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No. CLXY. ^3BBBlB^ft ^CTH l Published Quaeteelt. 

\st January J 1880. ^wl^^J^BBnToK Price io«. 6d, 



THE 

NEW ARMY LIST 

MILITIA LIST, 

AND 

INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE LIST; 

EZHIBITINa THE 

RANK, STANDING, and a SUMMARY of the WAR SERVICES 
OP EYERY REGIMENTAL OFFICER IN THE ARMY 

SERVING ON PULL PAY, 

INOLUDINQ 

THE EOYAL MARINES, 



INDIAN STAFF CORPS AND LOCAL INDIAN FORCES 

DiSTINaUISHIMa THOSE 

WHO HAVE SERVED IN THE PENINSULA, 

WHO WERE AT WATERLOO, 

YTHO HAVE RECEIVED MEDALS AND OTHER DISTINCTIONS, 

AMD 

WHO HAVE BEEN WOUNDED, AND IN WHAT ACTIONS ; 
WITH THE PERIOD OF SERVICE BOTH ON FULL AND HALF PAY. 

aiYINa ALSO 

THE DATES OF EVERY OFFICER'S COMMISSIONS^ 

AMD 




BY THB LATE 

LIEUTENANT GENERAL H. G. HARTr 

EDITED BY HIS SON. 

LONDON : 
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET- 

1880. 

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CONTENTS. 



YAes 

Aides de Cftznp to (iheQneen 3 

Army Pay Department 271—276 

Bengal, Madras, and Bonibay Staff Corps, ftc... 310—440 

Oavalry Depdt at Canterbury ;„.... 863 

Chaplains' Department 296 

Commissariat and Transport Department 266 

Corps of (Gentlemen at Arms 30 

Department of Artillery Studies 26a 

Garrisons 26 

General and other Officers of Her Majesty's 

Local Indian Forces 304 — 309 

Gradation List of General and Field Officers ... 4—14 

Indian Civil Service List „ 474-^489 

Medical Department 277 — 294 

Militia 443—473 

Military Establishments 28 

Military Knights of Windsor 32 

Mobilization ofthe Forces at Home 170 

Officers who have received Certificates fi*om 

Royal Military College 441 

Officers who have passedthrongh Staff College 441—448 
Officers receiving Bewards for Distinguished 

Services ^ ,... 29-290 



»AOB 

Ordnance Manufkotnring BstabliAhmentB .....'. 263 

Ordnance Store Department 269 

Becniiting Staff. 263 

Regiments of Cavaby 33^63 

Regiments of Inflmtiy 129—261 

Royal Artillery 64—105 

Royal Engineers 104—128 

Royal Malta Fencible Artilleiy 262 

Royal Marines 297—301 

Royal Military Academy at Woolwich 27 

Royal Militaiy College at Sandhurst 27 

School of Gunneiy 262 

School of Militaiy Engineering 26? 

School of Musketry at Hythe 262- 

Staff Abroad 22 

Staff at Home 15 

Staff Collogo at Sandhurst 27 

Staff Officers of Pensioners 264—26^ 

Staff— Sub Districts iS" 

Veterinary Department 295 

Yeomen Qf the Guard 37 



EXPLANATIONS. 



K.G. 

K.T. 

K.P. 
O.O.B. 
K.C.B. 

O.B. 

G.aB.i. 

K.C.S.L 
C.8.L 



Knight of the Order of the Garter. 

Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 

Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 

Knight €hrand Orott of the Order of the Bath. 

Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath. 

C<mpanion of the Order of the Bath. 

Knight Chand Commander of the Order of the 

Star of India. 
Knight Commander of the Star of India. 
Companion of the Star of India. 



CLE. Companion of the Indian Empire. 
G.C.M.G. Knight Grand Crou of the Order of St- 

Michael and St. George. 
K.C.M.G. Knight ComffktMler of ditto ditto. 

C.M.G. Companion ot ditto ditto. 

G.C.H. Knight Grand CroM of the Royal Hanoveriaa 

Guelphic Order. 
K.C.H. Knight Co»«iaiu2«r of ditto ditto. 

K.H. Knight of ditto ditto. 

K.C. Knight of the Cresoent. 



|l Before the Ifame, denotes that the Officer served in the Peninsula, or the Sonik qfFranee» 

^ •ar^4.^^^^ '^Jr^»^ f Offioers actually present in either of the actions of the i6th 17th or 18th June 1815, 8ucb 

^ Waterloo Medal. ^ officers are aUowed two years* additional service. 

FC Victoria Cross. 

The nunea of the General Officers on the Retired List— these General Offioers being over 70 years of age — ^are 
indicated by an Italic letter r. prefixed to their names. 

The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are aetuallm attached ; c. before the 
name denotes thi^ the Officer has received a certificate iVom the Senior Department, Royal Military College ; the 
letters p.e.e. are placed before the Names of Officers who have paf^Kcd through the Staff College ; and the Letter r. 
after the names of Offio^ employed on the JUeruiting Service. The letters p. •. after the name of a Militia Officer 
denote that he has passed a School of Instruction. The * h^ore the Name or Date of Commission denotes Tern* 
porory Rank only. The Letter ' b^ore the date indicates that tho Commission was purehaeed. 

The words subscribed to the titles of Regiments as "Peninsula/* "Waterloo/* Ac, denote the Honorary Dis- 
tinctions x>ermitted to be borne by such Regiments on their colours and appointments, in commemoration of their 
services. 

The Columns of length of service are corrected for the January and July Numbers only. 



NOTICE. 

Late Corrections being a fruitful source of errors of the Press, it Is therefore indispensably 
necessary, in order to ensure careful attention, that Communications for Hart's 
Quarterly Army List should reach the Editor NOT LATER than the end of the second 
month of each quarter; aiid those for Hart's Annual Army List AT LATEST by the end 
of October, but earlier Communication is very much to be preferred; and it la particu- 
larly requested that ALL Communications be addressed ONLY to 
The BDCTOR of HART'S ARMY LIST, 

50, Albemarle Street, 

LONDON, W. 

The Editor desires also to notify that he does not and cannot supply copies of Hart's 
Army Lists either to Regular Subscribers or to Occasional Purchasers. 



NOW READY. 

"HART'S ANNUAL ARMY LIST," FOE 1880: 

WITH AN INDEX, Prick 215. 



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HER MAJSSTY QX7EEN VICTORIA. 

Brivafe Stereimrf io ikg Qm«« Lieatenant General 5ir Henry Frederick Fonsonby, XCB, 

Aides de Oamp to the Queen. 

Ttnoual < Field Marshal m» S^al m§htu9$ fiU Prinet of Wales, KG, XT. JTP. QCB. OCSI. GCMG. 
JLiU* de Camp X Lt.Ck>lonel Hu Sofol Higkmm ike Duke ^ConnanRht, KG, X7. £P. GCMG. GCSI, Rifle Brigade. 

Colonel MarquU of Donegall, ZP. GCS. Antrim Militia. 

W. F. Duke of Bucclenoh, KG. Edinburgh Militia- 

Sufhi Hon. John Wilson, Lord Winmarleiffh, 3 R. 

Laac. Militia. 
Robert Alex. Shafto, Z<ml Waveney, Suffolk Artillery 

MiUtia. 

C. TW. Eversley, Hampshire Yeomanry Cavalry. 

F. K. Lord Methuen. R. Wiltshire Militia. 

W. A. a MarqwU ({f Bxeter, Northampton Militia. 

Wm. James E. Grant, CB. Royal Artillery. 

— Robert Tolver, Lord Gerard, Lancashire Hussars 

Yeomanry Cavalry. 

William Bell. Royal Guernsey Militia. 

Thomaa F. Wilson, CB. Bengal Staff Corps. 

Robert Phayre, CB. Bombay Staff Corps. 

Sir Chaa. Hen. Brownlow, ICB. Bengal Staff Corps. 

Ar Peter Stark Lumsden, KCB. C8I, Bengal Staff 

Corps. 

'FC John Wafeson, CB. Bombay Staff Corps. 

Richard Herbert Gall, CB. h.p. 14 Hussars. 

Horatio Harbord Morant, h.p. 27 F. 

Sir Hugh Owen Oiren, Barl, Royal Pembroke 

ArtaietyMilttia. 

James Rose. Brigade Depot. 

Bdward Chippindall, CB. Brigade Depot. 



Colonel George Harrington Hawes, h.p. 9 F. 

Hercules Atkin Welman, h.p. Depot Batt. 

Thomas Durand Bsker, CB. 18 F. 

Be. Hon. Frederick Arthur Stanley, J£P. late Lt. 

and Captain Grenadier Guards; x Royal Lanca- 
shire Militia (Supernumerary). 

Hamond Weston Gwyn, Royal Marines. 

YC Christopher Charles Teesdalo, CB. Royal 

Artillery. 
IT© Sir Howard Crauftird Elphinstono, KCB. CJ£G. 

Royal Engineers. 
G. G. Barl <if Warwick, Warwickshire Yeomanry 

Cavalry, 
-r- Hon. Frederick Arthur Wellesley, Coldstream Gdi. 

{Supernumerary) . 

Edward William Blackott, h.p. Depot Batt« 

James Godfray, Jersey Militia. 

Sir Francis Worgan Festing, CB. KCMG. Royal 

Marine Artillery. 

ir«t Redvors Henry Buller, CB. 60 Foot. 

Francis HowcU Jenkins, CB. Bengal Staff Corps. 

John Dydc. CMO. late Commandant of Montreal 

Volunteers (Honorary). 
Lt.Colonel Casimir S. Gzowski, SraffOfflcer to Engineer 

Force in Canada (Honorary). 



Use Majxstt's Sscxnxar of StjlXB vob Wam Biffhi Hon. Odl«aBl F. A. STAITLEY, MP. 

PrivmU Seereiary Ralph Dalyell. 

jMtielant PrteoU Secretary Captain G. W. A. FitsGcorgc, ao Hutsars. 

°8lx^Sf^?wL^^f^"!..Y."'^.^."^^^ *^** ^'"- ^^*'- ^^* ^^^^' ^""^ °^ ^"^^ ^'^^*- 

Priuate Secretary Arthur T. Liddell. 

^"a*wK^^^^'^:^!!!?..?"".^^^^^ »»lP^ W- Thompson, CB. 

JVtMi* Seeretarg J. W. Cooper. 

AMoietant Under Secretary qf State Colonel H. G. Deodes, late of 60 Rifles. 

Legal Secretary Charles Mathew Clode. 

fl«MAj.sTT-sSintv«To«G«FiiiJiD»niBOai)»A»ci...{^*-^?SJ4^Q2!S^ °' ^"^^^^^^^^^^ ^^ 

Pfivata Secretary Owen Henry Morshead. 

Director qf SuppKee and Traneport Arthur Lawrence Haliburton. 

A et iet a n i to the Director ofSuppUee and Traneport. George LawBOn . 
Commietary General at Head Quariere Fit^james Edward Watt 

Director ^Artaicry and Sioree {^'^Artiul^TJAu^y^s". ^^''' ^'""P^®"' ^^- ^^^ 

AeeictantDirectoreofAHUlcryandStoree {S^&fotfS.l-Sit^^^^^ 

DireHor qf Contracle Evan C. Nepcan. 

luwctor General of Piort^aOon and Director qff General Sir J. Lintom A. Simmons, OCB. Royal 
trorke \ Engineers, x Aug. 75. 

Aide de Camp Captain C. M. Watson, Royal Engineers. 

Depafy Director qf Worke^for Fortijleaiione Colonel C. B. P. N. H. Nugent, CB. Royal Engineers. 

Aeeietant Diroetorqf Worke, for Portificatione... Colonel J. H. Smith, Royal Engineers. 

Deputy Director of Wor1ee,for Barraeke Colonel P. Ravenhill, CB. Royal ^gineers. 

AmumLimI TUf^i^^ nf Wnmir* A^ 7>«*^i.z-. fColoncl G. B. L. Walker, Royal Engineers. 
AMcmtantDerectoreof Work*, fn- Barraeke ^TJe: Colonel G. Graham, CB Royal Engineers. 

Inepedor ef Suhmarine Dtfe^pe* Colonel W. Crossman, CMG. Royal Engineers. 

Anittamt Inepedor of SiAmarine Dtfeneee Major S. Anderson, CMG, Royal Engineers. 

Tas FuTASoiAi. SscKRjLBT fFC Lt. Colonel R. J. Loyd-Lindsay, MP. late of Scots 

l Guards. 

Priaate Secretarp George M. Farquharson. 

Accoamtant General William Henry White. 

DepeOy Aecemmtant General R. H. Klnox. 

deeutoMiAccauniant General H. T. De la B6re. Digitized by GoOglC 



4 FIELD MARSHALS. 

Si$ Soval ITigkneMi Gaorge W. F. C. Duke of Cambridge, I^Q. KF. GCB. &CM&. GC8L Grenadier GnardB, Royal 
Artillery, and Royal Engineers, Coltnul in CkiefofBke 6ofk Sijle», Commanding in Cki^, g Nov. 62. 

Si$ Bo^al Siffhnut Albert Edward Prince of WfJes and Duke o/ComwaU, KG, XT, ITP, GCB, GC8I, GCMG, 
xoHossars, CoUmel in Chief of the Ri/U Brigade, 39 May 75. 

9BWMr C. Yorke, GCB. Rifle Brigade, 2 Jane 77. 

Hugh H. Lord Strathnaim, GCB. GCSI. Royal Horse Guards, a June 77. 



J. H. Perceval, CB. 97 F. 
Sir J. St. George, KCB. R.Art. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. 
OEKERALE . r. Lord Wm. Panlet. GCB.68T. 

1863 I Equerry to H.B.H. the Duke 

r.ftVR. England, GCB. irfl. j of Cambridge 7 Oct. Sir F. Beymour, Bart. KCB. it P. 

41 p 6 July )♦*. John Patton, 12 F 10 Oct. ' Matter of ike Ceremoniee and Extra 

r, *r\^^ J, (jodrington, <?CB^ i*"- E- Frome, R. Bng 21 Nov. | Groom in Waiting to the Queen. 

Coldstream Guards 27 July »--c.*»»'I>A.Cameron,(?CJ8.42F. 5 l>ec. J. L Dennis. CS. 52 P. 

' "^ . ,Sir F. P. Haines, GCB. GCSI. CIS. 

187». - ~ ■ — ■ - 

r, R. Richardson'Robertson, 

CJf. 3 Dr. Gds 13 Apr. 

r. 8. Braybrooke, 99 P x6 Apr. 

. Sir Cha. T. Van Straubenzee, 

rcB. - 

SirJR.W. 



1864. 



r. «. Q flSr D. M'Gregor, XCS. 28 Oct. 

1865. 
r. Geo. Cha. Earl, of Lncan, 

GCB, 1 Life Gds 28 Aug. 

1866. 
r. 18 J?<. Jon. 54r Wm. T. 

KnoUv-s, XCB.6a F. , Gentle- 
man Ueher of the Black Bod ; 

Groom of the Stole to 

EC.B.H. the Prince ofWal^, r. 0. Ashmore. 30 F 19 Oct. 

and Receiver General of the j*"- J- Lawrenaon, 13 Hussars... a Nov. 

Duo^qf Cornwall 17 June j 

r. Sir H. R. Ferg. Davie, Bt. 1876. 

73 F 25 June *•• S- J* Hodgson, a P a Feb. 

1868. '*"• H. O. iTarq. of Hertford, 



X04 P. Comm. in Chiefs E. Indiee, 

, J. A. Lambert. 

'r. H. P. Raymond, i Foot. 

W. C. E. Napier, 3 P. Governor Boyal 

I MUitarg College. 

P 29 ^Pr. .Sir C. H. EUice, KCB. 49 P. Adjutant 

Walker, JrCJ.50 P. X3 May , General. 



r.e.mSirT.Reed,&CB.44F. x Jan. 
r. Air R. J. Daores, GCB. R. 

Art a Feb. 

r. «ir W. P. Williams, Bart. 

GCB.'&.A.rt a Aug, 

r. P. 8. Stanhope. 13 P aa Nov. 

1869. 
«*. nt H. Zord Rokeby, GCB. 

Scots Guards 8 Mar. 

r. Henry W. Breton, 56 P. ... 18 Dec. 
1870. 

r. 9 Thos. G. Ball, 8 F xoJan. 

r. Sir B. Sabine, KCB. R. Art. 7 Feb. 
r. Or G. Brooke, JTCS. R.Art. 24 May 
r. 5lr G. H. Lockwood, KCB. 

3 Hussars aa Oct. 

r. Sir P. Grant. GCB. GCMG. 

78 P. Governor of Cheleea 

Hoepital 19 Nov. 

r. 8%r K. J. H. Vivian, GCB. 

loa F 22 Nov. 

1871. 
r. 5ir W. Wyllic, GCB. X03 P. 24 Feb. 
r. e. R. IxmJ Airey, GCi?. 7 P. 9 Apr. 

r. H. Goodwyii, ft. Eng 14 July 

r. SirM. BvA\qt,GCB. Rifle Br. as Oct. 
r. Sir J. B. Gough, GCB.-i Drs. 25 Oct. 
r. Hon. Arthur Upton, 107 P. as Oct. 
r. «rA. J. Cloet^, KCB. KH. 

X9P as Oct. 

r. 9 SB G. Macdonald. x6 P. as Oct. 

r. J. R. Craufnrd, 91 P... 25 Oct. 

r. P. Taylor, KI£. 2^ F 19 Nov. 

r. o. T. H. Johnston, 66 F 5 Deo. 

r. H. A. Hankcy, 1 Dr. Gds. 7 Dec. 
r. H. D. Townsnend, as P. ... 31 Dec. 

1878. 
r. P. P. Whinyatcs, R. Art. .. ai Jan. 

r. Wm. H. Eden, 90 F 4 Mar. 

r. Cha. Gascoyne, 7a P xoMay 

r.5!ir J.Alexander,jrCS.R.Art. x Aug. 

r.J.T. lAno, CB. R. Art 6 Oct. 

Might Hon. Sir Edw. Lugard, 

GCB. 31 P. Chief Com. of the 

Armg Purchate Commieeton ... 34 Oct. 

1878. 

r.G.H. MacKinnon, CB. a6F. 19 Jan. 

r. 1^ P. V. England, R. Art.... 29 Mar. 

r. G. P. Vi$e. Templetown, 

KCB. 2 Life Guards 6 Apr. 

r. e. W. N. Hutchinson, 33 F. 29 May 
1874. 

r. P. Johnston 7 Jan. 

«. Sir J. Michel, fl^CS. 86 P. 

Comm. the Force* in Ireland 28 Mar. 
R. C. Lord Napier of Magdala, 

GCB. GCSI. R. Eng. Gov. 

d' Com. in Chief of GiSraliar x Apr. 
Sir R. P. Dougla6,£arf. 



98 P 

G. A. Malcolm. Cfl. 105 F. 
r Goo. Ciimplidl, CJJ. R. Art 



Charles Stuart, 46 F 29 May V. H. R. Jones, CB. 6 Dr. Gds. 

Hon, Sir A. A. Spencer, r. A. Tucker, CB. Bengal 8. C. 

GCB. 43 F 14 Sept. iSir T. M. Steele, KCB. 61 P. Command- 

" ' ' '^ ing at Alderthot. 

r. e. J. P. Sparks, CB. 38 P. 

r. Edw. Darvall, Bengal S. C. 

Sir R. Wilbraham. KCB. 80 F. 

r. Hexi^ Palmer, Bengal S. C. 

r. Sir W. B. Baker, f CB.R. Eng. 

r. B. W. Dumford, R. Eng. 

David Pott, CB. Bengal 8. C. 

Wm. Irwin. 88 Foot 

H. Darby-Griffith, CB. 5 Lancers. 

r. e. P. D. George, CB. 76 Foot. 

Sir Geo. Balfour, KCB. R. Art. 

J. Yorke, CB. X9 Hussars. 

Hie Eogal Highneee Prince Frederic 

ChristianCharles Augustus of Sohles- 

wig-Holstein. 
r.P. K. M'G. Skinner, CB. Bomb. S.C. 
W. B. Mulcaster. Bengal 8.C. 
O. Cavenagh, Bengal S. 0. 
J. H. B. Dalrymple, CB. 108 P. 
John S. Faton, CB, Bengal S.O. 
Henry J. Pelly, Bombay S.C. 
R. R. Younghusband, CB. Bomb. S.C. 
r. H. H. Graham, CB. 77 Foot. 
H. Renny, CSI. 8x Foot. 
Sir John J. Bisset, CB, KCMG, xo6 P. 
Sir Chas. Reid. KCB, Bengal B.C. 
Sir B. A. Holdich, KCB,_si P. 
Sir O. W. D. Sfcaveley, KCB. 36 P. 
R. N. PhiUips, 6< Foot, 
(veo. P. Whish, Bengal S.C. 
Sir G. Malcolm, KCB. Bombay S.C. 
G. A. Schomberg, CB, R. M. Art. 
Sir Alfred H. Horsford, GCB, 14 P. 

MiUtarg Seeretmy 
W, D. P. Patton, 74 P. 
Sir Bdw. C. Warde, KCB. R. Art. 
H. P. Dnnsford, CB. Bengal S.C. 
r. Q90, Wynne, R. Eng. 
V€ 3irC. Dickson, KCB. R. Art. 
Sir D. B. Wood, GCB. R. Art. 
r. J. Abbott, CB. R. Art. 
Sir J. W. Pitsmasrer. KCB, R. Art. 
P. Turner. CB, B. Art. 
r. Sir H. D. Harness, f'CB. R. Eng. 
r. i9»r James Brind, KCB. R. Art. 
A. Huyshe, CB. R. Art. 
r. T. K. WhisUer, R. Art. 
C. B. Ford, R. Eng. 
Sir's. B. Johnson, jrC£. CIE. R. Art. 
Geo. Ramsay, Bengal S. C. 

e. SSr A.Borton,irC7J9.x W.LR. 

Gov.4rCom. in Chirf ai Malta 4 Dec . 
r. H. B. Tomer, R. Bng 2x Dec. 



, GCB xoPeb. 

r. W. T. Renwick, R. Eng. ... 27 Feb. 
\r. e, W. A. M'Cleverty, 48 P. 17 Mar. 
r. Sir A. T. Cotton, KCSI. R. 

Eng ao Mar. 

r. C. A. Lewis, 64 P 5 Apr. 

r. W. Parlby, ax Hussars aa May 

John T. Hill, 75 P 34 June 

r. J. Longfleld, CB. 20 F X9 July 

5BrP.W.Hamilton,JrGB.2xP. ax Nov. 
pn Sir J. Bloomfleld, 
r2I.R.Art a6Nov. 

1877. 
r. Sir Chas. Hastings Doyle, 

KCMG. 87V xsMar. 

r. Sir Fred. Horn, KCB. ao P. a June 
lSM'E.Green,irCJB. Bombay S.C. a June 
Sir A. M. Beoher, KCB. Ben- 
gal S.C 9 June 

r. John ffolliott Crofton, 6 P. 23 Aug. 

1 Oetobar 1877. 
r. C. Grant, CB, R. Art. 
r. T. P. Plude, R. Art. 
Sir A. A.T.Ounynghame, G CD.60 Rifles, 
r. R. Parker, 5 Dr. Gds. 
r. Sir Cha. Trollope, KCB. 53 P. 
Lord Geo. A. P. Paget, KCB. 4 Hns. 

B. J. Taylor, a W.LR. 
r. W. B. Goodfellow, R. Eng. 
G. W. Key, 15 Hussars, 
r. Sir A. J. Lawrence, KCB. 58 P. 
Hon. Sir G. Cadogan, KCB. 71 P. 
J. C. Hope Gibsone, 17 Lancers, 
r. C. P. Ainslie, x Drs. 
r. Freeman Murray, 60 Rifles. 
A. N. Viee, Bridport, Equerry to the 

r. ^David Russell, KCB. 84 P. 

W. S. Newton, 8a P. 

r. e. R. Rumley, 37 P. 

r. G. C. W., Lord Forester. 

Sir B. C. Hodge, KCB, 4 Dr. Gds. 

H. E. Doherty, CB. 

A. H. Ferryman, CB. 40 P. 

r. T. J. Galloway, 70 P. 

r. Sir Wm. Jones, JTC 

Hon. Sir Alex. Hamilton' 

xoo P., Hon, Equerry to the Queen, 
r. Corbet Cotton, lox P. 
r. R. P. Copland-Crawford, R. Art. 
Sir H. Bates, KCB. 9 P. 
Sir P. E. Chapman, GCB. R. Eng. 
r. e. T. M. Wilson, 9« P. 
r. G. Staunton, CB. 9a P. 

C. Crutchley, 33 P. 
r. M. K. Atherley, xoo P. 
Sir Trevor Chute, KCB, 33 F. 
r. W. G. Brown, 83 P. 
r. W. E. D. Broughton. R. Eng. 



ZCB. 33 F, 

L-6ordon,XCi7. 



1878. 

D.B.Mackirdy,69F x8 Mar. 

J. & Brownrigg, CB. 95 F... ao Mar. 
W. M. 8. M'Murdo, CB. xs P. 20 May 

Wm. Munro,CB. 93 P 25 Juxio 

r. A. C. Brrington, 51 Foot .. xo An^. 
e. C. A. Edwards, CB. x8 P.... xo Augr. 

]H. Righy, R. Eng 15 Aug. 

H. Pritchard. Madras S.C. ... 90 Aug. 

IW. M. Wood, 67 Foot t6 Sept. 

Sir J.Lintom A. Simmonfl,(?Ci/.R. Bng. H. Smyth, CB, 2 Foot 29 Sept. 

iTispector General of Fortiflcations. ■ Lord Mark Kerr, C3. 54 F xx Nov. 

" '^ - - J. R. Bocher, CJ8. R. Eng. ... a9 Not. 



t4 Apr. 
16 Mav 
>i .luly r. SirW. M. CopUUn. XCfi. R. Art. 



r. Heury Ejvc, 5; K 23 Sept. r. c. M. W. Smith, CU. 20 llussnrs. John Wilkie, 14 Hussars ai Dec. 



1879. 
Sir H. P. de Bathe, Bart. 89 F. t Jan. 
Su-Rich. Waddy.fCB.63F. 5 Feb. 
3irEdm.Hajthorne,f C:B.37F 15 Mar. 
W. G. Suther. CS. K. Mar. ... 15 Apr. 

T. Brooke, aS Foot 27 Apr. 

Sir H. D.White. XCJB. 6 Dr. 27 May 
P. C. Penrose, CB. R. Mar.... 4 June. 

W. H. Aakwith. B. Art. 97 June 

H- A. Carleton, CB. R. Art.... 10 July 
rSirW. 6.B.Noroo<;t,f Cil.47F.x4 July 
A> Daniel Lysona^JTCJ}. 45 P. 

QmartrrM4uier Q^meral 14 July 

W. L. Sari o/Longfbrd, ZCB. 

5 Foot 3« July 

MlSJf. Prin^ W. A. Edward 

of Saze Weimar. CB, 10 F. 

Co m mamJi mff Saatktm Dia- 

ff^ct, 14 Nov. 



General OJpcct's, 

W. T. Layard. 

J. H. Laye. 

W. C. Forreat, CB. 

A. T. Phillpotte, R. Art. 

G. P. Sealy, R. Art. 

Him. J. W. B. Maodonald, CB. Private 

Seeretaiy to H.B.S. tJu Duke of 

Cambridge. 
R. J. Bauzncrartner. CB, 
G. C. Clarke. CB. 
C. P. Fordyce, CB. 
e. P. A. Whimper, CB. 
R. W. D. Leith, CB. 
r. Wm. Richard Preeton. 
E. Stanton, CB. R.Bnflr. 
r. T. C. Kelly, CB. 
Sir H. F. Ponsonby, JTCB. Private 



,KC8I.B,.AtI. 



XXBUTJEAAirT 0EHSBAL8. 

WT7. 

SrA- Little, JTCil.o Lancera xi July 

Sir John Douglas, GCB. 79 F 33 Aug. 

1 Octobtf UT7. 
C. J. Dalton. B. Art. 
J. H. Francklyn. CB. B. Art. 
r. J. Maatland, R. Art. 
«r H. Cha. B. Danbeney, JTCB. 55 P. 
R. W. P., JBarl Howe. CB. 17 F. 
Sir T. W. M'Mahon, Bi. CB. x8 Hna 
Alex. HaxweU. CB. 34 F. 
R. T. Farren. CB. 35 Foot. 
H. 8. Rowan, CB. R. Art. 
R. Wardlaw. CB. 7 Dr. Gda. 
J. T. Grant. CB. 94 F. 
Alex. Low. CJ9. 2 Dr. GdB. 
Percy Hfll. CB. 85 Foot. 
«b- B. H. Oreathed. KCB. 
W. N. Cnstanee, CB. xx Hub. 
«r R, D. KeUy. JTCB. 
J. R. Smart. CB. 
Horn. Robert BoUo. CB. 
H. J. Warre. CB. Commander it 

CUef, BaeAag. 
J. E. Goodwyn. CB. 
R. de Salia, CB. 8 Huasara. 
AT.H«ryland«CB. 
G. V. Maxwell. CB. 
«r B. 8. Smyth. XCJffir. Cam. in CkitflL, « „ . ,^ rtor-'t. V c r. 

r >» Ji r ' •' C. A. Barwell. CB._Bengal 8.C. _ 

T. B. F. Marriott. B. Art. 
r. E. B. Jeffln^ys, CB. 
Mom. &r V. Colbome, rCB. 
Mom. St. G. G. Fol^, CB. 
Cha. KImhirst, CB, 
R. C. H. Taylor. CB. 



T. Stock. Bombay 8.C xi June 

Sir J. M. Adye, JtCB. R. Art. 27 June 
Sir H. B. L. Thuillier, CSI. 

R.Art 10 July 

G. F. S. Call, CB 14 July 

Rob. Bruce, Commandimg in 

Scotland 31 July 



SeereUuy to the Queen, and Zetper-of R. Y. Shipley, CB ix Aug. 



ike Primf Puree and Extra Equerni to 

Her Maieety. 
Edmund Ogle, R. Bng. 
O. P. Bourke. 
a. Brskine. 

. G. Wynyard. 
T. Pattle. CB. 
W.L. Ingall, CB. 
C. P. B. Walker. CB. Director General 

ofMUUary Education. 
r. Wm. Clarke. 

A. J. Herbert, CB. 
James, Lord Seaton. 
J. S. Hawkins, R. Eng 
ArA.B.Kemball,JrCJ _ 
H. W. Montagu, CB. R. E: 
Sir J. H. LefPoy, CB. JCCM&. R. Art. 
G. T. Chamberlain, CSI. Bengal S. C. 
ir« W. Olpherts. CB. B. Art. 

B. H. Maxwell, CB. B. Art. 
r. S. 0. Briggs. Madras S. C. 
W. D. Aitken, B. Art. 
Reynell G. Tavlor, CB. CSI, Ben. B.C. 

C. B. FuUer, R. Art. 
A. Tytche, CSI. Bengal S. C. 
Sir D. M. Stewart, JtCB. BeuG^al S.C. 



1879. 

c. J. E. Addison i Jnn. 

Edmund Roche 5 ^'ob. 

Wm. Inglis, CB 15 Mar. 

G. B. Rodney, CB. R. Mar.... 13 Apr. 
Lawrence Shadwell, CB. ... 27 Apr. 
C. J. Foster, CB. Member of 



the Council of the Secretary 

of State for India 5 

P. H. Fellowes. R. Mar 4 June 



J. E. Collings, CB x8 Sept. 

Ralph Budd 24 Nov. 

G. JackBon, Bengal S.C 17 Nov. 

U. Hamilton, CB, Commanding 
Cork Dietriet 30 Nov. 

MAJOR OEHERALB. 
1868 

T. Addison, CB ' 6 Mar. 

r. C. C. M'Intyre, CB 6 Mar. 

James MauricePrimrose, CSI. 

Com. Poona Divieion 6 Mar. 

F.R.ElrinKton,CB 6 Mai-. 

C. L. Nugent 6 Mar. 

P. Archer-Butler, CB 6 Mar. 

R. O. Bright, CB. Com. a 

DioieioH in Bengal 6 Mar. 

c. Wm. Sankey, CB 6 Mar. 

E. Wodehouse 6 Mar. 

P. Burton, CB 6 Mar. 

Wm. Gordon, CB 28 June 

G. H. S. WUUs, CB. Command- 

ing Northern Dietriet 28 June 

J. H. Wingfleld 28 Juno 

Lord A. C. L. FitsRoy, CB, 

Equerry to the Queen 28 June 



OrH. W. Norman, -rCB. C/B. Bengal |j. jJaubeny, CBT !!!'.'.'.!!! 28 June 

» J^' M^ ^n.^^ ^ « r, JR. Warden, CB 28 Juno 

R. Hamilton, CB. Madras S.C. * 

Henry J. Barr, Bombay S.C. 
W. T. Hughes. CB. Bengal S.C. 



,C. H. Morris, CB 28 June 

IG. W. Thompson 28 June 

o- IT T> r w>^« -n ^ « r^ M. Bruce 28 June 

&r H Daly. JTCB Bombay B.C. j. r. Qlyn, CB. Commanding 

iii'-I'^'^S^^'S^'^^^^J^^^.r^ar Dubui Dietriet .„ 28 June 

^f ^"^ hi- B«>^®' ^^^- -^rCS/. ^. scudamore, CB 28 June 

Bengal S.C. \K.yf. McL. Fraeer 28 June 

C, Cureton, CB. Bengal 8.0. _ _ JEdw. Price, CB. B. Art 28 June 

iG. W. P. Bingham, CB. Hon. 
UL' A -*!. ^»_' • tS. " 7;» «-r,flr Colonel Eaet Kent Militia... 28 June 
O^^a" B^al Vc^^' |J-.Co°P".yu^?- ^^i^^ ^<- 

0. Mackenzie. Cb'. Madras S. G. 



H. Nott. Madras S.C. 

Cha. Douglas, B. Art. 

J. T. Shakespear, Beng. B. C. 2 Oct. 

r. S. Wells, CB 4 Dec. 



B. A. Somerset, CB. 



. Sir P. L. MacDongaU, ZCMQ. Com. 
th£ ForoM •* tko Dominion of Canada 
{with iooal rant iffeen^raX). 

C. J. Wright, R. Alt. 

r. Alex. Maodonell. CB, 

J. A. R. Raines. CB. 

J. A. Street, CB. 

J. W. S. Smith, CB. 

C. S. Claremont, CB. 

Taa. C. Shnte. CB. x6 Lancers. ! 

J.W. Armstrong, CB. Inepeetor Oen^rall 



Sir M. K. Kennedy, ZCSI. R. 
Eng 2xDec. 



»f AmxUiary 

T. S. Conway. CB. 

Ued Alfred Paget, CUrh Karokal 

' A F. AnseU- 

▼. J. Smythe. R. Art, 

»• T. H. Pearson, OB. 12 Lancers. 

r.e.Sir James E. Alexander, CB. 

*" C. L. D'AgoiUir. KCB, R. Art. 

R. 6. BamOton, R. Eng. 

E.B.Hsto,CB. 
'• J- A. Bwart, CB, 
;.C.Hsdden,B.Eng. 
ym.Pteke.CB. 
C. JL BBiMTd, CB. R. M. Art. 
^H. B. LoBgden. CB, CSI. 
5. ^ Benaon, caL_7 Hussars. 
Jr't. Allay, i&B. 
y.H.Baadlbtd. 
C. L.B. Maithad 
Temtr^lmimu 



1878. 

Hon. L. Smyth. CB. 0»«- 
manding Weetem Dietriet ... X3 Feb. 

F. C. A. Stephenson, CB 23 Feb. 

B.A.Whitmore, CB. Inepeetor 

General of Recruiting x 8 Mar. 

Lord A. G. Russell. CB. Com. 

South Eaefern Dietriet 20 Mar. 

[Sir Garnet J.Wolseley, JTCB. 

QCMG, High Commissioner 
to\ and Com. in Chitf, S. Africa, 

I with rank of General 25 Mar. 

r. W. B. Salmon,Bombay S.C. 2 Mav 

|C. J. 0. Mills 25 June 

,C. Panshawe, R. Bng i July 

,Sir John Josiah Hort,Bf. CB. 10 Aug. 

G. W. Walker, R. Eng xs Aug 



tachi at Paris 28 June 

W. Hope, CB 28 June 

W. F. Curtis... 16 Aug. 

T. E. Knox, CB 28 Oct. 

W. J. Loflus, CB 28 Oct. 

J. W. DomviUe, R. Art 28 Oct. 

B. W. Donovan. Commanding 

the Forces in China and the 

Straits SettlemenU 28 Oct. 

FT. P. Hepburn, CB 28 Oct. 

Richard M. Best 28 Oct. 

R. Knox 28 Oct. 

W. J. Chamberlayne 28 Oct. 

D. Anderson, Com. the Brigade 

at Gibraltar 28 Oct. 

P. G. Wilkinson 28 Oct. 

I \V. P. Radoliffe. CB. Command- 

iM at Cohheeter 28 Oct. 

T. H. F&\cenha>m.Coi»manding 

a Brigade at Aldershot 28 Oct. 

P. A. Campbell, CB. R. Art. 28 Oct. 
W.Pavn. CB. Comm.a Dieision 

of 2tadras Armg 28 Oct. 

T.Ross 28 Oct. 

H. E. Wearo, CB 9 Nov. 

H.M. Hamilton, CB 9 Ncv. 

H. P. Groodenough, R. Art.... 9 Nov. 
.T. Turner, CB. R. Art 9 Nov. 



J. K. Spence. Bengaf S. C. ... 2S Aug. ; I' ^- ^^ Chelmsford, G CB. 10 Nov. 

H. G. iffiney. CB.. 9 Sept ! g* S*^^^"" "i^i,- '5 S*'''- 

John Ambef Cole '6 Sept. j f; W. p. Lowe CB . 18 Nov. 

I Richard Walter Lacy 29 Sept. ff-'^.A.G.C. Chichester 24 Dec. 



V€ Sir F. F. Maude, JTCB. 
I Com. a Division, Bengal ... i Oct. 
O.M.HUl, Bengal B.C. 3 Nov. 

B. H. Maxwell, CB ix Nov. 

IJ. M. Walter, CB 21 Dec. 

J. E. ThackwoU, CB 22 Dec. 

IF. H. Rundall, CSI. R. Eng. 31 Dec. 

CB. Lieut. </ the H. St. C. Wilkins, R. Bng. ... 31 Dec. 

C. W. Hutchinson. R. Eng.... 31 Dec. 



. W. A. Stratton 24 Doc. 

\V. H. Seymour, CB 24 Dec. 

SirVfm. Russell. B^, CB. ... 24 Dor. 

3. Westmacott, R. Eng 24 Dec. 

1869 
Sir P. W. J.PitzWygram. Bt. 

Com. Cav.Brig. at Alderehot. 23 Mar. 
I'ff J. C. Guise. eB^.ui^... 23 Mar. 
c. J. W. Co-\, CB.y.Si..^". 8^ " 



H. L. GnrtlinoT. IX. Art 30 Mar. 

&'ir M.A. S. llul.lulph, JlCU. 

R.Apt 30 Mar. 

A. A. Chapman 3c Mar. 

G.W.A. Hiflrjnnaon. CB.Com. 

Home ZHstnei 17 May 

Robert Hume, CB. Com, a 

Divition of ike Bengal Armg 17 May 
C. W. Green 17 May 

A. Browne, CJ? 17 May 

F. Peyton, Com. a Brigade, 
Alderehot 17 May 

B. O'Brien, CB t7 May 

R. P. Radcliffe. R. Art 17 May 

G. W. Yoonghusband, CB. R. 
Art x7May 

B. B. Hamley, CB. R. Art. ... 17 May 
S. K. Gordon, CB. R. Art. ... 17 May 
Mon. E. T. Gajre, CB. R. Art. 17 Mfty 

C. 8. Henry, CB. R. Art 17 May 

C. Adams, CB 17 May 

G. W. T. Rich, CB 17 May 

J. W. Thomas. CB 18 Joly 

W. T. Dickson 18 July 

Wm. Wilby, CB. Commanding 

the Troojuin CegUm 18 Joly 

H. H. Greer, CB aa July 

H. Bird 22 July 

p.e.e. R. Carey, CB aa July 

R. W. Lowry, CB aa July 

T. Liffhtfoot, CB I Aug. 

irc Hon. Sir H. H. Clifford, 
CB. JSrClia. Com. at the 

Cave of Good Hope z Auitf. 

H. D'O. Torrens, CB i Aug. 

W. P. Macbean 1 Aug. 

W. A. Pyers, CB 23 Aug. 

1870. 

W. Drysdale, C2? a Jan. 

H. Hope Crealock, CB. CMGj a Jan. 

J. N. Sargent, CB n Jan. 

c. C. Sawver.... xi Jan. 

R. G. A. Luard. zx Jan. 

Edw. Seaper. CB 15 Jan. 

D. 0. FitzG.Xordde Ro8,Zortf 
in Waiting to the Qmeen 15 Jan. 

H. R. Browne, Com. a Brioade 
at Saugor 15 Jan. 

T.R. Crawley 6 Feb. 

A. Thompson, R. Art 6 Feb. 

W. H. Ku-by 6 Feb. 

r. G. J. Peacocke 6 Feb. 

J. R. S. Sayer, CB 6 Feb. 

W. C . Menzies, R. Eng 6 Feb. 

Sir R. M. LaiSbn, KCMG. R. 
Eng.,6k>v. and Com. in Chitf, 
Bermuda 8 Feb. 

e. A. C. Robertson, CB 8 Feb. 

J. F. M. Browne, CB. R. Eng. aa Feb. 

A. M. Maedonald aa Feb. 

R. White, CB i Mar. 

J. B. Spurgin, CB. CSl. i Mar. 

Aug. Wm. Murray, CB x Mar. 

p.e.e. D. J. Gamble, CB., Com- 
manding at Barbadoee x Mar. 

G. B. MiUnan, CB. Major of 
the Tower of London z Mar. 

B. H. Fisher, R. Art i Mar. 

E. C. H., Lord Clarina i Mar. 

J. Ross, CB. Commanding a 

Brigade in Bengal z Mar. 

W. F. Brett x Mar. 

R. B. Hawley, CB. Deputy 

AiUjutant General i Mar. 



Geaeviil Ojjiccra — Colo neh. 

F. A. Willis, CB 18 Mar. 

P. Carey xS Mar. 

J. R. Gibbon, CB. R. Art t8 Mar. 

e. 0. B. P. Gordon, CB t8 Mar. 

R. S. Baynes, Colonial Secre- 
tary at Gibraltar 26 Mar. 

H. R. Norman, CB 26 Mar. 

e. O. G. C. Stapylton a6 Mar. 

G. C. VialU, CB. a6 Mar. 

J. H. C. Robertson x6 May 

Hon. P. R. B. Pending, CB. 

Commanding at Malta 96 May 

e. W. T. L. Patterson a6 May 

J. G. R. ApUn as July 

Charles Hood 35 July 

V(RC. C. Fraser, CB. Com. 

Curragh Dietriet as July 

e. R. J.Eagar, CB as July 

Hon. S. J. G. Oalthorpe 25 July 

lQ«toberl877. 

r. W. G. Woods, C8I. Madras 8. C. 

R. N. Raikes, Bengal S. 0. 

Qeo. Selby, R. Art. 

r. G. Vemer, Bengal 8. C. 

Hon. iSir Henry Ramsay, CB. JTCSI. 
Bengal 8. C. 

A. Boyd, Bengal 8. C. 

R. G. Lawrence, CB. Bengal 8. C. 

H. Nicoll, Bengal 8. C. 

Wm. 8. Hatch, R. Art. 

A. W. Maointire, CB. R. Art. 

G. A. Fisher, Bengal 8. C. 

C. Oooke, Madras 8. G. 

J. WUson, Madras 8. C. 

8. H. Becher, Bengal 8. C. 

P. D. Atkinson, Bengal 8. C. 

A. K. Gore, Madras 8. G. 

Chas. Harris, Bengal 8. C. 

P. H. Scott, Madras 8. 0. 

J. 8. D. TuUoch, Bengal 8. C. 

G. W. Russell, Madras S. C. 

M. C. Spottiswoode, Madras B.C. 

Heniy Man, Madras 8. G. 

C. L. Showers, Bengal S. C. 

A. Turner, Bengal 8. C. 

H. P. de Teissier, R. Art. 

W.C.R. Maedonald, CJB. Madias S. 0. 

0. P. M. Mundy, Bengal 8. C. 

A. R. Thomhill, Madras 8. C. 

J. P. Redmond, CB. 

E. G. Bulwer, OB, Commandiug Chat- 
ham DiaMtt. 

J. C. Brooke, Bengal 8. G. 

R. WooUey, Madras 8. C. 

E. T. Dalton, C$1. Bengal 8. C. 

L. Nicholson, CB. R. Eng. lAtui. 
Governor qf JertMf. 

G. H. Marq. of Cnnyngham, Sxtra 
Equerry to the Queen, 

Wm. Hardy, CB. 

e. J. W. D'Oyly. 

R. Richards, Bombay 8.C. 

C. Synge Hutchinson. 

J. h!. ^ Elkington. 

A. P. Steele. 

A. H. L. Fox. 

H. Grierson. 

8. P. C. Annesley. 

Hon. J. J. Bourke. 

^r Archibald Alison, 3<. KCB. Deputy 
^Maeter Gen. Intelligenee Branch. 

L. Farrington. 
J. Bayly, CB. R. Eng. 
««rW.P. D. Jervois, CB,GCMG.R.lSng. 
Gov, and Com. in Chief qf 8. AueiraUei, 



J. W. C. V/illiams. R. Mar. Art 

A. B. Uankey. 

T. Raikes, CB. Com. a Brigade of th^ 

Madrae Army. 
E. Nowdigate, CB. 
W. P. Xord Abinger, C£. 
0. W. Adair, CB. R. Mar. 
C. R. W. Hervey,C5. Bom.8.C. a Oct. 
J. B. Gaatrell, Bengal 8. C. ... n Oct. 

G. N. K. A. Yonge 19 Oct. 

A. W. H. Meyrick xq Oct. 

P. Marshall, CMG ao Oct. 

J. H. Stewart, R. Mar a Dec. 

A. Bassano,Ci? 12 Dec. 

G.W. Forbes, R. Mar as Dec. 



1878. 
T. Thompson, Madras S.C.... 8 Feb. 

W. H. B. de Horsey Z3 Feb. 

Y<S> Sir Henry M. Havelock, 

Bt.CB. MP. for Sunderland x8 Mar. 

R. B. Prettedohn, CB ao Mar. 

0. Tower, CB aoMar. 

M. DUion, CB. CSL Ametami 

MUUwni Secretary x May 

8. J. K. Whitehill, Bom. 8. C. a Maj- 
e. W. G. Cameron, CB. Com. a 

Brigade at Aldenhot as June 

T. L. J. Gallwey, R. Eng x July 

G.A. Leckie, Bombay 8.G. aoAus:. 

Charles Baring 23 Aug. 

William Hill 39 Aug. 

P. J. Richards, R. Mar s Sept. 

W. O. Trevor, CB x6 8ept. 

Edward Burgoyne Cureton... 29 Sept. 
StrJohnC. M*Leod,jrOJB. ... a Oct. 
H. D. Abbott. CB. Mad. 8. 0. 3 ^'<>v. 

lETCM. Walker, CJ9 11 Nov. 

Henry Andrew Sarel, CB, ... 22 Dec. 
Robert Cadell, CB, R. Art. ... 3X Dec. 
J. T. Walker, CB. R. Bug. ... 31 Dec. 
Alex. Fraser, CB. R. Eng. ... 31 Dec. 

W. 0. P. Gosling, R. Art 31 Dec. 

J. A. Puller, R. Eng 31 Dec. 

J. Orofton, R. Enr 31 Dec. 

J. A. Angelo, R. Art 31 Dec. 

A.Cadeir, R.Bng 31 Dec. 

A. Bunny, CB. R. Art 31 Dec. 

W.J. Gray, R. Art 31 Dec. 

H. W. GuUiver, B. Eng 31 Dec. 

N. G. Campbell. R. Art 31 Dec. 

P. R. Maunsell, CB. R.Eng... 31 Dec. 

C. Pollard, R. Bug. 31 Dec. 

^C Sir P. 8. Roberts, ZCB, 

B.Art. 31 Dec. 

J. M. Macin^yre, R. Art ^z Dec. 

1879. 
Randal JosephPeilden,C2fO. x Jan. 
Sir Roger W. H. Palmer, Bt. zs Mar. 

C. M'Arthur, R. Mar X3 Apr. 

Sir 8. J. Blane, Bt. CB 27 Apr. 

E. L. Pym, R. Mar 4 Jane 

B. W. Boudier, Madras 8. C. z 1 Juno 

KC J. Hills. CB. R. Art xo July 

A.R.Hareno xx July 

J. Gubbins Z4 July 

V€Q. L. Goodlake i« Au^. 

R.Bumaby, B. Eng 13 Sept. 

jffon. R.Monck.: 18 Sept. 

J. C. Rattray, CB 14 Nov. 

8. Richards, Bengal S. C 17 Nov. 

8. J. Batten, Madras 8. C. ... ao Nov. 
0. W. Randolph 30 Nov. 



QENBRAL OFFICERS on the HALF PAT of thoir former Regimental CommiBSlona. 



0BMERAL8. 13^ f * ?* Bftlnbrigge,IJnatt.. 

-«,« ,«^. !^ ^T^ ^ P I*. A. Dunng, Unatt 

vBL G. Whichcote, Unatt... 5 Dec. 71, $88 T. C. South. Unatt. . 
I Jas. A. Butler, Unatt ... s Dec. jiMon. A. C. Leggo, Unatt. ! 
I G. T. Earl of Albemarle. iMelvIlle Dalyell. Unatt. 



^«»tt 7 Feb. 74iJas, M'Queen, Unatt. *....'.'.' z Oct. 77! John Roche, 'Unatt. ..'....W. z Oct! 7, 



z Get. 77|J. P. Wostropp, Unatt z Oct. 77 

\ Oct! 77I LZBVTBNAKT OENX&ALS. 
xOct. 77|J. B. Creagh,^.p.48F. ... i Oct. 77 



18M. 

O.Tynrhitt, CB.VnaAt.Equerry 
and Aide de Camp to HJt.H. 

the Duke ^Cambridge 28 Nov. 

1858. 

F. A. Campbell, h.p. R. ^lar. 21 Feb. 

1866. 
W. W. Barry, CB, R. Art 24 Mnr. 



COLONELS. 
Hon. D. M*D. Fnwer, CB. R. A- 3 Apr. 
W. J. £. Grant, CB. R. Art. 24 Aug. 

1867. 
C. T. DnPlat,R. Axt., Equerry 

to the Queen 7 Mar. 

p.t.o. H.PeelYates,CB.R.Art. a6Apr. 
J. E. MicheU, CB R. Art. ... 26 Apr. 
X. O. 8. Turner. CB. R. Art. 26 Apr. 
UC W.O. Lennox, CJ?. R.Eng. 26 Apr. 



A. C. Hawkins, CB. R. Art... 
E. A. WilUams, CB. R. Art... 
M. J. Tombull, Bengal 8. C. 

1868. 

R. Phayre, CB. BomlMiy S. C. 
J.H. M. Babington. Mad. 8. C. 
C. C. M'Callnm, Madras S. C. 
T. Greenaway, Madras 8. C. 
C. M. Barrow, CB. Bom. B.C. 



z June 
sx Juno 
28 June 



6 Jan. 
zo Jan. 
zo Jan. 
zo Jan. 
Z9 Jan. 



Colonels. 

D. Bovd. Bombay S. C 19 Jim. G. R. Phillips, MRdras S.C.... 

G. v.'johMon, R. Art 24 Jan. JG. 8. YounK.h.p. So F.AuM. 

J. C. Hanghton, C9J., Ben.8.G. 15 Teb. Ad/Land qr.Mr. Qen., Dublin 30 July 

P. Yoong, Madras 8.C 15 Feb. 'U. «. Tronson, Benj?al S.C... 24 July 

T.F.WilMQ.CB. Bengal B.C. aoJnne 8. Honning, CS. Brigade 

" - — ~ ~ * Dnpott Dorehett^ »5 Jnly 



3Au«. 



F. C. Hasttrd, CJB. B. Eng. 
Sir Wm. L. Merewether, CB, 

£CSI. Bombay 8. C 15 Aug. 

A. W. Lucas, CB. Bom. 8. C. 15 Ang. 
H. H. A. Wood, CB. Boim.S.C. 15 Ang, 
F. A. E. Loch, CB. Bom. S.C. 15 Aug. 
Alex. Robinson, Bengal 8. C. 27 Aug. 
F.G.Kempster, Madras S.C. 5 Oct. 
C. P. Colony. Madiaa 8. C... ix Dec. 
H.Hopkin80D, CSI. Ben. 8.C. za Dec. 
ILR.Msinwarmg,BengalB.G. 31 Deo. 
M. T. Ffrench. Madras 8. C. 21 Dec. 

A. F. Place, Madras 8. C ai Deo. 

H. K. Borne, CB. Bengal 8. C. 30 Dee. 



J. W. Lovell, CB. R. Eng. ... 5 Jan. 
W. S. Simpson, Madras 8. C. iz Jan. 
C.T. Aitcluson. C^. Bom.8. C. 18 Jan. 
J r. Pennycuick. CB. R. Art. 15 Feb. 
Tt G. Graham. CB. R. Bng. 15 Feb. 

P. G. Pipoa, CB. R. Art x Mar. 

Sir B.i: Meade, KC8I.C1B. 

Bengal 8.G 1 Mar. 

J.x7MacgTegor,Madras8.C. z Mar. 

G. Holrovd, Bengal 8. C z Mar. 

J. R.M*MnUin. Bengal 8. C. z Mar. 
F.J.fi.Priestl«y, Madras S.C. 3 Mar. 
F.P.U7srd.Baigal 8. C. ... zz Mar. 

G.T Keki,R. Art. 7 Apr. 

A. Cooper. Madras 8. G 39 Apr. 

A. Howlett, CB. Madras S.C. zi June 
G. S. A. AadCTSon, Bom. 8. C. za Jime 

H.G.Woods,8F zoJuly 

F. L Whitmore, Unatt. Com- 

mndmmt of School of Mune 

•tKnMorBM a z July 

H. P. Newton, R. Art. a z July 

yx. Rom. W. H. A. Feilding, 

h.p. Cddst. Gds aSJuly 

A. C. GMff, h.p. R. Art. In- 

tp«etor tf Armf Sekools 38 July 

0. E. Bothney, CB. CSI.Ben. 

S.C... zo Aug, 

F. W. TmiU-Barroashs, CB. 



A.Womb\vell, Brigade Depot, 

Wineh*$t0r z Ang. 

W. C. Anderson , Bombay S.C. 6 Aug. 
H. A. Smyth, R. Art 3x Aug. 

E. F. Burton. Madras S.C. ... z8 Sept. 
W. A. G. Wright,h.p. R. Mar. zo Nov. 
H. H. Morant, h.p. 37 F. Aide 

de Camp to the Queen za Nov. 

F. 8. Blyth, CB. h.p. 40 F. ... 34 Nov. 
J. H. Dunne, Brigade Depot, 

Warwiok 35 Nov. 

