 27 April 49 13 Feb. 62 
Wm. Hen. Wilson Pattoun 17 Sept. 50 ^ 8 June 52 
Robei*t Richardson Daly 27 Dec. 50 •* 17 Dec. 62 
Arthur Cotton Young .. p 15 Feb. 60 ^21 May 62 
Thomas Edward Gordon 21 Aug. 49 2 Dec. 53 
Henry Geo. Austin Vicars p 1 7 Oct. 51 ^ 27 Oct. 54 
Ensigns. 

Robert Hutton p29 May 49 

William Dowler* 22 Oct. 60 

John Sloman p 17 Aug. 52 

Henry John Yonge 24 July 62 

Charles John Griffiths .. ni7 Dec. 52 
John J. Paterson Fox . . 19 Aug. 53 
Robert!. Gran tMcGrigor p27 Oct. 64 



9 Mar. 39 7 June 49 

22 Oct. 47 

20 May 48 
P 29 Dec. 48 

28 July 49 

20 July 50 
P 28 Feb. 61 
P 2Sept.51 

13 Feb. 62 

16 Mar. 63 

P 24 Jan. 51 

2 Dec. 53 

4U^.DeaeonseFTedinthePan- 
jaab campaign of 1S4S-9, present at 
tho putage of the Chenab, and in 
the batUes of Sadoolapore, Cbillian- 
wallah, and Ooctjerat, and with the 
Aeld foree in pnnuit of the enemv 
to Uie Kh7ber Paai in Mareh 1849. 
Medals and twoClaaps. Expedition 
into the Baaufsie country ; in action 
with the enemy 11th and lith 
Dec. 1R49 ; preaent at the capture 
and destruction of the insunrent 
rUlages of Sanow, Pollee. Zoor- 
mundte. and Bheerkanee on those 
days, in which he oommaaded the 
portion (300 men) of hia woiment 
employed. 

6 Uti. Otter aerred with the 14th 
at siege and capture of Bhurtpore 
tn 1835.6. When in the 4th BcgL he 
commanded the storming party in 
the attack on the Fort of Bu " " * 



.Ml. a.ksvA uu lue ran ai unaaami. 
Southern Sf ahratta country, in June 
1S41. He served as Acting Assiatant 
Adiutant-General of H. M. forces 
during the Puajaub campaign of 
1848-9, and was present »t the aftkir 



— Ramnurger,' , ^_ _. ..^ 

Chenab, and battles of SadooUu 



passage of the 



Bre, ChiUianwallah.and Goqjerat. 
edal and two Clasps. 

7 Capt. Dely serred in the campaign against the 
Rajah of Coorj in 1834 with the 48t^ R^gl. "serred in 
the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, present al the 
passage of the Chenab, end in the battles of Sadoo. 
lapore and ChUlianwallah, and with the field foice 
m pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in 
March 1849. Medal and one Clasp. Expeditto^lnS 
the Basufsie country; in action with the enemy llth 
and 14th Dec. 1849; preaent at the capture and de- 
atruction of the inaurgcnt villages of Saggow. Pollee- 
Zoormundie, and Sheerkanee on those days. 

„ _ __ [Capt. 15March63. 

PayiiM3»f<?r.— Andrew Grant, 26 Noy. 63; Ens. 2 June 43: Lt. 23 Ausr 44- 
i44?•u^rtn<.—Zicu^ David Held, 28 July 64. > ^ 6 . 

Qr.-Jifflwfer.— Michael Wall,^ 10 Feb. 41 ; Ens. 6 Nov. 40. 
5'Mr^eon.— Ludovic Charles Stewart,** 1 1 June 52 ; Assist. Surg. 8 June 41 
Assistant-Surgeons.— llQTbevt Taylor Reade, 8 Nov. 60. I Facings Buff 

Robert M'Nab, M.D. 8 Nov. 50. Agents, Messrs. 

Colin M. M. Miller, M.D. 7 Nov. 51. | Cox & Co. 

*^ «™n"i*int"l^!.*",'5."''^ ***** *•*• Grenadier Guard, in Sicily in 1306-7 » Sir John Moore'a campain in 18089. and 

SI tte oSi«T« Imbi^'. .^. ° 1?'1» »'""*°* •* '•'• P""«* °' ^^ Bidassoa. battles o r the Nlvelle and Nive. Served 
£S.SL?TS-S/I™1' «««'«»»»«.»»»• battle, of Qu.tr* Bra. and Waterloo, .tormlnc of Peronne and capture of %Zh. 



...)....'.<.. U..III lu rvram lo j&DfuiDa in idia. ite nu receiveo tne war Medal witb threeClasps 
f ^l*M,*" the Puiuanb campaign of 1848-9, was present at the passage of the Chenab. and 

ind ChillianwftUah ; after which he commanded the regt. at the batUc of Goojerat; and he 
.L^'L^r"/*"" ■ ^®-* ^°^^^' conaisline of a troop of Bougal Horse Artillery and tho 61 sc 

3 the Khyber Pass in Murch 1849. Medal and two Clasps and was nominated a C.B. 



., — the Khyber Pass in M^rch 1849. xneuai ana two viaspe ana was nominated a C.B. 
Ueacon, H. Bomsidc, Wickham. and Powys (orderly officer to Brfg.-Gen. Campbell at Chil- 
id. Berrv. Bos. Dowler. Or.MbM. Wnll mbpvixI in th« PiinUnk AatM*»:>« »ria«> n . 



I the battles of aadoolapore, Chilliannallah. and QooJeraL and with the fiel(f 

>■■ in Hf Bviak laJQ 1lln<ln1a Bn<l »vj. Ol.a.^. 



Z'^'t'^ZZ'^'' ^^ **^® Chenab, and iu me oaiuesoi an , , „....„, 

' ?{? * enemy to the Khyber Pass in Uareh 1849 Medals and two Clasps. 
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•• If IVE"-" PENINSULA/'-.«<FBR0ZE8H AH."—" SOBBAON." ' ^ • 

C«Imm2.— 9 Thomas Lightfoot,^ C.B., En9. Aug. 00 ; Lieut. 14 March 00 ; Capt. 

16 Dec. 04; Mqjor, 21 June 13; U.-Col. 19 May 14; Col 6 May 31; 

MtQW^Qen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Qen, 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 62nd Foot, 11 April 61. 
jU«tit.-Co2on<{.— Charlea Trollope, En». p19 Nov. 25 ; X/. p 10 Oct. 26 ; CapU 

P23 Aug. 31 ; M<y, P 16 June 43 ; Lt.-Col. 20 Nov. 46 ; CoU 30 June 64. 
Jf^/or«.— Robert Ambrose Shearman,* Ens. p 20 Sept. 33 ; Lieut. 29 Aug. 35 : 

Capt. 22 Dec. 45 ; Mcijor, p 26 July 53. 
Lennard Barrett Tyler, EnM. P23 Mar. 38; Lieut. 18 July 40; Ctmt. Feb. 

48; 3f<yor,Pl7 Nov.54. 
William F. Dickson, En$. 25 Jan. 39; Liaut. 5 July 41 ; Capt. p 11 Feb. 48 : 

Mas- 39 Dec. 54, 



Captains. 
John Burton Forater^ . . 
Fra. Henry Kilvington . . 
William Lenox Ingall*. . 

James Daubeny 

James White Mhichin . . 

M'Kay Hynd 

Robert Allan Cox^ 

Geo. Hampden Willcieson 
Geo. StoddartWhitmore* 
Sam uel George Carter *^ 
Charles M. S. L. Gwynne 

Charles Cooch 

GlynGrylls 

Joseph Sanderson 

LlEUTBNANTB. 

James William Tibbits . . 
Edward Henry Hunter . . 

Graham Hay 

Adolph. Alick Wombwell 
BraUn^ Todd Gilpin .... 
Holt Waring Clerke .... 
Alex. George Dickson . . 
Lawrence Blakiston .... 
George Johnstone White. 
Charles Campbell Cubitt 
G. Wm. Balkeley Hughes 
Rich. Draper Templeman 

Beville Ramsay 

Herrick Augustus Palmer 
Wm. Bromley Davenport 
Ensigns. 

Wm. Carrol Kelly 

Tliomas Milsom 

Robert Scott Machell . . . 
Thomas A. Fraser Duff. . 
John Joshua Rowan 



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27 Dec. 42 

4 July 45 

p 30 July 44 

P 16 Dec. 45 

16 Feb. 44 
P 8 Dec. 48 

23 Jan. 47 

13 June 45 
P 13 Apr. 49 
P 21 Aug. 49 
P 17 Sept 50 

25 Sept. 49 

P 20 June 51 
P 17 Aug. 52 
P 18 Aug. 52 
P 19 Aug. 52 
P17 Dec. 52 
23 Not. 49 
P 18 Feb. 53 
P 19 Feb. 53 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P 26 July 53 
P 2 Sept. 53 
P 28 Oct 53 
P 23 Dec. 53 
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31 Dec. 41 
P 8 Jan. 41 

23 July 45 
P28 April 46 
P 10 Dec. 47 
P 5 Mar. 47 

22 Dec. 45 
P 7 Feb. 51 
P21 May 50 

18 July 48 
P 23 Sept 51 
P 25 June 52 
P 6 July 52 

16 Aug. 53, 

P 31 Dec. 52 

P 2 Sept 53 

P 28 Oct 53 

P 23 Dec. 53 

38 Mar. 54 

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6 June 54 

6 June 54 

4 July 53 

P 3 Nov. 54 

P 17 Nov. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

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P 17 Mar. 48 
12 Mar. 48 
P 7 Feb. 61 
P 6 July 53 
P 21 Jan. 63 
P 2 Sept. 53 

28 Mar. 54 

6 June 54 

7 July 64 
21 July 64 

P 17 Nov. 54 

29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec 64 
29 Dee. 54 



S U^or SbMiBMBMrt P&y«uttr 
DroogfatiMTcd In the cuapalffii ob 
the SutieJ (oMiUl), Bad wcfl* prtMSl 
•t Bnddiwal, AUwal, aad SoUioa. 

4 Captain PgntOT servMl la lie 
eampaifn on the S«tt«J (aw*lal), la- 
eludinrlhebattleMl)Pei«M«hah and 
Sobnont ia the fonBer of which he 
aeied at a Major or Brlgaiat aad hal 
a hone shot uader him. 

ft Capt. IngaU aerred Che eaai' 
pai«a on the Sad^ (medal), la. 
eiodtaf the battlee of Paimedkah 
(wounded) and Sobraoa. 

7 Capt. Cos tcnrMl la the eaak 
palBB on the SaUij (medal), la. 
elndlnff the baitlca of Peroaeihah 



8 Quarter. Maiter Nowlaa Mrvcd la ttie PoBtoeala 
with the 1 1th in 181S and U, and haa reeeUed the War 
Medal with four elaepe for Nlvelle. NIt*. Oettaca. aad 
Toulouse. 

Cror Hotel 9 and 10 aee next p«i«0 



6 June 54 
31 Aug. 54 
1 Sept 54 
P 17 Nov. 54 
, 24 Nov. 54 
Paynuuter.'^-Qeor^ Perceval Drought,' 27 Aug. 52; Era. p 3 July 41 : LU^i. 
Atffutant.—Lieut. [p 10 May 44. 

Quarter'Master.-^V John Nowlan,* 39 Oct 41 ; Ens. 30 Nov. 40. 
Surgeon.— y^m. Leslie Langley, M.D., 33 March 47 ; Ainst.-Surg. 11 Jan. 38. 
Aetietant'Syrgeane. — Cornelius Clark Rutherford, 7 May 53. 
John Eldon Young, M.D. 37 Jan. 54. 
Sydney Alder, 1 Dec. 54. 
Faeingi Buff. — Agent, Edward 8. Codd, Eflq. 

I Llettt..Oen. Ligfatlbot Mrred In Holland In 17S9. Aeeompanled the 4ftth to the Peninsula In 1808, aad w«f peMMrt at fte 
battles or Rolela, Vtmlera, TalaTera, and Busaeo ; actions of Pombal, Rcdinha, Condelxa, and Sabugal \ battle of raeaiM 
d'Onor, sleto of Bad^oi, In 1811 ( slefe aad assanlt of Ciudad Rodrifo, siege and assaultof Bad^oi (slithdy «»oaaded). 
stormlar ^ Port Pleariaa (slifhtlr wooadcd), batUes of Salamanca, Vlttoria, and the Pyrmces t attack oathe Uaes at Ic Jeaa 
de Lus, aflhlT at Bastlde. aad the battles of Orthesand Toulouse (seTerely wouoded). He has reeetvcd the Gold Medal and two 
Clasps tor Vlttorta. Pyrenees, and Tontouse i and the Slltpr War Medal with clfTen Clasps for the other battles and siec** . 

II Lieut. Oreit served in the Puqjaub campaign of ltt48-9, was present at tbe passage ol the Chenab. and In the batCce of 
-Sadaelapofe aad Ooojerat. aad with the field Ibnw In pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass In March I8«9. Me^al aad 
•Clasp. Bzpedltloa Into the BosniMe country ; In action with the enemy 11th aad 14th Dec 1819 i present at ttw captuie 
.and destruction of the Insurgent Tillages of Saggow, Pullee, Zoormundie, and Sheerkanee. 

IS Lieut. Oabbett serred in the Pui^aub campaign of 1848-B, and was present at the baiUc of Ooqierat, aad with the Sold 
•fbree tn pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber PaM la March 1849. Medal and Clasp. 

14 Lieut. Moore serred In the Pui^aub campaign of 1848-B, and was present at the battie of Goejerat. aad wMi the SeU 
tforee tai pntvult of the enemy to the Khyber Pass la March 1849. Medal and Clasp. Bspcditlon to Kohat aiataiBt the , 

Afl^edle Tribe 10th, llth. llth, and ISifa Feb. 1850. ' 

15 LIcuL M'Donoogh serred In the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, was present at tbe passage of the Chcuh, aad baidei 
•of Chllllanwallah (wounded) and Goojerat, and with ttie fleld fbree in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Phas faa Maich 
aS49. Medal aad two Clasps. 

16 Lieut Braekenbury serred In the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, and was present at tbe battle of Goqjefat, and with the I 
aeld Ibree <a pursuit of the eaemy to the Khyber Pass In March 1849. Medal aad Clasp. Bxpedltlon to tho BaeuftI* 
«oaatry i la aa«aa with the eaemy llth and 14th Dec 1849 i present at the capture anddestnietloB of the laaaiBctt vUlagM 
«f Saggow, Pulleo, Zoonaundle, aad Sheerkanee. 

18 Surgeon Stewart serred with the I9ib throughout the PmUaub ehmpalgn Ul IMt^i l08l«4iiit A* 98mm* ^ tb* I 
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"BGM0NT.OP-ZEE"— "MARTINIQUE"— "OUADALOUPE." 



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CoUmeU'-'^'VhomaA Kenah/ CB.^tm.U Aug 99; X^. 9May 00 ; Capi. 3 Mar.04 ; 

Major, 6 Not. 12; Lieut.^CoL 27 Dec 13; Col. 22 July 30; M(^.-Qmu 

23 Not. 41 ; Lt.-Oen. 11 Not. 51 ; CoL 6dra Foot 25 Nov. 50. 
Lieui.'ColoneL — Hon. Robert Alexander George Dalzell, Ens, p 21 Mareh| 34 ; 

LU9 11 Sept. 35; Cap. P30 Jaly,44; Mqf.vl March, 51; X/.-Co2. 6 Nor. 54. 
Mqjort.^Vaitrick Dndesay, JEtu. p21 Feb. 34; Lieu*. P5Feb.3a; Capt. 16 

Sept. 45 ; Mqjor, P23 Dec. 63. 
iThomas Harries, Ens. p 19 July 33; LUut. p 2 May 34; Capt. p 26 Jan. 44; 

Mqf'or, 6 Not. 54. 
Charles Higginbotham, Ens. p 29 June 15 ; Lieut. 20 Sept. 33 ; Capt. 30 June 

44; Af^^^D€C^64^ 



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GustavusNicollBHarrisoQ p 5 June 35 



CharlesEdwardFairtlough 
William Fred. Carter . . 

John Stillman Gould 

George W. Macquarie . . 
Francis Douglas Grey* r« 
Henry Ferguson Barclay.. 
Robert Carter Bamford . . 
Fred. Geo. Wm. Fearon . . 
Cbas. Le Mesurier Carey 

Thomas Johns 

William Henry Newenham 
John Jeken Cockburn . . 
F. T. Logan Paterson . . 

LlBUTBNANTB. 

Christopher Jas. Magnay 

Vincent Maokesy 

Kenneth Bruce Stuart . . 

Vere Hunt Bowles 

Fred. Lattin Fitsgerald 
Edward Joseph Hunt . . 

Robert Bennett, a4f 

Charles Augustus Hand 
Adrian William Fraser . . 
Archibald Wybergh .... 
Thomas Kyd Morgan . . 
George PerecTal Beamish 

BNBiaNB 

Sam* Ashton Yate Benyon 
Lawrence Bdward &noz .. 
Alex. Macleay Dumaresq 
Stewart Hervey Bruce . . 
^Charles Colquhoun Pye. . 

Stephen Mo<ire 

Riehard Halliday Archer 



P 12 May 37 

P 1 Dec. 37 

P 30 Sept. 42 

P 25 Sept. 35 

May 46 

P May 45 

P 6Sept.34 

27 May 42 

P13 Aug. 47 

P 7 Jan. 48 

17 Dec. 47 

17 Mar. 48 

26 May 48 

P 12 Apr. 50 

22 Dec. 48 
P 17 May 50 
P 10 April 49 
P 14 June 50 
P 17 Sept. 60 
P 17 Oct. 51 
Pll June62 
P17 Dec 52 
P 13 May 53 
P 23 Dec. 53 

23 June 64 



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P 1 Dec. 37 
P31 Dec. 39 

2 April 41 

28 June 44 
P 31 May 39 
P13 Aug.47 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P 12 July 39 

24 May 45 
P 18 Jan. 50 
P 2 Feb. 49 

15 Mar. 50 
P 9 Sept. 51 
p 26 Dec. 51 

P26Mar.52 
P 7 Sept. 52 
P 23 Jan. 5*2 
P 12 Aug. 58 
P 4 Not. 53 
P23 Dec. 53 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 
11 Aug. 54 

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P 3 Apr. 46 

25 Aug. 46 

4 June 47 

P 20 July 49 

P 26 Oct. 44 

P 4 Nov. 68 

P S3 Dee. 68 

6 June 64 

P21 June 60 

6 Nov. 64 

29 Deo. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 



%• Mi^or HsrrlM, Csptalni 
FairtlouRb, Jobns, and Newen- 
ham, were illghtly wounded, 
and Lieuu. Bennett and If or- 
gan were MTerelf wonnded, 
at the battle of Inkerman. 



Sam. Ashton Yate Benyon p 24 Aug. 64 

Lawrence Bdward &noz .. p 25 Aug. 64 

Alex. Macleay Dumaresq 1 Sept. 64 

Stewart Hervey Bruce . . p 17 Not. 54 

^Charles Colquhoun Pye.. 14 Deo. 54 

Stephen Mo<ire 16 Dec. 64 

Riehard Halliday Archer 29 Dec. 54 

Paynuuter.-^ohn Thorp, 8 Oct. 44 ; Em. p27 Sept. 33; Lieut. p6 Jane S64 

Atffutant.—Lieut. Robert Bennett, 16 June 54 

Quarter-Maiter. — Henry Ingram, 16 July 52. 

5ttfveoi».— Robert Lewius, MD. 3 March 54 ; Assist. '-Surg. 18 Dec. 42 

Assist.'8urgeons.^y^\i\\Am Wilson Mills, 28 March 54. 

William Henry Flower, 28 April 64. 

Francis O'Dell, 28 July 54. 

Facings Green. — Agent, Edward S. Codd, Esq. 
1 Lle«t.-G«neral Kenab eerred in Holland in 1799, and was preMnt in tbe aotlon of the 19tb of Sept. 
u vdl ae in eereral other minor affain. In Egypt, under Sir Ralph Abercromby in 1801 ; in Sicilj from 
IMS to ISIS; tubtequentljr on ibe eautern coast of Spain, as Asslsunt, and afterwards as Deputy-Ai^Jutaat- 
Ocneral at tba He«d of the Department, and was present at the battle of Castalla, as also several other 
affairs. Served also at tbe si^e and capture of Oenaa, In April 1814. He has received tbe Gold Medal 
from the Orand Seignior for the Egyptian campaign and also the Silver War Medal with one Clasp. 

t Cspc OtC7 tervcd •■ aa lasfgn la the f 4th Benffsl N. I. daring tbv Mtapsisn on the Sutlf J, and was pretsnt at the 
>sm>ofrsrae-hah (Medal). 



9 Gape. Wbitmore served In tbe latter part of the Kaffir war in 1S47. Was lu the action of Boein Plasu 
tad defeat of the Insarffent Boers in 1848. Served throughout the Kaffir war of 1851 -6S, and was present with 
the Sod DlTlsioo in nearly every affitir, including the storming of the Iron Mountain. Commanded Sir 
Harry Smith's escort from March to Nor. 1861, during which time he was repeatedly employed as a staff 
ofllcer wUb the Tarioas columns on patrol. Acted as M^Jor of Brigade to the 2nd Division, from Nor. 
IWI toOet. 186S; and as Brigade Miijor to the Cavalry Bdsadein the Expedition under Sir George Cath- 
cstt, ending In the battle of Berea. He has had two horses shot under him In action, and has been repeat- 
edly thanked in Brigadeand Division Orders, as well as in the General Orders and Despatchesof Sir H. Smith 
•odofSlrG.Cathcart. 

IS Caalaia Carter Mrved with the 81st daring the war in Burmsh ^m April to Aagatt 1869 \ was on board the E. I. G. 
■AcsBMOQp SeMtMedariag the naval aetion and destruction of the enemy's atockadet on the Rangoon river, scrrcd 
'*Hag the aaeceediac three days' operattoni in the vicinity, and at the atonn and capture of Rangoon ; alao at the 
^■ssatt sad eaatare el Baasein, I9th May (severely woondcd). Wa mentioned in General Godwin'a deapatches as 

teetving the neat eoasideradonof Oovcmmenf for his aervioes at the capturing byatorm the cnemy'a atrongnold, 

* honoured with the hc»t 



—. e capturing by ai 

■fdsatfeBabedpeaidon aoutb ofBaaacin. anncd with sixteen guns and twenty gingsUa; and 



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116 6ith ( The 2nd Staffordshire) ttegt. of foot, ^^'^^^i^:^'^' 

"ST. LUCIA"— "SURINAM." 

Colonel.^9 Sir Richard Bourke/ KCB. Sns, 22 No?. 17d8; Lt, k Capt. 25 

Nov. 99r^q?<'^ 27 Aug. 1805; Lt.-CoL 16 Sept. 06; Col. 4 Jnne, 14; 

Mqj.'Oen. 19 July, 21; Lt.-Gen. 10 Jan. 87; Gen, 11 Nov. 51; Col. 64th 

Regt. 29 Nov. 37. 
Xi«u^-Col<me7<.— James Stopfopd,* CB. Ens, P17 Sept, 25; Lt, P2 Nov. 26; 

Cap*. P 10 Sept. 30; Mqjor, nil March, 42; ^r«v<-Xt.-Ci>/.30 April,44; 

Lt.'CoL 13 Nov. 47 ; Col. 20 June, 54. 
Nicholas Wilson, KH. Eiu. 31 Oct. 09; Lieut. 7 Oct. 13; Capt. P24 Oct. 

21 ; Mtyor, p 30 Dec. 28 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-CoL 4 Aug. 48 ; 

Col. 20 June, 54. 
Mqjore. — Maximilian James Western, Ens. P 10 June, 26 ; Lieut, p 8 June, 

30 ; Capt. P29 Dec. 35 ; Mqjor, p 11 April, 45 ; Bt. Lt.-Col. 20 June, 54. 
James Draper, Ens. 18 Dec. 23; Lieut. p19 Nov. 25; Capt. p 24 Dec. 29; 

Brevet-Major, 9 Nov. 46 ; Mqjor, 22 Dec. 48 ; Bt. Lt..Col. 20 June 54. 



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Captains. | 

Thomas Stirling 

Geo. W.Powlett Bingham 
Charles William Sibley*. . 

Neville Hill Shutc 

Thomas Anderson 

Robert Du Cane 

Robert Mockier 

Henry Francis 

Alfred Picton Bowlby . . 

Charles Thompson 

Winter Qoodc 

William John Chads* .... 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Wm.Fletcher Jas. Morphy 
RichardCha.M'Crea,* a4j 

Matthew Fanning 

Geo. Hamilton Twemiow 
Arch. E. Cochrane Forster 
Doveton D. Green tree . . 
Chas. Fred. Brockman*. 
Godfrey Lyon Knight . . 

William Bell 

Chamb. Henry Hinchiiff 
Frederick J. Hutchison . . 
Stand, de Courcy O'Grady 

Valentine Ryan 

David Mortimer Murray 

Alfred John Tuke 

Thomas Arch. Mackinnon 
Richard Henry Willcocks 
Robert Vaughan Dickens 
William Knox ..... 
William Sheehy...< 
Alexander Benison 
ENSiaNS. 
Rowland Bateman . . 
Louis D'Acosta . • • . 

John Hudson 

Henry Turner . . . 



ENSIGN. 



LIBUT. 



23 Apr. 39 
P 16 Feb. 38 

27 Nov. 24 
P 22 Mar. 44 

16May34 
P 3 Apr. 46 

12 Sept. 43 
P 23 June 43 
31 Oct. 45 
P 19 June 46 
P 26 Apr. 44 
P 12 Nov. 47 

29 May 42 

28 July 43 
1 Feb. 44 

P 11 Oct. 44 
10 May 44 

i» 9 May 45 
15 Apr. 46 
28 Feb. 45 

21 Jan. 48 
P 9 Apr. 47 

22 Dec. 48 
P 16 Feb. 49 

30 Nov. 49 
14 Dec. 49 

P 15 Feb. 60 
P 25 Sept. 49 
P 3 Nov. 48 
1 May 46 
P17 June51 
P22 Nov, 50 
P 18 Apr. 51 

P 12 Oct. 52 

14 Mar. 53 

P 22 Apr. 53 

P 16 Dec. 53 



CAPTAIN. BRBV.-MAJ. 



20 June 54 



15 Dec. 54. 

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P 6Mav 42 P28 Apr. 48 
8 April 42 P 12 Sept. 48 

16 Oct. 26 19 Aug. 42 
P25Sept.46 p 9 Aug. 50 
P 29 Dec. 37 22 Aug. 48 
P 28 Apr. 48 P 15 Nov. 50 

12 Jan. 48 9 May 51 

14 Sept. 45 15 Mar. 53 

12 Mar. 48 15 Mar. 53 
P 2 June 48 28 Oct. 53 
P 28 Aug. 46 P 25 June 52 
P 12 Sept. 48 30 J une 54 

1 Col, 

10 Nov. 43 
9 Jan. 46 
14 Apr. 46 

16 May 46 
22 Dec. 46 

9 Jan. 47 
P 15 Oct. 47 

17 Mar. 48 
P 29 Dec. 48 

P 3 Aug. 49 

9 May 51 

5 Dec. 51 

2 Jan. 52 

P 26 Nov. 52 

8 Jan. 53 

30 Apr. 53 

13 May 53 

5 Nov. 50 

p 16 Dec. 53 

20 Jan. 54 

30 June 54 

7 Doctor iBflii tcrvM tiie Pai^Mib eaaif«l«B of 
184S-9 with the lOtb. Ineludlnf tbe whole of th* ahft 
operations before Moultan (tbecreuor pmrt of whiA 
i& medieol ebsfge of th« rcgt.) , and battle of Oaojeni 
(Modal and Clatpe). 



the 40Ui throofhoat tke e_ 
In Candahar and In AffchaaliUa 
dnrinir 1841 and 4t (medal)t and ke 
com m a n d e d the Begt. In the acttaa 
of Maharajpore, S9th Dec l»4S(a»- 
dal^t until terereljr wonndcd ia th* 
•tdCt— he had alio a borae eat don 
under him. 

t Major Sibley gerred wHh the 
13tb In tbe Burmese wari and «ith 
tbe 6tnd In the eampaifn aa the 
SutleJ I and was serevdy weoadcd 
in the battle of reroaeahah (medal). 
5 Lt. M*Crea serred with ade- 
tadiment of the 17th with LL-CoL 
Otttram*! Light Brigade, la the 
Southern MahratU Campaign ef 
1844-0, and was pvcicat In aU iu 
operations. Inelndtag the eapCarc of 
Ootea and stotmiag of Mea^bar 
stockades. • 

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IUJahorCoorgbil8S4| theopers- 
tloni against Kuraool in 1818 ; and 
at the battle of Mahai^pofe on the 
tMh Dee 184S(Medal). 



Paymaster. — James Howes, 1 Oct. 47 ; QtMrter-Master,^ Sept. 39. 
Adljutant.^Lieut. Richard Charles M'Crea/ 12 Sept. 53. 
Quarter-Maeter.-^ohn Sears/ 1 Oct. 47 j Ens. 8 May 46; Lt. p 19 March 47. 
Surgeon.— Hme& Gordon Inglis,? M.D., 26 March 52; Assist^-Surg. 29 Mar. 39. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Henry Crisp, 3 Nov. 48. 

Thomas Carey, 24 Jan. 51 . 
Robert Thomas Buckle, M.D., 14 Oct. 61, 
Facings Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir Riehard Bourke lerrcd in Holland In 1709, and was prcient In the actions of the S7th Aug. 10th and 19th SepC Sn4 
and 0fh Oct. where he recelred a severe wound through both jaws, fferred as Qoarter-Master-Ocneral In South Amrriea, 
and was present In the actions of the 19th and SOth Jan. 1807 ; at the siege and storming of Monte Video, and In the expcditioa 
against Buenos Ayres. 

4 M^or Chads serrrd as Aide-de.Canp to General Godwin ttarougbeut the Burmese War of 1851.58, and was pnteat tt 
tlie assault and capture of Martaban, the destmetion of tbe river stockades at Rangoon, attack on the White hoiuc 
Stockade, Itth April (wounded but did not quit tbe field), and operations of the two following days, eonelodlng with tJw 
ttorm of tbe Great Shoe Dagon Pagoda Stockade. Also present at the captures of Basscln and Pegu, the relief efibe 
beli-ajurred garrison at Pegn, and tbe operatlops of the four following days, during which the enemy In force wei« dritrs 
I ui onhrrcrntrcncbcd positions. RecclTed the thanks of the OoTcmor^l^eneiml in Cooaell «■ six separate occaiioai 
during iLe war. 



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•] 65th{The2drorhhireN.Riding)Rto/Ft.['^^^^ 

Tlie Royal Tiger, superecribed " INDIA'*— "ARABIA." 

CoUmeL—^ Samuel Benjamin Auchmuty,* CB. Sns. 15 Oct. 97 ; Lt, 13 Mar.OO; 

Capt. 14 Nov. 05; Arq;Vw,21 June 13; Lt.-CoL 12 April 14; Ca/. 6May 31; 

Mqfor-Oen. 23 Not. 41 ; Lt.-Qen. 11 Nov. 51 ; CoL 65th Foot, 31 Jan. 5U 
Lieut.'Colonel.'-^haTleB EmiUus Gold^ Ens, 9 20 Mar. 28; Lt. p28 Oct. 31 ; 

Capt. P5Feb. 36; Miyar,P4 Oct 44; Lieut.-Col.ZODec. 45; Co/. 20 June 54. 
Jfii;Vw*.— Alfred Francis W. Wyatt, Ens. P12 Dec. 26; Lieut. i'23 Apr. 29; 

Capt. P 19 Sept. 34; Mqfor, p 23 Sept. 45 ; Bt. Lt.-CoL 20 June 54. 
James Patience,* Ens. 5 April, 10; Lieut. 24 Oct. 11 ; Capt. 13 Jfoy. 27; 

Brev.'Mq;orf 23 Nov. 41 ; Mqjor, 30 Dec. 45 ; Breo. Lt.^Col. 11 Nov. 51, 



Captains. 
Geo. Freeman Murray 
William Pym Young 
Oliver Barker D'Arcey 
Duncan Bazalgette . . 
Robert Henry MacQregor 

George Meyler 

James PanP 

R. B.TwyfordTheIwaU« 

John Gordon 

Robert Murphy NicoUs 
Richard Maxwell Slegg. . 
Fra. Beaumaris Bulkeley 

LlBUTENANTS. 

Henry Ferdinand Turner 
Thomas Geo.Strange, a^, 

Charles Blewitt 

Cha. A. Miguel Serrantes 

OctaviusJohnBlakeMareh 

Thomas Walter Still 

JohnO wen Jones Priestley 

George Buck 

F. Stansfield HerrieS(/.a<(/. 

Frederick Wemyss 

A.NicholsonMagratIui.jmi, 

Frederick Bailie 

Ernest Christ. Wilford . . 
Lionel Smith Warren . . 

William Little 

Ensigns. 
Charles James Urquhart 
Edmund Jacob Whi thread 

Walter Higgin 

Joseph William Lewis 
Henry Stratton Bates 
Arthur Branthway t Toker 
John Joseph Grlnlinton 
William Popham Wrixon 
Thos. A. Massy Dickln 
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26 Apr. 28 p 29 June 32 
P 26 Oct. 30 P27 Nov. 35 
P 8 Apr. 26 P Dec. 31 



P?l Jan. 40 
Pdl Dec. 41 
P 7 Oct. 42 

8 Nov. 48 
P 8 Nov. 44 

5 Oct. 41 

9 July 37 



31 Dec. 41 

P 13 June 45 

P 23 Sept. 45 

19 Dec. 45 

10 Apr. 49 

4 July 45 

4 Oct. 39 



P 23 Sept. 45 p 13 Dec. 50 
P 22 June 47 j 18 Sept. 51 

8 Feb. 42 S Dec. 
P22Dec. 48,P27 Junebl 
P 8 May 46 | 22 Dec. 48 
14 Dec. 49, P 30 Apr. 53 
PUJune 50,1*28 May bSL 
P 15 Oct. 50 P 12 Oct. 52 



7 Feb. 51 
P 14 Feb. 51 

4 Apr. 51 
P 11 July 51 
14 May 52 
P 11 June 52 
P23Nov. 52 
P 23 Nov. 52 
P 29 July 53 

P 2 Sept 53 

P 25 Nov. 53 

P 28 Mar. 54 

28 Apr. 54 

P 18 Aug. 54 

P25 Aug. 54 

6 Oct. 54 

20 Oct. 54 



P 26 July 53 

P 2 Sept 53 

P 25 Nov. 58 

P 28 Mar. 54 

6 June 54 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P18 Aug.54 

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P 5 Jan. 30 

12 Sept 43 

19 Dec. 45 

19 Aug. 50 

P 28 May 52 

P 26 July 53 

P 2 Sept 53 

P 25 Nov. 53 

6 June 54 

12 Oct. 52 

P 4 Aug. 54 

p 8 Dec. 54 



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11 Nor. 51 
20 June 54 



r. 46 ; Ens. p2 Sept 86; Xf . p 19 Mar. 41 . 



P 8 Dec. 54 
Williams Marshall, 3 Apr 
Adjjutant. — lAeut. Thomas George Strange, 25 Nov. 53. 
Quorter-JIfew^er.— Edward Withers, 21 Nov. 51. 

Surgeon. — Robert Keating Prendergast, 14 Apr. 46; Asstst.-Surg. 7 Oct 36. 
AsstMtant-Surgeons.'^ThomM Esmonde White, M.D., 26 Sept 46. 

Facings White.— ^^en^«, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 Lleat.-4>eneiml Aaehmuty Mired tevenil years in the West Indies, aod was present st the storminir of 
Morne Fbruinte, 8L Lucia. In 1800 he aeoonipanled the second battalion Royal Fusiliers to Portugal, 
sod was present at Oporto and Talavera as Mijor o' Brigade to Sir AIpx. Cainphell; and at the battle of 
Baiieo, the retreat of the army to and subsequent advance from the lines of Torres Vedras, and battle o< 
PueatM d'OBor, as Deputy Assistant Ad(Jtttant*Oeneral to the Sixth Dirision. On return to the Peninsula 
from sick !••▼• he was appointed extra Alde*de-camp to Sir Lowry Colo, and was In action with the 
Fourth IMriiloa at Yittoria and the Pyrenees,— at the latter was promoted to the Brevet rank of Mojor. 
Soeeeedin^ soon afterwaids to the R^imenial Mi^orlty» he commanded the light companies of Mi^or- 
Oeaeral Boss's brigade, and served with them at Orthcs and Toulouse,— at the latter, w«f promoted Brevet 
Lieat^Colonel. He has received ihe gold Medal and one Clasp for the battles of Orihcs and Toulouse; 
a»d the silTer War Medal with Ave Clasps for the other battles. 

S LL-CoLPaticaee was present at the nirrender of Martinique, and at tbe capture of Lei Saintes and Ouadaloupe, lu 1816. 

4 Capt. Paal served with tbe 31it throuihout the campaign of IS45-6 on the SutleJ. and was present in the battlei of 
Msadhee. FcroMthab, (wooaded), Duddiwal, AUwal. and Sobraon \ Ucdal and three clasps. He carried the Queen's 
Celoor of the list at Moodkee and Feroieshah. 

5 Capt. TbcHrall served agalast tbe rebel natlres in the Southern District of New Zealand, la ll4f, sad eoesaMaded the 
•dvseeedfaity ef the 6Mb Begt. in the eagagsaeat at Wtngsaui on tbt 19th July of that year. 



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1 18 66th ( The Berkshire) Regt of FoaL 

-•DOTOO"— « TALA VERA"— " ALBUHERA"— " VnT0RIA"-^YRSjSB8-— 
1 „ NIVELLE"— « NIVE"— "0RTHE8"--" PENINSULA." 
Co?<m«/.—^| Richard Blunt,* ^iw. 31 Jan. 1787; Xi«it. 23 Feb. 01: Coot 12 
July, 93; 3fq;or, 17 May, 96; Xi«ti^-Co/. «3Aug. 99; Co/. 26 Oct. 1809; 
Mqjor-Gen.l Jan.l2; X^-0<en.27 May,26; Gen. 28Nov.41; Coieeth Regt! 

Zt6uf.-Co2(me?.— John Heneage Grubbe, Bns. p 20 Aug. 18; LUut p 24 Feb 
26 ; Copt. P 18 May 26 ; Mqfar, p 19 Jan. 39 ; ldeut.'CQl 3 Sept.'47.: Col 
28 Nov. 64. *- * . 

Mqjor$.^Sir William Gordon, Bart,^ Em, p6 June 28 ; Lieut. P27 Anr SS • 
Capt, P 12 May 37 ; Mtvar, p 6 Nov. 46 ; Brev. Lt..CoL 20 June 64. ' 

Charles Edward Michel ; Ent. p25 Nov. 28 ; Lieut, 23 Nov. 83 : Copt. P2 Feb 
88 ; Mqjor, P 26 June, 47. 



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Ub 


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Pay. 


87 


A 


S7 


A 


27 





29 





20 





14 





13 





10 





10 





9 





8 





8 





11 





8 





8 





10 





7 





6 





6 





6 





6 





4 





4 





4 





4 





4 





4 





8 





8 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





1 





13 





6 





9 





14 





9 





4 






CAPTAI2t8. 

George Maxwell . . 

Edw. Montagu Davenport* 

George Charles Downman 

Tom Benson 

Robert Conner , 

John Clifton Hawkes. . . . 
Webster Thomas Gordon 

George Watson 

David Robert Ross .... 
Charles Wm. Aylmer , . 
Arch. Hamilton Dunbar 
Charles Perrin 

LlBUTENAVTS. 

John Walker 

Richard Homer Paget . . 

Alfred Torrens 

Horatio George Dickens 
H. Firth,il4r • (O-Af.ie Peb.49) 
Edward James Storey 
Charles James Knox Gore 
Sir C.F.WheelerCuf[&,B^ 

Leslie Eames 

Wm. Henry Jones Westby 

James Galbraith 

James Lorenzo Verschoyle 

Alfred Austin 

Fred. Hugh Irwin Day • • 
C. J. Thornton Duesbury 

Enbions. 
Richard Thomas Hughes 
Charles Augustus Shortt 
Alfred Trigge 
Henry Charles Spearman 
John Baidng Short .... 
Charles Valentine Oliver 

John Tobin Ready 

Richard Salisbury Bagge 



ENSIGN. 



P23 Feb. 26 
P24 Apr. 36 
29 Oct. 41 
P 8 Nov. 42 
P 11 July 46 
P 24 Jan. 46 
p 
p 



HBUT. 



29 May 28 

6 Aug. 38 

28 Dec. 43 

P 8 Aug. 46 

f» 6 Nov. 46 

, 14 Mar. 47 

1 Dec. 46 1 P 12 Sept. 48 



9 Apr. 47 

2 Apr. 47 

21 Dec. 44 

P 28 Sept. 47 

P 24 Dec. 47 

P 26 Nov. 46 

1 Dec. 48 

9 Mar. 49 

P 4 May 49 

8 Mar. 60 

9 Jan. 49 

PlBMay 61 

P 16 May 61 

P 17 June 61 

P 17 Oct. 61 

P 12 Dec. 61 

P 13 Dec. 61 

P 11 June 62 

9 July 62 

P21 April 64 



14 Nov. 48 

26 Oct. 48 

P28 Aug. 46 

P30Mar.49 

P 4 May 49 

P 13 July 49 
P 6 June 61 
P 17 Oct. 61 
P 2 Apr. 62 
P 18 June 62 

26 June 62 

P 6 May 63 

P21 April 64 

P28 April 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 

P 8 Sept. 64 

P 3 Nov. 64 

1 Deo. 64 



OAPTAIll. 



21 Oct. 43 
P 31 Dec. 44 
14 Nov. 48 
P30 Mar. 49 
P 4 May 49 
P14 Mar. 61 
P 14 May 62 
P 28 April 64 

6 June 64 
P 1 Sept. 64 
P 3 Nov. 64 

1 Dec. 64 



BBBT.-MAJ. 



20 June 64 



6 Aitltt-8urg. MaadariUe aerrcd dnrlof tbt 
whole of the eampalgn undar Sir Oaorgv Berle* 
ley agateat the Kaflrs ia 1847, In awdfral 
charge of all the Native Leviee. AoeompaDied 
the expedition in 1648 against the Rebel Been. 
Serred alto Id the Kaffir War of 18M-S1. and 
was pretent when a atrong foree oroomhuH 
Kaffirs and Hottentota were defeated at Pbrt 
Brown on the 1st Oct. 18A1, tn (heir attenpt 
to capture the cattle belonging to the Fort. 



P28 April 64 
6 June 64 
21 July 64 
P24 Aug. 64 
P 26 Aug. 64 
P 8 Sept. 64 
P 9 Sept. 64 
p 3 Nov. 64 
PaynuMf^.— Arthur Pilkington/ 9 Mair. 49 ; Ent. 8 Nov. 42; JU, 11 Sept 45. 
Acljutant,—Lieut. Harry Firth, 8 March, 60. 
Quarter-Matter.— Qeorge Pollard, 28 July, 46. 

Surgeon,^¥rederick William Tupper, 26 Dec. 61 ; Atsigt.-Surg, 8 June 41. 
Assittant'Surgeont.-^Bdwud William Thomas MandevUle,* 26 Sept. 46. 
William Sim Murray, M.fi. 10 Jan. 61. 
Faeinffi Qntn.^^Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 General Blunt tenrod In Lord Koira'ieipedltlon, and In Flanden in 1704 and M, and was aelNaly «>- 
nloyed la the Weailndlea,fh>m 1799 until 1809. He haa iince aerved In Hanover, Madalm, and to the 

9 CapU Davenport tarred with the 06th In Canada daring the RebeUlon In 1887-98, and was pnaent la tte 
notion of Bt. Denis. 

4 Paymatter PlUlngton lenred with the 8Ift In the campaign on the SutleJ (medal and onedasp), aad 
waa praient In the hatUes of lloodkee and Feroaeahah, In which laat he ww aeyaraly wounded thraatk 
hotk anklet by a grape thot. 



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21 
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19 
23 
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12 
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P»T, 



J 67tA ( The South Hampshire) Regt of Foot [ •gj^ oal"***^ 

"BARROSA"— "PENINSULA*'— The Boyal Tiger, iuperacribed " INDIA - 
CoUmel.^9 Sir CoUn Campbell,' KCB. JBns. 26 May 08 ; Id^.is June 00* 

Capt. 9 Nov. 13 ; Mc^ar, 96 Nov. 26 ; Lieut.-Col. 26 Oct. 32 ; Col^B^c 

42; Mqj.'Oen. 20 Jane, 64 ; CoL 67th F. 24 Oct. 64. 
Lt.'ColmeL^BdwaTd Basil Brooke. 2nd Lt, R. Art, 16 Dec. 17 • Lt g Anril 

25; Capt. Pll July 26; Mqj, ?5 July,31; Lt,-Col. 9 Nov.46; cJz. 20 JuniS! 
Jf<|/or«.— Thomas Josephus Deverell, JBru. 7 Nov. 22 ; Lieut 25 Jane a9 • Cffl»i. 

P 30Aug. 31 ; Brev.Mqf. 9 Nov. 46; Afq;.8 8ept.47; £r.Lt,-Coi. 20 JunecZ 
Thomas Edmond Knox, JSne. 26 Jan. 38; Lieut, p 24 Jane 42; Capt, 31 July 

46; Mqjar, P 17 Aug. 62. ^ ' 



Captains. 

Thomas Byrne 

John Porter 

Charles Barnard Hague. . 

Henry Collette 

William Pilsworth 

Robert Hudson Wood . . 
Dogald Stewart Miller . . 

Henry Crofton 

Cotm^ WilliamC. Rivarola 
Chas. Carew de Morel,' 9. 
Robert FoUett Synge^ .. 
J.B. Creagh/ i.c.MJane54 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Thomas Basil Tuite ... 
James Graham, A^» .... 

Daniel Thompson 

William D' Arcy, d,pm, . 
Henry S. G. S. Knight . . 
Edward Daubeuy, d. adj, 
Alfred Adding^n Jones 
Edmund Holden Steward 
William Serjeant Arnold 

John Inman, r 

Arthur Henry Coney . . • • 
Charles Wm. Pearson . . 
Robert Philip Armstrong 
Geo. T. Horton Atchison 

James John Wood 

ENSiaNs. 

Louis Walter Fisher 

Edward 8. Randal Smyth 
Richard Edwyn Barry . . 

Malacht Nugent 

Joseph Harry F. Blythe 

Edward Coxen 

Arthur Forbes Robertson 



BNSION. 



4 Nov. 19 
P 28 Mar. 34 
P 6 Sept. 36 
P 26 Aug. 36 
P 24 May 33 
Pll Mar. 42 
P24Feb. 43 
P 8 Sept. 46 
P 1 Aug. 46 
P24 0ct. 46 
P 20 Oct. 40 

9Apra26 

P31 Dec. 42 

3 May 
Pll July 46 

10 July 46 
2 Sept. 46 

29 Dec. 46 

29 Dec. 46 

P 6 Aug. 47 

P13Aug. 47 

11 Jan. 47 
10 Apr. 49 

P 18 Sept. 49 

P26 Feb. 48 

26 Oct. 50 

P 14 Feb. 61 



LIEUT. 



6 Mar. 23 

P 29 Dec. 37 

P 30 Dec. 37 

22 Jan. 39 

18 Mar. 38 

P 6 Dec. 43 

Pll July 46 

P19 Nov. 47 

P 6 Aug. 47 

P29 May 49 

26 Sept. 42 

12 June 28 

P 23 Aug. 44 

29 Dec. 46 

P 16 Apr. 47 

p 13 Aug. 47 

3 June 47 
P 28 Aug. 49 
P 28 Aug. 49 
P 3 Jan. 61 
P31 Jan. 61 

1 Mar. 49 
P 8 June 62 
P 3 June 63 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 
11 Aug. 64 



CAPTAIN. 



22 Jan. 89 
P 6 Oct. 43 
P 6 Dec. 43 
P 23 Feb. 44 
9 Nov. 46 
P 28 Aug. 49 
^31 Jan. 61 
P17Jan. 61 
P 8 June 62 
P 23 Nov. 62 
6 June 64 
P 6 Oct. 32 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



11 Nov. 61 
20 June 64 
20 June 64 



12 Dec. 
9 Nov. 46 



t Capt. Synre lerred «Mi tli« 
CamcronUiM on tb« Chiiw «ipe. 
dltioa (medal), aod carried the 
oolonn of the refflmcnt at the n. 
pulM of the nitht attack on Ninffpo* 
the attack and capture of Ohapoo. 
tb^ taking of Slian«hac and Woo* 
■unc, the atormlnc of Cbin Kiang 
Poo, and the operations before 
Nankin. 

4 Lirat-Col. Creafh eerrcd in 
the Anflo-lpanlth Lerioo, and 
wag encafcd on the belfhts of 
Arlaban in Aiava, on the Iflth, Uth, 
and 18th January ISSS, betides 
■CTcral otiher aflkirt. He wai also 
employed on a Particular flerrlec 
in Canada at the oalbreak of the 
RebeUien in IST. 



04 

.64 
.64/ 



P17 June 61 

P 23 Jan. 62 

P 3 Feb. 64 

P 6 May 64 
6 June 64 
19 Oct. i 

P 20 Oct. 
Paymatter,^YiQwy Butler, 8 July 63 ; Mm, p 12 Sept. 48 ; Lieut, p 22 Oct. 62. 
Adjutant, — Lieut, James Graham, 22 Jan. 47. 
Qtfor^er-lfa^er.— Oeorge Crispm, 26 Oct. 39; Ene. 22 Mar. 39. 
^ttr^Mm.~John Elliot Carte, M.D. 18 Feb. 63; Aeeiet.-Surg, 31 Dec. 41. 
Aerietant-'SurffeaM.'-John Duff, M.D. 3 Aug. 49. 

Facings Yellow. — Agente, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 sir Colfai Caaapbell serred with the 9th Eegt in the Penhitula and at Walehexen, and was present at the battle of 
Viaiua, in Hm adTance and retreat of the army under Sir John Moore, and battle of Corunna } at the batUe of Bairoea 
aBd the deCnee of Tarlfa. He was attached to the army of Ballest«ros at the latter end of 181S, and was present at sereial 
*Sklrs« slsolnaaezpedHion to rcUere Tanrafona ; was at the aflhirof Osma, battle of Vittoria, siege of St. Sebastian, 
^^en be rseelvcd two severe wounds, and passsae of the Bidassoa, where he was afaln scTcrely wounded. Senred in 
America hi 1814<i» in the 80th Rifles. Was Brifade- Mi^or of the troops enfaged in quelling the insurrection In Denerara 
la lan. Commanded the Mth Regt. fai the expedition to China in 184S, Inclndfaig the capture of Chlnkiangfoo and suh- 
(•qatnt operatiens near to Nankin. Commanded the Srd dlT^on of the army of the Punjaub throughout the Pn^Janb 
campaign of 1848.^, Inclndhtg the aflUr of Ranmunvr, passage of Bm Chenab, aflkir of Sedoolapore, battles of ChillianwaUah 
(•eondedj and Ooojeimt, and the flnal operations. He was eonstantly employed in 1881 and 1861, when Brigadier*Generai 
'"■naaling the Peehawnr districts, in operations against the Hill Tribes surrounding the valley, including the ftorefaig of 
*• Kohat Pam nnder Sir Charles Napier, and repeated affldrs with the Momunds, wbo Anally made terms after their defeat 
>* f^ Pso by a sasalt detachment of cavalry and horse artillery nnder Sir Colln's immediate com ma nd, the eerahlned 
^^ amnhfTing upvmids of 8,000 men. In 1851 he commanded an expedition against the Ootmankbail and Raaasat 
^^ibcs. whom be attacked In their ealUee, and destroyed tbe strongly defended eillage of Nowadnnd, the fortlSed Tillage of 

' ' ' ^- ■ ■ ■ ote, where they mustered 8,000 men, while the fbr«e 

Brigade throughout the Basiem campaign of 1854, 
r Sebastopot Sir Colin has received the War Medal 
9 Clasps, and was nominated K.C.B. after the Pn^Mih 

1 N^av'da HoNl served the Baatetn campaign ori864 m AMo4o>eanp to Oenenl l i t eourt, 
Atea, BelakUva, and Inkerman, and siege of Seboflop^ 



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Emb. for Holla. 28 Feb. 51. 

Butern Expedition. 

Depot et Pemior. 

ORTHES-*-^** PEN INSULA.'* 

"^ Colonel. —9 Sir William Lewis Herries/ CB. KCH. £ns. 23 Jan. 01 ; Id. 17 

" ra? March 03; CapL Oct. Qd ; Me^or,'Z J nne 14; Xrf.-Co/. 81 July 17; CW.10 

Pay. Jan. 37 ; 3/tfJ.-Geii.9Nov.46; X.^."6:e/i.,20 June54; Co^ 68thF., 17 April54. 

^-Q-. Lieut.-ColoneL — Heury Smyth, JSns. p 28 June 33 ; Lieut, p 28 OcU 36 : Capt. 

i P 2 Dec. 42; Mqjor, P 12 May 48 ; Lt.-CoL p 30 Dec 63. 

Mqfors.^-GeoTge Macbeath, JEns. p 15 Oct. 29 j Lt.P 31 May, 33 j Capt. P 28 

! Oct. 86 .; Bt.-Mqj. 9 Nov. 46; Brevet Lt.-Col. 20 June 64 ; Mqj. 6 Nov. 54 
' Herbert Blomit, Em. p 8 Nov. 33; Lieut, p 16 Sept. 37 : Capt, 23 July 44: 

I Afq/or, 24 Nov. 54. 
Henry Harpur Greer, Ene. p 10 Sept. 41 ; Lieut. p20 Aug. 44: Capt. P31 Dec 
47; 3f^;or, 29 Dec. 64. 



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11 
10 

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13 
10 

9 
12 

9. 
13 

8 

7 

6 



« 































Captains. 

John Edward Lewi p 12 Jan. 30 

Thomas Henry Somerville 26 Oct. 42 

Horatio Harbord Morani 

Hon. Dan. Greville Finch 

Fred. Stuckley Savage . . 

Thomas Wbitmore Storer 

VV. Hervey FitzGcrald,' 

Stephen Croft 

John Cassidy • • . . . 

C. U. SImttleworth 

T. DeCourcy Hamilton,^. 
I William Henry Seymour 
I Harrison W. j". Trent . . 

i Henry White 

j Cavendish Chas. FitzBoy 
Lieutenants. 

Herbert Vaughan 

Richard Lloyd Edwards 

John Cator 

Harry Edmond Smyth. 

Henry L, Batiiscombe . 

Chris. Brice Wilkinson . 

Hugh Shelley Light . . . 

Aubrey Harvey Tucker. 

James Marshall 

Edward Rich. Fox Vicare 

Sheffield Grace 

Edward Deshon 

F. De LuttrellSaundersoo 
Ensigns. 

John Francis Sparke . . 

Edmund Peel Ethelston 

J.Hobart Culme Seymour 

John Blood 

Thomas Reeder Clarkson 

Gilbert All'rcd Nicholetts 



P 20 Aug. 44 
P 2 May 46 
P 30 Jan. 46 
P 2 Dec. 42 
P 6 May 37 
P 28 Aug. 46 
19 May 43 
P 18 Sept. 46 
P 30 Sept. 42 
P 7 May 47 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P 12 April 60 
P 22 Nov. 60 

P 26 Dec. 61 

P 23 Jan. 62 

30 July 62 

23 Nov. 62 

8 July 63 

Pll Oct. 63 

P21 Oct. 63 

P 13 Sept. 63 

P 17 Mar. 64 

P 6 May 64 

P 17 Oct. 61 

6 June 64 

28 July 64 



LIEUT. 



23 Jan. 36 
P 28 Nov. 45 
P 3 Nov. 46 
P 22 Dec. 46 
P31 Dec. 47 
P 23 Jan. 46 
6 Jan. 41 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P 12 May 48 

10 Apr. 47 

10 June 52 
P 1 July 63 
P21 Oct. 63 
P 20 Jan. 64 

P 17 Mar. 54 
6 June 54 
6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 
11 Aug. 64 
11 Aug. 64 

P 25 Aug. 64 
6 Nov. 54 
6 Nov. 64 
1 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 56 
8 Dec. 64 



CAPTAIN. 



BREY.-MAJ. 



13 July 47 
P 2 Nov. 49 
y2l Oct, 53 
P30 Dec. 63 
P 10 Mar. 54 
6 June 64 
9 Dec. 51 
P 26 Aug. 64 

6 Nov. 54 

24 Nov. 54 

1 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

2 Captain FItsGerald serred 
In the Anglo-Spaniih Legion 
daring 1830-87; waa leverely 
wounded in the action of ilie 
5ih llaj near St. Sebattiaa, 
and hiu two Crosses ic a Medal 
for his conduct and stfrrioes. 

*•* The following offioen 
were present at the battles In the 
Crimea, viz :— L.t.«Cola.8m7tli 
and Macbeath; Mi^or Blouot; 
Capts. Lewis, SomervUIe, Mo- 
rant (wounded in the trenches 
before Sebaatopol in October), 
Pinch, Sarage, Storer, Croft, 
Cassidj, Shuttlewortb, Ha- 
milton, SeTmour, and Fiu- 
Boy ; Lts. Vaughan, Edwards, 
Cator (dangerously wounded at 
InkermanX Smyth, Battis- 
combe, Wilkinson, Light, 
Tucker, Marshall, Vicars, De- 
shon, and Saunderson ; Paym. 
Uadley ; Quartermaster Tunki, 
Surgeon Orares ; Assist. Sur< 
geons Shlell and Johnstone. 



1 John Francis Sparke . . p 23 Aug. 54 

1 Edmund Peel Ethelston p 24 Aug. 64 

1 J.HobartCulmeSeymour P26 Aug. 64 

1 John Blood 8 Sept. 64 

1 Thomas Reeder Clarkson 14 Der. 54 

1 Gilbert All'rcd Nicholetts 16 Dec. 54 , 
30 Paymaster.—Wm Hadley,' 13 July 49 ; Ene. 10 April 25 ; Lieut. 24 Sept. 81. 
13 At^utant. — Lietd. Thomas De Courcy Hamilton, 23 Aug. 50. 

7 QMar/er-Afa**er.— Thomas Tuuks, 14 Apr. 48. 
20 5'ur(7eon.— John Stewart Graves/ 2 July 41 ; A.-S. 28 Sept. 26; H.-A . 22 Feb. 26. 

6 A88lstant'Surge(m9.'-'1\\oma& Wildridge Shiell, M.D., 13 Dec. 50. 

1 Alexander Johnstone, M.D. 1 Sept. 54% 

Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir William Lewis Herries accompanied Iho 0th Dragoons to South America in Sept. 1806, and eerred 
as n Urigade-M^Jor in the expedition against Buenos Ayres. Aide-de-camp to Sir Eyre Ooote on the 
Walcheren expedition in 1800, and was actively employed at the siege and taking of Flushing. Accom- 
panied Sir Elward Paget to Spain as his Aide-do-canip, in June 18IS; and when Sir Edward was taken 
prisoner on tho retreat from Burgos, Lord Wellingfon appointed him to the Quarter-Master-QeneraVs SUff, 
on which he s 'rred until the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the battle of Vtttoria, 
siege of Sun Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, the three successive days' actions at the Mayor's Houce, ia 
front of Bldart, where ho had a horse shot under him. On the 14th of April I8I4, whilst endearourmg 
with Lieut. Moore (now Major-Oen. W. G. Moore) to extricate Sir John Hope from his horse, which in the 
sortie flrom Bayonne was killed and ban fallen u|>on him, he received a musket^shot in the left knee, was 
taken prisoner with Sir John Hope and Lieut. Moore (both being wounded), and his left leg was amputalrd 
th) next morning. He has roooivod the War Medal with four Clasps. 

9 Capt. Hamilton served with the OOlh in Kufiirland during the whole of tho war of 1846-7. 

4 Mr. Craves served with the4tli Lt Drs. during the campaign in Aflghnnistan under Lord Keane, and 
was present at tho siege and capture of Qhuznee (Medal). 

5 Paymaster Hadley served with the Queen's Koyals thronghout the campaign In Affghanlstan and 
Keloochistau, under Lord Keane, and was present at the storm and capture of Ohosnee (wounded), and of 
Khelaf. He served also the campaign in the Southern Mahratta country in 1844, (including the storm of 
the Fortress of Punella), and that in the Concan in 1345, laclaUing the inrestment and captansof the Forts 
mcnoburand Munsuntoib. Medal for Ghusnce. 



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^ ' " JAVA "— " BOURBON "— " WATERLOO "— " INDIA ." 

ColoneU^n Sir Ralph DarUng,* GCH. Ens. 16 May, 1793; Lieut. 2 Sept. 05 ; 
Capt. 6 Sept. 96 ; M^jiyr, P2Feb. 1800; Lt.-CoL p 17 July, 01 ; Col. 26 July 
10; Af<y..6?tf«.4 June, 13; Lt.-Qen. 27 May, 26; <y«i. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 
69th Foot, 6 Feb. 48. 
irt«i^-Co((meZ.— David Elliot Mackirdy, Em.^h April, 33 ; Lieut. P30 Dec. 
J6; Cap/. P26 June, 41 ; Major, P22 Feb. 50; Lieut.-CoL 26 Aug. 63. 
19 itfiyVw*.— Charles Fred. Law, Ens. p7 Oct. 36; Xi«u/. p8 Not. 30; Capt. P9 

Oct. 46 ; Mqjar, 25 Aug. 63. 
aO Edward Hickey, Ens. p22 May 35 ;Xitfu/. 20 May 40; Capt. p6 May 42; 
Mcy'or, P 1 June 49. .__««_ 




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Captains. 
James Handasyde Edgar 

Perciral Fenwick 

George Hughes Messiter 
Aug. Barnard Hankey . . 

Edward Bowen 

George Bagot 

Thomas Harvey 

William Shepherd Milner 
Francis Gamble Blood .. 
John lindsay Maclean . . 

James Smyth 

Hon. Alfred Bnry,« 

Lieutenants. 
Richard FitzGerald, s. . . 
Charles Gilborne, d. pm. 
Henry Beauchamp Brady 
George Fred. Gildea .... 

Edward Marcon 

Thos.Hy.Charleton .... 
Henry Thomas Allen . . 
Geoige Ernest Bulger . . 
Charles Edward Malton 
Robt. Aufr^i*eLeg^ett,a£(;. 
Chas. Richard Dorington 
WinniettLockhartMelville 
Charles West Hill d.<i4;. 
Rich. Cooper Hutchison . 

Henry Wood 

Ensigns. 
Sir Henry Fletcher, Bt 
James W. H. Anderson 

Owen Roberts • 

Edward Gatty 

Romain Fleming Stirke . 
Henry Scott Turner . . . 
H . C. De la Poer Beresford 



ENSION. 



LIEUT. 



9 Oct. 35 
P28 Sept. 38 
15 June 30 
P 30 Oct. 40 
1 June 41 
P 20 June 46 
P 9 Aug. 45 
P28NOV. 45 

12 June 46 

13 July 47 
P 26 Sept. 46 

26 June 46 

18 Sept. 46 

17 Sept. 46 
P 24 Dec. 47 
P 14 Apr. 48 

13 Sept. 48 
11 May 40 
P 14 Feb. 61 
6 Nov. 47 
P17 June51 
Pll June 62 
P 17 Aug. 62 

29 Oct. 62 

18 Feb. 63 
11 Mar. 63 

P 12 Mar. 63 

p 13 May 63 

30 Sept. 63 
Pll Nov. 63 
P24Mar. 54 

6 June 64 
P 26 Aug. 64 
P 22 Sept. 64 



P 28 June 39 
P 1 Nov. 40 
29 Sept. 34 
P 20 June 46 
P 2 Sept. 46 
P25 8cpt.46 
P 14 May 47 
3 Sept. 47 
P 14 Apr. 48 
P29 June49 
P 12 Sept. 48 
P 16 Feb. 49 

P 10 Nov. 48 

24 April 49 
P 8 June 62 
P 6 Aug. 62 

3 Dec. 62 
21 Jan. 53 

4 Feb. 63 
P6N0V. 60 

25 Aug. 53 
P 28 Oct. 63 
P24 Mar. 54 

6 June 64 

6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P22SepU54 



CAPTAIN. 



29 Jan. 47 
P 14 May 47 

3 Sept. 47 
P 29 May 49 
P 29 June 49 
P 8 June 62 

21 Jan. 63 

4 Feb .53 
26 Aug. 53 

P 17 Mar. 64 

6 June 54 

P 22 Sept. 64 



BRBV.-MAJ* 



Pflyffui**tfr.— Robert Smyth, 10 Nov. 54 ; Qr.-Mr. 8 Sept 47. 
Atffutant. — Lieut. Robert Aufi^re Leggett, 24 Mar. 54. 
Quarter'Mast€r.-^YfimAm BusUrd, 15 Dec. 54. 

Surgeon. — Huntley Geo. Gordon, M.D. 22 April 53 ; Assist^Surg. 81 Dec. 41. 
Assist.'Surge<ms.—WiniBim Watson Somerville, M.D. 22 Dec. 48. 
George Hyde, 8 Dec. 48. 
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I sir Ralpk DarUng*! lerricefl :— In I7S3, Uie lUTei i& theliUnd of Grtnada, assisted by the Freaeh froai Ouadaloupr, 
tevtag revolted and nurdnvd the Govemor and upwards of forty of the principal InbaUtanti. be was employed witb hia legt. 
(the 4Mii) la iineninff the insnrreetioik. In Jan. 1797. Tolnnteered on the expedition against Trinidad, and was present at the 
< w iwictien of the SpanUb sbipe of war, and at the surrender oftbe Island. In July 1799, proceeded witb the expedition againi t 
S» Ootdi settlcuMnt of Surinam, and was employed in the arranffements for the eapitulaUon, and present at the surrender c f 
tint coleny. la April 1801, proceeded witb the expedition against the Danish and Swedish islands, St. Croix, 8U Thomas, St. 
MartlB, and St. Barthoiomew, and was present at their reduetlon. In September 1806, his Regt. (the 6l8t) being ordered on 
Mtlee sevTice. be rrsignrd his staff employment (Fnneipal Assist. A^t-Orneral) and took the command of it. Joined thearmy 
«ader Br Jeim Moore, in Spain, and was present during the advanre and retreat, the action at Lugo, and batUe of CorUnne, 
te vUeh last he receired a Medal. In July 1809, was appointed Dcp. A4)t'- General to the Foree sent to the Seheldt under 
tte Earl ef CSiathaa, and was present at the siegt and sunvmler of Flushing. On the return of the expedition be resumed 



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ColaML-^V George WUllam Paty,» CB. KH., Bru. 88 April, 04; 2^. 7 May, 

05: Cap*. 28 April, 08; MaJ. 2 June, 14; Lt.^CoU 4 Sept. 17; CoL 10 

Jan 37 ; Mqf.-Gen, 9 Nov. 46; Lt,-Gen. 20 June 54 ; CoUOth F.8 May, 64. 
Lieut.'Colanels.^ThomBS James Galloway, Bns. p 13 Sept. 21 ; LietU. 2 June, 

26 ; Capt. p 27 Dec. 27 ; Brec-Maj, 23 Nov. 41 ; Mefj, 14 June, 42 ; Lt.- 

Col 22 Dec. 48 ; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 
Trevor Chute, 2nd Lieut, p 10 Aug. 32 ; Lietd, p 28 Oct. 38 ; CapL p 2 Aug. 39 ; 

Motor, P 23 AprU, 47 ; Lieut.^CoL p 14 Dec. 49 ; Col 28 Nov. 64. 
Ifoforf.— Thomas Charles Timins, Sru. P16 Mar. 32; Lieut, P28 Voy. 37 ; 

Capt. P 3 Feb. 43 ; 3fq/or, p 18 July 48. 
George Dumford, JBns. p 17 Oct. 26 ; Lieut, p 8 Feb. 31 ; Capt. p 28 Nov. 37 ; 

Mtdor, 26 May 60. 



Captains. 



Thomas Edmonds Mulock p 18 Mar. 36 



George Reynolds 

B Edward L'Estrange* . 

£m, Lt.'CoL 80 June 54, 

John William Hay .... 

George Evatt 

George A. Ryan 

Sydney Cosby Jackson. 
Arthur George Shawe . 

Oswald Pilling 

Arch. JohnO. Rutherfurd 
Henry Fred. Saunders' 
Fred. Dobson Middleton ^^ 

LlBUTBNAWTS 

William Cooper* . . 
John Mackay M'Kenzie* 
Chas. A. Poyntz James • 
Paul Fred, de Quincey'.. 
Attilio Schebcrras, a4j. 
George Augustus M^Nair 
Gates Joseph Travers . 

Charles Crawley 

John T. NicoUs O'Brien 

William Crozier 

Wm. Thomas M*Grigor. 

William Bellers 

Arthur Saltmarsbe .... 

Robert Whigham 

Wm. Fred. Tho, Marshall 
George Richards Greaves 
George Fred. Coryton 

Matthew BeU 

Falconer Wilson 

William Wiltshire Lynch 
John William Madden 

Ensions. 
Alex. Cha. Hughes Tovey 
Henry Berkeley Good 

James Green 

Thos. Deering Backhouse 
Tho.R.DevereuxBingham 
Chas. G. Stuart Menteath 



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30 July 36 
30 Dec 42 

5 June 43 

29 July 44 

22 Dec. 44 

P 2 May 45 

21 Apr. 46 
13 Nov. 46 

29 Jan. 47 

30 Apr. 47 
11 Sept. 47 

29 Dec. 46 
28 Apr. 46 
26 June 46 

22 Dec. 48 
P 18 Sept. 49 

13 Mar. 46 

30 Nov. 49 

2 Aug. 44 
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22 Nov. 50 
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P 5 Nov. 47 

5 May 60 

P 15 Nov. 50 

P 8 Nov. 50 

7 Feb. 61 
9 Apr. 52 
15 Mar. 53 
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P 6 July 521 

8 Capt. SaondersMrved on th« 
western coast of Africa vttb the 
Royal African Corps from 1830 
to 184S, and was present with 
the ezpedUfonarjr force In the 
Interiorin 1887. Was employed 
on a mission to convey de- 
spatches to the Prendi at Se- 
negal, in 1838. 

4 Lt. Cooper serred witli the ISth 
Royal Iriah throaghoot the earn- 
paign of 18&S>5S in Bnnnah. 

6 Lieutenant M'Kenzie MTved as 
tlie eampaira on the Bntlc;} in 1S46 
(medal); irtth the Urd. and van 
present in the actions of Boddiwal 
Aliwal, and Bobraon. 

8 Lieutenant James served with 
the Mth in the campaign on the 
SutleJ (medal), and was vreaent in 
the baMleaof AUwalandSobrsoB. 

7 Lieut, de (|uiaosy was p i ts sn t 
with the 80th Segiment at the bat- 
tle of Bobnon (medal). 

8 Doctor Gnrris serred with the 
16th Lancers at the battle of Xa- 
harejvore. 39 Dee. 1843 (Medal) . 
Also in the campelga on the Sat- 
le) in 1846, including the aftir at 
Buddiwal, and aeiioas ef Aliwal 
and Sobnwa (Medal and Clasp). 



9 Paymaster Thompson serred with the tnd B«t- 
UUoa Royal Regt. throughout the Mahratta war. with 
the army In the Deoeaa, under Sir John Dorctoa. in 
the years 1817, 18 and 19, Also, during the Bwmeae 
war, from Jan. 1815 until its conetusioaialSM. 

10 Captain Middleton served with the fi6th Rccu 
on the expedition against Kawltl's Pah at Raapeka- 
peka In New Zealand. 



PayTiwwfer.— Michael Thompaon,* 10 Nov. 64; Qr.-Mr. 31 Oct 45. 
Acyuta^it.^Lieut. AttiUio Scheberras, 13 Dec. 53. 
Quarter' Matter. — ^ 

«tt»y«m.— Samuel Currie,' M.D. 12 Feb. 47 ; AMsist.-Swg. 14 Oct, 36. 
Asritt.'Surgeons.—John William Johnston, M.D. 28 June, 44. 

Deodatus William Eaton, 24 Oct. 45. 

Christopher Bakewell Bas8ano,22 Dec. 48. 
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I Lieut.- Osaersl Paly serred on the expedition to Copenhagen In 1807. Serred afterwards In the PsaianlBi Iroaa 
June 1811 to the end of that war In 1814. laeloding tiie siege and captaie of Badajos, battle of Salamanca, retiee* tnm 
Madrid to Burgos, batUcs of Vitloria. the Pfrcaees and Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th, lOUi, llUi. ISth, and IBth 
Dec 1818. betides Tsrtous minor aflkirt . He hat reeelred the War Medal with tin Clasps. 

S Lt.-CoL L'Estrange ser«d thecampaign of 1808-9 in Spain, with the Mth. and was present at the battle 

Capture of the Isle of France in 1810. Capture ot Java in 181I,^and ' -'•*- - ^-— 

storming of a strong Dutch Fort on the coast of Bantam. 



I present at . 

. with a Dutch brigade at 8l. Nicholas. At the 
,8. JtosciMs at the boarding and eaptore of devea 




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71.^ {Highhnd) Regt. of Foot. (L. I.) [^Sr^in^rJi,. 

"HlNDOOgTAN»»-"CAPE OP GOOD HOPE"— "ROLEIA "-"VIMIERa''— ''CORUWNA"— 
FUE.NTES D»0K0R"—"ALMJJUZ"—"VITT0RIA»»— "PYRENEES"- "NIVE"—" ORTHES"— 

"PENINSULA"— "WATERLOO." 

€01.-^9 9939 Sir Jas. Macdonell/ KCfi. KCH. Biu. 25 Jan. 96 ; X^ 2 Feb. 96 ; 

CaptAO Sept. OS iMqj.n Apr.04; ii^.-Coi.? Sept.09; Co/. 12 Aug. 19 j flffli.- 

(?«i.22Jiily,30;i*.-6?«i.28Nov.41; Gen.20Jane54; Co/.7l8tF.8Feb.49. 

j&i^tc/.-Cotone/. — William Denny, JSiw. PIO Jan. 22; JAeut.9ft3 June, 25: 

Cap*. P27 Sept. 33; Jtf^^. p24 April, 38 ; i^.-CoZ. 14 Apr.46; Co/.20Jane54. 

Mcffors.-^harles Ready, jBr#. p 13 July 82) Xttfu*. p 19 Mar. 36 : Capt. 16 

Apr. 42 ; Major, p 8 June 52. 
Robert FianciB Hunter, Ens. p 13 Mar. 85 : Lieut, p 29 July 36 s Capt, p 22 

Nof . 42 ; Major, 13 May 53. 
R, Deunistown Campbell*, Bnt. P 22 Oct. 33 -, Lt. p 27 Mar. 36 ; Capt, p 24 
June 42 ; Brev.-Maj, 20 June 64; Mgj, 29 Dec. 64. 



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Captains. 

William Hope 

Aug. Terrick Hamilton, s, 
Bairy Blennerhasset .... 
Geo. Whit. Talbot Rich . . 

Henry Lof tus 

Fred. J. CoUn Halkett . . 
Arthur Charles Parker . . 
James Arthur Qore, 9, . . 
Francis Carr Clerke • . . . 
G.H.W.Fmc. Kirkwall,*. 
Wm. Stratton Prince . • . • 
John Ignatius Macdonell 
Charles Francis Smith . . 
Wm. Francis Segrave .... 

Brent Neville 

Lieutenants. 
ILC.Wm. Stuart, a4/... 
John Otway Wemyss .... 

William Campbell 

Francis Bonham 

Hon. Ralph Harbord . . 
Sir Lionel £.Smith,JBar*. 

Evelyn Mirehouse 

William John Denny. . . . 

James Dalgleish 

Fred. William Lambtou. . 
Charles Pringle .... 
George Campbell . . 
CourtenayH.Saltren Scott 
Charles Geo. Wingfield . 

ENsiaNS. 
William Brook Northey 
Edward P. Wade Browne 
Charles James Mounsey 
Wyndham Neave .... 
John Cba.H.Poyer CaUen 

WiUiam O'Malley 

Robert Barttelot Aldridge 



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P 12 June 40 

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16 Apr. 42 
4 Mar. 42 

17 Apr. 42 
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8 Aug. 45 
22 Mar. 44 
P 26 Apr. 44 
P 30 May 45 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 8 May 46 

P 22 May 46 
P 8 Dec. 46 
P 12 April50 
P 14 June 60 
P 16 Aug. 50 
P22 Nov. 50 
P 17 Jan. 5] 
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P 12 Nov. 47 
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P 28 Oct. 58 
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P 30 May 45 

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P22 Deo. 48 

P 19 July 60 

P 26 Dec. 51 

P 8 June 62 

13 May 63 

P 4 Nov. 53 

PIO Feb. 54 

29 Dec 64 

29 Dec 54 

29 Dec 64 

29 Dec 64 



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eampalgn in AJI)|baiiUtaB under 
Lord Keane, and waa praaant at 
dag* and aaytora of Ghaxnaa 



Pay7/uz«fer.— Joseph Cartmail, 25 Aug. 54 ; Ent. 7 Dec. 38. 
A4itUant.—lAmt, Robert Charles Wm. Stuart, 28 Oct. 63. 
Qtiarier-lfifu^er.— Thomas Walker, 10 March 48. 
^urffe^iw.— George Douglas Dods, M.D. 13 Aug. 47; Aniit.'Surg. 22 Nov. 39. 

William Barrett, MB., 28 March 54 ; A99ist.^Swrg, 20 Oct. 43. 
iltfif^an^-iS^tir^tfon.— Richard Cooper Todd, 24 Sept. 50. 

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1 Sir Jtmat Macdonell ieircd with tbe expedition to Naples and CaUbrta, in 1800 and 6, includlof tbe 
battle of Malda. Serred aftenrards in Portugal, Spain, France, and Flanden. Sir Jamee lias received 
tlw gold medal for Malda, and the silTer War Medal and four daspa for Salamanca, Vlttorta, NlveUe 
aad Hive ; and tbe Waterloo If edaL 



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On the Colours— TAe Duki^s Cypher and Cormet. [^-pS'Jf Smcltek."' 
" HINDOOSTAN"— " CAPE OF GOOD HOPE." 
CohneL--^ John Aitchison,* JSns. 35 Oct. 05 ^ Lt. and Capt. 22 Nov. 10; 
Capt. and Lt.^CoL 16 Dec. 14 ; CoL 20 May 36 ; Mqjor-Gen, 23 Kov. 41 ; 
Lt.'Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col, 72nd Highlanders, 29 Dec. 51. 
iiieue.-Coton«Z. — Richard Palmer Sharp,* Em. p 18 May, 38; LieuU p16 
May, 40 ; Capt. p 18 March, 47 ; AT^'or, p8 March, 50 ; Lt.-CoL p 1 Dec 64. 
Mqfors.—^olm William Gai8ford,^/i#. p 31 May 39 ; Lieut, p 24 Sept. 41 ; Capt. 

P 8 Oct. 47 ; Jtfiyor, p 19 July 50. 
William Parke, JEns. p 15 Dec. 40; Lieut, p 27 Sept. 42; Capt, Jan. 40; 
Mqjor, P 1 Dec. 64. 



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Captains. 

James Mackenzie 

Alex. Dalton Thellusson 

Richard Rocke 

John Stephens Clark .... 

Donglas Robinson 

Charles J. W. Norman . . 

A rchibald Alison 

Alexander Crombie .... 
Hon. H. W. FiUMaurice 
Tho. Cha. Hardinge Best 

Cecil Rice 

R. Dennistown Buchanan 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

C. Fleming Hunter • • • • 

James Atkinson 

Wm. Drum. Ogllvy Hay 
Hen. Bentinck Coathupe 
John Campbell Stewart 
William Henry £liot« .. 
Osw. Barton Feilden .... 
H<m.SomersetR.H.Ward 
C. C. Wellesley Vesey, <m&'. 
John Thomas Campbell 
Fred. Montagu Alison . . 
A^^lmer Spicer Cameron.. 
Edward James Upton •• 
Hon. Alex.T. FitiMaurice 
Oustavus Lambert Basset 

Ensigns. 
M. de la Poer Beresford 
Stapleton Dresing Burges 
William Henry Campion 

Francis Browulow 

Robert St. John 

Charles M. Stockwell .. 
John Soame Richardson 
Hercules Edwin Brown 



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P 16 Aug. 50 
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P17 Oct. 61 
P 9 July 52 
P 21 Sept. 52 
P 13 May 53 
P 10 June 53 



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6 June 54 

P 4 Aug. 54 

1 Dec. 54 

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? 3 X>ec. 47 
P 14 Oct. 61 
P 14 Oct. 61 
P 26 June 62 
14 Apr. 46 
P 15 July 53 
Pll Nov. 63 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

1 Sept. 64 
P 1 Sept. 54 

1 Dec 54 

n 1 Tk,^ Kd the Army terred for two yemw 
P 1 Dec. 64 K ij^, j„ jhe Ro,aI NaTT. »d 
P 1 Dec 54| pmc&t in H. M. 8. MT - 
China,— «i the tokinf of the Bofftae FovU 
operations b«fDn Canton (Medal). 



S M^jor Sharp senred in 
China in the SOtb (Medal ). 
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P 2 Dec. 53 

6 June 64 

P 18 Aug. 54 

P 8 Sept. 54 

3 Nov. 54 

17 Nov. 54 

P30NOV. 64 

Paymorter.— Rowland Webster, 29 May 49.J En$. 12 Jan. 44; Lt. P26 July 46. 
Acffutant.— Lieut. Charles C. Wellesley Vesey, 25 Aug. 54. 
Qttarter'Master.-'John MacDonald, 30 April 52. 

Surgeon.'-Wm. Campbell Seaman, M.D., 16 May 51 ; Assiet.-Surg. 16 Feb. 41. 
Assistant'Surgeons.'-BsimelJohn Doherty, 26 Sept. 49. 

Edmund Humphrey Roberts, 23 June 54. 
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" MANGALORE"— " SERINGAPATAM"— « WATERLOO." 
Coi.— JRobt. Barclay MacphersoD,' CB. KH. J&n#.3 June 86 ; Lt, 22 July 95 : 

Capt. 3 Dec. 00 ; M<y, 17 March 08 ; Lt.-CoL 4 June 14 5 Coh 10 Jan. 37 ; 

Maj.'Qen, 9 No?. 46 ; Lt.-Gen, 20 June 64 ; CoU 73pd Foot, 29 July 62. 
ii»itf.-Co/.— Fred. Georgre Aug. Pinckney,' En$. 8 Apr. 25; LU p8 Apr. 26: 

Cap*.P23Dec.86 5 ilf^v'. p 23 Sept. 45 ; J?r«?. Z^-Co/. 28 May 63; Lt.-Col. 

14 April 54. 
Jfti;<w*.— George Hankey Smith,' Bnt. p 7 May 18 ; Lieut. p7 Feb. 22 ; Capt. 

P8Apr.2e; J3^-Affl;.23Kov.41 ,• Afqi;. 20 July 49; JB*. X*.- Co/. 11 Nov. 61. 
Thomas Ross, Ent. p 28 March 38; Lieut, p 18 May 41: Ca»<.P4June 47; 

3f<(;or, P22 0ct.62. ^ ^ /- * 



C A 1*T A. I N S 

Philip Blundell Bi'cknell« 
William Lawes Peto". . . 
Wyndham Edm. Bewes^ 

George Renny 

Godfrey James Bume . 
Alfred Charles Knoz^. . . 
Wm. Creagh O'Brien* . 
William Henry Barry . 

John Ck>x Gawler 

Frederick Reeve 

John Whittaker Barnes. 
F. W.Clements,'<.c.i i Noy.ftl 

LlBUTENANTS. 

George Davies 

Albert H. Godfrey, o/f/.. 
Alex. Allan Aitchison . 
Hugh Mackenzie • • . • • 
John J. Lloyd Williams 
Gould Arthur Lucas . . . 
Henry Albert Norris . . . 
Spencer V. Fra. Henslowe 
Rich. Jas. Hereford, </.a<(;, 
Poole Francis Shuldham 
James Alex. Caldwell . . 

Philip Gibaut 

Fired. Tichfleld Greatrex 
Allen AUecocke Young . . 
Bryan Geo. Davies Cooke 

Ensigns. 
Mathew Smith Blyth 
John Marsh Simpson 
Hon, C. R. Maxwell Ward 
Wm. John Lane Milligan 

William Rennie 

William Gordon 

WiUiam Mitford 



BNSIGN. 



P 11 Oct. 39 
P 10 May 44 

19 June 40 
1 Nov. 42 

P23May 45 
P 5 Apr. 44 
P 10 Nov. 41 
P 18 Sept. 49 

9 Feb. 49 
P24 0ct. 46 

6 Nov. 47 
16 Feb. 14 

P26May 48 
P 8 Feb. 60 
P17 May 60 
30 Apr. 47 
P 23 June 49 
P 12 July 50 
P 21 July 46 
P 18 Apr. 51 

20 June 61 
P23Jan. 62 
P 19 Apr. 61 

12 Oct. 52 

5 Dec. 61 
P 18 Feb. 63 
P 22 April 53 

P 13 May 63 
P 20 Sept. 53 
P 14 Apr. 54 

6 June 64 
11 Aug. 64 
15 Sept. 64 
22 Sept. 64 



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P 8 Oct. 47 
P 8 Feb. 50 
P 3 Aug. 49 
P 28 Dec. 49 
P 18 Apr. 61 
22 Oct. 51 

21 Dec. 52 
P 18 Feb. 53 
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6 June 54 

22 Sept. 54 
8 April 26 



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28 May 53 



28 Juno 88 



P 16 Nov. 41 
P 26 June 46 
P 22 July 42 
1 May 44 
P 26 May 48 
P 23 Jan. 46 

26 June 44 
P17 Sept. 50 
P 12 July 50 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 6 July 49 

23 Feb. 16 

P 7 June 60 
P 4 Apr, 51 
P 18 Apr. 51 

20 June 51 
P14N0V. 51 

28 Feb. 52 
P 30 Mar. 49 

21 Dec. 62 
P 22 April 53 

*"*« i^L ^ ® ^-^--CoK ClemenU serred 

O June D4 Mreral yean 00 the Weat of 

6 June 64 Afrlca,in tha African corpa, and 

11 Aug. 64 on the stafr of Sir Charles If ae- 

ftS R«»nt *^ ^t^^lf Md wa« prosvnt at the 

« tt Jz^ Tl overthrow of iheAahantee forae 

P 22 Dec. 64 on the 11th Jane 1824. 

6 Captains Bicknell, and Peto, and Quarter- 
Kaster Carton served In the Xafflr war of 1840-7. 

7 M^Jor Bewea serred the Kaffir campalga 
of 1840-7 with tlie 4AU) Regt. 

8 CapUin O'Brien, served In the40ih In the 
action of Mahan^pore (wounded) and has re« 
eeired the bronxe star. 



Poymofftfr.— LoftuB Cassldy, 80 June 54; J&i».P9Noy.d8; Lieuit. 11 June 41; 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Albert Henry Godfrey, 4 Aug. 54. [Capt. 6 June 54. 

Quarter-Master. — John Carson,* 28 Nov. 46. 
^tir^€07i.— Edward Booth, 13 Feb. 62; Assiet.-Surg. 11 June 41. 
Asiistant'Surgeont. — Wellington Poole, 1 Aug. 45. 

Charles Walter Poulton, 18 Sept. 49. 
Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. C. R. and Walter M'Grigor. 

1 Lleat.-General Kacpherson aecompanied part of the 88th to the West Indies, the latter part of ITDft 
•ad was present at the taking of St. Lucia, in 1798 ; also at the reduction of the Brigands in Grenada, at 
tlie storm of Port Royal, and several other places in that island. Embarlied with the regiment for the 
l^t Indies, in Jane 1790, and during a period of six years he was actirely employed in the three Prvsi- 
deadas. In 1808 embarked with the expedition to South America; was present In several skirmishes on 
the march to and in front of Boenos Ayres, and at the storming of it, when he was wounded. In June 
1800, he accompanied the Snd battalion to the Peninsula, and was present at the defence of Cadis. In 
Uareh 1818 he succeeded to the command of the 1st battalion ; commanded it at the battle of Vittoria, 
tad at those in the Pyrenees. Present also at the battle of the Nivelle; succeeded to the command of the 
rcgt. at the battle of Orthes, and again at the battle of Toulouse, besides being in several minor aflhirs. 
Prsceededln command of the 1st battalion to Canada in July 1814; embarked from thence for the 
Mctharlands In June 1815. He ha< received the gold Medal and one Clasp for Vlttorlaand Orthes ; and 
the silver War Medal with three Cla»ps for Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nlve. 

8 Lt.-Gol. Pinckney served in thu Kaffir war of 1840-7, and was honourably mentioned In Sir George 
Bcrlteley's general order of the 17lh l>i'c. 1847, as the commanding officer of the 78rd Regiment, in the 
active operations in the field under that General's command. 

8 LL-cSoI. Smith served in the Kaffir war of 1846-7 and was severely wounded. In Sir George Berkeley'* 
General Order of 17th Dec. 1847 be was mentioned in the following handsome terms :—*< The Lieut - 
Ocnerai begs to thanlc M^ior Smith, 73rd Regt., who has commanded the Head Quarter Camp during the 
Mole of the active operations, for the seal and ability wliich he has shown.*' 

4 Captain Knox served in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 ; also througliout that of 1800-53 (Medal) : accom- 
panied the cspeditlon to the Bossuta country, and was present at the battle of Berea. 



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TlM mmtumi^ siipWMrlbed "•BRINGA.PATAM"— *«Afl8AYE"^<lK78A0O*'-'"FUB5TI 
DOTOR" — " CrUDAD R0DRIQO"-''BAJ)AJ0Z "«" SALAMAHCA "-« VnTORU 
—•' PTRBNBES '•— " NIVBLLE "— "ORTHES »'- " TOULOUSE " "PEMUfBULA." 

CotfrneL-^Jf Alex. Tbomson,i CB. Em. 23 Sept. 03 ; X#. 29 Feb. Oft ; Cttpt, 
May 07 ; ilfq/or, 9 April 1 2 ; LU-CoL 21 Sept. 13 ; CoL 22 July dO ; Maji 
Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 74th Regt 15 Aug. 50. 

XMtc^.-&o2ontfZ«.— John MacDiiff,*^tf.l0Feb.l4;Xiru«.26Jaiie37; CapM* 
April 89; Mqjor, 13 Nov. 47 ; LieuU-Col. p 8 June 49; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 

George Monkland,* Em. p 11 July 34; Id. 26 May 38; Capt. p 10 Jaiy 4 
Mqfor, 7 Nov. 61 ; Lt.-Col. 29 July 68. 

Jfq;or#.— Walter Douglas PhiUipps Patton/ J5r?u. p28 Sept. 38 ; I4£ut. p3 X< 
40; Capt. p 19 May 46; Mt^OTy 27 Feb. 62; Brevet Lt.-Col. 28 May 53. 

Fitzhardinge William Longaet Hancock,' Em. v 17 Mar. 38 ; Lieut. p22 >c 
39 ; Capt. 14 May 47 ; Brev.-Mq;. 28 May 63 ; Mqj. 29 July 53. 



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Captains. 

Roliert Bruce *t 

WlUiam Kelty M'Leod . . 

John Jago 

Lewin Augustus Brydon^ 
William Ross King^ .... 
HenryWellingtonPalmer' 

James Falconer^ 

James Stewart Menzies 

Augustus Davies 

Arthur Charles Pretyman 
Fred. J. P. Priestfey . . . . 
PhUip PhiIpot« 

LlBUTENANTS. 

Hon, John Colborue 

Fred. R. Thackeray •M'V 
Sir David Baird," Bart 
RobertHenryDruryLowe* 

Hy. Ridge Woh-ige 

Thomas William Lawson* 
Charles Wylde Sherlock 

Robert Cathcart 

Anthony Delacombe Bell 
Thomas Henry Stoddard. 
John Warden M'Farlan , 
Whtteford John Bell.... 
Fran. Dalmahoy Wyatt,r. 
Waltex Lawrence Ingles* 

Henry Jameson 

Bedford Davies* 

Marcus L. M'Causland . . 
William Shapter Hunt .. 
George Pilkiugton Blake 
Norman S. M^Crummen 
Robert Frederick Martin 

Ensigns. 
Frederick Nind Woodall 

▲belStraghan 

A.WnO'Chalmers Magrath 
Henry Angelo • • . 



P 9 June 38 

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1 May 46 
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4 Nov. 47 
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6 Aug. 48 

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p 17 Sept. 60 

31 Mar. 47 

P22 Aug. 51 

P21 Nov. 61 

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14 May 62 

26 Oct. 41 

8 Jan. 47 

13 Nov. 46 

11 April 45 

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5 June 44 

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3 Lt..CoL Moakla^MT ^ n 
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6 Ca|»tafaM BrydOB. Palarr, « 
Pbilpot. Lleuu. Thackeray. 
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P ad. Mar HA ' ■•'^•^ »» »be Kailr war in IVi-iS. 

Z^ , . ?; 8 Lieut, Inilee •erred with the 6SBd BcgC et I 

30 July 54 M«ond siege of Moollen Ib 18484. laeiadui^ I 

•tonn and eapture of the el^« Mid evrrender aT I 

fortrees. Alio preient at the nbeeqacnt wamaOt* 

the fort and garriwn of Chenloce, aad at the batiH 

Qoojerat i Medal and Claipa.) 

Paymaster. — Ferguaaon Dunbar/ 15 Feb. 60 ; Qr.^Hfaster, 26 April, 44. 

Adljutant, — Liettt. Frederick Rennell Thackeray,* 4 Nov. 63. 

Quarter-Master. — Charles Daines,* 24 Sept 41. 

Surgeon.— JsLme9 Macbeth,*<> M.D. 12 Aug. 63; Assist.-Surg. 3 Dec. 41. 

Assistant'Surgeom. — William Warden/ M.D. 21 Feb. 61. 

Willlani LapBley, 7 Aug. 46. I Fw. White.— ^^ 
Arthur Bell, 23 Jan. 62.: | R. & W. M'Grigo* 

1 Lieat..General ThoBUon aeeompanled the 74th to the Peninsula, landing at Liabon In Jan. 1310. Mid waa prrm 

the battle of Buueo, retreat to the Llnei of Torrei Vcdras, advance of the army on Mamena*a retreat thercftvaa, ae«a« 

Pot d*Aronee (wounded), battle of ruentee d'Onor, aiege aad eapture of Cludad Bodrigo, where he aerved aa Aaaiet. 1 

i and for his aertleee waa pnMBoted to the rank of Brevet- Major ; aiege aad eapture of Badajoi, where he acrvod as An 

I Bnglaeer and was sllghUf wounded when leading about 300 men of tbc party that stormed aad took tte BaTrliae of 

' Boque to reiafbrce the 3rd Dirialaa of the army which bad taken the Caitle i alcge and eapture of the Poeta of Salamai 

' where he aerred as Assist. Engineer and was slightly wounded; baUle of Salamanca (sererely wouadedl* siege of Bvri 

I and recraat thereftmB.— served as Amlst. Engineer aad had the blowing up of the bridge at Villa Morel aad the bndg^ 

Cabeson entrusted to bim ; battle of Vittorla as second in command of the 74th i siege of St. Sebastlaa where he errTe| 

Assist. Bagioeer and for his eonduet was promoted to the Brevet rank of Lirat.-Colonel ( battles oi the Mivelle aad tbe N 

' possago of the Bidassoa,and battle of Orthes. besides several skirmishes with bis Begt.M Alhyafte. VilUde Faoif 

Albidotts, and other places. He has received the gold Medal for St. Sebastian, aad the silver War Med*) with niae CI 

i fbr the other battles and sieges. 

6 Major Beneoek served with the 74th throughout the Kafllr war of l»5|.ftS.6t, and was preeeat at all the ^erti 
IB the Watcrkloof; AmatoUs, ac, under M^or.Oen. Somerset, aad eommaaded the BegC fas the cxpcditioa actw* 
orange River agalast the great BasuU chief Modiesh, In Nov. 183S, fbr whieh he reeeived Uie Brevet raak of MbJocw 
if Mijor Bruee served throughout the Kafir war ia 1861.33, aad waa prooMted to Brtret rauk of Mi^ for hU Mrri 
9 LleaU Davifi Mrred with the C«p« Corps tooaghovt *• EaAr war of 1361-^ 



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] l&th Regiment of Foot. [^.SSJ^Jir] 127 

The Royal Tiger, Bupewcribed « INDIA"—*' SERINGAPATAM." 

Co2on«Z.~SackvUle H atnilton Berkeley ,*J&iw. 1 May, 1800; Lt. 5 Not. 00 ; CapU 
S5 Dee. 04 ; Me{j., 18 Feb. 08 ; Lt,-Col. 20 June, 1 1 ; CoL 27 May, 25 ; McQer- 
Gm.l0 Jan.37; /^.-G6n.0Nov.46; e'en. 20 June 54 ; CoZ. 75 F. 16 Sept. 45. 

Xteu^.-Co2#.— Robert Dampier Hallifaz,' En», p31 July, 23; X^. p23 June, 25 ; 
CapU P 8 April, 26 ; Mqj, p 30 July, 36 ; Lt.-CoL 12 Dec. 43 ; CoL 20 June 54. 

Alexander Jardiue, BnM. p 22 April 26 ; lAeut. p 25 Feb. 30 ; Capt, p 1 1 Mar. 36 ; 
Brm.'Me^. Nov. 46 ; Mty, 3 Apr., 49 ; Lt.'Col. n June, 49 ; Col. 28 Not. 54 

ilfq;or«.— Charles Herbert, JEru. p 19 Nov. 25 ; Lieut, p 10 Oct. 26 ; Capt. p27 
Sept. 33 ; Mqjor, P25 April, 45 ; Brev, Lieut. CoL, 20 June 54. 

Legeudre Charles Bourchier,* £rw. p5 April 33; Lieut. pI2 May 36; Capt. 
P20 Jnly38; Brev.-Mc^or, 11 Nov. 51 ; Mafor, 12 Dec. 51. 



Captains. 
Edward KnoUys.. .. 
William Campbell Mollan 
Charles E. P. Gordon* . . 
B. D.Wardlaw Bamflay,^. 
Aug. Thomas Hotham . . 

William Brookes 

John Hamilton Cox .... 
Dudley Clarges Hill .... 
Thomas Clement Dunbar* 
Edward Wm. John Knox 
Alexander Chancellor . 
Robert BUckam 

LlBITTBNANTS. 

George William Muriel. 

James Mason • . . 

Browning Drew 

Wm. John Jas. Smith . 
Rodney Payne O'Shea . 
John R. S. FitzGerald . 

John Nolan 

Thomas Milles^ Ac^, . . . 

Richard Barter 

John Robertson Turnbull 
David William Martin 

Alfred Harrison 

Charles Compton Abbott 
Charles Robert Riycrs 

Henry Cowell 

Ernest Le Pelley .... 
Leopold Brown ••.... 
William Henry Urquhart 
Chas. Augustus Daniell' 

Thomas Carlisle 

Edward V illiers Briscoe . 



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Geo. C. Norris FaithfuU 

William Crozier 

William Clive Justice . . 
Charles Melville Pym . . 

Henry Hurford 

Walter Hume 



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P 17 Feb. 37 
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P 25 Apr. 51 

15 Mar. 58 
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11 Nov. 51 
20 June 54 



9 Colonel Malllfsx 
in the Kaffir campsigBt of 1884 
and 8ft, under BIr Beajamin 
lyUrban. 

8 Capt. Gordon lerrtA in the 
campaigns againat the Kaffir 
Tribes of South Africa in 1884- 
8ft. Alto as asaisUnt engineer 
during 1887 and 1888, on the 
eastern frontier of the Cape 
Colonj'y and employed under 
Colonel Lewis, commanding 
Boyal Engineers, to execute a 
confidential sarrej (trigono- 
metrical and statistical) on 
that fkt>ntier. 

4 Cnpt. Dunbar serred with 
the flank companies 96th Reg. 
in the force under Sir Colin 
Campbell at the forcing of the 
Kohat Pass in Feb. 1800. 

6 Lieut. Daniell served in the ftftth Regt. on 
the China Expedition (Medal), and was pre- 
sent at the attack and capture of Amoy, 
Chttsan, and Chin-kiang-foo. 

7 Captain Blackall serred with the 40th 
Regt. in China (Medal), and was present at the 
first taking of Chusao. 



Paynuuter. — David Francis Chambers, 26 Jan. 49 ; Ens. p81 Jan. 40; Lieut. 
A4futant.^Lieut. Thomas Milles, 11 Feb. 48. [6 May, 42. 

Quarter^Maeter. —John Dunlop, 9 Feb. 49 ; Btu. I May 46. 
Surgeon. — James Coghlan, 28 Oct. 58 ; Auist.^Surg. 5 Oct. 41. 
Aeeiitant' Surgeons. — Henry Armstrong, 17 June 42. 

Archibald Henry Fraser, 21 Feb. 51. 

Augustus Frederick Turner, 26 July 53. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Barron and SnEiith. 

1 Omeral Berkeley serred at the capture of Surinam, in 1804; of the Danish Islands of St. Thomas, 
St. John, and St. Croix, in 1807 ; and of Martinique, in 1800, including the siege of Fort Bourbon. He 
hm» raeelved the War Medal with two clasps for Martinique and Ouadaloupe. 

e liigorBoarehier serred with the 17th throughout the campaign in Afi^hanistan and Beloocfaistan under 
1 ard Keaae, and was present at the storm and capture of Ghuxnee (Medal) and of Khelat, at which last he 
«•• twiee wounded. 



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TheiZepAfl»<,circainBcribed « HIND008TAN"—"NIVE"-' PENINSULA." 

Colonel''^ WlUiam Jervois,* KH. Ens. 7 April 04; ii««^ 8 Aug. 04; Capt, 

14 July, 08 ; MmoTy 19 Dec. 13 ; Lieut.-Col. 22 Sept. 14 ; CoL 10 Jan. 37; 

Maior-Gen. Nov. 46; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 54; CoL 70tli Foot, 10 May 63. 
Lieut.'CoUmeL— Joseph Clarke, ^n*. 22 March, 10; Lieut, p 10 June, 13; 

Capt. P24 Feb. 26 ; Mq). 26 June, 33 ; Lt.-Col. 17 Sept. 39 ; CoL 11 Not. 61. 
Afij;Vir*.— Richard Gardiner, JSTwj. 12 May 14; Lieut. 29 Sept. 26 ; CapL p5 

April 83 ; Major, 11 Nov. 45; Breo. Lt.-CoL 20 June 54. 
Robert Clifford Lloyd, ^tw. P30 Dec. 26; Xi«tt^P8 June30; Capt. ^S June 

36; Brev.-Major,9 Nov. 46; Major, 3 Sept. 47 ; Brer. X,^.-Co/.20 June 64. 



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Captains. 
Geo. Fred. Cooper Scott 
Brav. Lt.'Col, 80 June 54. 

Henry Brewster 

Collingwood Fenviclc . • 
Chas. S. S. Evans Gordon 
Henry Dalton Smart, s. . 
Morley S. Tynte Dennis 

John Gore Ferns 

Thomas Tydd 

Wm. Wood Senhouse . . . 
Thomas William Cator . 
Henry Heame Lacy • . • 
Charles O'Donoghue ... 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Wilford Breit,« 

John William Preston • 

Benjamin Rising 

James Cumming Clarke 
JohnCummingClarke/3M{;. 
Allen Noble Adams . . 
George Wedderbume' 
James Fox Bland .... 

Matthew White 

WalterMontfordWestropp 
G. Henry John Heigbam 

John Geddes 

Henry Jeffery Robinson 
Chariea Thos. Caldecott 

Jobn Henry Tripp 

EirsioHS. 

John Vincent 

Edward Wm. Fred. Acton 
William Boyd O'MaUey 
George Edward Corrance 
George HoUings Best 
Charles Cameron Lees . 
John Augustine Palliser 
Luke £. O'Connor .. 



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P 4 Sept. 35 

12 Oct. 32 
P 31 Dec. 33 
P 18 Sept. 35 
3 May 31 
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P 7 April 37 

29 Dec. 46 
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29 Aug. 39 

P 29 May 40 

26 Jan. 44 
26 July 44 

P28 Mar. 45 

11 Nov. 45 

P27 June 45 

P 3 Dec. 47 

P 8 Dec. 46 

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25 Aug. 48 

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4 Apr. 51 
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2 May 61 

5 Dec. 51 
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7 June 54 

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2 Jan. 52 

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11 Nov. 51 
20 Juue 64 
20 June 64 
20 Juno 64 



Pflyma**«r.— Robert Thos. Heam, 30 Sept. 51; Ens. 19 Aug. 44; Lt. 29 May 47. 
Adijutant. — Lieut, John Cumming Clarke, 28 July 64. 
QuarterMa9ter.—B,etiTj Tyler, 3 Sept. 47. 

5^ur^«m.— Robert Thomas Scott, 7 Aug. 46 ; Assist. ^ Surg. 15 July 36. 
Assistant' Surgeons. — George Anderson Wilkinson, 17 Dec. 47. 

Duncan Alex. Campbell Fraser, M.D. 28 Oct. 53. 

Facings Red. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox and Co. 