H. Adair. R. Marine Art. ... a8 Nov. 
T. Rattray, CB. CSI. Ben. S.C. zo Dec. 

G. TJ. Price, Bombay S.C zo Dec. 

R. Benson, Madras S.C zo Deo. 

J. M. Cripps, Bengal S.C zz Dec. 

T. C. Lyons, CB. h. p. Brigade 

Dep. Deputy Quarter Master 
General in Ireland 35 Dec. 

1871. 
J. B. Dennys, Bengal S.C. ... 3 Jan. 

R. Gipps, Soots Guards 5 Jan. 

FitKRoyM.H.Somer8et.R.Eng 35 Jan. 

J. C. Blood, Bengal S.C 39 Jan. 

G.Colclough, R. Art 30 Jan. 

A.J.H.EUiot,CJB. Unatt.^.Q. 

M.Oen zFeb. 

P. MardaU, Madras S.C :. 8 Feb. 

G. Baldook, Madras S.C 15 Feb. 

R. A. Logan, CB, Brigade 

Depot, Hounelow Z7 Feb. 

F. W.C. Ord, R. Art 37 Feb. 

FC H. Rowlands, CB.h.p. 34 F. 33 Mar. 
Jno. Noson, h.p. Br. Depot... 38 Mar. 
W. L. Cahusac, Bombay S.C. 3Z Mar. 

C. C. Dmry, Bengal S. C. ... Z4 Apr. 
H.F.Willlams,h.p.Brig.Depot z8 Apr. 
Gi B. Barman, h.p. Brigade 

Depot, Deputjf Adj. General 

in Ireland a June 

D. J. Baillie, Brigade Depot, 
Fort George 5 June 

B. T. Fasken, Madras S.C... zz June 

J. A. Wright. Bengal S. C z3 June 

D. C. Drury Lowe, CB. h.p Z7 

Lancers z 5 June 

J.S.Thoizison, Brigade Depot, 

Derbj 37 July 

p.t.e. C. O. Creagh-Oabome, 
CB. h.p. Br. Depot; Com- 
mandant of the Staff College 3 Aug. 
R. D. Ardagh, Madras S. C... 30 Aug. 

J. N. Young.Bengal S. C 3z Aug. 

J. Loudon, Madras S. C 3z Aug. 

H. H. O'Connell. Madras S.C. 30 Aug. 
A. J.Lyon>Freniantle, Coldst. 

Gds 6 Sept. 

I W. A. Riach, Madras S. C. ... 6 Sept. 
'a. Ritherdon, Madras S. C... z6 Sept. 
IP. F. Gardiner, Bengal S. C.^37 Sept. 
\e. John Hackett, h.p. Brigade 

I Depot ; Colonel on the Staff 
at Jaetaiea 30 Sept. 
A. H. Cobbe, CB. h.p. Z7 F. 
Com. a Brigade at Agra 30 Oct. 
J. I. Murray, CB. Bengal S.C. 30 Nov. 
|O.L.C.Wilham8,R.HorseGd8. 7 Dec. 

iT. GilUlan, Madras S. C 13 Dec. 

\Sir L. Pelly, KCB. KCSI. 

Bombay S. C la Deo. 



z8 June H. F.M. Boisragon, Ben. S. C. 9 Apr. 
H. W. Mawbey. R. Mar. Art. zo Apr. 
J. T. Dalyell, Brigade Depot, 

Gleneroe$ Z7 Apr. 

W. Cooper, Brigade Depot. 

Wrexham 17 Apr. 

F. M. Colvile, CB. Brigade 

Depot, 5%r«w«frufy 3z Apr. 

rC J. C. M'Neill, CB. CMG. 

h.p. 4fZ7.Eouerryto the Queen 25 Apr. 
W. Gordon, C/iP. Bengal S.C. zz June 



M. osF zoAug. 

«rC. H. Brownlow, KCB. 

Bengal8.C zzAug. 

C.P.Im,C0.Madra88.C. zz Aug. 
C. F. T. DanieU, h.p. a8 Foot. 

JLmiei. Adj. and Qr. Matter 

G*fral,T0rk ^ aa Aug. 

^. D. Moffgaa. Bengal 8.0... . 35 Aug. 
T. Wright. CB. Bengal S.C. . . . 5 Sept. 

W.K.I|'Uod,h.p. 74 P 9 Sept. 

E. H. Ttm, h.p. 3 Hussars ... z8 Got. 
A A- KeUon, CJB. Unatt. Li. 

^. cf ^Mrawy, miih rank 

•/ Jr«^'«i> General 9 Dec. 

^3 C.Hsfech, CSI. BengalS.C. za Dec. 
WiUoQghby Crewe, Mad. S.C. za Dec. 
f (i. Artrathnot, CB. R. Art. z8 Dec. 

E. S. Bmaby, Gr. Gds 37 Dec. 

^21. Roberts, s F 37 Dec. 

1870. 

J- *. Giant, R. Eng 7 Jan. 

6 Hsiowaring, Madraa S.C. zs Jan. 
W.Riekmaa,h.p. Brigade Dep. 33 Jan. 
^H.T«rnan, Bengal's. C... 34 Jan. 
^C G. RoM.C£.Bengal B.C. 39 Jan. 

<^- K. 0. Erans, R. Art. 9 Feb. 

r.G.T.Deahon,h.p.DepAtBatt. z Mar. I J- W.Laurie, Unatt. ... Z3 Dec. 

«_r. « , . «- — KT H jj Drew, Bengal 8. C 33 Dec. 

C. H. Abdy, Madras S. C 33 Deo. 

1872. 
J. T. Francis, Bombay S. C... Z3 Jan. 

R. Blddulph, CB. R. Art 15 Jan. 

R. T. Glyn, CB. 34 F 13 Feb. 

C. G. Gordon, CB. R. Eng. ... 16 Feb. 

A. F. Balrd, Bengal S. C Z7 Feb. 

J. Marquis, Bengal S. C Z7 Feb. 

A. B. Little, Bombay 8. C... 36 Feb. 
F. E. Appleyard, CB. 85 F. ... 6 Mar. 
Geo. Hyde Page, h.p. Brigade 

Depot 8 Mar. 

J. L. Nation, Bengal S. G 8 Mar. 

A. B. Johnson, Bengal 8. C. . zz Mar. 
U«C H. T. Maopherson, CB. 

Bengal S. C Z3 Mar. 



C. Lyons-Montgomery, Ben. 

S.C za June 

E. F. Waterman.Madras S. C. 13 Juno 
T. H. Sibley, Bengal S. C. ... Z3 June 
A. C. Cooke, CB. H. Eng. ... 6 July 

C. Pasley, R. Bng 6 July 

H. Wray, CMG. R. Eng 6 July 

G. LesUe. R. ArL : 6 July 

H. L. F. Greville, R. Art 6 July 

T. A. L. Murray, R. Eng 6 Julv 

T. Inglls, R. Eng 6 July 

Sir A. Clarke, CB. KCMG. 

CIE. R. Eng 6 July 

J. Y. Moggrldge, R. Eng 6 July 

J. G. Jervois, R. Vtig zo July 

V. H. Bowles, Brigade Depot, 

Belfast 38 July 

H.W. Parish, CiJ.h.p.Brigade 

Depot 3z July 

James Rose, Brigade Depot, 

Warley; Aide de Camp to 

ths Queen Z4Aug. 

E. Chippindall, CB. Brigad<t 
Depot, Leicester; Aide de 

Camp to the Queen x.... z4Aug. 

Sir C. K. Pearson, CB.SClfG 

_hp-3F z4Aug. 

W. C. Bancroft, Brigade De- 

pot, Pm^on Z4 Aug. 

A. A. P. Browne, Brigade 

D^pot. EnniskilUn 3z Aug. 

J. C. B. De Butts, R. Eng 3z Aug. 

G. R. Greaves, CB. h.p. 70 F. 

Adjutant General in India 

{wUh rank qf Major General) z 3 Sept. 
Geo. H. Hawes, h.p. 9 F. Aide 

de Camp to the Queen 3 Nov. 

J. I. Macdonell, 7Z F 37 Nov. 

F. Schneider, Bombay S. C... zo Dec. 
F. Alexander, Bengals. C... zz Deo. 



^^. 8. Lomsden. KCB.C8I. 

^Beo^S.C z6Mar. 

G D Pitt, CB. Br. Depot, 

^^^feed ._ az Mar. 

^ N. Boldero,Brigade Depot, 

, f~«« 3T Mar. 

Ma Peel, h.p. Dep6t Batt. 
j^. Adj. mmd Qr. MaeUr 

^^. Berne Dietriel z6 Apr. 

L E Knight, 8z Foot iz May 

*• ?*rie, CW. 6r. Gds. aoMay 

KJ.Watton, CB. Bom. B.C. 38 May 
P. Bobertaoa-Ross, CB. Bri- 
,»^D«MkP«rtt 3 June 

I JvSf^SP* ^ ^ 5 June 

B.HGaIl,c*. h4>. 14 Hui. 

*gr«5H«es. MTMoe- 
->f< OplMi... « June 



G. E. fiaynes. Brigade Depot, 

Oxford 30 Mar, 

1 3 June J. P. Watts, Madras 8. C 30 Mar. 



UTS. 

W. L. Dumaresq, R. Art z Jan. 

G. 8. Tilly, R.Eng z Jan. 

G. B. Main waring, Ben. 8. C. 8 Jan. 
W. E. White, Madras S. C. ... 8 Jan. 
Charles Hight, Madras S. C. 8 Jan. 

Henry Butler, h.p. 57 F z6 Jan. 

G. Le M. Tupper, R. Art. a Feb. 

J.Davis, 30 F zsFeb. 

D. E. Hoste, CB. R. Art z Mar. 

H. Heyman, R. Art z Mar. 

C. B. Ewart, CB. R. Eng 4 Mar. 

C. B. P. N. H. Nugent, CB. H. 

Eng....'..*. 4 Mar. 

Q. Pnngle, Madras S. C 9 Mar. 

Belfleld, R. Bng z7Mar. 

a. F. Bythesea, Brigade Do- 
pot, 2)«ot£M z Apr. 

E. N. Sandilands, Ben. S. C. az May 
Str John Stokes, KCB. R.Eag. 4 Juno 
J. M. Nuttall,CB.BeugalS.O. zo June 
FC R.H.Keatinge,C5/. Bom. 

S. C IZ June 

W. L. Morrison, R. Eag zz Jane 

John Doran,CJ. Bengal S. C. zz June 
R. S. Couchman, Madras S.C. zz June 

Thacker, Bombay S. C zz June 

H. 8. Obbard, Bengal S.C zz June 

C. T. Palin, Bombay S. C iz June 

Hugh Rose, Bengal S.C* 1 1 J ane 

J. J. Fulton, Maouras S. C zz June 

R.M.Macdonald, Madras S.C. la June 

J. G. Touch, Madras S. C 12 June 

H. Kent, 77 F 13 June 

R. Bateson, h.p. z Life Grds. 

Aide de Camp t6 S.B.H.the 

Duke of Cambridge 13 June 

C. Thompson, Bombay S. C... r8 Juno 

B.Tyrwhitt, Bengal S.C zo July 

H. D. Slade, h.p.z Dr. Gds.... 23 July 
C.F. Hicks, Bengal S.C 35 July 

A. Carnegy, Bombay S.C. ... a; July 

B. G. Langmore, Bengal S. C. a8 July 
W,R.Houghton,BombayS.C. a Aug. 

C. Smith, Madras S.C a Aug. 

P, 8. Cunningham, Mad. S.C 10 au 



8 



Colonels. 



L. W. Buck, Madras S. C. ... ao Aug. G. H. M.Aynsley.Madnw 8.C. 13 Sept. 

A. B. MarMusk, Madraa S. C. 20 Aug. >A. R. V. Crease, R. Eng. 30 Oct. 

W. B. M. Reaiy, CB. R. Art. 39 Aug. G-CLambert, Brigade Depot, 
W.BellairB,CB.Unatt.D.-iid;. , XeKcoMtle 30 Oct. 

4- Q. M. Gen. Cape <tf Good C. T. Stewart, R. Bug 10 Nov. 

■^ojw 82 Aug. p.».c. O'B, B.Woolsey, R. Art. 15 Nov. 

W. B. Saunders, R. Art aa Aug. J. J. O'Bryen, Bengal S. C. ... aa Nov. 

C. S. BUiot. Madras S. C 99 Aug. C. C. Johnson, CB. Bengal S.C. 2 Dec. 

H. C. Anderson, Bengal S. G. 2 Sept. G. H. Thompson, Bengal S. C. 8 Dec. 
Charles Reay, BengalS.C... 9 Sept. G. C. Hankin, Bengal S. C... 8 Dec. 
H. H. James, Bombay S. G... 14 Sept. Edw. W. Dun, Madras S. C. 8 Dec. 
J. B. Thelwall, CB. Ben. S.O. 15 Sept. R. C. Babington, Madras S C. Dec. 

James Reid, Bengal S.C 34 Sept. A. Patersou, Bengal S. C. ... q Dec. 

J. Emerson. Bengal S. C 34 Sept. C. J. Merriman, CSI. R. Eng. 18 Dec. 

H. Forbes. Bengal S. 29 Sept. A. W. Drayson, R. Art 20 Dec. 

H. T. PitzHugh,R. Art 30 Sept. C. W. Elgee, CJi. R. Art ao Dec. 

O. H. J. A. Eraser, R. Art. ... 35 Oct. ,H. S. Rammell, Madras S. C. 30 Dec. 
T. Maunsell, CB, h.p.Brigade J. T. Norgate, Bengal B. C... 30 Dec. 

Depot 38 Oct. I ,«,- 

JTo*. G. Wrottesley, R. Eng.. 7N0V. | ^•^•' 

B. C. A. Gordon, R. Eng xo Nov. J. Ashbumer, Bombay S. 0. x Jan. 

Joseph Godby, R. Art , 10 Nov. C. L. Brown, Bengal 8. C. ... x Jan. 

D. S. Greene, CB. R. Art 10 Nov. A. C. Bunbury, Bengal S. C. x Jan. 



F. E.Drewe, Br. Depot^Bxeter 25 Nov. 

Son. C. W. Thesiger, Znep. 
Oflcerof Yeomanry Cavalry 
in Great Britain a Dec. 

T. Nuttall, Bombay S.C 3 Dec. 



F. W. Peilo, R. Eng x Jan. 

F. P. Mignon, Bombay S. C. 31 Jan. 
A. Elderton, Bengal S. C. ... 37 Jan. 
John Sprot, Brigade Depot, 
Rimgeton 39 Jan. 



J. A. B. Gordon, h.p. 60 F. 
Dep. Adj. 4- Q. M. Gen. 
Malta 13 Jan. 

R. A. Moore, Madras S. C. ... x8 Jan. 

C. B. Bates, Madras S. C x8 Jan. 

Joseph Jordan, CB. Brigade 
Depot, ii«adin^ 3x Jan. 

F. R. S. Flood, h.p. Bricade 
Depot ; AMeiet. Adj. 4r Q. M. 
Gen. Gibraltar 37 Jan. 

E. M. Grain, R. Eng 28 Jan. 

John Miles, Bombay B. C. ... 3 Feb. 

Wm. Craagh. Bombay S. C. 3 Feb. 

J. T. Hill, Bombay S. C 18 Fel>. 

W. C. R. Mylne, Bengal S.C. 30 Feb. 

R. Hale, h.p. 7 Hussars, Aide 
deCamp to Ike Duke of Cam- 
bridge 32 Feb. 

B. W. Braj-, CB. 4 P 24 Feb. 

fC. Nedham. Bengal S. C 38 Feb. 

|H. C. Z. Claridge, Madr.S.C. s Mar. 
I J. W. Rideout, Madras 8. C. 3 Mar. 

W. Rose, Madras 8. C a Mar. 



iB. B. Clay, Bengal S. C a Mar. 

Ip.t.e. E. H. Clive, Gr. Gds. ... 4 Mar. 
L. Russell, R. Eng 34 Mar. 



W. R. Lambert, Bombay S.O. 9 Dec. 7C H. N.D. Prendergast, CB. 

H. N. Miller, Bombay 8. C... 9 Dec. R. Eng 30 Jm^- 

H. H. Firth, Madras S. C. ... 10 Deo. A. Y. Shortt, Bombay S. C... x Feb. 

W. Porter, R. Eng 14 Deo. ,G. P. B. Sherard, Madr. 8. C. 3 Feb. 

O. O. Maude, Bombay 8. C... x6 Dec. H. A. Taylor, Bengal S. C. ... 3 Feb. 
A. G. M. Moore, 4 Hussars ... 33 Dec. Son. E. G. Curzon, h.p. 5a F 



J.A.M.Maodonald,Bom.S.C. 24 Dec. 
De 8. Barrow, Madras 8. G. 28 Pec. 

1874. 



E. T. St. L. MccGwire, x F.... ^s Mar. 
W. T. Chitty, Bombay 8. C... x Apr. 
T.M.Baumgartner,Bom.B.G. 4 Apr. 
p.e.e. S.W. F. M.WUson, Brl- 

ade Depot, Beverlev 33 Apr. 

A. Armstrong, Brigade 

>epot, TraUe «6 Apr. 

J. M'Kay , Brigade Depot,27Kry 

St. Edmunde 1 May 

Hie ' Eoval Highne$9 Ernest 



A»$i$i.Ac^f. ^ Q. M. General, 
Alderthot 19 Feb. 1 

F. Dawson, Madras 8.0 x Mar. j Aug..Vrm. Adolphus Geo. 

G. F. Hogg, Bombay 8. C. ... xo Mar. I Fred. _D»ke ef Cumber' 
F. Eloome, Bombay 8. C 30 Mar. | 



-. . ..vw...'.^, ^w».w^»^ w. « J i land, £"6^ ,. 37 May 

*^S^*^ ^' Festing, CJB. :b. Soady, Bengal fe. C i Apr. IT. S. Brown, 83 F 3 Juno 

KCMG. R. Iferme Artillery 7 Jan. h. L. Campbell, Bengal 8. C. ax Apr. |G. T. Gough. Br. Depot, IFJa- 

F. P. Hunter, Brigade Depot, ,T. G. Kennedy, CB. Bengal dk««ter 6 June 

Wareuter .... 37 Jan. I s. x6 May 'p. Ravenhiil, CB.R.Eng 8 June 

Arthur Drury, Madras 8. 0. 30 Jan. ij. Miller, Brigade Depot, U. 8. Ogilvie, Bengal 8. 0. ... 13 June 

*. G.Bagot,BrJOepot, Gahoag 3 Feb. | Yarmontk 27 May iC. J. Godby, Bengal 8. C. ... 13 June 

.* ?"!?'**' "P^ ;••,; 3 Feb. j. Spurway, R. Art 38 May R. Murray, Bengal 8. C X4 June 

A. G. ForsytJ. Bengal 8. 0.... 7 Feb. Robert John Hay. R. Art. ... 38 May J. K. Couper, Bengal 8. C. ... 14 June 
H.BeyiUe. CJ5. Bombay 8.0. X5 Feb. e.s. P. Jarvis, CUG. h.p.SsP. 4 June G. N. Johnstone, Mad. 8. C. 14 June 
9*,^-J^^°®*^» Bengal 8. C. aa Feb. G. R. Roberts, Bengal 8. C... 7 Jwie A. Jenkins, Madras 8. C. ... 14 June 

i l;.^*^®*' Bengal 8. 33 Feb. h. N. Davies, Bengal 8. C... 8 June E. N. Norton, Madras 8. C... x6 June 

P. P. Hamilton, CB. hj?. 4 P. g. Heam, Madras 8. C 8 June J. Perkins, Bengal 8. x6 June 

AMitt. Ado. ^ Q. Jtt. »«. J. H .Henderson, Bomb. 8. C. 10 June | J. A. Ruddell, 25 F 2x June 

Dnonport 27 Feb. H. C. Dowker, Madras 8. C. 13 Jane |N. Stevenson. 87 P 38 Jane 

W.G. Mainwarmg.C/J.Bom. Lord J. H. Taylour, Brigade H. J. Buchanan, h.p. 9F.^.^. 

«°^^wv * ^^- , Depot, Sunderland 39 June * Q.M. Gen., Dover 39 June 

R. H. Bolton, Madras 8. C... 3 Mar. j j. p. Tennant, CIB. R. Eng. x July iO. R. Stokes, R. Art 8 July 

G. T. Bnce.h.p. X7 P. Com. a iS. M. Wiseman-Clarke, Bn- Hon. C. J. Addington, Bri- 
Brtgade^ offkeBombajfArmp 8 Mar. I gade Depot. Hamilton a July , gade Depot, Ckiokeeter Z3 July 

5 P. A.A. 'jB.t.c. F. D. Middleton, h.p. sg J. Fairbrother, Bombay 8.0. X9 Juiy 

F. Aeeietant to the Governor, G. C. Henry, R. Art 90 July 

Boyal Military College 4 July ,C. E. Oldershaw, CB. R. Art. ao July 

lE. Napier, Com. Cavalry Depot 6 July W. J. P. Barlow, Bengal 8. G. 3a July 
jClaud Alexander, h.p.Gr.Gd8. iC. Armstrong, BengsJ 8. C... n July 

] MP. for South Ayrehire 10 July ;J. M. Grant, Madras S.C. ... aa July 

X Apr. G. R. westmacott, Ben. 8. C. 35 July iw. H. Crompton-Stansfield, 

H.W.Gwyn.R. Marines s AujrJ h.p. xi F sa July 

CMG.XCSI.9F I Apr. Hon. J. 0. Dormer, Unatt. I J. Keer. Bengal 8. C a6July 

William A. Gib, Madras S. 0. 4 Apr. j A.A.4-Q.M,Geti.Portemouth ai Aug. J. F. Fischer. R. Eng 9 Au|f. 

W. T. P. Farewell, Madr. 8. 0. 4 Apr. (p. Bedingfeld, R. Art 3 8ept. p.n.e.J. P. Battersby,h.p. 60F, 

P. Hardy, Brigade Depot, G. P. Prevost, 33 F 3 Sept. I Comdt. R. Military Aeylum xx Aug. 

Poniefract 5 ^^aj A. C. H. Stewart, h.p. s Life )G. D. Pritchard, R. Bug 15 Aug. 

J^oN. W. H. Herbert, Brigade ; Guards 3 Sept.'R-Q.Mainwaring,Madr. S.C. so Au^. 

Depot, Nortkamvton 9 May 'r. H. White, 8. Gds 34 Sept. G. A. Williams, Bengal 8. 0. 33 Aug. 

A. W. Ritherdon, Madr. 8. 0. 21 May \c. M. Govan, R. Art 7 Oct. jH. De R. Pigott, 70 F 25 Aug. 



G. P. C. Bray, h.p. 96 P. A.A. 
4- Q.M. Gen. PortemoHth ... X3 Mar. 

J. H. Smith, R, Eng X7 Mar. 

p,e.e.V€ Sir H. B.Wood,X'CB. 
h.p. 90 P. Com. Belfait Die- 
inet, foith rank ^ Brigadier 
General 

p.e.c. Sir_G.P. CoUey, CB. 



E. H. Power, Madras S. C... 29 May iR. H. Sankey, CB. R. Eng.... 15 Oct. 

D. Mocatta. Bengal 8. C 9 June E. M. Manningham-Buller, 

G. W. Praser, Bengal S. C... 9 June Brigade Depot, Lichfield ... 16 Oct. 



H. M. Boddam, Bengal S. C. 9 June 
J. J. Dansey, Bengal S. C. ... xo June 
T. Thatcher, Bombay S. C... 10 June 
Hon. B. M. Ward, Brigade 

Depot, .irM«/7A x a June 

C. H. Palliser, CS. Ben. 8.0. 19 June 



J. W. P. Bean, Bengal 8. C. 21 June A. F. Battye, Bombay 8. C... 10 
Richard Freer, h.p. 27 P 23 June C. H. Ingilby, CB. R. Art. ... 17 



W.W.Goodfellow, CB. R.Bng. i Sept. 
F. Chaplin, h.p. 4 Dr. Gds. ... 4 Sept. 

U. N. Scurt, Gr. Gds o Sept. 

C. S. Akers, R. Eng 13 Sept. 



c. St. Geo. M. Nugent, Unatt. 
Aeeietant Adj. ^ Qr. Maeier 
Gen. Edinburgh 2 July 

Alexander Pond, Bengal S.C. x i July 

8. A. Madden, CB. 51 P 24 July 

p.».e. R. C. Stewart, hj). a P. 
Gov. 4- Comdt. B, Vietona 
Hoep. Netley 35 July 

H. E. T. Williams, 108 P X5 Aug. 

G. y. Watson, Brigade Depot, 
Carliele ax Aug. 

W. 0. Parr, Bombay 8. C. ... i Sept. 

R. H. Price, Bengal S. C. ... x Sept. 



M. J. Brander, Bengal S. C. 10 Dec. 

J.Michael, CSI. Madras S.C. 10 Dec. 

Fffi J. A.Tytler, CB. Ben. S.C. xo Dec. 
. ^ ^ . . ., . ^ ^ ^ j^^^ 

r Dec. 



R. H. Trovers, h.p. 48 F. In- IC. S. Akers, R. Eng 

rpector General of Mvaketry 13 Nov. IH- F. Hancock, R. Bug so Sept. 

C.E. Blackett,h.p.Coldst.G<lB. 23 Nov. iJ. E Hope, R. Art x Ocst. 

„ , . t ,« ,. ^ W. W. A. Lukin, R. Art 1 Oct. 

R. Curtis, R. Art x Oct. 

A. Brendon, R. Art x Oct. 

J. de HaviUand, R. Art x Oct. 

ITJC G. Davis. R. Art. x Oct. 

iC. R. Hill, R. Art i Oct. 

P. J. Campbell, R. Art x Oct. 

A. W. Twiss, R. Art X Oct. 

\p.e.e. G. A.W^ilkinson, R.Art. x Oct. 

G. H. WaUer, 7 F a8 Oct. 

I R.T. Godman, h.p. 5 Dr. Gds. a8 Oct. 
I W.G.D.Massy, h.p.sLancers. 
I Com. a Brigade (if the Bengal 

Armw 3x Oct. 



R. B.Chichester, CB. Brigade 

Depot, Aehton 24 Dec. 

S. Black, Bengal 8. C 39 Deo. 

A. R. Clephaue, Madras S. C. 29 Dec. 
R. G. Lewis, Madras S. C. ... 39 Dec. 
C. H. HaU. Bengal S. C ag Deo. 

1876. 

J. G. Medley, R. Bug s Jan. 



F. S . Taylor, R. Eng s Jan . ! Hales wilkie. Brigade Depot, 

£. Davidson. R. Eng s Jan. < Maidatone 31 Oct. 

E. O. Leggatt, Madras 8. C... 3 Jan. E.W. L.Wynne, h.p. Gr. Gds. 23 Nov. 

W. J. Wttliame, CB. R. Art.... 7 Jan. A. K. Comber, Bengal 8. C. X2 Dec. 

"^on. 8. Mostyn, ^B. 23 F. ... 1 Sei)t. G. A. Setirlc, Madras 8. C. ... 12 Jsn. W. R. Gordon.Bengal 8. C... xs Doc. 



James Born, Bengal 8. C. ... xa Dec. 
J. D. Swayne. Bengal 8. C... la Dec. 
T. F. Forster, Bengal S. C... 13 Dec. 

F. €. Anderson, Bengal 8. G. 13 Dee. 

M.. Hnnier. Bengal 8. C 13 Dec. 

P. Smith, Gren. Gds 15 Dec. 

T. B. Harrison, Bensal 8. G... 20 Deo. 
pjt.c.W.J.BaiUm,CMa.n,Axi. 23 Dec. 
H. A. Wel]uan.h.p. Dep.Batt., 

Aids d* Camp to iks Qimm; 
Amime. Adj. ^ Q.jr. Ges., 
C<l6keaUr lo Dec 

MTT. 

W. H. Hawae, Benfral S. C... 7 Jan. 

B. W. Rjall, Beng^ 8. C. ... 14 Jan. 

S. Dandridge, Bengal 8. C... 14 Jan. 

Ppcd. Gloae, R. Art. r? Jan. 

T.E. Gordon. C5/.Bengal S.G. ax Jan. 

J. N. Kaclean, Madras 8. C. s6 Jan. 

P. J. P. WecheralU Madr. 8. C. 36 Jan. 

H. F. Brooke, Kp. xoq F. 
Adj. 0^m,B«mlaf,mih local 
ramk afBri^adUr General ... 3 Feb. 

W. Bannerman, Bombay 8. C. 3 Feb. 

W.J. Visard, Madras 8.0... . 4 Feb. 
T. S. Hawks, Madras 8. C. ... 5 Feb. 

G. R. F. Bardin, Madras 8. C. ao Feb. 
I. F. 3CaeAndrew, Ben. 8. C. ao Feb. 
J. J. H. Gordon, CB, Bengal 

8. C 23 Feb. 

Geo. M. MiUer,CJ9. h.p.Bri. 

gade Depot 25 Mar. 

W. H. R. Simpson, R. Art. ... 30 Mar. 

Henry Rexmy, R. Art x Apr. 

J.W.W.Osbome,CJ8.Mad.8.0 2 Apr. 
G. R. FittRov, Coldst. Gds.... 8 Apr. 

G. S. L. Walker, R. Bng 12 Apr. 

J. Wilkinson, Brigade Depot, 

limeoin 13 Apr. 

W. M. Leea, Bengal 8. G 14 Apr. 

S. W. Sargent,BrigadeDepot, 

Birr 17 Apr. 

f^r. T. D. Baker, CB. 18 F. 21 Apr. 

T. K. Byrne, B. Art 24 Apr. 

R. Barter, Bengal 8. G 28 Apr. 

A. A. Monro, Bengal 8. C s'^^l 

J. Mollins. R. Bng 5 May 

W.H. Hawley,Bngade Depot, 

Ba^ord 8 May 

A. Lw Annesley, h.p. 11 Hos- 

sars, AMtigt. Adiutamt &9n. x8 May 

J. K. Fraaer. i liife Gds. 29 Msy 

H. F. Daries, Gr. Gds 4 June 

C. W. Wahab, Bombay 8. C. 13 June 
C H. Wilson. Madras 8. G. ... 13 June 
M. R. Haig, Bombay 8. 0. ... X3 June 
Jamca Gordon, Bombay S.G. 13 June 
H. F. Disbrowe, Bombay 8.C. 1 3 June 
as.Heara,C/.ff.Ma4lras8.C. x 3 June 
G. J. Mallia, Bombay S.G. ...13 June 
T.C. Georges, Madras 8. G.... 13 June 
W. C. Lester, Bombay 8. G.... 13 June 
D.G.8. St. J. Grant,Mad. S.G. 13 June 
M. de la P.Beresford, Brigade 

DmoL, Siirlima 14 June 

C. M. MacGivgor, CB. CSI. 

CIS. Bengal S.G x 8 June 

Fra. Kdw. Cox, R Eng 19 June 

G. A. Walker. Madras 8. G.... 23 June 
H. H. a«eward,BrigadeDepoe, 

Cmmifrbmty 26 June 

C. W. Barry, R, Eng 27 June 

G. A. Langnton, Bombay S.G. 3 July 
H. C Wilkinson, h.p. 16 Ijanc. 

Im*pgetiMQ0ieerofAuxiUar3f 

Cacalty U Ortat Britain ... 3 July 
f^.p.W. H.Goodenoagfa,R.Art. 5 July 

I. W. E. Walker. R. Art 17 July 

5. T.Parsaos,Brigade Depot, 

JiMs 24 Jaly 

Geo. G. Pearse, R. Art. x Aug. 

J. FoUon. R. Art. x Aug. 

A A. Bayly, R- Art x Aug. 

i. E. Cordner, R. Art. x Aug. 

C. Clarke, R. Art. x Aug. 

A H. Dawson. B. Art x Aug. 

T. M. Harr^R. Art. x Aug. 

K. M. Fl^jfiair, R. Art.^. x Aug. 

3 Aug.' 
3 Aug. 
3 Aug. 
3 Aug. 
3 Aug. 

3 Aug. 

4 Aug. 



W. I/O. KerTiefa« B. Art. 
E. MaDaby, Bombajr S. C. 

R. Warroi, R. Saff 

S.H.8to(berd«B. BniT 

W.H.Ifob]e.B.SDff. 
H. Sehair, R. ". 
G.H.GoidoD,B. 
C.J. 



Colonels, 

A. A. Bruce, Bengal S.G. ... 15 Aug. 

p.:e. F. W. Jebb, h.p. 67 F. 
Adj. Oen.at Madras vUk local 
rank of Brigadier General ... 21 Aug. 

A. R. Glarke, CB, R. Eng. ... 27 Aug. 

T.W.R.Boisragon,BengaTS.G. 2 Sept. 

J. H. Hall, Goldst. Gds 29 Sept 

Wm. John Ghads, 6a F x Oct, 

A. G. K. Lock,Brigad6 Depot, 
Fleetwood x Oct. 

B. Walton, CIE. Bengal S.G. i Oct. 

G. Elgee, 23 F i Oct. 

R. Preston, CB. 44 F x Oct. 

A. F. Warren. CB. h.p. Rifle 

Brigade x Oct. 

G. H. Owen, R. Art x Oct. 

P. W. L'Estrange, R. Art. ... x Oct. 

W. G. Andrewes, R. Art i Oct. 

R. Mackenzie, R. Art x Oct. 

c. F. S. Vacher, h.p. 2a P. ... x Oct. 
J. H. Rocke, h.p. xS F. Deputjf 

Judge Advocate, London x Oct. 

W. P. Gollingwood.h.p. 21 P. x Oct. 
FC Sir Howard G. Elphin- 

stone, KCB.CMO. R. Eng. x Oct. 

H. P. Hutton, h.p. 30 P X Oct. 

"FC C. G. Teesdale, CB. R.Art. x Oct. 
Robert Mockler, Brigade 

Depot, BichtMnd x Oct. 

W. H. Kerr, Brigade Depot, 

Bury I Oct. 

W. D. S. DickinB, h.p. 3X F. x Oct. 
H. R. L. Newdigate, CB. 

Rifle Br x Oct. 

G. Glerk. Rifle Br x Oct. 

FC H.H.Gough,C5.Ben.S.C. x Oct. 

FC J. J. M. Innes, R. Eng ... x Oct. 

G. T. Ghesney, R. Eng i Oct. 

W. E. Warrand, R. Eng x Oct. 

H. A. Brownlow, R. Bng i Oct. 

W. R. Farmar, h.p. 75 P. 

Netley BoepUal i Oct. 

Alured G. Johnson, R. Art. ... x Oct 

P. W. Lambton, 71 F x Oct. 

A. TisdaU, Brigade Depot, 

Aberdeen i Oct. 

G. A. 8. Dickins, 28 F x Oct. 

C. E. Cumberland, R. Bng... x Oct. 
J. B. EdwardH, CB, R. Eng. x Oct. 

A. H. Bogle, R. Art. x Oct 

H. T. Sibome. R. Eng x Oct. 

W. J. Stuart, R. Eng x Oct. 

R. C. Whitehead, CB. h.p. 

58 F X Oct. 

J. H. M. S. Stewart, B. Eng... x Oct. 

H. J. F. E. Hickes, R. Art. ... x Oct. 

p.e.e. W. W. Lynch, 10 P. ... x Oct 

H. T. Arbuthnot, R. Art. ...... i Oct. 

W. Stirling, CB. R. Art x Oct 

H. G. De la Fosse, CB. xox F. x Oct. 

p.e.c. G. D. Barker, 64P x Oct. 

J.£.Swindley,h.p.x5 Hussars x Oct. 

W. B. Gosset, R. Bng x Oct. 

H. Strover, R. Art x Oct. 

H. Moore, CB. OXE. Bombay 

S.G xOot. 

George Garden, Brig. Depot, 

Cardif s Oct. 

G. A. Brown, Bengal 6. G. ... 21 Oct 

Arch. R. Gloag, B. Art 2 Nor. 

B. W. Childers, R Art. 2 Nov. 

T. I. M. Hogg, R. Art 2 Nov. 

G. N. Feudal, 53 P X2 Nov. 

F. G. Trevor, R. Art 23 Nov. 

John Jago, 74 F 9 Dec. 

J. Macdonald, Bengal S.C.... ix Dec. 
L.D'A.Dun8tervilIe,Bom.S.C. la Deo. 
R. V. Handyside, Madr. S. C. xa Dec. 
W. H. Beynon, Bombay S. C. 20 Dec. 
J. T. Watson, Bengal S. G. ... 20 Dec. 
W. O. Swanston, Madras S.G. 20 Dec. 
W. H. B. Godfrey, Madr. S.G. 20 Dec. 

G. M. Hailes, Madras S. G.... 20 Dec. 
J. W. Orchard, Bengal S. C. 20 Dec. 
A. D. Clay, Madras S. G 20 Dec. 

C. D. Clementson, Madr. S.G. 26 Dec. 
T. W. W. Pierce, Bom. S. 0, 29 Dec. 

1878. 

Thomas Lamb, Bengal 8. G. ao Jan. 

A. G. Lilly, Madras S. C ao Jan. 

HastingrsPraser.Madras S.G. ao Jan. 
WUliam Muaro, Madras S.G. ao Jan. 
Bon. F. A. Wellesley, G. Gds. a3 Jan. 
R. K. Macquoid, Madras S.G. a6 Jan. 
G. A. M'Mahon, Madras S.G. 4 Feb. 
0. Blewitt. Brigade Depot, 
Halifax la Feb. 



T. L. Bell, Brigade Depot, 
Bristol 14 Feb. 

J. Harpur, Bombay S. G. ... 17 Feb. 

G. J. D. Hay, Bengal S. G... 20 Mar. 

6. G. Gunliffe, Bengal S. G... 20 Mar. 

G. H. Moncrieff, Scots Gds... 26 Mar. 

John Thompson, Br. Depot, 
Burnley 26 Mar. 

H. P. Ewart, 2 Life Guards... 26 Mar. 

G. P. de Berry, h.p. Brigade 
Depot; Com. a Divieion of 
the Madrae Army 29 Mar. 

Robert Blackall Montgo- 
mery, Brig. Depot, JBra4^ord x Apr. 

Edw. Horatio Henxy Poster, 

I Brigade Depot, C/(»im«2 ... x Apr. 

P. Bnne, R. Eng 2 Apr. 

Mosaom Boyd, Bombay 8. G. 3 Apr. 

A. E. A. EUis, CSI. h.p. Gr. 
Gds. Equerty to S.R.M. the 
Frince qfWalee 9 Apr* 

T. Tyacke, Brigade Depot, 
Cheeter 23 Apr. 

R. D'O. G. Bracken, Ben. S.G. 26 Apr, 

0. M. Cotton, Brigade Depot, 
Brecon -^o Apr. 

Wm. French, R. Art 'x May 

D. MacFarlan, R. Art 11 May 

C. S. de N. Lucas, R. Art. ... xx May 
J. P. Sherrifi", Bengal 8. G.... x6 May 

H.Cook, 100 P 23 May 

R. S. Simonds, Bengal S.G... . xx June 
T. E. Webster, Bengal S.C... ix June 
W.S.Drever,Ci9r.Madra8S.C. xx June 

J. B. Cox, Bengal S.C xx June 

A. G. Plomer, Bombay 8. C. xx June 
R. R Wallace, Bombay 8. C. xx June 
Jas. Clements, Bombay S. C. xi June 

E. A. Green, Bombay S. C. ... xi June 
O. L. Smith, Bengal S. C. ... 12 June 
John D. Hall, Bombay 8. C... x2 June 
T. Waddington,BombayS. C. 12 June 
E.W.Blackett, h.p. Den. Batt. 

Aide de Camp to the Queen ... 29 June 
J. R. S. Henderson, Madr.S.C. 30 June 
W. T. Fa^an, Bengal S. G. ... 28 July 

W. C. Phnlpotts, R. Eng. 2 Aug. 

T. F. Lloyd, Brigade Depot, 

York 9 Aug. 

H. P. Montgomery, Brigade 

Depot, Bodmin X3 Aug. 

J. de Montmorency, Brigade 

Depot, Warrington x6 Aug. 

R. C. A. Marshall, Madr. 8. C. 20 Aug. 
T. W. Stansfeld, Madras 8. C. ax Aug. 

A. H.M.Dickey, Madras S.C. ax Aug. 

B. L. Dillon, h.p. x8 P 27 Aug. 

G.F. Herbert, Brigade Depot, 

Qlaegow 6 Sept. 

B. B. Herrick, R. Mar x8 Sept. 

H. Alexander, x Dr. Gds 22 Sept. 

0. Pitz Gerald, h.p. 49 P 4 Oct. 

D. J. M'Qrigor, R. Art 8 Oct 

P. W. E. P. Walker, CB. 

Scots Guards 15 Oct. 

G. B. Heastey, R. Mar 17 Oct. 

R. J. Hughes, h.p. 63 F. Com, 
a Brigade qf the Candakar 
Force 18 Oct. 

A. B. Pyers, R. Eng x8 Oct. 

J. P. Cox, h.p. R. Bng. Mil. 

Sec. to the Commander in 

Chief, Bombay X90ct. 

R. R. Gillespie, hj). xo6 P. 
Aseiet. A^. and Q.2£. Gen, 
York 22 Oct. 

P. B. Drew, CB, 14 F 25 Oct. 

W. O. Lanyon, CB. C2£G. 2 
W.LR IX Nov. 

E. G. Clark, Bengal S. G. ... 20 Nov. 
H. D'A. P. BumelU 7 Hub.... 6 Dec. 
J. A. Smith, Bombay S. C.... xo Dec. 

C. R. Shaw, Bengal S. C xo Dec. 

0. J. Smith, Madras S. C. ... xo Dec. 

B. L. Hankin, Madras S. G... xo Dec. 
E.C.S. Williams, CJ£.R.Eng. 10 Dec. 

G. Wheeler, Bengal S. C 11 Dec. 

E. L. Bland, R. Eng xx Dec. 

D. A. Frazer, R. Eng xx Deo. 

Sir Edm. Fred. Du Cane, 

XCjB. R. Eng II Deo. 

W. Grossman, CMG.B.. Eng. 11 Dec. 

J. O. Mayne, R.Bng 11 Dec. 

H. T. Rogers, R. Eng xx Dec. 

Irwin M. Greig. R. Eng 11 Dec. 

J. R. Maunsell, R. Eng ix Deo. 

H. G. Panter. 37 P 14 Dec. 

H.T.DaBcan,Ci9/.MadrasS.G 20 Doc 



lO 

J. 6. S. Ifatheaon.Ben. B.C.. 
C. C. Minchin, Madras S. C... 
W. W.W. Jolmaton,h.p. x W.I.R. 

B. HL T>osne, h.p. 19 P 

T. N. Harwaiti, B. Art 

W. DenU-de Yitrd, B. Art. ... 
P. H. M'Leod, R. Art 

1879. 
L. C. Barton, Bombay S. C... 

C. B. Groffaxi,8 F 

B. W. Hinxnutn, 60 F 

5rC H. 8. Cochrane, 43 P. ... 
David Shaw, Madras S. C. ... 
M. K. Bourne, Madras 8. C. 
Osborne Morgan, Madr. 8. G. 
Alfred Tolloch, Bengal S. G. 
Joseph Beay, Bengal S. C. ... 
B. 8. Bnrre, Madras 8. G. ... 

A. T. Baldwin, Madras 8. G. 

0. V. Jenkins, Bensal 8. C.... 
'R.Farrer. Madras 8. C 

B. H. Beddome. Madras 8. G. 

A. P. Dayis, Bombay 8.G. ... 

J. J. Elder, Bombay S.G 

li. H. Denne, B. Art 

B. T. Brooke, B. Eng 

Joseph Bonus, B. Sng 

R. 8. Moseley, Bengal 8.0... . 
P.H.Soratchley, CM&. R.Eng. 
A. W. Montagu, Bengal 8. C. 
A. Callander, Bengal 8. G. ... 

D. fitanden, Madras 8. C. ... 

A. H. Murray, B. Art. 

A. H. Bamfield, Bengal 8. G... 

E. H. CoK, R. Marine Art. ... 

J. Penton, 89 F 

D. Macpherson, CB. 42 P 

A.H.Stephens,h.p.Rifle Brig. 

Aid4 de Camp to H,BM, 
ik$ DmJm (^ Cambridge 

J. P. G. Glyn, Rifle Br. 

G. A. Graster, R. Eng. 

J. Le Mesurier, B. Bng 

A. P. Bainbridge, R. Art 

B. P. Heyaham, Madras 8. 0. 

W. A. Baker, B. Bng 

T. E. Hughes, R. Art. 

L. 8. Cotton, h.p. 63 P. Com- 

mandant B. MiUmian Mil. 

School 

H. A.W.Waterfield, Ben. 8. G. 

S.«.e. R.Harrison, CB. R.Eng. 
.H. E.Ghaniier,R.Art. 

T. 8. Bigge, 5 F 

1. F. Chapman, Bopibay 8. G. 
B. J. R. GonnoUy, B. Marines 
W. H. G. Palmer, Madr. 8. G. 
William Hands, Madras 8. G. 

T. L. Scott, Madras 8. C 

B. W. D. Morton, Benu^ S.G. 
G.Dela P.Bereaford,Mad.8.0. 
William Osbom, Madras 8. G. 
Newton Barton, Bengal 8. O. 
Eustace HiU, Madras 8. G. ... 
T. T. Turton, Madras 8. G.... 

R. H. R. Rowley, R. Art 

H. Marshall, h.p. 9 Laaceis... 

H. Heberden, R. Art. 

H. L. Balfour, R. Art 

Geo. K. Taylor, R. Art 

JSir O. T. Bume, ZC8I. CIE. 

h.p. ao F 

J. B. Kirk, h.p. 01 P 

A. M. Davies. Madras 8. G... 
Srd Luke O'Connor, 23 P. ... 
ir« W. 8. Trevor, R. Bng. ... 

H. W. J. Trent, hj>. 68 P. 

J. Thompson, 50 P. 

0. T. Heathcote,Bombay 8. 0. 

J. R. Hume, h4). 55 F 

TS^ H. H. Lyster, Bengal 8. G. 
7ff B. H. Bullar, CH; CMQ, 

60 P.. , 

W. ADsn, 41 P 

B.M. Beresford,Boots Guards 

8. Auskett, 35 F 

F.H. Jenkins, CB.Bengal 8.0. 

R.01dfleld,R.Art 

H. M. G. Purvis, R. Art. 

o.*.0ja.B. H. Blundell, 3H11S. 

P. O, D. Barclay, 66 F. 

Wm. Mussenden, h.p. 8 Hus. 
P. B. Norman, Bengal 8.0... 
O. v. Tanner, Bombay S.G... 
p.«.0. G. J. Bastw h.p. 57 P. 

A,q.M. €hn/ In&llif0nc0 

Braneh ^ 



CoJ.oneU'^Liewlenant Colonels. 



20 Doc. G. p. Walker, xa F x Dec. 

20 Dec. p.9.e. G. Acton, 51 F 5 ^^• 

24 Dec. A. A. DesYoBUx, Bomb. 8. C. 8 Dec . 
29 Dec. (J. P. Pedler. Madras 8. C. ... 8 Dec. 

31 Dec. T. Dyer, Madras 8. G 8 Dec. 

31 Doc. .r. C. Hobson, Bombay 8. C... 8 Dec, 
3x Dec. C. 8. Lane. Bengal 8. C o Dec. 

R.G. Rogers, CD. Bengal 8.0. 9 Dec. 

W. G. Davies, CSI, Ben. S.G. 9 Dec. 

H. M. Wemyss, Bengal 8. 0. 9 Dec. 

B. T. Staflbrd, Bengal 8. C... 9 ^^^* 

J. P. Turton, Bengal S. C. ... 9 !>«€• 

E. O'B.Horsfbrd. Bengal 8, G. 9 I>oo» 

A. G. F. Hogg, Bombay 8. 0. 17 Deo. 
J. E. B. Parsons, Bengal 8. G. ao Dec. 
J. P. L. Fisher, Bengal 8. C. 20 Dec. 
G. 0. Ekins. Bmural 0.8 20 Dec. . - 

F. J. Millar, Ma&s 8. 0. .. ao Dec. 1 Richard. Hfll Rocke, h.p. 2 F, 

B. H.W.Magrath,Madr. 8. 0. 20 Dec. g. 8. Dowson, h.p. loF...... 



3 Jan. 

6 Jan. 

7 Jan. 

7 Jan. 

8 Jan. 
II Jiui. 

XI Jan. 
XI Jan. 
IX Jan. 
XX Jan. 
13 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
29 Jan. 

4 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 

17 Feb. 
20 Feb, 
aoFeb. 
aoFeb. 
as Feb. 
XI Mar. 
aoMar. 
2^ Mar. 
28 Mar. 
X Apr. 



X Apr. 
X Apr. 
I Apr. 
X Apr. 
xApr. 

3 Apr. 

4 Apr. 
14 Apr. 



I Hay 

xoMay 

x7May 

17 May 

23 May 

27 May 

4 June 

9 June 

9 June 

9 Juna 

9 June 

xo June 

10 June 

xo June 

xo June 

26 June 
17 June 

27 June 
I July 
X July 



23 July 
13 Aug. 
X5 Aug. 



A. M. Calvert, h.p. R. Art. ... 7 ^^y 
T. V. Cooke, hjp. R. Mar. Bar- 

raetMatUr^Pl^WMtkDUMon 3 AufiT- 
C. W. M. Payne, UnatL ao Sept. 

E. 8. Bridges, Cr. Gds 9 Oc^- 

0. E. 8. Gleig, h.p. 14 P «5 Nov. 

1870. 

F. B. A. Chamier, Ben. 8. G. 11 Jan. 

G. Rhodes, Unatt >a Feb. 



G. H. A. Forbes, h.p. R. Art. x Mar. 
FitzRoy W.Fremantie, C.Gds. z6 Mar. 
F. C. Manninghain3uller, 

Coldstream Guards 30 Mar. 

e. Sydney Darling, h.p. 9 P. 
A. A, > q. jr. &en. Dublin 

BoeruiHng IHUria*. x Apr. 

. — *- - - - 2 P. X Apr. 
X Apr. 



.'c.Himef Bengal 8. 0..*....' 20 Deo! F.G. Smith, h.p. 7 Dr. Gds.. 24 May 

. S. Boist. Ben^ 8. C 20 Dec. J. Hudson, Bengal 8. C. ...... 13 Jano 

^ ^ ...• -. » ^^ j^^ J. Q H, Yi^^ ffinchinbroke, , , 

aoDec. Or. Gds ;,. 10 July 

UC H. E. Jerome, h.p. 62 P. 

FortMaforttf &ii«nM«f iS Sept. 

T. S. P, Field, h.p. B. Art. ... a? Nov. 



J, 

D 

H. G. Smith, Bengal 8. G. 

R. G. Lavie, Madras S. 0. 



LLBUTJUIABT QOLONBLB. 

18S6. 
W. Leader Maberly, Unatt.... 30 Dec. 

18M. 
Tyrrell Matthias Byme,nnatt. 26 Dec. 
R. P. W. SibthOTp, Unatt. ... 26 Dec. 

1867. 

R.Blackwood-Price,h.p.R.Art.a6 May 

1899. 
Son. P. J. E. Preke, Unatt.... 13 Dec. 
Geo. B. G. Crespigny, Pay- I 

matter. School ^ Mutketry 26 Deo. i 187S. 

ISeo |C.H.T.B.deRuvigne8,Unatk x Jan. 

H. D. B,^v^ : « Apt. ?i^»^bS^5 m.'r:m: ' "^ 

1861. I AH.Adj^D€OonAH,MiL ... 23 Apr. 

T.R.H.Dmmmond Hay, h.p. !g- ^7^9^* ^J?- ^9i ^; •• ^^^Sf^ 

78 F. . .. agJan. iC-J^*^^*^^*^^'**^^-*"^** 15 May 

A. Hunt. Unatt."..."...!'..'...'.!.... aaMar. P. H. Harford, Soots Gds. ... 39 Jane 

• ^^^ ■•■"• ^ ' T. P. Graham, Scots Gds 17 July 

1M«. J. A. T. Garratt, Gr. Gds. ... 17 July 



1871. 

H. H. D. Stracey, 8. Gds 4 Feb. 

Son. W. 8. D. Home, Gr. Gds. L5 Feb. 
O. J. P. Smyth, Coldst. Gds. as Mar. 
pj. e. H. B.H.Blundell,Gr.Gds 5 Apr. 
Son. H.T.PrBJier, Soots Gds. 30 Au^. 
Charles Steel, Unatt. A.A. f 

Q.M. &*n. W«tt.Indi09 x Oct. 

jro».E.G.P.Litt1eton,Gr.Gds. 14 Oct. 

H. Trotter, Gr. Gds 31 Oct. 

G. W. Staokpole, h.p. x8 P.... 15 Nov. 



L. H. G. Maclean, Unatt 9 Nov. 

186S. 
Q. G. Gordon, h.p. Soots Gds. 13 Feb. 
A. Aytonn, h.p. R. Art x8 May 

1864. 

R. O. P. Steward, Unatt 21 Feb. 

E. Maude, h.p. 109 P 13 Oct. 

1865. 

Samuel Haokett, Unatt 9 Feb. 

T. B. Kennion, h.p. R. Art.... 29 Mar. 

G. W. Knox. Scots Gds 4 Apr. 

Hbf».W. R. Treftiais, Scots G. 4 Apr. 

M. J. Hayman, Unatt 17 Aug. 

ArG.P.O,Pocook.i}t. Unatt. ao Sept. 
L. G. Paget, h.p. R. Art. Com. 
ItUcfWight Art.I£iUiia... 26 Dec. 

1866. 
. G.Gooch, Unatt. €hnt.atArm$ as June 
« Joly G. J. Wigtam. Ooldst. Gds.... xi Dec. 

1867. 

A. Lambton, Coldst. Gds. x8 Jan. 

J. M'Donnell, h.p. Cape M. R. 15 May 



„ , . Cape 

x9Aug. L. G. PhilUps, Gr. Gds.. 

19 Aug. Lord Wm. Fred. Ernest Sey- 

31 Aug. I mour, Coldstream Guards . 23 Oct. 

31 Aug. J. J. Johnstone, Gr. Gds 20 Nov. 

7 dept.'; J. O. Bovill, h.p. 6 P 39 Deo. 



x6 Sept. 



1868. 



97 Sept. 

7 Oct. 
yoOct. 
xo Oct. 
89 Oct. 
31 Oct. 
31 Oct. 

4 Nov. 
14 Nov. 
14 Nov. 
aa Nov. 
aa Nov. 



z Jan. 
x Jan. 

I Jan. 
x Jan. 
X Jan. 



ao Sept. H ■^^^gy.j^ ijj j^^p jyu^ B^ 

R. B. P. Cranfhrd, h.p. R. Art. 

T. B. Speedy, Unatt. Sterotary 

S.SibemianUU^Sohool ... 

Wm. James Gillum, Unatt.... 

G. A. Milman, h-p. B. Art.... 

E. 8. P. Bumell, Coldst. Gds. aa Jan. 
Alex. J. J. Maodonald, Unatt. 9 Apr. 

R. J. MA-nnlt^gli ft n^.lln H ^tr^ 

Gr. Gds 13 June 

P. Palmer, Soots Gda. 39 Aug. 

Son. E. J. W. Forester, JTnate. xo Nov. 
S. M. Gildea, Unatt. aa Nov 



J: Edmonstonne, 3a F 18 Mar. 