1 LieaU-Oeneral Jervofi accompanied the 8Qth on the expedition to Hanover in 1805. In 1810 be 
wai appointed to the ttafT of Lord Blayney; accompanied him on the expedition to Malaga, and vas 
slightly wounded in the attack on the Portress of Prangerola. In 1819 he was appointed to the staff of 
Sir Gordon Dniromond, and embarked with him for Canada, where, during the operations of that aod 
the following year, he was i^rcsent in almost every action fought with tlic American Army either in that 
Province or on the Frontier, including the storming of Port Niagara, Lewistown, the attacks on Bhick 
Rook and Buffalo, operations against the forts and Ijatteries of Oswejo, and action of Lundy's Lane, He 
received the brevet rank of Major for Buffalo, and th«t of Lleitt.-Colonel for Lundj's Lane. 

9 LU Wedderburne served with theS4th Regt. during the Pux^aub oampaign of J848-49, aad was pre- 
sent at the battle of Ooojerat (Medal and one clasp). 



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f tk* Prinn 4r)ra<M.-<'8BRINOFATA]r-''CIVDAD 
S»»_« PENINSULA." 



iMtcra Bipedit. 10 UuA 64.1 
Itapot,Iil« of Wight. J 

Oa the Colonn aod AimoiatiMBta, th« Phm» 
BODRIGO"- *'BAJ>AJO 

Col<nuil,—T$ Sir George Brown,! KCB. KH. Bns. 23 Jan. 06 ; X^. 8 Sept. 06 ; 

Capt. 20 June, 1 1 ; Mqjar, 26 May, 14 ; Lt.-Col, 20 Sept. 14 ; CoL 6 MHy, 31 ; 

JHqfar-Gen, 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen, 11 Not.61 ; CoL 77th Foot, 11 April, 51. 
Lieui.-'ColoneL---ThomBB Graham Egerton,* JEtu, 24 Dec. 29; X^pO Mar. 32; 

Capt. P 23 Jan. 35 ; Mqj. p 7 Feb. 45 ; Lt.^Col. p 27 Dec. 50 ; CoL 28 Nov. 54. 
Jf<9<^#.-^Robert Jocelyn Straton,' Sns. 10 Jan. 28 ; Lieut, p 18 Jan. 33 ; Capt. 

P26 Apr. 30; Mqjor,TPlS Aug. 48; Brev. Lt.-CoL 12 Dec. 54. 
George Dixon,' Ent, p 30 Dec. 28 ; Lieut, p 26 Dec. 34; Capt, p 20 Not. 39 ; 

Mqjw, P 27 Dec. 50 ; Brev. Lt.-CoL 12 Dec. 54. 
William Forbes, En$. p 2 Dec. 31 ; Lieut. 1 1 Aug. 35 ; Capt. p 7 Feb. 54 ; Mqj. 

29 Dec. 54. 



Captains. 
Bartholomew O'Brien .. 
Geo. Harry Smith Willis 

John Hackett, # 

Henry Robert Garden .. 
Francis Kennedy ...... 

Wm. H. C. George Pechell 
William Rickman ... 
Thomas Oriel Forster 

Henry Kent 

Rich. Geo. Anherst Luard 
Bentinck Duncan Gilby 
W. Moles worth Cole Acton 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Charles Hosken France . . 
Edward Henry Chawner 
Arthur Maurice Richards 
Richd. BnUer WUliogton 
Wm. Joseph Garden . 
Audley Lempridre... 
Frederick John Butts 
Matthew William Dlcksoo 
Wm. N. Morris Orpen . . 
Charles Ernest Knight . . 
Edward Morton I<ong . . 
Bernard Morgan, A^. . . 

George Garden 

Hon. John Colbome .... 
H. M. Lamont Colquhouu 
George Edward Liggett 

Ensigns. 
John Fenton B. P. Dodd 
Thomas Peter Harvey 

WilUamEnnis 

James M. Daly 

Arthur Charles Croker 
Herbert Fred. L. Browne 
Wm. Seward Le Feuvre 
John George Skene 



ENSIGNS. 



P 15 Apr. 36 
P 23 Apr. 41 

17 Nov. 37 
P 11 Nov. 42 

26 July 44 
P 1 Aug. 48 
P 12 Sept. 48 
P 25 Nov. 42 
P 8 Aug. 45 
6 July 45 

17 Nov. 48 
P 17 Sept. 50 

P16 May 51 
P 13 Feb. 52 
P 12 Mar. 52 
P 16 Apr. 52 

5 Dec. 51 

10 Dec. 52 
P 18 Mar. 53 

22 Apr. 53 
P 14 May 53 

6 June 54 
16 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 
11 Aug. 54 

5 Aug. 48 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P 25 Aug. 54 

13 Oct. 54 
27 Oct. 54 

3 Nov. 54 

4 Nov. 54 
30 Nov. 54 

1 Dec. 54 
22 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 



P 13 July 38 
P30Aug. 44 

28 Aug. 39 
P 7 Feb. 45 
P23 May 45 
P 25 July 51 
P 31 Oct. 51 
P 14 Feb. 45 
P 23 Aug. 50 
P14 May 47 
P 20 Feb. 52 
P 2 Apr. 62 

10 Dec. 52 
P 25 Feb. 53 
P 29 Apr. 53 
P 13 May 53 

6 Jane 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 

27 Sept. 54 
5 Oct 54 

7 Oct. 54 

5 Nov. 64 

6 Nov. 54 
P14 Mar. 51 

29 Dec 54 
29 Dec. 54 



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12 Dec. 54 



2 Aug. 50 

P 27 Dec. 50 

25 July 51 

1*25 July 51 

P 31 Oct. 51 

P 13 May 53 

P24 Mar. 54 

6 June 54 

27 Sept. 54 

P 23 Nov. 52 

6 Nov. 54 

29 Dec. 54 



6 Colonel Egerton commanded 
the 77th Begt. thronghont the 
Eastern campaign of 16M, In- 
cluding the battlei of the Alma 
and Inkermaa, and elege of 
Sebastopol. 

8 IX. Coli.Straton and Dizon 
served the Eastern campaign 
of 1854 with the 77th Regt, 
inelQding the battles of .the 
Alma and Inkerman, and 
siege of Sebastopol. 



Paymoffer.— Wm. Fortescue Scott, 13 Jan. 54 ; JEns. 15 July 43 ; X^. 18 Feb. 48. 

Adjutant. — lAeui. Bernard Morgan, 11 Aug. 54. 

Quar^er-JIfaf^tfr.— Henry filissett, 3 Nov. 54. 

Surgeon. — Christopher Macartney, MB.,28May 54; Assist. -Sur. 2 Feb. 44. 

Assistant'Surgeoni. — Robert Graves Burton, 24 Feb. 54. 

Ormsby Bowen Miller, 28 March 54. 

Alexander Humfrey, 28 April 54. 
Facings Yello^.'^AgentSf Messrs. Cox k Co. 



1 8lr George Brown senred at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807; in tl 
Aag. iSQB to Jolj 1811 ; and again from July 1813 to May 1814, including the battle of Yi 
the Doaro and capcnre of Oporto, with the previous and subsequent actions ; battle of *] 



I the Peninsula from 

r Yimlera, passage of 

of Talavera (severely 

d through both thighs), action of the JUght Division at the bridge of Almeida, battle of Busaco, the 

t actiuns during tiie retreat ot the French armj ttom Portugal, aetion at Sabugal, battle of Puentes 

'Oaor, siege of San Sebastian, batUes of the Nivelle and Nive, and the investment of Bayonne. Served 
iJit'vafds in the American war, and was present at the battle of Bladensburg and capture of Washiugton. 
{ickilj wounded in the head and very severely in the groin at Bladensburg. He has received the War 
Mil with seven Clasps. Commanded the Light Division throughout the Eastern campaign of 180 i 
■^vdlH Um battlae of the Alma (horse shot under him), Bilakla? a, and Inkermap (MVf rely wounded-* 
"^ ikiwgh tht arm), and siegt of StbatiopoU 



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« CiadicVn il«.»— The Elephant, •uperacribed " ASSAYE"— " MAIDA"-" JAVa5 
ColmeL—'^ Wi 5tr William Cbalmers*, CB. KCH. Ens, 9 July 09; lid 

Oct.03; Cflp*.27 Aug.07; Jlf/^or,26Auar.l3 J iiefi*.-CoM8Jonel5;CoUO| 

37 ; MqJ&r-Oen. 9 Nov. 46* Lt.-Oen. SO June 54; CoZ.78th Foot, 80 Sept 
X^-C©^.— Walter Hamilton, Etis. p 2ft Jan. 19 j Xf. p 16 Apr. 24; CapUi 

Mar. 83 ; Brev.-Mqj, 9 Nov. 46 j Mqjor, P 10 Dec. 47 ; Lt,'CoL 8 OcU 

CoL 28 Nov. 64. ' 

Henry William Stisted," Ens, p 4 Dec. 86 ; Lieut, P29 Sept. 88 ; Caft. P29i 

42 ; M(0&r, p 26 May 48 ; Lt,-Col. p 19 April 60 ; CoU 28 Nov. 54. " 
itfo/or^.— Henry Hamilton, En». Pld Aug. 29; Lieut, P29 Nov. 33: d 

P 29 April 42 ; MqjoTj p 19 April 60. ^ 

Colin Campbell M'Intyre, Ens, 9 Apr.26; Xiruf. P17 July28; CapU^i^ 

3 7; Jtf/tfor, 19 June 60. ^ 



Captains. 

John Fowden Hallburton 

Peter Grehan' 

Qeorge Henry Hunt .... 
Jas. Dnncan MacAndrew^ 
GraBme Alex. Lockhart 
William Henry Ridge . . 
Thos. R. Dnimmond Hay 

Alex. Mackenzie 

Douglas Hastings 

John Henderson' ...... 

Thomas Adams 

L« Pleydell Bonverie .... 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Robert B. Arthur Purvis 
Wm. Buck C. Aug. Parker 
Wm. M'Gregor Archer. . 
HowardDouglasCampbell 
Qeorge Floyer Sydenham 

Robert Douglas* 

Thomas Anderson 

Robert Bogle 

Donald Stuart 

H. Taylor Macpherson adj, 
Duncan D. Grahame.. . . 

Joseph Webster 

Horatio GiUmore 

John Simeon Fran. Dick 
Joseph P. H. Crowe .... 

Arthur Cassidy 

John Hunter 

A . Wickham Pym Weekes 
Andrew Cathcart Bogle 

John Finlay 

Ensigns. 

Alexander M'Leod 

Hugh Grogan Davidson 
George Digby Barker . . 
MelvUle Aug. Walker .. 
Frederick Henry Walsh 

John Swanson 

Montagu Alex. Klrby .. 



BNSIONS. 



P 16 Feb. 33 
P 8 April 26 
p 8 Jan. 86 
P 16 Mar. 39 
P 8 Dec. 87 
P 13 Mar. 40 

> 2 Aug. 39 
7 Feb. 40 

20 Mar. 40 
P 18 April 46 
P20]Aug. 44 
7 Sept. 41 

Pll May 39 

11 Oct. 39 
P 1 April 42 

9 April 42 
P 29 April 42 

2 April 41 

23 May 46 
P 14 Apr. 46 
P 12 June 46 

28 Feb. 46 
P 6 Mar. 47 
P 10 Dec. 47 

31 Mar. 46 
p 11 Dec. 47 

27 Oct. 46 
P17N0V. 48 

21 May 47 
P 6 Oct. 48 
P 28 Dec. 49 
P 14 Feb. 61 

17 Sept. 60 
11 July 61 
P21 Feb. 68 
P18 Aug. 62 
P 18 Mar. 63 
P 11 Oct. 63 
P 22 Dec. 64 



P 28 Apr. 37 

26 Nov. 30 

P 9 Nov. 38 

P 21 May 41 

8 April 42 
6 Mar. 41 
6 Nov. 41 
8 AprU42 
8 April 42 
2 Dec. 46 

Pl9Mar. 47 

28 Dec. 42 

P 16 May 40 

P 17 Feb. 43 

24 Oct. 44 

29 Nov. 44 

9 Nov. 46 
28 Dec. 42 

P 10 Dec. 47 
P 1 1 Dec. 47 
P 23 May 48 

13 July 48 

P 26 Sept. 48 

6 Oct. 48 

31 Dec. 49 
P 19 Apr. 60 

17 Sept. 60 
P 14 June 60 
6 Dec. 60 
P 14 Sept 62 
P 18 Mar. 63 
P22 Dec. 64 



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12 May 46 

6 Oct 48 

P19 Apr. 60 

17 Sept 60 
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16 Mar. 63 

16 Mar. 68 
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4 Mar. 58 
P22Dee. 64 



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4 Capt. MacAndrrv Mt« 
the 40th throo|ho«i the «pt 
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inaeribed «• Candahar. G 
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aCapC. Hendenon *u 
at the defeat of the iann 
Matole an the f»th Jsly. «< 
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Pflyi?ui**«r.— Joseph Webster, 22 April 63 ; Ens, 23 Nov. 88. 
Adjutant, — Lieui, Herbert Taylor Macpherson, 23 May 63. 
Quarter-Master,— 'VdXnt}ii Carroll, 7 Aug. 46. 
Surgeon, — Joseph Jee, 23 June 54 ; Assistant-Surgeony 15 Apr. 42. 
Assist, "Surgeons. — James Leitch, M.D. 23 Jan. 46. 

Arthur Stewart Willocks, 3 Sept 47. 
I Edward Kingsborough O'Neill, 14 July 54. 

Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 sir Wtniam Ohalmtn tenred in Sicily (n 1606 and 7 t campalgna of 1800-9 In Portnr«l aad Ipata t e*»*^^^ 
tberen. tneludlnf hoBBtaafdment of Pluhlnci at Cadis In 1810 and II ; and all Iba aaoecadinf ra^ a w^ " * ^ ^*" 
eludlnc the hattle of Barnna. attack of ttie enemjr on the taelghM near Moreeeo, aflhlr of Senhon d^ ta re« 
Satananea, nation of San Munot, battle of Vittoria. attaek ai Maya, baides of the Pyrenees on th« Stth asd 
repnlie of the cnamy In hU attack of the hetcbtf of St. Antonio. 3 Ut August, attack of th<> •nemy'a '«*^**^ 
Oct 1819. battle of Nlrelle. besides a freat many minor aflhirs and tkifniichei en the advance to *'*^"V^^ 
the Retiro. He was preient with the army in the Peninsula durinf almost all the Uetes. and was engaged »»<■ 
aSiln durinc the retreat f^om Burgos, vis., Olmos, Monasterio, bridge of Valladelid, and passage of the fla«« 
also la the Netherlands in I8U and 1&, including the batUe of Waterloo, eaptura of T ' 



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^^^wS^^^^! ^] 79'* ^^* of JPiw* {Cameron S^hlanders). 131 

•• KOMOMT>.OP<ZKS,"-.Th« SpUttm, with the woid •• EGYPT"-" FCENTE8 I>*ONOB"-" 8AL- 
UAHCA"-** PYRENEEr*-" NIVELLB"-" NIVE"-" TOULOUSE"-" PENINSULA"- 
- "WATERLOO." 

CpUmel.—^ Willlftm Henry Scwell,* CB., Em. 27 March 06 -, LL 26 Feb. 07 ; 

Capt. 12 March 12; Mqj.^ March 14; LU-Col. 21 Jnne 17; CoL 10 Jan. 

37 I Mqj.'Oen.9 Nov.46 ; X#..<?«R.aO Jane64; CoZ. 79th Foot, 24 March 64, 
JLteu*.-CoZ.— John Douglas, Ent, p 6 Sept. 83 ; i<. p 8 July 86 ; Capf . »• 8 June 

41 ; Brev.-Mqf' 1 Not. 42 ; Mqf. p 24 Dec. 62 ; Brw. Lt.^Coi, 20 June 64 ; 

Zf.-Co/. 13 Aug.d4. 
ilfry or*.— Richard C» H. Taylor, Etu. 11 Dec. 36 ; UetU, p 29 Mar. 89 ; Capt. 

P23 AuK. 44; Afqjor, 8 Aug. 64. 
Kobert Douglas Clephane, Stis, p 8 June 38; Zieuf. P18 Sept. 40; Capt ^ 11 

Apr. 46 ; Mqjar^ 13 Aug. 64. 
William M'Call, Em. p 29 Mar. 39 ; Liettt. p8 June 41 ; p Capt. 14 Nov. 45 ; 

Maj. 29 Dec. 64. . 



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Captains. 

Andrew Hunt 

|Thoma8 Bromhead Butt . 
{Wm. ChauTal Hodgson. . 
Henry Murray 











Henry Wotton Campbell 

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Keith Ramsay Maitland 
Alex.CockburnM< Bamett 
George Murray Miller . . 
W. Cuningh. Cnninghame 
Edward William Cuming 

William Scott 

Charles MOlns Harrisson 

John Scott 

Henry Holford Stevenson 
James Herbert Freme . . 
William Mure* 

LlEUTSNAKTB. 

Philip Percival 

Francis Charles Turner. . 
Qeor^ Alex. Harrisson 
Doniud Hay M'Bamet . . 

James Bell 

Francis Qore Curric .... 
John Maodonald Leith . . 
George Thomas Scovell 

Donald McDonald 

DaTidCant 

William Henry Mackesy 
Celestine George Duraat 

Ensigns. 
John Miller M<Nalr .... 
WiUlamJohnM. Crawfurd 
HaTflland J. DeCarteret 

James Young ady 

Wm. Barclay G. Cleather 
Fra. Pemberton Campbell 
Chas. Edward McMardo 



BNSiaN» 



P22Feb. 40 
P 8 April 40 
P 18 Sept 40 
P 1 Jane 41 
P 14 April 43 
p 4 July 46 

19 Aug. 42 
P 30 Jan. 46 
p 26 June 46 
p 24 July 46 
PllNoY. 46 
P 3 Nov. 46 
P27 Oct. 48 

29 June 49 
P 19 Oct. 49 
P 22 Oct. 47 



P 16 Aug. 60 
P 9 July 62 
P23 Nov. 62 
P 21 Jan. 63 
P 3 Mar. 64 
P 3 Mar. 64 
P17 Mar. 54 
6 June 64 
6 June 64 

10 Aug. 64 

11 Aug. 64 
P24Nov. 62 

PlSAng. 64 
P 26 Aug. 64 
P26 Nov. 63 

2 Oct. 64 
13 Oct. 64 

3 Nov. 64 



P 16 June 42 
P 2Ang.42 
P 10 Feb. 43 

23 Aug. 43 
P 4 July 46 
P 26 Aug. 46 

28 Nov. 46 
P 2 Apr. 47 
P 81 Dec. 47 
P81 Mar. 48 
P 26 Apr. 48 
P 27 Oct. 48 
P22 0ct. 62 
P24 Dee. 62 
P 3 Mar. 64 
P 11 July 61 



6 June 64 

6 June 64 

8 Aug. 64 

11 Aug. 64 

18 Aug. 54 

22 Aug. 64 

» 6 Oct. 64 

8 Oct. 64 

1 Dec. 64 

8 Dee. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 



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P 26 Aug. 46 

P 2 Apr. 47 

P 11 June 47 

P 12 Dec. 61 

P 22 Oct 62 

P 24 Dec. 62 

P 10 Mar. 64 

P 4 Aug. 64 

13 Aug. 64 

8 Oct. 64 

1 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 



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S Paym. Goran 
(erred with the 
63rd in tbe cam. 
palfnuB tbe S«t. 
1«J In lft46 (Bi«l&l), and com. 
manded the refir-ffMard at Buddtwal 
when cot off bj the enenjr'a cavalry, 
and effected his retteat in an or- 
derly manner In the fee* oi the 
•tttirc Stik cavalry,— his conduct on 
thi* oceaaloo afterwards elicited the 
Dnke of WelUncton's ** rordial ap- 
probation and thanks for the gallantry 
and Judimcnt he displayed in pro* 
tectinc Uie ban ago and sick in the 
moTcareot towards Leodiana, when 
attacked by a largo force of the 
enemy on the list January.** Ha 
was also present at the battles of 
Ali«al and Sobraon. At Buddlwal 
he was wonnded in the leg, and his 
horse was shot under him 
4 Capt. Mure served wldi the 1st Batullon SBth 
fiifles in tiie Punianb campaign uf 1848- «9. and was 
present during the second siege operations at Meoltan, 
including the storming of the town, and capture of the 
citadeL He wasaflerwards at the battle of Goojerat, 
the pursuit of the Seik army under R^jah Shew Sing 
until lit final surrender at Aawul Pindee, the oecupa. 
tioD of Attock and Peakawur, and the expaUlott of tho 
Aflkban force under the Ameor Dost Mahomed beyond 
17 Dec 64 the Khyber Pasa. 



Paymasters—John Comes,* 6 Nov. 47 ; Qr.-Af r. 26 June 41 ; Comet, 2 Oct. 46 ; 
Aiffutant.—Ens. James Young, 2 Oct. 64. [Li. p23 March 47. 

Qi4ar*«r-3ffl»f«r.-~Robert Jameson, 11 May, 49. 

-SW-^eon.— Thomaa Goldie Scot, M.D. 18 Feb. 63 ; Afsist.-Surg. 14 Dec. 41. 
A$iitt.'Surg€aM.— James Nicholaa Bell, 1 April 63. 1 Facings Green. 

Edward Louis Lundy, 7 April 64. | Agts. Cox k Co. 

Andrew Knox Drysdale, 24 March 54. 

I Lfent-Gen. Sewall was appointed. Alde^e-Camp to General Bereslbrd, and proceeded with the expe<mion that l#lt 
Agtand in 1807. Joined the Duke of Wellington's army In Portugal in 1808. Was present wift Sir John Moore*s army 
In iu advance and In ito retreat to Cornnna. Was with the Duke's Head Quarters through the Peninsular war as Aide. 
dn.Cmnp to Laid Beiosfbrd, and was present at the battles of Oorunna, Talav«ra (wtions on Je Coa and Agneda, with 
tbe Light Division). Busaco. the sieges of Cludad Rodrigo. Badi^joa. and St. SebMtian. battles of the NiveUe. Nive. teToto 
w BavMM <IOth. nth. and ISth Dec). Orthes, and Toulouse, besides Cavalry alWrs and skirmSshes. Had six horses killed 
woiSed under hbn in general actions. Has received the War Medal with ten Clasps. Served twen^^eight years In inHia. 
"iTCtpUAn Smith. Lleait. Ainiel. Nunn, (woondwi) and Whiiehead^rvea with the «>"' ^•'•«/- *!? "r* 
BvnMM War of 1898 and were prewnt atthi* Capwrcof Mertttw. operntlonB before R»7?"<;" «» J pJ»m- 
t9tb,«ad 14111 Aprtl. aod Capiure of the Great Dagon Pagoda (wiih tbe rtormlng part», •"iCaptorj ofPtovM. 

19 Lieut. 81. Geirge aerved with the 8rd Light Dragoon. i« the Punjaub rninpat«n of 18«^, •"d was 
pnerat at tbe affair al Ramnuggur, ih.< passage of the Chenab at WuMcmbad on l^^J^^-'l^T^ZIiiLl^ 
fore* uder Sir Joseph Thackwell, the aition of Sadoolapore, and «>*iV*.*'' ?°?l?U5*2«? "^^^ 

^ LteiiU Borronea served with the army in Burmah in 1865. as Adjutant of the ^^fJ**fJ^ . . , 

«1 Aaaiat^Surgeoii Irwin was i. medical charge of the 27lh Regiment trom he ;«\^'' jj*?;**; ^^^ 
Oie Kafir war oflM6-4748 : waa senior and in Medical charw of the l8t Dirtolon In the field, ia the oper 
tiont andffr Mi^oe CtoMral HaM,froia Jalj vatu Notamber I84e. 



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Co/oneZ.— 9 5tr Thomas Henry Browne,* KCH. Sm, S8 Oct. 06 ; LUut. 18 
Sept. 06; CapM5 April IS; Jfq/.31Jiuiel7; X^-C^Z. SlJan. 19; C^l. 10 
Jan. S7 ; MaJ^-Oen, 9 Nor. 46 ; LU-Qen. 20 June 54 ; Col. 80 F. 19 Aug. 54. 

X«ett^.-C0Z(m«/.^Oeorge Hutcbiaon,* lAeui. 14 July 14; Capt.vM July 27; 
Brev.'Mqfor, 28 Nov. 41 ; irq/or, 27 Sept. 42 ; Lieut.-CoL P 7 June 50 : CoL 
28 Nor. 54 

Mqfari.-^^amnei Tolfrey Christie/ Ens. p 22 Jan. 36: Lieut, p 13 July 88 : 
Cap^. 28 Aug. 45 ; Mqjor, 31 Oct 52. 

Anthony Ormsby/ Mm. p 13 July 38 ; LLeut, p2 July 41 : Capt. 25 I>ee« 45 : 
Jlfiyor,28Jaly54. 



Captains. 

Robert Hawkes* 

Edward Hardlnge* • . 
George Dean Pitt • • • • 
Cha. FltsQerald Studdert^ 
EAHoldlchCB«/u^«8 May » 
AsteU Thomas Welsh* 
George Samuel Young*^ 
Hamilton Charles Smith*' 
HonJohnHoweM.Browiie 
Bliss John Hume** .. 

Herbert Morris 

Frederick Miller 

LiBUTBBABTB. 

Charles Frederick Amiel" 
James John Dudgeon ... 
Donald Maclean Fraser*' 
Jas. L. Winniett Nunn'^ 
C.H .T. Bruce de Ruyignes 

William Paterson" 

George Sullivan** 

William Whitehead*^... 
Erasmus BorroweS|**ac^*. 
T.C. BelmoreS t George",r 
P. Brown Numa Craufurd 
Horatio Pettns Batcbeler 
William Picton Mortimer 

Theodore Arundell 

Hen. HungerfordSt. Lager 

BN8IOB8. 

Henry George Pattisson . • 
Robert James Maxwell . . 
William Gordon Trevor 
Hugh B.B. Leveson Gower 
F. FiuClarenceGoddard 
Wm. Beaver B. Christie 



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P 11 Jan. 40 

11 Oct. 39 
P 22 Apr. 42 
P 2 July 41 
P21 May 41 

16 July 41 
P 8 Oct. 44 

27 Feb. 46 

11 Nov. 45 
P 19 June 46 

16 May 45 

P 16 May 45 
20 Mar. 46 

8 May 46 

29 Oct. 47 

30 July 46 
11 Dec. 46 

9 Jan. 49 

22 Aug. 49 
P 13 Feb. 52 
P29 Dec. 46 
P 21 Sept. 52 

23 Nov. 52 

24 Nov. 52 
P 21 Nov. 51 
P 18 Aug. 54 

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P25 Aug. 54 
P31 Aug. 54 
P 1 Sept 54 
2 Sept 54 
13 Oct 54 



8 July 37 

P31 Dec. 41 

19 Jan. 44 

P 24 No?. 43 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 

26 July 44 

24 Dec. 45 

11 Dec. 46 

P 17 Mar. 48 

P19Jan. 49 

P 4 April 46 

P 25 Sept 46 
P22 Dec. 48 

10 June 49 
P 22 Feb. 50 
P 2 Nov. 49 

13 Oct. 51 

P31 Oct 51 

17 Aug. 52 

1 May 53 

PIO Nov. 48 

6 June 54 

6 Jane 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 

1 Dec. 54 



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P 4 May 49 

P 4 May 49 

P 22 Feb. 50 

17 Oct 52 

31 Oct 52 

1 May 53 

6 June 54 

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and was p t a ie at at tha aaaanlt aad 
eaplurc of F«ta oa 4 Jaaa ISSS. 

party I eomnaadad at tha Pacada 
HlUitoekadaat Martabaa ao Ika 
allht of tba IS Jaly 18U, whm mt- 
taekod by tha aaaay t attd WM alOT 
at tha caftaia of Front. 



S Capt. Bafdiaga wm pccacat with tha ISth Baft, 
in the aetloa of Mahar^pora oa tbo »* Dae. ISa 
(Madal). Berrtd with tha 80th Bagt. tha Satlaf ana. 
paifaof 1846.0, iadudtef tho battlaa of MoodkM aad 
8obnum( Madal aad OMCIaip). Alaa la tha B«ana 
war of 185148, aad wu pmaat at tho capaua of 
Proaaa and sabaaqaeat alffht ailaek af tha cocaajr aa 
thoheighta. Comaaandad adrtafhwafattha dafcaeo 
of tho poit of TooBBboo, ttad Doa. 18U, aad at 
aeveial oparatioaa la tta Tiataltj la laa. aad Peb. 
1858. Prasaat at tha captaio af fha hHiaarlwi 
podUoa of ToBiah aad at tho dastraotloa of tha Pooea 
of Moanf-Sheo-MouBf. 

PoS^ffUEtfer.— George Bodle/' 8 April 53 ; Snt. 23 May 45; Lieut. 21 Feb. 46w 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Brasmus Borrowes,** 8 April 53. 

Qiiar^«r-Jlfa#eer.— Wellington Browne, 22 April 53. 

SwvMm.— Wllliani NeUon Irwln,« 3 March 54; Astitt.-Surg, 2 Dee. 42. 

Aitiit.'Swrgeon. — Benjamin Lane, 23 July 52. I Fadngs Yellow. 

[Returned from Bengal, 16 June 1854.] | Agt. B. S. Codd, Baq. 

1 sir Theoua Haary Browao earrlad tha Klot*i Coloar of tha S8rd at fha alaffa of Copeahafca la 1807. 
kls ragbaent to Atfierlea i theaeo to iha West ladles, aad was woaaded at tho eaplara of Marilalqaa. Piao 
Amarlea, aad thtaeo to Portugal la 1811. Ho was appelated to Cha Staff of tho Adjutaat-Geaaial la 1818, aad i 
field at the balUaa of SalaBBaaea,eaptareaf Madrid aad tho SeUnsaleffO of Bargoa. Vittoda (whora he was woaaded la tho 
head), the Pyreaocs. Nlrellc. tha aetioos of tha 11th, ISth. aad ISOi Doe. 1811, belbra Bayoaao, NWa. Tubas. Otthcs, Md 
Toufcmse. Oa the escape of Napoleoa f^om Blba, ha was appelated 4lde-dr.oaaip lo Lord Stewart (tha lata Msrqob of 
Londonderry), aad serrad the eampalgn of 1810 with him, at the h«ad>qaarters of tho Anstrlaa aad Basalaa ai a ri as. He has 
reeelrad the War Medal with eight Claspa. 

9 Lt.-Col. Hatehlnion eommanded the SOth In the Barmeio war fkom Sept. 1808 mtll Its tarmlBstloa la 
1853, and was preaaat at the eapiura of Prome. 

8 M^Jor Chrbtie aarrad with tha 80th Bcgt. thiooghoat the 



. . . Jamasa war 011888^ (lEadU)t mcaaat at tkoc 

Martabaa (where he eoauaandod the atonalaff party), at the operationa hcfiira Baanoa aa tha ISth, IStK 
April— on the 14(h rwnmaB<loil the aUmiahara la fiaat of the light gaaa dariag the Mraaea oa Baagwia, aad 
the stemint partf at the eaptara of the great Dagoa Pagoda; alao prescat at tho captnre of Pron^ aad see 



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mp to Sir Harry Smith throufhinit the ctmpalgB on I 

r If oodkee, Feranthah (wonnded), Bnddlwal* Aliwml, a 



the sten^ party at tho eaptara of the areat Dagoa Pagoda; alao prescat at tho captnre of Proa 
cspoBial thaaka of the GoronMr^Oeaeral of ladia la Coaaoil for his' aerrieea oa that oceaaion; aado 

eompaalea of hiaBcftattheaflUr of the Btodcadeeoa tho hdghta ' ^ — 

8 Ueat.-Ck»lonal 'Holdich 'eerved as Alde-de-Canp 

flaUcJ (medal),' and wai preeent in the hattlei of 1 

Sobrmon (eeverelf wovnded). r ila ierred also m Alde^de-Camp to Sir Hairy in the action with and dcftat of 
the Bebei Boert at Boem PlaaU (Sonth Africa) 89 Ang. 1848 ; and in the Kailr campaigns itom 1880 
to 1888. He serred with the 80tli Reflment in the Bormeie War of 1858. and was with the espeditloa 
vttder Sir John Ohe^ie against the robber chief M jattoon, and sacoceded to tlie rommsiid of the il^ wia^ 
at the fMsall aad captors of lUi itfonfhoM on Um 1901 Xwdi (sppoiiited a QB.) ^ 



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CoZoftel.— Thomas Eyans,' CB. JEru, 3 Dec. 94 ; ZA^ut, 1 Oct. 05 ; Capt. 19 

Not. 03 > Mqior,e Feb. 12; Zt.-CoL 13 Oct. 12 ; C©Z. 22 July, 30 ; Mqjor- 

Gen. 28 June 38 ; Zt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 8l8t Regt. 12 July 47. 
Lteta.'ColoneU.^^Henry Renny, Bns. P27 Dec. 33; Lieut, p 7 Aug. 35; 

Capt. 29 May 44; ir<{;0r, p 17 Noy. 48 ; Lieut.-Coh 27 May 53. 
John Hamilton Stewart, En$. 23 July 27; Lieut, 2 Aug. 84; Capt. 2 July 41 ; 

Mi^or^ 27 May 63 ; Lt.-Col. 25 Jan. 54. 
ifqforf.— Andrew Timbrell Allan, Mfvu 29 Sept. 30'; Lieut, p 28 Dec. 32 ; Capt. 

Pdl Dec 41; Mt^wr, p26 Dec. 51. 
Henry Edward SorcU, Ene. P16 May 34 ; Lieut. p6 Not. 85; Capt. 13 Nor. 

46 ; Jlf<t;or, 25 Jan. 54. 



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Captaiks. 
Anchitel F. F. Bonghey • • 
John Arthnr Gildea • • • . 
Fred. Edward Sorell ••.. 

John B. Flanagui 

Charles Ellison Goodwin 
Robert Bruce Chichester 
Hedworth John LiddelP 
John Bonrohier •••••••« 

James Woods 

Charles James Skerry • . 
Wm. Benjamin Browne. . 
Fred. Sidney De YereLane 

LiBVTENANTS. 

Alfred Wright, act; 

WilUam Egerton Todd • . 
Malachi Hanley ..••.... 

George Betts 

Cliarles Hunter 

Hugh Arthur Chichester 
Stephenson S. Brlstowe < 
Rich. Granyille Charlton 

Stanley John Lowe 

Geo. Wm. Moyse Harmer 

IJohn Wilkinson' 

Richard Swift 

Edwin Fletcher Foster .. 
Hy. Geo. E. Somerset,* «. 

John IVent • 

William Minchin Harnett 
Charles James Hughes .. 
Francis George King « • • . 
James Alexander DNeans 
Thomas Pattison Wood*. 
Henry Ridout Floyd • . • . 

Ensigns. 
Tristram Chas. S. Speedy 
William Norris Fhinkiyn 
Daniel Weir 



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P23 Ang. 39 
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8 Feb. 31 
24 Mar. 43 

P20Oct. 43 
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24 Aug. 39 
31 Dec. 39 
10 Sept. 41 
P 16 Aug. 42 
10 May 44 

10 Noy. 43 

21 May 47 

28 May 47 

P 10 Dec. 47 

P 14 April 48 

P 17 Jan. 61 

P 18 Jan. 50 

18 Jan. 51 

P 18 Apr. 51 

P 19 Apr. 51 

9 Mar. 49 
P21 Noy. 51 
P23 Apr.47 

13 Oct. 48 
P 19 Aug. 51 
P 12 July 50 
15 May 52 
14 Apr. 46 
P 15 Oct. 52 
P23Noy.52 
P 10 June 53 



P 12 June 40 
P30 Apr. 41 

1 Jan. 41 
28 Ang. 35 
13 Noy. 46 

5 Apr. 47 
P 3 Noy. 48 

2 July 41 
P 6 May 42 

29 May 44 
P 18 April 45 
P 10 Dec. 47 

21 Apr. 46 

P 7 Mar. 51 

Pll Apr. 51 

P20 June51 

P 1 Ang. 51 

P 13 Apr. 52 

P 14 Sept 52 

27 May 53 

27 May 53 

27 May 53 

13 July 52 

31 Oct. 52 

7 Jan. 53 

27 May 53 

P 3 June 53 

P 25 Mar. 53 

25 Jan. 54 

30 Noy. 49 
P 13 Oct. 54 
P 10 Noy. 54 

1 Dec. 54 



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5 Apr. 47 

P14 April 43 

17 Sept. 60 

11 Noy. 45 

P20June51 

P 7 Oct. 61 

P 13 Apr. 52 

27 May 53 

27 May 53 

27 May 53 

25 Jan. 54 

1 Dec. 54 



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S Capt. Llddtll scrT«d la tb« 
aoy«l Nary at Tolonteer flnt cIsm 
and aaldtbipmaa daring the wboto 
of the China mpMUtlon of 1840 4S 
(Medal), and wai pieMnt at the 
■tonnljif of the forti of Chtaenpee 
and Tjreoektoo, and destraetlon of 
the enemy*! Seet on that oecaalon i 
attaek and eaptuie of the forts of 
the Boeea Tlgiie and enbeequeot 
operationt np the Canloa Rlrer. 
and eaptore of that city. 

8 Lieut. WiIkinM» ecrred with 
the 80th in the Bnnnew war of IBAS. 
5S, and was present at the eapture 
of MartabeOfOpeimlons before Ran* 
goon on the 11th, 18th. and 14th 
April, and eapture ot the Great 
Dagon Pagoda with the stomlng 
party | and he was serererly wounded 
when in ooamand of The detaeh- 
raent 80th B«gt.» at the atsanlt and 
eapture of Myattoon's stronghold. 

on the I8ih Mareh 1658. 

6 Lieut. Somerset served with the Cape Mounted 
flemen in the KaOIr war of 1847t ud la that of 
1600-61-M. 



Tristram Cbas. S. Speedy 6 June 54 

William Norris Fhinkiyn P 20 Oct. 54 

Daniel Weir PlONoy.54 

Pflymartcr— Wm.Fred. Nixon, 8 Jan. 41 ; Em. 3 Aug. 30 ; Lieut. P 22 Jan. 86. 

A<yutant.'-Lieut. Alfred Wright, 20 June, 51. 

Quarter-Master.''-Cb»rleB Correll, 28 June, 44, 

5ttr^.-.AdamTlios.Jac]cson,M.D.24Feb.42;il.5.29July30; J7.il. 29 Noy. 27 

Aetitt.^Swffeane.'-^ihaTleB Fredericic Stephenson, M.D. 20 Oct. 43. 

Grahams Auchinleck, M.D. 22 Dec. 48. 

Donald Sinclair Smith, 27 Feb. 52. 

Faetnge Buff. — Agente^ Messrs. Cox k. Co. 

1 Lieot-Oen. BTaas*s terrlces t-Bnteied the army in 1788 as a Tolunteer. and enlisted ISO men for the serriee. Open- 
tfons in the West Indies and Ireland. In 1794 and 86 \ capture of Deraerara and Berbiee, In I79A. Captured returning fhim 
Somh Aawriea, and kept a elose prisoner in Pnmce, In 1787. Operations at Minorca and Onenuey, in 1788 and 88 1 ditto on 
the Coast of Spain, Malta, and Marmoriee, in 1800. Egyptian campaign of 1801 (medal), including the actions of the 8til. 
tSih, and 81st of March i batUe of Rahmanle on the NUe. and reduction of disi fortress, sieges and surrender of Cairo and 
Alexandria (as Lieut and Adjutsnt of the 8th). Operations at Olhraltar, In 1808 and 8 1 ditto in the West Indlee (m 
Oaptaitt in the 8tfa and Aide-de-camp to Sir Gordon Dnunmoad), in 1S04, 8, and «» Operations in Nora Scotia, In 1807 
and 8 ; ditto in the Canadas (as Aide-de-camp and MUlUry SecreUry to Sir O. Drummond), In 1608, 10, and 11. Cam. 
pmgtts of 1818. IS, and 14, In Upper Csnada (as Brigade- Mi^}or, dlscharplng duties of Deputy-AdJntant* Oeneral. sad in com. 
nssttd of the 8tfa), including the preparation of the force against Detroit and MIehUhnackinae, tiie deAnce or rort Ocorge, 
aisddcetenetlon of tita enemy's attsektag batteries, and dlreeting tiie retafereements nn Queension. which enabled M^jor. 
Oeneral gheaSb to ddbat and capture the American army, after General Brack's tell In a gallant attempt on the enemy wltii 
tmdeqnKe means. Assault on Saeketfs Harikour, expulsion of the ettmy's army fnm Forty Mile a«ck< •aA eapture of 
•nnf xMleriel, with asany prisoners t battie of Chippewa, oorwtag the anHy*s rotinmens en Port George, and 
TOMfiid* •• Twratf Mfl« Cre*», vntU rcsumtaf the ofltastrt. mghl attack on the •«»»i'^^«*»f '"«" f* '^^ 

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Oa the Cok>an and Appointmenti, th« Prineeqf Walu't P/MnM.-*'ROLETA"-.«TIMIBBA'' 

-«* YITTOBIA"-" PYRENEES"-" NIVELLE*»-"0RTHE8»'— " PENINSULA"- 

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Colmuh^^ Fnincit Miles Milmao.^ RnM. 9 Dee. 00; lAsut, ^ Capt. 28 April, 
04 ; Capi. ^ Lieut.-CoU 26 Dec. 13 j Col. 22 July, 30; Majvr-Gm. 23 Wov. 
41 ; LUut,'Gen. 11 Not. 51 ; Col. 82ii(l Foot, 25 Not. 60. 
£i6i/^-Co/.— njames Alex. RobertBon, JEns. P6 Mar. 23; X^ P17 6cpt.26 ; Capt, 
P8 June 32; J3r«o.-lfi{/.0NoT.46;Afq/.P27Oct.48; i9r«9.£t..Co/.20Jaiie54; 
LieuU-CoU P 1 Sept. 64. 
Afq/oTf .<-Bd ward Blagden Hale, Bm. p 2 Aug. 88 ; LknU. p 20 Jan. 36 ; Cmpt. 

P 5 Feb. 41 ; Mt^<yr, p 21 Not. 51. 
DaTid Watson, jB^.p 12 July 83; Xmu^ P24 0et.85; Ctejif. 8 June 41 ; Br«o.. 
Mitf, 20 June 54 ; Mcpory p 1 Sept. 54, 



Captains. 
E.R.W.WingfleldYate8,». 
C. T. Yesey Bunbury Isaac 
Henry Chris. Marriott . . 
George Sdmnnd HalUday 
Samuel Peters Jarrls .... 
Wm. Roberts Farmar* • . 
John Joseph Wood * . . . . 
Daniel Stratton Colllngs 
William Alex. BaUie .... 

John Gordon 

William Barron 

Beojamin Hallowell Boxer 

LlBUTENANTS. 

Stanley Slater 

Russell Haywood 

Augustus £dmd. Warren 
Thos. Edward Green .... 
Richard Thomas Glyn •• 

Robert Maule, a4j 

Charles Newton Biggs • . 

Henry Apreece 

James White 

JnhnFrederiok Pilklngton 
Hen. Chandler Wilkinson 
John Sidney Hand 
R.F.H.MacgregorSkinner 
Charles Edw.GoreBrowne 
Arthur Piatt Hensley . • . . 

Ensigns. 
Edward Percy Thompson 
Patrick Thorp Dickson. . 

Cecil James East 

Henry Dyke Marsh .... 
Henry Wallace Dowker.. 
Charles Spencer 



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P24 Mar. 37 

30 Oct. 38 
P 5Sept.48 
P2d Aug. 30 
p 14 June 46 
P26Feb. 46 

10 Sept. 34 
P 80 Mar. 47 

28 Aug. 46 

3 Sept. 47 

P26NOT. 47 

21 May 42 

16 Apr. 42 
P 19 Jan. 40 
P 2 Feb. 40 
Pl7May 60 
P 16 Aug. 60 

18 Sept. 40 
P 14 Feb. 61 
P21 Not. 51 
P 15 Oct. 52 
P 17 Dec. 62 
Pll Mar. 53 
P13 May 53 
P 17 Dec. 52 
P 16 Dee. 63 
P 13 Jan. 64 



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P 2 Aug. 39 
26 Dec. 40 

P 19 June 40 

P 16 Apr. 42 
16 Jan. 47 
11 April 40 
23 Oct. 89 

P 22 Mar. 60 

10 Aug. 49 
P 9 Aug. 60 
P21 Not. 51 

28 Aug. 46 

4 Apr. 47 
P 21 Sept. 62 
P 6 Not. 62 
Pl3May63 
P24June6d 
P 16 Dec. 53 
P 13 Jan. 64 
P 10 Mar. 64 
6 June 64 
6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 
PlSAug. 54 
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P 1 8ept.64 
P 8Sept.64 



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P 27 Oct. 48 
P 16 Feb. 49 
P 2 Feb. 49 
10 Aug. 40 
P 21 Sept. 62 
PlOMay 63 
7 Dec 47 
P 10 Mar. 46 
P 4 Aug. 64 
P 1 Sept. 64 
P 8 Sept. 64 
P 12 Oct. 62 



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P 10 Mar. 64 

P17 Aug. 54 

P 18 Aug. 64 

P 1 Sept.54 

P 15 Sept. 54 

6 Oct. 54 

Payv/utif^.— LukeFitzGeraldBemard,8 Dec.48$JBii«.>6 AiiC.4l; X/.P3May44. 

Ae^ittant. — Lieut. Robert Maule, I Dec 64 

Quart«r-3fa#eer.— Michael Clmton, 27 July 49. [6 Aug. 00. 

i^i^ryeim.— James Henderson/ M.D. 20 April 26; il.5.2S Mar. 10; H. A. 
Asnttant'Surgeons.'^Aiihm Edmund Jacob, M.B. 11 June 62. 
Frederick George Poulden, 1 Dee. 64. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents^ Messrs. Cox it Co. 
[Hetumedfiwn North AHurica^ 8 Jum 48.] 
1 Lieat.-G«neni] Mnman wst appointed Alde-de-Cainp to MaJer-Oeneral Catlin Craufurd, In 180S, and 
was pretent at ilie battles of Rolda and VImiera; on tbo tame Genarars Staff in the retreat of Sir John 
Moore, and was engaged on the heifhti of Lngo, and at the battle of Oorunna. He iubiequeutly Joined 
hie refinent, the CokUtream Quardt, at Lisbon, and was with them at the passage of the Oooro and oap- 
turo of Oporto, as also at the battle of Talavera, where he was most severely wonnded, and saved flrom 
bulna burnt on the Sold of battle bj a private »oldier of the Guards. He was made prisoner in the Hoe- 
pi al of Talavera, and daUined In France until 1814. ]l%}or^eneral Milnian was latterly in oonanuuMi of 
the CoHstream Guards. Ha has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

S Capt. Fsnaar »nv«J with the MHh ia the CampaiffD on the SuttcJ. and wh present at Boddlwal and Allwal (medal). 
at «btch Um action he wai levvrvljr voondcd la the rirht thi«h by a frape shot while eanytait the <)«e<a*s eelaw, 
S C«pt. Wuod wrred with the 18th Rof «1 IrUh ia the Bvnnne war of lUS. 

5 Dr. HewimoB Mwed at iha eaptiur* of Ooailaloupa la 1810 ( Medal and Claip). In the eanpalfas of UIS-U and 14. 
In Lower Gaaada, inehidlng Plattibuff (in mcdieal ebarge of the ISth Reft ) Thraaghoat the whole of the Banaa«e 
wir. under Sir Archibald Oanpbell, with tha ISUi aad 41tt ReriBente (la medical eharge) \ vaa preacatat the stocmiac 
and capture of tae Itlaad of Oheduea. tha ataaek aad otpturo of Donabu, MellooB, Pa(haioMv (Medal aad Clasp). In 
1S34 he was at tna eapiure of Coorf , as Surgeea of the 48ih Bcgt, In 184S with the Srd Light Dracooai In A^haala- 
un. aad present at die ferelnff of the Khyber Pass, the stormiaf of the belfhuof Jufdulluek. action of Tomob and 
HufUiott.l. and occapatiea of Oabool (Madal). Servad la. the Paaiaab Campaifn of 1S48-S. iaelndlnf the aflUr ef Sam- 
nu8|ur. action ef Sadaolapev, and batUas of CbllUaawallah and Ooc^r^t (Madal and two Claspa). 



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01 • Cflpf. 24 June 02 ; Afo/or, 27 April 12 ; Xf.- Co/. 26 Aug. 13; Col. 22 July 

30 • Mfd.'Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Cen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 83rd Reg. 1 Sept. 48, 
Lieut.'Colonels.—Botei Trydell,* £m. 19 Oct 04; Lt 30 Oct. 06; Cupt. 

17 Nov. 18 ; Mqj. P3Dec. 29 ; Brev.-LU-Coh 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Col 2 Aug. 42 ; 

CoL 20 June 54. 
«Wm. H. Law,* JEnt. 29 April, 13; Lt. P28Nov.16; Capt.^U July, 25; 

JB*.-ilf€y.28June,38; -Miy. 2Apr.41 ; X^-CoZ.22Dec.48; Co/. 28 Now. 54. 
ilffl/or*.— Henry Francis Ainslie, Ens, 29 Jan. 24; Xwu^.P7 Nov. 26; Capt. 

P5 Apr.31 ; JSr^.-Jf^.f 9 Nov. 46; Afd^'.,d June51 { Brev. Lt-Col, 20Jane54. 
John Kelsall, Ens. P14 July 26; Lieut, P30 April 27; Capt. 4 Oct. 41 ; 

Mqf. 7 May 54. 



Captains. 

Edward Steele 

Charles Wilson Austen . . 

John Heatly,^ s 

James Florence Murray 
Edward William Bray^.. 

William Nott 

George Frederick Moore^ 
Edward Bowen Cooke . . 
John Sharnum Molony . . 
Richard Rodes WyvUl" . , 
Henry De Benzy Pigott 
Thomas Molyneuz Keogh 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

William Mills Molony . . 

Samuel Read, r 

£.M.H.Mainwaring,M4;. 
Thomas Parker Wright. . 
James Yerling Ellis .... 
John Norris M'Kelvey . . 

John Meade 

T. Mowbray Baumgartner 
Stephen Wm. Metge . . . 
Herbert Stanley Cooper 
Frederick Dickinson . . . 
Charles PeregrineTeesdale 
Sylvester W. F.M.Wilson 

John Sprot • 

Richard Thomas Sweeny 
Francis Hen. Digby Marsh 
Uasher William Alcock •• 
Henry Phillippe V. V illiers 

WiUiam FitzRoy 

Edward Meurant 

Ensigns. 
John William Hnskisson 
James Nicholas Colthurst 

George Dunlevie 

Alfred Holt 

Julian Wakefield 

Thomas Gethin Coote • . 
Graham Mylne 



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p 14 Dee. 38 

20 Sept 31 
P 28 Nov. 37 

21 June 39 
19 Nov. 41 
25 Oct. 39 

P 16 Ang. 42 
P 23 May 45 
P 14 Apr. 43 
P 22 July 45 
P21 June 39 

P 8 Aug. 45 
31 Oct. 42 

28 Jan. 42 
2 Feb. 44 

29 Mar. 44 
P25Feb. 45 

10 May 45 
P 4 April 45 
P 12 Feb. 47 
P 19 Mar. 47 

18 Aug. 48 
P 7 Jan. 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 
P 19 Sept 48 
P 1 Dec. 48 

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P 10 Nov. 48 

8 Nov. 50 

14 Oct 51 

16 Apr. 52 

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22 Apr. 58 
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Pl5Mar.39 
P 15 Dec. 40 

28 Mar. 
p 7 Jan. 

21 Jan. 

21 May 46 
9 Nov. 41 

8 May 46 

29 June 48 
' 4 June 47 

P 19 Sept 48 
p 4 Mar. 42 

P 1 Dec. 48 

28 Feb. 44 

26 Mar. 46 

7 Aug. 46 

p 8 Sept 46 

Pll Dec. 46 

9 Jan. 47 
P26 Nov. 47 

22 Dec. 48 
do 

P 2 Feb. 49 
P 18 Dec. 47 
Pll May 49 
P29 May 49 

3 June 51 

11 Sept 51 

P 12 Oct 52 

P 7 Oct 51 

P 10 Feb. 54 

7 May 54 



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20 Jane 54 



P 19 Mar. 47 
P 1 Deo. 48 
P 17 Nov. 48 

14 Nov. 47 
P 14 June 50 

3 June 51 
P21 May 47 
P17 May 50 

15 Mar. 58 
P22 Oct 52 

7 May 54 
31 Dec. 49 

S OoIoMl Tv)r4cU tnni at ttw 
capture of tb« Cap« of OoodHop*. 
In 1800, and mi prennt ml th« 
battle of Blaoborg. Ha sorrod alM 
ia tbe Kaadian laaiiffraMiaDonsil 
and 18, la Ceylon. 

S Colonel Law ■erred In the Pea- 
luola flrom SepU ISII $• the end of 
the wv( Ineluaing the iMttUi of 
Nivelle and Nive, fbr which be ha« 
reeelved Um War Medal with two 



Capt. Bi«f MnFtd with Ihellil 
throttfhout the eampalffn of 184S in 
Air«ha&istan under M^.-Ocn. foi- 
luek. and wm preaant la the actloni 
of Masevna, Teseon, a Jwgdalluck* 
the occupation of Cabool, and tht 
dlfliMnent engaccnoato leadiaf tc It. 

7 Capt. Moora larved with tho 
loth In the early part of the »icf« 
operations belbro Mooltan in 184S» 
ineiudteff tho aflhir of tbt Otb Sept. 
and itormtag the CBeaiy'a unrnglf 
entrenched poeition before Mooltan. 
Beverely wounded In the thif h, 4th 
Nor. 1848. 

8 Capt. Wyrlll terred with thf 

Mth in KaAnand during the wholo 

of the war of ltt48.7. 

5 Capt. Heatly ■•?? ed vith the 49th. mk •• Dmutf 
• ....-- . .. ^ *^ erafiona 



Anistant Adintant-Oencral, throv^hout the opera) 
in China, and was present at Chaaaa, Canton, / 
Chaaaan. Chiahae, Niagpo, Chapoo, Woofwig; 



Kiang Foo, aad Naakia. 
9 Lie " 



1807 



.lent. Maiawarlar wrred hi tiie Quotas ia the 
oampaifn la the aoatliara MahfStta eovatry la 1844 
(Including the storming of the flaitrss* of PuaoUa), atd 
that in the Coacah la 1845. 

10 Surgeon Clark serrod in the 01st the FuaJaab eani- 
paiga of 18484, ft was preseal ai the pMsag* of the Ch e. 
nab, and in the battles of Sadoolaportt phiUtaawallah* 
aad Ooojcrat (Medal and clasps). 

Paymaster.-^ ohn Dennis Swinburne, 2 Mar. 49 ; Ens. 25 Mar. 43 ; LU 3 Oct 49, 
A^utant.-^Lisut. Bdw. M. H. Mainwaring, 11 Sept. 51. 
QtMrter-Master.—VtXnc^ Hayes, 6 Nov. 52. 

^ur^eon.— Fred. Hobson Clark,*® 8 Nov. 60 ; Assist.- Surg. 15 Sept 87. 
Assist.'Surgeons.-^amei Hamilton Bews, 22 Dec. 48. 

Edward Touch, MD., 16 Nov. 49. 

William Stewart James Home Munro, M.D. 14 Oct. 51. 
Facings YeUow.-^Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir rredcrick Storia serred at the Ferrol, in 1800; in Oennany, in 180ft ; at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 
07 I wiibthe expedition to Sweden. In 1806 1 ia Spain and PortuRai, in 1808-9, including Uae retreat to and battle of 
imnna. With the espeditioa to Waloheren and at the capture of Flushing, in 1800 » subscquMtty ia the Peninsula, aad 



With the espeditioi . ^ 

1 in command at the first defence of Tarlfti ; Aide-de-camp to Sir Thtanas Piotoa at the slega aad capture of Cludad 
Bedrigo and Badajos. Assistant Adjutant- Oeneral to the Srd division at the battie of B a l a m a a i T a. oaptuve of Madrid and 
the Eedta. retreat Uierafrom «Bd subseqneat adraace. passage of the Bbre. battlos of Vlttoria, Pyvaaaas, Mlrelle, and 
OniMa. aeCioB as Vie Bigorre, aad baUle of Toulouse. Serred »lso at New Orlaoas. whore ho «M WfiMdM. 9tt Ftadaridk 
baaiaeoirod the gold eroM aad two elaspafbr Sahunaaea. VtttorI«, Nirelto, Wre. and Orthes i aad tho stWor War Medal wttii 
*n* diaava fcr Coraaaa, Otadid RodrlfQk aad Badajoa. 



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IJ!] 84th ( York and Lancaster) Regt of Foot ^in Bvnnib* 

The Union J?(W«,«NIVE»'— "PENINSULA"— "INDIA." 

9?(m«7.— Gkorge Angustas Wetherall,* CB. KH. Lieut, 29 July, 05 ; C^pt, 
13 May, 05; IT^'or, 12 Aug. 19; Lieut.-CoL 11 Dec. 24; Cb/. 88 Jane 
38 ; Major-Gen. 11 Not. 61 ; Co^ 84th F. 15 Jaoe 64. 
ieut.'Cols,^ChBi\es Franklyn, JBn*. p17 July, 28; Lieut. p8 April, 26; Capt. 
P 10 July, 28 ; Mtoar, P28 Dec 38 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 6 Sept. 45 ; CoL 20 June 54. 
avid Russell, Comet, PIO Jan. 28; Lieut. p1 Oct. 29; Capt, v 5 April, 83; 
Mcu'or, 7 July, 45 ; Lieut.-CoL p 10 Dec. 47 ; Col. 28 No7. 54. 
rq;c^#.— Matthew Benjamlii George Reed, Ens. p 26 Feb. 18 ; Lieut, p 19 Nov. 
25; Capt. P 26 Feb. 36 ; Major, 16 Sept. 45; Brev. Lt.'Col. 20 June 54. 
corge Qreen,* Ens. 7 April, 25; Lieut. 29 June 27 ; Capt. PlO Not. 37 ; 
itf^q/or, P19 Nov. 44; J3rCT- Lt.'Col. 20 June 54. 



Captains. 
lines Alexander West 

tiomas Bridge 

homas Fred. Richardson 

homas Davison 

Tm. Justin MacCarthy. 

rilllam Radcliffe 

harles F. Seymour . . . 
gimes Alex. Madigan . 

homas Lightfoot 

homas Edmonds Holmes 

pier Hughes 

rederic Arthur Willis • . 

LiBTJTEKANTS. 

iTalter C. £. Snow 

omelius Cha.Rolleston,#. 
[obert Crosse Stewart . . 

homas Horan,' A4i 

red. AuKustus Davidson 

>avidO'Brien 

Eugene Currie ........ 

Vm. M'Geachy Keats .. 
^njamin Sandwith .... 

lichardStansteadBarwell 
liomas H. P. Kennan . . 
:dward C. Geils Kenny. . 
'red. John G. Saunders 

Frederick Hardy 

1. A. Whitmore Ayton*. . 
3eo. Fred. Tbd Whitlock 

lenry Browne 

?ierce Chute 

fohn Penton • • • 

lenry Currie • • 

loberts Torrens Pratt . . 

Ensigns. 
rho. Goodricke Peacocke 
Robert Barry 
BmestHen. Brackenbury 
Bdward Woolhouse 
Fames Richardson • < 
Seorge John Arata Oakley 
\lfred Gibaut 
James Cresgh 



ENSIGN. 



LIBUT. 



P 6 July 26 
P 26 June 28 

25 Dec. 17 
P2d May 34 

15 June 15 

P27 Sept. 31 

9 Jan. 38 

23 June 37 

1 June 38 
P28 Dec. 38 
P3l Dec. 39 

27 Sept. 44 

11 April 42 

20 May 42 

25 Oct. 42 

27 May 42 

24 July 42 
22 Nov. 44 

P 8 Aug. 45 

P 14 Oct. 42 

19 Dec. 45 

2 Oct. 46 
P27 0ct. 46 

2 June 48 
P29 Dec. 46 
P 23 Nov. 49 

14 Aug. 46 
Pll Dec. 46 
9 Nov. 49 
P 17 May 50 
P 6 June 51 
P 16 Sept. 51 

11 June 52 

P 15 Aug. 48 

Pl7May 50 

P17 June51 

P 15 Oct. 52 

21 Jan. 53 

14 May 53 

P 9 June 54 

7 June 54 



V 28 Feb. 28 
30 Aug. 31 
26 April 28 

P 2 Nov. 38 
30 Sept. 30 

P 24 Apr. 35 
29 Aug. 40 

P 14 Dec. 38 

P 30 Oct. 40 
8 April 42 
8 Apr. 42 

P 8 May 46 



22 Nov. 44 
7 July 45 

16 Sept '45 

P 23 Sept. 45 

3 May 44 

20 May 46 
P 27 Oct. 46 

21 April 46 
15 Aug. 49 

P 19 Oct. 49 

12 Apr. 50 
P 28 Dec. 49 

13 July 50 
P 6 June 51 

13 Oct. 48 
26 June 61 
15 Aug. 52 
P 7 Sept. 52 
P 13 Sept. 53 
P 7 June 54 
P 9 June 54 



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8 April 42 
18 Nov. 42 

14 Oct. 42 
7 July 45 

29March44 

P 7 June 44 

p 10 Dec. 47 

24 Jan. 50 

26 June 51 

15 Aug. 52 
15 Mar. 53 

P16 Jan. 52 



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20 June 54 
20 June 54 
20 June 54 



1 Mi^er-Ocaenl Wttbtrmn wu 

In aeiloB wlOi « tq^MlraB of Tn m t h 

Mfaiei In tb« Moiaablqne tbaa" 

ncl In Jon* 1810 i te tti« atUidi of 

a MinadiVB of Frmeh frlcntat ia 

port S.B. of tke !■!« or PrsBM Ui 

July 1810. At the altMk tad 

conquest of JftTt. In 1811. m 4id«« 

4e.CaBip to ll^|or*a«n. WcilMinU 

for wtaldi he hu reeotred lh« War 

Medal with one Clatp. He was 

appointed a CB. ior bU dlsUa. 

Cttlthed serrleee In the tnpprsssiqn 

ot the Insnrreetlott in Canada. 

1 Lt..Col. Green lenred In the Bunnece wor. 

8 Lieut. Ayton oerred with an ezpeditlOB 80 

milee op the OoiDbia» in 1848, and woo ensneed 

at the storm and deetniction of the Fbrtifled 

Town of Bambacoo eth May ; at the attack and 

partial destruction of the Fortified Town of 

Keeming 7th May ; and la the action with and 

defeat of the enemy on the plaint of Qnenella 

8th May. 



Paymaeter.-'^eo. Henry Eddy, 28 Apr. 37; ^n«. p 29 Aug. 26 ; X. 20 Feb. 35. 

AdlJutant, — Lieut. Thomaa Horan,^ 13 July 50. 

Quarter^Meister. — Henry Donelan, 15 Dec. 54. 

Surgeon. — Francia William Innes, M.D., 2 Feb. 49 ; Asnet.'Surg. 10 Feb. 37. 

Atsittant'Surgeont, Thomas Stack, M.D., 22 Not. 44. 

Joseph Tliomaa La Preale, 22 Dec. 46. 

James Arthur Hanbury, M.B. 29 Sept. 54. 
Facings Yellow.^ Agents, Mesart. Cox & Co. 

)rtn sermed with the 41«t dniing the whole of the campaign of 1849 in Aff^haalttan (Medal), 
enc m the engagement* with the enemy or S8 March and aes April in Uie PIsheen Yalley , In 
ith May near Oandaliar, 80th Aug. at Ooaine, 6th Sept. beiore Ghuxnee, occupation and dea- 
at fortreaa and of Cahool, expedition Into Kobistan, stnnn, capture, and dcttmetiOB of Ittaliff; 
liooi minor aflhiif in and between the Bolan and the Khyber Paitef: 



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«i£r«E* rJ^« f BSth(Buck. Volunteers) The King's lA. Inf. RegU 137 

•* FUENTB8 D'ONOR"—"NIVE"— "PENINSULA"— "BLADEN8BUHG." 

CoZofieZ.— 9 Sir John Wright GuiBe,' Bart. KCB. Eru, 4 Not. 04 ; LU and CapU 
26 Oct. 08 ; CapU and LU'Col. 26 Joly 06; Col, 4 June 13; Mqj.-Gen. 12 
Aug. 10; Lt.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Gen, 11 Not. 61 ; Col. 86tb Lt. Inf. 1 June 47. 

80 6|{ JUeut.'CoUmeU-^MtLnUy Power, £nt. p 24 June 10 ; X^. v 17 Apr. 23 ; Capt. p 30 
Jane 26; Brevet^Major, 28 Jane38 ; MqjoTy p 6 Aug. 42; X^-CoJ. PieMa746; 
Co/. 20 June 54. 

22 irq;or<.— -Alexander G. Grant, Comet, p 4 Oct. 33 ; Lieut, p 18 Dee. 36 ; Capt* 
P 6 Aug. 42 ; Mqfor, P 10 Not. 48. 

21 John William Grey, JSns. p 16 May 34; Lieut, p 1 June 38 ; Capt. P 31 Mar» 
43; Afqjor^ p 17 Dec. 62. 



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Captains. 

HughMassy P13Mar.40 

William WllliamBon • . . . P 16 Not. 41 

Robert MaunseU p 24 June 42 

ff0fi.Wm. Stuart Knox p 12 Jan. 44 

George Thompson. p 23 Feb. 44 

George Warde p22Not.44 

James Gubbins,' s. 10 Dec. 46 

i7(m.Bdmund John Boyle p 12 Sept. 48 
William Henry Orme,' «. p 24 Jan. 46 

John Armitage p10Not.48 

James Brown Young .... p 16 Oct. 47 
Henry Godolphin Rooper p 13 April 40 

LlBUTBlTAirTS. 

Lord John Hy. Taylour p 14 Dee. 40 

JohnAthorpe p 16 Sept. 61 

Charles Wells Hogge. • . . p 12 Dec. 61 
William T. Baker, d. pm. 7 Jan. 48 

Robert Carr Glyn PldDec. 61 

Montagu Barton p 16 Apr. 62 

JohnBayley P21Sept.62 

Dererenz Herbert Mytton p 22 Sept. 62 

WallerAshe p 21 Jan. 63 

William Hallowes p 22 Jan. 53 

JamesScott P23Jan.53 

Augustme FItzGerald . . p 18 Feb. 53 
HenryMannersChichester p 10 Feb. 63 
William Henry Mathew . . p 11 Mar. 53 

Emsigns. 
Edward Musgraye Beadon 
Rob. Kirkpatrick Taylor 
George Phipps Preyost*. 
Henry James Haydock . . 
Hen. Holyoake Goodricke 
James Murray Grant. . . . 
William Robert BeU 



EN SIGN 



LIEUT. 



P 12 Jan. 44 
P22Noy.44 
P28 Mar. 46 
P20Dec. 46 
31 Mar. 47 
P 10 Not. 48 
P13 April 40 
P 12 Dee. 61 
3 Apr. 46 
P 10 Mar. 62 
P 17 Aug. 62 
P 27 Aug. 62 

P 3 Dec. 62 

P 17 Dec 62 

P 28 Jan. 63 

P July 62 

P 18 Feb. 53 

P 16 July 63 

P 26 Aug. 63 

P 16 Dec. 63 

P 28 Apr. 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 

11 Aug. 64 

11 Aug. 64 



CAFTAIir. 



BHBY.-XAJ. 



P 13 April 40 
P 1 Aug. 61 
P 7 Not. 61 
P 17 Aug. 62 
P20Oct. 62 
Pl7Dec. 62 
p 18 Feb. 63 12 Dee. 64 
p 16 Dec. 63 
Pl3Jan. 64 
P28Apr.64 
6 June 64 
P 1 Sept. 64 



S Uttjot Gabbins sorrad the 
EMtera csmpalgn of ISSi as 
Aidc-de-eamp to Sir De Liey 
Brant, Indndiof tba battlea 
of the Alna and Inkennan 
(MTttrely woandad)i and siega 
off 



P 12 Mar. 53 
P 16 July 63 
P26Aug. 63 
P 16 Dec. 63 
P 28 Apr. 64 
1 Sept. 64 
16 Sept. 64 
Pnymaffer.— William Mortimer Pechell, 6 June, 61 ; Bne. p 6 Aug. 42 ; LUut. 
AdSuiant.-- [8 Dee. 46. 

(^uarter-Master. — John R. Rouse, 12 Dec. 61. 

5u]yeon-— George Clerihew, M.D., 6 Dec. 43 ; Assiit.'Surg. 2 Noy. 32. 
Assistant'Surgeon. — John Knox Leet, 27 June 61. 

Alexander Fisher Bartley, 14 Jan. 58. 
Facingg Blw^^AgentSj Messrs. Cox k Co. 

r Joba GnlM lerred with the Srd Gaardt at Ferrol, TIgo, and Cadis, In 1800 ; the Egyp^iw cam- 
paifB of 1801 (medal), inclading the eetioni of the 8th and 9lit March, and 17th Aanut, attack of the 
fuitieM of Xanboot on the foUowIng day, action of the SSad August, InTeetnient and captare of Alex- 
andria. Expedition to Hanorer in 1800-0. Proceeded to the Peninnila in 1800, and commanded the light 
battalion of the Oaarde with a Rlfie companj of the 00th atuched, on the retreat to the lines In ]810» 
battle of Boaaco, and lubieqaent retreat, lioee of Torree Yedrae, several actions on the adrance flrom 
thence In 1811, and battle of Foentes d'Onor. Present also at the sieees and eaptnres of Ciadad Bodrifo 
■nd Bad^iot. Commanded the let battalion of the Ord Guards at the battle of Salamanca, capture of 
Madrid, siefe of Burgos and retreat from thence, sdTance in 18IS, battle of Yittoria, siege and capture of 
flan Sebastian, passage of the Bldassoa, battles of the NWe, passage of the Adour, InTestment of Bayonne 
and repulse of the sortie— during the latter part of the action he commanded the Snd brigade of Ouards in 
consequence of 8ir £. Stopford being wounded. Sir John has receired the gold cross for Fuentes d'Onor» 
Salamanca, Vittoria, and NItc; and the sllrer War Medal and one clasp for Borneo. 

S G^C Onue Mrrml mith the Sid Light Drag ooat diurisf the Stttlejesmpsifn of iS4S>9, sad wm prssSBt at the bsttlts 
•r Meedkee and Fsressshah, at which last he was ssTtrsly wounded la the arm (Medal aad one Clasp). 



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"StiJ^iaJrifS!] S6th ( The Royal County Down) Regt. ofFoot[^'^rS^r^' 
On the Colours k Appointments, the JJarpand Crmon, with the Motto " Qwi SeparabitV 
YeH»'S.rv. " INDIA"-The SphvM, with the worOs « EGYPT*— « BOURBON"-On the 
Buttons, the Irith Harp and Cravm, 
ColoneL—^ Wi Lord James Hav,* Ens, 23 Jan. 06 ; Lieut. 6 Aug. 07 ; Capt. 

8 Feb. 10 ; Lieut.-Col. «6 Mar. 18 ; CoL 10 Jan. 37 ; Mqfor-Gen. 9 Nov. 46; 

LL'Gm, 80 June 64; Co/. 86th Foot, 8 May 64. 
Lieui.-CoUmelt.'^JasDeB Creagh, JBm. 1 Jan. 10 ; Lt. 4 March 12 ) Capi. 7 Apr. 

26; JSrev.-Mqf, 28 June 38; Mqf. p18 Jan. 39) Brev.-Lt.-Col. \\ Nov. 61 j 

I^.-Co/. 80 Apr. 62. 
William Laneley Tudor,' Sns, 9 Apr. 25; Lieut . p26 Nov. 29; Capt. 1 Apr. 41 j 

Brev.'Mqf. 80 Apr. 44 ; lf<y . P 19 Sept 48; Brev. Lt.-Col. 20 June 64 ) Lt.- Col. 

29 Sept. 64. 
lffl;<»-#.— Robert Henry Lowth, JSns. p 4 Feb. 19 ; Lieut, p 1 April 24; Capt. p 15 

May 27 : Brev. Mqf. 23 Nov. 41 ; Brev. Lt.-CoU 11 Nov. 61 ; Af^*. 30 Apr. 62. 
WUHam Kier Stuart, J^ns. 6 Mar. 28 ; X^ p 28 Sept. 30 ; Capt. 8 Apr. 42 5 Brev.- 

Mqjorj 20 June 54 ; Miyor, 29 Sept. 64. 



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Captains. 

Giles Keane • • • 

Abra. Collis Anderson, s. 
Donough O'Brien .*•••• 
Thomas Andrews Rawlins 
John Perkins Mayers . . 
Harvey Wei. PoleWelman* 
CharlesEdmund Thornton 
Joshua Henry Kirby .... 
Charles George Butler*. . 
Charles Osborne Creagh ^ 

John Jerome 

Wm. Henry Weaver .... 
Lieutenants. 

Charles Darby* 

James Boyd •••• 

James John Gordon .... 
George Wm. Robinson • • 
John Richardson Stuart 
George Sherman Nunn. . 

John Meacham 

Maxwell Lepper 

Ralph FitzGlbbon Lewis 
Edward Monckton Jones 
Thomas Rice Hamilton. . 
GeorgeHcwiBhAdams,ix4/> 
Henry Edward Jerome . . 
Frederick Gardner .... 
Hugh Stewart Cochrane 

William Knipe 

Robert Edward Henry . . 
J. K. Douglas Mackenzie 
Henry Cracroft Maine . . 
Richard Charles Brown •• 
Augustus Nicholas WiImd 
Ensigns. 

Charles Fraser 

Alfred Robert Ord 

Francis Drewe Edwards 
John F.Whitmore Mullen 



ENSIGN. 



21 June 27 
12 June 23 

12 Sept. 22 
P 17 Nov. 41 
P29July 86 

2 April 36 
P30 Dee. 42 
P 10 Aug. 38 
P 3 Nov. 40 

18 June 41 
9 Apr. 42 

P 28 Dec. 41 

6 Sept. 39 

8 Apr. 42 
27 Jan. 43 

22 Mar. 44 

23 Mar. 44 

9 May 46 

19 Apr. 44 
P 13 Aug. 47 

27 Oct. 46 
8 Jan. 47 

P 12 Not. 47 
14 April 46 
21 Jan. 48 

P 23 Feb. 49 

13 April 49 
P19 0ot. 49 
P 14 June 60 

24 Jan. 61 
P16AQg.60 

14 May 52 
P16May 52 

14 Sept. 62 

5 Dec. 51 

P28Mar.54 

7 June 64 



LIEUT. 



22 Feb. 31 
9 July 29 
2 July 29 

P29Dec. 43 

P28Apr; 39 

28 Dec. 88 

P20Ang, 44 

8 Apr. 42 

do. 

P 6 Aug. 49 

14 Nov. 43 

23 Feb. 43 

P 80 July 42 
13 Nov. 43 
11 Nov. 45 
2 Sept. 47. 
13 Dec. 47 
15 Jan. 49 
22 Dec. 48 

P 23 Feb. 49 
30 July 49 
27 Apr. 49 

P 4 April 61 

P 25 July 61 
30 Apr. 52 

P 7 May 52 

P 16 Oct. 52 
6 June 53 

P 10 Feb. 54 
1 Mar. 64 

P 21 July 54 
18 Aug. 54 
20 Sept. 54 



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20 June 64 
20 June 54 
11 Nov. 61 

20 June 54 



23 Oct. 42 
27 Aug. 4a 
31 Oct. 40 

P 6 Feb. 47 

P 27 Jan. 43 
9 Jan. 46 

P 10 Sept. 48 

30 Apr. 52 

16 Mar. 58 

1 Mar. 64 

P28Mar. 64 
29 Sept. 64 



I LC'Col. Todw MTfcd «■ kidm- 
de-oamp la Otaettl Qny, eon- 
mandiof ttie Ivft irlac of tb* Anof 
of Owailor. In tiM Mlioa o# Pon. 
nUr,S9 ncc 184S(MrdAl). AU« 
■ervrd the SuUcJ eampalfn of 1846- 
8 M Aide-de Camp to the sano 
OeMral. ccnpoaMtaf I|m 6tk Olrl- 
lioD ol |ho Army. 

4 C^pt. Welman senred witli the 
17th Regt. diirinf tbc campaifa of 
1838 and » in ASkhaoistan and 
Boloocbutan under Lord Keane, a 
was present at the ilomi ft eaptnin 
of Ohttsnee (Medal). and of abelaC, 
at wbieh laat he vns with the ad- 
▼anee (uard under Col. Pawyeniek. 

6 Capts. Btttler and Creaf b, 
and Lieut. Uartjr, aerved 
during Sir OharlM Napier's 
campaign against tbe Moan- 
tain and Desert Tribes situated 
on the right bank of the Indus, 
earl7 in 1^40, with a detach- 
ment of 800 man — Tolaptaera 
from the )Sth to the 3»th Regt. 



Paymaster.— ChfucleB Fade Heatly, 17 Dec. 47 j JSns. 19 Apr. 83; Xi«l*. 
Aeyutant,— Lieut. George Hewish Adams, 26 Aug. 64, [7 Jnljr 87. 

QtMrter'M(Uter.-^Uenry Hammond, 17 March 54. 
Surgeon.— Henry Franklin,' 10 Feb. 52; Assist. -Surg. 99 Dec. 37. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — James Kellie, M.D., 5 May, 48. 

Francis Lewis Fitzgerald, 12 Aug. 63. 
Richard Chapman Lofthonse, M.D. 14 Joly 54. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox 3c Co. 



1 Lord Jame* Hay letTcd in tbe Pcalniula, and wa» present at the battles of VUnlera. Talavera^^ Bnaaco. Fi 
d'Onor, Vittoria, Pyrenees. NiTeUe, aad Nl»e, far wbleh he has roeeived the War Medal with eight Clasps. He i 

7 SoTLeon Franklin strved with the »rd Ufbt Drafoons throoffaout; the eampaifa of I84« in A^*»»»»***»</'?J^i» ff* 
wsanreMntat the fore.ng of the Khyber Pas., storming the heights of JufduUuck. acUon at Teaeen and Hcrflkotul. 
oeeupiuion Cabool. and capture of UtaliiT. Also tbe Stitltv eampaifn of 1846-6, including the battles of Moodkeo and 
Feroseshab (Medal and one Clasp). 



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MONTB TipB<r**' TAL A VBB A^O-ilM Bvta. iHA •WfMlb of UumI «Im# tt# Huf. in mMMm to Ito Ahm of the 
^^•*»«0»V»-»«TAEIFA''-'<VITT0»IA*^"N1T«LL»- •«OBTHKfl" ."TOULOUIB'-^PRNINSULA** -••AVA.*» 

CoUmel—'9 Hugh, ri«p«imi G(mgl^* QCB. J?n#. 7 Ang:. 04 ; Zieu^ 11 Oct. 04; 

Cai7^85Jane,03; Afa;.dAug.U5;X^-Co;.20July,09; Co/. 12Aag.]0;3f<v-.. 

Gen. 2$ July, 30; Lieut-Gen. 23 Not. 41; Gen. 20 June 54 i CoL d7th 

FiuiUen,15Mar.41. 
JUeic^.-Co/(me2«.— Montague Cholmeley Johnstone, Sm. ? 27 Feb. 23 ; LietU. P 16 

Dec. 24 ; CapL p 19 Sept. 26 ; Mqjor, P 27 July 38 ; Lt.-CoU p 16 Nor. 41 ; 

Col 11 Nov. 61. 
James Campbell, Em, P6 July 26; Ueut. p31 July 28 ; Capt. p 10 April 35; 

Breo^'Mi^. Not. 46 ; MqJ, 28 May 47 ; Lt.- Col, 3 April 49 ; CoU 28 Nov. 54. 
Jiiqiors. — John M'Mahon Kidd. Ens. p 21 July 25 ; Lieut, p 8 Nov. 27 ; Capt, p 28 

Dec 32; Srev.-Maj. 9 Nov.46; Me^f. P13 July,47; 5rc».Z^.-CoZ.20June54. 
Alexander Murray, * 2nd LUut, p 24 Apr. 35 ; Lieut, 23 Oct. 39 ; Capt, P20 

Aug. 44 ; Mqjor, P 30 Dec. 58. 



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2nd libut, 



WUliam Percy Lea p22 Feb. 

Charles F. Campbell . , . . ] 15 Sept. 37 
Louis H. HamUton* ... ^ "^ 

Alexander Hugh Cobbe 

James Bailie 

William Francis Ring . 

William Hanmer 

Andrew Robertson . . . 
Hon. Aug.G. G.Chichester 
Henry Smyth Bawtree • • 

Francis Fane, f 

John Theophilua Ussher^ 

LlBUTBlTANTS. 

Hugh Lloyd 

D. C. Augustus Delhoste . 

Henry FitzGerald, r 

John Hallowes 

Onnond Fitzgerald 

Austin Peter O'Malley . . 

William Wiltshire , 

John Peyton 

R. Gibson ( Q. M, Apr.47) adj, 
William Blake Graham^ 

Adam Steuart 

Jos. FitzThomas Bhadwell 
G. Granville Gower Munro 
Francis Horatio Gee 
Edw.Hen. John Meredyth 

Anthony Butler 

Joseph Noble Beasley 
Thomas Law Roberts 
Charles Edmund Goddard 
John Wall 

Bdward Dampter Cockell 
Sbcono Libuts. 

Edwin Biron 

Colmer Lynch 

Hon. D'Arcy G. Osborne 
Walter Carr Mackinnon 

Robert Lampen 

Edmund Spry Tritton 



6 Apr. 38 
16 June 43 
P 20 Dec. 42 
28 Oct. 31 
P22 Dec. 43 
P 14 Jan. 42 
P 19 Feb. 41 
P 10 Jan. 45 
P 27 Aug. 41 
P 30 May 43 

P 10 July 46 

16 Sept. 45 
P 16 Nov. 41 
p 10 Mar. 43 

6 Jan. 43 

15 Aug. 46 
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P 21 July 48 

3 April 40 
31 Dec. 42 

P 1 Oct. 47 
P 26 June 46 

16 Apr. 46 

4 Apr. 49 
P 18 May 49 

13 Dec. 50 
P 17 Aug. 52 
P 19 Sept. 48 

6 April 49 

14 Dec. 49 
P 10 Dec. 52 

Pl7 Jupe51 

17 June 51 
P 17 Aug. 52 
P 24 Aug. 52 
P 30 Sept. 53 

22 Apr. 53 



John Rawson Simpson .. p30 Dec. 53 



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P21 Apr. 37 
P 28 Aug. 40 
P 17 Jan. 40 
P 10 Jan. 45 
P 14 Feb. 45 
8 May 35 
P 3 Oct. 45 
P 10 Mar. 43 
P 22 Nov. 42 
P 8 Sept. 46 
P 12 Dec. 43 
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15 Dec. 48 
12 Sept. 44 
P 27 June 45 
1 April 47 
3 AprU 49 
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P 22 Feb. 50 
5 Sept. 45 
P25 0ct. 50 
8 Jan. 51 
P 21 Aug. 49 
P 16 July 52 
P 8 Apr. 53 
P 30 Sept. 53 
P 24 June 53 
P27 Dec 50 
P 80 Dec. 53 
P 30 Dec. 53 
Pll Nov. 53 



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31 July 46 
2 Oct. 46 

22 Dec. 46 
P 21 July 48 
P 22 Feb. 50 

15 Mar. 50 
P 12 Oct. 49 
P 7 Aug. 46 
P 3 Aug. 49 
P 30 Sept. 53 
P 10 Jan. 51 
1 Jan. 54 



t Major Murtfty Mrrtd in tlw 
I8th on the Ctaliw cxpedltioo (Me- 
dal), and WM prawm %% OsniMi, 
Anoy, Ohiwan, Cbtnhae, Nlofpow 
Sefoui, Cbapoo (wound«d).ghuit- 
hal, Wooranf, and Chin Kiany 
Poo. 

S Capuin Hftmllion torred at 
AMiit. AdJuianuOoncral In the 
Burmah War t name twiee honor- 
•bly nevttopod in Oenoral Ood. 
win** difpalelici, and in orderi of 
the Oovcmor- General. 

4 Capt. UsfhtrMnred the eam- 
Hisn of lS44-» in the Southern 
Mahratta eonntiy, with the ISndj 
and waa pteacnt tt the inrettinent 
and eaptare of the Forts of Panulla 
and Pownffhar. 

7 |.ieut, Orahud aerrtd In the 
18th Royal Irish with the expedi- 
tion under M^r-Qen. D'Afuiiar 
whieh took the Porta of the Boota 
Tigris In the Canton River, those 
of the staked harrier, aad ef the 
olUr of CwlQii i» ApHI 184r. 



10 Qr.'Mr. Tbama terred the tMtpaiffn #n the 

SuUeJin 184ft.6 (medal) with the »th. Ineladinc the 
battles of Moodkse. Pereieshah. and Sobraon. 

11 Sorgeop BaiMM served with the army on the 
Sutl^. and was taken prisoner by |he iikbs %t the 
allhir of Buddlwal ; after a epptivlty of twenty-flre 
days, twelve ofwbleh In irons, he was released, on the 
adrenee of Uie British Ibreet gn (.nhore. 



Paymaster, — Charles James Perry , 3 May 50 ; Qr^itf. 23 July 44; Ens, 22 Dec. 
Adtjutant.-'Lieut, Robert Gibson, 9 Sept. 51 . [48 ; Lt, 30 Nov. 49. 

Quarter-Master.^Hy, Thotnas,*« 20 Apr. 49 ; ^iw. 11 Apr. 42 ; Lt, 22 Dec. 45. 
Surgeon, — Richard George Davys Banon/* 1 July 53 ; -^Mi^^-Sur^. 30 Oct» 40. 
Assist.^'Surgeons,'^ ohn Lyster Jameson, 2 Jan. 52. 

George Pishey Thompson Hill, 5 IfOY, 58. 

Peter Dayidson, M.D., 5 Aug. 53. 
Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Charles R. and Walter M'Grigor, 




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rBMtlniT, 4 April M. 
L D«i>6t, WindMttmr. 
On tiM Colomt tB4 aiipoUitneBte the Harp ami Crvmn, with tb« motto, '*Mt SeparaMtt- Tb« 
J>Mfi«, with lh« wofdt "EGYPT"-^TALAVERA»'— "BU8ACO"-««PUENTB8 D*ONOR"— 
'• OIUDAO RODRIGO " — ** BADAJOZ ** — '* SALAM AH CA " — ** VITTORIA " — «« If lYELLB » — 
•« ORTHE8 "-" TOULOUSE «»-" PENINSULA." 
CeUmel^^ Sir John Alex. Wallace/ Bt. KCB. j?fi#. 28 Dee. 1787; JUeui. 
6 Apr. 90; Cajft. 8 June, 96; Jf(q;or, 9 July, 1808; LUut.-CoL S8Aiig. 
04; Col. 4 June IS ', Mqf.-Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Zt.'Oen. 10 Jan. 37; (7m. 11 
Not. 51 ; Co?. 88th Regt. 20 Oct. 31. 
Lieui.-CoUmel^Honiiio Shirley, 2iu2 Xieu /. p 1 2 May, 25 ; Xieuf. p 31 Oct. 26 ; 
26; Cap^ P5 July 83 ; 3fq;. P31 Dec. 41; Zf.- Col. 18 Jan. 48; Co/.28Nov. 54. 
Jlf^'ortf.— Edmund Richard Jeffireys, Sru. 16 June, 25; Xi«u^P 11 Oct. 27; 

Capt.^2 Feb. 38 ; Jf<qi;or, p12 May, 43 ; Brev. Lt.^CoL 20 June 54. 
George Yaughan Maxwell, Efu. p 2 Feb. 38; XAeut, p 26 Apr. 39; Capt. P6 

Dec 44; JIf <^i>r, p 28 July 54. 
Edward Norton, JS^. p25 Jan. 39; Lieut. P27 Mar. 40; Capt. P23 Jan. 46 ; 
JIfil/or, 29 Dec 54. 



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Captains, 
Etli*'. John Vesey Browne 
Eclward Bftyley 
Edward Herbert MaxweU 
Hon. J. Jocelyn Bourke 
Edmund Corbet t » » * * , 
John liardman Burki!, f. 
EdmiiTifi GilHiig Mflynnrd 
BcnJ . Banbury Maulc vcrer 

Henry EmBt 

Joshua Grant Crosse 
Nathaniel Steerens . • 

Thomas Gore 

H. J. Le Marchant Baynes 

Jackson Wray 

Henry William Grogan . . 

LXBUTBKANT8. 

John Edward Riley .... 

Shurlock Henning 

Lord £. H. B. G. Cecil. . 
George Richard Browne 
George Robert Beresford 
EmlliuB Delm6 Radcliffe 
Edward Heniy Webb ,. 
William Charles Pearson 
Henry Hooper Day .... 
Conrtenay W. A. T. Kenny 
William Little, a4^. 
Horatio Berthon Preston 
William Lambert • • , 
BirsioKS. 

Frederick HUl 

Robert Yemor 

Ernest Aug. Peroeral 

JohnEnms 

Edwa^ Hopton 

Berkeley Mitchell • 



ENSIGN. 



P 12 Sept. 34 
P 5 Apr. 39 
p 26 Apr. 39 
P21 May 41 

28 Dec. 41 
P 1 Nov. 39 
P31 Dec. 41 
PdOAug.44 

23 Jan. 46 
P 25 Sept. 40 
P 19 Dec. 45 
P 3Mar.43 

14 Apr. 46 
P 19 Feb. 47 
P 6 Aug. 47 

P 8 Oct. 47 
P 80 April 49 
P21 Nov. 51 
P 17 June 61 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 9 July 52 
P 16 Oct. 52 
P 5 May 54 
6 June 54 
23 June 54 

10 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 16 Aug. 54 



LIBUT. 



29 Dec. 40 

7 June 41 
P16NOV.41 
P22Ju]y 42 
P 6 Dec. 44 
p 3 Mar. 43 
P 23 Jan. 46 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 14 April 48 
P 30 Aug. 44 
P 29 Dec. 48 
P 19 Feb. 47 
P 12 Sept. 48 
P30May 51 
P 26 Dec 51 

P 18 June 52 
6 June 64 
P 13 Jan. 54 
11 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 
P 18 Aug. 54 

30 Aug. 54 
P 6 Oct. 54 
P 27 Oct. 54 

16 Nov. 54 

8 Dec 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 



CAPTAIN. 



P 6 Nov. 46 
P6Aug. 47 
P 8 Oct. 47 



P 1 June 49 

P 5 May 54 

6 June 54 

P 14 July 54 

P 28 July 54 

P 28 July 54 

30 Aug. 54 

P27 Oct. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec 54 

29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec 54 



BBBY.-MAJ- 



12 Dec} 54 



12 Dec 54 



S Paymter B«Mrid aerrtd witfi • dtladwiwt ef tlw 
IMh, wttb Llcnt-Cot. Oolnm*! Ufht Brigade, la ika 
Sontheni If ahratta eampalfn of 1844>S. aad «m ptftcnt 
in *U iU ep ewt io M , iarhidlaf Om capdu* of Gotea, 
Sltf, aad MorBBlBc of Monobnr Stadudoa and Pott* 
t5th Jan. 184ft, at which plaoc this dotaehaBaM IptaMd 
Uw itonninf partjr, and tnflirrtd Tcty Mrioaaljr. 



P 17 Aug. 54 
Pl8Aug.54 
P 15 Sept. 54 
13 Oct. 54 
P27 Oct. 54 
t 22 Dec. 54 
Paynuuter.'^Wm. Belfield,' 9 Feb. 49 ; JSfit. v 18 May 42 ; Lieut. P 29 July 48. 
Atffutani^^Lieut. William Little, 22 Dec. 54. 
QuarteT'Master, — ^Thomas Moore/ 21 May 52* 
i^ttr^mm.— John Dnnlop," M.D. 8 Dec. 54 ; Assiet.'Surg. 3 April 46. 
Asiiet.^Sfurgeane.^Thomm Robert Williams, M.B. 24 March 54. 
William Harris, 28 April 54. 
Richard William Meade, 1 Sept. 54. 
Foctn^f Yellow.— J ^enf#, Messrs. Cox 8c Go. 

1 Sir J. A. WaHaee wti at the battle of Beringapatam, the storming of Pagoda BUI, and of Tippoo't Ifnts 
and camp, and the tiege of Seriogapatam, ttorming of Klstnaguirrie, ke, ice. la 1796 eerred at the reduc- 
tion of Minorca; fh>in thence he joined the army under the command of 8Ir Ralph Abereromby, aad 
was at the landing at Aboukir In Egypt, 8th March ; the buttlee of the 18th and Slst, before Alexandria ; 
at Rhamanleh, RoMtta,and Grand Cairo. He hat received the gold Medal and two Claepe forBwaeo, Fuentee 
d*Onor,aad Salamanca i and the SilTcr War Medal with one Clatp for Egypt. 

IS Doctor Dunlop eerred with the 8>nd Regt. during the Pui^aub campaign of 1848-40, and was preeent 
at the first aad second siege operations before Mooltan, including the capture of the dty and surrender of 
the fortress; alto present at the surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle of Gocderat 
(Medal and Claepe). Serred the Eastern campaign of 18M. 

4 Quartermaster Moore senred with the Slstkegt. throughout the campaign of 1849 in Afl^haaislaa 
< Medal), Including the engagemenu of Maieena and Teieen. Also the Sutl^ campaign of 184A-f, tai- 
eluding the actions of Moodkee, Peroteshah, Boddiwal, Allwal, aad Sobraon (Medal and three Claepe). 

\* Iieut..Gol. JeAvys and CapUIn Crosse were slightly wounded, and Lieut. Bayaes wie seTerely 
wounded at the battle of lakeman. Qr.-Matter Moort was slightly woundtd at the Alma. 



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The Sphinx, with the words « EGYPT"—" JAVA"—" NIAGARA**— << AVA.'» 

Cohnel.^^ Sir Charles Bulkeley Egerton,« GCHG. KCH. JBn$. 16 Not. 1791 • 

IfOT. 1808; Co/. 4 June, 11 ; Mcfjor^Oen. 4 June. 14 : Zieut.^Gen 22 Jnlv 

80 ; ©«!• d Nor, 48; C(>f. ^th Regt. 26 Sept. 8?! ^' 

iMjM*.-C»ton«Z.— Angostus Halllfax Ferryman, JS^. p 27 Jnne 84: X{«ti/. 80 

i??*nJir ^''?t- "^ ^® ^P*^ *^ ' -^^'^' P 22 Dec. 43 ; U.-^Col. P 24 Nov. 48; 
C0f • 80 Nov. 54. 

^?^'«T^*™®* ^"'^**°^'' ■^'^- ^ -^P'- ®^' "^»«**- Id Apr. 27: C«p*. P19 
Apr. 88 5 Breo.'Mqj. No?. 46 ; Afq/. 10 Jan. 61 ; Brw. LL-CoiM June 64. 

Caledon Richard Bgerton, Sn$, 16 June 32; Lieut. p28 Mar. 84 : Capt. P16 
Mar. 39 ; Brev.-Mqfor, 11 Nov. 61 ; Jl£(0or, p6 Dec. 61. 

flim. Charles Daly. JStu. p 26 July 84 ; Zieut. p 17 Feb. 37 5 Cdpt. i»31 Dec. 88 ; 
Brev.^Mqf. 11 Nov. 61 ; Mqjor, 29 Dec. 64. ' 



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Captains. 
Fred. Chas. Aylmer • • . 
John Dnntze Hacdonald 
Arundel Edmund Hill • 

Leslie Skynner* 

John Lewes Phillipps . 

William Boyle, «. 

Robert B. Hawley 

Hans Robert White .... 
Edward Buller Thorp .. 

John Atkinson 

Daniel Tom 

John M. Cnppage 

Carrick Darby #•..•••« 
Arthur H. H. Mercer . . 
Alfred Nixon 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Charles Heycock 

Robert Selby 

Wm. Cecil George Pery 
Robert Rowland Conyers 

George Cresswell 

Edmund Morris 

Richard Francis Holmes. 

John Longfield 

Frauds KnatchbuU .... 
George Harmer Pering . . 
John Waldron Gray .... 
Barnes Slyfleld Robinson 

SavageHall 

Ridiard Edward Beck 

Ensigns. 
Augustus Breedon. . . . 
Montifort H. Trant Lloyd 
John Arthur Barstow. 
Henry licwis Harvest 



BNSION. 



P 4 Dec. 32 

13 July 32 

7 Sept. 41 

P 26 Oct. 41 

P 22 July 42 

6 Dee. 38 

28 Aug. 38 
P22Dec. 43 

12 June 46 
P 22 Oct. 47 
P 7 June 44 

10 Nov. 43 
P 3 Sept. 47 
P 80 Apr. 41 
P 3 Mar. 48 

P31 Mar. 48 
P 3 Oct. 48 
P 2 Feb. 49 
P 2 Mar. 49 
PlOAug. 60 
P 13 Dec. 60 

26 Sept 46 
P 6 Dec. 61 
P 6 Dec. 61 
P 12 Mar. 62 
P17Aug.62 

17 Dec. 62 
P 21 Jan. 63 
P 18 Mar. 63 



LIBUT. 



P26July 34 
P 13 June 34 
P 27 Oct. 43 

14 July 43 
P 19 Dec. 45 
p 21 May 41 
P 31 Dec. 39 

19 Dec. 46 
P 2 Feb. 49 

17 Jan. 61 

26 June 46 

P 8 Aug. 46 

2 Mar. 49 

1 Nov. 42 
6 Dec. 61 

P 6 Dec. 61 

P 20 Feb. 62 

P 6 Aug. 62 

81 Oct. 62 

P 11 Mar. 63 

P 11 Mar. 63 

8 Apr. 63 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 

Pl8Aug.64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBy.-MAJ. 



11 Nov. 61 
20 June 64 



20 May 40 

16 June 43 

P 3 Oct. 48 

P 2 Feb. 49 

P 2 Mar. 49 

P 4 Jan. 60 

10 Jan. 61 

P 6 Dec. 61 

Pll Mar. 63 

P 4 Aug. 64 

P 9 Aug. 60 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 



t LI.-CoLGrah«mJolMdlft«Mfk 
nt%. la Bnrnuh. m a TolunaNr. la 
Dm ism. and was prcMat at tlM 
euryinc Uie eatrencbcd Pmd* of the 
Hahattee river. 17th March, and at 
th« attack on the forUflcd hdfhu 
of Ameaa, fl9th March, ISU ; at 
^"- latter he waa womided la the 
t and fkce. He has received 
the Medal and 01a« fbr Ava, 



Bns. 31 May 39; Lieut. P 14 May 43. 

'• ' 61. 



P 19 Mar. 63 
6 June 64 
P18 Aug. 64 
I 13 Oct 64 
Paymof/^.— Robert Scott, 20 Feb. 62 ; 
Atyutant, — Lieut, John Macdonald Cuppage, 17 Jan 
Quarter'Master.'^Winitaa Watson, 26 April, 48. 
Swrgean.—nkhaLrd Gilbome, 8 Dec. 64; Aitist.'Surg. 2 Oct. 46» 
I Asnttant'Surgeon. — Thomas Fred. Wall, 20 Nov. 46. 

Facing Black.— il^^f, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 8lrChsrI«f Egertoo eommsiideda detachment on board a lin«-of-l>aU1e thip, inLoid Howe'i aetlon of 
<lM Itt June, 1794. Serred at tho bloebada of Malta, and lurrender of Yaletta, 6th Sept 1800: from 
tlMaee pracaeded with Sir Ralph Abererombj'i expedition to Egypt, and was pretent in the actlona of the 
Mth aad Slat Hareh, 1801. Serred with the army in Spain and Portugal In 1810 and 1611, and haa 
fccelved the War Medal and three claape for Fuentee d'Onor, Nivelle and Orthei. 

SCv*> Sk|nMrMrfe«witiklhtMthlaOtaUM,aadhafr«CfiTtd the Medal. 



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mhRegt of Foot {Perthshire Volunteers.) [^"X^C^imnSi!' *"' 
(Light Infantry.) 

« MAND0RA.--T11. Ephkut with th^Hwd. - laYPT"-" fiABTIllIQDB •♦-W OUADALOWE." 

Colanel^9 Wi Folix Calvert,* C.B. Ens. 1 Oct. 07 ; Zt, 15 Sept 08; CSapf. 

27 June 11: 3fa/<>r, 27 Oct. 14; Lt.-Cot. 18 Jane 16; Col. 10 Jan. 37; 

Jlfflf.-Qfen.9Nov.46; Zf ..Geii.20 June 54 ; Co/. 90th Lt. Infantry, 14 Jvo^SS. 
Xt.-Co/.— Frederick Eld, «^n#. p23 Dec. 24; Lieut. PtW 8«pt- 25; C«pf. 

P 27 Sept. 31 ; Brmet-Majar, 9 Nor. 48 ; Mqjar, 29 Sept. 47 ; Brew. lA.-Col. 

22 Dec. 48; Lt.-Col. P22 Oct. 62, 




Oct. 46; Brev.-Mm. 28 May 63; -Sf^'. pU April 64. , „ ^^ ,^ 

Duncan Campbdl,* JTwi. p8 April 34; lAtvU. Pi Feb. 39; Capt. 3 Oct. 46; 
Mf^or, 29 Dec. 64^ 



Captains. 

William P. Pumell,... 

Robert Grove* 

Thomaa Smith .••••• 
Roger Barnston .... 
Purcell 0*Gorman^ .. 
Robt. H. Payne CrawfUrd 

James Perrin 

John Christopher Quise 
Herbert M. Vaughan . . 
William Pattlson Tlnllng 
Vere Henry Close .... 
Rob. Dymock Yanghton 

Harry Denison, # 

Henry Hope Crealock 
Garnet Jotieph Wolseley^f 

LiBUTENANTS. 

James Heme Wade .... 
Richard Henry Magenis 

Henry Preston 

Walter Blakeney Persse 
James Cierk Rattray. . . . 
Paul Andrew L. Phipps 
William John Rous .... 
Alfred Goodlad Daubeny 
Hon, J. Fra. Pennington 

NicolGrahame 

Robert Henry Evans. . . . 
Leonard H . Lloyd Irby . 

Ensigns. 
Percy Julias Deverill. . . . 
John Joshua Nunn .... 
Chas. Henry Sidney Raitt 
Sir Charles Pigott, Bart. 

Charles B.Wynne 

Arthur D. Swift 



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24 Mar. 38 
P 7 Feb. 40 
P 16 July 41 

7 July 43 
P 3 Feb. 43 
p 27 Jan. 43 
P 7 Mar. 46 
P 6 June 46 

22 Jan. 47 
P 4 June 47 
1 June 47 
P 12 July 47 
P 16 June 48 
P 13 Oct. 48 

12 Mar. 62 

P 2 Feb. 49 

10 Apr. 49 

P 20 Apr. 49 

8 June 49 

P 17 Jan. 61 

14 May 62 

P 11 June 62 

P 23 Nov. 62 

P21 Jan. 63 

P 24 Feb. 64 

P 3Mar.d4 

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11 Aug. 64 
M26 Aug.64 
P 8Sept.64 
P 3 Nov. 64 
P 24 Nov. 64 

22 Dee. 64 



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P 7 Mar. 46 
P 16 Sept. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 

2 May 46 
Pll July 46 
p 16 June 48 
P 13 Oct. 48 
P 23 Feb. 49 
p 20 Apr. 49 
p 22 June 49 
P27 Dec. 60 

2 April 62 
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16 May 63 



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P 6 May 64 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

11 Aug. 64 

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P26Ang. 64 

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P 13 Oct. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

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P 16 Jane 48 
P24NOV. 48 
P20 Apr. 49 
P23Mar.49 

2 April 62 

16 Mar. 63 
P 6 May 64 
6 June 64 
P 4 Aug. 64 
P 8 8ept.64 
P24 Ifof. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 

29 Dec. 64 IrSrd Besiment 
throagbout the Kafllr war of 
18M-W; preMBt in all ihe 
AmatolA operationt; wiih the 
Tram Kei expeditions of Dee. 
1851, and Jan. 1859, and of 
April 1853; alto in the Water* 
kloof opentlom of Oct. 1851, 
March IdSS. and BepC 19M; 



8 M^orlLP. 
Camphell lerr- 
ed with the 



freqaently in command of i 
deladied force, and occasion all j 
of the TSrd Reft. Wm men- 
uoned in General Order* of 
March 1859» by Sir Harrj' 
Smith, as having, «lieD ia 
commaad ef a d«leehment of 
the 48id and 78rd, *• carried In 
a Tery gallant iityle a moci fur- 
from Poller'e Boek to 



the heights above, the enemy dancing their 
war dance and daring him to come on, which 
he did to iheir total overthrow and mut; '* 
also, as bating greatly dlitingulsbed himself on 
the following day, when In command of a 
similar party he forced the came paM and 
descended, meeUng on both oc^ions with 
great opposition and severe loss. BeceiTcd the 
Brevet rank of M^)r>r for his senrices. 

PayiTuufer.— Samuel WllUams,* 23 May 63 ; Qr.-Maiter, 18 April 46. 
Aeffutant. — Lieut. 

Quarter-Master. — David Jackson^' 16 Dec 64 ; JSns. 10 Aog. 64. 
5ttry«m.— Robert Carew Anderson, M.D. 18 May, 49 ; Auist.-Surg.^ May, 40. 
Astietant-'Surgeons^^'RobeTt William Jackaon, 26 May 64. 

Douglas Arthur Held, M.D. 24 Nov. 54. 