89 Nov. l*^. R. Maitland, h.p. 79 F. ... 35 Mar. 



H. R. Eyre, Coldst. Q6b 14 An?. 

FC D.Macintyre, Bengal S.G. xt Sept. 
Son. W. H. P. Oanngton, 
Gr. Gds 4 I>ec. 

1878. 

C. W, Barton, B. Mar 8 Jan. 

L. Sidebottom-Venner, Unatt. 15 Feb. 

B. T. Thynne, Gr. Gds 15 Mar. 

D. Bobinson, h.p. 7a F 25 Mar. 

H. Orofton, h.p. 67 F ag Mar. 

A. H.CaB8,h.p. xo Hussars... 14 Apr. 

E. Le Polley, h.p. s F 33 Apr. 

C. 8. Baker, h.p. 59 P 6 "iltky 

W. J. Gasooigne, Soots Gds. as June 
J. B. Sterling, Coldst. Gds... s Jvdy 

F. H.ChanoeUor,h.p.B. Art. aa Aug, 
R. A. Loudon, h.p. 5 W. L R.. aS Sept. 
J. G. Mayoock,h.p. 14 P xa Nov. 

G. D. Thomas, Coldst. Gds.... iq Nov. 

1874. 

C. D. Pedder, h.p. 39 P. Adj. 6 
Adm.Batt. La neaM r oB. Vol. 86 Jan. 

A. Saltmarshe, h.p. 70 P 7 Feb. 

8. A. Oleeve, h.p. 13 F ax Mar. 

W. Moese, h.p. a6 P. a8 Mar. 

A. Green, h.p. Rifle Brigade, 
Captain ^flnoaUdt, B. So*- 

pi&Ut Cheloea x Apr. 

B. O. Bussell, CB. 13 Hussars x Apr. 

F. C. Scott» CB. h.p. 4a F. ... X Apr. 
James de Vio Tupper, a| P... t Apr. 

C. B. H. Nioholl) Rifle Br. ... x Apr. 

P. E. Sotheby, Bifle Br x Apr. 

J.R.W.XonideVe8oi,0old.G. is Apr. 

G. C. Grant) h.p. x6 P x8Apr. 

G.Van ja* Pole,h.p.OapeM. B. 

FoH Major, SJknhmrgh 16 May 

G. GosUngf Soots Gds. 87 Jane 

W. T. GoMsworthv, h.p. 91 P. 

AM9t.Adj,,J' Q.M. Gm^,Cork 99 Jane 
Geo. Bdw. Francis, h.p. ao P. a Joly 
W, J. Brook, h.p. 30 P 14 Aug. 

D. Hastings, 6a P 7 Sept. 

W. E. WaOace, h.p. 18 F a Oct. 

Son. J. O.VaBneok,8ootsGd8. xo Got. 
J. M. Glayhills, h4^¥K.... as Nov 



W. D. Marshy Boy. £ng. 

£. Perkizis. CD. B. Enir agDeo. 



A.H.W.Wniia2n8, B. Art.... 13 Jan. 

C. F. C^ckborn, B. Art. x6 Jan. 

r. Hardy, B. Art x6 Jan. 

L F. Han, B. Art 16 Jan. 

J. H, Pefle, B. Art. 16 Jan. 

Sr W. Hamilton, Bi, B. Art. x6 Jan. 

De Vie F. Carey, B. Art x6 Jan. 

T. XichoD, B. Art 16 Jan. 

E. Tjemey, B. Art. 16 Jan. 

L H. Lindsay, CB. B. Art.... 16 Jan. 

T. P. Smit]i, B. Art. 16 Jan. 

G H. Stone, B. Art. x6Jan. 

U. R. Brace, Bombay S. C. ... so Jan. 
;. L Benwea, Kadnu S. C. ao Jon. 
C. B. L. Smith, Hadxas S. C. ao Jan. 

.'. H. White, B. Sur 3 Feb. 

C. M. Brovne, B. &i£ 3 Fob. 

S. L. Foreter, B, Art. 6 Feb. 

i;.L.8.Gla«ftird,Bombay 8.0. ao Feb. 

'\ E. E. GrflBnie, 104 JF. 35 Feb. 

L A. Carrie, CB, Bengal S. G. a Mar. 
w^. Kineaid* Madras 8. G. ... 3 Mar. 
y.GJf.StrictlaTHl,Maitr.S.C. 3 Mar. 

E. B. Baker, h.p. z6 F 8 Mar. 

W. Macdooald, Bengal S. C. to Mar. 
^■LPeiiibeTton,CJI.6o Rifles zo Mar. 
W. H. D. B. Wehnan,C9. 99 F. 31 Mar. 

H. J. Maclean. h.p.IUfleBr. 
Amst. A4j. omd 4* M. 0en. 
^•^^^ X Apr. 

F. T. Whinyatea, B. Art^ i Apr. 

W.X.WaDer,B.Art i Apr. 

B. L Gordon, B. Art. x Apr. 

J ?wiMT. Madras 8.C la Apr. 

-th!iG«ddee,h.p. 44F 13 Apr. 

De Vic Tapper. h.p. 8 P. 14 Apr. 

E. B gladen, Madras 8. C... 14 Apr. 



Lieutenaul Culonds. 

19 Deo. H. T. 01dfleld,Benfl:alS. C... xi Dec. 

~ H. D. Gloet^, Madras 8. C. ... 12 Dec. 

Wm. Gordon, Bengal 8. G.... za Dec. 

H. T. Sioart, Madras 8. G.... 12 Dec. 

H. G. Menziea, Madras 8. G. xa Dec. 

A. T. Searle, Madras 8. 0. ... za Dec. 

Wm. Lambert, CB. 88 F z8 Dec. 

yc B. Wadeson, 75 F 18 Dec. 

ifos.£.A.B. Achoson.O. Gde. 18 Dec. 
W. B. Johnson, Madras S. C. ao Dec. 
Wm. Jackson, Bengal S. 0. ao Doc. 
H. y. Mathiae, Bengal 8. G. ao Dec. 
Wm. Playfair, Bengal 8. G.... ao Doc. 

B. T. Shiflher, 54 F. a2 Dec. 

W. L. Yonge, B. Art 23 Dec. 

T. E. Britten, Bombay 8. G. 36 Dec. 
WiUiam Hicks, Bombay 8. G. 39 Dec. 



1876. 

H. D. Battve, Bengal 8. G. ... 
0. B. Brackenbniy, B. Art.... 

E. Markham, B. Art 

G. S. Corkran, Grenadier Grds. 
H. F. Dakeyne, Mladras 8. 0. 
J. Grawford, Madras 8. G. ... 
O. F. Smithers, Madras S. G. 
Alex. G. Hay, Madras 8. C. . , 
John Wm. Orr, Madras 8. G, 
Melmoth Alaster Doaglas 

Orchard, Ben. 8. G 

Fred. Gadsden, Madras S. G. 

B. H. Vivian, 49 F 

E. Leaoh, 50 F 

P. A. Camegy, Madras 8. G. 
G. W. Fletcher, Bengal S. G. 

C. F. Keays, Bombay 8. G.... 
G. W. B. Chester, Bengal S.G. 

D. M. M. Grichton, Gr. Gds. 

B. D. Barrett, Z9 F 

G. W. Puget, 34 F, 



tT.W.ParceU, R.ATt. ... x4Apr. , 

... GlancT, 14 F aS Apr. H. P. Hawkes, Madras 8. G. 

E. D. Harveat, h.p. 07 F., William Winson. Bengal 8.G, 

StaffOf&cer of PensionerB a8 Apr. " ' " 

D.Lisioiid,B.Eng. 3 May 

fi. W. Mariei, 73 P 13 May 

i. C. U Qoesne, xa Laaoers . 5 Jane 
:. H. p. Malo(dmaozi, CB, 

BcajhayS.C 8 June 

^. B. Tkomflon, Bengal 8. C. 8 June 

H.T. Snow, Madias 8. 8 June 

Hol'm Ctdell, Bengal 8^ G... 9 June 
^mtr.n »... ^_ . 9June 

9 Jane 

9 June 

9 June 
33 June 
27 June 
aj Jxme 



jLW.frukwghlor.Bomb. S.G, 
H H. Foord, Madras 8. C. ... 
H. E. Wbiah, Bengal B. C. ... 
C.;&.BeIl,Mad!ra8 8.G. ... 
F. M. Birch, Bengal 8. O. ... 
J W.Hoggan, Bengal S.G... 

J T.Harns, Bengal 8. C. ... 

a.J.Bfll,o5F 7 July 

uF.Fkrkinaon,95F ax July 

'- B. Le Meenrier, B. Art. ... 34 July 

A. H. King, B. Art. 84 Jul J 

iR.Jaa€g,B. Art. 24 July 

i^W(£fe,h.p.aF., 8. O. of P. 99 July 
S R. Bsraea, h.p. 14 F. Chief 
Jf^-^»olof}£m»kBt^ ...31 July 

'■'I- RowcPDtt, Bengal 8. C. 10 Aug. 

•».CoIlingion,B. Art ax Aug. 

' ^wth,h.p, g^r, A. Adj. 



G. J. D. Heath, Madras 8. G. 

John Byron, zo P 

B. deBourbel, B.Eng. 

F.a. Stanton, B. Eng 

G. A. de Kantsow, Ben. 8. G. 
H. P. Glose, Bombay 8. C. ... 
G. A. Prendeigast, Beng. S.G. 

T. G. Boss, Bengal 8. G 

T. E. Swettenham, 31 F 

W. Hichens, B. Bng 

B. Hawthorn, B. Eng 

H. Wellesley, Gr. Gds 

W. H. Balston, 70 F 

H. Q JLnderson, Bombay S.G. 
J. G. Graham, z Dragoons ... 

G. J. M'Mahon, B. Art 

B. A. Gollins, 26 F 

B. B. D. Gampbell, Scots Gds. 

J. W. Hughes, 54 F 

William Blackett, 6x F 

Lord Bf D. Kerr, CB, zo Hus. 

H. B. Feilden, 6 F 

E. L. Barle, Bengal 8. G 

Hon. B. H. de Montmorency, 

32 F 

U. G. Thomson, Madras B.C. 
T. B. Ohurch, Madras 8. G... 
D. B. Toung, Bombay 8. G... 
p.».c. W. Arbuthnot, x4 Hus. 
'. H, 



*^i^M.0ai, JjiMm '.. 23 Aug. ^. M. Nepean, Madras 8. C. 

Ti^Hoy, 47 F X SeptfB. P. Campbell. Bengal S.G, 

?.J?.Ran«4«n,Cold8t.Ods. x Sept. W. H. slffill, 19 F 




i n^te^**V* 8. O. ... SO Sept. 
5 H WuUe£3&dna8.a.ao Sept. 

4^F w^'iS'^^'tA^ "Sept. 

J. B Bro«iM.l, F. af Oct 

- Harnett, 7jk«4fc X7K0T. 



X4 Sept M. H. Ileathcote, Ben. 8. G. 



A. G. Forth, Madras 8. C. ... 

A. E. Warren, 78 F 

B. Bennett, 46 P 

J. Briggs, 06 F 

rc A. T. Moore, Bom. 8. C. 
G. D. LaTouche, Bombay 8. C. 

B. P. B. Tamer, B. Art 

B. P. Balfour, Gr. Gds 

ifoa. G. G. Gathome-Hardy, 

Gr.Gds. 

E. A. Stuart,! F 

B. Gore, B. Art 

G. H. Clay, Bombay 8. C. ... 

8. G. G. fiogge, 66 P 

H. Le Goog, B. Art 

& O.*.. i» Deo. T.«.c. P. A. A. Twynam, xs P. 

ra- a XI D«J. !J. S. Hand. 44*' 

01 OL XX Dec. 'Harry M'Leoil. B. Art 



7 Jan, 
Z5 Jan. 
Z5 Jan. 

19 Jan. 
ao Jan. 
ao Jan. 
ao Jan. 
3o Jan. 
ao Juu. 

ar Jan. 
ax Jan. 

2 Fob. 
a Feb. 

x6 Fob. 
ao Fob. 
ao Fob. 
ao Feb. 
96 Feb. 
37 Feb. 
z Mar. 

3 Mar, 
3 Mar. 
3 Mar. 

8 Mar. 
zo Mar. 
zo ilnr. 
ao Mar. 

20 Mar. 
ao Mar. 
30 Mar^ 
30 Mar. 

30 Mar. 
t Apr. 
x Apr. 

5 Apr. 

6 Apr. 
zo Apr. 
37 Apr. 

3^lay 
Z7 May 
32 May 

31 May 
31 May 

9 Juue 
Z4 June 

14 June 

14 June 
X4 June 

15 June 
z5 June 
X5 June 
Z5 June 
34 Juno 
Z5 July 

15 Jnly 
Z9 July 
xo July 
Z9 July 
ao July 
23 July 
a6 July 
29 July 
29 July 
29 July 
II Aug. 

13 Aug. 

za Aug. 

14 Aug. 
83 Aug. 
34 Aug, 

T Hept. 
x Sept.] 
6 Sept 

16 Sept, 
23 Sept. 



II 

n.R.H. ike Vuke of Oonnaught, 
£e. JTT. KP. QCMO.&OSI. 
Bifie Brigade, Privatt Aide de 
Camp to the Queen 27 Sept. 

C. J. Hubbard, Gr. Gds. 37 Sept. 

jC. B. Beynardson, Gr. Gds.... 37 Sept. 

|C. B. Torriano, B. Art. i Oct. 

I John Edwin DicksonHill.h.p. 
; f^^Y.Auift. MUitary Secre- 

' tary, W. InHea 7 Oct. 

; H. L. Frond or gast, R. Eug.... 7 Oct. 
Iw. R. Tucker,ll. Bng 7 Oct. 

F. L. Etlrid^rc. ao F 8 Oct. 

a. H. Parker, 92 F 38 Oct. 

K. Meuranc, 83 F 4 Kov. 

'J. T. B. Brown, CB. R. Art... 9 Nov. 

C. F. Gregorie, z8 P 34 Nor. 

F. Morley, 3 P 3 Dec. 

G. C. Depree, Bengal S. G.... 9 Dec. 
I William Peyton, Madras S. G. 9 Dec, 
,1/. J. Oliphant, Gr. Gds 9 Dec. 

L. li. Williams, Bengal S. C. jo Dec. 
U\lo.\. Wardrop, Bombay 8. G. zo Dec. 

Thomas Bell, Bombay S. G... zo Dec. 
;Stovart Fellows, Bom. 8. G. zoDec. 
' W'.'H. Newport, Bombay S.G. z6 Dec. 
I W. Dickinson, CSI. h.p. Bom- 

I bay Staff Corps 19 Dec. 

|G. N. Stephens, Madras 8. G. 30 Dec. 

G. R. C. Westropp, Bom. 8. C. ao Dec. 
;G. J. Paeley, Bengal 8. C. ... ao Dec. 
,T. £. YanderGucht, Ben. S.C. 20 Dec. 

6. B. Chambers, Bengal S.C. 20 Dec. 
'J. V. Himt, CB. Bengal S. C. ao Dec. 

C. F. Sharpe, Bengal S. C. ... ao Dec. 
I P. U. F. Harris, Bengal S.C. ao Deo. 

H. v.. Mottet, Madras 8. C ... ao Dec. 

P. McPherson, h.p. 17 P 33 Dec. 



I 18T7. 

;C. T. Hitchins. Bengal S. G. 

T. Wakefield. Madras S. G.... 
,C. P. Himtcr, Bengal 8. C. ... 
; William Phalre, Bengal S. C. 
I J. H. CasteU, Bombay 8. C... 
is. P. M. T. Grant, Madr. S.C. 
I II. S. Robinson, Madras 8. G. 
) L.H.P.DeH.Larpent,Ben.S.G. 

A. H. Bramley, Bengal S. C. 

P. M. Armstrong, Ben. S. C. 

W. M. Lane, Madras 8. C. ... 

T. B. E. Tennant, Madr. 8. G. 

L. H. Sibthorpe, Bom. S. C. 

A. E. Campbell, Bengal 8. C. 
;C. T. Haig.R. Eng 

W. E. Marsland, 5 Dr. Gds.... 

H. C. B. Bamett,Madras S.C. 
|G. C. Hodding, Madras S. G. 

Jc. J. Tyler, R. Art 

)P. H. LoGeyt, Bombay S. C. 
IT. J. Watson, Bengal S. C... 

FC H. G. Browne, n.p. xoo F. 

IJ. Gunter, 4 Dr. Gds 

|G. Gregory, R. Marines 

A. Templeman, 21 P 

J. Pi-yer, 6 Dr. Gds 

John Poore, R. Marine Art. 
R. Law, Unatt., Staff Officer 

of Pensioners 

K. R.Niven, i W. L R. 

E. St. J. Griffltha, h.p. 19 P.. 
M. G. Smith, Bengal 8. C. ... 

B. Lacy, 59 F 

G. J. Smart, R. Art 

H. B. Glass, 23 P 

R. H. Newbolt, R. Art 

M. H. W. Bennett, R.Marines 

G. H. Adams, 86 P 

W. Carey, R. Art 

p.i.e. A. H. Wavell, 41 P 

C. J. Mounsey, 71 P 

C. E. Harvey, B. Bng. 



R. W. Duff, R. Eng. 

H. J. Degacher, CB. 24 F ... 

T. B. Strange, B. Art 

L. Lyon, B. Art , 

B. H. Ounliffe, Madras 8. C. 
R. R. Woodhouse, Bom. S. C. 

C. D. J. Dodd, Bombay 8. G. 
W. G. S. Clarke, Bengal 8. C. 
Hugh Watson, Madras S. C. 
H. vaughaji, Bombay S. C. 
J. H. Drummond,Bom. 8. C. 
T. W. Rutherfurd, Ben. 8. C. 

iW. H. Garton, Bengal 8. C... 
|.L S. D. Bolton, Bom. S. G. ... 

,P. .T. Bolton, h.p. 13 F 

G, Philips, R. Eng 

C. N. Martin, U. Kng 



7 Jan. 
xz Jan. 
30 Jan.' 
ao Jan. 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
ao Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
ao Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
20 Jan. 
23 Jan. 
3z Jan. 
zo Feb. 
zo Feb. 
17 Feb. 
20 Feb. 
20 Feb. 
27 Feb. 

7 Mar. 
10 Mar. 
isMaar. 
17 Mar. 

30 Mar. 

23 Mar. 

24 Mar. 

31 Mar. 
10 Apr. 
20 Apr. 
20 Apr. 
2z Apr. 
30 Apr. 

7 May 
33 May 
30 May 
a June 
a June 
6 June 
6 June 
9 June 
zi June 
XI June 
X3 June 
13 June 
Z3 June 
Z3 June 

13 June 

14 June 
14 June 
Z4 June 
Z4 June 
Z4 June 
z5 June 
z5 June 
Z3 Juno 



1 2 Lieuieiiant Colonels, 

E. M. Norie. Madras S. C. ... i6 Jane » Jos. Fox Bland« h.p. 76 P. 

H. Vivian, Scola Guards 30 June ID. A. Baby, h.p. 201. Train. 

B. W. B. Hunt, R. Mannos .. i July , Henry W. Stroud, 30 P. 

>I. Le P. Taj'lcr, R. Art 1 July w.t.e. P. J. Hatchison, h.p. 64 P. 

K. Keate. R. Art 1 July jE. D'H. Pairtiough, 48 P. 

J. J. Smith, R. Art 1 July 1 Horatio N. Kippen, h.p. 12 P. 

• . V. Wilson, Rifle Br ix July ijamos C. Clarke, h.p. 76 P. 

A. R. MacDonnell, R. Eng.... 11 July jHarry C. Hague, h.p. xi P, 

W. Ch^stie, R. Eng ix July " '*'— ^ — -- 1- - _- t 

H. Le G. Geary, R. Art 11 July 

P. T. Bainbridge, Bengals. C. 11 July 
W. L. Twentrman, 19 Hus. xx Ju^ 
FCC. A. Goodfellow, R. Eng. xx July 



iP. G. B. Warren, R. Art. 
!J. p. Maquay, R. Eng. 
,R. N. Dawson-Scott, R. Eng. 
;W. W. Woodward, R. Art. 
: J. Beatty, R. Eng. 
(A. M. Lang, R. Eng. 
lO. S. Thoma8on,R. Eng. 
„ , . '3. T. Trevor, R. Eng. 

H. Mackenzie, h.p. x| P. Steretarp John Hills, R. Eng. 
and Adjutant Soyal MUUarg Atyluvk 'J. C. Tavler.R. Art. 



W. John Bell, h.p. 93 P. 
G. Sullivan, h.p. 109 P. 
G. S. Davies, h.p. Gb.v. Depdt. 



G. Arbuthnot, h.p. R. Art. ... xx July iW. H. Paul, h.p. Depdfe Batt. 

B. H. Pottinger, R. Art 11 July 

C. M. Griffith, Bombay S. C. n July 
G.P; Seville, Bombay S. C... ix July 
H. M. L. Colquhoun, 77 P. ... ix July 

J. W. Barnes, 73 P 11 July 

E. Maitland, R. Art 14 July 

T. Dennehy, Bengal S. C. ... 20 July 



H. M. Pinlay, R. Art. 

W. H. M'Causland, R. Art. 

F. E. Hadow, R. Art. 
H. P. Lane, R. Art. 

fM. TUford. hj>". 60 T?. \ J. H. Maskery, R. Marines, 
Ralph Edw. Carr, 36 P. G. Brydges, R. Marine Art. 
Fred. Bagnell, 12 F. iLord A. C. Gordon-Lennox, Or. GdSw 
W. J. Tarte, h.p. Depot Batt. Adj. i»t\n.$.e, CUfford Parsons, 3 P.... 2 Oct- 
'"••***•' P. C. Anderson, a ArL 4 Oet. 

G. B. Morgan, h.p. 77 P. Town 



P. G. C. Probart, 9 P 2t July 

T. W. Sneyd, 2 Dr. Grds 21 July (S. Malthius, CB. 94 P. 



Warwick X. Voluntetrt, 
James L. W. Nunn, h.p. 80 P. 
Daniel Thompson, h. p. 67 P. 
[G. S. Mignon, Bombay S. C. 



R. Whigham, 16 Lancers 21 July 

('. W. Duncombe, x Life Gds. 21 July 
iron. P. C. Bridgeman, S. Gds. x Aug. 
Francis Brownlow, CB, 72 P. x5 Aug. 

R. T. P. Cuthbert, 15 F 15 Aug. 

P. E. Prait, R. Eng 17 Aug. 

W. H. Edgcome.R. Eng 17 Aug. 

G. P. de Palesieux-Palcoimet, 

B.Eng X7 Aug. 

E. J. L. Twynam, Ben. B.C. 20 Aug. 

J. N. Hunter, R. Eng 22 Aug. 

T. H.Clarkson, 2oP. 23 Aug. 

T. N. Holbcrton, R. Art 24 Aug. 

p.t.e. C. B. Knowles, 67 P. ... 29 Aug. 

M. E. C. Stocker, R. Art 30 Aug. 

E. L. Robertson, 106 P 5 Sept. 

* J. Lazzarini, R. Malta Penc. 

Art 5 Sept. 

JTow.E.H.T.Digby.Colds.Gds. 5 Sept. 
H. E. H. Drimmiond-Moray, 

Scots Gds 5 Sept. 

p.%.e. Hon. G. P. H. Villiers, 

Gr. Gds xsSept 

p.f.c.H.C.N.Blanckley,R.Mar. X7 Sept 

C. Eccles, 4 P 29 Sept. 

p.*.c. Wm. K. EUes, CB, h»p. 

38 Y.A99iMiant Adj. Qentral 29 Sept. 

P. J. Hercy, 2P 29 Sept. 

Son. H. W. L. Corry, Coldst. 

Guards 29 Sept. 

R. W. W. Pollett. Coldst. Gds. 29 Sept 

1 Ootober 1877. 
W. L. Browne, 5 I^tncers. 
R. E. D. Ness, h.p. 3 W. I. R. 
J. B. H. Boyd, 17 P. 
B. W. Guminff, 79 P. 
A. M. SheweU, Bombay S. C. 
p.$.e. Wm. W. Knollys, h.p. 93 P. 
p.$.e. H. Lock, X08 P. 
Thomas O'Neill, h.p. Madras S.C. 
Wm. Tweedie, Bengal S. C. 
W. D. Tompson, CB. 17 P. 
L. Prenderi^t, h.p. 2 Drs. 
J. D. Brockman, 86 P. 
0. J. Hughes, Bengal S. C. 



J. Murray, 94 P. 

J. N. Beasley, 87 P. 

R. B. Lloyd, 36 P. 

H. E. Watson, 22 P. 

H. 6. Yaughaji, h.p. 20 P. 

p.9.e. H. T. Butler, 13 Hussars. 

J. R. Harvey, 25 P. 

K. J. Scoveli, 96 P. 

J. P. Birch, h.p. 3 W. L R. Staff Officer 

of Pensioners. 
W. R. White. 56 P. 
James Browne, CST. R. Engineers. 
J. D. Dundas, 60 Rifles. 
C. E. Morgan, h.p. 67 P. 
W. H. Richards, 55 P. 
C. G. Grant, X7 P. 
P. C. Hill, 56 P. 
S. de A. C. Clarke, h.p. 6 Dr. Gds., 



Jfo/or, OibraUar xx Oct. 

E. N. L'Estrange, 21 P 19 Oct. 

A. T. L. Chapman, 34 P 20 Oct. 

E. O. Hewett, R. Eng 2x Oct. 

L. L. Brett, a W. I. R 31 Oct 

T. PhUUps, x8 Hussars 31 Oct 

W.H. Caine, R, Art xt Nov. 

T. L. Still, R. Art 24 Nov. 

M. C. Parrington, sx F a Dec. 

W. H. H. West, R. Marines... 2 Dec. 

C. P. Carey, R. Eng 5 Dec. 

Thos. H. Way, Madras S. O. X2 Dec. 
C. M. Ducat, Bombay S. C... xa Dec. 
W. W. Boddam, Bengal S. 0. xa Dec. 

B. A. C. Lambert,Bengal S. C. 12 Dec. 
A.ntterson. Bombay S.C. ... X2 Dec. 
H. R. M. Van Heythuyseo, 

Bombay S.C X2 Dec 

J. A. Brockman, h.p. 6 F. 

S. O. of Pensioners X2 Dec. 

_ _, In. Swanston, Madras S.C... X3 Deo. 

merrp to M.BM, tkt Prinet .qfC. P. Boulton, Bombay S. C. 13 Dec. 
W««. James G. Bell, Madras.S. C. X3 Dec 



E. Gardner, h.p. 2 W.LB. 

H. G. White, x P. 

W. B. B. Barwell, 52 F. 

H. Montagu, h.p. 8 Hussars. 

A. H. Utterson, 17 P. 

N. Maodouald, h.p. 5 P. 

C. J. C. Sillery, xa P. 

R. H. Brooke, h.p. Ceylon Rifles, Staff C. B. P. Penny, R. Eng 21 Dee. 

Officer of Pensioners. ' ' " " '^ 



H. A. Jastioe. Madras S. C... 13 Bee. 

J. Hanwell, R. Art xs Dec. 

Henry Pludyer, Scots Guards X9 Dec. 
A. R. Wilson, Bombay S. C. 20 Dec. 
John R. Strutt, Bombay S. C. 20 Dec. 
J. T. Chandler, h.p. 47 B*- 
S. O. of Pensioners 2x Deo. 



J. M. Sexton, Bombay S. C. 



A. Sceberras, 98 F 25 Dec. 

IJ.M. de C. Meade, R.Mar. ... 25 Dee. 



C. W. St. John, h.p. 94 P., S, O. of I ,«-. 

Pensioners. loTS, 

T. M. Bailie, 52 P. IE. P. Gurdon, Bengal S. C. ... 20 Jan. 

p.t.e. T^Jl. S. Cameron, 25 P. _ R. 8. Turton, 2 W.LJtogt... 2 Fel>, 



p.9.r. T. E. A. Hall, h.p. 49 F, Pro- 

! feuor at the Staff ColUg* 

J. N. Colthurst, 6 F, 

IT. R. Stevenson, 87 P. 

|a. H. Vincent, 3 Hussars. 

,Hon. C. J. Fox-Powys, 69 P. 

H. Pamell, CB. 3 P. 

E. C. Domville, h.p. R. Mar. S. O. of 

I Pensioners. 

|W. T. Corrie, ix P. 

M. J. R. MacGregor, x8 P, 

M. L. M'Causland, xx P. 



A. H. GodlVey, h.p. Dep6tBatt Adj. 4'p. D. Walters, 82 P, 



G. A. Morgan, 55 P. 
'Albert Seagrim, Bengal S.C. 
».».e. H. A. Brett, 43 P. 



8. H. Gierke, h.p. 21T.Gtni.at Arms. R. A. Walters, Madras S.C. 

H. P. Phillipps, a P. *' ., ^ . . 

XI. P. Blake, ^.p. s I>r. Gds. 



Laneathire Militia. 
E. Tanner, 8 P. 
pj,e. H. A. Little, Bengal S.C. 
W. C. Justice, h.p. Depot Battalion, 
J. Hardy, h.p. 9 Lancers. 
p.t.e. A. S. Quill, hp. R.Canad.R. 
E. A. Gore. 6 Drs. 

H. H. Pratt, h.p. 94 P., S. O. of Pensrs. 
A. G. Daubeuy, 7 P. 
H. C Evans, h.p. 38 P. 
W. R. Nolan, h.p. 17 Lancers. 
A. S. M. Browne, 3 Dr. Gds. 
C. H. S. Scott. Bengal S. C. 
J. Galbraith, 66 P. 
W. E. Brown, X3^P. 
T. P. Dixon, 39?. 
W. M. C. Acton, h.p. 77 P. BeeruiiinglJ. M. C. Drake, R. Eng. 

Officer at InoemetB. E. R. James, R. Eng. 

W. W. Corban, 49 P. H, J. Alderson, R. Art. 

W. D. Shipley, 40 P. A. H. Hutchinson. R. Art. 

T. N. Woo<lall, h.p. 57 P.,S.O. of Pens. P. G. Ravenhill, R. Art. 
p.i.c. W. H. KniKht, h. p. 48 F.A$ai$t.\j. P. D. Donnelly, R. Eng. 

Adj. 4r Q.M. Qen. Dover. A. de C. Scott, R. Eng. 

W. H. Mackesy, Bengal S. C. 

M. M. Preiiderffast, Bengal S. C. 
C. V. Conway-Gordon, Bengal S.C, 

S.t.e. P. D. \iffors, 19P. ^ „. 

. E. Hnr\'ey, h.p. 41 P. 8. O. of Pens. ».#.c. F. T. A. Law, CB. R, Art 
T. £. Green, h.p. Mil. Train. -M. P. Downes, R. Art 



VC A. P. Pickard,C5.R. Art. 8 Feb. 

Valentine Ryan, 64 F 16 Feb. 

L. 8. Warren, 65 F x6 Feb. 

Son. E. E. T. Boscawen, 
Coldst Guards x6 Feb. 

G.S. Hawthorn, Bombay S.C. ao Feb. 

Hon. J.H. Fraser, Bengal S.C. ao Feb. 

T. Kettlewell, Bombay S. C. 20 Feb. 

W. Robertson, Madras S. C. 20 Feb. 

J. P. Betty, R. Art. 20 Fob. 

|B. H. R. Chamben, Mad. S.C. 26 Feb. 

Howell Davis, 29 F 2 Mar. 

H. P. Eaton, Gren. Guards... 2 Mar. 

ITC H. G. Moore, 93 P 9 Mar. 

Wm. Daunt, 9 P x8 Mar. 

J. O. Hasted, R. Eng. x8 Mar. 

A. Noblett, h.p.'x'8 P P. C. Trent, 48 F ao Mar. 

T. G. O'D. Hervey, h.p. Ceylon Rifles. C. K. M. Walter. Bengal S.C. 20 Mar. 

J. E. A. Mackintosh, h.p. X09 F. .P. W. Thomas, R. Mar i Apr. 

W. N. Watts, X P. I W.E.Montgomery, Scots Gds. 2 Apr. 

Adrian Bennett, 7 P. 1 A. P. Gamett, xi Hussara 3 Apr. 

Sheffield Grace, h.p. 68 F 1 J. S. Ferguson. 2 Life Gds. ... xo Apr. 



P-J 
D. 8. Warren, X4 F. 
H. Thomhill, R. Art. 
A. T. G. Pearae. R Art 
'T. P. Carey, R. Art. 



L. A. Hale, h.p. R. Eng. 
' J. E. Rttck-Keene, R. Art. 
lH.W. H. D.Dumaresq, R. Eng. 
A. R. Lempriere, R. £ng. 



X I Apr. 
J. K. Holdsworth. R. Art. ... 17 Apr. 

G. P. Woraley, R. Art x? Apr. 

Lord E. W.P. Clinton,Rifle Br. ao Apr. 
P. E. V. Gilbert, CB. X3 P.... i May 

E. B. Wake, ax Hussars x May 

W. J. Hales, h.p. xo F 2 May 

C. M. Clarke. CB. 57 P 7 May 

G. Newmarch, R. Eng x Jane 

W. P. Otway, Coldst Gds. ... 4 June 
W. Musgrave, Bengal S.O.... xx June 
H. St M. Wynch, Madras S.C. xa June 

I C. Jameson, Bombay S.C 12 June 

Ip.W.Bannerxnan, Bom.S. C. 13 June j 
IP. J. T. Ross, Bombay S.C. . 13 June 
,E. R. C. Wilcox, Bengal S.C, X3 June 
I W. A. Gillespie, Bombay S.C. 13 June 
I H.R.B. Woraley, Bengal S.C. 13 June 1 

R. Griffith, Madras S.C 13 June 

l£. Y. Waloott, Bengal B.C.... ao June 



Liewtenani Colonels, 



' A.M'L.Stewsrt, BeDg»l S.C. ao Jane John M. Leitb, 79 F 

I J. G. Hu^new, 5 P x July C. H. Browne, 97 P 

r i.f. B. Grant, B. Bug i July D. J. Welah, B. Art. 

T. S. Hant, Hadns S. C. ... 6 JtUy iH. O. Hitchins. B. Art. 

5. H. Stewmrd, B. Bug 14 Ju^ J. Stewart, B. Art. 

6. 6. Crispin, Bombay 8. C. m July E. L. HawkinB, B. Art 

C J. Stoart, Madras S. G. ... 20 Jaly W. B. Cumberland, B. Art. ... 

rCJ.C.C. Daunt,B€ngal S.C. ao July J. Bitchie, B. Art 

W.D. B. Tfaackwell, 38 F. ... 22 July C. Hunter, B. Art. 

J. T.Bushby, Bengals. C... 10 Aug. G. B. TraiU, B. Art 

J.;. BosweD, Bengal S.C... loAug.'C. H. Barnes, B. Art 

H. K. WaUer. Benjral S. C... xo Aug. T. P. Berthon, B. Art 

P. Pocklington, 5 F 15 Aug.. P. H. Harcourt, B. Art 

T.Starke, 15 P ao Aug. M. Elliot. B. Art 

H-Trndall, CB. Bengal S. C. ao Aug.i J. G. Lindsay, B. Eng 

W.lLFnzer. Madras S.C... 70 Aug.lC. E. Newport, B. Art 

J J. CoQina, 60 F az Ang.| J. U. B. Champain. B. Eng.... 

> ■ J. Cotes, Gren. Gds 21 Aug. W. H. Burton, B. En 

Wm.Sterens,h.p. aV.MUUtuy B. C B. Pemberton, 

iM^tfWimdavr 23 Aug.,B. Home, B. Bi 

StJ.WUlans. 36 P 24 Aug. W. JeflVeys, B„ _ 

H.J.L. Brace, Coldst. Gds. 34 Aug.lB. H. Mathew, B. 

B. Saaith. Bengal S. C 26 Aug.iD. Ward, B. Eng. 

i S. Cunon, h.p. Gold Coast JB. P. Gambler, B. Eng, 

Art. Corps, S. O. of Pens.... 29 Aag.'B. B. Franks, B. Art. 
X. M. Procter, Bengal S. C. 31 Aug. B. Aislabie, B. Art. 




T P. Cosby. 14 P a Sept. 

T. S K. Slaney, Gren. Gds. 8 Sept. 
fix T. Gonne, 17 Lancers... 14 Sept 
C. C. Gnntham, h.p. 89 P.... 16 Sept. 

F Aaen, Bengal S. C 20 Sept. 

E F. H. Armstrong, Madras 

_8 C 20 Sept. 

F P. Bart]K>lomew,Bom. S.C ao Sept. 
J.Boberu, Bengal S.C 27 Sept 

ofPeuionerB a Oct 

V.G.Wuaileid,C5/.Bengal 

>C. 3 Oct 

i.KM. Lockwood, Coldst. 

&k_ sOct 

r P. LDsrd, Bengal 8.C 12 Oct. 

W A.p.Wyllie7B. Art. x6 0ct. 

fBnos, Bengal S.C aoOct 

J^^bwUiM 3 Not. 

*H. J. Clarke, 72 F xi Nor. 

Mr. J. North Crealock. CB. 

.»' II Nov. 

KiwdHopton, 88 F xi Nov. 

ApaJey Cherry, 00 P 11 Nov. 

A.AOir«i,88P. XI Nov. 

A-Hwnes^ CB. B. Art ix Nov. 

I Wtfitt, CMO. B.Enff XX Nov. 

5-&rfew.B.Art .^ x6Nov. 

f M.nu Gerald, B. Art. ... 27 Nov. 
J IbekcBsie, Coast Br. Art 39 Nov. 

G.R.KaBdn«on,B. Art 9 Dec. 

e A.T. Judge, Bengal S.C 9 Dec. 
w lidderdale. Madias 8. C 9 Dec. 
f&- Psekle, Madrus 8. C 9 Dec. 

f;l Cox, Madras B C xo Dec. 

f GD. LojfKi, Kadraa S.C 12 Dec. 
s. H. waKsms, Madraa S.C la Dec 

v.V.ArtBckie,R.Art 14 Dec. 

'** B9m. B. H. Primrose. 

v^-S?* «4 Deo. 

i-W.Willian, Soou Gds, ... 14 Deo. 
A T isid, Bombay S.C. ... 20 Dec. 
7> - !°^ Bombay S.C. ... so Dec. 
J^lJohnson, Madraa S.C. 20 Dec. 
< ▼.H.Johnstone, Bengal 

JC ....20 Dec. 

• U«pen, Madras S.C ao Dec. 

iC Hay. Madras 8.C 2oDec. 

*•■ w. Bmythe, xooP. 22 Dec. 

'J^Pwenon. h.p. 63 P. 
'-^ R. M.ColUg€ 30 Dec. 

^J. Todd, h.p. 8 1 P. 8. O. of 
*5*«sre 3xDec 

R^™«»er8 31 Dec. 

J-f^chsster. 81 P 31 Deo. 

l'i»y?^J5F 31 Dec 

V^JF***^* ^P- Depot 
BJt 8. 0. of Pensioners ... 31 Deo. 

^ J3K«. h-p. a T.Ssermiiina 

<4^.lMrf»a 731 Dec 

V':^aHeWeA,C». a4F. |x dS 

.^'■"Moatta ^ 31 Dec. 

i^'Sffl''^^'*'' 8.0.of P. 31 Dec. 
'^' •B«id,k»w9lJF.8.0.arr. 31 Dec 



C G. Bobinson, B. Art 

1879. 

B.B.Berry,h.p.Ma.Tr 

E. H. D. Macpheraon, 93 P.... 

H. Percival, B. Art 

H. L. Jones, B. Art 

Geo. Briggs, Madras S.C 

G. E. Fryer, Madras S. C ... 
T. P.B. Walsh, Bombay S.C 
Arthur Tulloch. Bengal S. C. 
T. G. Clarke, Madras S. C ... 

A. D. Geddes, 27 P 

It. §.e. C Frankland, X03 P. ... 

J. A. Smith, X W. I. B 

J. C Lockwood, ao Hussars.. 
P.P. Porteath, Bombay S.C. 
L. J. Y. C ScarlettSeotsGds. 
G. N. Mon^, Bengal S. C ... 
A. A. Johnson, Madras S. C 
T. P. Wright. h.p. 83 P. S. O. 

ofPensTonors 

J. D. Johnstone, 107 F 

C M. S.Fairbrother, x9Hns... 

L B. Jones, Scots Guards 

A. T. Spens, Bombay S.C ... 
C S. Wmiams, B. ILir. Art... 
A. C. Welleeley, Gren.Guards 
Daniel Beere, h.p. 8 F. S. O. 

of Pensioners 

Geofhey Mairis, B. Marines.. 
C W. Wilson. CB. B. Bug. ... 

H. J. Haydook, 41 F 

C. S. B. Bamett, Bengal S.C 

T. Dawes, Bengal S. C 

George Luck, CB. 15 Hussars 
W. F. Badgley, Bengal S. 0. 

A. A. Goddard, Grreu. Guards 

E. C Griffin, B. Art 

M. L. Monokton, B. Art 

C J. Anderson, Bombay S. G. 
E. Antrobus, Gren. Guards... 
Horace BicardcGren. Guards 
Richard FitsGerald, 69 P. ... 
Frederick L^, B. Mar 

Si.e. J. Duncan, loa F 
.B. Bowley, Gren. Gds. ... 

P.B. HiU,B.Art 

Francis I^iatchbull, 9 F 

E. D. Malcolm, B. Eng 

B. J. Walker, Bengal 8. C ... 

P. C Bynd, Bengal S. C 

Eric S. Fox, Bengal S. C ... 
Jas. Galloway, Bombay 8. C 

H. T. Vacheil, B. Art 

C J. Pearse, Madras S. C ... 
p.«.c.Alex.C. Bruce, CB. 91 P. 

J. F. Sanders, B. Mar 

P. E. E. Wilson, 84 P. ..; 

C J. Moorsom, 30 F 

B. 8. Cleland, oLancers 

A. K. Bideout,B. Art 

A. W Adcook, x6F 

C B. Nurse, B. Mar. 

H. 8. Jones, B. Mar 

Charles Tucker, CB. 80 P. ... 
G. H. J. M. Chapman, 5 P. ... 

Charles P. Stokes, 4 F 

W. W. Pemberton. Mad. S.C. 

Pred. John Castio, 33 P 

rCW G.Cubitr. BeiigAl S. C 
L Ketchen, B. Art 



31 Dec 
31 Deo. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Deo. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
3x Deo. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec 
31 Dec 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 



X Jan. 

1 .Tan. 
X Jan. 

x6 Jan. 
ao Jan. 
ao Jan. 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 

26 Jan. 
29 Jan. 
a9 Jan. 
a9 Jan. 
xa Feb. 
aoFeb. 
34 Feb. 

4 Mar. 

14 Mar. 

xsMar. 

15 Mar. 
15 Mar. 
15 Mar. 
aoMar. 
a4Mar. 

5 Apr. 

13 Apr. 
13 Apr. 

19 Apr. 
37 Apr. 
a8 Apr. 
a8 Apr. 

5 May 
XI May 

17 May 

20 May 
24 May 
24 May 

4 June 
4 June 
7 June 

7 June 

8 June 
II June 
II June 
IX June 
XI June 
IX June 
It June 

18 June 

20 June 

21 June 
21 June 
24 June 
87 June 

27 June 
27 June 

2 July 
5 July 
7 July 

9 July 

10 July 

1 1 July 
13 July 
2 < Jnly 
26 Ju'y 

2 AUjj. 



Wm. P. P. Gk>rdon, 63 P 

8. B. Kekewich, h.p. 83 F, 
S. O. of Pensioners 

Wm. Hill, Madras 6. G 

J. C Minto, Bengal S.C 

A. W. Lucas. ICQ P 

H. M'D.de W. Douglas. Ben- 
gal 8. C 

C J. Hope«Jobnstone, B.Art. 

H. Phlllippe, Bombay 8. C... 

C. J. Jennmgs. Madras S. C. 
CH.Fresson, h.p. 21 F. S.O. 

ofPensioners 

C A. L. de Montmorency, R. 
Eng 

F. Bteson, 3 F 

A. G. Mayne, Bombay 8. C. 
E. H. Baker, B. Art 

B. G. Humftey, B. Art 

G. C Grant, Bombay S.C. ... 
P. D. Boyle, Gren. Guards ... 

M. J. Wheatley, B. Eng 

B. J. C Marter, i Dr. Gds.... 

D. Maodonald, Bengal S.C. 
J. Bartleman, Bengal S.C. ... 

A. H. Tucker, 68 P. 

E. C Sim, B. Eng 

B. B. Bimington, B. Eng. ... 

E. B. C. Bradford, .CSI. 
Madras S.C 

H. G. B. Somerset. h.p. 38 F. 

Maior and Adj. Jtngf 

V€ f. W. Chaplin, 8 Hussar 4 

F. G. B. Curtis, 6 Dragoons... 

iCecil M'Pherson, 17 F 

0. W. Wilson, B. Art 

G. E. L. 8. Sanford, B. Eng. 
C S. Maclean, Bengal S.C... 

A. H. A. Gordon, 65 F 

J.W.M'Queen,CB.Bengal S.C 
H. CB.Tanner, Bombay S.C 
P. J. Keen, CB. Bengal S.C 
H. P. Blair, B. Eng 

B. Williams. Bengal S.C 

H. CoUett, Bengal S.C 

B. B. P. P. CampbftU, Bengal 

8.0 

Son. A. Stewart, B. Art.. 
B. A. Wauohope, Bengal S.C. 
A. FitsHugh, Bengal S.C. ... 
V(KQ. N.Channer,BengalS.C. 

E. A. Wood, 10 Hussars 

H. Chapman, Bengal S.C. ... 
G. Stewart, Ben^ S.C 

F. T. Humfrey, Bombay 8.C. 

p.9.e. G. Hatchell, 60 F. 

A. P. Palmer, Bengal 8.0. ... 

8. Parry, B. Art 

C A. Sun, B. Eng. 



:e. G. U. Prior, 100 F. .. 

. ^S F 

W. M. Campbell, B. Eng.. 



V 



Galbralth, 8^ F. 



A. G. Boss, Bengal S.C. 

G. B. Wolseley, 65 F 

T. M. Hazlerigg, B. Art 

C L. Woodmffe, Bengal S.C 
W. Luckhardt, Bombay S.C 
p.i.e. E. F. Chapman, B. Art. 

B. Lovett, Cai. B. Bug 

J. M. Elliott, 4 F 

W. D. Bond, 58 F 

B. J. Tremlett, B. Art 

ITff B. M. Bogers, 90 F 

A. G. Haslerigg, 21 P 

p.«.o. C W. Bobinson, Bifle 

Brigade 

J. C Russell, 12 Lancers 

p.9.e. W. L. Dalrymple. 88 P. 

B. W. C Winsloe, 21 P 

W. M. Dxmbar, 24 F 

p.§.e. 8. Boulderson, 17 Lane. 

F. S. Le Grice, B. Art 

A. C Twentyznan, 4 F 

,9.e. E. L. England, 13 F. ... 

'.. H. Hackett, 90 F 

B^C W. K. Leet, 13 F 

.*.c. H. M. Bengougb, 77 F, 

J. J. Moysey, B. Eng 

J. P. Owen, B. Art 

J. W. HuskissoD, 36 F 

p.*.c. A. L. Walker, 99 P 

p.'.e. Cornelius Francis Clery, 

h.p. 32F 

p.9.e. M. W. E. Gosset, 54 P.. . 

F.W. Grenfell, 60 P 

F. Carrinsrton. 24 F 

A. Tufn^ll, 60 Rides 

\y. 1). Chnpman, h.p. 18 F. 
. S O. o: reiiaioiicrs 



13 

6 Aug. 

z I Aug. 
xs Aug. 

19 Aug. 
ao Aug. 

29 Aug. 
10 Sept. 
10 Sept 
xo Sept. 

13 Sept. 

13 Sept. 
18 Sept. 
ao Sept. 
27 Sept 

4 <'Ct 

4 Oct 
IX Oct 
J 2 Oct 
IS Oct 
ao Oct. 

20 Oct. 
29 Oct 

3 Nov. 
9 Nov. 

13 Nov. 

14 Nov. 
1 4 Nov. 
17 Nov. 

20 Nov. 
2a Nijv. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 

22 Nov, 

21 Nov. 
aa Nov, 
aa Nov. 
32 Nov. 

22 Nov. 

22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
32 Nov. 
2a Nov. 

22 Nov. 

22 Nov. 

92 Nov. 

a2 Nov. 
2s Nov. 
aa Nov. 
aa Nov. 

23 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 

22 Nov. 

23 Nnv. 

22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 

22 Nov. 

2a Nov, 

23 Nov. 
22 Nov. 

29 Nov. 
79 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 

29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 NoV. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
39 Nov. 
a) Nov. 
39 Nov. 
29 Nov. 

29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 

29 Nov. 

30 Nov. 



M 

J. Sconce. Benfiral 8.C 9 Deo. 

B. A. Mallock, Ben^l S.C.. 9 Dec. 
G. L. Warden, Bombay S.C. 9 Dec. 
W. P. Dlcken. Madras S.C... 9 Dec. 

T. Weldon, Madras S.C 9 Dec. 

W. Hay, Madras S.C 10 Dec. 

F. P. Rowcroft, Bengal S.C. 10 Dec. 
H. De Brett. Bengal S.C. ... 10 Dec. 
T. Obbord, Madras S.C 10 Den. 

C. W. Street, Madras S.C ... 10 Dec. 

G. S. Stevens, Bombay S.C. 10 Deo. 
W. R. M. Holroyd, Ben. S.C. lo Doc. 
J. G. Watts, Bombay S.C. ... 10 Doc. 
T. L. Fraser, Bombay S.C... 10 Dec. 
H. I. Lngard, Madras S.C... 14 Dec. 

R. A- Cole, Madras S.C 14 Deo 

A. Balmer. Madras S.C 14 Dec 

J. K. Clnbley. Madras S.C. 14 Dec. 

P. G. L. Smith 

H. L. A.Tottenham,Ben.S.C. 
H. C. P. Rice, Bengal S.C... 
J.M. H. Maitland 



Lieutenant GohneU — Majors. 

C. W. Carrington, li.p. R. Mar. 
Barrack MaaUr ai Porfa- 

mmUh ....>, .......< 5'Jiily 

John Wiiidnson, h.p. 80 F.... 5 July 

Wm. Henry Hingesion, 58 P. 5 July 

Charles Hereford, 19 P 5 J^ly 

Frod. Stephen Terry, 35 P. 5 July 
J. K. D. Mackenzie. 86 P. ... 5 July 
G. W. Northey, h.p. Dis- 
charge Depot 5 July B 

Jnrocs Goldie, 6 Dr. Gds. ... 5 July 

Montgomery Williams, xoo P. 5 July 

F. H. A. Seymour, Rifle Br. 5 July 

John Edward Allen, 79 P. ... 5 July 



George Bayley, 31 P 5 July 

F. W. de Winton, R. Art. ... 5 July 

'B. P. Schroiber, R. Art s July 

^vv. M. Tweedie, R. Art. 5 July 

Doc. |W. R. Lluellyn, R. Art. 5 July 



H. J. Thornton, R. Art s Nov. 

M. H. C. B.St9inxc«n» l^.p. .^^ 

Art „.... 2 Kov. 

H. W. Stockley. E. Art. 23 Nov. 

H. Chichester. R. Art. 93 Nov. 

D. S. Bemberton, R. Art. ... 33 Nov. 

W Tt TfArtt^r. R. AH. 23 Nov. 

G >: \f;iu]e, R. Art...» xi Dec. 

\^ 1) I sirey. a. Art...., it Dec. 

Htiijie, R. Art 11 Dec. 



T. 



1IAJ0R8. 
1830. 
^ W. H. Hartman, Unatt. 

1838. 
Geo. Montagu, Unatt 

1840. 
J. B. Gastieau, h.p. R. Mar..., 

1864. 
John K. Mackenzie* Unatt.. . 
W. C.FwcoKN^Avonmore,h.p. 

R.Art 

1878. 
R. H. Lewis, h.p. ao P. S. O. 

ofPensioners 

J.PitzThoma8Shadwell,23 F. 
Geo. Perceval Beamish, 36 F. 
Edward Wm. Saunders, 14 P. 
C. H. Chichester, 5 Lancers 

PhiUp PitzRoy, 5 P 

Montague Browne, h.p. 24 P. 

B. O. ofPensioners 

C. W. M'Niell, h.p. Mil. Tr. 

8. O. ofPensioners 

John P. Campbell, 30 P 

John Henry Kirke, h.p. 19 P. 

B. S. Robinson, 89 P 

Edw. Abbot Anderson, 18 P. 
Geo. Henry Cochrane, 8 P. ... 
John James S. O'Neill, 20 P. 
John L. Moore, h.p. 34 F. 

S. O. of Pensioners 

C. E. Stirling, h.p. R. Art ... 
James Murray Straton, 47 P. 

Wm. H. Rowland, 55 P 

Wm. S. Richardson, 46 P. ... 
G. C. Bartholomew, zoo F. ... 

Geo. Fred- Gildea, 21 P 

C. H. Roddy, h.p. Cevlon R. 

Porster Longfleld, 8 F. 

Edward Marcon, 12 P 

J. P. Henley, h p. Rifle Br... 

A. A. Le Mesurier, 14 F 

John H. Sharpe, h.p. 55 P.... 
Pra. John Green, h.p. 58 P.. . 
Edwin John Oldfleld, 5 P. ... 
Arthur Evelyn Pyler, 50 F. 
Fred. B. Sand with, 10 P. ... 

J. L.Clarke, h.p. R. Art 

F. L. H. Lyon, h.p. R. Art... 

Henry C. Vibart, 9 P 

Aug, P. de B. Dixon, 14 P. ... 
Joseph Gates Travers, 17 P. 

Q. J. C. Roberts, 9 P 

E. R. R. Barnes, 35 F 

George Forbes, 78 F 

Robert C. Martin, hj>. 19 F. 

Recruiting Officer ^ Worettter 
John O. Vandeleur, 35 P. ... 
Matthew Holford Hale, 26 P. 

Dawson Townley, 75 F 

Richard A. Manners, i F. ... 
H. L. Searle, h.p. R. Mar. 

Art. S. O. ofPensioners ... 
Henry Wood, Rifle Br 

B. G. Charlton, h.p. 81 P. 
8. O. of Pensioners 

Alex.Charles Grant. h.p. 87 F. 

William Green. 42 F 

Lewis Blyth Hole. 6P 

Wm.C.O'ShnuL'hj.e-^sv. 12 V. 
v.fc. R. J. M:i.\vvn. -1 F. . 
Villi. Obboiiic L;.i :iiirtl, ' 6 l\ 



20 Dec, iF. G. Baylay, R. Art. 5 July 

20 Dec. N. H. Harris, R. Art 5 July 

soDec. I W. G.Martin, R. Art. 5 July 

I P. H. Sandilonds, R. Art. ... 5 July 

I E. J. Ward-Ashton, R. Art.... 5 July 

! W. B. E. Ellis. R. Art 5 July 

! V. D. Majendie, R. Art 5 July 

J. E. Blackwell. R. Art 5 July 

. 22 July Sir J. W. Campbell, Bt.R. Art. 5 July 

1^. de V. Tupper, R. Art. ... 5 July 

' J. H. Wilson, h.p. R. Eng. ... 5 July 

28 June F. A. Whinyotes. R. Art 5 July 

|F. C. Elton, R. Art 5 July 

10 Nov ^- ^ollingwood, R.Art 5 July 

|W. Rooke, R. Art. 5 July 

24 June SirW. A.Prankland,De.R.Eng. 5 July 



1B73. 
Hcnrv H. St> Lej^er, 71 P. ... 2 Jan. 

J. T. TvTi «-!?«, R. Eng 15 Jan. 

Jaiinpft Crcftjli, 17 F 19 Jan. 

C.W.Hiiw-cp.L.p.BettjjttlS.C. 13 Feb. 
GtxK K, niipim Trent. 26 P. 15 Feb. 

J T. French, h.p, 90 F 8 Mar. 

J( Am HoEiry Trinp. 76 P 8 Mar. 

R. G. TimroUi, K. Eng, S Mur. 

H. R. Frtber, R. Knx 12 Mar. 

Edw, Mitchell. R. Eag 2 Apr. 

J«ihn Gamier, R, Eng 2 Apr. 

B. W. i^liippp. R. Art 12 Apr. 

B. Snndhnm, R. Art 12 Apr. 

A. A. Stcvart, R. Art 12 Apr. 

H. T. irnmqnd, R.Art 12 Apr. 

JoLu Tilly, 23 F 14 Apr. 

Hon, R. t. DUlon, R. Art. ... 16 Apr. 

B. S. Burnett, R. Art. 16 Apr. 

P. L. BeUomy, 55 F 6 May 

R. M. Smith, R. Eng 23 May 

M. C. Morris, « P 26 May 

Wm. H. Burland, xo P i June 

Wm. NewBome, R. Eng i June 

J. J. Heywood, 61 F i Auk- 



12 Dec. 



't ?nSS5' Va?L^ f Jn\l |T- T. Simp8on;98 Foot ..... 9 Aug 

c:ET8^o5;RfA^-::::::::- f jSI? :sg-^i!;P..M^"- • i^A^i 



H. D. Pitt, R. Art, 5 July 

5 July |H* y. Wortham, R. Art. s JuLy 

5 July H. B. Manle. R. Art s July 

5 July >■»•<'. C. E. Webber, R. Eng. s July 

5 July K. R. Festing. R. Eng 5 July 

5 July O. W. Stockley, R. Eng 5 July 

5 July |J- A. Papillon, R. Eng 5 July 

•^ .W.B. Rice, R.Art 5 July 

5 July i<^. U. Knox, R. Art 5 July 

O. H. Goodenough, R. Art.... 5 July 

5 Julv i J. H. P. Anderson, R. Art. ... 5 July 

5 July )U. TuUooh, h.p. R. Eng 5 July 

5 July IH. C. Parrell, B. Art 5 July 

5 July !E. M'Laughlin, B. Art. 5 July 

5 July A. S. Hunter, R. Art. 5 July 

5 July IG. A. Crawford, R. Art. 5 July 

5 July |T. A. de Moleyns, R. Art 5 July 

J. B. Richardson, R. Art. 5 July 

5 July !w. H. Wardell. R. Art. s July 

S July |W. H. Isod, R. Art 5 July 

5 July |T. Van Straubensee* R. Art. 5 July 

5 July H. W. Shakerl^, B. Art. 5 July 

5 July B. Staveley, R. Art 5 July 

5 July H. Edmeades, R. Art. 5 July 

5 Julv J. M. Bum, R. Art. 5 July 

5 July S. J. Nicholson, R. Art 5 July 

5 July W. Smith, R. Art. 5 July 

5 July V(S: E. T. Thackeray, R. Eng. 5 July 

5 July J. G. Forbes, R. Eng 5 July 

5 July C. R. Buckle, R. Art 5 July 

5 July C. H.Luard,R. Eng 5 July 

5 July 'J. Bimey, R. Eng 5 July 

S July ]G. Swinton, R. Eng 5 July 

5 July lA. T. Mander, R. Eng 5 July 

5 Julv IJ. H. Bedford, B. Eng 5 July 

- •" W. M. Ducat, R. Eng 5 July 

|H. p. Cooper.h.p.R. Marines, 

Barrack Master at Chatham x Aug. 



5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 ' " 
5 

5 July 
5 July 



C. E. L. Bluett, 22 P 22 Aug. 

G. 8. Hills, R.Bng. 23 An^. 

C.J. Smith, R. Eng 24 Aug. 

J. Eokford, R. Eng. :. 24 Aug. 

A. M. Brandreth, R. Bug. ... 24 Aug. 

R. Q. Smyth, R. Eng 24 Aug. 

J. P. Steel, R. Eng. 24 Aug*. 

D. 0. Walker, R. Eng 25 Aug. 

H. Looook. R. Bag 25 Aug. 

F. Hime, R. Eng 25 Aui^. 

W. Keith, R. Eng 25 Aug. 

G. L. 0. Merewether, R.Eng, 35 Aug. 

P. Phelps, R. Eng : 25 Aug. 

P. B. Mainguv, R. Eng 26 Au|;. 

H. F. 0. Lewin, R. Bug 26 Aug. 

A. G. Dnmford, R. Bng 26 Aug. 

M. Lambert, R.Eng 26 Aug. 

W. Balfe, XX Hussars 29 Aug. 

T, R. Ryan, R. Art i Sept- 

R. L. Dashwood, 15 F 22 Sept- 

W. P. Gumey, 91 F. 28 Sept- 

C. Ashbumham, 60 Rifles ... 18 Oct. 

A. M. Rawlins, R. Art 29 Oct. 

Edw. Feneran, 48 F 6 Dec. 

E. P. S. Lloyd, R. Eng 10 Dec. 

H. R. Mead, R. Eng ix Dec 

H. Smalley, R. Eng 11 Dec. 

H. D. Crosier, R.Eiig it Dec. 

H, S. Palmer, R. Eng 11 Dec. 

Robert Barton, R. Eng ix Dec. 

Roberto. Jones, R. Eng. ... zi Dec. 

V. G. Clayton, R. Eng 11 Dec. 

P. J. Smith, R. Bng 11 Dec. 

T. P. Dowden, R. Eng it Dec. 

A. C. Nightingale, 93 F 14 Dec. 

FitsRoy S. Talbot, R. Art.... 17 Dec. 

G. S. White, 92 F 24 Dec. 

R. K. Gibb. h.p. i W. I. R... 24 Dec. 



July JtarracK Maerer an^iUKnam x Aug. |r . Tiirhe c/P 20 Dfto 

iZ [0. k S^^fi:^:::::::::::: \ iZ h'- '<"» '^''^' ' ^ ^' °-<^ 



jP. V. Eyre, R. Art i Aug. 

A. H. Davidson, R. Art i Aug. 

S. Penny, R. Art. x Aug. 

5 July E. H. Courtney, R. Eng. ... 3 Aug. 
5 July R. M. P. Sandford. R. Bng. 3 Aug. 

5 July R. Bullen, R. Bng 3 Aug. 

5 July H. H. Jones, R. Eng 4 Aug. 

5 July W. Newman, R. Art 13 Aug. 

C. N. Judge, R. Eng 20 Aug. 

5 July W. H. B. Kingslev, 67 P. ... ax Aug. 
5 July A. T. Storer, K. Eng 27 Aug. 

W. H. Collins, R. Eng 29 Aug. 

5 July G. F. Blackwood, R. Art. ... xi Sept. 
5 July H. Thompson, Bengal B. C. xx Sept. 
5 July C. E. Bates, Bengal B. C. ... xx Sept. 

5 Julv l'\ K. Lowes, R. Art 21 Sept. 

5 .Inl'v iH. Smithctt, R. Art 25 Sept. 

5 JvAy M'hr.gi. Clitherow Gore, 83 P. 6 Oct. 
5 July C. E. Nr.irc?, n. Art 2 Nov. 



1871 

T. B. Strong, Bombi^ S.C. 4 Jan. 

M. W. Hyslop, xoi P 6 Jan. 

G. J. Hamilton, 26 F 6 Jan. 

A. J. Ford, h.p. i F 7 Jan, 

G. P. Graham, Bengal S.C... 14 Jan. 

A. Copland, Bengal S.C 24 Jan. 

D.W.Laughton,MadrasS.C. 14 Jan. 
J. P. Sweeney, h.p. 83 P. 

Staff Officer of Pensioners 26 Jan. 
P. J. Hicks, Madras S.C. ... x Feb. 

Francis Duncan, R. Art 4 Fob. 

p.a.c. J. Rvder01iver,R. Art 4 Feb. 
James P. Morgan, R. Art... 4 Feb. 

G. G. Haimen, R. Art 4 Feb. 

Arthur Ford, R. Art 4 Feb. 

Alex. Walker, R. Art 4 Feb. 

Alford Dixon, B. Art 4 Feb. 



Edw. Hut Dyke, B. Alt. 4 Feb. 

Anaon &w)&U)d, R. Art 4 V,eb, 

B. 8. BoberUon, Bengal B.C. 4 Feb. 
H.lCS.Glairke,MadTa8 8.0. 4 Feb. 
G. B. Heimeasy.BengalS.G. 4 Feb. 
K.C. Pe?reMi,BengtdS.C... 4 Feb. 
8.P.3C'OiaiTTay. Bombib^S.C.4 Fob. 

C. H. Plovden. Madras 8.C. 14 Feb. 

Besmald Whittixw, S F soPeb. 

Bidiard Sadlcir, B. Art ao Feb. 

G.S.B.Hewet8on.MadraBS.G. ao Feb. 

A. Dnraod, Bombay S.G aoFeb. 

J. If. B<^d, Bombay S.C. ... 90 Feb. 
H. D. B. W. Chester, Bengal 

8.C * ao Fob. 

J. B. Beid, Madras 8.0 ao Feb. 

J. N. B.Hewett, Bengal S.C. 4 Mar. 

Wmu B. Barloir, B. Art xz Mar. 

BobextC. Smith, B. Art xi Mar. 

Cbuiee D. ChaLmeTB,B.Art. zi Mar. 
8. P. Lynaa, B. Art. zi Mar. 

A. Le Meanrier, B. Eng. ... 13 Mar. 

W. MAtxfznan, B Eng xsMar. 

JaHna Barras, Bombay B.C. 14 Mar. 
T. N. Walker, Bengal 8.0... 14 Mar. 
C. H. Grace, Madras 8.0. ... X4 Mar. 

B. T. O'BeiUy, Madras 8.G. 24 Mar. 
K. 6. Henderson, 60 Bifles.. 27 Mar. 



Majors. 14a 

T. John, 46 F 8 July \p.i.c.W.n. Lascelles.RffleBr. xo Mar. 

8, Bimington, Bombay S.C. ao July J. a. H. Algar,-6o Bifles lo Mar. 

B. 0. Budd, Madras S. G. ... ao July p.«.c. c. A. Gorham, B. Art. 10 Mar. 

Henry Qillett, 13 F ai July W. H. Graham, B. Art xoMar. 

H. M. Thompson, 8a P 23 July w. M. Dickinson, Mad. S.G... 15 Mar. 

W. B. Holmes, R. Bng 23 July G. A. Munro. Bengal S.C. ... 17 Mar. 

J. D. ^son-Laurie, 34 F. ... 1 Aug. T. £. Guthrie, Madnas S.C... 17 Mar. 

G. G. H. Fulton, Bom. S.C... 4 A.ug. B F. Firth, Bengal S.G 17 Mar. 

W. W. Hume, Bengal S. G... 5 Aug. F. J.N.Maokenzie,Bengal8.C. 17 Mar. 
W. Blenkinaop, h. p. 3 D'- p.B.Newmarch,BengalS.C. 17 Mar. 

Gds., Cavalrjf Depot la Aug. G. M'Inroy, Madras S.G. ... 17 Mar. 

E. M. Forbes, h.p. 2 W.I.H, xa Aug. F. W. Boifeau, Bengal S.G... 20 Mar. 

A. Straghan, 74F 13 Aug. A. O'H. Clay, Madras S.C... aoMar. 

J. N. Wilson. Madras S. C. ao Aug. :' ^ 



Gra&tan, 35 F 28 Mar. 

b.j). 89 F.S.O.of P. x Apr. 



X Apr. 
X Apr. 
J Apr. 
z Apr. 



p^.e. G. K. &aw, 68 F x Apr. 

B. K. Bayly, 42 F x Apr. 

G. A. Fnzae, 42 F z Apr. 

A. A. Davidson, Madras S.C. z Apr. 

D. Korth,47F 1 Apr. 

H. C. Seddon, B. Eng z Apr. 

P^e. Alex. W.Duncan, B.Art z Apr. 

ISdw. J. Briaooe, 20 F 1 Apr. 

J. F. Greaae, B Mar. Art. ... z Apr. 
W. W. AUnntt, B. Marines . 
W. E. Deapaxd, B Marines . 
u. e.F.S. Bnssell, 14 Hussars 

H. F. Hntton, 23 F 

Parry Lambert, B. Eng x Apr. 

John M. VNeQe, B. Eng. ... z Apr. 
C.CSJIoneriefrCSAB^g. x Apr. 
Keith A. Jopp, B. Eng_.. ... x Apr. 
«^.c. C. J. Bnraett, is F. ... z Apr. 
W.A.T.Helden,C2fff.xooF. lApr. 

Wm. Fowler, 47 P x Apr. 

rc W. F. Batler, CB. h.p. 
6iir,A. A.^ Q. jr. Q*n. 

CmfB ^ Good Mepe.,i,^, • :z Apr. 

A. A. Godwin, X03 F. ..;. z Apr. 

C J. Bromhead, 24 F 1 Apr. 

fL 0.e. R. W. T. Gordon, 93 F. z Apr^ 
fLM,e. U9m. H. J* L.Wood, 22 

z Apr. 

4 Apr, 

4 Apr. 

4 Apr. 

4 Apr. 

4 Apr. 



G.W.C. P1owdexi,Bengal8.C. 
i.H.Ugird,lL.p.Bombay S.C. 
H. W. Haaria. Bomli^S. C. 
G. W. H. Hoggaa, Ben. S.G. 
Cbuies Maiit» B Bng. ...... 

J. W. Haaeell, z F. 14 Apr. 

C. E. Stawart, Bengal S. G. Z4 Apr; 
AJLW.8amsQn.h.p.xW.LB. xs Apr. 
rc T. Cadell, Bengal S. C. x7Apr. 

B B. P. Donui, <oF z8 Apr. 

BW.GOTdon* Bengal S.C... 6 May 

W. B. G. Cleaiber, 47 F zo May 

B CoacTOft, Bengal S. C. ... 15 May 

JL L Artamaon, 18 F 23 May 

C. T. BimbiuT, Bxfle Br 28 3Iay 

J. WiDiamaon, 23 F. 30 May 

F H. Thoinpaon, Mad. B G. 8 June 
G A. A. Baker. Bexigal S.C. 8 June 

T. J. Ben, SCadrasSTc 8 June 

J. C. GYumlner. MadnuB S. C. 9 June 
L G. Brown, Bombay 8. G.. 9 June 
H. M. Bepton, Beng^ S. O.. 9 June 
«'. B4nrlaadann, Madras S.G. 9 June 
F Wheeler, Bengal 8. C. ... 9 June 
JW.CHenderaon, Mad.8.C. 9 June 
Herbert Chaa. Patton, 22 F. xo June 
Sdw. M. Beadon. 85 F zoJune 

E. 3. Berkeley, Madras S.G. xo June 
W.I«.K.XByvett,MadrasS.C. zoJnne 
S.W.B.8heraian,Mad.S.G. xojnne 

B. H. Pneatem, Madras 8. G. xo June 

F. B Boooa, Madraa 8. C... xo June 
J. npeertoB, Bengal S.C... xoJune 
rCtt.C.T.Jan«tt3en.S.C. zo June 

xoJune 
20 June 
27 June 

,oP. 29 June 

L.O.A.A.<toOatt(HB.:irt. iJnly 

C. Ti wrt^, B. Ajfk.^^... xJuly 

F. A. nmhWui, Jfc.p.96 F. ... 8 July 



Geo. Mnrny. Madiaa 8. C. 
roialfadnaila. Mad. 8. C. 



PBBaaigH>,a8 
M.daUra.G.A 



O. Mensies, Bengal S. G. ... 36 Aug. 
W. G. Trevor, Bombay S. G. 31 Aug. 
J.W.Watson, Bombay S.G. 4 Sept. 
B. D. H. Vibart. Bengal B. G. 4 Sept. 
W. P. La Touche, Bom. S. C. 6 Sept. 
W. Btoddart, Madras S. C... xa Sept. 

F. E. West, Madras S. G. .., xa Sept 
J. W.O*Dowda, Bengal S.G. xa Sept. 
W. 8. Bailey, Madras S. G. 19 Sept. 

E. G. Jenkins, Bombay S.G. ao Sept. 
BF.H.Macgregor,h.p. Mil. 

Train, S. 0. of Pensioners 7 Get. 

0. J. Home, x6 F xo Oct. 

St.Geo. Gaulfefld. Mad. S.G. ao Oct. 
B. H. Phelips, Madras S.G. 20 Oct. 

H. G. Lewes. B.Art 3x Oct. 

Edward Birch, xx P ax Nov. 

John Cobb, h/p.B Marines, 

Paffma»Ur,Port9moutkJHo. 25 Nov. 

G. G. Slade. Rifle Br z Dec. 

F. W. B Clements, B. Eng. a Dec. 
W. J. L. Milligan, h.p. m\, 

Tr. S.O. of Pensioners ... 5 Dec. 
R. Houghton, Madras S. C. 9 Dec. 

A. Vivian, Bengal 8. C 9 Dec. 

A. J. Vibart, Bombay S. C. q Dec. 

A. M'Goun, Madras 8. G.... 9 I>ec. 

F. D. Harington, Ben. S. G. xo Dec. 
T.Lowndes, Madras S.G... . 10 Dec. 

B. W. Broughton,Mad.S.C. 10 Dec. 
0. W. Yonge, Bombay S.C. 10 Dec. 
R. E. Boyle, Bengal 8. C. ... xo Dec. 
J. P. Warlow, Madras S. C. xo Dec. 
Q. Tyndall, Madras S. G. ... 10 Dec. 
E. Faunce, Madras B.C. ... so Dec. 

C. W. Gampbell,BengalS.C. 20 Dec. 

G. R. Goodfellow, Bom. B.C. 23 Dec. 
N. B, Burlton, Bengal S. C. 30 Dec. 

1876. 

G. E« RenniS) 44 F x Jan. 

B. F. Angelo, Bengal S.C... 4 Jan. 
H. F.Pritobard, R. Art. ... j iwn. 

B. Yaldwyn, R. Art 7 Jan. 

W. J. Pinch, B Art t6 Jan; 

H. de G. Warter, B Art. ... z6Jan. 

G. Budd, B. Art x6 Jan. 

J. Haughton, B. Art x6 Jan. 

p.t.o.F. S. Stoney, B. Art 16 Jan. 

T. Clarke, B Art x6 Jan. 

W. Gw Brancker, B Art x6 Jan. 

D. B Cameron, CJTG.R. Art. x6 Jan. 

W. H. Noble, R. Art x6 Jan. 

G. 0'Connor,h.p. R. Art x6 Jan. 

W. Kemmis, B. Art x6 Jan. 

P. B. Baikes, R. Art. x6 Jan. 

B. D. Elliott, B Art. 16 Jan. 

H. Bond, B Art 16 Jan. 

W. M. B Walton, B Art x6 JaiL 

F. W. Ward, R. Art x6 Jan. 

S. J. Browne, Bengal S.C... 20 Jan. 
J.W.M.Anderson, JBom. S.C. 20 Jan. 
O. M. Graham, Bengal S.G... 20 Jan. 
Wm. Jacob, Bombay S.G. ... ao Jan. 

Densil Hammill, 75 F ax Jan. 

E. 8. Ostrehan, Bombay S.G. 31 Jan. 

P. Montgomerie, B Eng. 3 Feb. 

H. H. Lee, B Eng 3 Feb. 

A Stewart. Bengal S.C 4 Feb. 

P. W. Powlett, Bengal S.G... 4 Feb. 
H. B Goningham, Mad. S. C 4 Feb. 
M. P. Bicketta, Bengal S. C. 4 Feb. 

H. H. Pearson, 12 F 6 Feb. 

W. S. Macleod. Madras S. G. 6 Feb. H. A. T. Nepean, Mad. S.C. a6 Sept. 
T. Gardiner, h.p. 98 F. Be- J.Wilkinson. Z05F 29 Sept. 

ertdHng OMeer ai Cork 23 Feb. B. Bythell, Bombay S. G. ... 2 Oct. 

J. G. Campbell, X04F 25 Feb. A. G. Owen, Bengal S. C ... 4 Oct. 

J. Bawlins, 48 F 26 Feb. H. A. Lewes, Bengal S. C. ... 4 Oct. 

,. , « ^. )Liiuageu,h.p. Bombay S.C. 4 Oct. 

jC. A. Liardet, Madras S. C. 4 Oct. 
O. Barnes, Bengal S.C 4 Mar. Heniy Kerr, 7 F i90ct. 



lOL. vr XI.. yjmjf. at nut i «h> o. v>. . .. mv aluj^. 

M. Bamsay, Bengal S.G 20 Mar. 

R. C Money, Bengal S.G. ... 20 Mar. 
C B Matthews, Bengal S.C. 20 Mar. 
G. B. Fisher, Bombay S.C. a8 Mar. 

J. Gabbett, Madras 6. C 30 Mar. 

J. C Gonington, 13 F. ..., 3x MJar. 

D. H. Traill, B Eng 3Z Mar. 

A. J. Fllgate, B. Eng 31 Mar. 

H. M. Vibart. B. Eng 3X Mar. 

G. F. S. Chambers, B Art... x Apr. 

W. 8. Curson, B. Art x Apr. 

J. F. Pierson. B. Art. t Apr. 

E. W. Trevor, Bombay S.C. 4 Apr. 
H C. Wright, Madras 8. C. 4 Apr. 
T. H.B. Brooke, Madras S.C 4 Apr. 
W. H. Glements,h.p. B. Mar. 

3.0. of Pensioners 14 Apr. 

Dunlop, B. Art 14 Apr. 

E. Lyons, B. Art. 14 Apr. 

H. Parker, 15 F. 16 Apr. 

A. Hill, 34 F 16 Apr. 

H. C E.Ward, Bengal S.C ao Apr. 
J. M*D, Smith, Madras S.C 70 Apr. 

G. C. Boss, Bengal S.C 29 Apr. 

J. M. Heywood, R. Eng 3 May 

F. J. Rivers, Madras 8.0. ... 4 May 

B. H. E. KauntBe,Beng.S.C 11 May 

EL J. Hallowes, 15 F 29 May 

A. F. P. Haroourt, Ben.S.C 8 June 
C L. Baikes, Madras S.C. ... 8 June 
A. M. Phillips, Bombay S.C 8 June 
W. G. Murray, h.p. Ben. S.C 8 June 
John Jacob, Bombay S.G. ... 8 June 
James Miller, Bengal S.G. ... 8 June 

G. B. Farrlngton, Mad. S.C 9 June 
W. 0. Plant, Madras S.G. ... 9 Jmie 
E. L. Ommanney, Ben. S.C 9 June 
H. M. B. Burlton, Ben. S.G. 12 June 
PJL.VanHonirigh,Mad. S.C xajune 
H. F. deLousada, Mad. S.C. aoJune 
W. Chlshohn, Madras S.C. ... 25 Jane 
John Godson, Madras B.C... 4 July 

J. L. Bradshaw, 80 F xo July 

G. W. Borradaile, R. Art. ... 14 July 
T. W. Sanders, Bombay S.C 16 July 
A. J. Doig, Bombay S. C ... x6 July 
W. J. Seaton, Madras B. C 20 July 

G. B. B. Hobart, R. Art 24 July 

H. A. Tracey, R. Art 24 July 

H. J. F. Shea, R. Art 24 July 

R. G. W. Mltford, Ben. S.C 25 July 
0. Swinhoe, Bombay S. C ... 27 July 

John Briggs, 8a P 29 July 

T. B. Adams, 45 F 4 Aug. 

Edw. Micklem, R. Eng xa Aug. 

J. W. Hindle, Madras S.G. 20 Aug. 
C F. Moore, Madras S.G. ... 20 Aug 
W.H. King-Harman, R. Art. 21 Aug. 

T. 8. Seccombe, R. Art 21 Aug. . 

H.P.R.F.Grawfurd,2£ad.S.C z Sept. 
A. Wingfield. Madras B.C.... 4 Sept. 

R. S. Jago. Madras S.G 4 Sept. 

J.CSmyth-Windham.BArt. 8 Sept. 

W. B. R. Hall, R. Art 8 Sept. 

W.T. Budgen, R. Art 8 Sept. 

E. Broadrick, R. Art 8 Sept. 

E. Gladstone, h.p. R.M. Art. 15 Sept. 

F. T. Warburton, R. Bug.... x6 Sept. 
C D. Baynes, Madras S.C. ax Sept. 
M.D. V.T.Grant, Bom. S.G. ai Sept. 

A. C Davidson, R. Art ax Sept. 

J. Lawson, 59 F 22 Sept. 

.«.c. A. L. Emerson, a8 F. ... aa Sept. 
\ Weldon. Madras S. C ... 26 Sept. 



C M. Moberly, Madras B.C.. 4 Mar. 

G. A. Way, Bengal S.C 4 Mar. 

E. C. Ross, Bon^y S.C 7 Mar. 



H. G. Saunders, Bengal S. C 20 Oct. 

JosiasDuim, 89 F 21 Oct. 

H. Waring, 2 F 23 Oct. 



H. S. Stabb, 33 F 8 Mar.iE. L. Hercy. aP 23 Oct 



I4& 

C.O.L.Prend«rgMt, Bon.S.C. 23 Oct. 
W. W. Murdoch, R. Art 28 Oct 

B. D. Tarleton. R. Art ag Oct. 

J. M'MulliB, Madras 8. C. ... 16 Nov. 

H. P. Darwall, R. Art 17 Nov. 

R. ThompBon, R. Eng 20 Nov. 

S. Crosier, 43 F 1 Dec. 

C. S. Blair, Madraa S. G. ... 4 I>ec. 

John Blaksley, 3 P 6 Deo. 

John Liston, Bengal S. G. ... 7 Dec. 
R. H. Hudleston, Benfral 8. G. 7 Deo. 
R. M. Skinner, Bengal 8. C- 7 Doc. 
John Ewing, Madras 8. C. ... 7 Dec. 
P. P. W. Freeman, Ben. 8.C. 7 Dec. 
UCP. D. M. Brown, Ben.S.G. 8 Dec. 
W. V. P. Jacob, Bengal 8. C. 8 Dec. 
H. 8. Court, Madras 8. C. ... 8 Dec. 
R. Wheeler, Madras 8. C. .. 8 Dec. 

A. C. Havelock, Madras 8. G. 8 Dec. 

D. M'Neill, Madras 8. C 8 Dec. 

Montagu Hall, loi F 18 Dec. 

P. P. Daniell, 75 F 18 Dec. 

H. Morton, Bengal 8. G ao Dec. 

R. P. Litchfield,Madra8 8. C. 20 Dec. 
W. T. Bden, Bombay 8. G.... 20 Dec. 

B. R. Cottingham, R. Art... 23 Dec. 

1876 

J. C. Auchinleok, R. Art. ... i Jan. 

A. R. Chapman, Bengal 8.G. 4 Jan. 

B. C. Codrington, Ben. S.G. 4 Jan. 
J. P. (hunt, Bombay S.G. . . . 4 Jan. 

C. S. Kyle, R. Art. 15 Jan. 

P. C. St. John, Madras S.G. ao Jan. 

E. M. Woodcock, Bom. 8.U. 4 Feb. 
M&n. A. B. de Montmorency, 

R. Art 4 Feb. 

B. W. West, Bombay B.C. ... 7 Feb. 
Br R. G. Sandeman, ZCSI. 

Bengal S. C. 8 Feb. 

pj.e. J. H. Pawcett, h.p. x F. 9 Feb. 
W. T. Brown, Bombay 8.0. 20 Feb. 
R. S. Roberts, Madras S. C. ao Feb. 

John Foott, h.p. 3 F 27 Feb. 

J.G.Shanks,h.p.R. Marines 37 Feb. 
H. P. P. Nash, Bengal S.G. 4 Mar. 
Wm.Anderson, Madras B.C. 4 Mar. 
E. O. Morrogh, Madras B.C. 4 Mar. 
R.M. Lloyd. Bombay 8. C. 4 Mar. 

A M. Lys, Madras 8. C 4 Mar. 

E. A. Wood, Madras 8.C.... 4 Mar. 
A. Bloomfleld, Bengal 8. C. 7 Mar. 
J. O. E. Griffith, Bom. S.G. 9 Mar. 

J. Herschol, R.Bng xo Mar. 

E. P. Browne, 35 P. X7 Mar. 

E. Cunningham, Bom. 8.0. 20 Mar. 
I. P. Westmorland, R. Eng. 30 Mar. 

A. C. Padday, R. Eng 30 Mar. 

P. H. Byre, 38 P x Apr. 

J. H. Lloyd, R. Art 1 Apr. 

O. A. Russell, R. Art x Apr. 

A. Pamell, R. Eng x Apr. 

A. T. Rolland, Madras 8. C. 4 Apr. 

R. W. Sparks, 7 P 5 Apr. 

€harles Squirl, 74 P 5 Apr. 

E. B. Hutton, X Drs xoApr. 

Wm. Whitla, 10 P laApr. 

W. Bisset, R. Art 98 Apr. 

W. 8. Maunsell. R. Art 29 Apr. 

F. B. 3iiddleton, Mad. 8. C. 4 May 
E. Temple, Bensral 8. C. ... xs May 
p.t.e, G. O. Beazley, 83 P. ... 22 May 

C. C. Sargeaunt, Mad. 8. 0. 31 May 
P. J. G. Murray, 3 Dr. Gds. 3x May 

W. T. Much, 24 F X May 

T.B.8haw-UeUier,4Dr.Qd8. a June 

G. G. Young, Bengal S. C... 13 June 

P. Lance, Bengal 8. G 13 June 

H. T. Harris, Madras 8. G. 13 Jane 
C. J. Griffiths, Bengal 8. G. 13 June 
E. C. Garstin, Bengal 8. C. 13 June 

R. W. B. Dawson, x8 F 14 June 

J. 8. Tait, la Lancers 14 June 

A. PuUan, Bengal 8. G 14 June 

O. Case, Bengal 8. G 14 June 

G. 0. Udny, Bengal 8. G. ... 14 June 

L. Wavell, Bengal 8. G X4 June 

R. B. Graham, Bengal 8. G. X4 Juno 
M. J. J. Mignon, Bombay G. 14 June 
E. J. Watson, Madras 8. C. 14 June 

J..H. Knox, 14 Hussars X5 June 

J. Fitzgerald, Bengal 8. C. x6 June 

W. Livesay, 43 F 19 June 

R. W. M. Wetherell, 16 F... aa June 
0.«.tf.H.D. Farrington, jx ^* '4 J^^^o 
J. B. Smith, Bengal 8. O. ... a6 June 
T. Higginson, Madras 8. G. 76 June 
A. Cook, h.p. Madras 8. G. a6 Juno 



Majors, 

T. H. Stoton, Madras 8. 0. a6 June P. B. Roberts, R. Art 27 Feb 

N. G. Ramsay, 25 F 15 July P. H. Greig, R. Art aS Feb, 

T. R. Davidson, Bengal S.G 15 July 'J. H. Prendergast, Mad.S.O. 3 Mar. 
M. W. Ommanney, R. Art... 19 July I A. Ollivant, Bengal 8. O 



8. G. Huskisson, h.p. 80 P.. 19 July 

G. P. Kaye, ax Hussars ag July 

A L. Playfair, Bengal 8. C. 5 Aug. 

R. H. Truell, 53 F xa Aug. 

J. B. Leggett, Madras 8. C. x6 Aug. 
E. H. Thomas, Madras 8. C. 16 Aug. 
IIoH.K. W. Napier, Bengal 

Staff Corps zo Aug. 

J. Macdougall, Madras S.G. 20 Aug. 

W. 8. JerviB, loi F 33 Aug. 

C. Hayter, Madras S.G a9 Aug. 

O.B.C.8t.John,C5J.R.Bng. 39 Aug. 
G. B. Stokes, 108 F x Sept 

E. G. BattiBCOmbe, R. Art.. 1 Sept 

F. Hammond, Bengal 8.G.. 8 Sept. 
L. B. Banoe, Madras 8.C.... zo Sept 
C. Maguire, 44 P x6 Sept 

G. C. Bird, Madras B.G ao Sept 

M. Tweedie, Bombay S.G... ao Sept 
W. N. Wroughton, Madras 

Staff Corps 33 Sept 

G. Blunt, R. Eng 37 Sept 

J. 8. Nicholson, xo8 F 6 Oct. 

H. R. Thuillier, R. Eng 7 Oct. 

A. T. Praser, R. Eng 7 Oct 

8. Graves, 3 F xx Oct 

Francis Gellie, Bengal 8. G. ao Oct 
l'hos.Trueman,BomDayS.O. aoOct. 
John Jopp, Bombay 8. C... ao Oct 

J. A. Tillard, R. Art ax Oct 

John C. Hay, 9a P a8 Oct 

G. C. Hewetson, Madras 8.0. 4 Nov. 
».*.<?. H. L. Mitchell. R. Art. 9 Nov. 
J.L. Stewart, b.p. x8 Hussars ax Nov. 
De L. R. P. Wooldridge, 

Bombay S.G ax Nov. 

R. Rintoul, h.p. x6 Lancers, 

3 Surrey MilUia 34 Nov. 

J. Pennyouick, R. Eng. 8 Deo. 

William Byam, 65 F 9 Deo. 

B. W. Shaw, Madras 8. C. ... la Deo. 
A. D. Butter, Bengal 8. C. ... xa Deo. 

C. P. James, Bombay 8. C. la Deo. 
R. C. R. Glilfbrd, Bengal S.C. X3 Dec. 
H. 8. Jarrett. Bengal 8. 0. ... 13 Dec. 
L. J. H. Grey, C^i. Ben. S.C. 11 Dec. 
R. G. Jenkins, Madras 8. G. 13 Dec. 

E. Swetenham, Bengal 8. G. X3 Dec. 
W. G. Anderson, Bengal S.C. xj Dec. 
J. 8. Iredell, Bombay 8. G. X3 Dec. 

G. 8. Keith, Madras 8. C 13 Dee. 

H. M. Pratt, Bengal S. C... 13 Dec. 
C. H. Cantor, Bengal S. C... 13 Deo. 
G. A. Jacob, Bombay 8. C... X3 Dec. 
J. B. Taylor, Madras 8. C... 13 Deo. 
T. O. Underwood, Mad. S.C. Z3 Dec. 
J. A. Riohmond,Madras S.G. Z3 Deo. 
C. A Porteous, Madras 8. C. X3 Dec. 

Geo. Philips, 4 Hussars x6 Dec. 

W. B. Colvin, 7 F X9 Deo. 

H.B. Sanderson, Beng. S.G. aoDeo. 

C. O'Donel, Bengal S.C ao Dec. 

G. P. I.Graham, Beng. S.G. ao Dec. 
C. J. Gantin, Bengal 8. G. ao Deo. 
Allan Murray, Bengal 8. C. ao Dec. 
George Atkins, Bengal 8. C. ao Dec. 

F. J. 8. Adam. Bombay 8. C. ao Dec. 
C. J. O. Chambers, Mad.S.C. ao Dec. 
W. H. Wilson, Bombay S.C. ao Dec. 
8. E. R. Butler, Madras 8.0. ao Deo. 



, „ 4 Mar. 

C. P. Newport, Bombay S.C. 4 Mar. 
G. Wodehouse, Bombay S.C. 4 Mar. 
G. J. O.FiuGerald,Mad.S.C. 4 Mar. 
W.H.Yates,h.p.BombayS.C. 4 Mar. 
G. H. Oakes, Madras 8. C... 4 Mar. 
H.I. Wheler, Bengal B.C.... 6 Mar. 

W. A. Smyth, 11 F. 7 Mar. 

J. D. Bourne, 5 Dr. Gds 17 Mar. 

p.$.e. G. Salis-Sohwabe, x6 

Lanoers 17 Mar. 

H. F. H. SeweU, Mad. S. C. ao Mar. 
R. W. Hesketh, Mad. 8. C... 20 Mar. 
Q. 8. A. Jamieson. Mad. 8.... ao Mar. 
F. R. Trevor, Madras 8. C... ao Mar. 
P. B, P. White, z W. I. R.... 24 Mar. 
p.9.e. B. V. Boyle, R. Art... z Apr. 
F. H. Vanderzee, Mad. 8. C. 7 Apr. 

C. E. Reid, R. Art zoApr. 

p.9.e, A. B. Morgan, 9 F. ... 15 Apr. 
Hon. J. D. Drummond, 6 

Dr. Gds 20 Apr. 

M. J. Sexton, R. Art ao Apr. 

F. W. Grant, Bengal 8. C. ao Apr. 

F. N. M. Maynard, Ben. S.G. ao Apr. 
A P. Laughton, Mad. 8. G. ao Apr. 
J. H. Gordon, Madras 8. G. ao Apr. 

G. B. King, 37 F ai Apr. 

H. L. Bllaby, R. Art 30 Apr. 

C. Corbyn, Bengal 8. C. ' ( May 

B. Vandeleur, 5 Lanoen. ... 7 May 

T. W. Roberts, R. Art 7 May 

L. Maodonald, Bengal 8. C. 8 May 
H. B. Hanna, Bengal S.G... xa May 

A. Hogg, Bombay S. C x6 May 

G. D. A. Straker, R. Art... 94 May 

W. A Warren, R. Art 34 May 

J. H. Blaokley, R. Art 30 May 

R. 0. Drysdale, R. Art 30 May 

H. A. Burton, 14 F 3 June 

J.H. Walwyn, 33 F a Juno 

C. E. Luard, R. Eng 6 June 

Bruoe Brine, R. Eng 6 June 

H. J. Palliser, h.p. R. Art... 11 June 
W. J. Stewart, Bengal 8. C. ra June 

F. Coddingion, Bengal 8.0. za June 
W. R. Sheffield, Mad. 8. 0. xa June 
J.G.Gillmor, h.p. Bom. 8. C. la June 

G. H. P. Codrington, Bom. 
8. C Z3 June 

J. Affleck, Bombay 8. G 13 June 

M. P. Moiiarty, Ben. 8. C. Z3 June 
H. C.A. Szcsepanski, Bengal 

8. C 13 June 

8. Beckett, Bengal 8. 13 June 

T. A. Scott Bengal 8. C X3 June 

T. D. Madden, Bengal 8 C. 13 June 
J. W. Swifte, Madras 8. C. zj June 
R. V. Maiden, Bombay 8.0. 13 June 
J. Gataore, Bombay 8. G. ... Z3 June 
G. B. Blowera, Bombay 8. G. 13 June 
J. H. M. Bamett, Mad. 8. C. X3 June 
G. Mackenzie, Bombay S.C. X3 June 
P. J. Wise, Bombay 8. C. ... 13 June 

F. 8. FiUPatriok, Mad. 8. C. 13 June 
R. C. Evanson, Mad. 8. C. 13 June 

W. O. Saundera, ax F. ... X5 June 
p.B.e. A. 0. Hamilton, R. Eng. 1$ June 

G. Thomhill, R. Art 34 June 

H.de 8. Isaacson, R. Art z July 

B. G. Wace, Bengal S. C. ... z July 

P. C. Ruxton, 39 P 6 July 

K. J. W. Coghill. zo Hussars zz July 

T. M. Warren, 73 F xz July 

W. 8. Daniell, xos F zz July 

P. Kilgour, Madras 8. 0. ... zi July 

H. C. Magenis, R. Art 14 July 

Wm. Scott, Bombay 8. G. ... ao July 
W. 8. Seton, Bombay S. 0... so July 
W. F. Sandwith, Bom. 8. 0. ao July 
W. A. Battine, a Dr. Gds. ... ac July 
H. W. Webster, Bengal B.C. 36 July 
G. 8. Hills, Bengal S. C. ... 4 Aug. 

C. J. Durand, Bengal S.C... 4 Aug. 
H. G. Waterfleld, Beng. S.C. 4 Aug. 
0. T. P. Luxmoore, Mad. 8.0. 4 Auir. 
H. W. Blair, Madras 8. C... 4 Aiig. 

B. Fischer, Madras 8. G. ... 4 Aug. 
K. F. Stevenson, Mad. 8. C. 4 Aug. 
T.B.M.Glasoock.Beng.8.C. zz Aug. 
L. Blathwayt. Bengal 8. 0. zz Aug. 
P. Knowles, Bengal S.G. ... Z3 Autr. 

C. M. Stockwell,7a F zs Auir. 

C. E. Layard, ^ 



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R. H. de Montmorency, 

Bengal S.C 4 Jan. 

M. Furlong, Madras S.C 4 Jan. 

H. N. Reeves, Bombay 8. C. a Jan. 

A. Battye, Bengal 8. 6 Jan. 

T. Dayrell, Bengal S.C 6 Jan. 

D. J. D. Safford, 97 F Z7 Jan. 

G. L. K. Hewett. Bengal S.C. ao Jan. 
G. C. Gregory, Bengal 8. C. ao Jan. 
G. A Strover, Madras 8.0... ao Jan. 
Wm. Vertue, Madras 8. C... ao Jan. 
P. P. J. Toke, Bengal 8. C... aa Jan. 

A R. Seton, R. Eng 33 Jan. 

T. H. Ouchterlony, R. Art. ... 35 Jan. 

W. B. Lockhart, R. Art 39 Jan. 

G. B. Macdonell,R. Art 39 Jan. 

C. H. Ewart, Bengal 8. C... 30 Feb. 
W. E. Ghambera, Ben. 8. C.. 30 Feb. 

E. Beddy. Bengal 8. G 30 Feb. 

ircfW.F.F. Waller, Bom.S.C. 30 Feb. O. E. Layard, xs F xs Aug 

B. G. V. HoHoway, Mad.S.C. so Feb./Gharles Crawford, R. Eng... Z7 Aug. 
W. O. Foord, Madras 8. C... ao Feb. V. Birch, Bombay 8. G so Aug. 



911, 72 

'5 F, 



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B. T. H. Sampson, Bengal 
StaffConM aoAng. 

?. B. lliles, BoinlMi7 8.0. ... ao Aug. 

R. P. Daria, Bennl 8. .... aa Aug 

J. L. L. Morant, R. Eng m Aug. 

W. H. Sandham, B. Art. 34 Ang. 

f.t.e. S. O. HoUist, R. Art... 35 Aug. 

f le. G. M. Cardew, 67 F.... 39 Ang. 

Wm. Cleland, xoa F. x Sept. 

J. C. Stewart, Bengal 8. C. 4 Sept 

G. RandeU, Madras S. G. ... 4 Sept. 

*Xarq. 8. de Piro, R. Malta 
Fenc Art. 5 Sept. 

H. S. Clarke, R. Art. 6 8ept. 

T.C. Price, R. ArL xo Sept. 

J. F. F. Cologan, Ben. Staff 
Corps aoSept. 

y. Lowia, Bengal 8. C ao Sept 

W. T. Keara, Bombay B.C. ao Sept. 

H. F.. DaTidBon, 19 F. 29 Sept. 

V I.e. T. KeUjr-Kenny, 3 F. 39 Sept. 



S. J. G. Grant, 35 F.. 

C. E. Theobald, ao F 

C V. OliTer, 66 F 

BobeitCook, sx F 

;. A. Vonah, h.p. Depot 

B«a. S.O. of Pena 

E T. Bainbridf e, ax F 

r A. F. Creagh, 80 F 

Samad BTadbnme, 17 F. ... 
G. F. Stehelin, 4 F 

D. K, Evans, 6 F 

G. .L Cnnon, 3 Life Qds 

: B,Newbolt, 5 F- 

^. H. N. Johnstone, ao F.... 

F W.Hamilton, ax F 

B. F. Harrison, 5 Lanoers ... 

J B. Jackion, h.p. ax F 

Ttjffiu Mackenzie, 78 F. ... 

;. D. Bradley, 49 F 

EBBnmaby, 51 P 

-'^ G. HoTshe, 49 F. 

L a Kewbolt, 54 F 

E-L Harvest, 80 F. 

. T Beui7,66F. 

.' M TGppin,x8F 

* 4ui Radge, xo F 

f I. Hsmday, R. Mar. Art. 

• T. Green, xx P..... 

??sd. Karalake, 83 F 

.' G. Smyth, 30F 

'.' E. Hope, 25 F 

.* F. Morton, 55 F 

L W.Stone, 80 F 

>T» PerciTal, Rifle Brig.... 
V H.W. Thisilethwayte, 5 F. 

i.J.TttftieU,34F. 

lM.Gilli€»,55F. 

I • r.U J. Gin»nl,x8 Hnaaars 

1 K. Malet, t8 Hneaara 

r^RoT Stephen, Rifle Brig. 

f^ciu^r Field, 6 F 

" .'.Ji«aelyn,96 F 

;"A.B.Talloch,69F. 

; E Ff^ster. 58 F 

^fHach Shaw. x8 P 

I i K Burke, 8 Hnasars 

i- ^ N. Kington. 4 Hoeaars 

, I A. Ber^frer, xo F ...... 

j • G. Ojckbnm, 6 F 

^ aanl Johnson, 10 F 

I '^^(.'baine.b.p.xoHnfisan 

I • Pw Vacdelear, 30 F 

iHH Tjiylor, sP 

B Taadeleur, 7 P 

I • 'J. Berkeley, 47 F 

iL Aliardice, 7* P 

j . fiwketh, h p. MiL Tr. S.O. 



' L Acehinleck, 63 F 

' I^KeQT.eaP 

'» T. Ll (isnrithen, 25 P. ... 

^H.C«nipbell, 33 P 

^H Deedee, Rifle Brigade 

J J Massy, 9 P 

itDeare,74p 

15 a. E. Ridsdale. 9 F 

^'Ix? N. O. Stockwell, 10 F. 

U.nuktfleld,5iF 

I^«nt PiKoa,xo4 P. 

r^ne Fslkner. soP 

i-ffjt Mftlcolm, 34 P 

' ? bcA-d, h,p. R. Canadian 

>-l*ft. 8 O. of Pena. 

i T. Walsh, xo P..... 

!e Grand, R. Mar. 

•jTsfasm, R. Mar. 



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J. W. V. Arbuckle, B. Mar... 

A. H. Ouard, R. Mar. 

W. G. Byron, 60 F 

Thomas Tomer. 36 F 

B. A. Carey, 33 F 

P. R. Anstruther, 04 F. 

Fttzmanrice Beancnamp,7 F. 

R. T. Thompson. 56 P 

8. W. Rawlins, 69 F 

A. R. Lees, 84 F 

P. 8. Here, 39 P 

G. P. Blake, R. Mar 

pa,«, J. J. N. Bnchanan, h.p. 

5 Dr. Guards 

Fra. O'Beime, h p. 3 Dr.Gds. 
C.B.Phipps,h.p. 1 8 P.; Groom 

in Waiting to the Quten ... 

William Bally, 33 P 

F. H. Chambers, 39 F 

J. M. T. Simpson, 84 F 

Arthor Jebb, 31 P 

J. C. Douglas, 29 F 

F. B. N. Cranflird, 80 F 

J. K. Watson, 60 P. 

Edw. Everett. 79 P 

E. Molynenz. h.p. 7 Dr. Gds. 

R. J. J. Stewart, 66 F 

H. M. Lowry, 12 P. 

R. H. Dillon, 45 P 

J. B. Kersteman, xoo P. ... 
A. H. P. Barnes, R. Mar.... 
p.i.e. A. G. Wynen, 39 P. ... 
R. J. 8pofforth, h.p. 59 F. 

8.0. of Pens 

William Keough, X3 F 

W. C. S. Mair, 13 F 

P.T.Townshend, a Life Gds. 

W. C. Smith, 78 F 

P. J. Fane, 61 P. 

Theobald Burke, 18 P 

G. P. Munro, R. Mar 

A. H. H. Walsh, R. Mar. ... 
H. B. Tuson, R. Mar. Art... 

Q. H. Candy, R. Art 

P. A. Le Mesurier, R. Bng... 
C. P. Heaslop, R. Mar. Art 
G. R. T. Davidson, R. Eng... 

B. H. Melville, R. Eng 

M. C. Newall, R. Art. 

J. R. Hogg,R. Eng 

N. Q. Sturt, B. Eng. 

T. P.White, R. Eng 

C. J. O. Ferguson, R. Eng.... 

G. H. Bolland, R. Eng 

R. W. Stewart, R. Bi^r 

pa.e,W. F. M. Hutchinaon. 

R.Art 

A. T. Wodehouse, R. Art ... 

p.».e.J, P. Nolan. R. Art 

G.C. Sartorius, Bombay S.O. 

O. F. Le Mottee. R. Art 

P. P. Gallwey, R. Art 

C. H. P. Ellis, R. Art 

J. E. Gnbbins, R. Art 

T. C. Manderson, R. Eiig.... 
L. Conway-Gordon, R. £ig. 
W. R. C. Brough. R. Art ... 

T. T. Carter, R. Eng.. 

R. P. Pennefitther, 1a.Eng... 

D. V. Shortland, R. Art. 

C. W. Brereton, R. Art 

P. C. Ghivegan, 49 P 

H. H. Murray, R. Art 

C. R. Pennington, Ben. S.C. 
R.L Crawford, Bombay S.C. 
W. R. Trevelyan, Bom. S.C. 

C. A. Dodd, Bensal S.C 

W. T. Brereton, Madras S.C. 

F. G. Jackson, ax F 

J. E. Whitting, 37 P 

W. J. Prampton, 59 P 

B.W.C.H.Mmer,lKdn»S.C. 
Wm. Salmond, R. Eng 

G. 0. Girardot xo6 P 

P. L. Mathews. 2 W. L R, ... 

H. L. Powys, 52 P 

John Ward, Madras 8. 0. ... 

E. H. Cameron, R. Art 

A. R. Cmikshank, R. Art... 

J. H. Stratton, R.Art 

N. M. T. Horsford, Ben. S.C. 
W. L. Samuells, Bengal B.C. 
W. L. Koverre, Bengal B.C. 
H. W. H. Cox, Madras S.O. 

C. E. Terroc, 53 P 

J. R. D. Cooke, R. Art 

E.B.Gordon, R. Art 



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P. T. Lloyd, R. Art 34 Nov. 

J. Philips, Bombay S..* 27 Nov. 

John Caimcross, R. Mar.... 3 Dec. 
T. W. Hogf;, SengAlS.C. ... 4 Dec. 
G. M. CoUmgs, h.p. R. Eng. 5 Deo. 

G. Edwards, h.p. 17 P 8 Dec 

J. Biddulph, Bengal 8. C... 8 Dec. 
C. A. Baylay, Bengal S.C... xi Dec. 
T.R. Tabuteau, Madras S.C. xi Dec. 

Finch White, 85 P x2 Deo. 

H.W.Hastings, Madran S.C. X2 Dec. 
H. G. Pritchard, Mad. S. C. x2 Deo. 
W. H. Wilkins, Bengal S.C. X2 Dec. 
R. H. Palmer. Bengal S.C... xs Deo. 
J. Grierson, Bombay S.C... X3 Dec. 
G. R. Grylls, Bengal 8. C... xs Dec. 

E.Shaw, Madras S.G xs Dea 

A. P. Dobbs. Madras S.C... xs Deo. 
W.Coningham, Madras S.C. x2 Dec. 
G. Cbiystie. Madras S.C. ... xs Dec. 
John liiimis, Bengal S.C. ... x3 Dec. 

C. E. Maoaulay, Bengal 8.C. xs Dec. 
A. P. Orchard, Madras S.C. x^ Dec. 
p.».o.A. L*£. H. Holmes. 

Bengal 8.0 xs Dec. 

G. J. Gillies, R. Art 15 Dec. 

H.R.Spearman, Bengal S.C. 18 Dec. 
P.R.A.B.Constable.Ben.S.C. 19 Deo. 
J. D. Macpherson, Ben. S.C. 19 Dec. 
W. H. Unwin, Bengal S.C... so Dea 
H.L. Walter, Bombay a C... aoDea 
F.C.W.Drummond,Ben.S.C. so Deo. 
H. B. Jacob, Bombay S.C... so Dec. 
W. G. Sharp, Madras S.C... so Dec. 

W. J. GUlespie, 49 F ax Deo. 

J.H.R.Cruick8hank, R.Eng. ax Dec. 
J. D. Broughton, R. Mar. ... 35 Dec. 

1878. 
H. 8. y. L. Thomas-LeMar* 

chant, R. Art x Jan. 

H. P. Fhillpotts, R. Art. ... s Jan. 
A. England, lieugal S.O. ... 4 Jan. 
T. J. Cotton, Madras S.C... 4 Jan. 
Geo. Coussmakor, Bom. S.C. 4 Jan. 
Mont. Protheroe, Mad. S.C 4 Jan. 
Fras. Middlecoat Mad.S.C 4 Jan. 
H. J. Stock, Bombay S.C. 4 Jan. 
E. M. Stevenson, Mad. S.C. 4 Jan. 

H. M. Burgess, R. Art xo Jan. 

T. C Martelli, R. Art xo Jan. 

0. J. 8. Cahill, Bombay S.C. so Jan. 
E. G. D. Beagin, Mad. 8.0. ao Jan. 

W. J, Holt a P 33 Jan. 

William Herring, 37 F 33 Jan. 

V. O'Connor, h.p. 47 P 23 Jan. 

J. R. K. Tredennick, 57 P. 33 Jan. 

?.«.«. J. W. Hosier, s Drs.... 31 Jan. 
. Sheppard, s W.I. Begt s Feb. 
J. G. M'Rae, Bombay S.C3. a Feb. 
Robert Atkins. Bengal S.C. 4 Feb. 
J. R. Marett, Bengal S.C... 4 t\h 
J. C. D. Murray. E. Art. ... 6 K( b. 
Edmund Austin, Madr. S.C xs Fe b. 

David HalUday, 11 F 16 Ftb. 

C H. Saifia, 64 F 16 Feb. 

R. H. Vetch, R. Eng x6 

T. B. MicheH, Bengal S.C. 19 
H. C Marsh. Bengal S.C... so 1*. 
R. J. B. Simi son. Mad. S.C ao ^^h. 
G. J. T. Whitlock, Mad. S.C. ao Fob. 
|).«.e.H.M.]Sfoor8om, R. Art. so Feb. 
G. J. Burgmann, R. Art. ... so Feb. 
H. M. S. Magrath.Mad. S.C. 4 Mar. 
CJ.Parquhar8on,Beng.8.C. 4 Mar. 
E. H. Eyre. Madras S.C. ... 4 Mar. 

F.T. Hobson, j F xoMar. 

G.B.8impson, Bombay S.C. xx Mar. 

H. L. Gwyn, R, Art xa Mar. 

H. M. Robertson. R. Art. ... X3 Mar. 
W. A. Roberts, R. Art X3 Mar. 

D. Norton-Taylor, R.Art... 13 Mar. 
p.«.0. Wilkinson Shaw,io3 F. 18 Mar. 

8. C Clarke, R. Eng 18 Mar. 

W. K.Gray, 86 P ao Mar. 

P. R. Holmes, R. Mar 36 Mar. 

A. H. Pasooe, R. Mar 30 Mar. 

W. R. Bunbury, Beng. S.C. 31 Mar. 

L. Q. Rodney, R. Mar x Apr. 

A. D. Campbell, Bengal S.C. 4 Apr. 
J . W.A. Michell , Bengal S.C. 4 Apr. 

E. J. Wynch, Madras S.C... 4 Apr. 

J. L. Watt 64 F 6 Apr. 

William Ward. R. Art X7 Apr. 