Charles Robert Nelson, 24 Nov. 64. 
Facingt Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 



1 Lient.-Genend Oalvertaervvd with the 59nd ou the expedition to Sweden in 1808; In the Peninenla ia 
1808-9, including the retreat to Conuina; and on the Walcheren eapedition. Appointed Aide-de>aunp 
to Lord Lynedoch in April 1810, and Joined him at Cadis, then besieged by the French ; preeent at the 



baulee oi Barrosa and Vittoria; also at both the attacks and capture of 8aa Settastian. Accompanied the 
SOtb to America in 1814, and was present at the taking of Castine, and the different American settlemenu 
in the Bay of Pundy. Served al»o the campaign of 1 815 with the SSnd, Including the battles of Qaatre Bias 
and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. He has received the War Medai with three Clasps for Barioae, Vit- 
toria, and St. Sebastian. 

i Lieutenaut-Culonel Eld, Captains Orove, O'Oorman, Paymaster IVUliami, and Qr.-Master Jackson 
served wtih the OUth in Kaffirland, during the whole of the Wiit of 1846-7. 

4 Mi^or Campbell served in the tfdrd Begt. during the suppression oi the insurrection in Lower Canada in 
1837, also m repulsing ihetttuu:k.s ot the American brigand* who landed at Prescott, Upper Canada, in I8jl8. 

5t Captain Wolceiey surved wlih the butli Regt. in the Burmese war of 186S; was. with the expedi- 
tion under Sir John Chi-upe against the robber chief Myattoon, and severely wounded' when leading the 
storming party against that chief's stronghold, on the 19th March. 



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■ •» » > r, ^^ ^ r^ ^ -•••T0UL0D8E "-" PENINSULA.- 

Cpfon*i.--Gabriel Gordon,* ^n#. 6 Jan. 1781; Lima. 26 Nov. 84: Capt. 10 July. 

' 94; Jlfq;\, 16 May, 1800; Lt.-CoU 9 March, 02; Co^ 4 June, 11 ; mL'q^\ 

4June,14; X*.-G«i.2« July,30i G«t.9Nov.46: CoZ. 9l8t Regl 19 Apr, 87. 

;^ .0"^**^" Francis Glencaim Campbell,' ^«*. 26 Oct.27 ; Li.P^n Aug.20; 

r.Chae. Cooke Yarborough,^ CB. .Bw, p 9 June 26 ; Lt.9 19 Sept. 26 ; Capi p 4 
Jan. 33; Mqjor, 19 May 46 ; Lunit.^Col. p 13 Oct. 48 ; Co/. 28 KoV 64. 
yfoT*"* 2f V^ Forbes,* JEru. p 8 Oct 39; Zieut. P28 Nov. 32: Capt. P24 
Joly 86 ; Me^or, 14 Apr. 46 ; Brevet Lt.^Col. 28 May 63. 

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Captains. 
Wm. Glendonwyn Scott » 
r.EdwardW. C. Wright* 
rjj^ JohnG. Rawstome/ #, 
r. Henry J. Savage* .... 
r.RobertFred.Middlemore 
Wm. Tho. Laird Patterson 
James Day Cochrane**^ . 
Robert Henry Howard** 
Alex. Watson Mackeniie 
r. William Geo. C. Gordon 

John Bruce , 

Wm.Benj. Battisoombe. 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

r. Edw. Jas. Somen Ray 
r. Robt.HenryCramptoa*^ 
Frederick Boehmer, ac(i. 
r.WimamSqalri,*«a€</... 
John Charles Sweny .... 
Walter Rice Olivey .... 
r. Francis Gordon Hlbbert 
Mai. Potter Macqueen • 
r. Henry Auburey Bond 
r. Thomas Thomhill Lane 
r. Lloyd Henry Thomas 
Charles Goddard Dewell 
Alex. CnnninKham Bmce 

Henry Wood 

James Henry Dobie .... 
Henry William Gregg . . 

Ensigns. 
William Rust D'£ye.. .. 
Robert Macpherson .... 
r. Tho. Erskin Arthur Hall 
Gardiner Boyd Blackall 
Wm. Prescod Gumey . 
Walter Overbeck Wade 
Henry Edward Glass. . . 
John Edward Barton. . . 

Thomas Green 

James Blagg 



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P 30 Mar. 

21 Dec. 

22 July 
6 June 

19 Dee. 
P 22 Feb. 
P 31 Dec. 
P 12 Oct. 
P 6 Oct. 
p 9 Jan. 
P 16 Feb. 
P 16 Mar. 



39 Apr. 47 
P 6 Nov. 47 

1 Aug. 48 
P 11 May 49 
P 12 Dec. 60 
P 14 Feb. 61 

6 Apr. 61 
P 18 Apr. 61 

4 Apr. 61 
PlOAug. 61 
P 17 Oct. 61 

8 June 62 
P 18 June 62 
P 17 Aug. 62 
P2] Sept. 62 
P 21 Jan. 63 

P 13 May 63 
P 14 May 63 

2 Sept 63 
P 10 Feb. 64 
P 17 Feb. 64 

10 Mar. 64 
P 17 Mar. 64 
P 19 May 64 
P 1 Sept 64 
P 10 Nov. 64 



LIEUT. 



P 13 June 36 
P 13 Nov. 86 

18 Aug. 14 
Pll May 38 
P 12 July 89 
P 12 Oct 41 
P 13 Oct 43 

13 Jan. 46 
P 6 Dee. 60 

80 Dec. 60 
P 14 Oct. 61 

21 May 62 



P28 Dee. 49 

16 Aug. 60 

6 Dec. 60 

P 8 July 61 

P 24 Aug. 62 

P 29 Oct 62 

P23 Nov. 63 

P 23 Apr. 68 

24 Aug. 63 

1 Jan. 64 

P 17 Feb. 64 

P 10 Mar. 64 

P17 Mar. 64 

P 19 May 64 

P 1 Sept 64 

P 10 Nov. 64 



CAPTAIN. BREV.-MA/ 



P 23 Feb. 89 
P 2 July 41 

10 Oct 88 
8 July 43 

19 May 46 
P20April49 
P 4 May 49 

28 Apr. 62 
P17 Feb. 64 
P 12 Ma| 64 
P 1 Sept64 
P 10 Nov. 64 



16 Sept 48 
26 Feb. 62 
11 Nov. 61 
SO June 64 



S LienL-Col. Ttfboiwitb wu 
nomioated a OB. for hUtcrriec* In 
the lUfflr War. 

10 Captain Cochrane aerred with 
Che out In the opcratioiu afalntt 
the KaSIr Tkibea, Cape of Good 
Hope, and was aeTerrl) wounded 
(■hot tbrouirh the body andtelthand. 
and eonuiaed in the rrou\ on the 
ISth April 184ft, when rovvrinc Uie 
rear of Colonel Somerwt* dirUioo 
darter the rctfeatft-oni the Amatoli 
Moaotalna to Bloek Drift. 

10 Sarfeon Murphy aerred with 
the Mth Regt. during the BurmeM 
War of 186S-M. and waa present at 
the takbiff of Prone t «1m> preicnt 
as Staff Burfeoo to the Ben«al 
diTition with Sir i. Che^pe*! force 
at Donabew. and wounded in tho 
attaek on the enemy*! stockade on 
the 19lh March 1S6S. 

4 Lt..Co1. Vorhes reeeired the Brrrel rink of Lt.« 
Col. for hia aorvloes in the Kafflr War. 

5 MiOor Scott aerred throoghont tho Kaflr War of 
184<-7 S part of the aame as Deputy Aaabtant Quarter 
Master General to the 1st Ditiakm. 

. 16 Ucut. Sqotrl, prior to entering the^rttfsh Army, 
senred as a Lieutenant in tho Austrian service under 
aad«ukf In the campaign of 184M-9, and w4s present 
at tho baCUes of Meatatra and Novam (wouttdcd), and 
suhsequontly at the alego of Loghom. 



Poymof^erw— G.Had.Dalrymple,81 Jan. 40 5 ^lu.PflNov. 26; Xini^ 6 Dec. 27. 
AdIjutanU. — Lieut, Frederick Boehmer^ 1 Aug. 48. 

r. Lieut, William Squirl, 19 May 64. 
Quarftr-Af a#eer#.— William Blackburne, 1 Aug. 48; EnM. 20 Oct 46. 

r. James Paterson, 1 Oct. 47. 
Surgeons. — r. William Arden, 25 July 61 ; Aesiet. Surg. 9 April 41. 

Miah WUliam Murphy.** 28 March 64 ; Aeeiet. Surg. 32 July 42. 
Asiiet.'Surge.--^. John Nial, 13 April 62. 
Robert Watson, 24 May 64. 
Faeinge Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Barron & Smith. 



1 GoBrral Gordon haa reoolTed tho gold medal and one clasp for Martinique and Ouadaloupe. 

S Colonel Campbell commanded the Infkntry force which formed part of the esprdilion agatanttho Insurgent Boers, 
beyond the Orange Rlrer. bouth Africa, in April I84A ^ and he commanded the Rrsrrre Battalion. 9Ut Regt., throurbout the 
nhole of the Kalllr war of 1S46-7 and was specially mentioned in Colonel Somerset's despatches of the 17th and 18th April 
1B46, as also in Lieut.-OcB. Sir George Berkeley's General Order of the 17th Dec 1847» as haTing conducted and eomv^ 
no of tho columns of attack against the chief Sandllli, which concluded the war. 

la Llent. Crampton was daagorously wounded la tho action with tho Robel Boers at Boon Plaala, 



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■'X01l01IT-OP.ai"«»*' ItANDOBA'-flM Mm, ultb tbit voida «* BOTPT*-" COEVtfNA*-'' ^UBMTto D'OK0«» 
— ^ ALMABAZ"-^ VITPOtiA--" PIBMrBBr*-^ NIVB"— * OBTHB V— « PBKINSUI^"-" WATBBLOO." 

CoUmeL-^9 Sir William Macbean/ KCB. JfffM. 30Feb. 1706; Lt. 1 Oct. 96; 

Capt. 86 Oct. 04; Mttfar, 16 Feb. 00; Lt.-CoU 90 May, 11 ; CoL 19 July, 

81 ; Mqfor-Gen. 88 July 30; Lt.'Gen. 83 Nor. 41 ; Oem. 80 Jane 64 ; CoL 

98ndF.dlMay,43. 
Xteu^-Colofwl.— Mark Kerr Atherley, Ent. p88 Aug. 83 ; Lt.9 13 Aug. 86 ; 

Capt. P86 Not. 88; Brec.'Mqjitr^ 83 Not. 41 ; Mn^. 9 Not. 46; Lt.^Cal. 

P83NOT.49; C<^. 88 Not. 64. 
iir<{;0r#.— Geo. Bdw. Thorold, Bnt. 84 June 84 ; X#. p 9 June, 85 ; Capt. p 10 
Sept 86; Brev.^Mqf. 33 Not. 41 ; Mt^'A Not. 42; Brev.^Lt.-Col, 11 Not. 61. 
Archibald luglia Lockhart, Em. p 31 Dec. 88 ; JAeut. p 11 June, 30 ; Capt. p 19 

Aug. 36 ; Br.'-Mqj. 9 Not. 46 ; Mgj. p 83 Not. 49 ; Bt. LU-Col. 80 June 54, 



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Captains. 
Rb.Macleod Sutherland . . 
Ken.DouglasMackenxie't. 
Bdward Eldridge Haines 
Cha. Edw. Stuart Qleig. . 
Chris. Monteith Hamilton 
William Charles Lyon 

Forbes Macbean 

Arthur Welling. Cameron 
BobertBethune,#. 
AlastairM<IanM<Donald'# 
Robert Cairaes Bruce 
DaTid Holland Erskine 

LZBUTBNANTS. 

John Henry St. John 
DonaldPat.Campbell,<u{/. 

Gibson Stott 

Edw. C. B. Elphinstone^f. 
Clifford Parsons, d. pm* 
John Alan McDonald, 9. . . 
Wm. DaTid InTerarity . . 
Charles Greenhill, d. a4f. 
J.A.WellesleyLeith.... 

Maunsel Mecham 

George Hubert Parker . . 
William Humphreys • . • « 
John Thomas £?ans .... 

Lionel Holmes 

William Farquharson . . 

Ensions. 
Wm. Edwall Newall .... 
John Edward Allen • • • . 
Henry Ritchie Walkce. . 
Hon. Arthur Annesley . • 
Percy Feilding Gooch .. 
Theodore Gordon 



BNSION. 



85 Dec. 83 

P 86 Not. 31 

P86June35 

1 June 41 

P 3 Feb. 43 

16 July 41 
P 87 Sept. 44 
6 Dee. 44 
P 17 Jan. 45 
P 87 Mar. 46 
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P13NOT.47 
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Pl6Aug.60 
P 17 Sept. 60 
P13 Dec 60 
P33 Apr. 58 
P 17 Dec. 68 
P 81 Jan. 63 
P 88 Jan. 63 
Pll Mar. 53 
P 18 Apr. 51 
P 88 Apr. 63 



LIBUT. 



7 Aug. 84 
P 19 Aug. 36 
P 1 Feb. 39 
P 84 June 48 
P 87 Sept. 44 
P87Jan. 43 
P 8 Aug. 45 
P 87 Mar. 46 
P 3 Apr. 46 
P 13 Not. 47 

8 Apr. 48 
P 9 Mar. 49 

P8d Not. 49 
P 10 Sept. 50 
P 83 Apr. 68 
P 14 Sept. 68 
P 10 Dec. 58 
P 14 Jan. 63 
P 18 Mar. 63 
P88Apr. 53 
P89Apr. 53 
P 4 Not. 53 
P 14 April 64 
6 June 64 
6 June 64 
P84Mar.54 
86 Oct. 64 



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6 Oct 41 
P87Sept.44 
P 3 Apr. 46 

9 Not. 
P 18 Not. 
P 88 Jan. 
P 8 Aug. 
P88 Jan. 
P 18 Mar. 

6 June 64{ 

4 Feb. 53 
86 Oct. 541 



80 June 54 
13 Dec 64 



18 Dec 64 



8 Mi^or Maekenste Mirad 
the Eutcni campaifn of 18M 
M a Bricad».M^|or In theliyht 
DiTltion, Includlag the btttlas 
of the Alma and Inkemian, 
and siege of Sebaitopol. 

3 M^lor M'Donald eenred the 
Eaitera campaign of 1854 as 
Aide-de-Camp to Uen. Penne- 
Ihther, indnding the battlee of 
the Alma (tererelx woanded) 
aod Inkennan (tererelj' 
wounded), and alege of Be- 
bastopol. 



P18May 53 

PIS May 53 

P 14 May 53 

P 4 Not. 63 

P 14 April 64 

P89Sept.64 
Paymaster.—noh. Wm. Dnfl;i9 Jan. 49; JEm. P80 June 46 ; Lt. p9 June 46. 
Adljutant.^IAout. Donald Patrick Campbell, 88 Jan.58. 
Quaf^er-ilfar^er.— Donald McQueen 6 Dec. 44; JSn«.l4NoT. 41. 
^tir^mm.— DaTid Stewart/ 7 Jan. 63 ; Asritt.-Surg. 3 Dec. 41. 
Assittant'Surgeom. — Charles Robert Robinson, 18 Not. 47. 

Alexander Grier, M.D., 83 Oct. 58. 
fVicin^Tellow.— ^^eiite,Me88rs.Coz Sc Co.^IrUh AgentSyHLeatn. Cane k Sons. 

1 8ir Wm.llacbean terred the campaign of 1794 in Holland, ai a Cadet in the eerrloeof the Seven United 
pfOTlnoet. Serred in Ireland, during the rebellion, in 1706, including the action at Tinegar HiU and capture 
of Wexford. Landed with the army in Portugal in Aug. 1806, and serred throughout the Peninsular war, in- 
cluding the battles of Bolela, Timlera, Comnna, Busaoo, and Salamanca; siege, assault, and capture of San 
Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, batUes of the NlTelle and NiTe, and luTestment of B«ronne, at which 
last he was sereretf woanded, as also in opposing a French dlrision on iu adtance to Lamego, in 1610. 
Serred also In the war in Atu. Sir William has reoeiTed the gold cross for Busaco, Salamanca San Sebastian, 
and the NiTe; and the silver War Medal and four clasps for Soleia, VImiera, Comnna, and NlTelle. 

A iuigcoa Stewantenred with the 4Ut ta Afl^hmlttin la IStt. and wu prtMBt la tht cngatctttati of the lOch Anff. 
at GoeiM. and the 5th Sept. before Ohnaaee, the ocevpetkm and deMnietlon of that fortrcea, aod of Cabool, aad the Taiiooa 
aalaor aflUn la aad between tbe Bolaa and Kb7ber Paaaei (Medal). He eerrcd alao with the Slit duriof the earn. 
fsiga oa the SaUcj (Medal and Claep) aad was preeeat la tbe batttos of Moedkee and Penseehata, in which last hie berso 
was seveiely woanded ander him by the borsttar of one of the caenj*! shelU. He was In mmllcal chaifeof the ngtmng 
darlnff the two emaffacnte. Dr. Orahan. Sth Pool, in leaipoiary efaarie, hariitf u seifed a nwctal wooad iheeay after 
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00 ; CapU 7 March 05; Jtf4/.27 Oct. 10 ; Lt.-CoL 18 June 16; Col. 10 Jan. 

37 • Mai-Gen. 9 Noy. 46 ; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 54 ; CoL 93rd Regt. 10 Dec. 52. 
£i«i/.-Co&fieZ.-' William Bernard AinsUe,' Bns.92% Sept. 30; Lieut. p24 

Noy. 85 : Capt. P29 Sept. 37 ; JtfVyVw, Pi Oct. 50 ; Lieut. -Col. p 21 Oct 63. 
ilf«or*.— Alex. SebasUan Leith Hay, Ene. p25 Dec. 35 ; Ueut. p26 Apr. 39; 

Capt. P 81 Mar. 48; Major, p21 Oct. 63. 
Charles Henry Gordon, JB?itf.P24 Nov. 35; Xi*M*. p28 July 38; Cfli>*.Pl3 

May 42 ; Brev.-Mqj. 20 June 54; Mt^or^ 10 Oct 54. 
John Alexander Ewart, e. Em. 27 July 38 ; Lietd. 15 April 42 ; Capt. Pl2 May 

48 ; Brev. Mc^. 12 Dec. 54 ; Mqjor, 29 Dec. 54. 



Captains. 
J. AnstrutherMcGowan' 

Colin Maxwell 

Robert Lockhart Ross 
George Cornwall ... 
//<mAug.MurrayCathcart 
Wm. G. Alex. Middleton 

Alexander Young 

Wm. Donald Macdonald ^ 
James Dalz€llw.^.. 
Fred. William Burroughs 
W.G. Drummond Stewart 
SomersetMolyneuxClarke 
E. S.Fra. Geo. Dawson^ . . 
Mark George Sprot .... 

L1BUTBMANT8. 
ReginaldStewartWilliams 
Edward Aug. Stotherd . . 

Robert Crowe 

James Wemyss ...«.•.. 
Charles Wm. M'Donald 
Wm. Salisbury Ewart . . 
James Menzies Clayhills 
Richard Augustus Cooper 

Edward Welch 

Edward Alfred Ball •• . . 
Franklin Knight Kirby . • 

WUllamM'Bean 

Rolland V. S. Grhnston. . 

Archibald Butter 

Ensigns. 
Henry Campbell Stirling 
Ewen H. D. Macpherson 
Arthur C. Nightingale . 
Maxwell Wither Hyslop 



BNBIQN. 



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P 26 Apr. 39 
P 15 Dec. 40 
P 8 July 36 
25 Sept. 46 

24 July 46 
P 2 Oct. 46 
P 4 June 47 
P 11 Feb. 48 
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2 June 48 
P 23 Noy. 49 

25 Noy. 45 
P 15 Oct 50 

17 Jan. 51 

7 Feb. 51 
P17 May 51 
P21 Nov. 51 

16 Apr. 52 

9 July 52 

P23NOV. 52 

8 July 53 
10 Mar. 54 

6 June 54 
16 June 54 

10 Aug. 54 

11 Aug. 54 
P 11 Aug. 54 

15 Sept 64 
P 3 Nov. 54 
PIONOY. 54 
P 8 Dec. 54 



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4 Mar. 42 
P27 Sept 42 
27 June 45 
P 9 Mar. 38 
P 21 July 48 
P 3 Aug. 49 
P 19 Oct 49 
P 1 Oct 50 

7 Feb. 51 
P23Sept51 

21 Feb. 52 
P 5 Mar. 52 

11 June 52 
P 15 Oct 52 

P 21 Oct. 53 
4 Feb. 64 

20 May 54 
6 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

P 11 Aug. 64 

13 Aug. 54 

21 Sept 54 
10 Oct. 54 

P 3 Nov. 54 
PlONoY. 64 

8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 



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P81 Dec. 47 

P 5 Mar. 52 

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Pas^Tiku^^r.— Stephen Bkke, 26 Jan. 49; Ens. P 4 Oct. 44 ; Lieut, p 21 July 46. 
Ai^utant. — Ideut. \ 

Quarter- Jlfa«f«r.—-Donald Sinclair, 22 March, 44. 
Surgeon. — ^Wm. Munro,^ M.D. 5 May 64 ; Assitt.'-Surg. 6 Dec. 44. 
Attist.'Surgeone.—y^Wham Sinclair, 2 Sept 53. 
Robert Menzies, 24 Feb. 54 
WUliam Henry Pollard, 7 April 64. 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Charles Hopkinson and Co. 

1 Ltodt-GeiMna Parkinson serted in Jamaica with the SOth Dragoons from 1708 till July 1809. In J809 
h» ezehangwl as a CapUtn into the 88rd Foot, and embarked the same year to Join that Regt. In India, 
from whence he accompanied as Deputy Adjutant- General the expedition which captured the Island of 
Booflion In 1810. Proceeded wiih the SSrd to Stralsund In Pomerania In 181S ; and f^om thence to 
Uuttaad io 1614 ; was present at the attack on Menem and bombardment of Antwerp, and commanded 
the reft at the Horming of Berg en*op«Zoom, where he reoeired a serere contosion. Served also the cam- 
paign of 1815 and wae severely wounded at Qnatre Bras. 

S Lt-Col. Ainslie commanded the 9Srd Highlanders thronghout the Eastern campaign of 1864, la* 
elodiof the battles of the Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Bebastopol. 

a Captain McOowan served with the 40th throughout the operations In Candabar and Afrghanisftan in 1841 
and 1843 (Medal), and was severely wounded at Oundamuck. He was also present at the battle of 
Mahar^lpote SOth Dec. 1848 (Medal). 

4 Cape Dawson served In the.4Ath Uie Kaffir campain of 1840-7 ; und that of 1851-2. 

5 Doctor Mnnroierved in the 91st Regt during the whole of the Kaffir war of 1846-7. 

6 Capcala Kaodonald served the Bastern campaign of 1894 as Provost Marshal, Ineluding the battte of 
* 1^ of Sebsstopol. 

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CMonel.— 9 Him, Henry Bdwaid Bntier,i JSrif. 15 Feb. 00; Lt. 21 Jane 00; 

Capt.^ Maj 04 ; Mqfor, 30 May 11 ; Lt.-Col. 4 Jnly 16 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; 

Mqjor^Qen, 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.'Gen. 20 Jane 54 ; Col, 94th Foot, 25 July 54. 
Xmu^-CoZ.— John Leslie Dennis,* JSru, 25 Apr. 28; Lieut. 22 Sept. 30; Capt. 

17 May 41 ; Mqj. p29Nov.44; ^r.-X^-Col. 2 Aug.50; X^-Co/.29Dec.54. 
Mqjors. — Henry George Bailer, JSns. p 26 Jane 35 ; Lieut, p 8 June 38 ; Capt, 

5 June 44; Mqjor, 1 July 54. 
Wm. Henry Kirby, Em, 14 Oct. 36 ; Lieut, P28 Dec. 38 ; Capt, 7 Dec. 45 ; 

Mqj, 29 Dec. 54. 



Captainb. 
William Henry Dore .... 
Septimus Lyster* ••••.. 
Edward Smyth Mercer. . 
Joseph Alfred Sykes .... 

Adam Campbell 

Godfrey Rhodes' 

Haydon Lloyd Cafe .... 
Alexander Maclean .... 

Gilbert Mahon 

Wm. West James Bruce" 
Justin E. D. MacCarthy 
Henry Hamilton Pratt . . 

LlBUTBNAHTB. 

James Buchanan 

Norcliffe BendysheWalton 
David Hunter Blair, s. . • 
Rice Davies Knight .... 
Richard Hull Lewis". . . . 
M.L.yamham Reynolds 
Charles William St. John 
Rich.Baphael Meade,ii4; 
OsmondDeLanceyPriaulx 
Robert A. Boothby Tod . . 

John Murray 

Sydenham Malthas .... 
William Plumer Gaskell 
George Lake Hedley • • . . 

Ensigns. 
Wm. Edmondes Harness 
Josiah Robert Rolls .... 



ENSIGN. 



P 8 Dec. 37 
P28 Dec. 38 
P 6 Mar. 35 
P31 Dec. 41 
19 April 36 
P 19 Mar. 41 
P27 Sept. 44 

15 Mar. 39 
P 9 Nov. 38 

25 Apr. 48 

16 Dec. 40 
P25 June44 



20 Avg. 44 
22 Nov. 44 

P 4Apr. 45 
P 25 Apr. 45 

29 Dec. 46 
2 Sept. 45 

11 Feb. 48 

P 6 Oct. 48 

4 Apr. 49 

30 Nov. 49 
p 17 Jan. 51 
P24 Feb. 52 

21 Sept. 52 
P 12 Oct. 52 



15 Sept 54 
P 29 Dec. 54 



P 27 Sept. 39 

18 Aug, 41 
P 11 Jane 36 

2 Aug. 44 

19 Feb. 38 
P25 Jane44 
P 9 Dec. 45 
P 28 Jan. 42 

24 July 41 

P 3Aag.49 

29 Mar. 44 

9 Nov. 46 



CAPTAIN. BREY.-MAJ. 



17 Dec. 46 
P 6 Oct. 48 

23 Mar. 49 
P 13 Apr. 49 

22 Aug. 49 

P 20 July 40 

P28 Deo. 49 

P 23 July 52 

1 July 54 

29 July 53 

20 Dec. 54 
P29Dec.54 



t LCOol. Deimlt Mrrtd wifh 
tbe 49tii in Chisa (Medal), md vas 
praMot atChaaan (both opmtioos). 
Canton, and Amoj ; alter whieh 
ha was wnployad a* aalUtary 
■Uflstnte at Ctawan. In Anr. 
1849 a determined and deapcrate 
band of Inrarf ent tenatlet harinv 
defeated a nailTO fbree whleh bad 
been marchad against theB^ kllUac 
a Buropean efllccr and sereral 
SepoTS, Mijer Dennis, with a fbre* 
eooslstlnf of the Grenadier con- 
pany of the 94tb and 100 Sepoys of 
the aoth Madras Native Infbalryr. 
eneonnteved them at a Paffoda ne^r 



25 Aug. 47 
P17 Dec. 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 
P25Feb. 48 
P 3 Mar. 48 
P 10 Mar. 48 
P 6 Oct. 48 

6 Oct. 5] 

4 Oct. 52 
1 July 54 

21 July 54 

11 Aug. 54 

29 Dec. 54 
P29Dec. 54 

On the approach of oar troops tbc«« 
madmen, amed with matchlocks, spears, swords, and 
war knlTss, rushed out npon the detachment, and m 
sanguinary conflict ensued, tevmlnatlng to the de> 
structlon of the entire Mopla band, 64 In number* 
three of whom were killed by Mijor Dennis, who rp> 
eelTcd a contusion on the chest and a Ibw slight 
wooads. 

Paymaster.—UeBTj John Wahab, 8 Dec. 54 ; Bns, P22 May 40 ; Li, p 16 Aa^* 
42; Capt.%\ July 54. 

7 il47tf^an^.—Xitfti^ Richard Raphael Meade, 23 July 52. 

8 Quar^er-itfa#^«r.— Thomas FltzGerald, 23 Jan. 47. 
19 ^ur^eon.— Patrick Gammle,^ 2 Mar. 47 ', Amit,'Surg. 17 Jane 36. 

7 Atsist,' Surgeon, — Andrew Acres Stoney, 22 Dec. 48. 

i^ocin^f Green. — Agents^ Messrs. Barron & Smith. 
[Returned from Madras, 4 July 54.] 

1 Lt-Oeneral the Hon. H. E. Butler Mrved the Egyptian campaign of 1801, with the find battalion of 
of the 97th, including the battlet of the 18th and 21 it March, and has received the Gold Medal fW>m the 
Grand Seignior. Senred also with the Portuguese army In 1810 and 1811, and wai wonnded at the Imttlo 
of Busaco. He hat reoeiTed the War Medal with two Clasps for Egypt and Botaco. 

4 Oapt. Lytter lerred in the War of Suceenion In Spain as Lieut, of Infantry, and was preaent In the 
operations before San Sebastian, and was severely wounded through the body in the attack upon the fortilled 
heights of Arambura near Hemanl. 

6 Captsin Rhodes serred nearly Atc months on the staff of the Spanish General Prim In Turkey, and 
was present among the batteries on the south bank of the Danube during the battle of ^Itenltsa on the 
4th Not. 1858. Subsequently he accompanied three sorties of Turkish Cavalry from the Quarantine In- 
trenchmenu on the north bank, which drove back the Russian Cossacks into the village of Oltenllaa. On 
the 12th Nov. he was present in the tete-de-pont when the Russians bombarded that position. For these 
services the Queen of Spain nominated him a Chevalier of the Order of Isabel la Catollea. 

e Capt. Bruce served with the 74th throughout the KaiBr war of 18A1.M, and was wounded on the S0th 
June 1881. 

8 Uent. Lewis serrad with the Grmsdier Compsii; of the 94th in the aetlon with sad dettraetioB of a dsspsmla band 
of iuurgent fknatlet •tTeemuuuun CoonetU>i in Malabw. 

9 Surgeon Oammie served the Sutlel campaign of 1848-6 (Medal and Clasps); was prweat with the 80th 
Begt. at the battlet of Moodkee and F^roMthah; tad in medical efaane of the 81st at Biiddiwal« AUwal. 
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Colonel.-''^ Sir Francis Cockburn,* JEns. 16 Oct. 00 ; Xdeut. 6 April 08 ; Capt. 

3 March, 04) Mqf. 27 June 11 ; Lieut.-Col, 27 Oct. 14 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; 

JHqjar-Gen, 9 Noy, 40 ; Lt-Gen. 20 Jane 64; Col. 96th Foot, 26 Dec. 63. 
LUta.'ColoneL—JBmeB Webber Smith,* Bru, p 11 July 26; Lieut, t- 26 Dec. 

86; Capt. p 7 Sept. 38 ; Mqjor^PU Dec. 49; Lieut.-Col. p 24 Dec 62, 
Jlf<|/or*.— HenryHume,»^n#.P9May36: Xiew^Pl Dec. 37; Cao^ p 19 Jan. 

44; Mqfor, p 24 Dec. 62 ; Brevet U.-Col. 12 Dec. 64. 
Am-ed Thomas Heyland,* Ent. p4 Apr. 38 ; Ueut. p8 July 36 ; Capt. p 13 Dec. 

42 ; Breo.'M{^. 20 June 64; Mqj&r, 1 Dec 64. 
John Fitz Thomas Dennis, Bns, p4 Aug. 37 ; Lieut. P80 Oct. 88 : Capt. p 26 Not. 

46; if <tfor, 29 Dec. 64. 



Captains. 
Thomas Dayls^ . . . 
Vincent Wing' ... 
Julius Aug. RobertRainee' 
George Courtenay Viidls' 
John Neptune Sargent' . . 

Lionel Fraser 

Hon. Eyre C. H. Maasey 
Hon. Edward S. Plunkett 
Edward Spicer Charlton 

Henry Foster 

Charles Henry Martin . . 
AlexJJ.Macdonald,» .. 

Anthony Morgan 

Geo.LynedochCarmichael 
Frederick James Taylor 

LiBUTBNAKTS. 

George Brown 

Robert Garrard <^ . . . . 
Frederick Henry Dymock 
Edmund Davidson Smith" 
Philip Savage Alcock . 
William Braybrooke' . • . 

Evelyn Basalgette' 

WilUamHUl 

Basil Charles Boothby " . . 
Francis Geo. C. Probart 
Jas. H. Langford Brooke'*' 
Jonathan Bienison . . 

Robert Wield 

Ensions. 
JohnWm.Ingli8Stockwe11 
Charles Fred. Parkinson 
John North Crealock . . 

George Robertson 

Hon. Cha8.M. Hay Forbes 

John Budgen 

Robert M. B. Maurice 
Norton Enatchbull . . 



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20 May 42 
P 12 July 44 

28 Jan. 42 
P 20 Jan. 43 
P 19 Jan. 44 

24 Nov. 43 
P 8 Oct. 47 
P 17 June 36 

23 Mar. 44 1 
P26NOV. 46 

27 Apr. 46 

23 Apr. 47 

P 7 May 47 

P 16 Dec. 48 

P 18 Apr, 61 

16 May 61 
P 14 May 52 
21 Sept. 62 
P 22 Apr. 63 
P 12 Mar. 60 
P 23 Apr. 63 
P 13 May 63 

20 May 63 
P 2 Sept. 63 

18 Nov. 63 
P 10 June 63 

6 June 64 

10 Aug. 64 



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P 2 Feb. 44 

P 2 Sept. 46 

6 April 44 

P22 May 46 

Pll Sept. 46 

P 7 May 47 

P 21 Nov. 61 

P 11 May 41 

P 8 Mar. 48 

9 June 48 

24 Jan. 61 

11 Nov. 61 

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18 Nov. 63 

18 Nov. 68 

6 June 64 

6 June 64 

P 14 Sept. 62 

21 Sept. 64 

21 Sept. 64. 

21 Sept. 641 

21 Sept. 64 

21 Sept. 64 

1 Dec. 64 

8 Dec. 64 

8 Dec 64 



BKRV.-MAJ. 



P 3 Mar. 48 12 Dec 64 
P 18 May 49 
P 13 Apr, 62 
P26 Mar. 63 
18 Nov. 68 

6 June 64 
P 14 Jan. 68 

7 Mar. 61 
21 Sept. 64 
21 Sept 64 

1 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec. 64 
29 Dec 64 
29 Dec 64 



7 Captains Wing and Sar- 

Kt, Lleutt. Braybrooke and 
a]gttte,were wounded at the 
Alma. 

8 Captain Vialls was wounded 
at Inkennaa. 

D Capt Macdonaldwu slightly 
wounded at the Alma, and dan- 
gerously wounded at Inkennan . 

10 Lts. Oarrard and Brooke 
were slightly wounded at the 



11 Lt. Boothby was seyerely 
wounded at the Alma (foot 
amputated). 



[May 44 ; Capt. 6 June 54. 
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1 JohnWm.Ingli8Stockwe11 11 Aug. 64 
1 Charles Fred. Parkuison 21 Sept. 64 
1 John North Crealock ..p 13 Oct. 64 

4 George Robertson p 17 June 61 

1 Hon. Cha8.M. Hay Forbes 20 Jan. 64 

1 John Budgen 3 Nov. 64 

1 Robert M. B. Maurice • . 4 Nov. 64 
1 Norton Enatchbull .... 29 Dec. 64 
18 Paymoiter.-^BAmn Robt. Wethered, 30 June 64 ; Ene, p 6 Aug. '42 ; 
A tgutaht. — Lieut, 

1 Quarter-Af ^0r.--John Campbell, 7 April 64, 

Surgeon,--^ 

2 AsHstant'Surgeons. — Robert Ferguson, 1 April 68. 
8 John Clarke, 18 Dec. 68. 

1 George Money Swinhoe, 28 April 64 
Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Price & BonstMd. 

1 Sir F^raads Cockbum lenredin South America In 1807} in the Peninsula in ISOO and 1810; and la 
Gaaada from 1811 to 1814. 

S Lieut-Colonel Smith serred the campaign In April 1884, against the RiO«h of Ooorg, with the 48tli 
Reft., and was wounded. Commanded the wth Regiment at the battle of the Alma (sererely wounded). 

S U.-C0L Hnme senred the Eastern campaign of 1864 with the 06th, including the battles of the Alma 
(wonaded) sad Inkerman (wounded), ana siege of Sebastopol. He succeeded to the command of the 
BestBent at lakenaaa, sad reeelved the hreTet rank of Lieut.-Colone]. 

4 Ma|er Hejlandwae severely wounded at the battle of the Alma (arm amputated). 

a Major DsTit eerred the Bastera campaign of 1864 with the 86th, Ineluding the battles of the Alma and 
l a l aiaian (soeeeedad to the oommand of the Regt., andreoalTed hteretrank of Major), and ilega of Sehutopol. 

• O i H sii BalBM aad Ueat. AaUh wwt wouadsd bcftna Ssbaalopol la Ost 1864. 

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Yearf'Sflrr. Colonel-^^ Charfcs Bdward Conyerg,* CB. Ens. 13 Sept 04; Lt. 2 Sept. 96 j 

Cop^ 26 June, 03; Mqjor, 16 Feb. 00; Zt.-Col 3 March, 14; CoZ. 10 Jan. 

37 ; Mcffor-Gen. 9 Not. 46 ; Lt,'Oen. 20 JaDe64 ; Col. 06th Foot, 11 Feb. 52. 
Lt.'CoU, — Charles Brownlow Cumberland, Ens. p21 Dec. 20; X^. p 15 Oct. 25 ; 

Cop^PlO June, 26; jr<(;.P10Sept.d4; X^-Co/.p22 July,42; Co/. 20 June 54. 
Thomas Maitland Wilson, Ens. p 15 Apr. 24 ; Lieut. P 13 May 26 ; Capt. p 23 

Dec. 31 ; Brev.-Jliqf. 9 Nov. 46 ; Aft^or, 18 Aug. 48 ; Lt.^CoU P 15 June 49 : 

Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
Jtf4;0r«.— John Snodgrass, Ens. 13 Dec. 33; Lieui. 1 Dec. 36; Capt. p15 

Dec. 40 ; Mqjor, p 15 June 49. 
Edward Hill, Ens. P29 Dec. 32; Lieut, p 23 June 37; Capt. P27 July 38 ; 

Brev.'Major, 11 Nov. 51 ; Mcjjor, p 9 July 52. 



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Captains. 
Edward W. Scovell .... 
Bdward Regan Gregg' .. 
Richard Roundell Currer 
Edward Croker*. ....... 

Frederick Pierce 

Robert Mounsey Lambert 

Richard Boney 

Hon. Fred. B. Pakenham 
Henry B. Harrison Rodu 
R. F. W. Cumberland . . 
Herbert Vaughan Mundell 
Arthur Henry C. Snow 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

Geo. Fred. Campbell Bray 
James Henry Archer* . . 
John Salmon Gordon . • 
Jolm Smith Cannon, r.. . 

John Whiteside* 

Christophilus Garstiu' .. 
B. D. Justin Mac Carthy 
Wm. Munnings Lees, A^f' 

Octavius Lowry 

Patrick James John Grant 

Charles Anderson 

James Wm. S. Moifatt . . 
George B. Cumberland . . 
George Henry Cochrane 

Patrick Hunter 

Ensiovs. 
James Buchanan Kirk • . 

John Robert Day 

James Briggs 

JohnWbitty 

Robert ThomasThompson 

Francis Pike 

George Irwin Thompson 



29 Dec. 35 
6 Apr. 26 

16 Sept. 36 

4 Mar. 36 

PlSAug. 38 

P 29 Jan. 41 

P 14 Sept. 38 

8 Feb. 42 

P 10 Dec. 47 

20 May 42 

2 Nov. 40 

30 Dec. 45 

22 Mar. 44 

P 15 Dec. 40 

30 July 44 

28 Jan. 42 

.19 Dec. 45 

P 27 Jan. 43 

P 2Sept. 45 

P 14 Apr. 46 

2 Oct. 
14 Apr 

P 20 Oct. 

3 Nov. 
P 13 Aug. 47 

2 Aug. 48 
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P 17 Oct 51 
P 13 Feb. 52 

13 Feb. 52 
P 15 Oct. 52 

11 Mar. 53 
P 22 Apr. 53 

19 Aug. 53 



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28 Sept. 27 

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P 17 Nov. 37 

P 29 Jan. 41 

P 13 Dec. 42 

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P20Oct. 46 

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P 25 Nov. 45 

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27 Jan. 46 
P 22 Dec. 43 
P 20 Mar. 46 

14 Apr. 46 
P 12 Nov. 47 
18 Aug. 48 
18 Aug. 48 
18 Aug. 48 

28 Oct. 48 
P28Apr. 48 

29 Dec. 48 
11 May 49 

P 15 June 49 

13 Dec 51 

P 6 July 52 



CAPTAIN. BRBV.-MAJ. 



P 13 Dec. 42 20 June 54 

20 Oct. 42 20 June 54 
P 20 Oct. 46 
P 19 Mar. 47 

18 Aug. 48 
Pits June 49 

16 July 50 
P 8 Oct. 50 
P 17 Aug. 52 

15 Mar. 53 

15 Mar. 53 

13 Dec. 53 

3 Mi^or OKf f Mnred with Ibm 
Mth throafhoat tht China opcdl- 
UoD, and was prMcal at the opera- 
tions befofe Canton, at the attnek 
on the lea batteries of Amoy and 
capture of the itronrl7 lortilod 
ftlaad of Qolottgao, mbtn, with « 
dctaehmcnt of tvelre men, he drom 
a large bod7 of the tnemj from « 
hattery. He wai abo at the defmcn 
of Nincpo, at ChapoOt Wooeonc. 
Shanrhae, Chin Kiaag Poo,Nanliia. 

4 Capt. Croker aerred at Aasiai. 
Quarter -Master- General la tho 
action at Zonvora near Knmool 
on the 18ih October, 189 1 and 
also in a Uke eapadty in the actio* 
at Mahar^pore. t9 Deeember ISa 
(Medal). 

, 6 Lt. Whiteside served throngh 
out the eampalfn under Oca. Pol. 
loek In Ailkhanbtan In IMS ( Medal) 
and that on the Sntm In I84».« 
(Medal), InclttdInt the battles of 
Moodkce,PcroMahah.and Sobnoo. 
6 Lient. Garstin serred with Hm 



Kawlti*s Pah at aaapekapeka. 
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Paymaster.—'9 Edwin Qriffitlu,^ ii Jan. 33 ;2YuiX^6 Jan. 13; Lt. 12Not.13 

A^jutant.^Lieut. William Mudnings Lees, 6 May 53. 

^iMir**r-Jifa**«-.— William Thotopson, 26 Ffelr. 48 . 

iSurpeon.*— Benjamin Swift, M.D., 13 Jan. '54 ; Assist.-Surg. 8 Apr. 42. 

Assistant'Stirgems.'-WiiMsm MacAndrel^, M.D., 6 Dec. 44. 

John Coghlan Haverty, 27 April 49. 

WUliam Holmes Jephson,i« M.D., 12 July 44. 
Facings Yellow. — Agent, Andrew Lawrie, Esq. 

I Ueat-flferal Coayers served three years and a half In the West Indies, and was entaged on serenl oecnsjeas, 
paxtlenlarlr la the Mlrebalols, at L'Ance k Yean, and at the siefe of Irels In St. Domingo In 17M. where ho waa 
arouaded while on the suff t during this siege, of three months duration, the garrlsoa lost more men than coaipoaed Ita 
original strength i commanded the remains of the 8Snd at the CTaeuation of this Island. Serred In an expedition to th« ' 
cooatof Pmaeo la ISOO, and subsequently in the Mediterranean uaUl 1801. From 1805 to 180B he serred througboat th«' 
Mediterrsaean, and in Egypt on the staff, and reeelTed a serere contusion there, having been at the attack ea Aleiawdrla, 
at the storming of Aosetta, and at the subsequent siege of that place. Serred in the Peninsula and Fraaee In 18IS and 
14, and la command of the SInd during the operatlOBS oa the Oare d'Oleroa, at Hastlngucs and Oyer le Gave, and wna 
•ererely wounded at the head of the regiment at Orthes, for whieh battle he has raeelred the gold medaL 

7 Paymaster Griflltbs srtTed the campaigns of 161S and 14 in the Peninsula. Serred also In the ABserieaa war, hMllmlli^ 
the capture of Washington, battle before Baltimore, the sereral operations on the eoast, the sereral attacks upon the aasmy*» 
linos before New Orleans, and taking of Fort Bowyer. la the batteries upon the bonks of the Mlssisalppl at the Vliomh^ 
ap of a maa-oCwar sehooner. 

8 Lt. Archer serred with the S4th Inthe Pui^aub eampaign, and was wounded in the batde of Chllliaawallah (Medal).' 
10 Dr. Jephson serred with the eist the Pu^Janb eampaign of 1848.S, and was prascnt at the passKC of the Chaaafeb •»< 

■tthebotUesof Sadoolapore, ChllUaawaUah, aad Goaiient (Medal awl Clasps). Hi ft nod SlM is m«lnl «tal|t OT fttt 
•r tht OOHi aaa SIM m^ io Ihf Boiotoyt eowtry waUt Utal..CoL Bndalww. 



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97 th ( The Earl of Ulster's) Regt. of Foot. 

*' Qudfas et gloria ducunt." 
Colonel.-^ Henry Adolphus Proctor,* CB. Ens. 14 Jan. 01 ; Lt. 25 Mar. 

02; Capt. 16 May 05; M(oar,90 April 12; Lt.-CoL 17 Sept. 14;-CoZ. 10 Jan. 

37 ; Mty.'Gen, 9 Nov. 46; Lt.-Gen. 20 June 54; Col, 97th Foot, 29 Nov. 52. 
LieiU.'Col.^'f Henry Fred. Lockyer,> KH., JSns. p 25 Mar. 13 ; Lt. 19 Jan. 14 ; 

Capt, P 20 June 22 ; Jlii^. p 12 June 35 ; Lt.-Col, 26 Oct. 41 ; Col, 11 Nov. 51. 
JIfqfors.'-'Hon, Henry Robert Handcock, Ens, 8 April 25; Lieut, p 20 Mar. 

27 ; Capt. p24 Feb. 32 ; Mt^'or, 14 Apr. 46 ; Bt. Lt.-Col. 20 June 54. 
Augustas Fred. Welsford, Ens, p24 Feb. 32; Lieui. p 25 July, 34 ; Capt. P 19 

Jan. 38 ; Mq^, p 7 June, 50. 
Robert ColvUl, Eii*.p27 Dec. 33; iwM/. p 10 Feb. 37 ; Capt. ^ 29 May 40; 

Srev.-Mqf, 11 Nov. 51 ; Mqj, 29 Dec. 54. 



Captaiks. 
Tho. Onslow W. Ingram 

Isaac Moore 

John Hntton ' 

Edmund Cornwall Legh 

Fowler Burton 

Chas. Raleigh Chichester 
Richd. F.Waldo Sibthorp> 
Septimus Moore Hawkins 
ArchilMdd Richard Harenc 

Thomas Venables 

Hedley S. J. Vicars .... 
Edward D. Harvest .... 
Charles Henry Lumley 
Henry George Woods .... 
Edward Kent Jones 
Wm. Richard Aimesley. . 

LlBUTBlTANTS. 

Hy. Batson Ram'sbottom 
Edward Alleyne Dawes . 
Osborne Barwell Cannon 
Matthew Brlnkley 
Ernest RandolphMackesy 
Robert Bethune Ingram 
Robt. Children Whitehead 
Douglas Alex. M'Gregoc 
Oeorge Berthon Preston 
Geo. Henry Hibbert Ware 
Fenton John Aylmer 
Reginald C. Goodenough 
Charles Henry Browne. . 
Eksions. 

HaleaWilkie . 

Wm. Henry Coape Gates 
William Derman ....-•• 

Robert Kyle Little 

James Hudson 
Paymaster, 



P13 May 36 

•20 Feb. 35 

27 April 82 

5 July 39 

P 30 Aug. 39 

31 Mar. 46 

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Pl5Apr. 42 

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22 Dec. 43 

17 Apr. 42 

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P 20 Oct. 40 
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P 6 Nov. 46 
P 14 Dec. 49 

20 Oct. 48 

P 14 July 50 

7 Oct 51 

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P 12 May 54 

6 June 54 

24 Feb. 54 
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11 Aug. 54 



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29 June 38 

28 Dec. 

15 Apr. 42 

15 Apr. 42 

P 1 Sept. 48 

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P30 Aug. 44 

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p 15 Apr. 42 

20 Feb. 44 

14 Apr. 46 

P 7 June 50 

P 14 June 50 

P 6 Dec. 50 

P 5 Mar. 47 

P 23 Dec. 53 

6 June 54 

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29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

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29 Dec. 54 

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P 25 Aug. 54 

22 Sept 54 

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3 Nov. 54 

Thomas Smith, 28 July 54 ; Ens. 28 May 47 ; Lieut. 2 Aug. 50. 

Adjjvtant, — Lieut, 

Quarter'JIfaster.^-jQhn Desmond, 12 June, 46. 
Surgeon, — Henry Downes, M.D. 19 Jan. 49; Assist, 'Surg. 1 Nov. 39. 
Assistant-Surgeons. — Joshua Henry Porter, 17 June, 53. 

Edward Malcolm Sinclair, M.D. 28 Mar. 54. 
Allen Bryson, M.D. 19 May 54. 
Facings Sky Blue. — Agent, Andrew Lawrie, Esq. 

1 Llc«t-0«n«r«] Proctor Mrred with the 83nd on the expedition to Walcheren, in 1800, and ^ru 
nt at the tiege of Flashing. Served alto at Gibraltar, Tarifa, and in the Peninrala, from 1810 to 
181S, and eubiequentljr In the Peninrala and eontb of France, from April to July 1814, Including the 
«SUr of Poeu near Malaga, battle of Barroea (contusion on the body), and retreat from Madrid. Bm- 
barked from Bordeaux for Canada in July 1814, and, commanded the 82nd before Fort Krie from 2nd 
Sept., and thronghottt the suceessive operations of the campaign on the Niagara frontier. SeceiTed the 
Brevet promotion of Lteut.>CoIon«l for his conduct in the repelling of the atiack mede by the Americans 
on our batteries and position before Vott Erie on the 17th Sept. 1814. He has received the War Medal 
with one Clasp for Barruea. 

9 C»loiicl Loekycr strrcd In the PaniBgnU, Arom Ang. 181S to the end of the war, Inelndlafftbe tattles of NiTeUe. 
MiTC, Orthes, Aire, (strerely woaaded on left wrlit sod olbow Joint), sad Toulouse. He hss reeelv ed the War Medsl and 
three claeps. 

3 Captain Stbthorp served with the 1st battalion 80th Rifles during the Punjaub campaign of 1848-0 
(Medal and two Clasps); and was present at the second siege operations at Mooltan, tncloding the siege 
and storm of the town (covering the advance of the storming parties), and capture of the eiUdel. After- 
wards at the battle of Qoojerat, the pursuit of the Sikh army, and the expulsion of the Afllghan 
force beyond the Khyber Pass. Succeeded to the command of the companies of the 00th Rifles that 
were engaged against the HiU T^bes in the expedition to the Eusofxye country on the llth I>ee., and 
•Mo OB tiM 14th Dee. 1848. 



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" The Dragon" "CHINA"— "PUN JAUB. 
Colonel.'-'^ 7"^ William Lindsay Darling;,* Em. 13 Dee. 01 ; Lieut. 29 Jane. 

02 ; Capt, 13 Jane, 08 ; Major^ 14 April, 14; Lt.^Col. 21 June, 17 ; Col. 10 

Jan. 87 ; Maj,-Qen. 9 Not. 46 ; Xt-67en. 20 June 64; Col. 98th F. 17 April, 54. 
Lieui,-Colonels.-'D»xdel Rainier,* jB!rM. p 4 March, 86; Lieut. Pll May, 38 

Capt. P27 May, 42 ; Mqfor, p8 Sept. 60 ; JLt.^Col. p 1 April 68. 
Edmund Haythome,* .Sfi#. 12 May 87; £ini^P4 0ct. 89; Capt. 11 Sept. 44 

Brev.-Maj. 7 Jnne 49; Mqf. p 1 April 68 ; Lt.^Col.9 12 May 54. 
Jtfi|/or*.— Henry Bates,**. Ens. 9 July 29 ; X/. 28 Nov. 88 ; Capt. p 8 Aug. 45 

Brev.'Major, 19 June 46; Brw.-Lt.'Col. 7 June, 40; Mqjor,P\\ Oct. 63. 
Francis Peyton,* En*. p29 Jan. 41 ; Lieut. 927 May 42; Capt. p 3 Sept. 60 

Jifqfor, P 12 May 64. 



Captains. 
Oran. O. C.Stapylton,* s. 
Francis Haden Crawford 
Edward John Ellerman. . 
James Button Smyth . . 
Henry Wm. Goodwyn .. 
Edward Grantham* .... 
8. Hen.HutchinsEdwards* 
Henry Thos. Richmond ' 
Richard Young»o .. 
Octavius Latouche' 
G. D. Dickson CleTeland><» 
William Croker 

LlBUTBITANTS. 