E. N. Peters, R. Eng X7 Apr.. 

.A. P. Hamilton, R. Eng 17 Apr.. 

R- S- ^l^ft^m^^e. R. Art. X7 Apr. 



• 4^/ 

U. G. Paske. 95 F ao Apr. 

A. K. Soacomo, R.Art 23 Apr. 

W. H. Wroot, R. Mar ax Apr. 

H. C. G. Duffdale, Rifle Br... x May 
C E. Macdonald, R. Mar.... i May 

k\ W. B. Parry, aa P x May 

<?. G. Hcnthcote, 98 F a May 

R. J. MlThcc, Madras B.C. 4 May 

H. D. Bi -knell, 57 F 7 May 

A. H. Wiin.er, 41 P 8 May 

H. R. IJ.>\vll)y, 20 F XX May 

J. H. (.'r.nviiy, R. Eng aa May 

H. S. Sitwell, R. Eng aa May 

<\ A. Lvou-Campbell,R.Kng as May 
— -- - a6May 



Majors. 

H. J. Barton, Bengal S.C. a6 Oct. 

H. T. Halahan. 3 P x Nov. 

Wm. Bannatyne, 8 P 3 Nov. 

O.M.Brttd0liaw,MadraeS.C. 4 Nov. 
Vf. J. Parker, Bengal S.C. . 4 Nov. 

A. Poole, Bombay S.C xx Nov. 

p.t.e, H. Spalding, X04 F,... xx Nov. 

RuBBell U]X!her, a4 F xx Nov. 

P. W. Nixon, R. Eng xx Nov. 

J. C. Robinson, R.Art xx Nov. 

S. J. Stevons, x6 Lancers... xx Nov. 
J. L. N. Willis, Bengal S.C. X3 Nov. 
A. J. Shuttleworth, R. Art. x6 Nov. 



I Jane 
4 Juno 
8 Jane 



H. J. Nuthnll, Bengal S.C. X9 Nov. 
J. W. S. Batlor. Madras S.C. ao Nov. 
G. W. 0. Rothe, R. Art, ... a6 Nov. 
T. J. C. A. Studdy, R. Art. 97 Nov. 

C. J. Hamilton, 3 P 30 Nov. 

Hugh M'Calmor.t, 7 Has.... 30 Nov. 
p.$.c. F.C. H.Clarke, R.Art. 30 Nov. 
p.9.e. J. 0. Ardagh, CS. R. 

Eng 30 Nov. 

Henry Trotter, R. Eng. ... 30 Nov, 
Thomas Fraser, R. Eng. ... 30 Nov. 



F.L.Haleman,h.p.Mad. S.C. 
O. W. J. HaiTison, R.Bng.., 
J. Withei-s, Bombay S.C. ... 

F. G. Gvll. R. Art 

K. J. L. Mackonzie.Madr.S.Cix June 
J.W.Ma'-aouirall.MadrasS.C.xi June 
C . C. Peml ierU)u,Bombay S.C. x i Jane 
M. Olcmenti, Bengal B.C.... xx Jane 
A. J. JJannerman. Bom. S.C. xx June 

J. P. James, Madras S.C. ... xi June ^ .. 

E. S. Lock, 82 P xa June iH. S. Stewart. Madras S.C. 4 Dec. 

E. IJ. ConoUy, Bengal S.C. . la June ,B. do B. Tapper, R. Art. ... 5 Dec. 
<:. M. Pnlmer, Bengal S.C... xa June G. H. W. Ewbank, R. Art. 9 Dec. 
■O. H. Trevor, Ma^lras S.C... la June F. W. Collis, Bengal S.C... xo Dec. 
M. M. Howie, Madras S.C... xa June'W. E. Forbes, Bengal S.C. xo Dec. 
C H. A. Gower, Madras S.C. xa June ,S. S. Jacob, Bombay S.C. . xo Dec. 
M. M. Carpendale,Bom.C.S xa June 1 P. W. Major, Bombay S C. xo Dec. 
H. C. Morse, Bombay B.C.. xa JunelWm. Barron, Bengal S.C. . xx Dec. 

F. P. Worthy, Bengal S.C... xa June W. J. W. Muir, Bengal S.C. xi Dec. 
D. T. Hatchell, Madras S.C. xa June R. Smyth-Thompson, Ben- 

i\ H. Coles, Bombay B.C.... xa Jane| gal S.C xx Dec. 

W. 'i. Hnj-hcs, Madras S.C. xa June C. W. Godfrey, Bombay B.C. xx Dec. 
A.T.Woodhouae.MadraBS.C xa June Wm. Freeth, Madras S.C. xx Dec. 
A. S. Grove, Madras S.C. ... xa June jG. B. Stevens, Bengal B.C.. xx Dec. 
H. C. Dftvies, Madras S.C... xa June C. T. Lane, Bengal S.C. ... xx Dec. 
^V. C. B:»vley, Madras B.C.. xa June IE. Newbory, Bengal B.C.... xc Dec. 
<;. J. Wat'^on, Madras B.C.. xa June W. S. Brooke, Bengal S.C. 11 Dec. 

S. H. Tnocrood, R. Art 18 Jane ,0. M'Neile, Bengal S.r. ... 11 Dec. 

H. M. Eviins. Bengal S.C... ao Jane:J. M. Sym, Bengal S.C n Doc. 

<'. A. t'iniiuj?hara,Bom. S.C. ao Jane A. G.Hiindcock, Bengal S.C. xi Dec. 

J. H. ('.)llins,7oF as June R. Ballock, Madras S.C. ... xi Dec. 

J. Stevenson, 21 F ^s June C. S. Pratt, Bengal S.C 11 Dec 

R. M ('iiflord, Bengal S.C 35 June ,E.S.Lu(llow.C/J?.Mad.8.C. xx Dec. 

Ct. R. Gibbs, Bengal S.C as June ,S. M. Hay, Bombay S.C. ... xx Dec. 

"T. Tl. B. Yoimg,Madra8 S.C as JunelH. L. Nutt, Bombay B.C.... xi Dec. 
F.J.\Vronghton,Madra8S.C. 2$ June I A. W. Foord, Madras S.C . xi Dec. 



F . H . Williamson, ^o P 1 July 

W. S. Maud, R. Eng x July 

H. H. H. Hallett. Madr.S.C. 4 J^^J 
<*eori7e Johnstone, B. Mar. 5 July 
tr. V. Sivovrright, R. Eng... xx July 

H. S. Clive, R. Eng 14 July 

'C. K.Mackinnon, Beng. S.C. ao July 
W. H. Hoskins, Madras S.C. ao July 



H.A.Hammond.Madras S.C. xx Dec. 

H. Porteous, Madras B.C.... xx Doc. 

C. J. B. Harris. Madras S.C xa Dec. 

p.t.e. H. I.E. Pord, B. Art. X4 Dec. 

A. Lewis, 8 P aa Dec. 

J. H.Annand, R. Art 30 Dec. 

W. G. Cunmiing, R. Eng... 30 Dec. 

, p.».c. S. E. Orr, 94 F 31 Dec. 

fijrN.W.D.Pringle,.B<.38P. aa July IF. R. C Crofton, 86 P 31 Dec. 

W. B. Birch, Bengal B.C. ... 30 July -T, - - - 



_ _ . A. Carv, X3 F 31 Dec. 

J. Huddleston, Madras B.C. 4 Aug. j).».c. F. Cochran, 37 P 3c Dec. 

■Georu'e Logan, Bengal S.C. 4 Aug. iR. H. Rosser, 37 P 31 Dec. 

H. N. Jones, R. Art 7 Aug. lO. HoUway, 91 F 31 Dec. 

C. P. Forljes, 109 P 15 Aug. B. J. A. Monsell. h.p. 73 P. 

R. J. Watson, 29 P ao Aug. Adj. ofNeiUg Jlofpitat ... 31 Dec. 

•Oeorge Young, Bengal S.C ao Aug. G. G. Stewart, i F 31 Deo. 

M.A.Rowland8on,MadrS.C ao Aug. C. S. Perry, 9 P 31 Deo. 

M.C Poole, Madras B.C.... ao Aug. |G. P. Vesey, 43 P 31 Dec, 



v.t.e. W. L. IC. Ogilvy,6oP. ax Aug. 
W. C. Mackinnon, h.p. 3 P. 
AMitt. Adj. Oen,forMu$- 



letry, Bengal 23 Aug. 

"W. P. Blake, 4 P 34 Aug. 

A. B. Coddington, B. Eng. 34 Aug. 

Russel Skinner, 37 P 39 Aug. 

J. W. Fitzgerald, 56 P a Sept. 

A. Macintosh. R. Mar a Sept. 

Thomas Da wes.Bengal S.C. a Sept. 
Geo. Thomas, Madras B.C. a Sept. 
J. B. Slater, Bengal 8.C. ... 4 Sept. 
S. J. Wnndby, Bombay S.C. 4 Sept. 

A. B. Hepburn, Bengal S.C. 4 Sept. 
J. O. Goldie, Madras B.C.... 4 Sept. 

O. S. Hunt, 19 F x6 Sept. 

Adol. Vallings, Bengal B.C. ao Sept. 
S. E.Atkinson, Madras B.C. ao Sept. 

B. B. Faunce, Madras B.C. as Sept. 
E. Rogers, .hp. 3 W. I. R., 

S.C. of Pensioners 2 Oct. 

-0. S. Noble, Bennl 8.0. ... 4 Oct, 

C. F. Marriott, 6 Dr. Gda. . 5 Oct. 
R. E. K. Mo^ey/Bengal 8 .0. 9 Oct. 

T. Burnett, R. Art x6 Oct. 

H. S. Elton, Madras S.C. . ao Oct. 
A. D. Phelps, Madras 8.C. ao Oct. 
J. C Doveton, Madras S.C. ao Oct. 
O. H. Tillard, Madras 8.C. ao Oct. 



E. P. Ethelston, x3 P 31 Deo. 

R. Prince, 53 P 3X Deo. 

G. C. Swiney, 3a P 31 Dec. 

H.8. Howard, 37 P 31 Dec, 

T. A. Davis, R. Art 3X Dec. 

A. H. Murray, R. Art 31 Dec. 

R. P. Lowis, R. Art 3X Dec. 

J. H. Alexander, R. Art. ... 31 Dec. 
P. T. H. Taylor, R. Art ... 3X Dea 

S. Cargill, R. Art 31 Dec. 

H. Latham, R. Art 31 Deo. 

H. J. Kmaman, R. Art \t Deo. 

A. B. (ramault, R. Art. sx Deo. 

J. Charles. R. Art 31 Dec. 

H. M. Mackenzie, R. Art... 31 Deo. 

T. W. Bridges. H. Ark 31 Deo. 

T. Graham, R. Art 3X Dec. 

J. B. Walker, R. Art. 31 Deo. 

M. A. Cfaaldecott, R. Art... 31 Dec. 
P. W. M. Spring, R. Art.... 31 Deo. 

C H. Campbell, R. Art 31 Dec. 

P. J. Mortimer, R. Art 31 Dec. 

G. W. Oldham, R. Eng 3X Dec. 

H. Doveton, R. Bng 3X Deo. 

P. J. Home, R. Eng 31 Dec. 

E. L. Marryat, R. Eng 31 Dec. 

M. J. Macartney, R. JCng... 31 Dec. 

B. O. 8eton,R. Eng 31 Dec. 

A. R. Heyland, Bombay S.C. 3x Dec. 



G. T. Skipwith, R.Eng 3« Dec 

H. M. Crichton, R. Bng 31 Dec. 

B. D. Twemlow. R. Bng 3» !>©«• 

H. P. Turner, R. Eng 31 Dec 

H. Tovey, R. Bng 3x Dec. 

1879. 

W. Fleming, 95 P x Jan. 

H. H. Goodeve, R. Art x Jan. 

G. Best, R. Art x Jan. 

D. Adamson, Bengal S.C 5 Jan. 

A. P. Lindsay, Bengal S.C... 6 Jan. 
H. G. Becher, Bengal S.C. ... 6 Jan. 

A. J. D. Hawes, Bengal S.C 6 Jan. 
R. M. B. Thomas, Bengal S.C. 6 Jan. 

E. A. Bruce, Madras S.C 6 Jaix. 

W. J. Pickance, Madras S.C 6 Jan. 
A-CW.Crookshank, Ben.S.C xx Jan. 
C D. P. Payne, Bombay S.C 12 Jan. 
C Cowie. R. Art 16 Jan. 

B. V. Arbuokle, R. Art x6 Jan. 

5'irB.P.Bromhead,.fi^Ben.8.C 18 Jan. 

J. B. Tait, Bengal S.C ao Jan. 

J. M. G. Tongue, 24 F 23 .Tan. 

Y^ J. R. M. Chard, R. Eng... 23 Jan. 

FC G. Bromhead, a4 P as Jan. 

W. H. Brind, 103 P 29 Jan. 

A. C AUinson, x W. L Regt... a9 Jan. 
R. Hoskins, 77 F x Feb. 

C. H. Bridges, Bengal B.C.... 4 Feb. 
S. C Mactier. Bengal S.C. ... 4 Feb. 
L. F. Campbell, Madras S.C. 4 Feb. 

J. P. Caldwell, 24 F 5 Feb. 

A. Greenland, 56 F 8 Feb. 

J. Siaden, R. Art 19 Feb, 

C. S. Harvey, R. Art 19 Feb. 

J. L. Ferris. Bengal S.C 4 Mar. 

H. W. J. Senior, Bengal S.C 4 Mar. 
K. Persse, Madras S.C 4 Mar. 

A. Bredin, Madras S.C xi Mar. 

G. E. Borradailo, 63 F 15 Mar. 

R. Weetmacott, Bombay S.C 19 Mar. 
G. L. Tupman, R. Mar. Art. 24 Mar. 

George Lamb, R. Art 6 Apr. 

J. R. J. Dewar, R. Art 6 Apr. 

W. A. Salmon, Bombay S.C xa Apr. 

B. C Westby, 16 F 12 Apr. 

C W. Carlyon, R. Marines xa Apr. 

C B. Brown, 8 P 13 Apr. 

A. B. Douglas, Bengal S. C. ao Apr. 
T. P. Bruce, Bengals. C. ... ao Apr. 

Martin Morphy, 40 P 25 Apr. 

O. R. Middleton, 4 P 27 Apr. 

Henry Langtry, 15 Hussars 29 Apr, 

L. W. Taylor, R. Art xx May 

Frederic Henderson. X07 F. 17 Mav 

A. E. H. Smyth, xs P 17 Mny 

C P. Dixon, R. Art X7 May 

C Crosthwaite. R. Art X7 May 

N. J. C. Stevens, xoa F 24 May 

A. O. Molesworth, R. Art. 25 May 

J. C Hore, R. Marines a6 May 

J.H.L.Greenfleld, Bom.S.G. i Juno 

A. N. Clay. 79 F 4 June 

J. M. Moody, R Mar. 4 Jane 

P. Cheneviz - Trench, ao 

Hussars 7 June 

A. M. Handley, 19 F 7 June 

J. Waterhouse, Bengal S.C. xo June 
G.E. Hancock, Bombay S.C. xo June 

B. E. Gowan, Bengal 8. C... 10 June 
P. H. T. G. Gumming, Bombay 

S. C to June 



p.«.«.G. Campbell, 7 Dr.Gds. 11 June 
H. B. Ryves, Bengal S. C... n June 

J. Hay, Bengal S. xi June 

J. L. Pagan, Bombay 8. C x i June 
T. R. Byng, Madras 8. C ... xx June 

R. Athorpe, R. Eng xx June 

T. Walker, R. Art 18 June 

Alfred Fonblanque, R. Mar. ax Juno 
J. R. Wihner, Bengal S. C. aa June 

C M. BoBwell, 104 P 27 June 

C H. Garbett, Bengal 8. C. 37 Juno 
G. P. Bryant, Bombay 8. C. 37 June 

J. M. Murray, R. Art 27 June 

H. A. Boshman, 9 Lancers a 7 June 

C H. Webster, aoP x July 

J. H. Green, Bengal S.C 1 July 

W. J. Tatham, R. Art x July 

H. P. P. Lewis. R. Art. x July 

J. G. PoUock, R. Art i July 

R. W. Robinson, x6 P a Jnly 

J. D. Craickshank, R. Eng. 4 July 
M. A. H. J. Heriot, B. Mar. ' - -^ 
p.«.c. C. 0. Bather, R. Mar. 
Art. 



Digitized by V^jOO^ li:! 



5 July 
5 July 



Majors. 



G. C BoMe, B. Mar 7 JtUy 

F. G. Boraftby, IL H. Gds... lo Jnly 

V. L. GeddflB, 53 P ix July 

F B. Stap]M» 93 F. 14 July 

:. IL Doa^lae. R. Art. 15 July 

H.W.Sboabridge,Ben«.8.C. ax July 

F. a Gowl, 107 P 33 July 

F. iL Drew, 7 Hunara as July 

P C. Whalley, R. Art. as Jolj 

H. W. C. Bafindcy, 106 P.... as July 

^.5?. Hebbert, R. Art 2 Aug. 

H. 4e P. Bduuck, Ben^.S.C. s Aug. 
J- b. SpukA, Bengal S.C... 5 Aug. 

R'\Bmok,4oP 6AUSC. 

«. 0. James, 63 F 6Aug. 

T. H. Kirby, as P xx Aug. 

T^IanbAll, Bombay 8.0. xa Aoj?. 
<•• R. Pe«rt, Bombay B.C.... xa Aug. 
F. U. Mathia«, Kadras S.C. so Aug. 

T B. TJ^ler, R. Art. 23 Aug. 

' E B.Lcaoock, R. Art. ... 27 Aug. 
h* r. U. F. H. M'Cansland, 

R. Art. 27 Aug. 

EG Li:iing8ton.Beng.S.C. 30 Aug. 

J^. Saapion, R. Art 30 Aug. 

I', ^t. Pitcher, Bengal S.C. 3 8«Pt. 

' talker, Madras S.C 7 S«Pt- 

F. ;. Gmthorpe, Had. S.C. 7 Sept. 
•'■ Felkwee, R. Bur 8 Sept. 

• L. Tweedie. 97 P 9 Bept. 

5t TowDMnd, R. Art. ... 9 SeP'- 

; * c. G. A. Noyes, R. Art. 10 Sept. 

illi'.CUz^, 60 Rifles xa Sept. 

A.F. Stewart, Bombay S.C. x a Sept. 
X. Pezme&ther, h.p. 96 P.. . 13 Sept. 
F. £ Hoctuue, 4 Huaaara 13 Sept. 
B. Xacle. b.p. Canadian 

K .leu, Tvn Major, Mali- 

f^t.y.S. 13 Sept. 

I It Wickham, R. Art. ... 13 S«Pt- 
H. a. WiUiama, R. Kng 13 8«Pt- 

* S. Danes. R. Enip 13 Sept. 

ED.(.OBrien.R.En(f.... x 3 Sept 
J- AtJCTson,Cifff.R.lSi|p. x3Sept. 

»". Tf.jdward, R. Knar 13 S®Pt- 

^r. J. Skinner, BengalS.C ..-16 Sept. 

I P. AIL'WT. 13 P xSSept. 

^JWimberley.Bene.S.C. 20 Sept. 
I Q KakiQaop,Mad. S.C. ao Sept. 
'^B. Tbw, h.p. X5 P. a? Sept. 



C. P. Glass, R. Art 27 Sept. 

p.9.e. O. W. Pothergill, R. 
Marine Art 2 Oct. 

W. D. Welch, R. Mar. Art. 2 Oct. 

Vincent Wing, R. Art 4 Oct. 

T. S. Magan, Madras S. C. 9 Oct. 

R. Y. ArmBtrong, R. Eng.... 9 Oct. 

R. P. Nisbet. Bengal B. 0.... xa Oct 

CH.T.Marshall, Bengal S.C. xa Oct. 

R. J. Bond, R. Eng xaOot. 

Arthur Hales, a7 F x8 Oct. 

Arthur French, R. Mar. Art. 19 Oct. 

E.S.Reynolds, Bombay S.C. 27 Oct. 

H. French, Bombay S. C..., 37 Oct. 
. W. A. Kay, 68 P 29 Oct. 

p.s.e. O. E. Grover, B. Eng. 3 Nov. 
j C. H. G. Halkett, K. Eng.... 3 Not. 

Charles Bowen, R. Eng. ... 3 Nov. 

J. Colledge, Bengal S. 0. ... 4 Nov. 

I A. K. Haslett, R. Eng 7 Nov. 

I W. H. Mulloy, R. Eng 8 Nov. 

W. R. Slacke, R. Eng 9 Nov. 

! A. F. Taylor, Bengal 8. 0. xa No\'. 

J. T.Coke, as F 14 Nov. 

' C. E. P. Simpson, 29 F 17 Nov. 

R. H. O. Haly, 84 P ao Nov. 

, H. J. Faircloth, 8x P aa Nov. 

, T. J. W. Bulkeley, 10 Hus. aa Nov. 

, G. W. Smith. 85 P 33 Nov. 

I F. S. S. Brind, 17 F 22 Nov. 

I A. A. A. Kinloch, 60 Rifles 23 Nov. 

T. A. St. Quintin. 10 Hus. 2a Nov. 

' A. S. Wynne, 51 P aa Nov. 

, H. R. Abadie, 9 Lancers ... aa Nov. 
I V€ A. Scott, Bengal 8. C... aa Nov. 

D.H.Thompson,Bengal S.C. aa Nov. 

B. A. Combe, 10 Hussars ... 22 Nov. 
I James Cook, Bengal S. C... aa Nov.- 

A. R. Badcock, Bengal S.C. 22 Nov. 
I R. G. 8. Marshall, R. Art.... aa Nov. 
, R. M. Stewart, R. Art aa Nov. 

E. J. de Lautour, R. Art. ... 23 Nov. 
. R. G. Kennedy, Bengal S.C. aa Nov. 
1 G. W. Rogers, Bengal 8. C. aa Nov. 
I George Swinley, R. Art aa Nov. 

J. Davidson, Bengal 8. C... sa Nov. 
I M. G. Grorard, Bengal 8. C. as Nov. 

Richard Waoe, R. Art sa Nov. 

G. de C. Morton, 6 F aa Nov. 

' T. P. Hobday, Bengal 8. C. aa Nov. 



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William North, R. Eng aa Nov. 

G. T. Pretyman, R. Art. ... aa Nov. 

R. G. Woodthorpe, R. Eng. aa Nov. 

Y(£ O. Creagh, Bombay S.C. aa Nov, 

YfS. E. P. Leach, R. Eng. ... a» Nov. 

E. H. BuUer, Rifle Brigade ag Nov. 

William Cox, 13 F. 29 Nov. 

p.9.e. P. Cardew, 8a P 39 Nov. 

D. T. Persse, 13 P ;.... 39 Nov. 

A. H. T. H. Somerset, Rifle 
Brigade 39 Nov. 

p.t.e. H. G. MaoGregor, 29 P. 39 Nov. 

W. V. Brownlow, x Dr. Gd'. 39 Nov. 

Georffe Stanley Byng, h.p. 
Rifle Brigade; A. B.C. to 
iht Lord Litut. of Ireland 39 Nov. 

J. Philips, R. Marines 39 Nov. 

p. i.e. A. C. Gardner, 14 Hus. 99 Nov. 

H. R. Y. Browne, R. Art. ... 39 Nov. 

Bindon Blood, R. Eng 29 Nov. 

Geoflfry Barton, 7 P 39 Nov. 

p.9.e. A. P. Hart, 31 P 39 Nov. 

P. H. 8. Barrow^ 19 Hussars 39 Nov. 

James Alieyne, R. Art. 39 Nov. 

Henry Yaughan, R. Art. ... 39 Nov. 

W. P. Jones, R. Eng 39 Nov. 

J. B. H. Prior, 80 F 39 Nov. 

J. H. Laye, 90 P 39 Nov. 

p.:e. E. R. P.Woodgate, 4 P. 39 Nov. 

p.t.e. W.C.P.Molyneux. aa P. 39 Nov. 

R. B. Lane, Rifle Brigade ... 39 Nov. 

H. D. Rooke, S3 F 30 Nov. 

Cecil Mangles, ao Hussars 30 Nov. 

L. P. Jamieson, Bent^l S.C. a Dec. 

S. H. Cowan, Bengal 8. C. ... 9 Dec. 

H.S.Hutchinson,B6ngalS.C. 9 Dec. 

G. P. E. 8. Neill, Madras 8. C. 9 Dec. 

David Cowie, Madras S. C... 9 Dec. 

A. B. Portman, Bombay S.C. 9 Dec. 

T. M. Ward, Bombay S. C... 9 Dec. 

D. C. Andrew, Bengal 8. C. 9 Dec. 

P. C. Singleton, Bombay S.C. 9 Dec. 

J. E. Campbell, Bengal S.C. 10 Dec. 

W.M.Robinson,Madras S.C. xoDec. 

A. B. Crosbie,R. Marines... 17 Deo. 

R. R B. Beaumont, R. Eng. ao Dec. 

T. O. Wingate, Bengal S.C. 30 Dec. 

G. Alexander, Bengal S. C. 30 Deo. 



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COMMANDING IN CHIEF. 

Field Marshal Sit Soyal Highneu OEOEOE W. F. C. DTTEE OF CAVBEIDaE, KG. ZP. GCB. QCMG, OCSI. 
Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, Ac, 15 July 56. 

PHvaU Seerttarjf Lieutenant General Son. James Wm. B. Macdonald, CB., 15 July 56. 

Militarg Secretary General Sir Alfred H. Horsford, GCB., 14 F. i Oct. 74. 

AteiHani MUU^^ Hm^^t^^*, < Major General Martin Dillon. CB. CSI. i Oct. 78. [12 March 71 

^ '"^*^"*^* I Colonel ^irC.H.Brownlow.rCB. Bengal Staff Corps {For Iud**tn affaxrn 



Aides de Camp.. 



Colonel Charles Tyrwhitt, CB. Unatt. 15 July 50. 
Colonel R. Bateson. h.p. 1 Life Guards. 
Colonel A. H. Stephen*, h.p. Rifle Brigade. 
Colonel R. Hale, h.p 7 Hussars. 
I Colonel W. B. M. Reilly, CB, R. Art. (Extra). 



Adjvtikt GBa-BBJLL'B Depabtvxkt. 

Adjutant General General Sir Charles H. EUice, JTCJ?. 49 F. x Nov. 76. 

Depntjf Adjutant General Major Greneral Robert B. Hawley, CB. i Oct. 78. 

AM»Uia*i Adiuiani GimsralM /P*'^' I't.Colonel W. K. Elles, CB. h.p. 38 F. 22 July 78. 

Aeeutant A^utant General* j Colonel A. L. Annesley, h.p. xi Hussars, i Nov. 78. 

Ip.e.e. Major W. R. Lasoelles, Rifle Brigade, 71 Jan. 78. 
p.e.e. Captain R. L. H. Curteis, x6 F. 9 Dec. 78. 
p.*.e. Captain L. A. Gregson, 70 F. 25 Mar. 79. 

Inepeetor General t^ Recruiting Lieut.General E. A. Whitmore, CB. 29 Nov, 76. . 



R0TA.L Abtiubbt. 

Deputy A^utant General Major General R. P. Radclifib, x May 75. 

Aeeietani Adjutant General Colonel T. E. Hughes, 16 Oct. 78. 

Deputy Aeeietani Adjutant General Bt.Lt. Colonel H. L. Geary, x Apr. 79. 



ROTAL EVGXVBBBS. 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel John Marshall Grant, x Jan. 76. 

Deputy Aeeietant Adjutant General Major Edward Micklem, i Oct. 79. ■ 



QuASTBB Mastxb GxirBBAL's Dbpabtxxitt. 

(Quarter Jiaeter General General Sir Daniel Lysons, KCB. 45 F. i April 76. 

Aeeietant Q^arter Maeter General Colonel Alex. J. H. Elliot, CB. h.p. Unatt. i July 75. 

Deputy Aeeietant QMarter Maeter General Bt-Major G. A. Furse, 43 F. X9 Mar. 79. 

Deputy (^r.Jiaeter General, Intelligence Branch Major General Sir Archibald Alison, Bt. KCB. i May 78. 
Aeeiet, Qr. Mr. General, Intelligence Branch... p.$.c. Colonel C. J. East, h.p. 57 F. 2x Nov. 79. 



(p. i.e. Captain L. M. Carmicbael, ^ Lancers, 3x Dec. 78. 
™..«.™«. 5::,c:|g^|.^"r<?^lV^M^^^ 

\ p.e.e. Major G. E. Gi 
\p.e.e. Captain H. C. 



Intelhgence Branch p, ^ Bt.Major J. C. Ardagh. CB. Roval Engineers, 13 July 76. 

' " - - Major G. E. Grover, Royal Engineers, 13 Oct. 77. 
Captain H. C. Reynolds, xo6 F. 13 Aug. 79. 



Director General of Military Education Lieut.General C. P. Beauchamp Walker, CB. X9 Jan. 78. 

Aeeietant Director qf Military Education p.e.c. Colonel G. D. Barker, 64 F. 6 Dec. 76. 



Ivspbctob Gbvxbal op Rotal Abtillxby... Lieut. General Arthur Thomas Phillpotts, : April 77. 
Aide de Camp Captain F. B. Knox. 



CColonel JToii. C. W. Thcsiger, h.p. 6 Dragoons, 3 April 78. xmt c«f r 
Inepeeting QfUcere of Yeomanry Cavalry in \ Dietriet—Sead Quarter; York. 

Great Britain 1 Colonel Henry Clement Wilkinson, X3 Oct. 77. 2nd Cavalry Z>m^^j 

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1. NORTHSBN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, YorTc, 

Viioi Gi^'siAL CoKXijrBijre M^or General G. H. S. WUlis, CB. x April 78. 

Aid* £i Camp Captain T. k B. Sareent, 78 F x April 78. 

CdoMiom tie St^. Colonel G. T. Field. R. Art. ix Oct. 77. 

j«£w«.i ^^.w^.! jt. Ow«** iA«***«*«*«.i.i Colonel C. F. T. Daniell, h.p. 28 F. xo Oct. 76. 
JmAuU Adjutants- Quart.MasUrGenerQU^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ Gillespie, h.p. 106 F. 14 Nov. 77. 

DtfmtfdmgLA^.4- Quarter Hotter General Captain E. C. Money. 87 F. 8 March 78. 

3nfait U^or, Bmfol ArUUery ji.f.c. Captain A. G. Dugidale, X2 May 79. 

Omrimu luwtmetor p.9.e. Bt.Major F. Cochran, 37 F. aoNov. 78. 

2. EASTSRN DISTRICT.— Head QaarterflT Colchester. 

JfuoB GumAL ComtAvnive Miyor General Wm. Pollozfen Radcllffe, CB. t Oct. 78. 

JiitisCamp. Lieut. 0. A. Mott, 2 F. 25 AprQ 79. 

AmiilaKtAd/aiani 4'Qnarter Maeter Oemerat Colonel H. A. Welman, h.p. Depot Batt. i Oct. 75. 

BfifieUaJer p.t.e. Captain C. H. Gardner, 12 F. i April 79. 

Qerriaeulnetrweter. p.9.e. Captain F. H. Dyke, 69 V. X2 March 77. 



3. WESTERN DISTRICT. — Head QaarterB, Dwonport. 

KuoBGmKiLCoiocAVsnra Lient.General Hon. Leioester Smyth, CB. 2 April 77. 

Aii$i$Camp Capt*in Hon. C. D. Home, Rifle Br. a April 77. 

r,.!-^. ^ tf I. m «> ^ Colonel H . P. Newton, B. Art. 2a Feb. 76. 

LBitetUemtieStajF: tColonel W. Porter, R. Enff. 16 Oct. 77. 

AmMtamlAdjutant 4- Quarter Matt tr General Colonel F. F. Hamilton, CB. h.p. 4 F. x July 75. 

Dipaff AanMt. Adj. A- Quarter Hatter Gen.., p.t.e. Captain A. Glen, xo F. 94 June 77. 

Brifed* Major, Bofol AriUUrp Captain H. W. Isacke, i July 77. 

Gerrmm Imeiruetor p.e.e. Captain F. W. Graham, X03 F. 11 Sept. 74. 

4. SOUTHERN blSTRIOT.— Head Quartere, PoHsmoutk, 

LnravAnGBvamAi. CouiLkniva General Prince Edward of Saxe Weimar, CB. xoF. x Oct 78. 

tu^^^r X Captain Lord Albert C. Seymour, Scots Guards, x Oct. 78. 

Auatei^amp CCapUin Hon. C. C. G. Byngr, x Life Guard*; 29 Oct. 78. 

r^u^. — *k^ ft»^^ i Colonel H. A. Smyth, R. Art. x8 April 77. 

CeXe^elewntke8t<^. icolonelJ. G. JenTois, R. EnR. i Aug. 78. 

^^^^<^^QuarterMaeierGeneraU{^^^%^^^^^^^^^ 

l>^fAee^.AdJ.^<i^erHa.terGeneraU{^^'^^^^^^^ 

Ihymtf Ateuiani Adjutant Gen. for Mueketrp CapUin A. M. Creagh, 42 F. x Jan. 80. 

BrtfUeXajvr, Sopal ArtUlerp Capcaia A. Warry, t July 77. 

Berrven Imetruetor p.e.e. Captain T. J. R. Mallock, 7 F. 20 July 78. 

5. CHATHAM DISTRICT.^Head Quarters, Chatham. 

^M GintiL CoxxA.irDZ3ro Mi^'or General B. G. Bulwer, CB. xo March 79. 

AiitieCamp 

C^Umtl en the Staff Colonel C. W. Rlgee, CB. 1 Apr. 79. 

Briffadt Major p.e.e. C aptain T. B . Hitchcock, 5 3 F. 9 Jan. 77. 

6. SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT.— Head QuarterB» Dwer. 

Majoi GiniiL CoiiiCAin>zir6 Lient.General Lord Alexander G. Russell, CB. i April 77. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. A. G. Rusbell, Rifle Brigade, x Jan. 78. 

ru,^^^ «L^ CM ^ C Colonel D. E. Hotite, CB. Royal Artillery, 1 July 78. 

i-wmeu on uestqg^ ^ Colonel C. 8. Akers, Royal Engineers, x8 Feb. 79. 

Bneede Major p.9.e. Ca)ftain C. K. Brooke, X5F. ^oOot. 74. 

Brtfade Major, Royal ArtUlerp Captain W. H. M. Duthie, i Apr. 79. 

r ., ,: r .^_ . 5 P'»'C. Captain E. M. Roe, 23 F. xx Sept 73. Skomelife. 

^mrrnen inmrueiort lp.e.e. C aptain R. H. L. Anstru t her, Rifle Br. 16 June 77. 

7. HOME DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, iforse Guards. 

Kiira GimAi,Co»CA]rDnra Mivjor Genenil G. W. A. Higginson, CB. 1 Aug. 79. 

AidtieCamp Lieut V. .T. Dawson, ColdRtream Guards, x Aug. 79. 

(p.e.c. Lieut.CoIonel H. B. H. Blundell, Gren. GdB. i Apr. 76. 
Colonel J. Peel, h.p.Depot Batt. x May 76. For ReeruUinp Duties, 
London. 

Mfifede Major Captain P. L. Campbell, Soots Gd«. i Jan. 79. 

_9errimn Imetruetor p.e.e. Captain E. J. Lynch, 3 F. x July 77. 

^ 8. WOOLWICH DISTRICT. 

•AiwGtntit ComcAWiiro Major General John Turner, CB. R. Art. t Apr. 79. 

•**4» Comp Captain F. E B. Loraine, R. Art. x Apr. 79. 

i-H AAJmimmi A- Om^w^ it^^m. #3«iiiHv>l. ^f •' Lt.Colonel E. Markham, R. Art. x Feb. 76. 
J ^.Adjmiaut # Quarter Maeter Generaie |^t.Colone1 A. H. TCmg. B. Art. 15 Feb. 75- 

9. AliDERSHOT DISTRICT. 

^^^■*»»»nra mi Dn^isiov General Sir Thomas M. Steele, KCB. 6x F. 14 April 75, 

MmiMp^ f CapUin A Maclean, 1 Drs. 3 May 75. 

^ (CapUin J. T. D. Croabie 60 F. 13 Jan. 79. 

^'»dmtJiu*mm* J. o.«w^ i/v>.«^ «*—«;* I Colonel Hon. E. G. Curson, h.p. 52 F. x Jan. 78. 
~^^J^^ 9 Quarter Maeter Generaie j u. Colonel Lord W. F. B. Seymour, Coldst. Gds. i July 75. 

''^•iiielnepeetarofGpmnaeia Major G. F. Gildea, 21 F. x July 76. 

ii_^. ^ ( p ».e. CapUin R J Lugard, 4 F. 11 Apr. 77. 

'"^Amiet.AdjulaMi 4- Quart. Maeter Generaie 1 p.*.e. Captain W. F. GaUcre, 77 F. xo March 79. 

^(f^rMmeketry) Captnin W. Bennett X9 F. x March 78. 

^ *Me AmUtami Tn»p€cior of Gymnaeia CapUin F. A. Gore, 84 F. 15 April 78. 

tr***^ Inmeetor «/ Army Signaling Major F. A. Le Meaurier, Koyal Engineers, xs May 75- 

^•^QMerler'M'iMter George Ml pphy, 15 July 76. 

Vy'f^ Quarter Master George Douglas, X Deo. 65. 

*^mdMenUl T. Trout 13 Dec. 61. 

wiujvjQ BoTiL ArriLLEBT (Col. on St^f) Colonel W. E. M. Reil'y, CB. 27 Oct 79. 

f,°P*^MmjerefArHIlery p.t.e. Cai»tain H. Knoliya, i May 77. 

«»*>•«» RoT4t EsAiiTKis {Col. on Staff) ... Colonel F. M. H Somerset. 

*9''^tndM§ Ogieer ^ Garrieon Inelruelion ... Lt.Utilonel Charles Booth Brnckenbury, Royal ArtiUory. 1 April 76, 
^•nitM rufru«M« I ;'■••« Bi.Ma.ior W. Shaw, 10a F. ai Jan. 73. 

^^^ - <y.».c. BtMajor S. E. Orr, 94 T. 26 OctD7|4ized by N^OO^li:: 



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OAVALKY BBIQADX. 

'^Sl'^O^.^i^fl.S^BY^'U^Z^"':.}^i°' ««»«- * «•• ^- '• «»» Wyg»m, Bt. X Apr. „. 

Aid4d«Camp 

Brigade Major CaptAin R. T. aiaillard, 16 Lancers, 13 AprU 77. _ 

l8t INFANTRY BRIGADE. 

Ooicicun>nro Bbigasb Mnjor General T. H. Pakenham, 8 Feb. 78. 

Aid9 tU Camp Curtain H. Q. Worsley, 25 F. 8 Feb. 78. 

SriffadeMqjor /).ir.c. Captain R. C. Hare, 22 F. as July 78. 

2nd INFANTRY BRIGADE. 

GoifXAirsnra Bbigadx c. Major General W. G.Cameron, CB. i Oct 78. 

Aide de Camp CapUwn K. Z. Thornton, 4 F. x Oct. 78. 

Brigade Major jau.c. Captain W. T. Dooner, 108 F. 4 Dec. 78. 

3rd INFANTRY ^BRIGADE. 

GowijrsiKO Bbiquii Major General F. Peyton, x Oct. 77. 

Aide de Camp Captain B. T. B. Sparks, 98 F. 7 Feb. 78. 

Brigade Major Captain W. B. Barton, 26 F. 28 March 79. 

10. NORTH BRITISH DISTRICT.— Head Qaarters, Edinburgh. 

Majob Gbvbbix CoicicAVDiKO Lieut General Robert Bmce, x Oct. 78. 

Aide de Camp 

Aeeietani Adjutant and (Quarter Maeter Geiural... e. Colonel St. G. M. Nagent, h.p. Unatt. 13 Oct. 77. 

Dep. Ateiet. Adjutant Qen. (for MutkeirjfJ F. M. Salmond, 2x F. z Jan. 80. 

Jbr/ Major Bt.Lt.Colonel C. V. Pole, h.p. CM. Rifles, x July 78. 

OarrieoH Inetruetor p e.e. Captiiin J. A. Fergnsson, Rifle Brigade. 

11. JERSEY DISTRICT. 

IiTBUT.QovBBiroB ft CoLOKBL oiT THB STAvr Mnjor General Lothian Nicholson, CB. i Oct. 78. 

Fori Mqf or Jt Adjutant Bt.Lt.Colonel H. G. E. Somerset, h. p. 3 F. 5 May 77. 

13. GUERNSEY AND ALDERNEY DISTRICT. 

LiBUT. GoTBBiroB & CoLOiTBL OIT Stafv Colonel A. A. Nelson, CB. (local rank of Major Gen.) x May 79. 

Fori Major ITtC Bt.Lt.Colonel H. E. Jerome, h.p. 62 F. xs May 79. 

IRELAND. 

CoxvjLirniiro thb Fobcbs e. Generali^^ Mon. Sir John Michel, GCB. 86 F. i Aug. 73* 

Aeeittani Miliiarjf Secretary Lt.Colonel Hon. E. E. T. Boecawen, Coldst. Guards, 4 March 7S. 

jiiA,m Am /T«-« ("Captain F. A. Graves- Sawle, Coldst. Gds. 8 April 76. 

AMue ae uamp t Captain F. M. Wardrop, 3 Dr. Gds. 18 Jan. 79. 

CoxKAirDiiro Rotal BvGiirBBB {Col. on Stcif) ... Colonel H. Wray, CM&. ai June 79. 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel George Byng Harman, h.p. Brigade Depot, i Jan. 78. 

Dtimty Quarter Maeter General Colonel T. C. Lyons, CB. h.p. Br. Depot, 13 Oct. 77. 

Aslant A4Jut.nt4. «.„<^ifa^ GeneraU {'^!'^Sl^iSiir^t^ Ul'^'hr. . Feb. 7C. 

Jhpmtg Aeeiei. Adjutant General (for Mueketry) Captain G. A. Agnew, 30 F. x May 78. 

Brigade Major Captain H. J. W. Gehle, R. Eng. 15 Deo. 77. 

Deputy Judge Advocate p.»,e. Bt.Lt Colonel H. A. Brett, 43 F. 

f p.t.c. Captain J. H. G. Browne, H. Art. Curragh. 
Girrieon Inetruetore \ p.$.e. Captain J. W. F. Buxton, 27 F. x Aug. 78. Dublin. 

[p.9.c. Captain 8. Flower, 86 F. X7 May 79. Fermoy. 

AIDES DE CAMP TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND. 



Bt.Major G. S. Byng, h.p. Rifle Brigade. 

Lieut. J. C. M. Beresford, R. Eng. 

Captain W. D. S. Campbell, 79 F. 

Captain J.M. McCalmont, Denhighshire Yeomanry. 

Major R. J. P. Saunders, Mid UlBter Art.Militia [extra). 

Captain H. Paget, 7 Hussara (extra). 



Captain D. G. A. King, 69 F. (extra). 

Lieut. G. M. Lord Bennet, Rifle Brigade (rxtra) . 

Lieut. G. A. H. Howard, 23 F. (extra). 

Lieut. K. Borrowes, xx Hussars (extra). 

2ud Lieut. Lord W. B. Nevill, W. Kent Mil. (extra) 



DUBLIN DISTRICT. 

Co]ncA.}n)i2ro DnBLiKDiSTBXCx Major General J. R. Glyn, CB. i April 78. 

Aide de Camp Captain R. F. Meysey-Thompaon, Rifle Brigade, i Apr. 

Colonel on the Stqff. Colonel G. Colclough, R. Art. x May 77. Portobello. 

Deputy Aeeiei. Adj. and Quarter Maeter General p.e.c. Captain E. S. Creek, 23 F. 24 April 76. 

Brigade Major^ Royal Artillery Captain W. S. Langley, 16 Sept. 79. 

OURRAaH BRIQADS. 

8FB0TOB Gbhbbxlof Cjltxlby iwIbblakd ... ) ^^°^ General W. H. Seymour, CB. i Oci. 74. 

Aide de Camp Captain R. St. L. Moore, 5 Lancers, 27 July 78. 

Brigade Majore ( Captain Son. H. G. L. Crichton, 2x Huseara, 7 June 78. 

Camp Quarter Maeter James Sim, xx July 77. 

B2CLFA8T DISTRICT. 

Coxi«JL»Diire BBLBABt Dtobict (^^ ?;••*'• Brigadier General Sir H. E. Wood. XCB. h.p. 90 F. 

(. 15 Dec. 79. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. A. J. Blgge. R. Artillery. 

Brigade Major p.i.e. Captain A. E. W. Goldsmid, 104 F. z Apr. 79. 

CORK DISTRICT. 

ComrAVSuroCoBBDUTBiOT Lieut. Gen eral BL Hamilton, CB. 1 April 77. 

Aidede Camp Lieut. J. H.Bwart, 78 F. 4 April 77. 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel J. Godhy, R. Art. x Apr. 79. 

AMeUtaad Adjutant General Bt.Lt.Colonel W. T. Goldsworthy, h.p. ox F. i July 75. 

Deputy Aeeiei. Adj. 4- Quarter Maeter General... p.$.e. Captain E. Wardroper, 107 F. 26 Jan. 79. 

Ditto (for Muekeiry) CaptainT. P. Pardee, 22 F. x Oct. 77. 

Brigade Major, Sofol Artillery Captain J. W. Bernard, i July 77. j 

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^TLTW.—Otmeral Commanding. 

Aid«» d« Camp (Four). 
Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Matter QeneraU (Two). 
Avtulant Adjutant and Quarter Mcuter Generate (Twc). 
Dfpttfy A»«%»iant Adjutant and Quarter Jfaeter Chenerale (Two). 
Brigadier General Jioyal Artillery. 
Aide de Camp. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery. 
Colonel Commahdiny, Jttoyal Sngineere, 
Aidede Camp. 

Brigade Major ^ Royal Engineere. 
iktmrnoMdant at He-id Quartere. 
Frovoet Marthul. 
Cowntieeary General. 
Frineipal Medical OJleer. 
Ckurf Stt^ Veterinary Surgeon, 
JPrineipal Chaplain. 



1st DIVISION.— HeocZ Quarters, Colchester, 

Stafv. — Lieutenant General Commanding, 
Aidee de Camp (Two). 
Aeiietant Adjutant and Quarter Maeter Generate (Two), 
Deputy Auieiant Adjutant and Quarter Maeter Qtneral. 
Zneutenaut Colonel^ Royal Artillery. 

Adjutant^ Royal Artillery. 
IMutenant Colonel^ Royal Engineere, 

Adjutant, Rogal Bngineert, 
Aeneiani Commieeary General, 
Principal Medical Qfflcer. 
Chaplain, 



Iflt BBIGADE.— Colchester. 
^ftat.—M^^ Oeuaral CowmandiMg, 
Aids de Camp. 
Brigade Me^. 



Suttuonb ' QuABTsmxD at 

«Bo. 2&d Foot » Colchester. 

KftjLlOih „ do. 

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Stuv.— Jf«Mr O e m et al Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade M^or, 

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DIYI8I0VAL TKOOPS.— Colchester. 

QVART&BSS AV 

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Buckinghamshire Yeomanry Backinghanu 



F Bat. Ist Brig. Royal Artillery 
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G „ 5th Brig. do. 



. Ipswich. 
,. Colchester. 
. Woolwich. 

Ist Comp. Royal Engineers Bhorncliflld. 

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2nd DIVISION.— Head Quartera, ChelmBford. 

titkvr,—Zi9utenaiU Gtnm-al Commandtng. 
Aidn tls Camp (Two), 
AutMtant AdJMtant and quarter Moiter OtneraU (Twi), 
Deputy jAeutant Adjniani and quaHer Jfatitr General. 
Lieutenant Colonel, Rogal AHiUeru, 

Adjutant, Bwfal ArtUlerg. 
Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Engineere, 

Adjutant, Sogal Engineen, 
Ametani Commieeary General, 
Principal Medical OJteer, 
Chaplain, 



1st BEIOADE.— Chelmsford. 
STAFF.—JIq/or Genernl Commanding. 
Aule de Camp, 
BAgade Major, 
Commieeary. 



BATTiuoirs. 



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Snd BRiaADE.^Warley. 
Qrkn.—Mt^jor General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigatfe Major, 
CommiMaty', 

..tBn 3rd Foot ^ihSSSS,^ 

*?*■* »» Dover. 



65th 



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DXTIUOirAL TE00P8.— Chelmsford. 

QUARTEmn) AT 

ist Bn. 23rd Foot Woolwich. 

Herts Yeomanxy St. Albans. 

I Bat. 4th Brig. Boyal Artillery Newcantle. 

N „ do. do, Woolwich. 

M „ do. do. Nowcasilo. 

20tli Comp. fioyal Engineers Chatham. 

* InflEUitry Ammunition Reserve. * 



3rd DIVISION.— iTeod QuoAiers, Gravesend. 

STA,n.— Lieutenant General Commanding, 
Aidee de Camp (Two). 
Aaeietant A4jutant and quarter Matter Generale (2Vo). 
Deputy Aeeietant Adjutant and quarter Maeter General, 
Lieutenant Colonel, Boyal Artillery. 

Adjutant, Bmial Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel. Boyal Engineen. 

Adjutant, Boyal Engtneere. 
Ateieiant Conmietary General. 
Principal Medical Officer, 
Chaplain. 



Stafv.- 



1st BKIOASE.— Gravesend. 
-Mofor General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp, 
Brigade Mcy'or. 
Commieeary. 

^^"■^^«>7*' „ QUAXTUED AT 

104th Foot Belflwt. 

77*? » Dublin. 

105th „ Newry. 

Sad BBIQADE.— Chatham. 
Stavf.— Jfo/or General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp, 
Brigade Major. 
Commieeary. 



Battalioks. 

andBn. 5th Foot. 
86th „ 
31st ., , 



DIVISIOVAL TBOOPB.— Gravesend. 

QUAaTBKBD AT 

87tliFoot Limerick. 

West Kent Yeomanry Maidstone. 

•Bat. • Brig. Royal Artillery • 

O „ 4th „ do. 

A ,. 5th „ do. 



Weedon. 
do. 

22nd Comp. Royal Engineers Woolwich. 

* Infiftntry Ammunition Reserve. * 



QuAaTxasD at 
Chatham. 

do. 

do. 



CAVALRY BRIOADE.— Maiden. 

BtJirr.'-Mqjor General Commanding, 
Aide de Cawtp, 
Brigade Mqjor, 
Commieeary. 



^ . _ QVABTBEXD AT 

3rd Hussars Colchester. 

4th „ Shomcllflb. 

• Norwich. 



QUAKTSaED AT 

Suffolk Yeomanry Buiy St. Edmunds. 

F Bat. C Brig. Royal Horse Artillery ... Canterbury. 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.— Colchester. 

BrA.tr.— Colonel Commanding, 
A^utant. 

QUAaTEKBD AT 

Woolwich. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

. . ^ ^ Sheffield. 

• Army Oorp^ Ammunition Reserve. • 



* Bat • Brig. Royal Horse ArtiUery 
K » C „ do. ._. 

H If -A. „ do. 

G „ 1st Brig. Rj/fcl Artillery 

B „ 5th ,, do. 



ARMY CORPS ENGINEERS.— Colchester. 

BtAJtw,— Colonel Commanding, 

Adjutant, 

QUABTIBBO AT 

A Troop Royal Bngm^^ J Aldershot 

\ C I'roop do. \ 

(Telegraph)/ * 
23rd Comp. Royal Bngmeers*) 
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do. 
Chatham. 



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2nd ARMY COILFS,— Head Quarters, Aldershot. 

BtAn.—Aafor itt Army Corp$, 

l«t DIVISION.— JETeod Quarters, Alderehot. 
Btxwi.—Aa in lit Annj/ Corp$, 
lrt»mAl)«^Ald„ri„,t MVI8I0KA1 TEO0P8.-Ald«,hot 

45aiPtoot Ld!2So?. 2nd Bn. 18th Foot. Aluen»hot. 

adBiLSS^....*"";.';;;:;":"; dS" i ^•''^®'^*^'°*°^ HunRerford. 

Jad BRIOADK— Aldershot ■ K Bat. 3rd Brig. Rojal Artillery Woolwich. 

iftflS "^ Aldershot. ■ 17th Comp. Roj-al Engineers do. 

*^2 »* do. I 

" do. • Infiintry Ammanition Beserve. • 



. 2nd DIVISION.— Head: Quarters, Guildford. 
1-* •«,» . *, „ Stxfp.-^, i» itt Army Corpt. 

^ ^:^:^^^'::;^''^ l I>IVI8I0HALTK00P8..auildrord. 

^^ |«J-le «il^.-SS ^' I 52°<^ ^-' AXfr. ^'^ 

58«l „ Z:::^:::Z:::::Z::Z do. I ^^'^«^'^»«» Yeomanry Woodstock. 

ftid BaiaABX.-6tuldfbrd. i ^ B»t- Jnd Brig. Royal Artillery Aldershot. 

BuLwr.-'ABmiBiArmwCorpt. ^ " i?i » Jo- clo- 

SS Portsmomh. \ • Comp. Royal Engineers do. 

• •• Jersey. 

Parkhurst. ' * Infantry Anununition Reserve. * 



let BBZ0A2IB.— Dorking. 

J?r«d^'«*o«» Militia Qw«i«« A, 

?^ do. pisH^. 

*^^ do. Perth. 

twi BBIOADB.— Dorking. 

s«hc«kdo. . •; fc?i5i?^ 



3rd DIVISION. -JEfeacl QaaHers, Dorking. 
^^n.—Aa in i$t Army Corju, 



SITISIOITAL TKOOPB.— Dorking. 

Armagh Militia Amuigh. 

Middlesex Yeomanry Uxbridge. 

E Bat. 5th Brig. Rojal ArtiUeiy Bristol. 

L " «S " ?°- Trowbridge. 

^ » 8rd „ do Woolwich? 

" Coinp. Royal Engineers • 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. • 



GAVALBY BBIGADE.— Lewes. 
Btaww.-^As in i«f Army Corpt. 

U'^H^ttB Si!i^*'*?*" *^ I QUXETEBED At 

5«^I«^«mGSiS''".\"\"""."3^^^^ So ^'* Hants Yeomaniy Winchester. 

W'^tl^ttn '..'.'.'."!.■.".";;.'; Brighton. I 

I ABat. A Brig. Royal Horse Artilleiy.... Aldershot. 

^SMT CORPS ARTILLERY.— Aldershot. i ARMY CORPS EN QINEERS.- Alder-hot. 

^■"•--^ *• *•* -^'^ CVwy.- Staw.-^* in i»t Army Corp,. 

.C«»«^ABrig.Rpy.lHor«Artille,7... SSShot "* • Troop Royal Engineer Txt^inl ^"""T '' 

I. „ di aS' Christchurch. (Pontoons) » 

A r I* Mir llft«fi^iw- Ijorchester. I • Troop do. S 

A £ ^' ^'^ Artffleiy Devonport. (Telegraph) j 

". " *>• Woolwich. I 15th Comp. Royal Engineers and) ^ 

•Army Corps AmmnnitionReeerve. • ' Field Paikj Kensington. 

• Wanting. 

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Itt BEIQAOE.— London. 
Stavv.— ^« tn iH Army Corjn, 

BATTAlIOirs. QUASnBSD AT 

and Bn. Coldstream Onaids The Tower. 

2nd Bn. Soota Guards Chelsea. 

ist Bn. Grenadier Guards {^BmdS. 

2nd BBIOADE.— Croydon. 
Stafv.— ^« tn i$t Army Corp: 



3rd ARMT CORPS.— ffead QwitUts, Croydon. 

BXLn.—AM for at Army Corp9, 

Ist DIVISION.— Hcod Qua/rUr9, Croydon. 

SsAVV.— ^« in iH Army Corp§, 

SZVIUOirAL TS00P8.— Croydon. 

QVASmSD AT 

Ist Bn. 6oth Foot Winchester. 

Staffordshire Yeomanry Llohfield. 

C Bat. 5ih Brig. Boyal Artilleiy Ipswich. 

"" * ■ Chatham. 



Baralxovs. 



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.at Bn. Soou Gu«d, { "^^^^ 

zst Bn. Coldstream Guards Shonoliffe. 

3rd Bn. Grenadier Guards Chelsea. 



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6th Brig. 



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do. 



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1st BKIOADE.-Bed Hill. 

Stavt.— ^« in i9t Arwty Corpt. 

Battalxoitp. Quabtbbxd at 

Kilkenny Militia Kilkenny. 

King's County Militia Parsonstown. 

Limerick County Militia Limerick. 

2nd BR10ArE.-Red Hill. 

BtkYT.—Aa in xtt Army Corps, 

Baxtauovs. Quabtbbxd at 

Ist Burr^ Militia Richmond. 

2nd do. Guildford. 

3rd do. Kingston. 



2nd DIVISION. ---flcad Quarterg, Red Hill. 
BtJLWW.—Ai in iH Army Corps. 

DIYISIOITAL TEOOPS.— Red Hill. 



Quabtxbxd at 
Tyrone Militia Omagh. 

Warwickshire Yeomanry Warwick. 

I Bat. 3rd Brig. Royal Artillery Hilsea. 

L „ 4th „ do. do. 

C „ 6th Brig. do. Woolwich. 

• Comp. Royal Engineers • 

* In&ntiy Ammunition Reserve. * 



3rd J^IVISION.— Head Qwirters^ Tnnbridge Wells. 
Statv.— ^« t» lit Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE. -Tunbridge Wells. 

Staff.— ^ tn 1st Army Corps, 

Battalxovs. Quabtxbxb at 

West Kent Militia Maidstone. 

4th Middlesex Militia Hounslow. 

London Militia London. 

Snd BRIOADS.^Maidfitone. 

Staff.— 4« in 1st Army Corps. 
Battaliovs. Quabtbbbd at 

East Middlesex Militia HouubIow. 

2nd do. Bamet. 

3rd do. Tumham Green. 



BIVISIOEAL TROOPS.— Tunbridge Wells. 

QUABTBBXB AT 

Sussex MiUtia Chichester. 

Leicestershire Yeomanry Leicester. 

BBat. Ist Brig. Royal Artillery Shomcliffe. 

* -* do. 

C „ Ist Brig. do. ShomclilTe. 

• Comp. Royal Engineers • 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserre. * 



CAVALRY BBIOADE.— Ashford. 

Staff.— ^« in xstArmy Corps. 

Quabtbbbd at , Quabtxbxx> at 

Ist Life Guards London. ] East Kent Yeomanry Canterbury. 

2nd do Windsor. 

Royal Horse Guards London. 1 K Bat. B Brig. Royal Horse Artillery do. 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.— Croydon. 
Staff.-'^» Ml ist Army Corps. 

Quabtbbxd at 
K Bat. A Brig. Royal Horse Artillery ... Exeter. 

T „ B „ do. do 

• „ • Brig. do. • 



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Sxin.— ib/or i$t Armg Corpt, 



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BrAn.—AM m ztt Armg Corpt, 

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Sad BBIGABI.— Bel&Bt. 
BsAn.-~A» iM itt Amsf Corpt. 

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lat DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Dublin. 
8*^»».— ib M iti Armf Corpt, 

UmaiOVAL TEOOPB.— Dublin. 



Highlaud Light InflmtayMiUtia toiSS! ^^ 

8rd DiBffOon Guards Dublia. 

O Bat. 8rd Brig. Royal Artillery Ourragh. 

• »• • do. do. • 

»» • do. do. • 

19th Oomp. Royal Bngineers Southampton. 

* Ixi&ntry Ammunition Beaerve. * 



and DIVISION.-iread Qmrtera, The Oumgh. 
B'U^w.'-At im iti Army Corpt, 



lat BSIGADX.— The Curragh. 
BtM.wm.—Atin ztiArmy Corpt, 

^*"^S; w^ Q^anaiD at 

•gg^'w^ The Curragh. 

«Bn.iK^: ::::rrr::z::;z:::; AthiSk 

Sad BMOADK.— The Curragh. 
STAnp.— ^ m itt Armg Corpt, 

teSncMm.. teSS" 

gf 5?' York. 

** *>• - Doncaater. 



QUABTSUD AT 

lioeds. 



DIVIBIOlfAl TEOOPB.— The Curragh. 

4ih Weet York Uilitia 

2iid Dragoon Guards Dublin. 

P Bat. 3rd Brig. Royal Artillery The Curragh. 

f- It 2nd „ do. Kilkenny. 

1 »t do. do. Athlone. 

6th Comp. Royal Engineers The Curragh. 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. • 



1st BBieADX.>-Cork. 

Stayy.— j1« «• xtt Army Corpt, 

omnjsan, Qvabtsxbb at 

iKSomsnet Militia Taunw^ 

»d do. Bath. 

Hewftird Militia Hereford. 

Sad BSIOADE.— Limerick. 

STArv.— ^ in \tt Army Corpt. 
jumuon. QuAXTBBsn at 

fe *"7TCk Mflitia Warwick. 

!£*>• do. Leamington. 

GlMSOiKsa do. Cardiff. 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quartera, Cork. 
STA'fj.— .dt in i»i Army Corpt, 

BIVISIOHAL TROOPS.— Cork. 



X « « , ^ QUABTXBID AT 

ist Bn. 7th Foot Cork. 

19Ui Hussars Ballincollig. 

N Bat. 3rd Brig. Royal Artillery Clonmel. 

J* n do. do. Limerick. 

H „ 2nd Brig. do. Fermoy. 

18th Comp. Royal Engineers Cork. 

• lufantxy Ammunition Reserve. • 






CAVALRY BRIOADB.— The Curragh. 
BTAiii— .d« m xtt Army Corpt, 

QUABTIBSD AT 

I Bat. B Brig. Royal Horse Artillery ... Ballincollig. 



QVABTBXBB AT 

Dundalk. 
Cahir. 
, Newbridge. 



AHMT CORPS ARTILLSRY.—Dublin. 
8ta».— ^ iM xti Army Corpt, 

QVABTBBBD AT 

H Bat. B Brig. Royal Horse Artillezy... Newbridge. 
B „ A „ do. ... Dublin. 

G „ B „ do. ... do. 

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5th ARMY OOB,'?B.—Eead Quarters, Salisbiiry. 

Staff.— J*/w i$t Army Corjm, 



1st BKIOABS.— SaliBbtuT. 
Stavv. — At in lit Army Corps. 

BaTTALIOITI. QVAVTSBIB AT 

i8t Bq. 8th Foot Warley. 

2ad Bn. 25th Foot Plymouth. 

• OosportForts. 

Sad BKXOADS.— SaliBbiiTy. 
Bta».— ^« in ut Army Corpt, 

BaTTALXOVI. QVABTimiD AT 

Qaeen*8 Oim Tower Hamlets Militia ... liondon. 
King's Own Tower Hamlets do. ... DaLston. 
Wexford do. ... Wexford. 



Itt DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Saliaborj. 
SlAW.— ^ in i9t Army Corp; 

DIVISIONAL TB00P8.— SaUsbory. 



QVABTSSBS AT 

Devonport. 



North Devon Yeomanry Barnstaple. 

• Bat. • BriR. Boyal Artillery Newport 

• „ • do. do. • 

• Comp. MUitia Engineers * 



2nd DIVISION. — Head Quarters, Warminster. 



1st BBIOABX.— Warminster. 

SxAVff.— ^«t» X9t Army Corp*, 
Baralxovb. Qvastxbid at 

Monaghan Sfilitia Monaghan. 

Loath do Dandalk. 

TiOngford do Longford. 

Sad BBIGABE.— Warmixister. 
SxArr.- Am in xtt Army Corp$. 

BiTTALIOVS. QUAmTSBXD AT 

WUts Mihtia Devizes. 

Backs do High Wycombe. 

Berks do Beading. 



Bta»».— J* in i9t Army Corpt, 

BIVIBIONAL TROOPS.— Warminster. 

QaAXTBBVn AT 

66th Foot Portland. 

North Somerset Yeomanry Bath. 



Bat. 



Brig. Boyal Artillery., 
do. do. 



• Comp. Militia Engineers . 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Glouoester. 
Staw.— iCf Ml z«f Army Corp*. 



1st BBIOABX.— Gloncester. 

Stafv.— J« in xH Army Corp*. 
Battalxovb. Qvabtibbs at 

Soath Glonoester MiUtia Bristol. 

Oxford Militia Oxford. 

North Gloaoestar MiUtia Oirenoester. 

Sad BBIOABS.— Gloacester. 
Stavv. — A» in xH Army Corps, 

BaTTAUOVS. QUABTimiS AT 

Shropshire Militia Shrewsbury. 

Worcester do. Worcester. 



BIYIBIOHAL TBOOPS.— Gloacester. 

QUAMIXBD AT 

87th Foot Pembroke. 

Olonoester Yeomanry Badminton. 

Shropshire do Shrewsbaiy. 

* Bat. • Brig. Boyal Artillery * 

* „ • da do. • 

* Comp. MiUtU Engineers * 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Yeovil. 
StATW.—A$ in itt Army Corps, 



QVASTBBIS AT 

1st Dragooxis Manchester. 

5tti Lancers Woolwich. 

7th Dragoon Gaards Aldershot. 



QuAaTXBsn at 

Wiltshire Yeomanry Marlborough. 

Dorset Yeomanrv ^ Dorchester. 

West Somerset Yeomanry Taantoo. 

• Bat. • Brig. Royal Horse ArtiUery ... • 



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B/TAn.-^Jsfor xH Army Corpt, 

lit DIVISION.— Head Quarter*, Cherter. 
BTkYw,^A$ m i$t Armg Corpt, 



1st B&IOADS.— ChMter. 

9tAVW.^-AM te t$t Armg Corpi. 

BATTAUoire. Ovastsbsd at 

I>enbifffa Militia Wrexham. 

1st Cheefaire do Chester. 

MoDtgoaneiy do Welchpool. 



Battaitovb. 
Clare Kflitia 
Flint do. 
Gunarron do. 



Sad B&IOADS.— Oheeter. 
Stafv— -^ ft» jti Armf Corp$. 



SVAaTBBID AT 

Ennifl. 
Mold. 
Camanroii. 



SIYISIOITAL TS00P8.— Cheeter. 



QVASTXUI) AT 

Bradford. 



Cheshire Teomaary Chester. 

• Bat. • Brig. Royal Artillery • 

• „ ♦ do. do. «... • 

• Comp. Militia Engineers • 



and DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Liverpool. 
StAvr.— ^« in iH Ara^ Corpt, 



1st BBIOADX.— LirerpooL 

Staff. — Am m jH Army Corp9. 

BATTAUon. QvAsnan) at 

DnUin City Ktlitia Dublin. 

2nd Lancashire do Liverpool. 

Boaoomnum do. Boyle. 

Sad BBIOABE.— Liverpool. 

Stavf.— ^ <« i9t Army Corpt. 

BAiTAUOva. QvArnmiD at 

IM Stallbrd MiHiia Lichfield. 

2Bd do. Stailbrd. 

3rd do. Newcastle-under-Lyne. 



DIVISIONAL TBOOPS.-LiTerpooI. 

QUASTSBXn AT 

and Bn. 20th Foot Mullingar. 

Lancashire Hussars Ashton in Makerfield. 

• Bat. ♦ Brig. Boyal ArtiUeiy • 

• „ • do. do. • 



Comp. Militia Engineers.. 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quakers, Manchester. 
Staw.— iC« in itt Army Corpt, 



1st BBieADX.— Manchester. 

SxjlVV.— ^ m x<< Army Corpt. 
Bimuon. Qua«t»»w> at 

lit Derby IGUtia V^^Y'^ ,^ 

Sad do. Chesterfield. 

2Qd Cheshire do Macclesfield. 



ted BBieASX.— Preston. 
BcAYV. — At in Iff Army Corpt. 



BAnAuevs. 

lit Laneashixe Militia 
3rd do. 

4tb do. 



QVABTXaXD AT 

Ijancaster. 

Preston. 

Warrington. 



BITIBIOFAL TBOOPS.— Manchester. 

QUABTBBXn AT 

xst Bn. 11th Foot Manchester. 

Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry ... Worslcy. 

• Bat. • Brig. Boyal Artillery 

• „ ♦ do. do. 

* Comp. Militia Engineers * 



OAVALRY BRIGADE.- Crewe. 
STAn.— iU m x«^ Army Corpt. 

QUABTSBID AT I 

S^gS?'''°sr^ ::::::-":•;.::::: SS^' • ^ • Brfr Boyi ho™. Artmery , 

WorcMtcKshire do Worcester. I 

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iBt BBIOABX.- York. 
BTi.Tr.— ^« in j$i Army Corp$. 



BlTTALIOWB QUA»T»B1D AT 

5th VVest York Militia Knaresborouffh 

6th do. do Hali&x. 

Leicester do Leicester. 

Snd BSIOABS.— York. 
SiAFV.— ib in ttt Army Corp$. 

BA.TTALIOXB. Ql7i.BTSBBD AT 

North Dovm Militia Newtownards 

South Down do Downpatrick. 

Dublin County do Dublin. 



7th ARMY COB.'Pa.— Read Quakers, York. 

Staft.— ibybr iH Army Corpi, 

1st DIVISION.— Head QuarterB, York. 
STAPP.—^t ill x$i Army Corju. 

BiyiBIONAL TBOOPB.— York. 

Qvabtbbk; 
106th Foot •. Preston. 

Yorkshire Yeomanry York. 



JVABTBBBD AT 



N Bat. 2nd Brig. Royal Artillery Coventry. 

• „ • do. • do. 

• Comp. Militia Engineera... • 



2nd DIVISION.— Head Quartern, Nortliamptoii. 
Btatf.— .^f in lii Army Corpi, 



Ist BRIGADE.— Northampton. 

QTkTT.—Ag in j»i Army Cwv* 
Battalioot. Quabtbbbd at 

Northampton and Rutland Militia Northampton 

1st Norfolk Militia Norwich. 

2nd do. Yarmouth. 

Snd BRIOASC—Northampton. 

Btavt.— .i« in \»t Army Corps. 

Battalxoxts. Qvabtxbbd at 

Cambridge Militia Ely. 

West Suffolk do Bury St. Edmunds. 

West Essex do Chelmsford. 



SIVISIOirAL TROOPS.— Northampton. 

QUABTBBBD AT 

76th Foot Sheffield. 

Southern Nottinghamshire Yeomanry. . . Nottingham. 
Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Worksop. 

• Bat. • Brig. Royal Artillery • 

• „ ♦ do. do • 

• Comp. MiHtia Engineers • 



1st BRIOABE.— Darlington. 

Btatf.— iff t» i«* Army Corpt. 
Battaliom. Quabtbbbd at 

North Lincoln Militia Lincoln. 

South Lincoln do Grantham. 

Nottingham do Newark. 

Sad BRIOABE.— Newcastle. 

Staff. — A$ in itt Army Corps. 
Battamoits. Quabtbbbd at 

Hertford Militia Hertford. 

Bedford do Bedford. 

Huntingdon do Huntingdon. 



3rd DIVISION.— Htfod QawrUr9t Darlington. 
Staff.— i4« in irt Army Corps. 

BIYI8I0HA£ TROOPS.— Darlington. 



Quabtbbbd at 
36th Foot Fleetwood. 

2nd West York Yeomanry TTii.Hfax 

• Bat. • Brig. Royal Artillery • 

• „ • do. do • 

• Comp. Militia Engineers • 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Donoaster. 



Staff.— ^t in xtt Army Corps. 
Quabtbbbd at 

6ih Dragoons Edinburgh. 

2lBt Hussars Leeds. 

4th Dragoon Guards York. 



Quabtbbbd at 
Ist West York Yeomanry Doncaster. 



* Bat. * Brig. R. Horse Artillery 
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8tli ARMY CORPS.— HiBacZ Qiiarters, Edinbnrgh. 

QTLrr.—Affor iH Army Corpi. 

Ist DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Edinburgli. 
Sta-tf. — A$ in itt Army Corpt. 



1st BSIOADS.— Edinburgh. 

Sja^w.-'Am in Iff Army Corp*. 
Rin^Ltoxs. Qtjiktzued at 

Kerrr Militia Traloe. 

N'.nhamb^land Militia AlnwicV. 

FeTioasA<?h Militia Enniskillon. 

Sad BBIGABS.— Edinbnrprfa. 
Stjlvf. — A§ in itt Army Corp*. 

BiTULIOVS. QUAHTIK*]) AT 

Asthm Militia Belftist. 

'"■^Tsn do Oavnn. 

Praeir*! do Liflbrd. 



DIVISIONAL T&OOPS.— Edinburgh. 

QUARTBRVD AT 

50th Foot Edlnbargh. 

Ayrshire Yeomanry Ayr. 

O Bat. 2nd Briff. Royal Artillery Glasgow. 

• „ • do. do ♦ 

* Comp. Militia Engineers * 



2nd DIVISION.— Fcad Quarters, Glasgow. 
BrKVF.—Ai in itt Army Carps. 



lit BBIOADE.— Glasgow. 
Btafv. — Am in xH Army Corp$. 
Bimuozrs. QuAUTBaaB it 

Hijrhksd Borderers Sfilitia Stirling. 

Hizhland Rifle.s do Dingwall. 

SojttiAh Borderers do Dumfrioe. 

Sad BRIGADE.— Hamilton. 
Statw.—As in i9t Army Corpn. 

BiTTAtlon. QUARTHKSD AT 

fcmberiand Militia Carli^o. 

1« Doiham Militia Barnard Castle. 

Sad do Dnrham. 



DIVISIOITAL TROOPS.— Glasgow. 

QrAaTKBED AT 



Queen's Own Lanarkshire Yebmanry... 



• Bat * Brig. Royal Artillery 

• „ * .. do. 

• Comp. Militia Engineers , 



Glasgow. 
Glasgow. 



3rd DIVISION.— HacuZ Quarters, Melrose. 
Statt.— -4» in Jit Army Oorpt, 



lat BBIOADE.— Melrose. 
Stavf.— .^« in i9t Army Corp9. 
Battauovs. Quabtirbd at 

Em* Yoric MiUtia Beverley. 

S-mhToA do Richmond. 

Wattmorelaad Militia .• Carlisle. 

2ad BBIOADS.— Melrose. 
Btatt.— ^« in Jit Army Corpt. 
UATT&uon. QrrAaTBsn) at 

5^ Uneashiie Militia Bnmley. 

66 do. Salford. 

Tti; do. Bnry. 



DIVISIONAL TEOOPS.-Melro8e. 

QUASTBBBD Al 

* FortG«orge. 

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* Comp. Militia Engineers * 



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Staff.— il* in id Army Corp$. 

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^efiBotdand A Cumberland Yeomanry Penrith. | 

I^kY^B^™.^!!^. " Lanark. • Bat.* Brig. R Harse Artillery.. 

EutLotluaaYeomaaiT.... Dunbar* I 

• Wanting. 



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GARRISON ARMY. 

PORTSMOUTH, 

Including laU of Wight, Soleritf Spitheadt Qoaport and Portsdovm Works, and the Drfeneeafrom 

Hvrst Castle to BeUea Bill. 

AidM d« Camp (Four), 
AjuMant Adjutant and Quarter Matter QeneraU (Twi), 
Major General Commanding Boyal ArtiUery. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Rogal ArHllety. 
Major General Commanding Rogal Engineen, 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Soyal Engineere. 
Major Oeneiral Commanding Isle of Wight. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Major General Commanding PoH month and Advanced Worhe. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Major General Commanding Gotpo^i and Advanced Worka 
Aidede Camp, 
Brigade Major, 

RE0T7LAB TBOOPS ...Infiuitry ret Bn, 24M Poot, ^2nd Foot, and « 

ArtiUery let, and, 3rd, 4th, sth, 6th and 7th Battery, 7th Brigade. 

Engineers ...16<A * and 24kth Company. 

HILITIA Infantry Hampshire ^ North Tipperary and Boyal Aberdeen SigUandere. 

Artillery Boyal Glamorgan, Isle of Wight, Haddington, Mampshire, FwfcBt, and South 

Tipporary. 

PENSIOinSRS Birmingham, Coventry, Derby, Halifax, Leeds, Leicmtw, xH md and Portsmouth 

and Southampton Districts. * 

V0LUKTEER8 InDwtry Detachments from the Counties of Berks, Bedford, Staford, Buehingham. WUts 

HanU (includinj Isle of Wwht), NotUng&m, Tort {Wet BidSg), Hertford,, 
Osford, Laneaeter and Northampton, ^ »• 

Artillery DetaehmenU from the Counties of HanU, York {Wut Siding), Stamtrd, and 

Laneaeter. 

Engineers.. .Z)«fa<y*m«i/* from the Counties of York (West Siding), Laneaster, HanU, ana 
Northampton, 



PLYMOUTH, 

Including Staddon, Bovisand Brealcwater, Maker aTid Whitsand Bay Works. 

St An. —Lieutenant General Commanding, 
Aides de Camp (T«o). 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General* (Two), 
Colonel Commanding Boyal Artillery, 
Aide de Vamp, 
Brigade Major, Boyal Artillery. 
Colonel Commanding Boyal Engineers. 
Aidede Camp. 
Brigade Major, Boyal Engineers. 
Major General Commanding Deaonport and Advanced Worke. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
M(yor General Commanding Plymouth and Advanced Works. 
Aide de Camp, 
Brigade Miyor, 

REGULAS TBOOPS ...Infkntry isi Bn. ISihFoot, 

Artillery ... *, •, *, *. and 19th Battery, llth Brigade, 
Engineers... * and l^th Company. 

UXLITIA Infkntry ...Cornwall Bangers, 1st Devonand 2nd Devon, 

Artillery ...ComwaU and Devon Miners, Lancashire, Fife, Devon and DnbUm Cify. 

PEKSIONEBB Bath, 2nd Manchester, 2nd Plymouth,lst Manchester, and let Plymouth Dtstrief*^ 

YOLXnTTEERS Infiuitry Detachments from the Counties cf Derby, Gloucetter, Warwick, Devon, Salop, and 

Artillery ...DetadimenUfrim the Counties of Devon (12tt and 18U Oorptonly), Sahp, Oloueeeter, 

and Worcester. 
Engineers ..DetackmewUfrom the Counties of Devon and GUmceeter. 

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PORTLAND, 

Inclvding the Feme, Ea8t Weir Breakwater, and Nothe Forts. 

Sim. — Mqjor Otueral Oommandinff, 
Aide ds Osaip. 
Brigade Major. 
lAetUenant Colonel Commanding Bogal Artillery, 
JUeuienant Colonel Commanding Sogal Engineert, 
KB&HLAX troops ...Artmexr ...xith Battery \Otk Brigade. 
«.^.._. Bngineers...* 

■niTlA. In&ntry Doreetehire, 

^ „ „ Artillfflry Cork City. 

JSF5SSSS. Taunton, Doreketter, and Trowbridge DietrieU. 

TQLuaxuOta Inftmtay Detachments Jrom the County ofDoreet, 

Artillery Detaekmentefrom the County <{fDor9et, 

DOVER, 

Inchiding Dover Castle, Drop Redoubt, Western Heights and Breakwater Batteries, also ForU and 
Batteries from Dymchurch to Ranisgate. 

Staw.— XitirfwMMrf General Commanding, 
Aidee de Camp {Two). 
AMietant Adjutant and Quarter Matter &e»eraU ITwo). 
Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery, 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Moyal Artillery. 
Colonel Commanding Royal Bngineere, 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Moyal ISngineert. 

n&HLAB mOOPS ...In&ntry 84<A Foot. 

^Tlery ...yd, 6th, jth, and 9th Battery Qth Brigade, 

^ngmoen .,.4tih Company, 

inUSlA. Inlkntry Baet Kent. 

AitiUery Kent. 



jm,vmrBSk V;'^^*::;; S*f *!te ^^^'^^^i^^- Northampton, and St^ord Diefriete. 

TBLinranRS mCuitiy 1>*^«^<. ^» the Tower Uamlete and tS Counties qf Xeni, Leieeeier, and 

ArtiUery ...Detaehmeuttfrom the let, 2nd, Zrd, 4/A, ^h OMque Porte, and lUh Kent, 

CHATHAM, 

Including the Medway and the Thames Defences. 
B'SAWW.-^General Commanding. 

Aidee de Camp (Four). 
Deputy Aifutant and Quarter Matter Generate (Two). 
Ateietant Adjutant and QuaHer Matter Qenerdle (Two), 
Brigadier General Commanding Royal Artillery. 
AidedeCamp. ^ ^ 9 

Brigade Major, Boyal Artillery. 
Colonel CommawUng Boyal Bngineere. 
Aidede Camp. 
Brigade Mty'or, Boyal Bngineert, 

CHATHAM DIVISION, 

Including Chatham Lines, Hoo and Damet Forts* 

BULWW.— Major General Commanding at Chatham. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
lAeutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillerv 
Adjutant, Boyal ArtUlery, ' ^ 

Lieutenamt Colonel Commanding Boyal Bngineert, > ' 

A4futant, Boyal Engineers. 

SHEERNESS DIVISION. 
Including Sheemess Lines, Garrison Point, Isle of Grain and Slough FoHk 

SiAWW.-^Mqfor General Commanding Sheemese 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
LieutenafU Colonel Commanding Boyal Artillery. 

A^utant, Boyal ArtUlery. 
Lieutenamt Colonel Commanding Boyal Engineers, 
Adjutant, Boyal Engineer; 
QfiniETBOOPS ...Infimtxy dlQthFoot. 

^*i?«y l^i* '3<*» is", and i6th Battery lltt Brigade. 

Sngineen...* Company. ' * 

"^mi .^Sjitxy 5M Mtddleeex, 

_ JkxtSXlBcj Durham, and Yorkthire. 

yj amUUKES Prmton, Chatham, Shrewsbury and Sh^ld DietrieU. 

▼GLQXTIBBS ^....^....Intkntry Detadimentefrom *he City of London attd County of Surrey. 

-^rti"«7 ^sSir^'^'sS ^Ke^L'^ ^"^ **'' '** ^*'^ *^ ^"^^^ "^ 5'*' ^'*' 10'* 

Sngineen ...Detaehmente from the City of London and Tower Samlete, 
.* Wanting. 



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TILBURY DIVISION, 
Including TiVbwryt Qravesend, Coalhouse, Sfhommeade and Cliffy Forts. 

QTJLTT,^l4euUnani General Comwuimdinff, 
AidM d» Camp (Two). 
AuUtamt Adjutant and Quarter Matter &€n^al$ {Two), 
Colonel Commanding Bojfal ArtOUry, 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Jiogal ArtUlerg. 
Colonel Commanding Royal Engineered 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major t Bogal JSngineere. 
Major QeneraU Commanding ^olnnteer Brigade* {Vowr), 
Aidee de Camp (Four). 
Brigade Majore (Four). 

REOTJLAS TSOOPB ...ArtiUery 8^ Baiierg m Brigade, 14^ and xSM Baiterg llth Brigade, 

Engineers ...3^th Company. 

HILITIA ArdUery Nortkumlerland, Argyle and Bute, and Antrim, 

PJOrSIONEBS London Dietrict. 

let Saet DtirMum, 2»d do. ; let Wett DtoUoM, 2nd de.s \ei Jforik Divieion, 

2nd do. s South Divieion ; Woolmidi and Oreenmidt, 

▼OLUKTEESS Inflmtry Detaeimente from the County ofMiddUeex. 

Artillery Detachmente from the County ofMxddleeex and let Xent Corpt, 

Engineers ..J)etachmentt from the County r^Middleeex. 



HARWICH, 

Including Lcmdguard Fort and Harwich Defences, Circular Redoubt, Angel Gate Battery , Shctletj 

Battery and adjacent Towers, 

BCAVV. — Mqjor General Commanding. 
Aide de CSuflip. 
Brigade Miyor. 
Zientenani Colonel Commanding Jtoyal Artillery, 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Boyal Engineer*. 

.SSOUIAU T&OOPS ...Infantry 69^ Foot. 

Artillery 2nd Battery Bth Brigade. 

Engineers ... * 
HILITIA Infantry Eeeex Sifle*. 

Artillery ...Weet Suffolk. 

f EV8I0REB8 Ipewich Dietriet. 

VOLUNTESBS Inflintry ...Detachmente from the County of Suffolk, 

Artillery ...Detachmente from the County of Eeeex, 



PEMBROKE, 

Including Stack Rock, South Hoolc, Popton Point, Huhherstone, West Bloclchouse, Thorne Island, 
Mumbles, St. Catherine's Island, Scoveston, 

ScAVr.-^JtfVor General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
lAeutenant Colonel Commanding Boyal Artillery, 
Heutenani Colonel Commanding Boyal Engineer*, 

BSOULAB TBOOPS ...ArtiUery 4^* and 5th Battery QM Brigade. 

Engineers . . . QS^'d Company. 

MILITIA Infuatry Merioneth, Badnorand Brecon, 

Artillery Carmarthen, and Pembroke. 

PEK6I0VSB8 Woreeeter, Cardiff, and Qlouceeter Dietriet*. 

TOLTTIITEERS Infl&ntry Detachment* from the Omniie* qf Cardigan, Montgomery, Radnor, BreelnocJe, and 

Pembroke. 

Artillery Detachment* from the Couniie* of Glemorgan and Pembroke, 

Engineers . . . Detachment* from the County of Flint, I 



EDINBURGH, 

Including Leith Fort and D^ences, 

Su.n.— IfajM* General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
A**ietant AtHutaiU and Quarter Matter QenertU* {Two)k 

Brigade Major. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Boyal Artillery. 
lAeutenant Colonel Commanding Boyal Engineer*. 

BEGULAB TSOOPS ...Artniery 17th Battery llth Brigade. 

Engineers . . . I3th Company. 

PENSIONERS Edinburgh, Paieley, Perth and Stirlinq Dietriet*, 

TOLUlfTESRS Infantry Detachment* from the City of Edinburgh and the Couniie* of Midlothian at 

Haddington. 

Artillery DetachmenU jrom the City qfEdinbmrgh and the Countie* of Midlothian a* 

Haddington. 
Engineers —D«<aeAflM«i«/rom the County qf Lanark. 

• Wanting. 



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oobe; 

Inchtding Spike Island, Camden and CarUele Forte* 

BcAFV.— •Jfa/of* OtfunU CommamUng, 
JLidt dt CSmnp. 
Airiitant A4pUant and Quartsr MasUr QftraU {Two) 
Major 



Brigade Major. 

Lieu£nuaU Cokm-. 

LUuttnoMt Colonel Commanding Sogal 



LieuUnant Colonel Commanding Sogal Artillery. 
' Sngimeen. 



SS6ULAX TB00P8 ...Inlkntxy 103rd Foot and * 

ArtiUeiy jth Battery iQth Brigade, 

Engineers... * 

AIUTIA. Infantxy Nortk, and South Mayo. 

Artillery Donegal. 

TOaOSSBB Ut Cork^ Tralee, Clonmel, and TuUamort DietrieU, 



DUBLIN, 

Including Kingetovon, Howth, Pigeon Houee, CasUe and Magazine ForU, 

Btxrv,— Major General Gmmanding, 
Aide de Camp. 
Aeeietant Adiutant and Quarter Maeter Generalt (Two). 

Brigade Major. 
Lienienant Colonel Commanding Royal ArtUUry. 
Ltentenant Colonel Commending Soyal Sngiueen. 

ISOULAB TB00P8 Inihntry • and e4ttk Foot. 

Artillery nth Battery IQth Brigade. 

VmiA — ^.. JjaS^^...'.'.'.Kildar». 

Artilleiy Bdinburgh. 

^»rr, JOikenny, at Dublin, ondDuiUn, Carlow, and Longford Diatriei$, 



JERSEY. 

BtJLW9.— Major General Commanding, 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, 
Lieutenant Colonel Ommanding Royal ArHUery, 
Lienienani Colonel Commanding Royal Bngineen, 

SSSVIAX TB00P8 ...Inftntry a Companiee Kyfth Foot. 

ArtOlery Malf 6th Battery IQth Brigade, 

Bngineera... * 
ITUTTA. Inflmtry^...!*^. 2nd, Srd, ith, and bth Jereey, 

ArtUlary Iri, 2nd, Zrd, Ath, and m Jer$ey. 



GUERNSEY. 

BTArw.^Major General Commanding, 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade M<nfor. 
Liemtenani Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lienienant Colonel Commanding Royai Engineer*, 

USZLUL XSOOPS ...Infantry a Companiet I07th Foot. 

ArUUery Salf 6lh Battery iQth Brigade, 

Sngineere ... * 
num.. Inflmtry Ut, 2nd, 3rd, and 4M Light Infantry, 

Artillery Qnerneey, 



ALDERNEY. 

Statv.— Jfa;or General Commanding, 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
lAeutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royai Engineere. 

SZ6IU1 TS0OP8 ...Infantry 4 Companiee 107« Foci. ^ 

Artillery 9th and xoth Batteriee \Oih Brigade, 

Bngineerg... * 

MEITU JLrtillery Aldemey. 

PXnniXES Jereey Dietrict, 



SMALL FORTS AND POSTS IN IRELAND. 

i^:l^id»%y Forte and Batteries at Athlone, Belfast, Lough SwilUff Lough Foyle, Ennishillen, KiVcenrin, 
Tarhert, Carrig, Bcattery, Limerick, Charles Fort, Kinsale and Waterford. 
Under the command of the General of the District. 

3S&UIAE TB00P8 ...ArUllezy ith Battery 10th Brigade. 

EngineerB... * 

irr.7Tli. In»ntry Queen** County, Carlow, Londonderry, Weetmeath, Meath and Leitrim. 

Artilleiy Mid Uleter, Wateiford.West Cork and Limeriek. 

MJBAnngtB AthUme, let Betfaet, 2nd Belfaet, Armagh, Londonderry, Enn ikiUcn, CimwA. 

Limerick, Snnia and Wdtetford Dietricte, 
* Wanting. 



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LIST OF REGULAR TROOPS AT HOME 
AND MILITIA. 

With their Brigades, Divisions, and Army Oorps, or Oarrisons, 

FOR MOBILIZATION. 

K.6.— The Qnartera of the Troops detennine their place in the Field, or Garrison, Army : Troops changingr 
quarters change their place for mobilization accordingly. 



CAVALRY. 



SetHmmii. Army Corp; 

z Life Gnarda Cayalry Brigade 3 

2 , Do. 8 

Royal Horse Groards. . Do. 3 

a Dragoon Gnards ... snd Division 4 

3 „ ... zst Division 4 

4 „ ... Cavalry Brigade 7 

5 >. - go 2 

7^ » ... Do 6 

z Diagoona Do. 

2 Do. 4 

3 Hnssaars Do. 1 



Beffimeni. Army Corpr. 
4 Hnssaxs Cavalry Brigade 1 



5 Lanoers 

6 Dragoons.. 

7 Hussars .. 
" •> 

z6 Lanoers ... 
zSHnssars .., 
z9 „ 



'Do. " 5 

Do 7 

Do 4 

Do 2 

Do 2 

Garrison London 

, 3rd Division 4 

, Cavalry Brigade 4 

Do 7 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 
EOBSE ABTILLIBT. 



Army Cvrp$, 

4 Batteiy A Brigade ... Cavalxy Brigade 2 

B „ „ M ... Army Corps Artillery 4 

„ „ „ ... Do. 2 

H .. ., Do 1 

K „ „ Do 3 

F „ B „ ... Do 8 

Q M » M ... Do 4 



Army Corp$, 

H Battery B Brigade... Army Corps Artillery 4 

I » M M ... Cavalry Brigade 4 

K „ „ „ ... Do 8 

D „ „ ... ArmyCorps Artillery 2 

B „ „ „ ... Do 1 

F „ „ „ ... Cavalry Brigade 1 

G ,, „ „ ... Army Corps Artillery 2 



FIELD A&THLEBT. 



Army Corpt, 
A Battoxy zst Brigade Army Corps Artillery 2 



B 

G 
D 

£ 
F 
O 
H 

I 
K 
L 

N 
O 
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... 3rd Division 3 

...3rd .. ? 

... zst , 1 

...and „ 2 

... zst », 1 

Army Cozps Artillery 1 

. 3ra Division 4 



... and 
... and 
... and 
... zst 
... zst 
... 1st 
... and 
... zst 
... and 

... 3rd 
... iBt 



P Battery 3rd Brigade 



4th 



5th 



6th 



Army CorpK 

... and Division 4 

... x8t „ 2 

... and „ 1 

... and , 2 

...and „ a 

... Md » 1 

... «nd „ 1 

... 3rd „ 1 

... 3rd „ 1 

ArmyCorps Artillery 1 

... zst Division 3 

...»»* ». 3 

...3rd , 2 

... 3Td .. 2 

... i»t „ 1 

Army Corns Artillery 2 

... zst Division 3 

...and S 



Oarri$on* 
I Battery 7 Brigade ... Portsmouth 

a Portsmouth 

... Portsmouth 
... Portsmouth 
... PorUmouth 
... Portsmouth 
... Portsmouth 
... Harwich 
... Dover 
... Pembroke 
... Pembroke 



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4 


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7 

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»» 


'8 


3 


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9 


4 


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5 


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8ABBIB0V ABTHIERT. 

Oarrittm, 
6 Battery 9 Brigade ... Dover 
.Dover 



... Tilbury 
... Dover 

a Jersey 
Guernsey 
... Cork 

)\ Limerick 
i Charles Fort 
I Waterford 
... Aldemey 



Garruom^ 
zoBatteiyzo Brigade... Aldemey 



13 
14 
15 
z6 
17 
z8 
»9 



.. Dublin 
,, ...Portland 
Chatham & Shecmess 
Chatham & Sheemes; 
„ ...Tilbury 
Chatham & Sheemes^ 
Chatham A Bheerr.cs* 

EdinboT^h 

„ ... Tilbui^ 

... Plymontii 



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Armji Oorp9» 

A Tn^p £. E. Train Army CorpB EnfirxneerB 1 

^ « *• do. k 1 

j«CompMiy z8t Division.... 1 



13:11 



QarriAon Dover 

and Division 4 

ist , 3 

Garrison Edinburgli 

Garrison Plymouth 

.Army Corps EcjSineers 2 

Garrison Portsmouth 



T7th Comnanv .... 


Amp Corf. 
xst Division 2 


x8th „ 


3rd „ 4 


zoth 


.. iBt 4 


20th .. 


2nd ,f 1 


33rd ,, 


3rd „ 1 

Army Corps Enf^eers 1 


2Ath 


Garrison Purtamonth 


?7rd .. 


Grarrison Pembroke 


54th 


Garrison Tilbury & Thames 



INFANTRY. 



SiHalion, Srtgade, Diviaion, ArmyCorp$, 1 

I B«ua2ion Grenadier Gds... z x 3 

,, ,, Garrison London 

... a I 3 

, Coldstream Guards... 2 i 



, SeouGoara* 2 

♦ » ... I 

2nd Foot I 

3rd , 2 

. 5th „ 2 

. 7th 

' 8th I 

9^1 „ 2 

>. toifh „ 1 

. nth „ 

. lath , 

. ijth „ .... 

. 15th „ .... 

' i6th 

. iBlh „ .... 

. i9lh , 

MCh ,, 

. 2Mld , 

, 13rd „ .... 

. a4th „ .... 

. 23th „ .... 

30U1 

2bth „ .... 

3oU& „ .... 

3«t , 

jand „ .... 

36th „ ... 

37lh 



I 3 

I 3 

I 3 

I 3 

1 I 1 

2 9 ...... X 

2 3 1 

3Div.Bn.4 

X X 5 

2 I 1 

1 X 1 

3Div.Bn.6 

iDiv.Bn.1 

. . . Grarrison Ply moutn 

X 2 1 

X 2 4 

, I Div.Bn.2 

X X 2 

xDiv.Bn.6 

1 1 4 

aDiv.Bn.1 

Garrison Portsmouth 

X 1 5 

X 2 2 

2 X 1 

Garrison Chatham 

2 3 1 

2 9 2 

3Div.Bn.7 

3Div.Bn.5 



BaUdUon. Brigade. Dtoinoi*. Army Corpt, 

38th Foot T 2 4 

41st „ I X 2 

43ud „ Garrison Portsmouth 



45th 

49th 
50th 

52Ud 

53rd 
55th 
56th 

I Bn. 60th L 


»» •••■..... 


X 
X 
2 


z 2 


3 1 




a 1 


** 


I Div.Bn. 8 






a Div.Bn. 2 


ff 


1 

2 


a 2 

2 1 

a Div.Bn. 5 


im^ :::": 




I Div.Bn. 8 


64th Foot - 




.. Garrison Dublin 


69lh 

B 

Sand 






Garrison Harwich 


»i 

»» 

$t 


2 

X 
I 


X 2 

a Div.Bn. 7 

•.•;;.:•. \ ::;:::::. I 


84th 
86th 


" 


Garrison Dover 


** 


2 


3 1 


87th 
95th 
96th 
103rd 
zo4th 
105th 
iG6th 


" 


3 Div.Bn. 1 


.. 


X 

a 


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** 




" 


X 
. X 


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X Div.Bn. 7 


'* 


" 


Z07th 

xoSth 


" 


2 

a 
a 

X 

z 


a 2 


xo9th- 
I Bn. Hifle 


Brigade.:. 

r» 


X 2 

2 2 


3 fi i> 


1 4 



MILITIA. 
AKTILLERY. | 



ENGLAND AND WALES. 



ifp»nt, Oarriton. 

<^«»a 

'^•BMiJjia Pembroke. 

C nviii and Devon Miners Plymouth. 

I*"-i Do. 

t'-^in Chatham. 

'^*unna Portsmouth. 

?«=?*:« Do. 

I**tfVi^ ^ Do. 



Btgimeni. 

Kent Dover. 

L^ucashiro Plymouth. 

Norfolk Coast. 

Northumberland Tilbury. 

Pembroke Pembroke. 

Suft'olk Harwich. 

Sussex Newhaveu. 

Yorkshire Chatham. 



j-TT^sz^Bola Tilbury. 

ftt-abwgh. Dublin. 

ri^t Plymouth. 



SCOTLAND. 



Forfar and Kin cardine Portsmouth. 

Ha<l(linf^n, Berwick, Lin- \ , . 
Uthgow, and Peebles ) '^' 



IRELAND. 



A*na Tilbury. 

< fkC*y Portland. 

^«K(Wm) Behtot, Louffh Swilly, and 

_ Lough Foyle. 

In*!^ rork. 

w**a Ciiy Plymouth. 

*J^w%,j ._ 



Limerick City Charles Port & Waterford. 

Mid-UUter Athlone. 

SliK') 

South Tipperary Portsmouth. 

Watorford The Shannon 

Wicklow 



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ZHVAITTRT. 

ENGLAND AND WALBS. 



Mtgimmt, Bfigads, XHoitUm. Army Corpt. 

Bedlbra - a ...... 3 7 

Berks a a 5 

Books a a 5 

Oambridge a a 7 

OamaiTOzi a z 6 

istCheshiie x x 6 

end Do X 3 6 

Cornwall Garrison Plymouth 

Oombflrland a a 8 

Denlugh z z 6 

zi* Derby x 3 6 

and Do x 3 6 

ist DoTon Garrison Plymouth 

and Do Do. 

Dorset Garrison Portland. 

xst Durham a a 8 

and Do a a 8 

Essex Rifles Garrison Harwich 

West Essex a 2 7 

Flint a x 6 

Glamoma a 3 4 

Koith Glouoeeter x 3 5 

South Do X 3 5 

Hampshire Garrison Portsmouth 

Hereford x 3 4 

Hertford a 3 7 

Huntingdon a 3 7 

Bast Kent Garrison Dover 



West Do 

zst Lancashire 



and 
3id 
4th 
Sth 
6th 
-th 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Laioeeter . 

North Lincoln z 

South Do z 

London z 



SeffimenL Sriffode. JDurimon. Armg Corp: 

Merioneth Garrison Pembroke 

Bast Middlesex a 3 3 

and Do a 3. tt 

3rd Do a 3 3 

4th Do x 3 3 

5tb Do Garrison Chatham 



Montgomery x 

ist Norfolk X a 

and Do x a 

Northampton and BuUand z a 

Northumberland x z 

Nottiiu^ham x 3 

Oxford X 3^ 



Radnor Garrison rcmbroko 



Shropshire . 

xst Somerset z 

and Do i 

zBt StaiTord a 

and Do a 

3rd Do a 

West Suffolk a 

zst Surrey.. a 

and Do a 

3rd Do a 



King's Own Tower Hamlets a 

Queen's Own Do. a 

zst Warwick a 

and Do a 

Westmoreland x 

Wiltshire s 

Worcester a 

East York z 

North York x 

zst West York a 

and Do a 

3rd Do a 

4th Do 

5th Do z 

6th Do x 



& 

4 
4 
6 

a 6 

a 6 

2 7 

a 3 

a 3 

2 3 

sDiv.Bn.S 
& 
5 
4 
4 
8 
5 
5 
8 
8 
4 
4 
4 
sDiv.Bn.4 

X 7 

X 7 



SCOTLAND. 



Aberdeenshire Garrison Portsmouth 

Ayr and Wigtown x 3 2 

Boinburgh a x 4 

Highland Borderers x a 8 

Highland Light Inflemtry zDi7.Bn.4 

Highland Rifles z a 8 



zst Lanark a z 4 

and Do a z 4 

Perth z 3 2 

Renfirew z 3 2 

Scottish Borderers z a 8 



IRELAND. 



Antrim a x 8 

Armagh 3Div.Bn.2 

Oarlow GarrisonLough Swilly 

OaTan - a z 8 

Olare a z 6 

North Cork a 3 2 

South Cork 2 3 2 

Donegal a x 8 

North Down a z 7 

South Down a z 7 

Dublin Coumy a z 7 

DublinCity x a 6 

Fermanagh z x 8 

Galway a 3 g 

Kerry z x 8 

Kildare Garrison Dublin 

Kilkenny z a 8 



King's County z a 3 

Leitrim Garrison Kinsalo 

Limerick z a 3 

Londonderry Gsnison Limerick 

I<')zigford z a 5 

Louui z 2 5 

North Mayo Garrifion Cork 

South Mayo Do. 

Meath Garrison Lough Foyle 

Monaghan z 2 5 

Queen's Go Garrison Athlono 

Roscommon x a 6 

North Tipperary Garrison Portsmouth 

Tyrone aDiv.Bn.3 

westmeath Garrison Belfast 

Wexford 9 z 6 



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ENQLAND and WAI«ES. 

"I^^ 1 Bfigaie 2>epai, ajswOASTLI, temporarily at BJSUWIUK. Coun/jr. KosTnuaiBr.Ri.LND. 
A* Vi Jit U n t tn an f CofoiMJ.— George Craster Lambert, to Mayre ; Colonel, 30 Oct. 74. 
FmfmatUr.—Johxi Aathony Kysh* 7 Nov. 56 j Son. Major, 6 July 67. 
QsmarUr MatUr. — 
Imitgimnt, xst m4 and Batt. 5th.— in/t^i •. tst Northumberland, and Northumberland (to be raitfd). 

VuUmteers, ist A.dmiuistratiye Battalion Northumberland, 3th Northum- 
berland, zBt Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

IJ^ Q Brigade Depot, GABLI8LS. Countiee, CvunzRhuro, WKBTicoasLi.ir]>. 

11 U' ia* lieuten a mt CbfosW.— George Vincent Watson, 31 Oct. 77; Cotonel^n Aug. 74. 

PflfMOff er.— Terrenoe Bowan, z6 Sept. 59 ; Q.lf., a8 April 54 ; Hon. Major , z6 SepC 69. 
Qmari«r Maeter.— 
lMeRegimeat»,Hth,Kiii. If i^ta, Cumberland. Westmoreland. 

VolunUen, ist Admioistrativo Battalion Cumberland, ist Adm. Batt. Westmoreland. 

1lJ#% O Brigade Depot, VEW0A8TLS, prooieionally at SXTNOEBLANB. County, Dubuam. 
11 Vf f^i ZMBtoMM/ Goiontfj. — Lord John H. Taylonr, 31 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 29 June 75. 
P<qr"Mi<«r.^DaYid Hepworth, Z2 Aug. 62; Honoratrg Mtyor, za Aug. 77* 
Qmartor Matter. — 
UmBigmente, Mth, IMOu— Militia, zst and an^l Durham. 

Volanteere, zst, and, 3rd aul 4th Adminifltrativo Battalions Durham, 3rd Durham . 

}Jfs A Brigade Depot, BIGHKOVD (Yorkshire) . County, Nobth Riniiro ov Yobk. 
*^ W. Tm Ueutenant Colonel. —Bjohert Modeler. 23 Feb. 78 : Colonel, i Oct. 77. 

Fojfmaeter.'-Bjolieri Anderson, 35 May 60 ; lion. Major, 29 April 7Z. 
Qmarter Maeter. - 
limtEigiment, 1st and and Batt. 19th.~lft/t/Mi. zst North York, and North York (to be raieed). 

Vohtnteere, zst and 2nd Administrative Battalions North EUdirg Yorks tiire. 

ySt\ C Brigade Depot, BEVXRCET. Connty, Ea.bt Ridixo ov Yosx. 

11 U. sJm Uentenamt Colonel.S, W. F. M. Wilson, Z7 Oct. 77; Colonel, 22 April 76. 

PayMocftr.— Frederick Blanco Forster, 5 Deo. 51 ; Hon. Major, 5 Dec. 6z. 
Qmarior Master.— 
urn Regiment, ist and and Batt. 15th.— Jf*/»7ia, zst East York, and East York (to be raised). 

Volunteert. zs^ A dministrativo Battalion East Riding YorkMbfre, i8t East 
Riding Yorkshire. 

}J/\ O Brigmde DepotfTOBX., County. PartofVfws RiDiiro ov Yoax. 

*^U« Mm T i eufe nant Colonel.— Thomas Francis Lloyd, 6 Nov. 78; Colonel, 9 Aug. 78. 



qnmrtsr Maeter.— 
Xta* Btfiment, zst and snd Batt. Uth.— Militia, 5th and 2nd West York. 

Volunteert, zst Administrative Battalion West Riding Yorkshire. 



Brigade Depot, P0HTE7RACT. Conniy, Wbst Rinxv8 ov obkbhirb. 
lAemiemmmt Cofone/.— Freilerick Hardv, 29 Deo. 77; Colonel, 5 May 74. 



!No.7. 

ir. — George Blurcon, la j'ane'6o ; iton. Mcyor, aj July 70. 

! I^ Begimeate, SMhTstth.— Jft/ifia, 3KI West York. 

I Volmuteere, 4th Adm. Batt. West Riding Yorkshire, and West Riding Yorkshire. 

Hn ft ^^*~ Metiwtonie, 51st, 105th.— 3ft7Uia, zst West York. 

*^ Vi 0« Fofanf««r*, 3rd Adm. Battalion West Riding Yorkshire, 7th West Riding Yci kshirou 

Nn Q Brigade Depot, HALIFAZ. Connty, Fart of Wbst Riniiro ov Yobk. 

*^ V. a. XMK/eMJtf Cbfo«««.— Charles Blowritt, 1 May 78; Colonel, za Feb. 78. 

PaysMuftfr.- Christopher Myers Dawes, 30 Aug. 64 ; Hon. Major, 30 Aug. 79. 
Quari^r Maeter. — 
^Bigimente, Ad, TSth.- IfOttta, 6th West York. 

YoUtnteere, and Administrative Battalion Weat Riding Yorkshire, 3rd (3Qth attaeheil) 
and 4th We4t Riding Yorkshire. 

No in Brigade Depot,YOBX,prooisionally at BBADTOBJ). CoKMfv, Par/ of Wxst Rinnro of Yobk. 
•'V. xv. LiemtemaMt Colonel.— Ytohert Blackall Montg)mery, zs March 79 ; Colonel, z April 78. 
FagmasUr. — Grahame Craig, z April 57 ; Hon. Mtyor, zo July 72. 
Qpewfer "ffvHtr,— 
2fl< iegimeat, iK mmI and Batt. 14th. —MilUia, 4th West York. 

Volunteert, 5th Administrative Battalion West Riding Yorkbluru, a9tb 
and 34th West. Riding Yorkshire. 

Ko 1 1 -l^ad* Depot, LAV0A8TER, temporarily at FLEETWOOB. County, Fart o/Lixcashibb. 
'^* **• Zientomamt Colonek— Andrew Campbell Knox Lock, 21 June 79 j Colonel, z Oct. 77. 
Fagwtaeter.— John Falls, 4 Dec. 57; Hon. Major, z6 Oct. 7Z. 
. . 4imHor Maeter.-^ 

^ hfimeai, xst amd and Batt. Uh,—MiUtia, zst Lancashire. 

FotoiUeer*, 5th Administrative Battalion Lancasliiro. 

No 1Q Ariya^ i>9o/, PXB8TOV. CMi«/y, Par/ o/Li.ircA8HiBB. 

•iwi x^, JUeutamuU CoUmel.—Wmiam Charles Bancroft, zo Apr. 79 ; Colonel, 14 Aug. 72. 
Fagmatter.-^John Falls, 4 Dec. 57 ; Hon. Major, i6 Oct. 7Z. 
Quarter Maeter,— 
^Meyiments, fTkh, tUt.— JTUUm, 3rd Lancashire. 

Volu*leere,6ih Adm.Batt. Lancashire, a7th (Sand oMacAcd) Lanrashiro 

(No I5t Ary«d«J]t90«, WAXBIiraTOH. CoNn/y, Part <tfLAjrCA8HXBV. 

I ' wi AWa iMEteMKfrf OoIomX.— JoMjph dc Montmorency, aa Oct. 79; Colonel, z6 Aug. 78. 

P«!r«a«C»r.— Franoia 0. Sargeant-Openshaw, ao July 66 j Hon. Major, 37 July 76. 
, - Qjuarter Master,— 

' '<« Megmmt, lAmmdmd Batt ath.— ^/ilMo, and Lancashire. 

Volmuteere zst (z3th, 48th, 54th aifa«A«<Q, 5th, zsth, 64tha)iJ8oLU Lane a'liro 

'No 14 ^ ^'f *"'* "** <<^ •lii4.-JfU»/ui, 4th Lansaahire. 