MolyneuzBatt 

Martin Dillon' 

RohertReid* 

Robert John Hughes. . . 
Henry Wallace Stroud". 
Charles Hill Fresson, r. 
Daniel Antoine Baby*^ . 

Richard Clancy 

Don. Macleod Fanrington 
Thomas Gardiner . . 
Peter Edward Qain 
Wm. Henry Joseph Lance 
Charles Stanhope Smelt 

Montague Browne 

Robert Westropp Ellis . 

Ensigns. 
Charles Mllls,t<>iie&'.... 
George Frederick Webster 
Samuel Cooper Wallcer. 
Francis Barker Hassard 

Litton Hewson 

Anthony Olivier Tabuteau 



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16 June 89 
14 Oct. 86 
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P 9 Dec. 86 
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26 Nov. 41 

21 Nov. 41 

22 July 42 
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28 Dec. 42 

18 Mar. 48 
P 28 June 43 

7 Jan. 42 

19 Mar. 43 
9 June 43 

28 Feb. 46 
P 22 June 47 
p 17 Dec. 47 
P20 April 49 

22 May 46 
P 18 Sept. 49 

9 Jan. 47 

19 Nov. 47 
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9 June 48 

28 July 44 
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30 Aug. 43 

18 Aug. 47 

7 Jan. 48 

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Uie 98th with tbt espedlUott to the 
North of China fn 1S41, (medal) 
and wen present at th« attack and 
capture of Chin Kianc 'oo. and at 
the landing hefbre Nankin. 

S MaJ. Haythome acrred witli the 
Seih oa the China Bxpedltioa In 
184S (lledal)k mm± was praaeat at 
the attack and eaptare of Chin 
KJang Foo, and at tba iaTcat«ieni 
of Nankin. He acrred aa Aids de- 
Camp to Sir Colin CaapbeU in the 
Pm^aub Campaifn of 1S48-K, aad 
was preeentat the hatllw of Sadoo- 
lapore, OUlUanwallah. and Ooojo- 
rat, and at the nbaeqaent oee«pa> 
tion of Peshawar (Medal). Be e(MD> 
inaaded tbe Plank CowipaBita of 
the SMh oa the Bxpedltloo to the 
Kohat Pass with Sir Chailes Napiar. the Oh— i i wlei - 
In-Chlef. 

4 Lleut-Ool. Bates serred as Aldo.de-eamp to Sir 
Kobert Dick (who was kiUcd) in the battie of Sobeaon 
(Medal) i and was appointed after that aeilen Aide- 
de-camp to the (Tommaader-ln-Chief In India, in wiiich 
eapael^ he serrsd the Poigaab Campaign ef l8«S-9. 
and was present at the aflhirof Ramnngfiiraad battlei 
ofChillianwallah and Ooqjerat (Medal and twodaspe). 



6 June 61 
17 June 61 
Pll June 62 
P 18 May 63 
Pll Oct. 63 
P 6 Oct. 64 

William Blackett I p 29 Dec. 64 

PayfnMtter.^Uenrj Leigh,^* 8 Sept. 64 ; Ene. 24 Nov. 49 ', Lieut, p 23 Jan. 52. 

A4lutant.—Bnsign Charles MUls/<' 6 June 61. 

Quarter^Matter. — 

.9ur^son.--Charles Cowen," 16 Feb. 44 ; Assiit.-Surg. 27 March, 85. 

Asn«^.-i9ttr^e(m#.— -Archibald Redfoord Ridgway^ M.B. 12 June 46. 

Henry Neil Stewart, M.D. 1 Dec. 48. | Facings White.— 
John Sparrow, 30 June, 64. | Agti. Downes Jc Son. 

1 LleuL-Oeneral Darling terved at the reduction of Ouadaloupe in 1810, and was Berereljr wounded in 
the left knee bjr a musket-thot In storming the heights of Matauba. Proceeded to the Penfaitula, aod 
joined the Altt Light Infantrr at (3attello Branco, in May 1812 ; engaged on the helghU of San ChriatOTal, 
the battle of Salamanca, and surrender of the Retiro at Madrid ; employed with hii regiment before 
Burgoe x and after the retreat fh>m thence he was attacked hj t/phut ferer, and sent to England for recorery, 
in May 1818. R^oined the army on the heights of Echallar in September followlns* and was present at 
the battle of Nirelle, and the subsequent attaok of the heights of St. P6. Appointed M^for of Brigade in 
Deo. 1818, and aUaehed to M%)or-(}eneral Hay's brigade In the 6th division, and was employed throughont the 
blockade and operations before Bayonne. Appointed Assistant- AdJatant-Oeneral to the 6th division In 
April 1814, and remained in charge of that department until the embarkation of the dirision in Aug. 1814. 

. On the renewal of the war in 1816, he was re-appointed to the staff as AJsistant»A4l utant-Qeneral, and 
attached to the 4th division, under Sir Charles ColvlUe; employed with his division in the operations 
connected with the battle of Waterloo, the storming of Gambray, and capitulation of Paris. He has 
received the War Medal with three Olasps for Guadeloupe, Salamanca, and Nivelle. 

H Ceptains Bdwards, Latoaefae. sad Rlehnond, Lleatenants Dillon, and Reld, lenred ta (he PanJanb Caapelca ot 
1848.49 (medal), served also with the flank eompanlet Wth reft, in the foree under Sir CoUn Campbell, al the ferclBf of 
tbe Kohat Pam In Feb. 1850. 

> 10 Captains Toung and Cleveland, Lieatt. Stroud and Baby, and Ensign Mills served la tbe PnaJanb Campaign 
of 1848-49 (Msdal). 
19 Paymarter Leif b wai preseiU at the itorm and destruction of the fortified native Msadiago Town of Sabi^ee, on ths 

; Gambia, on tbe lit June 18U. 



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CoUmel,^'$ Sir John Hanbary/ KCH. Stu. SO July 09 ; Lieut, 86 Sept. 

99; Cap*. 3 June 02 J Lt.-CoU^O Dec. 18; Co/. 25 July 21; Maior-Gen. 

28 July 30 ; Lt.^Qen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Qen, 20 June 54 ; Col. 99th F. 6 Oct. 61. 
Lieut.'ColoneL-^V ^^^^ Napper Jackgoh,* Mm. 1 July, 06 ; Lieut. 1 Jan. 06 • 

Cap\2S Feb. 12; Mqj. 11 June, 29; Brev. Lt.-Col. 23 Nov. 41; Lt.-Col. 

80 June, 64 ; Co/. 20 June 64. 
JIf f[;or*.— Edward Last,* JSnt. 13 Oct. 14; Lieut. P20 Nov. 24; Capt. P88 

May 20 ; Mqfor, p 18 Oct. 39; Brev.- Lieut. -CqI 11 Nov. 61. 
Qeorge Mannaduke Reeves, Ens. I July 24 ; Zr*. p 8 April 26 ; Capt. P27 April 

27 ; Bret.-Mqf. 28 Nov. 41 ; Brev.-Lt.'Col. 11 Nov. 61 ; Mqf. 20 June 64. 



Captains. 



PhilipSmyly,/.0.2OJane64|P27 Mar. 28 

Henry James Day 10 Feb. 26 

A.Wm. Heed,' i.i;. 90 JuneM p 4 Sept. 36 



Rupert Barber Deering 

Charles Blamire 

Patrick Johnston" 

Frederick Montgomerie 

BdwardCodd 

Lempster R. Elliot 7 ... 
O.J.DeWlntonDeWlnton 

WilUamMair 

Edmund William Isdell. . 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Fred. Wm. Despard .... 

James Grime 

Francis Seymour Qaynor 

Robert Baylis 

Robert William Benison 
Allan Macdonald, adj. . . 
Owen Wynne Gray • . . . . 

Loftus John Nunn 

John Bennett Williams.. 
Wm. H.D.Reeves Welman 
Henry Fred. W. Ely ... 
Joseph Dinham Molson. 
Bdw.G. KeppellRavenhill 
T. Hollingworth Clarkson 
Robt. Montague Hornby 

Ensigns. 

John McDowell Elliot . . 

Charles William Quin . . 

Charles Burton 

Malcolm Brown Purcell. . 
O. Robt. Stewart Black. < 
Henry James Day ...... 



P 3 Mar. 37 
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4 May 49 

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1 1 June 29 
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17 Oct. 39 
16 July 41 
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12 July 46 
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P 18 July 34 

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8 June 40 
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6 June 64 
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7 July 46 



5 Lt.*Col. Bccd wu prMent at tlit 
asuolt and eaptare of Kupekap^af 
for which ht obt«in«d th« Breret 
rankofHi^or. He wu alao engucd 
with the hostile nmtifesin the ▼afier 
of the Hatt 16ih JuM 1846. 

6 Capt. Johnston commanded thfl 
Light Companj of the 99th at the 
stonninff ta Kawlti's Pah at Ohaea- 
waion the Ist July 1845 (where he 
was slightly wounded on the fore- 
head), and deatraction of the same 
on the 10th Jaly; again at the de- 
struction of Arratnrs Pah on 16th 
Jnly; also at the destruction and 
captors of Kawiti's Pah at Rnape- 
kapekain Jan. 1846. 

7 Captain Blliot Tolnnteered 
with the »8th on that rsgt. pro. 
ceeding to New Zealand, and serred 
throughout the northern and south- 



moaigns of 1846 and 1846; 
waa present at Okaihau. Onaeawai. Ruapekapeka. and 
Horokiwi, and in sflreral skirmishes in the nof th. 

8 Lieut. Gray served with the 89th at the aflUr of 
Gorapore, near Kumool, on the 18th Oct. 1889 ; and 
also at the battle of Mahan^porci S9th Dee. 1843 
(Medal). 

9 Dr. Hadley serred with the 40th regt. at the tak- 
inr of the fort of Munora and Karraehee, ill Lower 
Sdnde. in Feb. 1886 ; and sorted in the snbsaqnent 
nmpaign against the Beloochees and action at Dadvr, 
In Uppers--^- '- — '" 



S John McDowell Elliot .. P21 Oct. 63 

1 Charles William Quin . . 6 June 64 

1 Charles Burton p 19 June 54 

1 Malcolm Brown Purcell. . 20 June 64 

1 0. Robt. Stewart Black. . p 18 Aug. 64 

1 Henry James Day...... 16 Dec. 64 , ,, - _ -- 

* "^ ^ in Upper Beinde, in 1840. 

18 -fi Paynuuter.-^Uenry Butler Stoney, 12 Oct. 62 ; J3nt. p6 May 37 ; X^ p 1 1 Sept. 

7 Adyutant.-^Lieut. Allan Macdonald, 16 Dec. 64. [40; Capt. 28 May 62, 

1 Qttarf«r-Jlffl#eer.— William Browne, 10 March, 64. 

21 5M>veon.— Henry Hadley,' MD. 27 June, 46 j AsHst.'-Surg. 28 Nov. 34, 

S Assiitant-Surgeont. — Henry Hlggins Jones, MD. 10 Dec. 47. 

4 James Carroll, M.D. 3 Jan. 61. 

Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. 

1 Sir John Hanbary terved the Egyptian campaign of 1801 at a Lieutenant in the CStb, Including the 
acUona of the 8th. ISth, and 3l6t March ; and has received the Gold Medal from the Grand Seigrnlor. He 
WM Aide-de-Gamp to Mi^or-O^neral Warde in the campaign of 1808-9, and was present on Sir John 
Moore't retreat, and at the battle of Qorunna. He lerTed with the 1st Guards at Walchoren in 1800, and 
aubeeqaently In the Peninsular campaign, including the retreat from Burgot, pawage o/ tlie Bidasioa and 
Adonr. battleB of Nirelle and Nive, investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. He has received the 
War Medal with four Clasps for Egypt, Comnna, Nivello, and Nive. 

• Oolonel Jaclcson served in the Peninsula from 1810 to the end of the war In 1814« including the siege Of 
Cadli, Lines at Torres Vedras, Hassena's retreat from Portugal, actions and afiUrs at Pouibal, Redinha, Leira, 
Coodeixa, Fleur-de-Lls, Quarda, Fos d'Arouce, and Sabugal j battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 8rd and 6th May, 
•lege of Badi^os in June and July, 1811, actions at El Bodon and Guinaldo, siege and storm of Ciudad 
Rodrigo. third siege of Badi^os and storm of the Castle by escalade^ 6th Apr. ISlfi ; battle of Salamanca, cap- 
ture of if adrid, the Retiro, and Fort La China, and In command of an escort of the third Division in charge 
of the garrison of Fort La China on route to Ciudad Rodrlgo. Retreat to Portugal, Oct. and Nov. 18U, 
battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes ; actions at Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, battle of Toaloose, 
nod the whole of thcTarious minor atfbirs during that period. He has received the War Medal and ten 

lasps. 

2 Lt.>CoL Laat commanded the troops id the southern district of New Zealand during the greater part of the operatious 
He assisted in driving back tfa "^ • -•^ ._ . .. ,. , _._. 

I in the valley of Uie Hutt < 

, Al chieft, as well as disarming I 

the combiocd Cofee at the aflkir of the Borokiwi,on the 6th Aug., compelUag the rebels to retreat and ollimatelj 
to dispene. 



clasps. 

I the hostile natives in 1846. 



assisted in driving back the rebels who attacked the deuchment posted 
of Uie Hutt on the 16th May 1S46; commanded at the eapti 
part of the tribe on the 28rd July ; and also 



«at. Page (Mth regt.) at Boulcott's farm in the valley of the Hutt on the 16th May 1S46: 
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* COPSKHAOBV— " MOIIM VlDBO»'-« R0LBI4"— '« VhIIBHA"— "COBUHHA"— " BvaACO*'— ^ BABBMA'* 

— "PUKHTBS D'OHOa"-** CXODAD RODRIGO**— "BaDAJOZ** -"SAXU.HAKCA"— "VIITOMA"— " MlTBUJl' 

— ••NlV« "— '* 0*THK8'»— "T0UL0IJ8B*'— •* PBF1JIBDI.A" •• WATBKLOO." 

Colonel'^'Chief.— Field Marshal His Royal HighneuTnncis Albert Angnstiu 

Charles Emanuel Duke of Saxony, Prince o/Saxe Coburg & Gotha, KG. KT. 

KP. GGB. GCMG. 28 Sept. 52. 
Colonels Cdmniandant.^l^^^ Sir Andrew Francis Barnard,* GCB. GCH. 

Bns. 26 Aug. 1794; Lieut, Sept. 94; Capt. 13 Not. 94; Major, 1 Jan. 1805; 

iieMf.-CoZ.28 JaB.08; Co/.4June,13; Ar<(;<?r-6?«i.l2 Aug.19; Lieut.-Gen. 

10 Jan. 37 ; Oen. 11 Nov. 51 ; Col. 1st Battalion Rifle Brigade, 25 Aug. 82. 
2ltm8iSir Henry George Wakelyn Smith,' Bart. GCB., 2nd lAeut. 8 May, 05 ; 

Lieut. 15 Aug. 05; Capt. 28 Feb. 12; Me^or, 29 Sept. 14; Lieut.-Col. 

18 June, 15 ; CoZ. 10 Jan. 37 ; Mqjor-Gen. 9 Nov. 46 s Xieu^-Gew. 20 June 

54; Col. 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade, 16 April, 47. 
2 Arthur Johnstone Lawrence,' 2nd Lt. p 4 April 27 ; X*. p 1 2 Feb. 80; Cap* . p 24 

Feb. 37; Mqj. P 1 1 Sept. 46; Lt.-Col. I Aug. 47; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
Lt.'Colonels.-^! Wm. Sherbrook Ramsay Norcott,* 2nd Lt. 13 June, 22 ; Lt. 16 

June, 26; Capt. 21 Feb. 40 ; Mqjor, 1 Aug. 47; Brev. Lt.-Col. 12 Dec. 54 ; 

Lt.'Col. 22 Dec. 54. 
2 Wilmot Henry Bradford,* 2nrf Lieut. P24 May 88; Xi«*f. P 26 Aug. 36;; 

Capt. P27 Aug. 41 ; Mqjor, P 8 Aug. 51 ; Lt.-Col. 29 Dec. 54. 
M(0ors.—1 Alfred H. Horsford," 2nd Lieut. P 12 July 38 ; Lieut. P 23 April 89 ; 

Capt. P 5 Aug. 42 ; Mq;or,P 26 Dec. 61 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 28 May 58. 
1 Edward Arthur Somerset, 2nd Lieut. 29 Jan. 96; Lieut. 9 J nXj 40; Capt. 



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Alex. Macdonell,^ 2nd Lieut, p 23 Jane 37 ; Lieut. P 11 May 41 ; Capt. P 24 
Oct 45; Brevet Mqfor, 12 Dec. 6i; Major, 22 Dec. 64. 
2 Fred. Robert Elrington, p 2nd Lieut. 7 June 39; Lieut. 23 Nov. 41 ; Capt. 
P 22 May 46; Major, 29 Dec. 54. 

1 Xor(< Alex. Geo. Russell, *2rc2XI«u/. P 11 July 39; Xt6u/. 15 Apr. 42; Capt. 
P 7 Aug. 46 ; Breo.-Major, 28 May 53 ; Major, 29 Dec. 54. 

2 Joseph Wilkinson, 2nd Lieut. 80 Dec. 39; Lieut. 15 April 42 ; Capt.\2 Jan. 47; 

Major, 29 Dec. 54. 



Captains. 
1 Chas . Jno. Woodford, 9. Maj. 12 Dec 64 

1 Henry Hardinge' 

2 Wm. Harry, Earl of Enroll 

2 Maximil. Montague Hammond .... 

1 Julius Richd. Glyn,*<> a.Maj. 18 Dec. 64 

2 Thomas Cochrane Inglis 

2 Astley Paston Cooper 

2 William Augustus Fyers^' 

1 Hercules Walker 

2 Edward Newdigate 

1 Hon. Gilbert Elliot, Mc^. l«Dec.64 



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29 May 42 



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P 8 June 42 , 14 Apr. 47 
P 5 Aug. 42 P 7 May 47 

18 May 41 p 2 July 47 
P 7 Apr. 48 P24 8ept.47 
P 18 Oct. 48 P 9 June 48 
P 14 April 48. P 29 Dec. 48 
P20Oct. 48 P 1 Aug. 48 
P 20 May 86 P 7 May 47 
P80Dec. 45 p 8 Aug. 51 

14 Apr. 46 ' P 80 Apr. 52 
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P29Dec. 48 PlSJune 52 
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P24 Sept. 47 
P 24 Sept. 47 
P 15 Oct. 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 
P 12 Nov. 47 



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26 Sept. 54 

6 Nov. 54 
12 Nov. 54 
22 Dec. 54 



P 7 July 48 

2 Edward Rowland Forman p 15 Oct. 41 

2 Hon. William James Colville \ 22 Nov. 43 

2 Hon. William Draper MortlmerBest p 17 May 44 

1 Charles Vernon Oxenden *^ p28 Aug. 44 

2 Charles Henry Spencer Churchill . . p 10 Oct 45 

1 Edmund Manningham Buller | 11 Oct. 45 

1 Hon. James Stuart p 24 Oct. 45 

1 Augustas Wykeham Clifton P 14 Nov. 45 

1 Hon. Leicester Curzon» '* * p 20 Nov. 45 

1 sir Andrew Bamstd serred at St. Domingo Drom April to Aog. 1795 1 senred in the expedition under Sir Ralph Aber. 
erombj to the West Indies, and wu at the reduction of Mome Portunee. In 1799, serred in the expcdltioB to tht Helder. 
and was present In the actions of the S7th Aug., 10th Sept. and fd and 6th Oct. Sir Andrew has received the gold erosa 
and four clasps for Barrosa (seTerel7 wounded'), Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoa, Salamanca, Vittoria, NiTeUe (severely wmiadedX 
Ortlies, and Toulouse. Slightly wounded at Waterloo. 

S Sir Harry Smith served with the Rifle Brigade at the siege, storm, and taking of Monte Video under Sir S. Aadnnvty i 
and at the assault upon Buenos Ayres under Brigadier- General Crauftird. Employed with the troops In Spain nnder Sir 
John Moore, Drom the battle of VImlera to the embarkation of the troops at Corunna. Embarked tw the PcnlnanU nndcr 
Major- General Robert Crauftitd in 1809 t was seriously wounded in the action upon the bridge of the Co* near Ahnrida. 
Commanded a company in the pursuit of Massena ft-om the Lines of Lisbon ; at the actions of Rcdinha, Condeixa, and Poa 
d'Aronce. Appointed Brigade- Major to the Snd Light Brigade In the Light Division, and was present In the action of 
Sabugal, batUe of Puentes d'Onor, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrlgo, siege and stonn of Bad^Joa, battles of Salamanca and 
Viitorla, atUck of the heights of Vera, and passage of the Bidasaon, battle of Saire, attack upon the position of St. Jcosi de 
Lus and heights of Areang uez« battle of Orthes. aflkir at Tarbcs, and battle of Toulouse. Appointed Assistant- A4jntant- 
Gcneral to the troops under Msyjor- General Ross destined against Washington, and was present at the battle of Bladcnsbarg 
and destruction of Washington. Brought home despatches, and went out again immediately under Sir Edward Pakenham. 
and was present at the attack upon the enemy's lines near New Orleans. After the death of Sir Edwaid he was appointed 
Military Secretary to Sir John Lambert, conuanding the army, and was present at the siege and taking of Fort Bowyer. 
Appointed Assist.- Quarter. Master- General tc tho 6th Division of the Army under the Duke of Wellington, and waa present 
at the battle of Waterloo. In 18S8 he was appointed D. Q. M. Gen. at the Cape of Good Hope, and cooonandcd a division 
under Sir Beujamin D'Uiban throughout the operations agalnat the Kofllr tribes In 1634 and 183&. In 1840 he proceed e d lo 
tlie East Indies as Afi^utant- General, and was nominated a K,C.B. tar the action of Mahar^pore, In wbicfa battle be was 
present as AcUutant- General i and for his distinguished services in the campaign on the SutlcJ and brilliant victory over the 
Sikhs at Aliwal, he was nominated a G.C.B. and afterwards created a Baronet. Finally, as Oovenior and Comniander.in> 
chief at the Cape nf Good Hope, he attacked and defeated the rebel Boers at Boem PlaaU Wth Aug. 1S4S. Sir Hairy has 
received the War Medal and twelve clasps. 

8 Colonel Lawrence commanded the Snd Batt. RlSe Brigade throughout the Eastern Campaign of ISMi Inclodlag the 
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2 Alfred Manners Drummond 

2 Arthur Nixon 

2 Francis Walter Balfour 

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2 Han, Barrington Reynolds Pellew^* 

2 Arthur Frederick Warren 

2 James Rowles 

I Henry Gore Lindsay*' 

Thomas Harvey Bramston 

1 Claud Thomas Bourchier 

1 Han. George Barrington Legge • • • . 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

I Cook SIbbs Flower . 

1 Edward William Blackett 

2 Henry Richard Legge Newdigate . . 
2 Adolphus Haggerston Stephens . . . • 

2 George Smyth Windham 

2 Philip le Belward Egerton 

1 William Deedes 

2 Boyd Francis Alexander 

2 William Frederick Thynne 

1 Frederick Courtenay Morgan .... 

1 Wm. James Montgomery Cuninghame 

2 Hon, Henry Walter Campbell, «. • • 

1 Charles A. Penrhyn Boileau 

1 Hon, Ausr. Henry Archibald Anson 
1 William Norris 

1 Lord Edw. Wm. Pelham Clinton .. 

2 Charles Arthur Talbot 

2 Alexander Heywood 

2 William Fremantle John Brett .... 

2 William Fremantle 

1 George Robert Saunders 

1 Christopher Edward Musgrave • • . . 

1 Charles Browne Bashwood 

2 Percyrall Hart Dyke 

1 John Plumptree Carr Glyn 

2 Henry Stewart Ryder 

2 John Croft Moore 

2 Lionel Stuart T. Munro Cary 

2 George Henry Grey #••••• 

Ensigns. 
1 Arthur Loftus Tottenham 

1 William Treror Rooper 

2 Walter J. H. Rnthven 

James Frederick Henley • • • • • 

John Clerke ; 

John Coostantine Pester 

Henry David Baillie 

Edward Samuel Grimshaw Woodford 
Henry Alexander Scriven 



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18 Quarter-Matter Peacock* 
lenred in Kaffraria in the cam- 
paign of 1846; and with one of 
the columnt which penetrated 
the Amatola Mountains in the 
Spring of 1847. Heiervedalfo 
with the troope nnder Sir Harry 
Smith which croised the Orange 
Hirer in 1848 to supprest the 
InBurrectlon of the Dutch Been, 
and was present in the action 
of Boem Plaats. 



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Paynuutert,-^! John Edw. Large, 8 Aug. 61 ; Ens. p 10 Nov. 43 ; X^. 1 May 46. 
2 Mich.W.Lade Coast, 1 Dec. 54 ; Ens. p 3 Jan. 61 ; X^ 21 July 64. 
A4fvtants.'-l 
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QuarteT'Masters. — 2 Thomas Oough, 14 Aug. 46. 

1 Henry Peacockc,^* 21 Aug. 49. 
Surgeons.—l Robert Bowen, 26 Dec. 51 ; Assist.- Surg. 18 May 41. 

John Fraser, M.D. 24 Aug. 62 ; Assist. -Surg. 20 Aug. 41. 
Assist.'Surgs.'-l James Edward Scott, M.D. 11 June 47. 

1 Henry Shearly Sanders, 5 March 47. 

2 James Limdin Brown, M.D. 28 April 64. 
John Ignatius Purcell Williams, 14 July 54. 

Regimentals Green.— Facings Black.— Agent, Sir John Kirkhind. 
[1st Batt. embarked for East. Army, 13 Julyy 54. Depot, Portsmouth.'} 
[2M<f Battalion embarked for Eastern Army, 24 Feb. 1864. Depot, Portsmouth.^ 

' 5 ^ ' Captain Hardinge served In the Kaffir war from Not. 1846 until its termination in 1847. Also in the 
» J ' S ^ • expedition against the insurgent Boers N. E. of the Great Orange Biver in Aug. 1818, when he was prasent 



and slightly wounded in the action at Boem Plaats. 

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George Robeson, t 

Augustas Wm. Murray ^ 
Richard D'Oyly Fletcher 
Charles Walter Orange* 

Robert Hughes 

James Henry Robeson • . 
George Maunsell *..... 
Henry Ratcliffe Searle .. 
Oliyer George Stokes .... 

Henry Anton • • 

Wm. John Chamberlayn e 
Alexandre Bravo .... 



1** Weit India Regiment of Foot 

" DOMINICA"—" MARTINIQUE "— " GUADALOUPB.^' 
CotofitfZ.— 95trGeo.Tho6.Napier,iKCB.ie!A#.26Jan. 00;X<.18Juiie0O: Capt. 

5 Jan. 04 ; Me^, 30 May 11 ; Lt.-Col. 6 Feb.12 ; Col, 27 May 25 \ Maj.-Qen. 

10 Jan. 37 : X^-C?en. 9No7. 46; G*n.20Jmie64;C<?/.lst W. I. Rgt. 29 Feb. 44. 
X^.-Co^.— pEdw.RowleyHill,>.BVi«.23Feb.l3; X^24Feb.l4; Cap^P26Sept. 

26 ; Br.-Mqj, 23 Nov. 41 ; Mqj. P 6 May 42| Lt.-CoL 1 Jan. 47; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 
9WL Robt. Hughes,' Ena. 11 April 11; Lt. 29 Oct. 12; Capt. 13 Feb. 27; 

Brev.'Mqf. 23 Nov. 41 ; Mqf. 3 Mar. 43 ; LU-CoU 1 Mar. 48 ; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 
itfiyor*.— Luke Smyth O'Connor/ Ens, p27 Apr. 27 ; Lt. 22 Mar. 31 ; Capt. p 17 

Jan. 34 ; Brev.-Mqf., 9 Nov. 46 ; Mqf», 1 Jan. 47 ; Breu. Lt.-Col., 3 Feb. 53. 
James Clarke, Bru. 11 Jan. 21 ; Lt. Pl9 July, 37; Capt. 21 April, 36; Br.- 

Mty, 9 Nov. 46; Mqf. 1 Mar. 48 ; Brevet JMw^.Co/. 20 Jnne54. 



LlBUTBNANTS. 

Anthony Tunstall, t. ... 
Thomas Clark, a^f. . . . 
Wm. Newcomen Watts. 

John Fanning 

George Thorne, g. ..... 

Thomas Ryan 

William James Ross . . . 
Angrus William Mackay . 
Wm. Lawrence Murphy 
Wm. A. Arnold WailUiger 

William Cave^ 

James Shortall Macaulcy 
Roger Dawson Upton * 
Francis John Connell 
Chidley Samuel Coote 
George Thomas Miller 
W. H. P.Fitz M. Strachan 
John Fred. Napier Hewitt 
Henry Francis Luke .... 
Edw. Barnes Goodman . . 

John Steel 

Edward Staines Harrison 
Henry Robert Wylie. . . . 
George Swaby^ 



Ensigns. 
Charles Geoiige Anderson 
Gteo. Archbold Robertson 
John Keate S. Henderson 
Henry Reginald Sykes . . 

John Tryon 

Wm. Walker W.Johnston 

Sidney Cave 

Hubert Churchill Gould . 

Patrick Malone 

J. Richd.O'Meara Lawler 



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29 April 46 
23 Sept. 46 

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23 May 48 
11 Jan. 60 

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P 14 Dec. 49 

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14 Feb. 62 

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1 June 39 
P 26 Nov. 42 
P Apr. 47 
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P 2 Sept. 68 

21 May 64 
31 Aug. 64 

P 29 Sept. 64 

5 Colonel HiH Mrvsd la th« 
Penintula from Sept. 1819 to 
the end of that war ia 1814, 
ineluding the affair of San 
Munos and retreat fhMn Bur- 
Koe, as a volunteer ( battle of 
Vittoria, paMage of the Bi- 
daMoa, tiattlei of NlTelie and 
Toulouie. He hat roeelved the 
War Medal wiih fourclaspe. 

8 Colonel Hughes lerred In 
the Peninsula from 1809 to I8U, 
including the first riese of Ba- 
d$ioE, and the battles of Busaeo, 
Vittoria (wounded), Salamanca, 
and thePyrenees,beeidet vmrioua 
minor actions and skinntshee. 
Present at Waterloo on the 
16th, 17th and 18th June^ and 
was wounded on the 18th. He 
has receired the War Medal 
and four claspa. 

6 Capt Orange served as an 
officer of Militia In Canada da- 
ring the suppression of the in- 
surrection, and was preeanft at 
the siege of Navj Island. He 
commanded the Enrolled Pen- 
sioners In the expedition against 
the Kingof Kenungupthe Gam- 
bia In May 1B40. He aleo com- 



manded the detachments of the 
1st & 8rd W. I. Regts. in the 
Expedition sent uptho river Sherebro wlthH.M. 
8. Alert and Pluto in June and Julj 1840. 

4 Colonel O'Connor oomnuuided a brigaie of St 

offioen, 700 N. C. offleertandtol^cn of deuebnunta i 

lit. 3Bd, and ftrd West India Begt.— BaroUed Pea. 



■ionon, Rdral Gunbla Militia ; 

a ^rtiun of the offlcen, sailorij a 

ihip RewittMnee, wliieh marehrd ftom Bathnrat, Gam- 



bia, on the 30th May against the rebel HahooMtaa 
chiefa of Combo, and on the 1st inac 18M, storaied. 
eaptnred, and totallv dcatroyed tba atranglj stockaded 
town of Sabigee, defeating and rooting the com- 
binod rebel foraes of Sabajec, Bnrfiit, Goagnm, and 
Mandenang, reanlting in the King of Combo and hla 
Chiefs ceding by treaty a Talnable traet of territory to 
the British. Captain Marray com m and e d the eentie 
division of the brigade j Lienta. Car* and Upton terred 
with i^-^and were engaaed at the storming end ea^ 
ture of the stockades of Babi^ee. 

Paymaster.— ChtaleB Stokely, 27 May 63 ; Qr.-Maet. 17 March, 48. 

Adjutant — Lieut. Thomas Clark, 21 July, 46. 

Quarter-Master. — ^VTilliam Thomson, 17 June 63. 

Surgeon.— VLohcrt John Cole, M.D., 24 Dec. 62 ; Assist. -Sftrg. 27 Aug. 41. 

Assist. -Surgs. — Robert Speedy, 11 March, 63. 

Humphrey John Gillett Atkinson, 28 Oct. 63. I [Facings White. 

William Arthur Thomson, MB. 14 Oot« 61. | Agents, Cox & Co. 

1 Sir Oeorge Napier aceompanied the ezpedlUon to Sweden, and flrom thence to Portugal, in 1808, «ben be bceamt Aide-de- 
uap to Sir John Moore, in whieh capacity be larred the Connma eampalfn, sad was at the hatUe of Coraaaa, and the aelieas 

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C02(m«Z.-*9 i$ir Robert Joho Harirey/ GB., J5?n«. 8 Oct. 03; X^ 24 Mar. 04 

Capi. 2 Jan. 06 ; Mcq, 25 July, 11 ; Lt.-Col. 21 June, 13 -, Col. 32 July, 30 ; 

Mqf.'Oen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 2d W. I. Regt. 16 June, 48* 
£tfftt^-Co20n«{».— Stephen John Hill,^^n«. 10 Nov. 25; Li«uM3Feb.28 ; Capt. 
16 April 42 ; JBrev.-Majar, 15 Feb. 50; M^jor, 9 Sept. 51 ; Lt.-Col. 6 Jan. 54. 
Henry Wase Whitfeild, Ens. 13 Feb. 28; Lt. 28 Oct. 31 ; Capt. 15 April 42; 

Mtyor, 14 Feb. 53 ; Lt.-CoU 3 Feb. 54. 
Herbert Watkin Williaras Wynn, Ens. p5 July, 39; Lieut. P 24 Sept. 41 ; Capt. 

P28 April, 40; Afq/w, p 1 April, 53; Lieut.. Col. P 9 June, 54. 
3fa;or«.— John Mmer,J?n^.P 29 Dec. 3->; Xteu^. 25 Jan. 39; Capt. 15 Mar» 

46; Jlfq/or, Jan. 64. 
Thomas Gibbings, Ens. 15 Jan. 47 ; Lieut. 'SLl April 49 ; Capt. p 22 Oct. 62 ; 
I M€yor, P 9 June 54. 



Captains. 

Charles C.Rookes 

William Anderson^ . . < 
Jas. Delamain Mends 
John F. A. Hartle .... 
Wm- McCarthy Murray 

John Haiger 

John Deane Reece.. .. 
Wm. Elliot Mockler . . 
James Owen Bovill ^ 



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JohnHarpnr( Q.-if .5Mar.38) 
Charles John Patterson 
Franels Robert Charnock 
Lieutenants. 

Robert Scott 

Arthur Wellesley Joyce 
George James Ivey .... 
D. Aikman Patterson, a^> 
R. 8. Wilkinson Jones .. 
James Lambert Byrne . . 
{Joseph William Haleman 

I Forward Rumley < 

Lloyd R. Creak Drouet ^ 
I John Foulkes Becher . . 
{ Horatio James Wise ... 

William Dayis < 

' U. K. Johnstone Waldron 
I Edward James Laughlin « 
! Thomas Mackesy Vincent 
. Edward PercivalVaaghan 

I William St. Aubin 

William James Surman 
Robert Carter •»•••• 
Ensigns. 
I Hilner Burleigh ^ .... 

I Jobn Karanagh 

I James Kingsley Maunsell 
\ Edw. Vaughan Arbuckle 



P 11 Mar. 42 

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22 Feb. 39 

26 Oct. 39 
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8 May 40 
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15 Dec. 40 
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15 April 42 

17 April 42 

1 Nov. 44 

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13 Aug. 47 

14 Oct. 48 
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15 Oct. 48 

9 Feb. 49 

27 April 49 

28 April 49 
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10 Nov. 43 

28 Mar. 44 
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29 July 47 

11 July 61 
26 Dec. 51 

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26 Apr. 52 

27 Apr. 52 

17 Aug. 62 
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5 Captain Anderson, Lieuts. 
Droaet, Grant and Laughlin, 
and £nsign Burleigh were 
present at the storm and de> 
struction of the fortified Natire 
Mandingo Town of Sab^Jee on 

T ^**** eT'i^« Gambia, on the 1st June 

4 Aug. 54ji8fl8. 

28 Apr. 61 1 y Q^pj 3^m ^^^ ^^h ^ jg. 

tachmcDt of 80 of the Ceylon Biflei. 

which defeated the Insarcenta in the first and Mcond 

attack on Komegslie oa the SOth and 81st Jol^.daring 

the tuppreaaion of the rebeUionin the Kandian Fro- 

in 1848. 



Robert Bourne 

John Harger . 

Christopher Fred. Holt. . { 6 Jun. 64 
Daniel Bishop Davy .... t p 10 Feb. 64 
YmA. John Brinckmun . . jp 12 May 64 
W. Cooke O'Shaughnesay P 16 June 64 
Henry Carvell | 15 Dec. 54 



4 Lt.-Col. Hill commanded an expedition 80 miles up 

te Gambia in 1849 { stormed and destroyed the forti- 

D 1 1 Kl.^ti K*x ^^ <o^° <>' Bambacoo, 6Ui May; atteeked and par* 

i r ^^^{tially destroyed the fortified town of KeenoBg, 7th 

12 Nov. 63 May; action and defeat of the enemy on the plauu of 



Quenella. He also commanded a detachment of the 
and and Srd West India Regts.in the combined attack 
of a British and French Naval «nd Land Force under 
Commodore Fanshawe in the attack and total defeat 
of pirates at the Island of Basis, Jeba River, Weatem 
Africa, 12th Dec. 1849. The thanks of the Lords of 
the Adauralty were conveyed to lumself and detaeh* 
ment, and he received the brevet rank of Major. 



Paymaster.^iohn Matthews Oibbs, 19 Oct. 49. 

Aeyutant. — Lieut. David Aikman Patterson, 17 Aug. 62. 

5j^ Quarter-Master.— 'THiomBA FitzGerald, 17 Oct. 45. 

5ttr^eon.-*John Wm. Moatyn, M.D. 16 Mar. 49; Assist.' Surg. S Mar. 44. 

-4ir**/.-5Mr^*.— Jas.Edw.Ciutterbuck, M.D.22Dec.48. I Facings Yellow.— 
T. Llewellyn Nash, M.D. 6 Mar. 52. I Agents, Measrs. C. R. 

Wynne Peyton Frazer,21 Oct. 63. [ & W. MacGrigor, 

r Eobert Harvey scived as Assistant- Quarter- Master- General of the British and of the Portnfuese annles In Portufal, 
and France, from 18<» to the close of the war In 18U, and was present at the batUcs of the passace of the Douro and 
, second siege of Badajot. siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajos, battle of Salamanea, siege of Burgos, 
of Vlitorla, FyrenccB, slightly wounded, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides numerous minor affairs. 
1M8 to 1611 bo was employed in procuring intelligence of the rnemy in advance of the army, in OTfanistagniac Portn. 
OtteriUn Corps, the oflBcers of which presented him with an elegant sword in testimony of his services with them i and 
iaiiaf th« attempt of the enemy's passage of the Tagus at Chamusca. Prom 181 1 to 1814* he was the organ of com- 
■don between the Duke of WeUington and the Portuguese troops. Sir Roberi has rceeivsd the Gold Medal fee th« 
of Ortliaa I aad the Silver War Medal with nine clasps. 



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CofofieZ.— a Wm. Wood,' CB. KH. En$. 27 Jan. 97 ; Limt. 27 Dec. 97 ; Capt- 
3 Dec. 02 ; Mqj. 14 May 07 ; Lt.-Col. 8 April 13 ; CoL 22 July 30 ; Mqj.- 
Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-OenAl Not. 51 ; Col.drd West India Regt. 8 Feb. 49. 

Lieut.'Col8,^QeoTgd A. K. d'Arcy,* JSru. p 21 April 87 ; Lieut. 26 Sept 39; 
Capt. 9 Nov. 46; Mqjor, P 6 Jnly 52 ; Lt.-Col. p 7 July 54. 

George Butter Triscott Colman, JSns. 31 Dec. 89 ; Lieut. 7 Jan. 42 ; Capt. 
24 July 53 ; Mqjor, p 7 June 54 ; Lieut.-Col p 15 Sept. 54. 

Mqfari.— Chiles Edmund Law,* Car. p2 Feb. 44; Lieut. p8 May 46; Capt. 
P 26 Dec. 51 ; Af^yor, p 7 July 54. 

Fred. Augostua WetheraU/ Ent. 10 Dec. 29 ; Lt. p 14 Dec. 32 ; Capt. p 1 Aug. 
44 ; Mqjor, p 15 Sept. 54. 



Captains. 

James Palmer 

James Trarera .. ..^9 

James Waddell 

Rich. Plnnket Ireland* 
Clayton S. Hext Hingston 
Francis Richard Taylor 
Peter John Macdonald 
E.Conron, Qr,M,9DeeAiL 
Wm. Beverley Robinson 
Reginald Guard Palmer 
Wm. H. Wilson Hawtayne 
Henry Charles Watson. . . 

Lieutenants. 
James Francis Birch . . . 

Thomas M'Curdy 

John O'Flanagan 

Robert Willock Davies •• 
William Ivers Lutman •• 
William John Rasswurm^ 
Robert William Harley . . 
ParrW. Kingsmill, s. at^', 

Claudius Kerr 

George Alleyne Rogers . . 
Henry James Rainsford^ . 

Hafed Lament • . • 

William Savage 

BkkeGoble 

Fred. Geo. Nuttall Clarke 
Hamilton T. Jameson . 
Wm. D'Esterre Taylor . 
Thomas Maurice QuillT. 
Thomas Hanrahan ^ . . • 

West Hohnea Hill 

James Watson 

Andrew George Onslow 

Anthony Carlisle 

Edward Armstrong .-. . 
George Gant Beazley • 



BNSION. 



Ensigns 
Robert Bruce ...< 
Alfred. Aug. Richardson 
Charles Brisbane Higman 
Hy. Wellington Hartford. 

Alexander Donlop 

Jas. John Leslie Duncan 

Henry Rowland 

Wm. Rice Mulliner .... 
WilUam Cody 



20 Apr. 15 
28 Nov. 34 
P 5 Feb. 36 
23 Dec. 36 
28 June 38 
28 May 42 
25 Oct. 39 
17 Oct. 45 
27 Apr. 49 

19 Oct. 49 
P 17 Jan. 51 
P18 June41 

7 Jan. 42 

P29 Mar. 42 

P 24 Jan. 45 

27 Feb. 45 

P25Sept.46 

5 Feb. 47 

8 Oct. 47 

7 Aug. 46 

12 Sept. 48 

P 8 Mar. 50 

15 June 49 
23 Nov. 61 

7 Aug. 40 
P 14 May 52 
P 17 May 50 

20 Dec 51 

18 Apr. 51 

19 Aug. 51 
1 Nov. 51 

22 Nov. 51 

18 Oct. 53 

P 17 Mar. 64 

P 20 Sept. 53 

16 Apr. 52 
P 17 Aug. 62 



LIEUT. 



6 June 16 
29 July 36 

2 May 38 

28 Dec. 38 
11 Sept. 40 
16 May 45 
18 June 41 

P 5 Nov. 47 

26 Aug. 51 
31 Oct. 51 

P16 July 52 

29 Dec. 42 

SO Dec. 42 
2 June 43 
I Oct. 46 

7 Aug. 47 

27 Apr. 49 

28 April 49 

29 April 49 
16 AprU 50 

5 June 51 
P 6 June 51 

10 Sept. 51 
P23Nov. 62 

25 Oct. 42 
P 18 Mar. 53 
P 17 Oct. 51 
P 10 June 53 

24 July 53 
14 Aug. 53 
28 May 54 

25 Aug. 64 
P 18 Aug. 64 
P 8 Sept. 54 
P22Sept.64 

6 Oct. 54 
1 Dec. 54 



CAPTAIN. BRBY.-MAJ. 



11 Not. 51 
20 June 64 



25 Aug. 39 
15 Apr. 42 

1 May 46 
17 July 49 

2 June 50 
P21 May 50 

26 Mar. 62 
P 4 Feb. 63 
P24Mar.64 
P 7JQne54 
P 4 Aug. 64 

1 Dec. 54 



2 Lt.-Ck>L d'Arey waa preMnl 
on the SUff daring the optr%' 
Uont of a flald-foree in tba 
Southern Mahntta Oonntrj la 
1844-40. under Mi^or-Gwicral 
Da la Motte. 

S Malor Law mmd vtththcMh 



StttlcJ la 1846. and «m« praMBl at 

the batda or SoteMiB (Medal). 

4 M^for WctbmU lerred Iha 
eaaipaifn at 1889 to Afl||haiiiflaa 
and BdoeeUatan, with the 17th 
Begtf and »a« pccMSt at dM 
■tom aad aapcvra of Ohniact 
(Madal), and of Kbtlat. 



21 Jan. 63 
18 Nov. 53 

23 Dec. 63 

24 Mar. 54 
P 9 June 64 

21 July 64 
P 31 Aug. 64 
P 1 Sept 54 
10 Nov. 54 
PayTnaster.-^ohn David Blythe, 3 June 53. 
A^utant,— Lieut. Parr Wm. Kingsmill, 28 May 54. 
Quarter-Maeter.^AlfTed Elford Grant, 3 Aug. 49. 
8urgean.-~Thomtm Parr, 21 Oct. 53 ; Auist,'Surg. 21 July 46. 
Asiitt.^Surgs.'—ThomM Manners, 22 Dee. 48. 

Horatio George MarteUl,' 15 Feb. 60. I FaetngsBlue^Affente 
Frederick William Moore, 28 Oct 53. | Messrs. Downes k Son. 

1 LieaL-Oenaral Wood, Mrred tis yean in the West Indies. Aeeompaaied the expedition to Haaorcr in 1881. Be 
!zt senred the ca mp a i gn of 1808-9, inelvdiDg the battle of Comnna. SubseqaentlY at the siege of Flashing, he velan- 
ered to storm the enemy's entrenchments, which he carried ; and in Norember he was again sent to Walchcrcn to 
Ter the embarkation of the troopi when the island was evacnated. In I8I0 he proceeded to the lleditcrranenn. whcM 
! seired three years, and on being promoted, in 1813, to the Lient.> Colonelcy of the Stth, he Joined the army in Spaia. 
1 1814 he accompanied the 86th to America, and commanded it at the battle of Bladensburg, where he received ftmr 
rere wounds, had a horse shot under him, and waa obliged to tnirondor himaelf aa a prisoner of war. Bf has it* 
nti the War Mtdal with one clasp for CorMina. 



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J^tett^.-Co7<m«2.— Samuel Braybrooke,* 'Stnd Lt, 17 Dec. 12; X^29Aprily 18; 

Copt. P 6 March, 23 ; Mqj. p 27 Feb. 35 ; Lt.-CoL 26 Jan. 44 ; Col, 20 June 54. 
lfq/or«.— Peter Bennet Reyne,29uf Lt. 28 Sept 18; Lt, 15 Dec. 22 ; Capt, p21 

Dec. 26; £r<».-Jlfq;.23 Nov. 41 ; ilf<{;. 20 Jiuie, 45; Brev.Lt-CoLU Not. 51. 
William TwiBleton Layard,' 2iu< Lieut. P22 Feb. 33 ; JE^tfu^. P22 Nov. 36; Capt, 

P 16 Aug. 39 ; Mt^or, p 28 Sept, 47. 



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Captains. 2nd hbut. 

9 ^SSi Thomas Llllle^ 
JamesMitchellMacdonald 
Edward John Holworthy 
Qeorge Richard Campsie 
BenJ. Bloomfield Keane 

Robert Wat»on« 

William Chas. Vanderspar 
Chas.Theophilns Clement 
Donald Duncan Graham 

Henry John Bews 

Lionel Hook' 

Cornelius Chas. Dumford* 
Edw. Frederick Tranchell 
Macartney Hume Oldfleld^ 

LiBUTBNANTS. 

James Alexander Fraser 

David Stewart". 

Cha. QasperD. Annesley*^ 

Samuel Sharpe 

William Robert Gray. . . . 
Geo. Adolphus Tranchell 
Alfi«d Jn. Douglas Smith 
Chas. Caldwell Grantham 
Marr Ward 

Wm. Joseph Gorman ,a4/. 
Richard Henry Brook'.. 
Alez.MazweURutherford' 
Walter Henry Long 
R.SeymourCroztonSiUery 
Rupert Campbell Watson 
Second Libutbnants. 
James Campbell Fielding 
Irving Francis Kennedy 
Gother Mann Parsons . . 

James Meaden 

WUliamPoUock 

Henry Edward Watson. . 
John Codd Conington . . 
Simpson Hackett Hobbs 
George Edmond Francis 

Francis Ball 

Thomas Tyler Gould .... 
Robert Beatty Henderson 
Thos. Geo. O'D. Hervey 



1 Oct. 12 

26 Oct. 30 

P 12 Feb. 36 

5 Nov. 12 

8 May 35 

7 July 37 

P 16 Aug. 39 

P 24 Sept. 41 

P 23 Aug. 44 

22 July 42 

5 Sept. 34 

10 Feb. 43 

30 May 43 

26 Nov. 41 

27 Oct. 43 

7 Nov. 42 
1 Nov. 42 

8 Nov. 42 
7 April43 

20 June 45 

P 16 Dec. 45 

16 Sept. 45 

12 Jan. 47 

13 Jan. 47 
15 Jan. 47 
16JaD. 47 

P 18 Dec. 47 
7 Jan. 48 

9 Mar. 49 



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BRET.-MAJ. 



17 July 15 7 Dec. 38 1 11 Nov. 51 
P 29 July 36 P 9 May 45 
P 25 Jan. 30 p 17 Oct. 45 

14 July 14 8 Jan. 47 
Pll Jan. 39 do. 

29 Jan. 42 2 Mar. 47 
9 Oct. 42 P28Sept.47 

30 May 43 18 May 49 
P 16 Sept. 45 P 15 Nov. 50 

l6AprU45 12 Sept. 51 

4 Dec. 38 27 April 49 

8 June 45 30 July 52 

20 June 45 28 Jan. 53 

P 15 Mar. 44 15 Mar. 53 



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47 

47 



P 8 Aug. 45 
Pll Nov. 45 

11 Oct. 

8 Jau. 

do 

9 Jan. 
P 28 Sept. 47 

23 Oct. 47 
P 7 July 48 

12 Sept. 51 

13 Sept. 51 
30 July 52 

P 12 Oct. 52 

P 26 Nov. 52 

21 Sept. 54 



10 Apr. 49 

P 18 May 49 

17 Oct. 51 

27 Feb. 52 

30 July 52 

P 17 Dec. 52 

P 18 Dec. 52 

P 19 Dec. 52 

P 22 Apr. 53 

P 21 Oct. 

P 13 Dec. 

P 20 Jan. 

13 Oct. 



4 Mi^or LiUie serred in the 
Peninralafrom Dec. 1813 to the 
end of the war, including the 
croMing of the Zadino;battle of 
Vittoria ; blockade of Pampe- 
luna from fith to 18th July ; 
pastofRoncetvallet, 28tb Julj, 
battle of Pampeluna, 88th /nly. 
NlTelle, NiTO (0th to 18Ui Dec.) 
OiihesCieTerelj wounded), and 
ToulouM. Present at Water- 
loo on the 18th June, and at the 
ttormlngof Gambraj. He hae 
received the War Medal and 
•ix clasps. He commanded a 
detachment, consisting of 800 
of the 16th Begiment and Cey- 
lon Rifles, in defieating the 
insurgents at Matole on the 
80th July, during the suppres- 
sion of the rebellion in the 
Kandian ProTinces in 1848. 
S Captain Watson serrsd the eampaiipBS of 1814 
sad 1& is HolUnd and the Netheriands, induding 
the actions at Menem and bombardment of Antwerp. 
Captain Hook served with the 0th Begt. 
throughout the campaign of 1848 In Aff^ha- 
nistan (Medal), under Sir Qeorge PoUock, and 
was present at the forcing of the Khyber Pass, 
storming of Mamookail, storming the heighli 
of Jugdulluck, aflUr in the Teseen Valley, 
storming of the Teseen and Huft Khotul Moun- 
tains, occupation of Cabool, expedition into 
Kohistan, storm, capture, and destruction of 
Istaliff. He served as adjutant of the 0th Begt. 
the campaign of 1845-6 on the Sutl^, and was 
present in the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah 
(horse shot under him), and Sobraon, for which 
he has received a Medal and two Clasps. 