' *^* Volunteere, 9tii Administrauve Battalion Lancashire, 47(11 Lancaslnif* 

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19 Staff. — Sub JJistncts. 

KIr\ 1 R Brigade Depot, BUBITLEY. Counfs, Part qf Lakcabhibb. 
X^ Ut XsJt Lieutenant Colonel.— John Thompson, 12 June 78 ; Colonel, 96 Maroh 78. 
Pay«ia«<«r.— William Hughes, 20 Nov. 67 ; Hon. Major, as March 79. 
(Quarter Maeier.^' 
Line Begimenie, 80th, 69th.— Jftfttia, 5th Lancashire. , , . 

Volunteers, 3rd and 8th Administrative Battalionfi Lancashire. 

Xr^^ 1 /> Brigade Depot, A8HT0V. Countp, Part o/LurcASHixn. 

Xi O. X Q. Lieutenant Colonel.— "RohoTt Bruce Chichester, 15N0V. 79 J Colonel, 24 Dec. 75- 
Paymoaitfr.— Horatio Morgan, 17 Sept. 58 i .&©». M<vor, 17 Sept. 73. 
QuarttfT Maeter. — 
Xtn«lZ«ffime«f#,68rd,96th.—3fiZ««a, 6th Lancashire. - . ^^^ 

Volunteere, 4th oni 7th Adm. Batt. Lancashire, 6th, 33rd, 40th and 56th Lancaahire. 

TCr -^ T ry Brigade Depot, BTTET. County, Par/ of Laitcashibb. 

X>l Ui X ff ■ £ieue«itaYii Coto»«Z.— William Heniy Kerr, 30 Mar. 78 ; Colonel, i Oct. 77. 

Pay««<*r.— William Stewart Thorburn, 19 Feb. 67; Mon. Captain, 19 Feb. 7a. 
Quarter Maeter. — 
Line Regiment, xst and and Batt. 80th.— ITiZtfia, 7th Lancnshirc. 

Volunteer; 8th and 24th Lancashire. 

ICfi^ 1 Q Brigade Depot, CHESTER. County, Chxshibb. 

X^ XJm XO ■ Xtctf/«»afl/ CoZontfZ.— Thomas Tyacke, i May 78 ; Colonel, aj Apr. 78. 

Payni«/«r.— Nathaniel Byre Robbins, 14 Jan. 62 5 Hon. Major, 14 Jan. 77. 
Quarter Maeter. — 
Line Begiment, ist and and Batt. 88nd.— Ift^us, ist and and Cheshire. 

Volunteere, xst, and, 3rd, 4th, and 5th AdministratlTe Battalions Cbeshire. 

("KT^^ 10 Brigade Depot, LIOJLFIJBLD. County qfSmnouji. 

I X>l O a X W ■ Lieutenant Colonel.— Edmrmd M. Manningham-Baller, 3 Feb. 77 ; Colonel, x6 Oct. 75. 
' Paymaeter. — 

I Q;tiarter Maeter. — 

-( Line Begimente, «8th, Wi\h.—MilUia, and and ist Staflford. 

I Volunteere, xst and and Administrative Battalions Staffordshire. 

I XT^ O A -^'"^ Begimenti, 64th, 98th. — Ifi/i^ta, 3rd Stafford, 4th Stafford {to be raieed). 

\ X^ Urn 2j V/ ■ Volunteers, 3rd, 4th and 5th Administrative Battalions Staffordshire. 

1^ ^^ Q 1 Brigade Depot, SHBEWSBITBT. Coun<t«t, Shbopbhibb and Moittooxbbt. 
XN U> 2j X I Xieu/ffnan/ Co2on02.— Fiennes Middleton Colvile, CB. 9 Dec. 76 ; Colonel, ax April 7a. 
Paymaeter. — 
^Mrter Maeter. — 
Line Begimente, 48rd, 68rd.— IfiZi/ia, Montgomery, xst Shropshire, and Shropshire ( to he raieed). 
Volunteers, xst and and Administrative Battalions Shropshire. 

l^^^^ 00 PrtyodeDtfpo^ WOBOEBTEE. Cown^Mj, Wobcbstbbshzbb, Hbbbfobdshibb. 
XN Urn 2j 2j ■ Lieutenant Co2on«2.— Fits William Frederick Hunter, 19 Deo. 77 ; Colonel, 97 Jan. 74. 
Paymaeter.— o. Robert Scott, ao Feb. 5a ; Hon. Major, 20 Feb. 6a. • 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Begimente. Sffth^ 86th.— IftZi/ta, Worcester, Hereford. 

Volunteers, xbX, and and Adm. Batt. Worcestershire, xst Adm. Batt. Herefordshire. 

ICr^^ Q Q Brigade Depot, WBSZHAM. Counties, Aitolbsba, Cabvabvoit, Dbvbioh, Flutt, Mxbxoitbth. 
X^ \Jm 2jOi Lieutenant CofeneZ.— William Cooper, a 7 Feb. 75 ; Colonel, 17 April 7a. 

Poymocfcr.— Augustus Bolle de Lasalle, x8 May 58 ; Hon. Major, xx Mar. 72. 
Quarter Matter.- 
Line Begiment, 1st and and Batt. ZBvd.— Militia, Flint, Denbigh, Carnarvon, Merioneth, Anglesea. 

Volunteers, xst Administrative Battalion Carnarvonshire, xst Acbninis- 
trative Battalion, Denbighshire, xst Adm. Batt. Flintshire. 

T^r\ O ^ Brigade Depot, OAEBITF. Counties, Pbk bbokb, Cabhabthbv. Glamobgait. 
X^i/a 2j%« Lieutenant Colonel. — G«orge Carden, 31 Oct. 77 ; CofonW, 5 Oct. 77. 

Payifui«e«r.— Frederick Francis Fereday, 9 Nov. 55 ; Hon. Mqjor, 9 Nov. 7a 
Quarter Maeter.— 
Line Begimente, 4l8t, 69th.— JfUt^ia, xst Glamorgan, and Glamorgan (to he raieed.) 

Volunteers, xst Administrative Battalion, Pembrokeshire, 1st Administrative Batta- 
lion Carmarthenshire, ist, 2nd, 3rd (4th, 5th attached) Glamorganshire. 

1^/% O r^ Brigade Depot, BBECOIT. Counties, Cabdioait, Badhob, Bbbcov, MomfOUTH. 
X^ KJm ^\Jm Lieutenant Colonel.— Gbasiw M'Clintock Cotton, 12 June 78 ; Colonel, 30 April 78. 
Paymaeter. — Hairy Manning, i July 62 ; Hon. Major, 1$ Oct. 73. ' 
Quarter Maeter. — 
Line Begiment, ist and 2nd Batt. 84th.— IftZt^Ja, Monmouth, Radnor, Cardigan, Brecon. 

Volunteere, iBt Administrative Battalion Brecknockshire^ xst and and 
Administrative Battalioas Monmouthshire, and Monmouthshire. 

l^n O A Brigade Depot, DEBET. County, Dbbbt. 

X^ U ■ 2j vl I Lieutenant Colonel. — James Sinclair Thomson, 3 Apr. 78 ; Colonel, 97 July 71. 
P<iyma«J0r.— Frank Samwell, xa Aug. 6a; Mon. Major, x9Sept. 73. 
(garter Maeter.-' 
Line Begimente, Mth, ^ih..—MilUia, and and xst Derby. 

Volunteers, xst and 3rd Administrative Battalion Derbyshire. 
f^f\ O 17 Brigade Depot, LEICESTEB,. Counties, Nottibohau, Lbicbstbb. 
X^ %Jm Zl I ■ Lieutenant Colonel.— "EAwKr^ Chippindall, CB. 3 Apr. 78 ; Colonel, 14 Aug. 7*. 
Paymawter. — 
Quarter Maeter.— 
lAne Begimente, xst and and Batt. 17th, 48th.— IfiiiKa, xst Leicester, and Leicester {to he raieed), Nottingham. 

Volunteere, xst Administrative Battalion LeioesterBhire, 
xst Adm. Batt. Nottinghamshire, xst Nottinghamshire. 

Nr\ Oft Brigade Depot, WABWIOK. County, Wabwick. 
w« ^Oa Lieutenant Colonel.— John Hart Dunne, 31 Octj7 ; Colonel, as Nov. 70. 

Paymw^cr.— de Pentheny dePentheny CKelly, a8 Deo. 60; Hon.Major, 4 July 74. 
Quarter Matter.— 
Line Begiment, xst and and Batt 6th.— IftZjfio, xst and and Warwick. 



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U/\ O Q Bricade Depot, NOETHAKPTON. CoKiiii^*, NosTnAVPT02r, Bctljixd. 
n U« ^C7 . Lieutenant ColoneL^Uon. William Henry Herbert, 31 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 9 May 74. 
Poyauufer.— Aldborough Riiudle, 3 Jane 59 ; Jion, MajoVt 3 Jane 74. 

Qvarter Master. — , , , . .» 

X«ie A-MMnif, 48th, Mth.— Ifi/rtw, iBt Northampton and Rutland, and Northampton and Rutland {to Uratted), 
VolunUen, xst Adminiatratiye Battalion Northamptonshire. 
JJf^ Ofi Briffoda Depot, LISOOLS. County, Lutcolk. 
11 Ui O Va LieMtoian/ Colonel. — Johnson Wilkinson, 5 Deo. 77 ; Colonel, 13 April 77. 

Pajrna«<«r.— Alexander William McKenzie, 6 Feb. 57; J£on. Major , 6 Feb. 72. 
Qnarter Maeter.^ 
LineBepuent, xat and 2nd Battw 10th.— JH/t/ia, North Lincoln, South Lincoln. 

Volnnteere, ist and 2nd Administrative Battalion Lincolnshire. 
Mn Q1 Bri^« Dtfpo/, GREAT YARKOUTH. Cokii/^, Nobfole. 
llUi 0±a X»«ii«»aii< CWo»«2.— John Miller, 13 Aug. 79 ; Colonel, 27 May 75. 

Pajmuu^^r.— Claud Buchanan Piers, R. Art. (aetin^), 26 April6o. 
Quarter Master. — 
Ltne Begimeuts, zst and and Batt 9Lh.— Militia, xst and 2nd Norfolk. 

Volunteers, iSt, and, 3rd, 4th Norfolk. 
yjf^ on Brigade Depot, BURY ST. EDMXrHDB. Couneie*, Suffolk. Caicbxidsb. 
ll Ut Oia. LUutenant Colonel.— John M'Kay, 10 April 78 ; Colonel, i May 76. 

Pagwtaster.—Ueaaj Octayius Currie, 12 Aug. 6a ; IToii. Major, la Au^. 7a. 
Quor^M- Master.— 
LiuBegimeni, xst and and Bail. 18th.— IfUt^ta, West Suffolk, Cambridge. 

VoUnteeri, xst, and, and 3rd AdministratlTe Battalion Suffolk, xst 
Adm. Batt. Cambridgeshire, 3rd Cambridgeshire. 
1^^ QQ Brigade Depot, BEDFORD. Countiee, Huntingdon, Bsbfobd, Hkbtvord. 
il Ut 00. Lieutenant Colonel.— YiiUiAm. Hanbury Hawley, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 8 May 77. 
PayflM«/er.— Frank William Dundee, 23 March 58; i/uM. Major, 23 March 73. 
Quarter Master. — 
line Begimeui, xst ojidand Batt. l6iii.-^MUitia, Huntingdon, Bedford, Hertford. 

Volunteere, 1st AdmiuiHtrative ButtHlion Bedfordshire, xst and 
Administrative Battalions Hertfordshire. 
}Jf\ Q A Brigade Depot, ZZETER. County, Dxtoxsuire. 

11 \J% W^a Lieutenant Co2(me/.— Francis Edward Drewc, 30 Juno 75 ; Colonel, 25 Nov. 73. 
Fafmaster.—Joim Peter Hall, xx April 51 ; lion. Major, 11 April 61. 
Quarter Master. — 
LuuSegiment, liiaud 2nd Batt. llth.— Militia, and and ist Devon. 

VoUnteers, xst, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Adm. Batt. Devonshire, xst Devonshire. 
U^ Q C Brigade Depot, BODMnr. County, Coskwa-LL. 

11 Ua Ov/b Li9utenamt Colonel.— Ungh Parker Montgomery, 2 Oct 78; Colonel, 13 Aug. 78. 
Paymaster. — Edward Charles Grant, 28 Dec. 55 ; J£on. Major, a8 Deo. 70. 
Quarter Master.— 
liv H eg im e nt e , 3Snd, 46th.— Jft/Uia, Cornwall Rangers, 2nd Cornwall {to he raised). 

Volunteers, xst and 2nd Administrative Battalion Cornwall. 
yXf\ Q^ Brigade Depot, TijnXTOV. Co«n/y, Soxsxsbt. 

11 U« O w • JAeutenant Colonel.— George Neeld Boldero, 5 Jan. 78 ; Colonel, 3X March 70. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Master.— 
Ums Beyimemi, xst and and Batt IZih.—Miiaia, xst and and Somerset. 

Volunteen, xst, and and 3rd Administrative Battalion Somersetshire. 
}Jf^ QI7 Brigade Depot, BRISTOL. County, Gloucssteb. 

11 Ut Wfa X««v<tfiiaWCo2Mi«;.— Thomas Lynden Bell, 15 May 78; Co/on«?. 14 Feb. 78. 
PaymatUr. — James George, ai May 58 ; Hon. Major, 12 Jan. 70. 
Quarter Master.— 
liMeMeyimna*, 88th. Slst— Ifi/t/ia, South Gloucester, North Gloucester. 

Volunteers, xst Administrative Battalion Gloucestershire, xst Gloucestershire. 
}Jf\ QQ Brigade Depot, DEVIZES. County, Wilxshzbb. 

*1U. iJWa XM«<«sa«<Co^o««Z.— Henry Francis Bythesea, 3 April 78; Colonel, x April 73. 
Pa|rn<w<«r.— Henry Burke, 14 July 57; Mon. M<^or, xo Aug. 69. 

^iarter Mastsr 

iMsBsymsnis, eSnd, Wth.— Ifi/i^M, xst Wilts, and Wilts {to he raUed). 

Volunteers, ist and and Administrative Battalion Wiltshire. 
>Jf\ QQ JByva<20 JD«po/, DORCHESTER. Cottn/y, Dobbbt. 

*lUt SJ^m JAeutenant Co^om^— Shurlook Henning, CB. xoNov. 77 ; Colonel, 25 July 70. 
Pagraat/M-.— Henry Leigh, 8 Sept 54 ; Mon. Major, 24 Nov. 64. 
Quarter Master.—* 
Use Bsgimmls, 88th, 78th.— Ifi/t/ta, xst Dorset, and Dorset {to he raised). 

Volunteers, xst Administrative Battalion Dorsetshire. 
No Af\ Brigade Depot, WIVCHE8TER, temporarUy ai FORT EL80N. County, Havpshibb. 
*'^« *w« Liemtenaui CSotoiMl.— George Thomas Gough, x8 July 77 ; Colonel, 6 June 76. 

P^ysMW<»r.— Augustus Frederick Braham, 3X Mar. 6a j Son.Meyor, 29 Nov. 77. 
Qfusrter Master.— 
UssBegimeaie^ 87th, 87th.— JCUttia, xst Hampshiie, and Hampshire {to he raised). 

VoUtitteers, xst. and and 4th Adm. Batt. Hampshire, x Adm. Batt Isle of Wight 

Kn AI Brigade Depot, EXADDTG. County, Bbbkbhibb. 

*'«• TX, leeutenani Colonel.— Joeeph Jordan. CB. X7 Oct 77 ; CoUmel, ai Jan. 76. 

PoyaMffm".- Ob^ Willans, x Dragoons {acting), 5 Apr. 56; Son. M^jor, 5 Apr. 7X. 
^MTfar Master.— 
XHtE^iwate, «th, 88th.— Ifi/ttia, xst Berks, and Berks {to he raised). 

Volunteers, xst Administrative Battalion Berkshire. 
Nn 49 Brigade Depot, OXFORD. Counties, Oxfobd. Bucks. 

*' V, -X^a JUemtenant Colonel.— Qeam Edward Baynes, xo Nov. 77 ; Colonel, 30 March 72. 
Pofnof^tfr.- Robert Thompson, x Nov. 55 ; Hon, Major, x Nov. 70. 
_. ^ Quarter Master.^ 

Ime BeyimemU, 88nd, 88th.— JfOUio, Bucks, Oxford. 

Volunteers, xst Administrative Battalion Oxfordshire, xst Oxfordshire, xst Adminis- 
trative Battalion Buckinghamshire. 
)I/\ AQ Brigade Depot, CHICHESTER. County, Sussxx. 

^^* ^^* Uemienamt Colonel.— Hon. Charles John Addington, X7 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, xa July 76. 
P^fM«<«r.— Charles Edward Lennox, 8 May 67; Son. Major, 8 May 77. 
^urter Master, 
lit Begimemie, 88th, UTUi.— Jftltfia, xet Sussex, and Sussex {to he raised). ^^ - ^ ^T ^ 

Vohmteers, xst Adm. Batt. Cinque Ports, xst and and Adm. Batt Sussex, x Sussex. 



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Kr/\ ^ ^ Sriffode Depot, WAKLST. County, Esssx. 

X^ \/i X Xa Xim^Maiif CoJofMl.— James Rose, lo Nov. 77 ; Co2on«^ 14 Aug. 72. 
PoyuMwttfr.— Henry Duberly, la Nov. 47 ; flon. Majors 1 Jan. 60, 
QtMr<«r Master. — 
XtM Sefimemi9, Mth, Mth.— lf«2»<«a, Essex Rifles, West Essex. 

Volunttere, xst aiui 3rd Adm. Batt. Essex, 5th and 9th Essex. 

f^r\ A.^ Srigade Depot, QJLSmXSURY. County, TaH of Kxkt. 

X^ \Jm ^sJm Iiumtenant Colonel. — Henry Holdcn Steward, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 96 June 77. 

Faymaeter. — Robert Champion Streatfeild, 8 Jime 58; Jlon. Mqjor, za Aug. 
Quarter Master. — 
LUu Stgimeni, ist and and Batt. Zrd,— Militia, xst East Kent, and East Kent {to be raieed). 

Volunteer*, and Adm. Batt. Cinque Ports, 4th and 5th Adm. Batt. Kent. 

JiTg^ A. a. Brigade Depot, HAIDnTOV^. County, PaH of Kuvt. 

X^ U. 'XlJ m Lieutenant Colonel.— UaXw Wilkie, a March 78 ; Colonel, 31 Oct 76. 

Paynuuter.—WUMam Macdonnell, aa April 53 j Hon. Major, 17 Sept 63. 
Quarter Matter. — 
Xmm BegitMiUe, Mth, VttiL^Militia, xst West Kent, and West Kent (to he raised). 

Volunteers, xst aud and Administrative Battalion Kent ; a6th (4th aitadied) Kent. 

KIf\ An Brigade Depot, XnXQBTOJX. Cotrn/y, PaW 0/ Subbxt. 

X^ \Jm nC f ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — John Sprot, 17 Oct. 77 : Colonel, 29 Jan. 75. 

Paymaster.— John Edward Large, 8 Auf^. 51 ; Mon, Major, 8 Aug. 61. 
(^tarter Master. — 
JAne lUyim€nt9,9lBt, 7901.— Militia, xst and 3rd Surrey. 

Volunteers, ist and and Administrative Battalions Surrey, xst and 7th Surrey. 
ICr^^ ^Q Brigade Depot, OXTHSFOBD. County, Part qf Subbxt. 
X^ Ua %0« £iMff«ita«f Coronet.— George Dean Pitt, CB. 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, ai March 70. 

PayMot^tfr.— Robert Hamilton Simpson, xa Sept. 57 ; Son. Major, x8 Aug. 7X. 
Quarter Master. — 
XtM Begiwteni, xst d«d and Batt. 2nd.— MilUia, and Surrey, 4th Surr^ (to he raised). 

Volunteers, 3rd and 4th Adm. Batt. Surrev, and and 19th Surrey. 

/TCT/^ AQ i^ad« D«po/, HOTTNSLOW. Coii«<if o/" Middlbskx and Mxtbopoliiah*. 
XI \/* nXC/* Ximitfuaat Coioiwi.— Robert Abraham Logan, CB. 5 May 77 ; Colonel, ij Feb. 71. 

Payai<we«r.— Maurice Hartland Mahou, 5 Lancers (a«tiii^), 8 Mar. 58 ; Hon. Mofor, 8 Mar. 67. 
(^tarter Master. — 
Line Regiment, ist and and Batt. tih.-MilUia, and and xst Tower Hamlets. 

Volunteers, 4th, 9th (18th attacked), 40th, ani 46th Middlesex. 
1^/\ C (\ Line Eegiments, 67th, 77th.- Militia, East Middlesex, London. 

^X^i/i kJ\J* Volunteers, and and 7th Administrative Battalion Middlesex, and, sth, 7th, and 

39th Middlesex. 

/NOS. 51. 52. Mijle Depot, WaCBSSTER. 

JAeutenant Colonel.— Artiiar Wombwell, 5 Dec. 77 ; Colonel, z Aug. 70. 

PajrMa«<«r.— Samuel Daniel, ^o Jan. 57 ; Honorary Mqjor, if Juno 75. 
Quarter Master.— D\inca,n M'Intvre, 3 Mar. 56. 
Line BattaUons, xst, and, 3rd, and 4th Batt. 90th.— Miliiia, and and 3rd Middlesex. ) 

Volunteers, ist, and, and 3rd London, and, 4tli, |> NO0. 51 & 5a. 
xxth (xst aitacked), xQth and aoth Middlesex.) 

Nos. 53. 64. 

Line BattaUons, ist, and, 3rd, and 4th Batt. Eifle Bxifade.— JfUttia, 4th Middlesex. v 

Volunteers, a xst, aand, 23rd, a6th, aSth, | 
36th, 37th, 38th, aii4i39th Middlesex. )>No8. 53& 54- 
xst Administrative Battalion Tow«r \ 
t Hamlets, xst a)u26th Tower Hamlets.'' 

SCOTLAND. 

"KTri KK Briga&s Depot, TBrfZB3XB&%, temporarily at PORT OEOEOE. Counties, Obkitxt and Shxilawd, 
XI \J» SJSJm S(rTHBBLA.VD, Caituk£S8, Ross and CKOXA.BTT, IirvxBKBSS, Nazbk and BLGiir. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Duno&n James BaiUie, xi Nov. 76; Colonel, 5 June 71. 

Paymaster.— Sir Henry Dickonson Nightingale, Bart. a6 July 64 ; Hon. Mc^or, 36 July 74. 
Quarter Master. — 
lAme BtgimenU, Tlst, T9th.—M%lUia, Inverness, Banff, Moray, and Nairn.— Robs, Caithness, Sutherland, and 

Cromarty. 
Volunteers, ist Administrative Battalion Elgin, tst Administrative Battalion 
Inverness-shire, ist Adm. Batt. Ross-shire, xst Adm.BaU. Sutherland. 

ICTrv R a. Brigade Depot, ABBRDEEK. Counties, Abbrdbbk, Bajtbt, KxKCjUtnm. 
Xi O • U V> . Lieutenant CotoiMi.— Archibald Tisdall, x 3 Feb. 78 ; Colonel, z Oct. 77- 
Paymaster— John Joyner, ag May 63 ; Honorary Mqjor, ag May 73. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Segiments, 98nd, 99Td.—Militia, xst Aberdeen, and Aberdeen [to he raised). 

Volunteers, xst, and and 3rd Administrative BattaUons Aberdeenshire, xst Aberdeen- 
shire, xst Administrative Battalion BanfSlihire, xst Admin. Batt. Kincardineshire. 

"KTg^ C f7 Brigade Depot, FEBTH. Counties, Fobvax, Pbbth, Fin. 

Xi Urn sJ i m Lieutenant CdjomZ.— Patrick Robertson-Ross, CB. 3 Feb. 75 ; Colonel, a June 70. 
P<^r«a«^.— James Wray, 7 Nov. 57; Hon. Mc^or, 14 April 71. 
Quarter Matter.- 
JUm Begimente, 4and, nXia.— Militia, Perth, Fordsr (fo he raised), 

VolunUers, ist Administrative Battalion Fifeshire, xst and and Administrativo 
Batt. Forfarshire, xst and xoth Forfarshire, xst and aud Adm. Batt. Perthshire. 

'Kr/\ f\Q Brigade Depot, BTIRLniQ, Coumties,Kjjno»BandCiJL0KUJjnAM,8Ti»MXQ,lDjnaAM'tot,AMQTLJ., 
JL%VJ» wO. Butb, Rbvfbbw. 

LUuienant OpZomZ.— Mostyn De la Poer Beresford, 17 Oct 77 ; Colonel, 14 June 77. 
Pajr«ia«f«r.— Thomas Huddlestone, x Mi^ 64; Son. Major, 19 Got 76. 
Quarter Master.— 
Line Be gi men U , 7and, 9xst.— iffJMa, Stirling, Dumbarton, Clackmannan, and Kinross.— Renfirew. 

Volmnteere, xst Administrative Battalion Argyllshire, xst Administrative Battalion 
Clackmannan, xst Administrative Battalion Dumbarton, xst, and anil 3rd Admi- 
nistrative Batt. Renfrewshire, xst Adm. Batt Stirlingshire. 



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Staff,— Suh Dietriets. 2 2 

fj^f^ CiCk Sriffad* Depot, "KLMXLTOIX. County, Part of "LiLXXXK., 
XI Ua sj%y» LUmUnant Ge»2oiie2.— Somersot Molvneux WUeman-Clarko, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 2 Jaly 75. 

PofmatUr.— Frederick Fitawilliain Treuoh Hobbs, 6 Dec. 64 ; J£on. Captain, 6 Dec. 69. 
Qt(ar<«r Mastor.— 
Um S^fkmmti, 2$th, 74tli. ^MUUia, x8t Lanark, 3rd Lanark {to he raieed) . 

Volmnteer$t ist aiui 4th Administrative Battalions Lanarkshire, xst, 3rd, 4th and sin 
Lanarkshire. 

No. 60. 



If, TSrd, 90th.— IfiUtf ia, snd Lanark, 4th Lanark {to be raieed), 

Volnnteere, 3rd Adm. Batt Laniurkshire, 19th, 35th, 3igt and xosth Lanarkshire. 
J^fX />1 Brigade Depot, OLABOOW. Countiee, Ats, Wigtowit, Kibkcvdb bight, DcHraiBS, Sklkibx» 

XI Ua XjXm ROXBUBOH. 

Li^mUnant Colonel. — Q«orfre Flower Herbert, 13 Anff. 79 ; Colonel, 6 Sept. 78. 
^ofwtaeter.—QeoTge £lliott, x8 Sept. 57 ; Mon, Meyor, 15 Feb. 71. 
Qnarter Maeter.— 
ZiaeS^gimmi, zst and and Batt. 2lBt.^2£ilitia, Dunfties, Bozbnrgh, Kirkcudbright, and Selkirk; Ayr and 

Wigtown. 
Volunteere, ist & 2nd Administrative Battalions Ayrshire, ist Administrative 
Battalion DnmiViesshire, xst Administrative Battalion Gkilloway, xst Ad- 
ministrative Battalion Roxburgh. 
1^^^ AO Brijfade Depot, QLESO'BLOBB. Co«ttf»tf«,EDiKBUBGB,PBBBLK8,HADDixoTOir,6BBWicx,Li2n[.iTHGOW. 
Xl U. V^ ■ jAsmUnant Colonel.— John Thomas Dalyell, 33 Jan. 78 ; Colonel, 17 Apr. 72. 
Fi^pnaeter. — Charles Skrine, x Apr. 64; Son. Major, 1 Apr. 74. 
(Quarter Maeter. — 
line Begimani, xst and and Batt. Ut.— Militia, Edinburgh, The Lothians {to be raieed), 

Volunteere, ist Admnstrtv. Battalion Berwick, xst {j^rd attaeked) Edinburgh, 
xst Administrative Battalion Ua<ldington, ist Administrative Battalion 
Linlithgow, xst Administrative Battalion Midlothian, xst Midlothian. 
IRELAND. 
Vr^ O Q Brigade Depot, BELFAST. Countiee, AirxBiv, Dowir. 
Xl U« \JOa JAeuienoMt Colonel.— Vere Hunt Bowles, 17 Oct^7 ; Colonel, 28 July 72. 
PiqraMW<«r.— Thomas Bryson, 5 April 56 ; Mon. Major, 5 April 71. 
Quarter Maefer. — 
UmBegimmtM, 8Srd, 96tii.—MilUia, North Down, Antrim, South Down. 
Vi\ f^A. Brigade Depot, OUhQK, temporetrilg at ENHIBKILLEK. Countiei, LoirnoxmxBBT, DoHBGi.l» 

Xl Urn \/%a TybOITX, FBBKAVAGH. 

lAMtienant Colonel.— Alexander Anthony Preston Browne, 14 Aug. 78} Colonel, ax Aug. 7a. 
PoyauuftfT.— Edward Cattell, x Jan. 55; Son, Major, 15 Nov. 73. 
(htarter Matter.- 
UmeMegimemU, S7th. i06th.— Ift^tfta. Fermanagh, Tyrone, Londonderry, Donegal. 
T(r/\ f^ P\ Brigade Depot, ARMAGH. Countia, Gavak, Mokaohait, Abvagh, Louth. 
XlUe \J\Jm JAemtonant Colonel.— Mon. Bernard Mathew Ward, xo May 76; Colonel, xa June 74. 
f(qf«at<er.— Thomas Richardson Griffiths, 8 July 59; Hon. Major, 8 July 74. 
Ouarter Maeter. — 
, 89th, 9itiL— Militia, Armagh, Cavan, Louth, Monaghan. 



Ur\ f^f\ Brigado Depot, VAAB. Countiee, DuBLiir, Wicklow, Kildabb, Cablow. 
XI U« OOa Jjumi«nant Co/oii«{.— Needham Thompson Parsons, 19 Dec. 77 ; Colonel, 34 July 77. 
JPagmaeter.—BXahakrd Richardson, 12 Aug. 6a; Hon. Major, 29 Dec. 73. 
QMortor 3£aeter,—~ 
UmBegimmU^ lOSnd, 103rd.— ift^a^ia, Carlow, Kildare, Wioklow, Dublin City, Dublin County. 
TlJ/\ Cl^ Brigade Depot, BIRR. Countiee, Mbath, Wxbticbatii, Lohofobb, Exira's Oouirrr, QvBSir's 

XI Ua Ufa COUHTT. 

UUiUenamt CbfeM^.— Edmund William Sargent, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 17 April 77. 
PcqraMMto*.— Henry Potter, 7 Mar. 56 ; Mon. Mcyor, x April 74. 
Q^iarter Maeter. — 
iMteBegimmU, 100th, 100th.— Jfjit^ia, Longford, King's County, Queen's County, Westmeath, Meath. 
JSf\ AQ Brigade Depot, OALWAY. Countiee, Lbitbix, Slxqo, Roscovxoir, 3£ato, GalwaT. 
XI U. 00 a Ziemtenant Colonel.— e. George Bagot, 8 Jan. 76; Colonel, 3 Feb. 74. 

PayaiMter.— Charles D'Oyly Forbes, 4 May 74 ; Mon, Mt^jor, 4 May 74. 
(htarter Maeter. — 
E», 9n\h, nth.— Militia, South Mayo, Galway, Roscommon, Leitrim, North Mayo, Sligo. 



Wa ft O Brigade Depot, CLOHMXL. Countiee, Kxlkbitnt, Tippbbabt, Wbxfobd, Watbbvobd. 
Xl U. U C^ a Lioutenant Colonel.— Edwvrd H. H. Foster, 33 Oct. 78 ; Colonel, x April 78. 
Bagmaeier, — 
Quarter Maeter. — 
2<s> Mtgimemi, tBtandawd Batt. lSih,—Miliiia, Wexford, North Tipporary, Kilkenny. 

YTa ^i\ Brigade Depot, TRALEE. Countiee, Limbbxcx, Kbbrt, Cobb, Clabb. 

^1 Vi i Xjm JUemiemant CoioseZ.— William Andrew Armstrong, x May 78 ; Colonel, 26 April 76. 



Qfiarter Maeter.— 
Lima Begiaunie, 101st, lOith,— Militia, South Cork, Glare, Kerry, North Cork, Limerick County. 

ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BRIGADE DEPOT STATIONS, 
With the numbers of their respeotive Sub Distriota. 



56 Carlisle a 

^^m^ 65 Chester x8 

... x6 Chichester 43 

... 33 Clonmel 69 

... 03 Derby a6 

XB^ '— 5 Derises 38 

y? •: ••« 67 Dorchester 39 

5?™, - 35 Exeter 34 

ypp u xo Fleetwood ix 

KS *••• as! Fort George 55 

™?*- ~ 37, Galway 68 

^™V X5! Glasgow 6x 

.. 17 GlencroBS 6a 

.. 3a Onildford 48 

^ -....—.«..« AC Halifax o 

«w».«.««,...„«^.,„., 24 Hamilton 59% 60 



Hounslow 49 

Kingston 47 

lAncaster xx 

Leicester 37 

Lichfield 19, 20 

Lincoln 30 

Maidstone 46 

Naas 66 

Newcastle x 

Northampton 29 

Omagh 64 

Oxford 43 

Perth 57 

Pontefract 7, 8 

Preston 12 

Reading 4x 



Richmond (Yorks.)... 4 

Shrewsbury ax 

Stirling 58 

Sunderland 3 

Taunton 36 

Tralee 70 

Wariey 44 

Warrington 13, X4 

Warwick 98 

Winchester 40, 51 to 54 

Worcester 33 

Wrexham 33 

Yarmouth 31 

York ;.... 6 



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8taff. 



AXJSTHALIAN COLONIES. 
New South Wales. 

Oowrnor and Commands in Ckitf Lord A. W. F. 8. Loftus. GCB. 3 May 79. 8vdn^, 

Aide de Camp ^ Sub Lieut. A. P. B. Loftus, Denbighahire reoinanry GaTftlxy. 

Victoria. 

Governor and Commander in Chief The Marquis o/^Nonnanby, QCMQ. 14 Nov. 74. Melbourne, 

Private Seeretarg 

South Australia. 

Governor and Commander in Chief MajorGenoral Sir Wm. P. D. Jervois.CB. GCMG. R. Eng. 5 July 77. 

Aide de Camp Lieut J. Jervois, R. Eng. 2 July 78. 

Western Australia 
Governor and Commander in Chirf Major General Sir Harry St. George Ord, KOMG. CB. r.f.p. B. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. St. John St. George Ord, R. An. [Eng. 4 Doc. 77. Perth. 

Commandant Lt.Colonel E. D. Harvest, Staff Officer of Pensioners, x6 Aug. 7a. 

Queensland. 

Captain General and Governor in Chief Sir Arthur Edward Kennedy. CB. KCMG, 6 Jan. 77. BriAane. 

AidedeCamp 

Tasmania. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Frederick Aloysius Weld, CMG. 7 Sept. 74. Sobart Town, 

Aide de Camp and Private Secretary (twM foeoi "> ^«,„««. t ♦ r.«i^««» w -a o* rrn ™ t 1 
rank of Colonel) „... j Brevet Lt.Colonel W. H. St Hill, 19 F. 17 July 77. 

NEW ZEALAND. 

Governor and Commands in Chief Sir Hercules Geo. Robt Robinson, GCMG. 4 Mar. 72. WeUingi<fn. 

Atde de Camp Captain E. B. St John, 35 F. 



BERMUDA. 

Governor and Commander in Chitf. Major General ^tr Robert Michael LafiEbn, R. Eng. KCMG. 23 

Aide de Camp Lieut F. Carpenter, 87 F. ao Aug. 77. [Apr. 77. 

Brigade Major p.g.c. Captain D. L. Brain, 4 F. 28 Oct. 78. 



CAPE OP GOOD HOPE. 

Governor and Com mander in Chirf Right Hon. Sir H. Bartle E. Frere, Bt. GC8I. G CB. 5 March 77. 

MiUtarf Secrelarg {with local rank cf Major) ... Captain Henry H. Parr, 13 F. 31 March 77. 

AidedeCamp 

South Africa. 

Migh Commieeioner, Governor^ and Commander in ) 

Si!^^ -ZyTaioZ, the Tranevaal, and the lande [General Sir Garnet J. Wolseley, GCMG. KCB. 33 June 7;. 



adjacent ) 

t Bt.ME^or H. M'Calmont, 7'Hussars, 6 Aug.'Vs. 



Chi^ qf the Staff ., 

Miliiarg Seeretarg LtColonel H. Brackenbury, R. Artillery, 23 June 79. 



Aidee 



de Camp ) ^'® ®- **■ ^^'^^^ Gifford, 57 F. 7 July 79. 

j Captain E. L. Braithwaite, 71 F. 23 June 79. 

( Lieut A. G. Creagh, R. Artillerv, 23 June 79. 



,. . _ , I ijieut A. u. ureagn, b. Artiuery, 23 

Major General -JJC Hon. Sir H. H. Clifford, CB. ITCMG. 

Atdede Camp Lieut R. F. Westmacott, 77 S*. ix March 79. 

Colonel OH the Stqff, Natal and Tranevaal 

Covmanding Bogal ArtiUery (Colonel on Staff) ... 

Brigade Major, Boval Artillery Captain J. R. Poole. 

(Commanding Mogal Engineer Colonel F. C. Hassard, CB. 

Deputy Adjutant 4- Quarter Matter Generals ^ Colonel William Bellairs, CB. Unatt. xo May 77. 

Aeaietant Adjutant and Quarter Master General... Major W. F. Butler. CB, h.p. 69 F. 

Ti A ^ ' A ^ ^,. . ^ , (?•••«■ BtMajor H. Spalding, X04 F. 12 Deo. 76. 

Deputy AssutantAdj. 4- Quarter Master Generals K.s.e. Captain W. R. Fox, R. Artillery. 

Natal. 

Lieutenant ^^overnor sir Henry B. Bulwer. ZCMG. Pietermariteburg. 

The Transvaal. * 

Adminisirator of the Government Sir Theophilus Shepstone. ZCMG 

Griqualand West. 
Administrator of the Government Colonel W. O. Lanyon, CB. CMG. 2 W. L Regt. ITmberley. 



CEYLON. 



<?oj»nior and Commander t« Cht^ Sir James Robert Longden, KCMG. 30 June 77. 

Atde^ Carnj, • .........^ Captain A. N. Hayhe, 57 P 4 Bept. 77. ^^ 

ASe^rS^m ""^ "^ ^'^°'" ^^^^ W. Wilby, CB. 7 f eb 79. 

Brigade M^jor .*.V.".'.'.**.V.'.*.'.'.\'*.'.'.'.*.' p.s.e. Captain A. D. Currie, 41 F. 4 AprU 79. 



CHINA AND HONG KONG, AND STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 
Commanding the Forces in China, and Lieut.Gov- ") „ , ^ 1 ™ ™. ,x 

emor qf Hong Kong j Major General B. W. Donovan, 3 June 78. 

.iMM/anj rniUary Secretary ...L'l""!!"!^"""!!!!!. Major S. G. Huskiteon. hj). 80 F. 

Aide de Lamp Lieut A. S. Dmmmond, Soots Guards, 14 June 78. 

China and Hong Kong. 
Oovern<^ and Commander in ChitfqfHong Kong... John Pope Hennessy, CMG. 13 April 77. 

^± ? S"? Major H. S. Palmer, k Eng. « Aay 78. 

Brigade ^yor -.. ^.,.e. Captain T. S. St Clair, 49 F. 26 ]?eb 76- 

Straits Settlements. 

-, , ^ (Including Prince of Wales* Island^ Malaeea, and Singapore.) 

SSTScat "^*''*'**^*^ «r William Cleaver Francfs Robinson, KCMG. a Dec. 77 

Brigade If^or'.V.'Z.V;.".^^^^^^^^ «...c. Captain A. M. Paterwm, 16 P. \Singapore. 



staff, 23 

OYPRXTS. 

^^faSnSIlSNlfo^ Colonel B, Biddulph. CB, B. ArUUeiy, 93 June 79. 

AiiBitCamf !!!!!!!!!!!!»"."*.'.*.'.'.* Lieut G. A. K. Wisely. B. Kng. 

BrifadeMtuor B.t.tf. Captain F. Lutlman-Johnston, 65 F. 

CgmmaadiMg Eof^ JBufimMr Xt.Colonel H. M. H. D. Drunareaq, B. En^. 



AidatUCmmp.. 



EAST INDIES. 

Tieerof and Gootmor General "Rigid Son, Lord Lytton, OCB. OMSI. OMIS. xa Feb. 76. 

Prima* Seentarf p.$.e. Colonel Sir George Pomeroy CoUey, CB. CMQ. ECSI. 2 F. 13 April 76. 

ITtiitmj Steretarg p.9.e. Colonel T. D. Baker, CB. x8 Foot, z Nov. 78.— Com. a Brigade of the 

Koorom Force. 
/U(S Captain Lord William de la Poer Beresford, 9 Lancers, 13 April 76. 
Captain Ang. Fred. Liddell, Boyal Artillery, 13 April 76. 
Lieat. Haroonrt B. Bose, 34 F. 13 May 76. 

, ' Lient. C. W. Mnir, Bengal Staff Corpii, z Ang. 79. 

Lieut. J. P. Brabason, zo Hue. (extra) ^ z Deo. 77.— Brigade Major, Cabul 

Lieut. C. Herbert, Staff Corps (extra). 27 May 78. TForoe. 

V Captain B. Pole-Carew, Cowst. Guards (extra), a Feb. 79.— On Field Service. 

Stirfeam Staff Surgeon Major Oliver Bamett, 4 May 7a. 

Ccamaaderin Chief General 9ir Frederick Paul Haines, GCB. QCSI. CIS, Z04 F. zo April 76. 

XilUary Seeretorv Colonel B. Preston, CB. 44 F. z6 Sept. 76. 

Ftnian InterjireUr Colonel H. Moore, CB. CIS, Bombay Staff Corps, xo April 76. 

^Captain H. G. Grant, 78 F. zo April 76.— Brigade Major, Koorum Force, 
iij- V- /»— . J Captain H. S. Gough, zo Hussars, ai Nov- 76. 

A^ieLmmp H j^^^^ q Haines. 6 F. Z7 Oct. 77. 

I Captain H. B. MacCall, 60 F. la Nov. 77. 

Sxtytom Staff Surgeon Major A. F. Bradshaw, zo April 76. 

(Mtfoftke Suif^ftke Army in India... Mm'or (General Sir P. S. Lumsden, KCB, CSI. Bengal Staff Corps. 
AnJUTxvT GxirxaAL's Dbpa.btkbvt at HaiJ> Quabtbhs. 

^^M^^SZill"^ ^.. .^^^^...'^f} ^^^°"®^ ^- ^ CJreaves. CB. h.p. 70 F. 
Dff^ Adjutant Oeiwrai"'.!"!!!!!!.!!"!."! 

ItfpttM Adjutant Oeneral ofArtUUiy ... Colonel A. H. Murray, 6 Feb. 77. 

AteitUmt AdjmtanU General. 

BLLLCdonel Eteson, 3 F. 10 Deo. 77 Simla. 

Major J. D. Dyson-Laurie, 34 Foot Meerut. 

Cokmd A 6. Forsyth, Bengal Staff Corps, z8 Juno 75 Allahabad. 

M^orHezuT Thompson, Bengal Staff Corps, x Deo. 76 Sirhind (Unibdlla). 

Cukad T. K. Gordon, CSI, Bengfd Staff Corps, ao Mar. 78 Brig. Gen. with Koorum Force. 

lleicrJ. 6o]die,6Dr.Gd8. z3May 78 SinUa. 

LLCotonel M. C. Farrinston, sz Foot, 30 Nov. 77 Oude {Luehno¥>), 

f^t. BLU.Colonel G. Hatchell, 60 Foot, xa Sept. 79 Bawul Pindee. 

fiLLLColonel W. Galbraith, 85 Foot Cabul Foroe. 

Deputf Aeeiitant A^utante General, 

CaptiiiiG.R. J. Shakeapear, Bengal Staff Corpe.z Dec. 76 Simla. 

CkpuinW. J. Boyea» xa F. xs Aprn 77 Bohilcund District.— Khyber Line Force. 

Eastern Frontier District. 

CkpUin6.T.Halliday, late 4 Cavalry, 13 May 76 Presidency District. 

P'-r.BtMajorA. G.wynen. 39 F. 5 Jan. 78 Gwalior District. 

M4;orG A Way, Bengal StjUr Corps Sanger District. 

Captain H. H. F. Gifford, x3 Hussars Peshawur District.— Khyber Line Force. 

QUAXTXB MaBTBB GxVBBAL'B DXPABTICBVT AT HBAS QUABTBBS. 

^•rUr Mailer General 

^•^ig (^Korter Maeter General Colonel 0. C. Johnson, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, a6 April 75. 

Amiileut Qfurter J£a$ier General Colonel 0. M. MacGregor, CB. CSI. CIS, Bengal Staff Corps, a4 Feb. 75.— 

D.A. A D.Q.M.G. Cabul Force. 
Aeeietant Qnarter Maeter Generate of IHvieioH. 

USuHonti W. S. A. Lockhart, late 44 Bengal N.I. aa June 75 On Field Service. 

ft «. BiLtColonel E. F. Chapman, Boyal Artillery, 3x Dec. 76 Candahar Force. 

B^UColonel G. S. L. 8. Sanford, B. Engineers, x Feb. 78 On Field Service. 

^r H. Collett, Bengal Staff Corps Meerut Division.— Cabul Force. 

Depuijf Aeeietant (Quarter Maeter Generate, 

BtV^a AGombe, zo Hussars, 8 Aug. 99 Gabul Force. 

^Major R. M'Grigor Stewart, Boyal Artillery, 8 Jan. 77 Candahar Force. 

Cftpuin M. J. King-Harman, Bengal Staff Corps, ao April 77 Simla. 

'HHaiQfo*. C. Button, 85 F. aoNov. 77 ^ Khyber Line Force. 

K-^rB.G. Kennedy, Bengal Staff Corps, 8 Feb. 76 Cabul Force. 

»^M^)r A. A A. Kinloch, 60 F. 5 April 78 Khyber Line Force. 

Mr CHitsm H. 8. Brownrigg, Bifle Brigade, x June 78 Allahabad Division. 

^^piaisAUaselee, Bengal Staff Corps Candahar Force. 

l«a. C. H. M. Smith, 3 Sikh Infimtry Cabul Force. 

^ I. Barren, 85 Foot Cabul Force. 

a.i>i3ael H. M. Wemysa, Bengal Staff Corps Khyber Line Force. 

^•pttnC. A- Carthew, x6 Bengal Cavalxy Kbyber Line Force. 

J«a. F. C. Mataey, Bengal Staff Corps Khyber Line Force. 

J^cto W. Hailes, Bengal Staff Corps Khyber Line Force. 

'^Haa A B. Stopford, Boyal Artillery Bind Beaerve Brigade. 

Bengal. 

'««iAu SerUnd Divieion LieutGeneral W. T. Hughes, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 3X Jan. 79. 

^teCamp Ueut. G. T. Campbell, 60 Foot 

fM n rfi i tf Camdakar Force LieutGeneral Sir D. M. Stewart, SCB. Bengal Staff Corps, x April 76. 

-tUtdeCemp Major M. Protheroe, Madras Staff Corps. 

^9mmniiMa Uttrut IHoieion Major General R. O. Bright, CB. 21 Oct. 78.— Com. Khyber Line Forces 

Aide it Camp Captain J. H. Barnard, CMG. xox F. aa Oct. 78. 

'^ '^ ni m m AUakahad Divieion Major General B. Hume, CB. 

^^AiieCemp Captain B. H. C. Braddon, 55 Foot. 

<^<^*MWiM igmd Bmdee Divieion fTC Lieut. General Sir Fred. Francis Maude, SCB. xa Nov. 75. 

Oim i mi MM Omie DMeion Lieut.General Charles Cureton, OB. Bengal Staff Corpcf^ aa Oct. 79. 

^^^^^L^Owilfl)^^. ^^^.} "^^ ^^^^ General Sir F. S. Roberts, KCB. B. Artillery. 

^ieCtmp ".'.'.'..'.'.'.'.'.'."'.'.'. Captain G. T. Pretyman, R. Artilleiy. j<-^ [Line Force. 

'«7M(ar OeneralofAHUlenf for India Brigadier General C. G. Arbuthnot, CB. 13 Sept 78.-l:oaCy^Wig. Khyber 
^rignieU^ Major A. D. Anderson, Royal Artillery, 39 March 78. ^^-^'^^ 



23a staff. 

CoMXAiTDZiro FxBST Clabb Bbxoadbb (6). 

Brigadier General 0. C. G. Rosb, CB, Bengal Staff Oorps, 19 July 75 Presidency District.— Sick Fnrl. 

Brigadier General J. E. Michell, CB. R. Artilleiy, 9 March 77 Bohiloand District. 

Major General J. Boss. CB. 27 June 75 Peshawnr Diet.— On Field Service. 

Brigadier General J. L. Nation, Bengal Staff GorpB» 9 Oct. 77 Bastem Frontier District {ShiUong), 

Mi^or General H. R. Browne, 14 June 75 Saugor District. 

Brigadier General W. Gordon, Bengal Staff Corps, 29 Oct. 78 Gwalior District. 

ComfAVDiirG Sbooitd Clabb BxiOAnxs. 

ITC Brigadier General H. T. MacpherBon, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 15 April 76 Bawnl Pindee.-— Cabal Force. 

Brigadier General J. I. Murray, uB. Bengal Staff Corps, so April 77 Mooltan. 

Brigadier General A. H. Cobbe, CB. h.p. 17 Foot, 14 Jime 79 Agra. 

Brigadier General R. J. Hughes, h.p. 63 Foot Candahar Force. 

Brigadier General 0. H. PalllBer, CB. Bengal Staff Corps Candahar Force. 

IPC Brigadier General J. A. Tytler, CB. Bengal Staff Corps Cabul Force. 

Brigadier General R. Barter, Bengal Staff Corps Cnndahar Force. 

Brigadier General W. G. Dunham Massy, h.p. 5 Lancers, 10 April 79 Cabul Force. 

Brigadier General T. E. Grordon, C8I. Bengal Staff Corps • Cnbul Force. 

Brigadier General J. Doran, CB. Bengal Staff Corps Khyber Brigade. 

UC Brigadier General C. J. S. Gough, CB. Bengal Cavalry Khyber Line Force. 

p.a.c. Brigadier General T. D. Baker, CB. z8 Foot Cabul Force. 

Brigadier General F. H. Jenkins, CB. Bengal Staff Corps Cabul Field Force. 

Brigadier General C. G. Arbuthnot, CB. Royal Artillery Khyber Line Force. 

Brigadier General W. Creagh, Bombay Staff Corps Sind Reserve Brigade. 

Brigade Majort, 

Lnoknow. 

Msjor J. S. Irvine, late a Cavalry, z6 Jan. 76 Agra. 

p.:e. Captain H. T. Jones, 81 Foot, x8 Feb. 76 TJmballa.--Cabul Force. 

Captain W. G. Thomas, 25 F. ao July 76 Cawnpore. 

Captain W. W. H. Scott, Bengal Lii&ntiy, 35 Oct. 77 Meean Meer. 

Captain G. A. White, 40 F. 25 Oct. 77 Allahabad. 

Captain A. Fitmrald, Benf^al Infantry, 26 April 78 Mooltan. 

p.i.o. Major A. L. H. Holmes, Bengal Staff Corps, 9 March 77 Meemt. 

Captain H. B.Young, 39 Foot, 30 llay 78 Rawnl Pindee. 

Captain W. C. Farwell, Bengal Infsjitry Cabul Force. 

BLMsjor G. de C. Morton, 6 Foot Cabul Force. 

Lieut. J. P. BrabasBon, 10 Hussars Cabul Force. 

Captain C. M. Stockley, 9 Foot Candahar Force. 

Bt.Major H. R. Abadie, 9 Lancers Candahar Force. 

Captain M. H. Nicolson, Bombay Infantry Candahar Force. 

Captain H. P. Pearson, xa Foot Khyber Line Force. 

Captain E. M. Larminie, R. Engineers Candahar Force. 

Captain H. G. Grant, 78 F Cabul Force. 

UC BLMajor J. Cook, Bengal Staff Corps Khyber Line Force. 

Captain M. G. Gerrard, 2 Central India Horse Khyber Line Force. 

A9*Utant A^uiani General for Mtakeiry. 
Major W. C. Mackinnon, 3 Foot, 20 May 78 Chief Insp. Army Head Quarters. 

Deputy AMtUtant Adjutant QentraUfor Muekeiry. 

Captain C. F. Gleig, 22 Foot, 10 Aug. 75 8th Circle, Abbottabad. 

Ca];>tain W. P. Hodnett, 54 Foot, 26 May 74 „..., 3rd Circle, Lucknow. 

Captain J. T. Turner, 77 Foot, 3 Nov. 75 4th Circle, Meerut. 

Miyor E. Beddy, Bengal Staff Corps, 16 Aug. 77 6th Circle, Meean Meer. 

Bt.Major C. K. Chatfield, 51 Foot. 10 June 78 5th Circle, Umballa. 

Captain A. I. Shepherd, Bengal Staff Corps, 14 May 79 and Circle, Allahabad. 

Captain H. M. Carter, 62 Foot 7th Circle, Peshawnr. 

Captain F. W. Nicolay, Bengal Staff Corps xst Circle, Dum Dum. 

. ^„ Deputy AeeiHant Adjutant General of Artillery. 
Gaptam M. H. Saward, 5 Nov. 77 Simla. 

Director of Garrieon Instruction in India. 
Major A. S. Hunter, Royal ArtUlery, i July 74 Army Head Quarters. 

Chitf Inetruetor, 

Umballa. 
Garrieon Inetmetorf. 

p.e.e. Major Charles Alfred Gorbam, Royal Artillery, n June 75 Umballa.-Dep. JudireAdv Khyber 

Major W. Smith. Royal Artillery, 30 June 75 Rawul Pindee. iDiv 

Lieutenant Horatio Holt Hart, Royal Engineers, x Sep^ 78 Lucknow. 

p.t.e. Captain George Poigiiand, 59 Foot, 6 June 77 .' ..!.........!!, ^thow. 

e.t.c. Captain G. L. L. Taylor, 16 Foot, 7 June 77 .* ' Poona. 

aptain P, W. Watts, 18 Foot, 91 Sept. 77 Bangalore. 

Captain H. Gunter, 73 Foot, 5 Sept. 78 !........., Agra. 

Inepeetor of Gymnasia in Jiirfia.— Bt.Major H. J. Hallowes, 15 F. 8 Sept. 76. On Field Service. 

Madras. 

Governor T»eD«*« 0/ Buckingham andChandos, GCSI. CIS. 23 Nov. 75. 

Prtvate Secretary Captain Pnilip .James Hankin, Royal Navy, 23 Nov. 75. 

Mthtary Secretary Major G. B. B. Hobart, Royal Artillery, 23 Nov. 75. 

^ ( Lieut. J. Gordon, 89 Foot, t Dec. 75. 

Aidee de Camp J Lieut. A. J. English, 14 Hussars, 3 Feb. 79. 

• I Lieut. H. P. G. Langton, 72 Foot (extra). 

Surgeon „ Surgeon Major John Mackenzie, MD. 1 Apr. 77. 