I CoLBrnbioofce served at the eapture of the Kandian tenitorietin ISH.and in the Kandian rebellion in 1817 and 1^ 

3 Maior Lajard was in the Royal Navy for nearly four years before he entered the Army, and served in 
the Bormese irmr, having been present at the taking of Bangoon, thecaptore of Syriam, and various other 
eocacements: after which he accompanied the combined Naval and Military Expedition up the Bassein 
river! and was present at the capture of Negraes and Bassein ; has received the Medal for Ava. Com- 
manded the troops in the district of Komegalle, Ceylon, during the rebelUon of 1848. 

7 Captain Oldfleld served with the Mrd Regt. in the Pui^aub campaign in 1840, and was present at the 

^8 Cant. Diiurnford. Lts. Brook and Butherfonl, served with Capt. Lillie's detachment, in deflating the 
insarmtsat Matole on 88th July, during the suppression of the rebellion in the Kandian Provinces in 1848. 
l« ttaut. Stewart was present wiA the " Buft- in die batUe of Panniar, and lua reeeivea the Bronse Star. 

II Lieut Annesley served with a detachment of 80 of the Ceylon Rifles, which defeated the insurgents 
in the first and second attack on Komegalle on the 80th and Blst July, daring the suppression of the re- 
bellion in the Kandian Provinces in 1848. 



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Paymatter. — Henry Dudley^ 5 Mar. 52. 
A4futani,'-Lieut. William Joseph Gorman, 21 Sept. 54. 
Quarter^Master.^ThomBB Miller,*^ 8 Jaly 58; 2nd Lieui. 11 Feb. 48. 
Surffean.^^hmeB Stuart, 22 Dec. 48; A8»iit.»Sura, 6 July, 88. 
Assist, -Surgs,-^ohn M*Grigor Aug. Thomas Croft, 28 Aug. 45. 
Joseph John Thompson, 14 July 54. 

Regimentals Oresn-^Facings Black.— ii^«fi^. Sir John Kirkland. 

mMUr Miller Mnred in the 08th with the Ezpeditionarj Foroe in the riTer Yanf-tie-KI«i 
in Chine (Medal), and was present at the captofe of Chin Klang Poo, and at the inTeetment of Nankin. 



4 Lieut.-Colonel Oarer terved throughout the Kaffir war of 1841} and 47, during which he had a horae 
wounded under him. He also served throughout the war of 180O>51^9, In which ho was slightly wounded, 
and had a horse killed under him. For the ahove eerTlces he was promoted to the Breret rank of Lt.-Ool. 

8 Capt. Campbell serred as a volunteer, and afterward! as a proTlslonal ensign In the Cape M. R. 
throughout the Kaffir campaign of 1886. In 1844 he proceeded in command of a troop to Port Natal, and 
was engaged against the revolted Zoola chief Todo. In Sept. I848| he commanded three squadrons at Bloom 
Fountain, and advanced to Wlmborgh for the suppression of the Dutch Boor rebellion. Served thionghoat 
the Kaffir war of 1861-69-08, Including the operationa in the Amatolas. paisage of and operations aeroas 
the Kle In Dec 1868, and other desultonr operations. Commanded a squadron with the force under Sir 
Oeorge Cathcart against the Baralong Chief Moaeeh, In Dec 1869 and Jan. 1868, which service concluded 
the war. Re received a serious injurj while actively engaired against the enemy at Buflhlo Poet, 87 Feb. 
1868, by the dislocation of the right ankle and firacture of the bone of the leg. 

Lleut«-Col. Bisset aerved through the Kaffir war of 1886-0, first as a volunteer under Sir H. Smith (then 
Col. Smith), and aubsequently u Eoslgn and Lieut, in a battalion of Native Infantry ; on their reduction, 
he was appointed to an Ensigncy in the Gape Mounted Riflemen, dated 7th Feb. 1840, In Jan. 1841 he 
was one of the officers aeleeted by Sir O. Napier to proceed with the expedition overland to Natal, under 
command of Mi^or Smith; on which expedition he lost his right thumb by the explosion of a powder-flask. 
He was Field Ai^utant to a division of troops proceeding to Colesberg in Dec 1849 to suppresa a rebellion 
of the Boers. He served through the Kaffir war of 1846-fl-7, at the commenoement of which he wae 
appointed Deputy Aasist. Qr.-Master-General. Was present at the battle of the Owanga, and all the minor 
ailUra with the Kaffirs, and was twice slightly wounded. He was repeatedly thanked in General Orders 
by sneoesslve General Officers, and Anally received his brevet rank of M%)or for bfs services daring the 
campaign. At the dose of the war, he was appointed Brigade*M%)or of British Kaffirarla ; and on the 
bpeaking out of the war in 1860 he was severely wounded in the first engagement with the enemy in the 
Amatola Mountains. 

10 Capt. Bramly served in the Kaffir war in 1847 ; and in the action with the insurgent Boers at Boem 
Plaats, 80 Aug. 1848. He served also throughout the Kaffir war of 1861-68-68 ; was severely wounded in 
the action in the Water kloof, 4 March 1869, and horse shot at fierea, 80 Deoember following. 

11 Capt. Kenyon served the campaign of 1814 In the Peninsula with the Household Brigade. Also the 
campaign of 1816, including the battle of Waterloo. 

19 Capt. Knight served the SutleJ campaign of 1845-6 with the Iflth Lancers, and was proaent at the 
aflhlr of Buddiwal, and in the battles of AUwal and Sobraon (Medal and one clasp). Be alio served la the 
Kaffir war of 1847, with the 7th Dragoon Guards, and, towards the close of hostilities, commanded the 
Cavalry Escort of Sir Harry Smith. Also served, during the Kaffir war of 1861-9-8, with the Cape M. 
Riflemen, and at diflioreBt times again commanded the Cavalry Escort of Sir Uarry Smith, and sub' 
sequently that of his successor, Sir George Cathcart. 

18 Capt. Sails served throughout the Kaffir war of 1840 and 47. Also in the acUon with the insnigent 
Boers at Boem Plaats, where he was dangerously wounded, and had his horse shot under him. 

14 Capt. McDonnell served throughout the Kaffir war of 1846 and 47, during which he commanded seve- 
ral suceessfv' «kirmlshlng parties. Led the successftil attack under Sir Q«orge Berkeley against e large body 
of Kaffirs powted In one of their strongest positions at the Sohoto Mountain, where they treacherously mur- 
dered M^Jor Baker and four other officers two days previously. Was present In the action with and defeat 
of the Insurgent Boers at Boem PlaaU 88th Aug. 1848, and on M^Jor Armstrong being severely wounded 
he commanded the Cape M. Riflemen during the latter part of the eugagemenL 

16 Captain Goodrich served during the Kaffir war of 1868^, and commanded the detachment of cavalry 
with Colonel Byrne's oolumn at the action of Berea, 10 Dec 1868. 

10 Capt. Malnwaring served with the detachment (Olst) in the action with the Rebel Boers, at Boem 
Plaats, 89 Aug. 1848. 

17 LleuL Boyes served throughout the Kafiir war of 1846 and 47, indodlng the action of the Gwaaga. 

18 Lieot. Bourke served In the Kaffir war of 1860-61 (Medal), and in the two following years in the 
Orange River Tttrrltory> where he ooamauded several successftU patrols. 

19 Lieut. Harvey served with the Cape Mounted Riflemen on several commandos agabat the Kaffir 
tribes, between 1887 and 1884. Throughout the Kaffir war of 1884-86, including the engagement in Bush- 
man River Ports 16th Jan. 1885, several others in the Trompeter's Port, pursuit and capture of the Chief 
Boko. Served with Colonel Somerset's division during the Kaffir war of 1840, and present at every en- 
gagement in which the division was in, Including the battle of the Gwanga. 

81 Ueut. Bell served throughout the Kaffir war of 1860-51-68 on the staff of Mi^or-General Somerset, 
commanding the 1st Division, and was present In every engagement with the division j commanded a de- 
tachment of Cape Mounted Rifles at the Kafllr attack on Fort r 



enemy were repulsed with great loes. 
1 Lieut, r •• • 



Bare and Alice, 91 Jan. 1861, when the 



89 lileut. Green served in the BLaffir war In 1847, and was severely wounded when commanding the rear 
guard on 90th November. Served also throughout the Kaffir war of 1851-69-68, the first six months as 
Aide^e*Carap to Mi^or General Somerset, was then appointed Deputy Assistant Quartermaster General to 
the Itt Division, and in July 1868 was appointed to the same situation with the head-quarters of the Oom« 
maader of the Forces, Lieut.-Gen. Catlicart. 

88 Bnalgn Fowler served throi^hout the Kaffir war of 1861-68, and was present at the taking of Port 
Armstrong, the operations in the Waterkloof, the Amatolas, and other actions of the 1st Division. Whilst 
on doty with his Regt. in the Amatolas he received serious iqjuries which obliged him to return to England. 



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Cape Mounted Riflemen. 159 

"CAPE OF GOOD HOPE." 
Lieut, 'CoUmeU, — William 6ntton,< Bn$, p6 June 27 ; Li&^, P16 Mar. 30- 

Capt, P80 July 36; Brev.-Mt^, 9 Not. 46; Mttfor. p6 Oct 48: Brm>^ 

Lt'CoL 16 Sept. 48 ; Lt,-Col. 11 Nov. 61 ; Col. 28 Nov. 64. 
Chariee Henry Somerset,* JBns. p30 July 36; LietU. 30 Sept. 39; Capt, 8 

Jan. 47 ; AfqjoTf p 17 Hay 50 ; Lt.- Col. p 28 Jan. 53. 
Mqjors. — ^Thomas Donovan^' Stu. 15 Mar. 27 ; Lieut. 16 May 33 • Capt 19 

Nov. 41 ; Srev^'Mqjor, 16 Sept. 48 ; M<0ar, 1 1 Nov. 61, 
George Jackson Carey/ #. Bfu. p 22 July 45 ; Lieut. 1 Apr, 47 5 Cap^. p6 Oct. 

48 ; Mqj. P 28 Jan. 53 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 28 May 53. 



Captains. 
J. Armstrong,^ U. 28 May 58 

Thomas Hare^ 

Frederick Campbell^ 
J. J. Bisset,^ 2.C. 28 May 68 
RichardJenningsBramly'^ 
9 913iA.P. Kenyon>i.. 
Arnold More Knight^* . . 

Joseph Sails'* 

John M'Donnell" 

Thomas White Goodrich" 
Edward G. Mainwaring'^ 
Charles Van Notten Pole 

LlBUTENANTS. 

James Fischal Boyes*^ . . 

John Harvey*' 

John Bourke*^ 

Chas. Harland Bell,» a4^' 
Henry James Palmer . . 
Edward Lister Greeu** . . 
Wm. Benj.CroftGoodison' 

Francis Smyth^ • 

Ralph Lovel Thursby 
Thomas John Lucas . . 

Godfrey Clerk 

Walter Henry Gill.... 
William Henry Peel . . 

Ensigns. 
Arthur Robert Fowler** 
Daniel Mackenzie .... 
John Ponsonby Cox . . 

Richard Borke 

ArthurGonneBell-Martin 
Chas. Studdert Maunsell 
James Clephane Minto . . 
Edward Alexander Lynar 
Charles B. Marshall . . 
John Charles Kingsley 



ENSION. 



P 28 Oct. 37 
27 Mar. 35 

2 Mar. 39 
7 Feb. 40 

P 5 Mar. 47 

24 June 13 
P 14 Feb. 45 

10 May 44 
P28 Jnue44 
P23June48 

9 Apr. 47 
never 

3 Jan. 45 

25 Aug. 46 
P 30 June 43 

24 Mar. 43 
12 Jan. 47 
22 Jan. 47 

11 Jan. 47 
3 Apr, 47 

P 1 Aug, 48 

P 6 Oct. 48 

6 Dec. 61 

16 Feb. 49 

P14 June50 

P 12 July 50 
16 May 51 
21 Nov. 61 

18 June 52 
P 27 Aug. 52 
P 18 Feb. 53 

19 Aug. 53 
10 Mar. 54 

P 7 Jane 64 
P 24 Nov. 54 



lilBUT. 



7 Feb. 40 
6 Nov. 38 

P 16 Feb. 41 
16 Feb. 44 

P31 Mar. 48 
84 June 13 
29 Jan. 46 

8 Jan. 47 

8 Jan. 47 
Pll April 51 
P 13 Apr. 49 
1^14 Aug. 46 

22 Jan. 47 

1 Apr. 47 

9 Sept. 45 

2 Sept. 44 
1 Aug. 48 

6 Oct. 48 
p21 May 50 

7 Aug. 51 
P 14 May 52 
P 28 Jan. 53 
P 25 Mar. 53 

25 Aug. 54 
P24 Nov. 64 



CAPTAIN. 



BRBV.-MAJ. 



22 Dec. 48 



16 Sept. 48 



8 Jan. 47 

1 Apr. 47 

1 Apr. 47 

lApr. 47 

P21 May 60 

26 May 44 

PI6N0V. 49 

7 Aug. 51 

11 Nov. 51 

P28Jan. 53 

P 24 Aug. 52 

P24Aug.52 

fl LCCol. SottM 
camp to l4kKW>G«B. Sir Oeois* B«r, 
keley daring the lueeeiaftil opem* 
tibns against the Kaffln. in 1847. 

6 Lient^Col. AnDatrong was ap- 
pointed Provliioiial Ens. C. M. Xiflea 
19th Mar. 18t6, and Mmd thrangh. 
out the Kafflr war of that period. 
He was present In the attack on the 
AmatoU April 1841^ and lerred on 
the Staff of Mi()or-Oeoeral Bomar. 
let during the war of that period, 
ai Field A4intant, and subieqnentlf 
as Aide<dc-Caxnp, and wu present 
at the action of the Owanga. Oom< 
id three sqnadnma of the C. 



M. Eifles under Sir Baatr tnith 
against the rebel Boers over the 
Orange River, and was In the action 
at Boem PlaaU SSth August 1848, 
where he was severelf wounded and 
had his horse shot under him, for which he recciTed 
the rank of Brevet-H^ior. Was selaetcd by Sir Harrjr 
Smith to form and eommand a eorps of Irr^^^r Uorse 
(•* Armstrong*! Horse") daring tho war of 186S.S, 
and was on scTeral occasions mentioned in general 
orders, baring commanded detachmants in various 
snccesafblaiairs aninst the enemy, for which ha re. 
ceiTcd tha rank of BreTatLieiit.-Golonel. 



7 Ospt. Bare, Llouts. Ooodlson, snd Smyth 
lenred in the Kafilrwar in 1847. 



Payma9ter.-^o\iii Gregory Gumey, 6 May 63, 
il<&'u^an^.*-Charles Harland Bell,'* 8 March 50. 
Quarter-Af<ue€r.<— William Bimkln, 7 June 54 ; Eiu. 16 April 62. 
Surgeon.-^ameB Clephane Minto, 30 Jane, 43; Auist^-Surg. 29 Jnly, 30; 

Hospital Assistant^ 29 March, 27. 
Assitt.'Surgeons.'-WilMBan Singleton, M.D. 10 July, 46. 
Henry Bolton Hassard, 14 March 61. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — John Kingsley, 29 March, 1839. 

Begimentals Qreerx. — Faeingt Blsui\i.^^Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 

1 Llent-Col. Sutton served throoghout the Kaffir war of 1846 and 47. 

8 Mi^or Donovan aerred against the Fitcani tribe in 1888 under Colonel Somerset Commanded an 
adTanced post in the Neutral terrltorj. Cape of Good Ho|,e, in 1888 and 88. Served ofolnst the iniur- 
gent Boers iu 1845. Was aetivelv emplojed throughout the whole of the Kafflr war of 1846 and 47, and 
eommanded the advanced guard in forcing the passage of the Fish River Jungle from Fort Peddle to 
Trompeter't Drift in Maj 184e» when the troops were engaged with the whole of Pato'i tribe for upwards of 
three hours : previous to the action on the Owanga he led as a volunteer a small party into tb« Jungle, where 
be had a personal rencontre with four armed Kaffirs (the Chief Zeto and one of his capUins being of the 
party), two of whom he slew single handed. For his services he received the brevet rank of M^Jor. 

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Colonel, — ^The Lieut-General Commanding the Forces in Canada, for the time heina- 
£^.-Co/.— Percy HUI, JBns. p 24 April 35; Lieut, p 5 Oct 38; Capt. p 23 Jan. 46; 

Mqfor, P22 Oct. 50 ; Lt.-Col. p29 Dec. 54. 
Jfq/or.— JameB Nicol Holmes, JSns. 17 July 41 ; Lieut. p5 July 44 ; Capt. p 5 Nov. 

47 ; Mqjor, P29 Dec. 54. 



CAPTAiirs. 
Edward Stopford CIaremont,«. 
Digby St. Vincent Hamilton 

John Barnard Geale 

George Seton 

Fitz William WallLcr 

Kenn. Mackenzie MofTatt • • • 

Lieutenants. 
William Henry Sharpe^o^^'.. 

JohnWeyland 

Edward Benjamin Wilson . . . 
Windsor Henry Humphreys 
W. Aug. Myrton Cunynghame 
George Migrnan Innes . . • • 

Edward WoUey 

Ensigns. 

Charles Douglas 

Thomas Tayler 

Robert George Macdonald 
Charles Richard Williams 
William Fleming Marson . . 



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21 July 41 
P 28 July 38 
P31 Dec. 30 
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22 July 41 

23 July 41 
14 Jan. 42 

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8 May 46 

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P 13 May 53 

21 Aug. 49 

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5 May 54 

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9 Nov. 46 

23 AprU 53 

21 Feb. 52 

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29 Dec. 54 



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14 Apr. 
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23 April 53 

9 Aug. 54 

P 29 Dec. 54 

9 Pajmaster Wardell, prariout to eatorlng the 
Army, serred five yean ai a Hidthlpman in the 
Royal Nary, and wae at the capture of Java in 
1811 (Medal)» and alio upon the expedition to 
Palembang, Sumatra, In the year following. He 
has lost his right arm fh>m a eontusioa recelv«d 
in the naval service. 



PaywuM^er.— Wm. Henry Wardell,* 18 Dec. 28 ; JSne. 15 Aug. 15 ; Lieut. P21 Fob. 82. 
A<yutant. — Lieut. William Henry Sharpe, 29 Dec. 54. 
Quarter^Master. — ^James Baxter, 15 July 35. 

i^Mr^awi.— John Maitland,M.D., 3 Dec. 41 ; A.-Surg. 12 June, 28 ; H.-A. 16 Dec 2a 
AeHttant'Surgemu—^BAYfBX^ Wm. Clemishaw Kin^om, M.D., 25 Feb. 48. 
Regimeniali Green.— JFViciii^ Scarlet.— ily«n^, Sir John Kirkland. 



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Lieutenant'Colonel^BonUo Nelson Vigors,* Ens. p 12 Apr. 27 ; Lieut. Pll Aug, 
29; Capt.P27 Mar. 35 : Maj. 20 Dec. 42 ; Lt.-Col. 15 Dec. 43; Col. 20 June 54 

Jif^or.— Thomaa Faunce,* Em. 5 April, 27; Lieui. p 12 Nov. 29: Capt. p 22 
Jnne, 37 ; Mqjor, p 17 May, 50. 



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Captains, 

C. H. Marechaux 

Wm.Forbes Macbean 

Henry Gahan 

Robert Alexander London .... 

Frederick Rice Stack 

Lieutenants. 

Henry Robert Cowell 

Joseph Hayes, s 

John H.Prenderville 

WiUiam Henry Hole 

William Corn well 

Ensigns. 

James Scott Helps 

Edmund Charles Barnes .... 
Thomas Conway Lloyd, a4f. . . 

Henry Tayler 

Adolphus William Campbell 
Jno. Baldwin Hainault Rainier 



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7 July 37 
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P 16 Sept. 45 

1 June 39 

16 AprU 42 

10 Feb. 43 

10 Nov. 43 

P26 May 48 

4 May 49 

8 June 49 
P 14 June 50 
P 18 April 51 
P 25 June 52 

18 Feb. 63 
P 16 Dec. 53 



6 Apr. 26 

7 Jan. 42 
P 15 June 32 

8 June 49 
7 Jan. 42 



1 Mar. 44 

17 Aug. 48 

18 Aag. 48 
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5 Aug. 53 



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5 Aug. 42 
8 June 49 
P 6 Mar. 40 
P 25 June 52 
5 Aug. 53 
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20 June 54 
11 Not. 51 



YiKort served 
throughout the campabnifl of 
1838 and 30 in Affghanlstan. 
Commanded the tiro flank 
companlet of the ISth Light 
Inflwtnr, which formed a part 
of the force under Sir Robert 
Sale tent in pursuit of the ruler 
^, , of Candahar, brother of the 

king of Cabool ; erosied the rapid Helmond 
with eighteen men (the advance) on a small 
raft, landed close to the Fort of Olriskh, which 
was found Just racated bj the enemj. He com- 
manded the left flank company of the IStb, with 
the forlorn hope, under Col. Dennie, at the 
storm and capture of the fort of Ghuiaee(Heda]), 
and was also present at the capture of Cabool, 
and in other minor afiklrt. 



At^utant.^Ens. Thomas Conway Lloyd, 26 Nov. 52, 
Quarter- Master. —John Hobson Wright, 26 July 53. 
5wr^.— John Mulllns, 6 Oct. 54 ; Assit.-Surg. 13 Oct. 43. 
Assistant Surgeon.— Thomea GoUock Furlonge, 11 Aug. 54. 
Facings Buft.— Agent, 5tr John Kirkland. 
T t^auncacommanded the Light Company of the 4tb at the racaptura of the Fort of Kep«tui«e91iC I^b. 1841. 



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Oct 21 ; Mqforj P29 Aug. 34; LteuL-CoL 2 Feb. 44. ; Col. 20 June, 54. 



Captains. 

Ricbard Saunders 

Edward d' Alton' 

Martin Petrie 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Jobn Gillespie, $ 

Walter Saxton Bold . . . 
Cbarles Frederick l^ler 
William John Coen . . . 
Henry M*Mabon Eagar 
S. Blomefield Kekewich 

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Richard Alex. Law, Adj.. 

George Priestly 

Arthur Saunders QnlU 
Euston John Cox 



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13 June 30 

14 April 46 

31 May 39 

6 Aug. 41 

12 Dec. 43 

23 Feb. 44 

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30 Mar. 49 
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26 Oct. 41 20 June 54 
P 20 Sept. 39 11 Nov. 51 
P 6 May 54 

S M ^jor d'AIton Mrred in 
the SSrd daring the topprettion 
of the Inanrrectlon in Lower 
Canads in I8S7; abo in re- 
pelling the atueks of the 
American Brigands who landed 
near Praioott, Upper Canada 
in 1888. 



5 May 54 
At(iutant. — Ens. Richard Alexander Law, 11 April 51. 
5ttr^.— Sandford M'Vittie Uoyd, M.D., 22 Dec. 48 ; Aasist.'Surg. 5 Mar. 41. 
Assistant'Surgeini.^QilbeH Wm. Spence,M.D., 3 April, 49. 
Facings Blue.— Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 
1 CoLLawsenred with the TltiRegt. on Sir J. Moore's retreat at Lugo andCorunna, In 1808-0; at the 



siege of Flushing, in 1800; subieqaently in the Peninsula, including the alTair at Sobral, Massena's retreat, 
battle of Foentee IVOnorpSd and 6th May 1811 (wounded in two places) ; covering 1st and Sd sieges of 
Bad^i, actions at Arroja de Molino and Almaras, defence of Alba de Tonnes, battles of the Pyrenees 



i cnptnteof enemy's conToy at Ellsonda, in July 1818; battle of the NiTe, aHUr at Cambo, employed 
in an armed boat at Urt on the river Adour, battle near Bayonne ISth Dec. 1818, aflkirs at Hellette, 
Airivarette, St. Palais, and Aire; battle of Orthes, and aflUr at Tarbes, where he was severely wounded. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo— severely wounded and horse killed 
by a cannon-shot. Served afterwards with the army of occupation in France. " * . .. ~. 

Medal with six clasps. 



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William Mayne 

Henry Bird 

JohnM'Coort^ 

LlBUTBNANTS. 

Thomas Cochrane . . • • 
Joseph Brownell. ..... 

Charlea Fox Duke, Ad(f 
Aylmer Strangford Craig^ 
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George ClarlLO 

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James Taylor 

Jas. Trevor W. Andrews 



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25 Apr. 45 
10 Sept. 51 
24 June 53 
18 Nov. 53 

3 Feb. 54 
6 July 52 

4 Feb. 54 



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10 Feb. 53 

4 Feb. 54 

24 Feb. 54 

25 Feb. 54 
28 April 54 

26 Oct. 54 



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9 Sept. 
9 Sept. 



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16 June 54 

11 Aug. 54 

IDec. 54 

Aiffutant.— Lieut. Charles Fox Duke, 25 Feb. 54. 

^ur^tfon.— Peter Henry Roe, 27 May 53 ; Assist.'Surg. 3 Sept. 47. 

Facings Blue. — Agent, Sir John Kirldand. 

1 Capcain M<Conrt served with an ezpedlUon 86 mfles up the Gambia in 1848, which stormed and 
destroyed the fortified town of Bambecoo, Oth May $ attacked and partially destroyed the fortified town of 
Xeemlnf • 7th May ; and defeated the enemy in an action on the plains of Qusnella. He also served with 
a detachment of the Sod and Srd West India Begts. in the combined attack of a British and French naval 
and land fbree under Commodore Fanshawe, in ^the attack and total defeat of pirates at the island of 
Beals,Jete River, Western Africa, 19th Dec. 1840. 

S Lient.Oralc served with the SSod Regt. in the Satl^ Campaign In 1845, and was present at the battle 
of Peroasehah (MedalX where lie was severely wounded by a cannon ball, causing amputation of the right 



4 UmL Pisco 

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CouuANDANT.—CSoZofi^I William Hassall Eden, Upatt. 
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LieutenanU ColcneU. 

Hy. Jervis, Ens. 19 Dec. 11 ; Lt, 89 Dec. 14 ; Capt, p 19 Sept. 26 ; Bt. Ufaj, 

33 Nov. 41 ; Mqj'. ^27 Bept. 42; Lieut.^CoL p8 March, 60 ; CoL 98 Nov.M. 

Robert Newton Phillips,* Ens. p 27 May 30 ; Lieut, p 2 Oct. 40 ; Capt. p 12 Jan, 44 • 

Afq/. P 17 Oct. 41 ; Brev. LU-Col, 28 May 63 ; Lieut.-Col 29 July 63. 

Staff Captain. 

Henry Jackson, Ens. p 6 April, 31; Lt. p 20 Sept. 33; Capt. 27 Dec. 42.; 

Brevet'MqjoTf 20 June, 64. 
Acting A4jutant.^Limxt. St. John, 60th F. 
QtULTter^MoMtsr. — James Menzies, 4 May 49; Ent. 27 April 49. 
Surgeon. — ^Andrew Maclean, M.D.,1 March, 44; Auiit.^Surg.^Oct.^Z. 
Paymaster of Indian Depots. — James Macdonald, 1 May 82. 
Paymaster qf British DepoU.—DsjAfM Bartlett, 1 Aug. 64. 
Agent, Sir John Kirkland. 

Invalid Depot. 
Staff Captain.— ^WL Henry Anderson,* Ens. 22 July 13; Lieut. 15 June 15; 

Capt. 12 Feb. 36 ; Brevet-Mnjor, 9 Nov. 46. ; Lt.-Col. 20 June, 64. 
i44/Mfanf.— George Rand,» Ens. 8 March 39 ; Lieut. 17 May 41 ; A^\ 24 Jan. 46. 
Paymaster.—}^ Francis Edward Leech,* 19 Nov. 07. 



1 Lt-Col. Phillips served with the 4Srd Light Infantry in the Kafflr war of 18A1-8| and was promoted 
BwTet Lt.-Col. for bis services. 

t Lt.-Gol. Anderson served the campaigns of I8U and 15 In Holland and the Netherlands, Including the 
aetlon at Merzem, bombardment of Antwerp, storming of Bergen-op-Zoom, and actions at Qnatre Bras and 
Waterloo. Severely wounded at Waterloo by a musket-ball, which broke the left shoulder, passed through 
the lungs, and made its exit at the back, breaking the scapula. 

S Ueut. Rand served with the 40th throughout the operations In Ohlna. 

4 Paymaster Leech served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1818 to the end of the war, Indnding the Passage 
of the Bldasnoa, the battles of Nivelle 10th Nov., and Nive 0th, 10th, 11th, and 19th Dec. 1819, and 
blockade of Bayonne. Served also at the escalsde of Boq) BooJ In Cuteli, March 1810, and ut the siege of 
Rhas-el-Kbyma, and of Zoa In tbe Persian Oulf In 1810 and 20. He was present also at Sobraon (Medal). 
He haa received the War Medal with two clasps. 

CAVALRY DEPOT AT MAIDSTONE. 

CoMMAif DANT,— CotonfiZ F. C. Griffiths, 10 Hussars. 

As8i8T.-C0MM.— CoL Charles Wm. Morley Haiders, C.B. Unatt. 

Patmastbk.— Cap*. WiUiam Castle, 16 Feb. 29; Ens.26JM. 16; Lieut. 7 April 

fc; Cap*. P 10 June 26. 
RIDING-MASTER. — * Brevet -Mcijor L. C. A. Meyer, 1 May 26. 
QuARTBR-MA8TBR.—John Swiudley, 1 Nov. 39. 
VBTBRiif ARY SuROBON.—Charles Curtis Brett, 8 March 33. 
AcTiNO Adjutant. — Lieut, Cuthbert, 10 Hussars. 

Principal Yetbrinart Surgeon.— John Wilkinson, 12 July 54; Vet. Surg. 

27 April 26, Clapham Rise. 

CONSOLIDATED DEPOTS OF CAVALRY, 

Canterbury and Brighton. 
Libut.-Colonbl.— CoZtffUi/ Henry Fred. Bonham, Unatt. 
Major. — Bret>et Lt. -Colonel James McQueen, Uuatt. 
Adjutant.— 5r«i'c* Lt.'Colonel Aug. Fred. Blyth, h.p. 6 W.I. Regt. 
pATMA8TBR.-*Cliarles Francis Gregg, 9 June 54 ; Ens. 16 Dec. 31 ; Lt. 14 Feb. 34. 
Quartbr-Ma8ter.— Tliomas Smith, 26 June 35. 
Vbtbrinart Surgeon.— Herbert Hallen, 3 Aug. 80. 



Netobridge. 
liXBUT-CoLONBL.— Co/. John Charles Hope Olbsone, Unatt. 
Major,— ifq/or William Clarke, Unatt. 
Adjutant.— Cflp^atn John Mullen, Unatt. 

Pay master.- William Betson,^ 20 June 54 ; (Quarter-Master, 1 Not. 36. 
Quarter-Master. — John Thompson, 3 Oct. 48. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — 

1 Pajmsater Betton wr? ed at th« tiege and capturt of Bhurtport ia 18M-t6 (Ifadal). 

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Ift Xitfu^.-C^Jon^Z.— Randal Rumley, Comet, p30 Dec* 24; Xim^ p8 Oct, 25- 
Cap*. P 14 Ang. 27 ; Brevet- Mqf or, 23 Nov. 41 j Major, 26 July 44 .' 
iieM*.-Co/. P21July, 48 : CoZ. 28 Nov. 64. ' 

*ft lf<(/<>r.— Ferdinand White/ CB. Stu. P2 Nov. 26; X*. 10 Nov. 31; Capt.P7 
Aug. 40 ; Brev.'Mpj. 23 Dec. 42 ; M^j. 31 Jan. 61 ; Breo. Lt,'Col, 20 June 64. 
ul£{;«ton^— John Chester,^ 7 AprQ 64; ^n*. P2 Oct, 40: Lieui. PI Julv 42- 
Cop/. P3 Dec. 47. ^ ' 

^ AseUtant Adiiviant, ^Captain Hercules Atkin Welman, 4th Foot. 
Payma$ter.'-WS9^ Francis Feneran,' 16 Dec. 37 ; Qr. -Master, 1 Dec. 23. 
Quarter^Masier.— John Cowell, 20 Oct. 43. 

Surgeon.— Jm. T.Oswald Johnston, M.D. 29 Dec. 46; AseUt,- Surg. S Aug, 38. 
Asiist.-Surg.-^'BTBB. Stephen Bennet Francois de Chaumont, M.D. 28 April 64. 

Walmer Battalion* 
Lieut.-CoUmei^^YLetaj Eyre, Em. p28 Aug. 17 ; Lieui. P20 April 26 ; Capt. 

P3 April 28 ; Mqj. P 17 Feb. 37 ; Xaeut.^Col. 17 March 43; Col. 20 June 64. 
3fi|;0r.— William Devonish Deverell/ Bne. 4 May 16; Lieut. 16 Nov. 20; 

Capt. 7 April 37 ; Mqjor, 6 March 47; Brev.-Lieut.-Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
AtHfutant.^AleT. Aberoromby Nelson/ 7 April 64 ; Ene. P 6 March 36 ; Lieut. 

P 16 March 39 ; Capt. p 31 July 46. 
Pflymflffer.— James Fagan,« 21 Aug. 49; Qr.-Matter, 19 Jan. 38. 
Quarter-Master.— Thomsia Williamson, 22 Nov. 44. 
5ur^««m.— Alexander Qibb/ M.D. 18 Sept. 49; Assitt-Surg. 10 Jan. 40. ' 
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Winchester Battalion. 
Lieut.'CoUmel.—'Eltray Phipps Raymond, Ena. 9 April 26; Lieut, p 17 Mar. 87 ; 

Capt. P21 March 34; Brevet-Mqjor, 9 Nov. 46; Mqior, p17 Dec. 47: 

£»«£*.-CoZ.Pl7 Jan. 61. 
ITq/or.— William Slater, Ent. 9 Sept 12; Lieut. 90 Jan. 14; Capt. P86 Vow. 

88; Mtyor,2 June 41 ; Lieut.-CoL 11 Nov. 61. 
A4futant.— Captain Wm. Hervey Fitzgerald, 68th Foot, 7 April 64. 
Ateietant Ac{jutant. — Captain Samuel Dunning, Unatt. 
Paymaster.— Rugh Baillie Mackenzie, 24 May 29; Svh-Lisut. 1 Feb. 13. 
Quarter-Master.— ^SSBi Alexander Hendry/ 2 Sept. 46. 
Surgeon. — John Grant, 10 July 46, Assist.- Surg. 9 June 37. 
ilm»«.-5ur^e(m.— Alexander Guthrie, M.D. 28 April 64. 

Fermoy Battalion. 
24>u^.-CotoRe2.— Edmund Wm. Wilton Passy, En*. 8 April 26 ; JAeut. p 30 

Dec. 26; Capt. p 23 Dec. 36 ; Maoor, p 12 Sept 43 ; Lieut. -Col. 10 April 49. 
Mi^'or.— Giles Vandeleur Creagh, 2nd Lt. p6 Jan. 20 ; X^ p 10 April 25 ; Capt. 

P 1 Aug. 26; Mqj. P27 Dec. 33 ; Brev. Lt.-Col. 20 Oct 46 ; Col. 20 June 64. 
Attf'utant.—JoYm Henry Orant,^ 7 April 64; Ens. 2 April 36 ; Lieut. 16 Dee. 

40; (7apM7Jan.61. 
Payma«<«r.— Morris Robinson Campbell, 20 Aug. 41 ; Ens. 2 July 29 ; Lieui, 

19 Dec. 36. 
Quarter-Master. — George Thompson, 13 Sept. 31 . 
Surgeon. — Samuel Smith, 28 March 64 ; A8sist.-8urg. 16 March 44. 
Assist.-Surgeon. — Michael Charles Tonnere, 28 April 64. 

Templemore Battalion. 

Xitfii^.CoIimeZ.— Henry Dive Townsh6nd,i<> Ens. p 16 July 12; JAeut. P14 Sept 

16; Capt. PI Nov. 21; Major, 10 Oct 36; Brevet Lieut.-Col. 29 March 

39; Lieut.-Col. 17 Aug. 41 ; Col. U Nov. 61. 
ilfa^or.— Henry George Hart, Ens. 1 April 29 ; Lieut. 19 July 32 ; Capt. 1 Dee. 

42 ; Major, P 16 Dec. 48. 
Adjutant.— ISniB James Charter, 11 Aug. 64 ; Ens. p 26 Oct 42; Lt. P 16 Dee. 

46 ; Capt. 16 March 63. 
Payiiuw^er.--Williai9 Toung,'* 1 Sept 64 ; Ens. 19 Nov. 41. 
Quarter-Master.-SAmnel Scoltock/^ 13 March 46. 
5ur^Mii.— William Irwin Breslin, M.D. 2 July 41 ; Assist.-Surg. 8 March 87; 

Bosp.' Assist. 9 Feb. 26. 
Assist.-Surgeon.-^Ddadel O'Donovan, M.D. 14 July 64. 



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LUta.-CoUmel'-^ChxAieB Cratehley, 2nd Xr^. p 8 April 26; Lt. 22 Jaly 30; 

CapU P 11 Dec 36; MiQ. P 22 Oct. 44; X^.-CoZ. 24 Jaly 48; Co/. 28Nut.64. 
if^'or.— Edward Bond,>' Bn». p 8 March 27 ; X^. p 16 Sept 29; C^pt. P26 

Feb. 36; M(^ar p 31 March 43 ; Brevtt-Lt.^CoL 20 Jane 64. 
ii4/tf^an^.-<!aptain Tritton, 23id Foot, 29 Sept. 64. 

Quartir-Matter.'^John Remington Breading, 23 Jane 48. 

Surgeon.— John Hartley Sinclair, M.D. 2 July 41 ; A9$iiL-Surg. 21 Dec. 26; 

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Lieut.>Col<mel^9 John Alres/^ Siu. 6 Nor. 07; Xieti^. 26 Dec 10 ; Copt. 13 

Mar. 27 ; Mqfar, 17 Aug. 41 ; Lt.-M. 14 Mar. 61. 
jr<!for.— Henry Law Mavdwell/' Bm. 21 Aug. 36 ; Lieut. 28 Sept 38 ; dg^. 

P 16 AprU 42; Brevet Major, 28 May 63 ; Major, 22 Dec. 64. 
^<$ii/ait/.— Alexander Maclean, Bns. 16 Mar. 38 ; Lieut, p 28 Jan. 42 ; C4^t. 

P23 Jaly62. 
Paymaeter.— Hugh S. S. Bumey,>« 31 Jnly 46; Ene. p 29 Dec. 36; Lieut, 

P 14 Jnne 39. 
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Provisional Depot Battalion^ at MulUngar. 

Lieut.'ColeneU—John Thomas Hill, Bne. p 13 Mar. 27; Lt, p 16 April 29; 

Capt. P 13 Feb. 36; Mafar,P 12 March 41 ; X^.-CW. 3 AprU 46 . 
Mqfor.^Johxi Johniton/^ .Eii#.p24 May 27; 24aii^.P9 March 32; Capt, 

2 April 41 ; M4^, 3 March 64. 
il<^an/.— Donald Q. Angus Darroch," Bns. p 22 March 33; Lt. p 26 Ang. 36 ; 

Capt, 16 April 42 ; Bt. Mqjor, 20 Jane 64. 
Paymaeter,— 

Quarter^Maeter,— John Burke/' Bns. 4 Sept 49; Lt. 22 Feb. 63. 
Surgeon.'-^ 
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£ieti^.-Co2- Nathaniel Massey Stack, Bne. p26 Not. 28; £/. p 29 Dec. 36; 

Capt. P 6 July 38 ; Mqfor, p 22 Dec 48 ; Lt.-Col p 8 June 62. 
Major.^-' 

A(^lutant.^ThoxDBB GiUey, Lt. 9 Not. 30 ; Capt. 3 Not. 64. 
Paynuuter-^ 

Quarter^Masier.'^ohn Taylor, 26 Ang. 46. 
Surgeon.-^ 
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Paymaster of Detachments, Portsmouth. 

William Moffat Douglas WiUan, 14 July 64 ; Bns. 18 June 36 $ X^ 28 Not. 37 ; 
Capt. 1 April 46. 



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War Services of the Officers of Depot Battalions. 

1 Litvt-ColoBAl White Mrrcd u t Oaptala in the 40th Rect. thrfHif hoot the oparfttfom In Ctndahtr 
•Dd Ai^huiitton in 1841-49 (Medal); mlto et the beltte of M^er^Jpore 29 Dee. 184S (Medal). 

9 Captain Chester eerred with the card Segt. in the Sntl^ campaifn of 1846-40, and wm preient at the 
battlee of Boddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon, at which last he was seTerely wounded (Medal and one Clatp). 

a Paymaeter Peneraii senred the campaign of 1814 in Holland; alio that of 1815, indnding the battle of 
Waterloo. 

4 Lt«-Col.De¥erell lerred the Deeean eampaignt of 18ia» 17, and 18 ; in the Persian Gulf in 1810 and 90 
ioeladlac the capture of the Arab fortresses of Kas-el-Khyma and Zyah ; and in the Burmese war, from 
KoT. 1899 until the peace in 1890, indnding the capture of Donabew, attadu on the height near Prome, 
of Maloon, and of eereral stockades. 

5 Captain Ndson lerred u Sub-Assistant Commlssarj-Oeneral, Bombay Armj, throughout the opera- 
tione under Sir Wm. Nott in Candahar and Afl^hanbtan during 1841-49; and as such under Sir Charles 
Kapler at the battle of Hyderabad. Served as Aide-de-Camp to Sir Thomas Valiant in the action of 
Mahan^pore 99 Dec. 1848, and had a horse shot under blm. He has a Medal for Aff)(hanistan, another for 
Scinde, and a bronie star for Mahan^pore. 

6 Paymaster Pfegan serred in the 06th Regt. with the ezpeditton to the North of China in 1849 (Medal), 
and was present at the attack and capture of Chinkianfoo, and at the landing before Nankin. 

7 Doctor Oibb senred in the expedition against the insurgent Boers beyond the Orange Rirer in 1845; 
also ihrottgbont the Kaffir war of 1840-47, and that of 1850-58 (medal), and was present at several 



• Quarter-Master Hendry serred the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battles of Quatre Bras 
and Waterloo, and eaptnre of Paris. 

9 Captain Grant senred with the 9nd Poot during the campaign of 1844-45 In the Southern Concan and 
Bawaot Warree Country, indnding the storming of sereral stockades, and the InTestment and capture of 
the Ibrts ef Moaohnr and Munsuntosh. 

10 Colonel Townshend senred with the 41st Regt. in the American War, and was present at the taking of 
Port Niagara, Blackrock, and Buflhlo, battle of Lundy's Lane, and assault on Fort Erie 14 Aug. 1814, 
where he was severely wounded through the left shoulder. He was promoted to the Brevet rank of Lieut.- 
Colonel for servioee during the Caaadlaa RelMllion in 1837-88. 

11 Paymaster Toung served with the 99nd Regt. the campaign of 1844-45 in the Southern Mahralta 
country, and was present at the investment and capture of the Forts of Panulla and Pownghur. 

19 Quar«-Master Scoltock served in the 48th Regt. at the siege and capture of Kittoor in Dec. 1824^ 
IS Lleut.-CoIond Bond served with the 53rd Regt. in the Sutlcj Campaign in 1848, and was present 
at the aflhir of Buddlwal, and in the actions of Aliwal and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). 

14 Lleut#^olond Alves senred tlie whole of the campaigns in Spain, Portugal, and France, of 1810 
11, 19, 18, and 14, with the 74th in Picton's division, without having ever been absent from it for a single 
day, including the battle of Bosaeo, retreat to the lines of Torres Tedras, occupation of them, and subse- 
quent advance in pursuit of Massena, actions at Pombal, Redinha, Fox d'Arouee, Guarda, and Sabugal, 
battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Bad%)os In June 1811, actions at El Bodon and Aldea de Ponte, siege 
and storm of Ciudad Rodrlgo, siege, storm, and escalade of the Castle of Bada^oz in March and April, 
1819, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the ReUro, afbirs on the retreat from Madrid to Sala- 
manca and Portugal in N«>t. 1819, subsequent adTanoe and pasaage of the Ebro, battle of Yittoria, block- 
ade of Pampelnna, the battles in the Pyrenees on the 97th, 98th, and 80th July, battles of the Nivelle, 
the KHe, and Orthes, actions of Tie Blgorre and Tarbes, and battle of Touloute. He has received the 
War Medal with eleven Clasps for Busaco, Fuentes, d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrlgo, Badi^oz, Salamanca, Tittoria, 
Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

15 MJiJor Maydwell served in the Cafflr campaign fjrom 1850 to 1859 as military secretary to Sir Harry 
Smith. 

18 Paymaster Bumey served with the 51st throughout the Burmese war of 1859-58 ; on board the E. I. 
C. steam fHgate Feroox during the naval action and destruction of the enemy's stockades on the Rangoon 
itvcr ; daring the succeeding three days' operations in the vicinity, and at the storm and capture of 



17 Maior Johnston senred with the 88th in Canada during the Rebdlion in 1887-88, and was present in 
the action of St. Charles. 

18 Mi^or Darroch served with the Royals in Cenada during the Rebellion of 1887-88. He served also 
with the 09nd in the campaign on the Sutlel (medal), and was wounded at Feroseshah. Served with the 
61st throughout the Burmeee war of 1859-58; was on board the E. I. C. steam frigate Ferooz during 
the naval action and destruction of the enemy's stockades on^ the Rangoon rirer ; served during the 
succeeding three days' operatlone in the Ticinlty (including the storming of the White Bouse Redoubt), 
and at the storm and eaptnre of Rangoon ; also at the assault and capture of Bassein lOih May (wounded) ; 
and aerved as Deputy-Assistant Qr.-Ma8ter-0enerai at the taking of Pegu 9l8t November. 

Qr.-Mr. Borke served la the 99nd in the campaign In the Southern Mahratta Country in 1844 and 1845, 
and was pneent at the storm of the Pettahs on 97th Nov. and of the forts of Panulla and Pownghur. 



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LUut,'-ColoneL^^imcoe Baynes/ Bm. 24 June 12; Zieut. 28 Dee. 15; Capt, pS4 
June 24 ; Mqjor, p2 Oct. 35 j Lieut.-Col. p26 Oct. 41 ; CoL 11 Nov. 51. 
3ffly<w.— •Carlo Cutojar, 20 July, 47. 
r*Antonio Maltei, 11 April, 45. 
♦Quglielmo Petit, 10 May, 45. 
*Salyerio Gatt, 12 Feb. 47. 
*Felice Rizzo, 20 July, 47. 
^Giuaeppe Gouder, 12 March, 62. 
>.*GeoTgio Virtu, 26 June 52. 
r*Nicola Metrovich, 10 July 40. 
•William Gatt, 11 April, 45. 
*Giu«eppe Cavarra, 10 May, 45. 
.•GiuBeppe Sesino, 20 July, 47. 
*FUippo Bynaud, 12 March, 52. 
*Loreto BonaTita (Aey.) 7 May 62 
^*Giuseppe de Piro, 26 June 52. 
"* James Lazzarini, 11 April* 46. 
*Saveriode Piro, 10 May, 45. 
*Henry Montanaro, 12 Feb. 47. 
*Filipp8 Giacomo Teittaferrata, 20 July, 47. 
*Michael Portelli, 12 March, 52. 
(^•Thomas Bmmanuel Bonaria, 12 Oct. 52. 
Payma«^er.— Vincenzo Rizzo, 25 Feb. 17. 
A<ijiutant.'^*Lieut. Loreto Bonavito, 12 Feb. 47. 
Quarter-Master, — •Paolo Salamone, 25 Jan. 89. 

5ur^«m.— Ludoyico Bernard, M.D. 9 May, 49MMi^.-5ttr^.27 Jan.4d. 
Ateistant-Surgeon. — Carmelo Ellul, M.D.,9 Aug. 40. 

Facings Blue. — AgetitSy Sir John Klrkland. 

1 Oolonel Bajnet bM received tlie Navtl War Medal for the action of the Opariun frigate la the 
Bay of Naples, S May 1810. 



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Lieutenants,'* 



Snsigns,'* 



9 Captain Adam* eerred foar yean In Western Africa, and was present at the Marions alfUit and 
sklrmUhes which took place at the ditferent parts of the coast at which be was sUtloned, Indndinf 
the attack anon, and dettroetlon of, Fort Albreda, and capture of the Town of Barra, Id the Rlrer 
Gambia, In 1817. Served sabseqnently In Cailhirla, Cape of Good Hope; and with the 71st High- 
landers In Upper and Lower Canada. 

10 Captain Mlddleton served In the Peninsala and France with the 05th Rifles fh>m 18th 
March, 1810, to 18th Jaly, 1814, and was present in every action in which the Srd Batt. of that 
corps was engaged, namely —the battle of Barrosa, siege and capture of Cludad Rodrigo, where he 
served with the storming party, and was severely hurt by the explosion of a magasine on the ram- 

Ert; siege and storming of Bad^Jox, actions on the heights of Sen Christoval and at Castn^on, 
Ule of Balamauca, captnre of Madrid, action at San Milan, battles of Yittoria and the Pyrenees, 
storming the heights of Echalar and of Tera, battles of the Nlvelle and Nlve, actions near 
Bayonne of the 0th, 10th, 1 1th, 12th, and 18th Dec. 1818 (horse shot under him on the 10th), 
action at Tarbes, and battles of Orthes and Touloose, besides variotts affairs of outpocts. He has 
received the War Medal with ten clasps. 

11 Paymaster Matthews served in the Nepaul war In 1814 and 16; at the capture of Hattrass; in 
the Mahratta war in 1817 and 18 ; at the capture of Bhurtpoie; and the campaign of 184fl in 
Afl)(hanisun, under General Pollock. 

13 Paymaster Furlong was in the action before Genoa, and the taking of that city, 7th April, 
1814. 8erv«d afterwards in the American war, including the operations in the Chesapeake, battle 
of Btadensburg and capture of Washington, action before Baltimore, and the subsequent service In 
the Chesapeake ; operations of the army before New Orleans, the actions of tbe Snd Dec. 1814, and 
1st Jan. 1815, and storm of the American lines before New Orleans; taking of Port Bowyer. On 
board the Qoldtn FUtce transport when attacked by an American privateer, off the island of St. 
Domingo, 98lh Kov. 1814. 

18 Paymaster Kennedy served as Paymaster of the S^nd Regiment In Scinde, during the eam- 
yalgn under Sir Charles Napier, in 1848 (medal). 

14 Paymaster Robinson served at the siege of Asseerghur in March and April 1810. 

15 Lieut. J. B. Hemilton has received the War Medal with one clasp for Salamanca. 

16 Lieut. B. H. Edwards served in the Peninsula from 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, includ- 
ing he siege and storming of Badafoi (wounded) with tbe 0th Portugueee regiment of the Line; aitd 
In the 4Srd Light Infantry at the battles of Salamanca, Tera, Nivelle (wounded), Nive, Tarbes, and 
Toulouse. He has received the War Medal with six clasps. 

17 Lieut. Spence served tlie campaigns of 1813 and 14, in Spain and France, with the 64th, and 
was present at the passage of the Bidassoa, battle of Nlvelle and Nive ,and actions near Bayonne. 
He has received the War Medal with two clasps. 



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Inspecting Field Officers, 
John Patton, En», 18 Sept. 17; Lieut, p March, 21; Capt, PlO Sept. 25: 

Mqjor, P31 Oct. 34 ; Lieut.^Col. p 18 Aug. 43 ; Col. 20 June 54. 
9 Tho8. Jas. Ada!r,» J3tu, 25 May 09 ; Lt. 20 Feb. 11 ; Capt. p 27 Mar.23 ; Bt. 

Maj. 28 June 38 ; Mqjor, 9 Nov. 46; Lt.-CoL P 21|May 50 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
9 Bartholomew Vigors Derinzy,' KH. Ena, 26 May 06; Lieut. 16 Mar. 08; 

Capt. 25 Oct. 14; M({j. 4 Jan. 33 ; Lt.-Col. P26 Feb. 41 ; Col. 11 N >v. 51. 
Arthur CunlifTe Van Notten Pole, Era. p7 Nov. 26 ; Lt. 5 June 30 ; Capt. p 18 

Oct. 33; MqjoT, p 1 Dec. 37 ; Lt.-Coh 2 Sept. 44; Col. 20 June 54. 
Thomas Edwin Kelly,' Ene. 1 April 06 ; Lieut. 11 Feb. 08 ; Capt. 26 Dec. 22 ; 

i?rer6f-Jlfq;or, 10 Jan. 37 ; Mqjor, P24 Feb. 37; Lieut.-Col. 11 May 41; 

Col. 11 Nov, 51. 
9li Arthur Hill Trevor/ KH. Em. 1 Apr. 09; Lieut. p1 Jan. 10; Capt. p27 

July 15 ; Mqjor, P 12 Deo. 26 ; Brevet Lt.'CoU 23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut.'CoU p 2 

Feb. 44; Co/. 20 June 54. 
Thomas Armstrong Drought,* Ens. 11 Nov. 13; Lieut, p 16 Oct. 17; Capt. 

P 10 Oct. 22 ; Mqjor, p 31 Dec. 30 ; Lt.- Col. p 21 Mar. 45 ; Col. 20 June 54. 
John Michel,*CB. Ens. P 3 Apr. 23 ; Lt. p28 Apr 25 ; Capt. p 12 Dec. 26 ; Mq}. 

P 6 Mar. 40 ; Lt.-Col. p 15 April 42 ; Col. 20 June 54. 
Paifmasters. 

{Richard JelUcoe/ 24 Feb. 1814 ; 2nd Lieut. 17 June 07. 
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 ; 

Caf^Pl7Sept.25. 
Charles Henry Peirse, 23 Aug. 39 ; Ens. p6 Dec. 27 ; Lieut. 18 July, 80. 
pjohn Middleton,'«25 Nov. 26; Ens. 10 Mar. 08 ; X^ 4 Oct. 09; Capt. 7 Apr.25. 
John Henry Matthews," 21 Oct. 13. 

Charles John Furlong,*^ 22 April 24 $ find Lieut. 29 Sept. 08 ; Lieut. 8 Jan. 10. 
John MacKenzie Kennedy,** 30 Oct. 2d ; Ens. 24 Feb. 14 ; Lieut, p 6 Feb. 39. 
James Robinsou,'^ 26 Dec. 37 ; Ejis. 20 Nov. 17 ; Lieut. 24 April, 20. 

Adjutants. 
John 0*Neil\, staff" A4f. at Edinlntrffh .. 

Charles Pratt Hamilton • 

9 James Banbury Hamilton** 

9 Benjamin Hutchlns Edwards** .... 

Robert Alexander Dagg 

9 John Spence*^ 

William Freeme Wyndowe 

William Frederick Lowrie 

George Griffin 



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2 April 41 


20 April 43 


24 Juno 53 


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20 May 54 



1 Lfeat-Colonel Adair wnred In Spain from July 1810 to the end of the war, Incladlng the defenoe of 
Cadiz, battle of Barroea, Fort San Philip, Balaguere, Villa Franca, Tarragona and Barcelona. Served alio 
tiie Pindarree eampaigntof 1817 and 18, and ■abseqnentlj In the Deccan, ineluding the siege and reduction 
of Rbygbur, Amnlnler, and Ataeerghur. Twice severely wounded by matchlock balls, in the left arm and 
right side, at the siege of Aseeerghur on the evening of the 19th March 1810, In repulsing a sortie jHade by 
the garrison of the fort into the town. He has received the War Medal and one clasp for Barrosa, 

2 Colonel Dprinzy's services : — Campaign and battle of Corunna (severely wounded In both knees) ; 
expedition to Walcheren, including the siege and capture of Flushing (wounded in left arm.) In the Peoin- 
snla campaigns, fh>m Dec. 1810 to the end of that war In 1814, including the affairs of Pombal and Redinha, 
le-capture of (^mpo Mayor, capture of Olivenya, Ist siege of Bad^jos, battle of Albuhem, siege and 
a^itore of Ciudad Rodrlgo, siege and capture of Badi^oz, battle of Salamanca, affair of Aldea de Ponte, 
retreat from Madrid, affairs of Osma and Jocauna, battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampeluna, affairs of 
Boncesvalles, Zubiii, tec, battles of Pampeluna, 88th July, and of the Pyrenees, 90th July, afikirs of 
Echalar, St. Estevan, fcc. capture of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Ni?e1]e 
(dangerously wounded through the body, reported killed); battle of Orthes, affkirs of Bastlde de la 
Claxmce, and Gave d'Oleron. Twice wounded, musket-ball in left arm, and by a splinter of a shell in tha 
chest at the battle of Toulouse, but did not quit the field. He has received the Gold Medal for Toulouse, 
and the silver War Medal and nine clasps. 

5 Colonel Kelly served on the expedition to Copenhagen, in 1807; at the capture of Martinique 
In ISOO, and Goadaloupe in 1810; the campaigns of 1818, 14, and 15, in Lower Canada, Including the 
actions at La Cole Mill and Plattsburg. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Marti- 
nique and Guadeloupe. 

4 Colonel Trevor served with the 88rd in Germany and Holland In 1818 and 14, including both attacks 
on Merxera operations In fh>nt of Antwerp, and the storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. Served also the campaign 
of 1819, including the action at Qnatre Bras, retreat on the following day, battle of Waterloo, advance to 
and capture of Paris. Also in Jamaica with the 88rd, and In China with the 60th. 

6 Caionei Drought commanded the entire of the troops during the successful suppression of the Rebellion 
in the Kandian Provinces In Ceylon in 1848 :— was thanked in General Orders, and moxt honoarably mea- 
tioned throughout in the despatches of the Governor and of the Commander of the Forces. 

8 Colonel Michel was nominated a CB. after the termination of the Kaffir Wal> in 1898, in considera- 
tion of his distingnishcd servioes in the Kaffir wars of 1846-47 and of 186i-g-9. 

.7 Paymaster Jelllcoe served at the capture of Heligoland in 1807. Freauently engaged In boats in 
Che North Seas and BaitlCy and in several aflUrs with Danish gun boats ana the Russians during 1806, 0, 
aad 11. Sarved tiro years on the island of Anholt,and commanded a company at the defeat of the Danes In 
fhaif gtQflt Of ttM Wand ta I81I,-^lh« gkrrls&a taUng prlsonerff more tha» dooMe their own aumbere. 
•erMtf afltftrardi In Ui* PeaiaraU. He has reeeiirad the Vaval War KMal at a Lleat. of Royal 
IfBf Iniii fet fee battte af Aahalt, S? March t»!l. 

8 Captahi Woodgata has received the War Medal with four clasps foryimlera, Fuentet d'Onor, and 
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Henry Austin Turner, r 

Thomas Beckett Fielding Marriott 

Thomas Elwyn, Mqj. so Sept. 04 

Charles James Wright 

George Augustus Fred. De Rinzy 

William Hamilton Elliot, r 

Peter Maclean . . • ...,..,.. 

Anthony Benn 

Charles Lionel Fitzgerald ,,. 

Philip Reginald Cocks 

William 'Riomas Crawford ., • 

H.a. Pierrepont Henry Mundy 

10 William Henderson , , 

William James Smythe 

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Peter Pickmore Faddy ,^ Mqf* 28 Nay 03* 
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3 William Bethel Gardner 

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H.B. Edward Price. 

H.B. Charles Colville Young,** Mnj, is S«pt. 48. 

10 James William Domville 

U ^win Wodehouse,** Maj, 18 Dec. 64 < % • 
H.B.Geoif^e Ashley Maude,*^ ^q/. is Dec. 84 . 

3 EvanMaberly 

3 Wm.Manley Hall Dixon.... 

Henry William Montresor. 

UO C.Diekson,**Jf4^.ssMft740; BULUCol.'m^a^A 

H.B. Henry John Thomas 

1 George Graydon 

Anthony Oldfleld 

Henry Paget Christie 

Jas. Benjamin Dennis 

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Samuel Cleareland 

Samuel Hood Stovin Inglefleld 

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Charles Henry Morris,"" JV<|f. it Dee. M 

Neil M'Innes Mackay 

Wm. James Bsten Grant 

Joseph Clark Childs 

George Vanderheyden Johnson ...... 

Adolphus Frederick Connell 

Bobert Barlow M*Crea 

John Lindredge Elgee • • . . 

John Desborough ...« ' 

George Shaw 

Aug. Fred. Francis Lennox 

Charles Stuart Henry, r. . • • •• • 

Edmund Henry Bene Flint, r 

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Han. William Charles Yelverton .... 

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Henry Hercer 

George Colclongh, ^4^ 

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William Conyngham Lynch Blosse 

Matthew Bligh Forde 

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John Everett Thring 

WilUam Hagrath King^» 

Henry Lambert Folke Greville . . 

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5 Francis Robert Glanyille 

8 Henry Jenris White Jervis 

10 William Lovelace Dumaresq • • • . 
H.B.Gaspard Le Marchant Tapper ^** 

9 Henry Heyman 

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Edward Taswell 

John Singleton • 

Wm. Edmund Moyses Reilly .... 

William Boyd Saunders 

Charles Hodgkinson Smith 

Henry Terrick Fitz Hugh < 

Whaley NicoU Hardy 

John Lawrance Bolton 

George Henry John Alex. Eraser 

France James Soady 

Edw. Eldon Robt. J)yue\ey,^^A<b'. 

Joseph Godby •••< 

Dominlek Sarsfield Greene 

Philip Francis Miller 

William Wigram Barry 

George Hatton Colomb 

Thomas Henry Harding < 

Philip Dayes Margesson • < 

Mervyn Stewart ••• 

James Frederick D'Arley Street 

H.B. Archibald Mottenx Calvert. . . . < 
6 O'Brien Belllngham Woolsey . . 

Alfred Wilkes Drayton 

Cadwalladcr William Elgee .... 

Edmund John Carthew • 

George Harrison Ann Forbes •• 

Charles Hunter • 

Robert John Hay 

Alexander John MacDougall . • 

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Henxy Townsend Boultbee • • • • 

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Richard Paget Campbell Jones 

Reginald Onslow Farmer 

Charles MaiUand Govan 

Charles Henry Ingtlby "» 

Robert Poole Gabbett 

Henry Peel Yates, Mc^f. 18 Dec. 54 

Henry Andrew Thrupp 

Charles Edward Mainwarlng .. 

Alexander Gordon 

William John Williams 

Charles Frederick Young 

Sanford Freeling 

Oliver Robert Stokes 

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Walter John Grlmston 

Charles Edward Olderehaw . 

Nathaniel OctaviusSimpson Turner 

Augustus Young Earle**^ . • . 

Hon, Leonard A. Addington 

Arthur Vandeleur ....••... 

Andrew Spotswood Orr ... 

Charles Rowland Hill 

Patrick John Campbell *^. • . . 

Arthur William Twiss 

Reginald Curtis 

Allan Sieywright 

Frederic Southcote Seale .... 

John Boulton ..••• 

John De Luttrell Saunderson 

Moutray Anketell • . 

Philip Dickson 

First Libutbkakts. 

Francis Comwallis Maude • < 

iBneas Clarke 

H.B.Edward Jackson Bruce 

1 1 William Powell Richards ... 

11 John Edward Hope>»» 

H.B.Henry Walpole J. Dashwood 
11 Algernon Brendon 

11 James de Havilland 

H.B.George Allix Wilkinson ... 

12 William Windham Augustus Lukin 

Charles Edmund Walcott 

Gronow Dayis 

Edgar Grantham Bredin 

William John Bolton 

Samuel George Batchellor . . . 

Frederick Close • 

James Sinclair 

Henry Lynch Talbot 

Willoughby James Wilson . . . 
W. Hen. Randolph Simpson . 

Lewis William Penn 

Henry Robe Saunders • * 

Edward Geary Snow 

William Morris 

Henry Renny • 

Charles Paulett Rotton 

John Morris Savage 

Dashwood Jones 

H. B.Thomas Edmund Byrne 

8 Edward Tftddy 

6 Hill James Thomas Tomkinson 

13 John Bawden Parkin 

1 Charles Johnston • • • . 

5 Thomas Samuel Poer Field *^ . 
5 Lawrence Augustus Bradshaw . 
8 John M'Candie Campbell • . . 
3 William French 

7 Edward Adolphus Seymour • • • 
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5 Paget Walter L'Estrange 

9 Charles Edward Burt 

6 Constantino Lemon H. McTeman .. 
5 Hazlitt Irvine 

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4 Reginald Henry Champion ........ 

H. B.Luke Brabazon Brabazon 

2 Thomas Loogworth Dames 

4 Charles Carpenter , 

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4 Frederic Luard 

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10 John Alexander Phillips Adams .... 

12 Rodericlc Mackenzie 

8 Robert Horseley R. Rowley , 

8 William George Le Mesurler 

2 Falkland Carey 

2 Henry Heberden 

10 TrevorCharles Molony , 

10 Andrew Noble 

5 Henry Lowther Balfour ......... 

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3 Herbert Mark Gar. Pur?is 

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9 Charles Fred. Cockbum 

7 Henry Hamilton Conolly 

7 Walter Chidiock Nangle 

2 Henry Strover 

10 Campbell Hardy 

9 William Wilberforce Hagan 

2 Lewis Frederick Hall 

9 Fred. Cockbum Griffin ......•....' 

6 John Henry Peile 

5 John Kelly 

10 Charles John Bowse 

H.B.John Stirling Stirling «,.... 

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2 William Noel Waller 

9 E. T. Willoughby Purcell 

7 Alured Clarke Johnson :.. 

2 Cecil Brooke LeMesurier v . . 

10 Henry Sheridan Elliot 

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1 1 Henry Plantagenet Prescott Phelips 

7 John Keane Pickering 

9 Augustus Wm. Johnson 

6 John Andrew Price • . 

H.B Augustus Henry King 

2 Robert James Caimes •• 

1 Richard Roynon Jones 

4 John Wheler CoUington 

6 John Henry Brown 

9 Fred. Mackenzie Humberston Prosser 

H.B. Walter Aston Fox Strangways 

13 Thomas Arthur John Harrison 

6 John Donald George Higgon 

11 Geo. Sisson Harward 

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7 Henry Blchard Porter 

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6 Frederick Nurse Cromartie 

6 Leonard Sumner Joyce ••••• 

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6 Henry Noel Eden 

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6 Robert Henry NewboU 

6 Thomas Mahon 

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8 Fred. Geoi^ Baylay 

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4 Wm. George Martin 

10 Philip Hen. Sandilands 

12 William James Hall 

8 Morton Parker Eden 

2 Chas. Dalrymple Gilmour . . 

9 Edward John Ward .. 

10 Alex. Dickson Bornaby .... 

2 Wilmot B. Edw. Ellis 

8 Charles George Luard 

3 Henry A. D. de Vismcs .... 

6 Vivian Dering Majendie. . . . 

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General ^ W Sir Hew Dalrymple Ross, 

KCB. 23 April 40. 

JUtistant Adjjutant'-Qeneral, 

Cohnel^—Henrs Palliser, 1 April 62. 

A4ffutanU. 

I. A. 2fu< Xf .-Barnes CampbeU, 1 July, 47. 

9 2nd Capt. R. K. Freeth, 21 Jnne 52. 

13 2nd Capt. F. W. Hastings, 22 Feb. 64 

12 %nd Capt, E. E. R. Dyneley, 2 Mar. 54. 

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Charles Dunbar, 2 May, 46. 
William EUiott, 8 Feb. 47. 
George Oliphant, 1 July, 47. 
George Clarke, 1 Nov. 48. 
Thomas Hassall, 12 April^ 60. 
John Cass, 1 April 52. 
"Wm. Reuben Kirkman, 17 Feb. 64. 
Thomas Hendley, 1 July 64. • 
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Company of OmUleuun CadtU. 
Captain.— lOkd Master-Oea. of the Ordnance. 
indCaptCom,''^. B. Shakespear,9 Not. 46. 
2nd Capf.— H. Bent, 22 July 68. 
U* Zieuts.—A. H. Murray, 90 Jnne 49. 

Geo. Eepple Taylor, 20 June 49. 
Qr.<ilfa«^.— William Elliott, 8 Feb. 47. 

Riding Troop. 
Captoin.—lld. Blackwood Price, 13 Apr. 46, 
Ut Xi«t<.— Henry PhUips, 31 July, 36. 

Comet 7th Hussare, 25 March 28. 
lit Xri««*-— William Boylln, 2 June 64. 
FIBLD TRAIN DEPARTMENT. 
Director General of Artillery. . V Maj.'Oen. Cator, 11 Aug. 62. 
Auittant Diredor-Oenerdl.. . . Colonel Pickering, 1 April, 62. 

ChirfCommiuary William Young, 19 Aug. 64. 

Commissary W. L. M. Young, 24 Feb. 64. 

' O. B. Moral, 24 Feb. 54. 

F. M. Young, 16 March, 64 (Acting). 
W. Richardson, 1 April 64. 
Blakeney, 16 Aug. 64. 



Veterinary Surgeons. 

William Btockley, 24 April, 06. 
John Surteet Stoekley, 18 Aug. 49 
Hicks Withers, 6 March 1864. 
Matthew John Harpley, 24 April 64. 
John Thomas Cochrane, 9 June 64. 
Frauds Cotterell, 24 June 64. 
Wm. Barry Lord, 1 Oct. 64. 
Chpl. Jteo. Matthew R. Scott, 10 April, 37. 
Rev. Walter Melyill Wright, 1 Sept. 60. 



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G. Yellon, 1 April 54. 

W. Hayter, 1 April 54. 

R. Garrard, 19 May 54. 

J. M. HUl, 3 June 54. 

J. Lilley, 16 June 54. 



£. Hughes, 30 June 54. 
D. Doherty, 12 July 54. 
J. G. Cox, 12 July 64. 
J. MacGilllvray, 20 July 64. 
William Gair, 29 Sept 64. 



G. A. Aynge, 24 Feb. 54. 
C. W. E. Holloway,24 Feb. 64 
*H. Russell, lAprU 54. 
♦H. Hewitt, 1 April 54. 
*G.GreensUl,l April 54. 
J. Rogan, 1 April 54. 

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COMMANDING OFFICERS OF ARTILLERY AND ENGINEERS AT HOME 
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Ueat.-Col. Maclean Doter 

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Wco" Services of the Officers of the Bayal Artillery , 

1 General Erelegh served the Coninna campaign, and has zeceiTed the War Medal with 
oae clasp for Sabagnn and Benevente. 

S General Hon. W. H. Gardner accompanied the expedition to Walcheren^ and was 
present at the siege and capture of Flashing. 

4 General Walker served on the Continent in 1794 and 5, and received three wounds 
In the retirement of the army across the Bhine near Amheim,viz. one severely through 
the right arm below the e]l)ow ; the others above the elbow, and in the right hip. 

5 Ikut.-General Brough was at the capture of St. Imcia in 1796^ and that of Guadaloupe 
la 1815. 

7 Sir Hew Ross served in the Peninsula and France from 9th June, 1809 to Feb. 181 4, 
Including the action of the Coa, battle of Busaco, actions ot Pombal, Redinha (wounded in 
the shoalder)^ Casal Nova, Foz d'Arouce (wounded in the leg), and Sabugal; battle of 
Foentes d'Onor, action of Aldea de Ponte, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigoand Badajoz, (dangerously 
wounded in the head) \ action at Castrajon, capture efforts at and battle of Salamanca, cap- 
tare of Madrid and the Retiro, affairs of San Munoz and San Milan, battles of yittoria,and 
the Pyrenees from 26th to SOth July, passage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive ; battle 
near Bayonne, 19 Dec. 1818. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the 
battle of Waterloo. Sir Hew has received the gold Cross and two clasps for Busaco, Bada- 
joz, Salamanca^ Vittoria, liiveile, and Nive ; and the silver War Medal with three elaspe 
for Foentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, and Pyrenees. 

9 Lieut-General Paterson served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; and at Wal- 
cheren in 1809. 

12 Lieat.-General Campbell served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions 
of the 8th, Idth, and 21st March, capture of Rosetta, several afihirs on the march to, and 
capture of Cairo, and afterwards at the capture cf Alexandria. Medal for services in Egypt. 

13 Lieut. -General Turner was at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806. Served 
also in the Peninsula from Dec. 1818 to the end of the war, including the battles of Orthes 
and Toulouse, and the afl^drs of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes. He has received the gold Medal 
and one clasp for Orthes and Toulouse. 

14 Sir Robert Gardiner's services: — capture of Minorca in 1708; campaign in Portugal 
and Spain, including the battles of Roleia, Yimiera, and Corunna; expedition to Walcheren ; 
Peninsular campaigns from early in 1810 to the end of the war in 1814, including the 
battle of Barrosa, capture of Badajoz, battle of Salanumca, siege of Burgos, affair of 
Morales, battles of Vittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse ; campaign of 1815, including the battle 
of Waterloo. Sir Robert has received the gold Cross and two clasps for Barrosa, Badajoz, 
Salamanca, Vittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse; and the silver War Medal with three clasps for 
Roleia, Vimiera, and Coninna. 

15 Lieut-General Wallace was on board the Plugnix Letter of Marque when she beat off a 
French Privateer near Barbadoes in Dec. 1800. Present at the siege of Flushing in 1809 ; 
and he eonomanded the Artillery at the attack of Sackets Harbour, United States, in 1813. 

16 Lieut-General Richard Jones served in Holland in 1799, including the battles of 
Zuyp, Hoom, £gmont,and Ximmen. Present at the capture of Paris, and with the army of 
occupation until 2nd Dec. 1818. 

18 Lieut-General Hutchesson served in Holland in 1799 ; in the Peninsula and South of 
France from March 1818 to July 1814 ; Belgium and France from May 1815 to Nov. 1818. 

19 Major-General Whinyates served in the expedition to the Helder and campaign in 
North Holland hi 1799; expedition to Madeira in 1801, and to Copenhagen 1807 ; Penin- 
sular campaigns from Feb. 1810 to July 1818, including the battles of Busaco and Albu- 
hera ; affidrs at Usagre, Aldea de Ponte, and San Munos, attack and defeat of General 
lAUeman's cavalry at Ribera, and many other affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815, 
and was severely wounded in the left arm at Waterloo. He has recei?ed the silver War 
Medal with two clasps for Busaco and Albubera. 

SO Lient.-General Michell served the campaign in Holland in 1799; in the Peninsula 
and South of France from Aug. 1818 to May 1814, including siege of San Sebastian, pat&sage 
of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive, battles of Orthes and Toulouse; in America from May 
1814 to May 1815, including the attack of Washington, Baltimore, and New Orleans, and 
other operations on the coast Attached to the Prussian army in reducing tiie fortresses in 
the Netherlands. He has received the gold Medal and one clasp for Orthes and Toulouse ; 
and the silver War Medal with three clasps for St. Sebastian, Nivelle, and Nive. 

22 Major-General Cobbe served the campaign in the West Indies in 1801, under Lieut- 
Oen. Sir Thos. Trigge. 

23 Ki^or^knaral Mereer served In South America in 1807 and 8. Alio the campaign of 
hkeladhBg tha battles «f Qnatit Bras and Waterloo. 

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84 Lieat-General W. G. Power senred in Spain, Portagal, and France^from 14th Oct. 1808 
to 4th June 181 4, including the battle of lUayera, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo (wounded), and 
Badajoz, capture of French worlcs at Almaraz, reduction of forts at, and battle of Sala- 
manca, si^e of Burgos (wounded), siege of San Sebastian from llth July to 8th Sept. 1813, 
passage of the Bidassoa, the Nive, and the Adour, and the luTestment of Bayonne. 
(3ol. Power led the reserve to the support of the assaulting party of Fort La Picnrina 
during the last siege of Badajoz, and the Commandant surrenderod to him personally. Ha 
lias received the silver War Medal with nine clasps. 

27 Maj .-General Scott served in the expedition to Walcheren^ and was at the siege of 
Flushing. 

28 Major-General Dyneley's services : — Campaign of 1805 in Italy under Sir Jas. Craig ; 
and that in Calabria in 1806 under Sir John Stuart, including the battle of Matda 
and siege of Scylla. Peninsular campaigns from July 1811, to November, 1813, including 
the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo (wounded in the head), siege of forts at Sahunanca (wounded 
in the face), heights of St. Christovel, battle of Salamanca, defence of the Bridge of 
Simancas, affairs at Morales de Toro and San Munos, battles of Vittoria, and the Pyrenees. 
Campaign of 1816, including the battle of Waterloo. Taken prisoner at Malanahenda near 
Madrid, llth Aug. 1812, when engaged with the rear-guard of Joseph Bonaparte's army; 
escaped from the enemy, and rejoined the army the 23rd of the same month. He has re- 
ceived the silver War Medal with Ave clasps. 

29 Major-General Cator served the campaign of Walcheren and siege of Flushing. In the 
Peninsula and South of France, from the end of 1809 to the termination of the war in 
814, including the defence of Cadiz, lines at Torres Vedras and at Santarem, battle of 
Barrosa (wounded), affiiir at Osma, battle of Vittoria, affair at Tolosa, passi^ of the Bidas- 
soa, and at the attack of Bidassoa by the French, battles of Nivelle and Nive, and four days' 
engagements in front of Bayonne. He has received the silver War Medal with four clasps. 

82 Major-General H. W. Gordon's services: — Expedition to Naples, Dec. 1805, and sub- 
sequent occupation of Sicily ; battle of Maida, and attack and surrender of the Bock of 
Beylla, 1806. He lias received the silver War Medal with one clasp for Maida. 

33 Sir Wm. Colebrooke's services ; — Campaigns of 1809 and 10, in India; expedition to 
Java in 1811, including the action of Welty^eden, in batteries before Cornelia (until 
wounded in the groin 22d August), and the siege and capture of Jokjakarta. Expedition 
to Palembang, in Sumatra, 1813; campaign of 1817 and 18, in India, agahist the Pindarrees 
and Mahrattas; campaign of 1818 and 19 in Southern India. Present also at the sieges of 
Bas-el-Kyhma and Zaya, Arab fortresses. Sir William has received the silver War Medal 
with one clasp for Java. 

34 Major-General W. D. Jones served with the Anglo-Russian expedition to Naples in 
1805 ; 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 forming part of the Anglo- 
Sicilian Flotilla prepared by Sir John Murray, and opposed in almost daily skirmishes with 
the batteries and Flotilla of Mur&t, King of Naples, in the Faro of Messina, the whole of 
the summer of 1810. 

35 Major-General Dundas was at the siege of Flushing in 1809 ; at Cadiz in 1810 and 11; 
detached 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. He has received the silver War Medal with two clasps for Ciadad 
Rodrigo and Badajoz. 

37 Major-General Wylde served in Holland in 1813 and 14, and commanded a battery 
before Antwerp and at the attack on Bergen-op-Zoom. Was attached to the Horse Artillery 
with the Army of Occupation in France. In April 1834, succeeded Lord William Russell as 
Military Commissioner at the head-quarters of Don Pedro's army in Portugal, aud con- 
tinued with them until the Convention of Evora Monte ; and subsequently from Not. 1834 
to 1840 at the head-quarters of the Spanish Army, and in all the general actions during 
that period, including the raising of the siege of Bilboa, for which he received the thanks of 
the Spanish Cortes. In Portugal, again, in 1846, during the civil war, and signed the Con- 
vention of Oporto. 

39 Major-General Machichlan served in Spain in 1813 and 14. 

40 Lieut. -General Macdonald was at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1836, and 
proceededfrom thence on theexpedition to Buenos Ayres, where he was twice severely wounded 
and taken prisoner: served in the Peninsula and South of France, from June, 1809, i» 
July, 1814, including the battles of the Coa and Busaco, afl^drs of Redinha, Pombal, Con- 
deixa, and Foz d'Arouce ; battles of Fuentes d'Onor and Salamanca, affair of San Munos, 
battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, battles of the Pyrenees, ai&urs of the Gave 
d'Oleroii and Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, inclnduiv 
the battle of Waterloo (severely wounded), and capture of Paris. He has received the silver 
War Medal with eight clasps. 

41 Colonel Sabine served the campaign on the Niagara Frontier in 1814, and com-* 
manded the batteries at the siege of Fort Erie in August and September. 

42 Colonel Chalmer served on the expedition to Walcheren, and was present at tha 
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43 Colonel Chesney was employed, from 1829 to 1832, in examining tlie principal 
parts of Western Asia; during which time, assisted only by a few Arabs, he descended 
the rirer Euphrates upon a Raft; and his reports to Government led to a Parilamentary 
Tote to extend our commercial relations in that quarter, and open a commanication with 
India through Arabia. His Majesty, through the Duke of Wellington, haying conferred 
on him the rank of Colonel on a particular service, he sailed early in 18d5 with a detach- 
ment of artillery, another of sappers, a proportion of seamen, and thirteen military and 
naTBl oflScers; with whose assistance Colonel Chesney accomplished the extraordinary 
achievement of transporting two iron steam vessels across Syria, and floating them in a 
perfiect state on the Upper Euphrates, not very far from Aleppo. In the early part of the 
navigation thus commenced, a fearful hurricane carried the smaller vessel and twenty of 
her men to the bottom, Colonel Chesney and eight others being saved by swimming. The 
eommander, however, persevered ; and in the remaining vessel he not only completed the 
surveys of the river Euphrates, Tigris, and Kareen, but continued the undertaking until it 
was turned over in the following year to the East India Company. His late Majesty 
warmly approved of the intrepidity manifested in continuing the service after the calami, 
tous loss of one-half of his force, and the brevet rank of Major was bestowed on him by 
the King, which was followed by that of Lieut.-Colonel by command of the Queen. 

44 Colonel Bell's services: — Capture of the islands of 8t. Thomas and St. Croix in 1807 ; 
siege of fort Desaix, Martinique ; capture of Les Saintes, near Guadaloupe, and bombardment 
and driving from the anchorage the French fleet in 1809; capture of Guadaloupe and adja- 
cent islands in 1810. Served in the Peninsula and France from July 1813 to July 1814, 
Including the i»assage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, and four days' engagements near 
Bayonne; passage of the A dour, investment of BayOnne, affairs at Vic Bigorre, and Tarbes 
passage of the Garonne, and subsequent o])erations to the battle of Toidouse where he was 
slightly wounded. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras 
and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. He has received the silver War Medal with five clasps. 

47 MaJ.-General Brereton served in Spain, France, and the Neth«rlands, from December, 
1809 to June, 1815, and was present at the defence of Cadiz and of Fort Matagorda 
(wounded), the Artillery of which last place he commanded. He served in the batteries at 
the siege of San Sebastian; was present in the battles of Barrosa (wounded), Yittoria, the 
Pyrenees, Orthes, Tmlouse, Quatre Bras, and Waterloo (severely wounded), actions on 
the retreat from Buigos, at San Mimos, near Salamanca, Helette, St. Palais, Sauveterre, 
Aire, and Tarbes. He commanded a Division, as second in command, of the expedition 
under Major-General D'Agullar which assaulted and took the Forts of the Bocca Tigris 
In the Canton lUver, those of the Staked Barrier, and of the City of Canton, spiking 870 
pieces of heavy ordnance. He has received the silver War Medal with six clasps. 

48 Colonel England 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 Yittoria and siege of San Sebastian, for which he has received the silver War Medal 
with iwo clasps. 

49 Colonel 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. 

50 Colonel Sweeting served the whole of the Kandian campaign in Ceylon. 

52 Colonel Dalton served at Walcheren, and was present at the siege of Flushing. 

53 Colonel Hardinge served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1812, to the end of|the war in 
1814, including the battle of Vlttoria, siege of San Sebastian, battles of Orthes and Toulouse, 
affairs at Osma, Tolosa, Bidassoa and Tarbes. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was 
present at Ligny, and Quatre Bras. He has received the silver War Medal with four clasps. 

54 Colonel Gordon Higgins commanded the Royal Artillery in the Syrian campaign 
from August 1840 to the evacuation of that country in Dec. 1841 (Medal), and was present 
at the bombardment and capture of Beyrout and of St. Jean d'Acre. 

56 Colonel Eyre's services : — Expedition to Portugal and occupation of Lisbon, in 1808 ; 
advance upon Madrid and retreat to Corunna, in 1808-9; affair at Lugo and battle of 
Corunna, for which he has received the silver War Medal with one clasp. Eighteen years 
continued service in the West Indies, from Oct. 1810 to April 1828 ; and in command of 
Boyal Artillery in China, at Hong Kong, from August 1847 to May 1851. 

57 Colonel Anderson's services: — Siege and capture of Flushing, and the subsequent 
operations in 1809; Bombardment of Antwerp, also previous and subsequent operations 
in 1813 and 1814; campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo, and captures of 
Gambray and Paris. 

68 Colonel Armstrong served at Walcheren in 1809 ; and in Canada from May 1810 
to July 1815, including tiie capture of n detachment on River Baisin, the cuttmg out of an 
enemy's vessel when in command of a gun*boat at Prescott, at Fort Erie during a cannonade 
of 17 hours ; at the loss of Fort George, actions at Stoney Creek, and Black Rock, invest- 
ment of Fort George, capture of Fort Niagara, Black Rock, and town of Buffalo, action at 
Streets Creek, and Chippawa, and at the siege of Fort Erie under an almost constant fire 
fof about five weeks. Slightly wounded at Fort George, 27th May 1813. 

60 Colonel Fumeaux served in the Peninsula from Oct. 1810 to April 1813, and was 
with the covering army at the siege of Badajoz. 

61 Colonel Warde was present at the defence of Cadiz and at the battle of Waterloo. - 



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181 War Services of the Officers of the Roycd ArHUery. 

69 Colonel Ingilby senred in the Peninsnla from July 1810 to Jan. 1813^ Indnding the 
lieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Forts of Salamanca (wounded), and Burgos; and the battles 
of Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Salamanca. Serred also the campaign of 1816, and was 
present at the battle of Waterloo. He has receiTed the siWer War Medal with four clasps. 

63 Colonel Cater served in the Peninsula frrmi AprU 1610, to Jan. 1814, including the 
defence of Cadiz, battle of Barrosa, and siege of Tarragona. Served also the campaign of 
1816, including the battle of Waterloo, and taking of Cambray and Paris. He has recdved 
the silver War Medal with one clasp for Barrosa. 

64 Colonel Pester was present at the defence of Cadiz, and at the battle of Barrosa, 
where he was severely wounded; He has received the silver War Medid with one clasp for 
Barrosa. 

66 Colonel Bloomfleld served in the Peninsula and France, from March 1813 to June 
1614, including the battle of Vittoria,siege of San Sebastian, crossing the Bidassoa, and battlei 
of the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1816, including 
the battle of Waterloo. He has received the silver War Medal with aix clasps. 

e^ Colonel Palliser served in the Peninsula and France, from November 1812 to May 
1814, including the siege of San Sebastian, and battles of Vittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse, for 
which he has received the silver War Medal with four clasps. Served subsequently in the 
American War, including the battles of Bladensburg, and Baltimore, and operations before 
New Orleans. 

67 Colonel J. A. Wilson served the campaign of 1816, including the battle of Waterloo 
and capture of Paris. 

70 Colonel R. G. B. Wilson served in Holland, Belgium, and France, firom December 
1813 to January 1816, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

71 Colonel Cuppage served in the Peninsula and France, from February to Augnatl814, 
and was present at the repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 
1816, including the battle of Waterloo. 

73 'Colonel Griffin served before Genoa in 1614. 

74 Lt.-Colonel Dacres served the Eastern campaign of 1864 (in command of the Royal 
Artillery, from the 6th November,) including the battles of the Alma and lokerman, and 
siege of Sebattopol. 

76 Lt.-Colonel Lake served the Eastern campaign of 1864, including the battle of the 
Alma and siege of Sebastopol. 

77 Lieut.-Col. Dupuls served on the North Coast of Spain in 1836, 7,and 8, in co-operation 
with the Spanish army, including the field actions of the 10th, 12th, 14th, and 16th March, 
and the action of Hemani, on the 14th May, 1837, besides various other minor affiurs. 
Served the Eastern campaign of 1864, including the battle of the Alma and siege of 
Sebastopol. 

78 Lieut-Col. Wo od served the Eastern campaign of 1864. 

80 Lt.-Colonel Fitzmayer served the Eastern campaign of 1864, including the battle of 
the Alma and siege of Sebastopol. 

81' Lt.-Colonel Gambler served in the Eastern campaign of 1864, and was woonded at 
the battle of Inkerman. 

82 Lt.-Colonel £. W. Croiton served in Spain during the Christino and Carlist War in 
1837 and 1838, and was taken prisoner by the Carlists. 

86 lient-Col. Irving served the Eastern campaign of 1864. 

86 Lieut-Col. Rowan served the Syrian campaign (Medal), and Eastern campaign 1864. 

87 Major Freese served on the China Expedition, and was slightly wounded at Chin- 
Kiang Foo. Served in the Eastern campaign of 1864, including the battle of Inkennan 
and siege of Sebastopol. 

88 Major Cleaveland served on the north coast of Spain in 1837*3^, in co-operation with 
the Spanish army towards the conclusion of the war in St. Sebastian and Its vicinity. 

92 Major Paynter was at the battle of the Alma and siege of Sebastopol. 

03 Capt. Barker served the Eastern campaign of 1854. 

94 Mt|jor Faddy served in the Kaffir war of 1862 In command of the Royal Artillery, 
and was named in the official despatches, especially in that relating to the capture of 
Macomo's Den on the 17th May, and obtained the Brevet rank of Mi^or for his 
services. 

96 Major Young served on the north coast of Spain from January 1838 to August 
1840, and was present in all the affiiirs and operations that took place firom Jan. 1838 to 
the conclusion of the war in front of San Sebastian; and also at Uie camp of Pas y Foeros 
on tlie Bidassoa in Dec. 1838 and Jan. 1839. Also in the operations on the Yang^tse* 
Eiang in China, including the storm and capture of Chin Kiang Foo : he was also present 
at the demonstration before Nankin. Again served during the operations in Kaffiraria in 
1847 to the conclusion of the war, as militaiy secretary and aide-de-camp to Sir Henry 
Pottinger, U.M. High Commissioner and Governor. Served in the Eastern campaign of 
1864, and was wounded before Sebastopol 20th October. 

96 M^|or Wodehouse served the Eastern campaign of 1864, indading the battias of the 
Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol. 

97 Major Maude served the Eastern campaign of 1864 in command of a tioop of Boya| 



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Hone ArtiUerj, indading the battlei of the Alma and Balaklaya (dangerously wounded), 
and liege of Sehastopol. 

98 Lt.-O)lonel Dickson served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of the 
Alma, Balak1ava» and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol. 

108 Major the Hon. G. T. Deyereuz served in the Kaffir war of 1853 ; was present at the 
engagement with the Basnta tribes at Berea 20th Dec. ; and was named in the offldal 
despatch, and received the Brevet rank of Major for bis services. 

104 Major Swinton served the Bastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of the 
Ahna and siege of SebastopoL 

105 Lt-Colonel Adye served the Eastern campaign of 1854, first as Brigade-Major, and 
sabsequently as Assist. Adj. General of Royal Artillery, including the battle of the Alma 
snd siege of Sebastopol. 

107 Major D'Aguilar served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of 
Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol. 

108 Major Brandling served the Eastern campaign of 1854 in command of a troop of 
Royal Horse Artillery, including the battle of the Alma and siege of Sebastopol. 

110 Major John Turner was present at the capture of Port Natal on the 26th June 1842. 
Served also the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the l>attle of the Alma and siege of 
Sebastopol. 

114 Ifajor Anderson served in the operations in the Yiang-tse-Eiang in China, in- 
cludlsg the storm and capture of Chin Eiang Foo; also at the demonstration before 
Nankin (Medal). Served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of the Ahnu 
and siege of Sebastopol. 

115 Captain Strange was at the battle of the Alma. 

116 Miyor Fortescne served the Eastern campaign of 1854. 

117 Capt. Franklin served the Eastern campaign of 1854. 

118 Mijor Morris served the Eastern campaign of 1854. 

119 Capt. Pipon served the Eastern campaign of 1854. 

120 Captain Shakespear was at the battle of Balaklava and siege of Sebastopol. ' 
124 Captain Baddeley was severely wounded at the battle of Inkerman. 

126 Captain Moubray was wounded before Sebastopol in October, 1854. 

130 Major Hon. E. T. Gage served tbe Eastern campaign of 1814, including the battle of 
tiie Alma and siege of Sebastopol. 

133 Capt. King served during the Kaffir war of 1846, firom April to Nov. of that year, 
and commanded the Artillery at the attack of Fort Peddle. 

135 Captain Tapper was wounded at the battle of Inkerman. 

139 Capt. Dyneley commanded the Royal Artillery in the action with and defeat of the 
rebel Boers at Bloem Plaats (South Africa) 20th Aug. 1848. 

145 Captain Ingilby was severely wounded at the battle of Inkerman. 

150 Caption Earle served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the siege of 
Sebastopol. 

152 Lieat. P. J. Campbell served in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). 

155 Lieut. Hope was wounded before Sebastopol In October, 1854. 

156 Lieut. Field served in the Kaffir war of 1851-2. 



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Sir WiUiam Thomas Denison, 


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Thomas Fenwick ^ 


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Charles Acton Broke. 


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Harry St. Geo. Ord" 


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Hampden Clem. Blamire Moody 


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John Linton Arabin Simmons., 


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George Archibald Leach 


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Henry Charles Cunliffe Owen'* 


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Charles B. P. N. H. Nugent • . . 

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Albert CDonnelOrattan .... 

James Bwayne Baker 

Hon. Hnssey Fane Keane .... 

William Cowper . 

Charles John Gibb'^ 

Charles Gordon Gray ..«#«. 
William DriscoU Gossett .... 

Charles Sim •« 

Fairfax Charles Hassard .... 

Douglas Galton . « 

Henry William Barlow 

Henry Young Darracott Scott 

George Ross 

James Robert Mann 

John Williamson Lovell/* Mi^. 19 Dec. 64 

M illington Henry Synge 

Edward Wolstenholme Ward 

William Howard Jesse^^ 

Eustace Fane Bourchier^^ 

Henry Grain 

John Marshall Grant 

James Franicfort Manners Browne .... 

FitzRoy Molyneux Henry Somerset,^4^'. 

to the Carpi of Royal Sappenf^Miners, 

Horace William Montagu'* 

Valentine Thomas Mains 

Frederick WilHam King 

Francis Fowke ..*«.... .^.... 

Charles Richard Bbiney • . • 

Frederick Henry Rich. 

Francis Rawdon Chesney 

Tho. Andrew Lumsden Murray 

Herbert Newton Penrice 

Wm. Lawtie Morrison 

Anthony Charles Cooke •• • 

Thomas Inglis ••• 

Ben Hay Martindale ....« -•»* 

Charles Scrope Hutdiinsoo • % 

Henry Wray •••..• • 

Charles Pasley ••«.•.•.%.•. 

John 8 tokes * 

AndrewClarke,i5i«rwyor <?«•. «f Victoria 

Francis Du Cane • • • • 

Robert Dundas Kerr 

John Yerbury Moggridge 

Francis Koe • 

John Gordon Jer^eis ....#• 

Henry Whatley Tyler 

John Cromie Blackwood De Butts 

Walter Samuel Staee » 

Gwayas Speedwell Tilly ....... 

Edward Stanton 

Charles Comwallis Chesney 

Edward Charles De Moleyns .•«. 
Louis John Amad6e Annit 



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First Libutbxaittb. 

John J. Wilson 

Qeorge F. Dawson 

GnstaTus Sc« John Crofton 

Joshua Henry Smith 

Anthony Reynolds VTryan Crease . . . . 

Frederic Charles Belson 

Bdward Metcalfe Grain 

Arthur Payne Smith 

Augustas Meyer Lockner 

Philip Rayenhill 

Herbert Taylor Sibome 

Charles Style Akers i 

Berdoe Amherst Wilkinson 

Lothian Nicholson 

George Edmond Lushington Walker . . 

Francis Edward Cox 

Sidney Baynton Fttrrell 

Charles William Barry . . .. 

Charles Herbert Sedley 

William Francb Lambert 

Richard Warren 

Hugh Williams 

Hon, John James Bury 

Richard Hugh Stotherd 

WiUiamHatt Noble 

Henry Sohaw 

Edward Nicholas Heygate 

Gteorge Hamilton (Gordon • • 

Augustus Jonathan Gierke 

Charles Augustus Rice 

Charles John Fowler 

Alexander Ross Clarke 

Edward BaUibrigge 

James Murray • 

George Ranken 

Francis Horatio De Vere 

Henry Raymond Pelly 

Robert Mann Parsons 

Frederic Brine 

Arthur A'Court Fisher 

George Montague Stopford*' 

Edward Bridge ^.. 

Montagu Stopford Whitmore 

Howard Craufurd Elphinstone 

Charles Edward Cumberland 

Henry Reynolds Luard 

William Coles PhiUpotts 

Amelius Beauelerok Fyen •••••••••• 

Alexander Stephen Creyke 

James Grantham 

Glastonbury Neville 

Lionel Charles Barber 

George Reid Lempriere 

James Ponsonby Cox • 

Henry George Sayage 

Wilbraham Gates Lennox • . . 

Arthur Leahy 

Edward Loftus Bland 

Charles Edward Stuart Baynes 

Charles Le Gallais 

Anthony William Dumford 

Donald Alexander Frazer 

Thomas Molyneux Grayes 

William Christian Anderson 

Edmond Frederick DuCane ........ 

William Grossman ••• 

WHloughby Digby Marsh 

William James Stuart 



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John Clayton Cowell 

Robert Hawthorn •• 

Gerald Graham . • • 

Charles Elwin Harvey 

Robert William Duff 

George Philips 

Charles Nassau Martin 

Francis Edward Pratt 

Alfred George Goodall • 

John Mervin Cutcliffe Drake 

Edward Renouard James 

Charles William Townsend 

William Bailey 

Frederick Edward Blackett Beaumont 

Charles George Gordon 

Oliver Haldam Stokes 

John Henry Stockman Carter •••••. 

William Frederick Gilley 

James Bevan Edwards 

John Fretcheville Dykes Donnelly 

John Edwin Comes 

Thomas Graves Lowry 

William Meredith Somerville 

Alexander De Courcy Scott 

Carew Louis Augustus O'Grady •• . . 

Hon, Cameron Wrottesley 

Lonsdale Augustus Hale 

Wm. Henry Hart Davis Dumaresq . . 

Arthur Beid Lempiiere • 

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Peter Henry Scratchley 

Gustavns NicolU Kelsall 

Charles John Darrah 

John Popham Maquay 

Robert Nicholl Dawson 

John Major Henniker 

Edward Osborne Hewett 

Frederick Mould 

Constantino Phipps Carey 

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'Robert Grant 

*£dwafd Harding Stewart 

*£dward Donald Malcolm 

* Arthur Robert Mac Donnell 

*Jame9 Hamilton Wilson 

*Charles Anne Law de Montmorency 
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Corps of Royal Sappers and Miners. 

(Officered by the Corps of Royal Engineen.) 

Mqjor cf Brigade, — Fred. AugufltiiB Yorke, 17 Feb. 54. 
Acyuiani.— Captain FitiRoy M. H. SomerMt, 17 Feb. 54. 
Quarter^Masters, — Jenkin Jonee, 14 Jan. 48* 
George Allan, 1 April 63. 
William Young, 1 April 68. 
BBtabliflhment at Chatham forinetmeting the Corps in Military Field Works. 
Direttor.^9 Colonel H. D. Jones. 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal £!ngineers, 

1 General Thackeray was at the capture of Surinam in 1790; St. Martin's, and St. 
Bartholomew's, in 1801 ; directed the siege of Scylla Castle, in 1806 ; and that of the Fortivss 
of Santa Maura in 1800. Serred with the army in Spahi, in 1812 ; at the battle of Cas- 
talla, and siege of Tarragona in 1818, and remained with the army until 1814. 

2 General Birch served in Flanders, and Holland, In 1708, 04, and 05; the Egyp- 
tian campaign of 1801 ; taking of Copenhagen under Lord Cathourt ; in the north of Spain, 
in 1808 ; at the taking of Flushing, in 1800 ; defence of Cadiz, in 1810 and 11. He has 
received the silver War Medal for Barrosa. Shot tiirough the thigh near Valmesada, 7 Not. 
1808. 

4 (General NicoUs went out with a reinforcement of several Regts. to Gibraltar on 
the war breaking out with Spain in 1706, and remained blockaded in that fortress two 
and a half years ; proceeded from thence to the West Indies io 17M. Went as Commanding 
Engineer with Lt-^-Gen. Sir George Prevost to Nova Scotia in 1808, under expectations 
of hostiUttes with America. Remained there until the war broke out in 1812, and was 
actively employed in the protection of the frontiers of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, 
and was present at the capture of Moose Island, Castine and Bel&st. Commanding Engineer 
in Canada part of 1814 and 16. 

6 General Wright served in the West Indies during the war with France, from 
1800 to 1806 inclusive, including the capture of the islands of St. Lucia and Tobago from the 
French. 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 Sher- 
brooke ; 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 Kandian provinces ; 
and, on his return to England, visited the Court of Persia in an official capacity. 

6 Sir Charles Pasley's services :— defence of Gaeta, in 1806 ; battle of Maida; siege of 
Copenhagen, in 1807; campaign of 1808-9, including several skirmishes, and battle of 
Corunna. Reconnoitered the enemy's coast under the fire of batteries, and was aflerwaida 
at the siege of Flushing. Received a bayonet-wound through the thigh, and a musket- 
wound, which injured the spine, in leading a storming party to attack an advanced work 
occupied by the French on the Dike in front of Flushing, 14th Aug. 1809. Sir Charles has 
received the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for Maida and Corunna. 

7 Sir John Burgoyne's services -.—blockade of Malta, and surrender of Yaletta, In 1800 ; 
campaign in Egypt, in 1801 , including the capture of Alexandria, and attack of Roaetta, 
from 7th to 18th April, 1 801 . Campaigns in the Peninsula, including the retreat to Corunna, 
passage of the Douro, affair of Salamonde (blew up Fort Conception in presence of the 
enemy, 21st July) ; battle of Busaco, retreat to and occupation of the lines of Lisbon, siege 
of Badajoz, 2nd to Idth June, 1811 ; action of Elbodon, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, 
siege and storm of Badajoz, siege and capture of Forts at Salamanca, battle of Salamanca, 
advance to Madrid and capture of the Retiro, siege of Burgos, (wounded) 19th SepL to 
21st Oct. 1812 ; retreat from Burgos, advance of the army and crossing the Ebro, battle 
of Yittoria, siege and storming of San Sebastian, (wounded) 16th July to 13th Aug. ; siege 
of Castle of San Sebastian, 31st Aug. to 0th Sept. 1813 ; passage of Bidassoa, battles of the 
NIvelle and Nive, passage of Adour, blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. Served 
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1815, and capture of Fort Bowyer. Sir John has recelyed the gold cross and one dasp for 
Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, St. Sebastian, and Nive; and the silver War Medal with thrae 
clasps for Bnsaco, Ciadad Rodrigo, and Nivelle. Employed as a Lieut.>General on the 
Stan with the Eastern Army, and was present at the battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol. 

11 Lient-General ElUcombe senred in the Peninsula from Nov. 181 1 to the end of the war, 
including the siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and stonn of Badajoz, retnat from. 
Boigos, advance of the army and crossing the Bbro, battle of Vittoria, as Brigade- Major; 
siege and storm of San Sebastian, 16th July to 9th Sept. 1818 ; passage of Bidassoa, battles of 
Kivelle and Nive (10th,llth and 12th Dec. 1818) ; passage of the Adour, blockade of Bay- 
onne and repulse of the sortie. He has received the gold Medal for San Sebastian, and the 
tilver War Medal with live clasps for Ciudad Rodrigo, BadaJoz,Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive. 

12 Lieut.-General Fanshawe's services:— capture of Cape of Good Hope, in 1806; expe* 
dltion 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 of Flushing, in 1809. 

12t Sir Charles Smith served at the capture of the Danish Islands of Santa Cruz, St. 
Thomas, and St. John, in 1807; at the siege of Fort Bourbon and capture of Martinique 
(wounded), in 1809. Senior engineer in charge of Cadiz and its environs in the opera* 
tions connected with the battle of Barrosa, in 1811. Commanding engineer in the 
defence of Tarifa, and in the field operations which led to that event. Commanding ' 
engineer at Cadiz prior to and when the siege was raised in 1812. Subsequently present 
at the action of Osma, battle of Vittoria, actions of Villa Franca and Tolosa, siege of St. 
Sebastian, — commanding engineer in the early part of the siege. Capitulation of Paris, 
and with the army of occupation. Commanded the allied land forces, at the bombardment 
and surrender of Beyrout, and at the capture of St. Jean d'Acre in 1840, at which last he 
was severely wounded. Gold Medal and one clasp for Vittoria and San Sebastian ; the 
silver War Medal with one clasp for Martinique ; and the Na?al Medal for Syria. Sir 
Charles has served 20 years in the West Indies. 

18 Major-General Harding served with the army in Sicily, in 1812; on the eastern coast 
of Spain in 1813, including the battle of Castalla, attack of Denia, and siege of Tarragona. 
In 1815, he served as commanding engineer with the Prussian army under Prince 
Augustus of Prussia at the sieges of Maubeuge, Landrecy, Marienburg, Philippeville, and 
Rocroy ; and continued with the army of occupation until 1818. 

14 Major-General Lewis's services '.—campaign in Naples and Calabria, in 1805 and 1806, 
including the battle of Maida and siege of Scylla Castle. Capture of Ischia and Proeida, in 
the Bay of Naples, in Aug. 1809; and siege of the Castle of Ischia. Siege of the Fort at 
Santa Maura, in 1810. Campaign of 1818 in the Peninsula ; wounded at the assault of the 
breach of St. Sebastian — lost the left leg above the knee. He has received the silver War 
Medal with two clasps for Maida and St. Sebastian. 

15 Sir Frederick Smith served in Sicily fh>m 1807 to June