Govemor*$ Body Guard. 
Major J. M. C. Galloway, lace 4 Cavalry, Commandant, i Mar. 76. 
Lieut. C. H. Simpson, Madras Staff Corps, Adjutant, 19 Feb. 77. 
Surgeon Major S. B. Hunt, in medical charge, 19 Dec. 76.— Furlough. 
Surgeon Major J. B. Thomas, officiating in medical charcre. 
Vet. Surgeon George Western, in veterinary charge, 22 Dec. 75. 

Commander in Chitf General Sir NeviUe B. Chamberlain, GCB. GCSL, a Feb. 76. 

Military Secretary 

Aides de Camp | Captain F. M. Onslow, Madras Cavahy {Interpreter), 

Adjutavt Gbvbbal's Dbpabtmbkt at Hbas Qvabtsbb. 

AtUutani General p.s.c. Brigadier General F. W. Jebb, h.p. 67 F. a8 Aug. 77. 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel A. R. Clephane, Madras Staff Corps, 3 Dec. 76. 

t Adjutant Generals ... 15°})!^®! J.- ^: Tr®^0'» ^^^al Artillery 27 April 76.-6ick Furlough, Tp 
^ (. Colonel G. ^:, -^ Tcer Beresford^ v; iraa Staff Corps, 15 Sept. 76. ^ ^^^ 



staff. ^4 

Qujisns ILlbtbb QsiniBi.i.*8 Dbpastvutt xt Hxad Qni.BTBXB. 

QMf<erJrcifer(?«ii«raZ Brigadier General H. H. O'ConneU, Madras Staff Corps, 6 Not. 76.— 

Member of Army Commisaion, Simla. 
Dtftltj (iualer Muter Gtueral M^jor J. Ewmg» Madras Staff Corps, so Nov. 78. 

DrvisiovAL Staff. 

Commaadoff Mf$ort Di9i9ion Major General W. Payn, CB. ai April 79. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. G. fiourke, R. Art. 7 May 7^. 

C^mmandiM MpUnbad SuMdiary Foree Major General A. W. Macintire, CB, R. Artillery, 21 June 76, 

ihfe&Cmp Lieut. G. S. Jones, K. ArtiUer3% 15 April 77. 

CjmmaMiiuji Srituk Burmtak DioUum 3^jor General A. K. Gore, Madras Staff Corps, z Sept 75. 

Aid* d* Camp Lieut. C. W. Gore, 76 F. 2 March 75. 

AMtitiant Adjutant QeneraU of Dicuiont and Fcreet (3). 

roloael ThoniBS Dyer, Madras Staff Corps, 17 Oct. 76 Mysore Division. 

CotoaelD. Standen, Madraa Staff Corps, 14 April 77 British Bunnah Division. 

;j.f. Captain St. V, A. Hammick, 43 P. 16 April 77 Hyderabad Subsidiary Force. 

AmMtant (Quarter Matter GtneraU of JHvUiont and Force* (3). 

Cjionel Bobert Henry Bolton, Madras Staff Corps, ao Nov. 74 Hyderabad Subsidiary Force.— Furlough. 

^|f. Captain C. H. Walsh, 44 Foot, 20 Oct. 76 British Burmah Division. 

Csptain D. J. 8. M1«eod, Madras Cavaby, la March 78 Mysore Division. 

IXepuff AMittaut Quarter Matter General* of I>iemon* and Force* (4) 

Major A IL Kenn^-Herbert, Madras Cavalry. 4 April 76 Malabar and Canara District. 

Major R. 8. Eoberts, Madras Staff Corps, ao Nov. 77 Nagpore Force—Furlough. 

M^E. H. Kyre, Madras Staff Corps, xa March 78.* Ceded Districts. 

3b|orAG. Hotdiina, Madras Inf. Ccncit) District. 

CouxAirnixo FxBBT Cljlss Bbigadbb U). 

3(aicfr General T. Baikes, CB. 1 Jan, 75 Centre District. 

BnipMiiCT General F. G. Kempster. Madras Staff Corps, 27 June 76 Ceded Districts. 

HncBdier General B. F. Burton. Madras Staff Corps. 19 Lee. 78 Malabar and Canara. 

Brigadier General G. F. de Berry, h.p. Brigade Depot Nagpore Force. 

CoxMAirnxire Sbcojtd Class Bbioadbs (a). 

Southern District. 
Northern District. 

Depuig Auittant Adjutant General* (6). 

Major J. Xaegregor Kerr, Madras Cavalry, 2 1 Oct. 75 Centre District.— Furlough. 

CsptainP. E. Bowlby, 48 Foot, ai Dec. 75 Ceded Districts. 

C^ftptamH. R. Hope, Madras Cavalry, 29 June 76 Northern District. 

Southern District. 

Major George Rowlandaon, Madras Staff Corps, a Ang. 77 Nagpore Force. 

Major Coxtoia, Gen. List, Cav. 23 Dec. 77 Malabar and Canara. 

A**%*tani Adjutant General for Mutleetry^ 
i^LMiyar A W. O. Saanders, ai F. 22 Nov. 76 Chief Inspector, TSt District, Mysore Div. 

Deputjf A*9i*tani Adjutant General* for Mutketry. 

'^^pisaL.'S. Moase, 67 Foot, i Dec. 75 and District, Nagpore Force, Ac— Furlough. 

^or Edmimd Aostin, Madras Staff Cori)s, xo Dec. 78 3rd District, British Burmah Division. 

Bombay. 

'^•'w^or Sir Richard Temple, Barf., GCSI. CIE. 30 April 77. 

fne«u Seerettuy Charles Edward Bnckland, BA. Bengal Civil Service, i May 77. 



iTilUerf Secretary Captain B. S. Rivett-Camac, 11 HuBsare, x May 77. 

/Lieut. J. S. Frith, Royal Artillery, i May 77. — Sick I 
jy^, J, /*___ J Lieut. D. C. Dean Pitt, Royal Artillery, i May 77. 

""' , j^jg^^ ^y ^ piQ^i^ Royol Artillery (extra), 16 April 78. 



V Lieut. A. W. T. Radcliffe, Bengal Staff Corps, 10 March 79. 

* of the Body Guard Captain A. Currie, Bombay Cavalry, 4 May 72.— Furlough. 

Sargfom Surgeon George Waters, Bombay Med. Depart, i May 77, 

imu^^ierin Chief Lieut.General Henry James W'arre, CB. 9 Oct. 78. 

jf^Hery Secret^ Colonel J. P. Cox, h.p. R. Engineers. 

liiaiMCji^m^ f Captain A. G. Spencer, 5S F. Oct. 78 {Interpreter). 

^^^ X Lieut. C. T. Barrow, 26 F. 9 Oct. 78. 

AnJUTiJfi Gbxbbal'b Dbpabtvbvt a.t Hbad Quabtbbs. 

-[(>•<«< General Brieadier General H, F. Brooke, h.p. X09 F. 23 Nov. 77. 

"n^j Jdjvtamt General Lt.Colonel A. Wardrop, Bombay Staff Corps, 5 Oct. 74. 

Im^^i AAim*^4 a^^^i^ ("Colonel B. A. Green, Bombay Staff Corps, 5 Aug. 76. 

-«««ildy«t«« General* { Lt.Colonel T. N. Holberton, R. ArUlleiy, i Jan. 79. 

Quabtbb MiBTBB Gbxbbal's Depabtvskt at Hbas Quabtbbs. 

j^f Jf«i«*r General Brigadier General G. R. S. Burrows, Bombay Infiantry, a8 Sept. 74. 

^*T*F (^ueier Maeler General Colonel A., G. F. Hogg, Bombay Staff Corps, a Feb. 75.— On special duty. 

DivisioirAi, Staff. 

'"•"MadiM Mhtut Divieion Lt.Gencral John Forbes, CB. Bombay Cavalry, 5 Jan. 76. 

AUtifCamp Captain J. Angus, 63 Foot, 15 March 76. 

*-'*^^*iiMS Northern IHvieion Lt.General J. W. Schneider, CB. Bombay Infantry, 25 June 7a. 

AiUi$Om» Lieut. R. W.P. Lodwick, aS Foot. 37 Aug. 77. 

CsumsndiM Poona Divieion Major General J. M. Primrose, C8I. 1 Apr. 77. 

AidtieCaeip Lieut. B. O. F. Hamilton, 2 Foot, 17 June 78. 

Aetittant Adjutant General* of Divieion* ( ). 

M f.B:.Major G. G. Beazley, 83 Foot, 22 July 75 MhowDivision.— SlckFurl. 

t^'-Urf-nel W. Hick*, Bombay Staff Corps, 3 Dec. 77 Poena Division. 

Ma.1.7 E. Cunningham, Bombay Staff Corps Northern Division. 



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Aantiani Quarter Matter Oenerale ef JHvieiont (3). 

LLColonel B. H. Pottinger, Royal Artillery, 13 Oct, 75 Poona Diriaion. 

Major F. J. S. Adam, Bombay Staff Corps, i Nov. 77 Bombay District. 

Major W. B. Colvin, 7 Foot, 29 Nov. 78 Mhow. 

Deputy Auietant Quarter Matter Qeuerale (3). 

Major John Jopp, Bombay Staff Corps, 4 Dec. 74 ^ Poona Division. 

Captain A. B. Stopford, Royal ArtiUery, 16 Feb. 78 {^ oS^iind^R^Fi^t Brig." 

Captain J. T. Wailing, Bombay Staff Corps, 29 Nov. 78 Northern Division. 

CoMifAKDiKO F1X8T Class Bbigabxs (2). 

Brif^radier General C. T. Aitchison, CB. Bombay Staff Corps, 23 April 77 Bombay District. 

Brigadier Greneral G. T. Brice, h.p. 17 Foot, 23 Jan. 79 Belgaom District. 

CoxicAirsiKO SxcoiTD Class Bbioadbs (4). 

Sind DistrioL 

Brigadier General Robert Phayre, CB. Bombay Staff Corps, 21 April 75 {^l^Ser*^Tgade.°^™*^^* 

Brigadier General H. H. A. Wood, CB. Bombay Staff Corps, 3 Nov. 76 Deesa. 

Brigadier General F. A. E. Loch, CB. Bombay Staff Corps. 24 April 77 Aden. 

Deputy Aeeietant AJ^uiant Qentrale. 

Major R. M. Lloyd, Bombay Staff Corps, 19 Aug. 76 Belganm District. 

Miyor 0. A. Cuningham, Bombay Staff Corps, Jan. 77 Sina District.— Sick Fori. 

Captain W. Cooke-Collis, 83 F. 9 Jan. 78 Bombay District. 

Brigade Majore (4). 

p.s.e. Brevet Miyor C. J. Burnett, 15 Foot, 21 Nov. 76 Poona.— Sind RoserveBrifc 

Mfuor J. G. Watts, Bombay Staff Corps, 28 April 77 / Aden. 

Major H. J. Stock, Bombay Staff Coros, 24 Dec. 77 Nusseerabad.— Furlough. 

Captain A. R. Heyland, Bombay Stall Corps, 9 Jan. 78 Deesa. 

Aeeietant Adjutant Oentralfor Muekelry. 

Lt.Colonel W. A. Gillespie, Bombay Staff Corps, 26 May 74 xBtCircle,Chief Insp.Poona 

Deputy Aeeietant A^utante Oeneralfor Muehetry, 

Captain C. J. Dyke, 108 Foot, 20 Oct. 75 and Circle,MhoTr. 

Captain H. E. P. Thomas, 15 F. 20 Nov. 78 3rd Circle, Belgaum. 

Aeeietant Inepeetor qf Oymnaeia, 
Captain S. W. Tyndall, 68 Foot, 5 Dec. 74 Poona. 

FALKLAND ISLANDS. 
Governor and Commander in Chief.— J. Thomas Fitzgerald Callaghan, CMQ. x8 May 76. 

GIBRALTAR. 
Governs andCommander in Chief ^Gener^^Napier of Magdala, GCB. GCSI. Royal Engineers 

Aeeietant Military Secretary Lt.Colonel A. R. Lempriere, Royal Engineers, 31 July 77. 

A A^ A^n ^ f Bt.Maior Mon. R. W. Napier, Bengal Staff Corps, 10 Oct. 76. 

Auue de Lamp |^ , ^ Bt-Magor G. J. Gilbard. x8 Hussars, 9 June 77. 

Commanding Brigade Major General David Anderson, 22 Oct. 78. 

Aide de Camp Captain T. B. G. Molyneux, 22 F. 22 Oct. 78. 

Aeeietant Adjutant 4" Quarter Matter General Colonel F. R. 8. Flood, CB. h.p. Brigade Depot, 27 Sept. 78. 

Deputy Aeeietant Adjutant Gen. (for MueketryJ... Captain A. £. Pearse, 76 F. 23 Oct. 77. 

Brigade Major p.e.e. Captain H. J. T. Hildyard, 71 F. 6 Aug. 78. 

Commandina Royal Artillery {Colonel on Stqf) ... Colonel T. M. Harris. 

Brigade Majors Royal Artillery Captain H. M. J. Feilden, 1 July 77. 

Commanding Royal Engineer {Colonel on Stqff) ... Colonel E. B. Ewart, CB. i Nov. 77. 

(George Bernard Morgan,^ h.p. 77 F. n Dec. 60; Ene. it July 54 ; 
Lt. 5 Nov. 54; Capt. 3 Oct. 55 j Bt, Major, 4 Dec. 71 ; Bt.Zi.Col. 
IX Oct. 77. 

Garrieon Quarter Matter, William Fonlkes Cottrell, xo Nov. 77. 

Garrieon Inttruetor p.e.e. Captain C. H. Boileau, 61 Foot, 9 Oct. 77. 

1 Lt. Colonel Morgan served the Eastern campaign of i854-55,inclnding the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of 
Sebastopol, and capture of the Rifle-pits on the i8th April— contused (Medal with Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

MALTA. 

Governor and Commander in Chitf e. General Sir Arthur Borton, KCB. x W. I. Regt. 13 May 78. 

Aeeietant Military Secretary Lt.Colonel D. M. M. Grichton, Gren. Gds. 21 May 78. 

^«" "' ^"P {^aViaJ-iTo^'^^nf fii^^I^U 

Commanding Brigade Major General Bon. P. R. B. Feilding, CB. 1 Jan. 79. 

Aidede Camp Oaptain B. P. Cary, 35 F. i June 79. 

Deputy Adjutant 4r (garter Matter General Colonel C. A. B. Gordon, h.p. 60 F. x Jan. 80. 

Deputy Attittant Adjutant 4r Qr. Matt, General... p.e.e. Captain B. M. Dawes, xoo F. 7 April 77. 

Ditto (for Mueketry) Captain W. A. Bridge, 21 F. ix July 78. 

Brigade Mcyor s.t.c. Captain W. S. Cooke, 22 F. 8 Oct. 76. 

Commandina Royal Artillery {Colonel on Staff)... Colonel W. L. Dumaresq, 15 March 78. 

Brigade Major, RmoI ArtiUerv Captain H. A. Douglas, 1 Jnlv 77. 

Commanding Royal Engineer {CoUmtl on Stqff) ... Colonel T. A. L. Murray, a6 May 79. 

Garrieon Inttruetor p.e.e. Captain R. H. L. Brickenden, 4a F. a Oct. 75. 

JAMAICA (including HONDURAS). 

Captain General and Governor in Chi^ Sir Anthony Musgrave, KCMG. 8 June 77. 

Aidede Camp 

Colonel on the Stqff c. Colonel J. Hackett,h.p. Brigade Depot, 11 May 78. 

Brigade Major 

Lieutenant Governor qfSondurat Fred. Palgrrave Barlee, CMG. 10 May 77 



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MAURITIUS. 

Got>ern9r amd Commands in CkUf Sir George Fergason Bowcn, GCMG. 31 Msy 73. 

Primi0 aeeretaty amd Aidt de Camp 

OUomtl 9» tke Staf .T. 

^ng^d* Mt^jor p.».e. Captain B. L. Clarke, X03 F. x July 78. 

DOMINION OF CANADA. 
CoxTBxtnra xu. thx Protiitgbs witkut lsh Aj>jAcsirT thxbxto. 

Goetrmor General of ike Dominion of Canada The Right Son. tk« Marqiii$ of home, KT, GCMG Ottawa^ 

MUUary Seertiary Major P. W. De Winton, R. Artillery. 

Aidttde Camp ^. \ Lieat. Hon. C. Harbord, Soots Guards, 35 N'ov. 78. 

( Captain Y. Chater, 92 F. 25 Nov. 78. 



lie*tenmai General e. Qeaeral Sir P. L. M'Dottgall, ZCKG. 34 May 78. Sal\fa», 

Atnatant Militarjf Secretary Lt.Colonel F. W. Fremantle, Coldstream Guards, 34 May 78. 

jij^ A^ r«-« f p.».c. Lieut. J. C. Barker, R. Bng. 24 May 78. 

MMnaei.amp \p,z.e. Captain Hon. W. F. Elliot, 93 F. 24 May 78. 

Nova. Scotia. 

'Bfifode Major ».».<?. Captain J. Boughey, 6j F. x May 76. 

Aamelani Adjmtant and Quarter Matter Ghneral... iTCBtLt Colonel A. 8. Cameron, 25 F.31 March 78 ..Maltfax. 

^o^* Major MiVJor B. Nasrle, h.p. R. Canadian Rifles. 19 Dec. 70 ...Hal\fax. 

Berrieem Inetrmetor p.$,e. Captain E. C. Milner, 18 F. 4 Aug. 77 Haltfax, 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Geeermar and Commander in Chief Commander 9ir JohnH. Glover, Royal Navy, GCMG. 31 Mar. 76. 

Prieaie Seereteuj and Aide de Camp p.9.e. Lieut. H. H. Morgan, R. Marines. 

SAINT HELENA. 
Qetermer and C o m ma nde r in CUtf Hudson Ralph Janisch, CMG, 

WEST AFHICA SETTLEMENTS. 
{At Sierra Leone and on the Gambia.) 

BeeemoroMd Commander in Chief Surgeon Mi^or Samuel Rowe, CMG. 9 June 77 Si«rra Leon^. 

^a«Mfn^r2r<A« ^^"'•*"*»*"'<l^"«***^^***"** J Surgeon Major Valesiu8SkiptonGoldsbnry,3fZ). Ciro.x5Mar.77. 



GOLD COAST COLONY. 
{Jndndxng Lagoe and iti Dependeneiee.) 

Goeemor and Commander in ChUf Herbert Taylor Ussher, Esq. CMG. Accra. 

^t!^S^%*S^^«^^Xa^^^ } ^"li»^ Brandfoid Griffith. Esq.. CMG. Logo*. 

WEST INDIES, fto. 
Ci«— liiy M« Toreee Mi^or General D. J. (Gamble, CB. x Oct. 78. Barbadoet. 

Aameietmt MUitarf Seeretarg Bt.Lt. Colonel J. E. D. Hill, h.p. 63 F. 31 March 77. 

Aide de Cmmp Lieut. L. G. Pawkes, R. Art. i Oct. 78. 

dmetamt Adfniant and Qr.Maeter General Bt.Lt.Colonel C. Steel, h.p. Unatt. 30 July 79. 

BARBADOES AND WINDWARD ISLANDS. 
e^^rr^^^^Commander in Cl'-f <>/«»« ^«*- j Major G. C. Strahan, Clf6i. late of R. Art. 2 Dec. 76 Bariadoet. 

/ George Dunda8,CJfO. 31 Oct 74 St. Vincent. 

Augustus Fred. Gore, 39 Sept. 77 Toh<uo 

\ Colonel Robert Wm. Harley, CB. CMG. late of 2 

West India Regt. 28 Sept. 77 Grenada 

George William DesVoBUJC, CMG St. Lucia. 

ANTIGUA AND LEEWARD ISLANDS. 

rand Com. in Chirf of Leeward lelande ... George Berkeley, CMG. X4 Nov. 74 Antigua. 

/'Alex. Wilson Moir, CMG St. Chriete^her. 

Domtnieq^ 



Liewtemant Ooo tmor e 



C. M. Eldridge, Esq. ^ 

Neale Porter, Esq Montterrat. 

Spencer Churchill, Esq. Virgin Islandt. 

•• Ifevif. 



TRINIDAD. 

Qmerme and Comm ander in Chief Sir Henry Turner Irving, KCMG. 7 S e pt. 74 ToH itf Spain . 

BRITISH GUIANA. 
ffmrsoi mmd Commander in Chief. Cornelius HendericksenKortright,Clf(7.x4 Jn]y77...&eory«r«mi. 



Oarrisons. 

DrXGAK50N lOBT.— .J5»W Major ^ Lieut. Thomas Austin, 27 July 20. 

TOWER OF LONDON. 
&«teSlc MB Field MarshAl Sir Charles Yorko, GCB.\ Major, Mi^r Gen. G.B.Milman, CB. 20 Aug. 70. 
Bifle BricZe. x6 Msreh 75. Chaplain, Rev. Edw. J. Rogers, UA. h.p. 3X Jai 

leetx UQincitl C. L. B. ^uiilaad, CB. %z July 76. i Surgeon, Dep.Insp. General W. F. T. Ivey, h.p. x 

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Boyal Military College. 

fitoMmar.— General W. C. B. Napier, i Nov. 75. 

Oomwumdamt and Secretary — |>.<.e. Colonel F. D. Middle- 
ton, iLp. aq F. 8 Sept. 74. 

Ohaplaim.—Bxiv, W. R. Beach, MA, 

AigVkhU ami Quarts Matter.— Johjo. Davies, 36 Nov. 58. 

8mrff9o».—T. Fraaer, MD. Deputy Surgeon Oen. half pay 
xo April 77. 

ABiitt. Surg.— Surgeon Major J. Anderson, 6 Nov. 78. 

XMi>ii^ir(iw<»r.—Capt.Gha.Clementa Brooke,* zaMar. 6z. 

HiLITABT PB07B880B8 AVD IlTSTBUCTOM. 

Profeetor of For^i/teo^ion. —Major E. D. 0. O'Brien, 
B. Bng. 16 Got. 77. 

" »or G.H. C.Halkett, R.Eng. 39 Ang.7a. 
uor B. H. Williams, R. Bng. z Sept. 73. 
ijorB. O. Seton, R. Eng. xi Feb. 75. 

ICapt. H. Cantley, R. Eng. ix Feb. 75. 
Gapt. W. B. Hurst, R. Eng. xx Feb. 75. 
Capt. K. R. Tola, R. Enp. i Sept. 77. 
Captain L. K. Scott, R. Eng. 25 Get. 77. 
p.t.e, Lieut. H. T. Wing, 97 F. a June 79. 

p of Military Surveying.— e. Bt.Lt Colon el William 
Pater8on,>h.p.63F.a4July6o; £nf. zz Dec.46; if.x3 
Got. 5ZJ Capt. »25 Mar. 56; Bt.Major, 5 July 7a. 

/Major E. A. Anderson, x8 Foot, 27 Oct. 63. 
p.t.e.Maj . C.W.FothergiU,R.M.Art.zAug.68. 
Captain R. L. Leir, 31 F. 30 Jan. 71. 

St.e. Capt. A.M. Delavoye, 56F. 11 Feb. 75. 
iptain H. E. Gaulter, 37 F. 36 May 75. 
\ p.$.e. Capt C. H. Bunbnry, 9^ F. 35 Apr. 76. 
p.«.e. Capt. R. G. DeMontmorency, 83 F. 10 

April 77. ' 

I Bt.Major R. H. Rosser, 37 F. Z5 Mar. 79. 
\p.9.e. Capt. H. E. G. Kitchener,46F.izMar.79. 
jPrtfeeeor of Ttuiiet, Military Adminietration and Law. — 

p.e.e. Capt. 0. C. King, R. Mar. Art. z Mar. 78. 
Jnetruetora in Taetiea^ Military Adminiitraiion and Law. — 
p.$.e. Captain N. L. Walford, R. Art. zx Feb. 75. 
pa.e. Captain L. F. B. Gary, Rifle Br., Z9 Mar. 77. 
p.$.e. Captain B. G. Hall, R. Marine Art. ax June 77. 
p,e.e. Major H. M.Mooraom, R. Art. z Sept. 77. 
p.s.c. Captain B. J. Courtenay, 35 F. 35 Mar. 78. 
p.$.e. Captain A. R. Savile, x8 F. 73 Mar. 79. 
p.e.e. Captain A. G. Impey, 107 F.r3i May 79. 
j».t.e. Captain W. H. Darnel, 15 F. z Sept. 79 



InUruetort in | 
SiortyteaUon. • 



Frqfn 



tnairuetorn 
dnMiUtary. 
.Surveying. 



Staff College. 

Commandant— p.9.e. Colonel C. O. Oreagh-Osbome, CB., 

h.p. Brigade Depot, zx May 78. 

PaonMOBS. 

Military AH. and Hi»tory.—p.;e. Lt Colonel T. E. A 

Hall, h.p. 49 F. 34 Deo. 78. 
Fort^ieation and Artillery.— 

MtUtary Drawing and Surveying.— Bt^TA-ColomBl W. H. 

Richards, 55 F. 16 Oct. 78. 
MOiUiry Adminietration and Law.—p.s.e. Bt.Lt.Colonel 

C. Parsons, 3 F. a8 Mar. 74. 
Mathemaiie».—Roy. J.F. Twisden, MA. 
Freneh.—A. Aigr^ de Charente. | German. — C. Jeep. 
Sindoetanee.—MAJOTF, Chenevlz-Trench, ao Hussars. 
(?«o{ooy.— Thomas Rup«rt Jones, PBS.,FQ8. 
Chemutry and Natural Pkilotophy.—Jidmmid Atkinson, 

Ph.D. PCS. 

STVDXVtS. 



Senior Dioieion, 
Captain G. Grove, zs F. 
Lt. J. J. Leverson, R. Eng. 
Gapt. G. M'Donald, R. Eng. 
•Capt. H. H. Crookenden, 

R.A. 
Capt. E. R. EUes, R. Art. 
Lt. J. R. J. Jooelyn, R. Art. 
Capt. R. Cooper, 13 F. 
•Gapt. P. D. Jeffreys, 88 F. 
Lt. E. V. Huyshe, 41 F. 
Capt. A. G. Tidy, 54 F. 
Captain F. G. Doyle, a Dr. 

Gds. 
Capt. F. Stringer, 33 F. 
Capt. A. J. O. Pollock, 3z F. 
Capt. J. G. R. Glasgow, za F. 
Gapt. W.G.T. Bickford, R.M. 

Lt. J. G. Ponsonby, 49 F. 
Lt. E. Nash, 44 F. 
Capt. J. H. S. Graigie, 7z F. 
Capt. J. Spence, to3 F. 
Capt. C. W. Norton, 5 Lan- 
cers. 



Junior Divieion. 
•Lt. W. Peacocke, B. Eng. 
•Gapt. J. D.Legard, B.Art 
Lt. H. Mitchell. R. Eng. 
Capt. C. F. C. Beresfofd, 

B. Eng. 
Gapk B. A. Montgomery, 

B.Art. 
Gapt.H. D. Dnnlop,R.Art 
Lt. F. W. Benson, za Lan. 
Bt Major G. Barton, 7 F. 
Lt. G. F. Browne, 48 F. 
Capt. C. J. R. Fnlford, 

Bengal B.C. 
Lt. F. W. Romilly, Scots 

Guards. 
Lt. G. M. Bnllook, zz F. 
Capt. J. T. Browne, acHus. 
Lt. W. A. Gough, S3 F. 
Capt. A. J. Patenon, z9 F. 
Capt. H. T. W. Allatt,46 F. 
Capt.C.F.ThomBon,7 Hus. 
•Capt. A. W. Morris, 58 F. 
•Capt.E.T.H.Hntton,6oF. 
Capt. T. Prickett, 56 F. 
Lt. J. W. Godft*y, 35 F. 



• On Field Service. 



1 LtColonel Paterson served with the 80th Regt. in the Burmese war of X853-53, including thebombardme&t and 
capture of Prome, repulse of the^subsequent night attack, reconnaissance at Ithaymew, advance on Meeaday, and 
capture and destruction of two of the enemy's stockades beyond it (Medal with Clasp fbr Pegu). 

■Captain Brooke served in the Osmanli Irregnihr Cavalry during the Crimean campaign (Turkish Medal). 



Royal SSilitaxy Aoademy at Woolwich. 



PritUMU.— Field Marshal 'ifJ^H. ^•ZHfiireo/' Cambridge, 
K0. JTP. GCB. GCM&. OCSI. Commander in Ckitf, 
S Feb. 70. 

©oMifwr.— Lieut. General Sir John MlUer Adye, KCB. 



-Lt.' 



GoL W. D. Marsh, R. Bng. 



Boyal Artillery, i Aug. 
Seornary and Treaaurer.- 
36 Sept. 77. 

Captain qf the Company of Gentlemen Cadett. 
UMior T. Fan Straubensee, R. Arullery, 6 Apr. 79. 

LieutenanU of the Company of Gentlemen Cadet: 
Lieut. B. G. H. Bingham, R. Artillery, 12 Oct. 75. 
Lieut. A. H. Call well, R. Artillery, 4 June 79. 
Lieut. H. C. G. Walker, R. ArtUlery, 7 Oct. 79. 

Adjutant and Quartermaeter. 
Captain F. W. Nind, Royal Artillery, so Sept. 77. 
;9i»r^«m.»Surgeon Major E. H. Roberts, 9 Dec. 75. 

Chavlain and CUutieal Inetructor. 
Sev. J. Bond, llA. xo Feb. 75. 

Prqfeeeor ef Mathemaiice and Meehaniot, 
Morgan W. Orofbon, BA. PES. 

Inefruetors of Mathematie; 



H. Hart, x9 March 73. 

e, ir4. Z9I 

Wyxme, R. Art. x8 Marcn 76. 
Pn^etaor of PortMeation and Qeom^Unoal Drtminy. 



. F. S. Tylecote, 
Oimtaln G. C. Wy 



} March 73. 
e, R. Art. x8 March 76. 



Capt. B. M. Lloyd, R. Eng. z Oct. 76. 



Inetruetore of Port^fimOion and Oeometrioal l^reueinf. 
Captain J. Gore Booth, B. Bng. x8 Mar. 73. 
Captain J. W. Savage, B. Bng. 30 Sept 77. ' 
Captain W. G. Boss, B. Bng. z Oct. 76. 
Captain A. C. Ward, B. Eng. z Oct. 76. 
Pritfeeeor of Artillery. 
Msjor J. Sladen, B. Art. z March 75. 

InaArueior ^f Artillery, 
Captain B. Walkey, B. Art. z April 73. 

Ametant Inetruetor qf Artillery, 
Captain C. Jones, B. Art. 30 June 70. 

Prqfeeeor qflfiUtary Mistory. 
p.e.e. Captain S. G. Pratt, B. Art. 22 May 79. 

Prqfeeeor qf Military Drawing, 
Captain F. Boberts, B. Art. 30 Sept. 77. 

Ineh^ietore in Military Drawing, 
Captain A. G. Walker, B. Art. 18 Mar. 76. 
Captain V. F. Bowe, B. Eng. 20 Sept. 77. 
Captain W. St. G. Burke, B. Bng. 24 Sept. 79. 
Prqfeeeor of Landeeape Drawing.— "^va. GUfton. 
prqfeeeor of Preneih.—Mone. AlbeH Barr^re. 
Profeeeor of German.— C. H. Schaible, Pk.D. 2f2>. 
Profeeeor of Chemietry and Phyeiee,—0, L. Blozana, 



Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



Military Establishments. 
Army Pay Office. 

Pa^mmtUr Qenerai^ Si, S<m. Stephen CaTe, MP. 



28 



Judicial Department. 

«r«4r* AdooeaU Oweral of the United Kingdom, Bt. Hon, 

G. OATendiek Bentinck» MP. 
tf^mtjf Jwig* Adooeaie OtnenU, J. C. O'Dowd. Esq. 
»>- ' jwA*. (J*-*-*- ^•J- Gen* S- Carey, CB. ...London 

*^5Sj2y .' Col. J. H. Bocke, h.p. 18 P London 

' • {p.*.c. Bt.U.Ool. H, A. Brett, 43P.DuWln 
Offlee. 35, Great Geor^re Street, WeetminBter. 

Inspector of Regimental Colours, 
flir Albert William Woods, Gartw Zing of Arm*. I 



Army Schoola. 

JMjMe^tfr... Colonel A. C. Gleig, h.p. Royal Artillery, 

8uh Intpeetor* <f Armv Sehoolt. 



John Belling x Apr. 71 

Robert Kirk i Apr. 71 

William Savage... i Apr. 71 
GeorgeRobertaon x Apr. 71 

John Stewart i Apr. 71 

Thomas Barp x Apr. 71 

Ohaxles Carnegie x Apr. 71 

Wm. Thaeker x Apr. 71 

Bdward Giles 8 June 73 

Edwin H. Rogers x 1 Sep. 72 



Alfred Wolfe 14 Feb. 74 

Jas.E.Cartwright X4 Feb. 74 
Wm. Robinson ...14 Feb. 74 
Enoch Shipman x4Feb. 74 
Thos.C.Sherwoodx4Feb. 74 
Samuel Goadby x4Feb.^4 
W.M.MacKinder94 Mar.7S 
Jos. Hen. Carroll aa Sep. 75 
Joseph Tapsell ... i Aug. 77 
BdwardBramhall 6 Deo. 79 



Boyal Hospital, Chelsea. 
Oeneral Sir Patrick Grant, QCB. &CMQ. 
Yt F. so Feb. 74. 
m^for 4- LLOovamer.^^olouel R. H. Gall, CB, h.p. 

14 Hiiawra. x March 74. 
AMguimmi. — John James Charles Irby,^ 7 Sept. 55 : En*. 
'17 Jan. 5x : Lt. 8 Oct. 54 ; Capt. 16 Jan.63 ; Hon. M^jor, 
ao Mar. 78. 
S ww <— j f.— M^ior Gen. Geo. Hutt, CB. late of Bombay 

Anny. 6 Mar. 65. 
'*— '-^.— Bev. Sydney Clark, MA. h.p. a Feb. 78. 

vmi Smtyton.^J. A. M'Munn,* ITD. h.p. Staff 
, 4 Not. 68. 
' Ai^^mm.—Thomas Ligertwood,* MD. h.p. Staff 



Royal Military Asylum. 

Commctndtmt.-^.s.c. Colonel J.P.Batter8by,h.p.6oP. 
Secretary andAd fnt ant .^Bt. Lt.Colonel HughMackensio,* 

h.p. X5 F. xa Feb. 73. 
Quarter lf(B*/«-.— William Macdonnoll,^* ar Aug. 73. 
Medical OJUer.—Dep. Insp. Gen. J. B. S. Crosse,^ h.p. 
Chaplain.— Bsv. Er4U)mus EL. Goodwin, BA. 



QptuUr MaeUr. 



, 23 Jan. 69, 
-.—Will 

Captain* «f Invalid*. 



iTliam Barlow, 17 July 7a. 



B.W.HamphrT,hj>. R.Eng. 
Bt.Lt Colonel A. Green,h.p. 
Rifle Brigade. 



John HarrimcL, Unatt. 
J.Taiider H.Rees, h.p. 40 F. 
J. W. Dianiell. h. p. xox P. 
Geo. Gstend, h. p. 43 F. 

Boyal Hospital, Kilmainham. 
JCnter. — The Commander of the Forces in Ireland. 

J--* n^ ir«rf.« (^The Deputy A<y. Gen. in Ireland. 
^«wf iMp. Moaun. I ^g j^ Quarter Master Gen. do. 

Captmn* on the E*tahli*hment. 
Gaptein George Cressw^, h.p. Unatt. 
Captain P. OTallaghan, h.p. X3 F. 
J4^'«e«<.— Capt. W. M*Gill,» h. p. 79 P. 13 Nor. 68. 
P%wfas amd SaiYreos.— William Carte,* 13 Aug. 58. 
CVpfaia.— Ber. George Hare. 

A tnto i j i. Begittrar, and rrsomtrvr.— Langrishe P. Banks. 
OBflrf«r Jfa«2«r.— Lieut. James Watson, h.p. Mil. Train. 
fc l i eifa r.— 8. Hobson, Esq. 



Boyal Victoria Hospital at Netley. 

Governor and Commandant.— Oo\oue\ R. C. Stewart, h.p. 

a F. 16 Jan. 78. 
Staff Capt. 4r Ajmietant Commandant. — Colonel Wm. 

Roberts Farmar,** h.p. 75 Foot, 34 April 7a. 
.iJ/vtoii^— Bolton James Alfred Mousell, 6 May 74; 

En*. J Sept. 58; Lieut. '39 Oct. 61; Capt. »2o Apr. 66; 

Bt.Major, 31 Dec. 78. 
Patfi»a««*r.— Robert. Savery Rouse, t6 Apr. 58; Hon. 
Majorats Apr. 73. 



Military Prisons. 

In»p*etor General.— ^o\. Sir E.F. DnCane,f C.8. R.Eng. 
In*peetor*.—W. F. Pagan, W. J. Stopford, H. Wakeford. 
Alder*hot.—Gov., Col.W. H. C. Wellesley. late of xo Foot. 
Cork.— Goo., M^jor H. W. Caznpbell, late of 79 Foot. 

Med. Off., Surgeon Major J. W. Johnston, h.p. 85 Foot. 
Dublin.— Gov., Capt. D. F. Allen, late of X7 Foot. 

Med. Of., 
Go*port.—Gov., A. P. Miller, late Captain 9a P. 

Med. Off. 
Glenero**—Chi^ Warder, J. Martin. 

Med. Off., Dep. Surgeon Gen. H. M. Fraser, MD., h.p. 
MaUip.—Gov., H. C. Talbot, late Captam 43 P. 
Bine— .Pocin^t Red. 



Boyal Hibernian Military School, Dublin, 

dami.—Colonti L. S. Cotton.^h.p. 63 P. | QMorter 3fa*<«r.— Edwin Sherlock. 



and Adj.— Bt.Ut.Co\onB\ T. B. Speedy,io Unatt. i Surgeon.-De^. Insp. Gen. P. H. Baxter, MD. h.p. 

Irby serred the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkermrm. capture of 
ara, siege of Sebastopol,repnlse of sortie on a6th Oct. 1855. and storming the Quarries on 7th June x8s5 — 
•ef«f»ly woonaed, left leg amputated (mentioned in despatches. Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

* LuCokmel H. Mackenaie served with the 73rd Regiment throughout the Kaf&r war of x85o-53 (Medal) and was 
preant at nearly all the principal actions in Susffirland and the Colony; also on the expedition to the Basuta 
ccoBtry and at the battle of Berea. 

* Doctor J. A. M'Monn served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, inolnding the siege of Sebaatopol (Medal with 
^--^ and Turkish Medal). ^^ ;» ^^ «. a *- 

r T. ligertwood served throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma (men- 
l in daspaftehee) andlnkerman, siege and fUl of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of 

Xrl Czoaaeserved with^the xith Hussars darin|[ ^e Eastern (»mpaign of X8S4-55, includin|r the affkir of 



, battiea of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchemaya, siege and foil of Sebastopol (Medal with four 

nssps,gnigfat of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

* Mr. Ctete served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, siege of 
flebMicipcil, and sortie of a6th Oct. (Medal with Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

* Cmfiitm M*Gill served with the 79th Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854--55, inolnding the 
hieks of Alma and Balaklava, siege and faU of Sebastopol, assaults of the i8th June and 8fch September, expe- 
diiBBtoKertehaiMlYenikale (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish liedal). Served 
^^ ^ '^ Indian mntiny campaign in X858-59, including the action at Seoundra, siege and capture of Lucknow, 



. ) Camp to Sir Sydney Cotton commanding tne resnawnr uivision m tne sup- 

I of tbe Indian motinv finom Dec. 1857 to its termination. Also served in tho expedition on the Euzofzie 
r the same General in 1858, and was present at the destruction of Chingalee, also at the dcKtruction of 
\ a stvoxwrhold of Mokuirabkleans on the Mahabund Mountain. Subsequently at the deotruction of 
1 at the taking of the Stockade belonging to the Hindostanee Fanatics on the heights above— mezitiuned 

. J {Medal with Clasp). 

^ lAGoknal Speedy served the campaigns of X84X and 4a in Affghanistan with the x^th Light Infantry: and was 
PRantattha storming of the Kboord Cabool Pass, aiRur of Tezeen, foroing the Jngdmlnck Pass, reduction of the 
Coft of MaauM Khali, aefleoce of Jellalabad, and sorties on the 14th Nov. and xst Dec. X841, xith March, a4th Yarch, 



nt at the 

^ _ rlghtthigh 

BT a ynaaAot while oaRylBgtha Queen's Colonr. Served with the 8and Regiment in the Indian cnmp;tfprn of 
1157-58, fadadiaf the acmms of Cawnpore on the a6th a7th and a8th November and 6th December, capture of 
PtaMffhar, aetiim at Kankmr, oaptar« of Bare^v, relief of Shal^Jehanpore, and actions around. The Company 
nd»1iis oonmaod was amrtioned in General Vmidham*s despatch fbr its conduct on the a8th November in the 
Wfeaia of two xS-ponnden (Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

" QiBlar Master Maedonnall served in the Kaffir war of 1853-51 (Medal) . Served in the Crimea, after the fall 
« Hi i ti M i B lni, from zQsh Korember 1855 to 4th June 1856. Has the Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct. 

D 2 



29 



OjSU&rs Receiving Rewards for Distinguished or Meritorious Services. 



GsVXBiJ.8. 

a Bainbrigge, J. H., Unatt. 
%m Smith, Thomas C, UBatt. 
LumvAVT GairsBALB. 
Airey,arJ.T.,irCB. 
Alexander, Sir James Bdward, CB» 
Ansell, A. F. 
Armstrong, J. W., CB. 
Baomgartner, B. J.« CB. 
Call, G. F. S., CJ. ^ 
Claremont, E. S., CB. 
Clarke, G. C, C5. 
Clarke, W. _ ^^^ 

Colbome, fl^(m. Sir F., ECB. 
Cole, J. A. 
Conway, T. S., CB. 
Creagh, J. B.,h.p. 48^- 
Elmhirst, C, CB. 
Brskine, G. 
Ewart, J. A.. CJB. 
Foley, Eon. St. Geo. G., CB. 
Fordyce, C. F., CB. 
Forrest, W. C, CB. 
Foster, C. J.. CB. 
Greathed, 5tr E. H., XCB, 
Hale, B. B., CB. 
Herbert, A. J., CB. 
Heyland, A. T., CB. 
Ingall. W. L.. CB. 
Jeffreys, E. R., CB. 
KeUy, Sir R. D.. KCB, 
Kelly, T. C. CB. 
Lacy, R. W. 
Lacy, T. B. 
Layard, W. T. 
Laye, J. H. 

Longden, H. E., CB. C8I. 
Macdonald, Hon. James W. B.. fJM. 
Macdonell,A., CB. 
rOT Maude, Sir Fred. F., KCB. 
Maxwell, E. H., CB. 
Maxwell, G. V., CB. 
Parke, W., CB. 
Pattle, T., CB. 
Pratt, R., CB. 
Preston, W. R. 
Raines, J. A. R., CB. 
Rainey, H. G., CB. 
Roche, B. 
Rollo. Ron. R., CB. 
8hadwell,L., CB. 
Shipley, R. Y.. CB. 
Smith, J. W. S.. CB. 
Smyth, Sir E. Selby, KCUG. 



Somerset, B. A., Cjs. 
Stephenson, F. C. A., CB. 
Street, J. A., CB. 
Stuart, J. R., CB. 
Taylor, R. C. H., CB. 
Thackwell, J.B.,CB. 
Walker, C.P.B.,CB. 
Warre, H. J., CB. 
Wells, S., CB. 
Whimper, F. A., CB. 

Whitmore, E. A.,CB. 

Wolseley,Sir Garnet J., XCB.,OCJf(? 

Ma JOB GSHSBALB. 

Addison, Thomas, CB, 

Alison, Sir A. Bart. KCB. 

Annesley, S. F. C. 

Aplin, J.G. R 

Bayly, Paget, r.f.p. Br. Depot. 

Best, R. M. 

Bingham, G. W. P., CB. 

Browne, A. CB, 

Badd, R. 

Burton, F., CB. 

Butler, P. A., CB. 

Carey, R., CB. 

Chelmsford, F. A-, Xord, KCB. 

re Clifford, Bvn. H. H., CB. 



Conolly, J. 
Cox, J. W., CB. 
Cureton, E. B. 
Currio, B. H. r.f.p. 39 ^' 
Dcmovas^ E. W. 
Drj'hilnle. Wm., CB. 
Dwyer, J., r-f-p- 14 F. 
Bnyiu, It. J. CB. 
Blringt<:>ii, F. E,, CB. 
PycTS, W. A.» CB. 

Gljii. J. R, CB. 

Gonlon, O. E. P., CB. 

Gordon, C. H.» CB, r.f.p. Dep6t Batt 

GoTfloTi, W,, CB. 

G V- . H. 

H»i*— wii, H., CB, 

Hamilton, H. M.,CB. 

Hawley, R.B. ,CB. 

Hope, wm., CB. 

Knox, B. 

Knox,T.B.,CB. 

Lightfoot, T., CB. 

Loftus, W. J., CB. 

Lfiwe.E. W.B.,CB. 

Lcnvr>%lL W.,CB. 

M'iDtyre, C.C., CB. 

MacdoDfllrt, J. M.,r.f.n.Ceylon Rifles. 

MftcliunEio, A., CB. r.f.p. 78 F. 

Moin. Cf-T rXp. Brigade Depot. 

Mnrra.v, A. W., CB. 

Ncwiljfiiite, K., CB. 

Nfjnritiu, H. R., CB. 

N.- • ■ i.i'.L. „ 

O -.licii, B., CB. 

Payn, Wm., CB. ^ ^ 

Plunkett, Son. 0. D., r.f.p. 1 F. 

Prett^ohn,R.B., CB. 

Robertson, J. H. C. 

Sargent, J. X. OB. 

Sawyer, C. 

Scudamore, A., CB. 
Seager,E., CB. 
Spurgin, J. B., CB. C8I. 
Thomas, J. W., CB. 
Warden, R.. CB. 
Weare, H. E., CB. 
White, Robert; CB. 
WUby,W., CB. 
Willis, G. H. S., CB, 
Wingfleld, J. H. 
Yonge, G. N. K. A. 

COLOKBLB. 

Cobbe, A. H., CB. h.p. 17 F. 
Deshon. F. G. T., h.p. Depot Batt. 
Elliot, A. J. H.. CB. h.p. Unatt. 
Gall, B. H., CB. h.p. 14 Hussars. 
Glyn, R. T., 24 1". 



Hughes." R. J., h.p. 63F. 
Lamb, S. B., r.f.p. 4 w. I. R. 
M*Kay, J., Brigade Depot. 
Nelson, A. A.,CB. h.p. Dep6t Batt. 
Pitt, G. Dean,CB. Brigade Depot. 
Roberts, W.. 5 F. 
Stewart, W. L. r.f/p. Depot Batt. 
Whitmore, F. L., unatt. 
Wombwell, A., Brigade Depot. 
ire Wood, Sir H. B., KCB. 90 F. 
Woods, H. G., 8 F. 

LXBVTBVAITT COLOVBLB. 

Byrne, T. M., Unatt, 
Hook, L., h.p. Ceylon Rifles 
Statt Patmabtbb. 
Harvey, H. 

Patmabtbbb. 
M'Naughton, D. C^ h.p. 13 F. 
Robinson, J-, l^-P- »«o- ^•*' 
Thompson, Q., n.p. ai F. 
Wheatley, J., h.p. Bee. Dist. 

QVABTBB MaSTBBS. 



Allen, Capt.Geo.,h.p. Scots GdB 
Breading,Capt.J.R.,h.p. Depot 



Batt, 



Green, Captain O., h.p. 82 F. 
Hoban, Captain T., h.p. 13 F. 
Jackson, Captain D., hp. 90 *^- 
V€. Macdonald, Captam H., h.p. 
Morris, Captain T., h.p. Depjt Batt. 
O'Neill, Captain D., h.p. 34 f • __. 
Pronger, Captain J., h.p. 12 liinoers. 
Turner, Captain John, h.p. 5o r- 
Watson, Captain W., h.p. Dep6t B*t*. 
Wilkinson, H., 3» F. 

Eoysl ArtiltaTT. 
Gevbkai^ 
Dacres, SW R. J.. GCB. 

LlBUTBHAHT GbFBBALS. 

Adye, Sir J. M., ^CB. 
D'Aguilar, Sir C. L., KCB. 
Dunlop, F., CB. r.f.p. 
PhillpottB, A. T. 

Major Gbitbbals. 
Biddulph, Sir M. A. S., KCB. 
Campbell, F. A., CB. 
Gartuner, H. L. 
Gibbon, J. R., CB. 
Hamley. B. B.. CB. 
Henry, C. S., CB. 
Maberly, E., CB. r.f.p* 
Price, B., CB. 
Shaw, G.,CB.r.f.p. 
Turner, J., CB. 

COLOKBX. 

Hawkins, A. C, CB. 

LiBVtBVAire COLO»BlB. 

Handyside, W., r.f.p. Coast Bng. 
Henry, W ., r.f.p. Coast Brig. 

Royal Engineers. 

LiBUTBHAHT GxiTBBAU. 

Bent, George, CB. r.f.p. 
Bourchier. E. F., CB. r.f.p. " 
Hadden. W. C. 

Keane. Son. H. F., CB. r.f.p. 
Montagu, H. W., CB. 
Ogle, E. 

Majob GsirBBALS. 
Browne, J. F. M., CB. 
Mann, G. F.. CB.r.tp. 
Mould, T. R., CB. r.f.p* 

COLOKBL. 

Hassard, F. C, CB. 

Medical Department. 

SVBGBOV GXITBBAI.. 

re Mouat, J.. CB. h.p. 

IirspBCTOXB Gbhbbal. 
Anderson, K.,MD. CB. h.p. 
Dane, Richard, MD. CB. h.p. 
Taylor, J. R, CB. h.p. 
Whyte, C, h.p. 

DbPUTT IjrSPBCTOBB Gbhbsal. 
Bradford, B., h.p. 

SUXOBOV. 

Wood, Arthur, MD. h.p. 

Chaplaiitb. 
Halpin, Bev. R., JfA. 
Haleatt, Bee. H., MA. 
Wright, Yen. Areh. H. P., MA. h.p. 
Royal Xariaes. 

Gbvbbals. 
Brown-Greive, J. T., CB. p.f.p. 
Gascoigne. J. H., CB. r.f.p. 
Graham, Sir F., KCB. r.f.p. 
Langley, G. C, CB. r.f.p. 
Lowder, S. N., CB. p.f.p. 
Stransham, Sir A. B., KCB, r Jlp. 

Majob Gbvsbalb. 
Boyle, R.,CB. 
Kennedy, J. W. A- j 
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Officers Becehiny Sewjrds for Di8tingui8h3l or Meritor low Services, 



29a 



INDIAN ABMT. 



Johsaon. ffr E. B., ZCS. CIS. &. 

(Ben.) Art. 
Stuuuis, H. J., CB. r.tp. 

LmmvAjrt Gbvssxls. 
Banrdl. C. A., CB. Bennl 8.0. 
Brafie,H.I«o6.,CB.r.f.p.B. (Ben.)Ari. 
Caddl, Alex. Tod, R. (Madns) Art. 
CWwninrtin.WJL, CB. r.f.p. R (Ben- 

Gnxetoii, G., CB. Bengal S.G. 
HogliaB, W. T.f CB. Bengal S.C. 
K^je, B., Ci7. r.f.p. R. (Bengal) Art. 
lAvmioe, Air 6. St. P., CB., XCSI,, 

late B«i«l Staff Ckirps. 
Leith, rTw. D., CB. 
Haxwall, H. H., CB. R. (Bengal) Art. 
Konnaa,AirH.W.,XC^.CJJ?.Ben.8.G. 
FC01pherts,W., CB. R. (Beng.) Art. 
Fff Probyn, Sir D. H., CA. iCSI. 

Bengal Cavalry. 



(BomtHiy) 

Muos GsirsBALfl. 
Anstrather,?. , CB. r.fj>. R. (Xadr. ) Art. 
Boorchier, Bir Q., KCB. r. f. p. R. 

(Bengal) Art. 
Cadell, R., CB. R. (Madras) Art. 
Gotton^F.G., C5/.r.f.p.R.(Madr.)Bng. 
Cortis, W. P. 

FaUe, A. V., R. (Madras) Art 
Fraser, A., CB. R. (Bengal) Eng. 
Jenkins, G. V., r.f.p. 19 Hussars. 
Lxunsden, Ar P. S., KCB. C81. 

Bengal S.G. 
Pears, Sir T. T., KCB. r.f.p. R. 

(Madras) Eng. 
Petrie, J. O., CB. R. (Bom.) Art. 
Richardson, W., CB. late Bengal S.G. 
Shaw, R. J., late Bombay 8. 0. 
Wallace, Sir B., KCSL lato Bom. S.G. 



GOLOVBLB. 

Aitohison, G. T., CB. Bombay 8.0. 
Brownlow.^trC.H., KCB. Beng. S.G. 
Buck, L. W., Madras 8. 0. 
Bame, H. K., CB. Bengal 8. CL 
Dmry, A.. Madras Staff Corps. 
Elliot. G. S., Madras S. G. 
Johnson. A. B., Bengal S.G. 
Keyes, C. P., CB., Madras 8. G. 
"Bt Maopherson.H.T. , CB.BengalS.a 
Murray, J. I., CB. Bengal S.Cf. 
Wood, H. H. A., CB. Bombay S.G. 
Wright, T., CB. Bengal S. C. 

liiaimv^irT Goloksls. 
Brown, W., late Bombay Infantry. 
Hadfleld, A. J. Madras Bstab. 

3£anxcA.L Dbpibticist. 
Beatson, J. F.. MD. CIS. Surg. (3en. 
Smith, G., KD. Surg. Gen. 
Wyllie,D., JTD.Depnty Sorgeon GKm. 



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'aa June 49! I John GIas Sandeman,*^ late Captain x Drs.... 

P16 Oct. 49 1 Robert Edw. Henry," late Brer. Lt.CoL ao F. 

26 Feb. saj ICha. Edwyn Wyatt,'^ late Bt. Major 8 HnssarB 



Pxs Nov. 60 I Arthur Campbell- Walker.^^ late Captain 79 
x6 July 61 1 F. A^'utamt a AdnUnutrativg Battalion 



30 Her Majesty's Body Qttard of the 

Honourable Corps of Oentlemen-at-ArmSi 

The Body Guard of ths Sovereign on all Public and State oceoMons, 
(fiflTijiLX8Hxi> nr m Tbab X509.) 

Captain William, Xor^ ^Coventry, 28 May 77. 

Lieutenant GustavuB Hume,^ late Bt.Lt. Col. Unatt., ao Nov. 78. 

Standard Bearer Wm. O'Bryen Taylor,** late Major aa F.x Jan. 76. 

QxVTLBlfSir-AT-ABXB. 

Xdward Goodwin, late Major Cambridge JlilUia 

Btapleton Charles Cotton 

Edward Sutherland, latf; Brevet Major 7 F ... 

Fra. C. Wemyas, Major 6 We»i York Militia.., 

Griffin Nioholas, Hon. Major r. f. p. 5 F 

T. B. Mortimer, late Brevet Lt.Colonel TTnatt. 

Charles Dreeing,* late Brevet Lt.Colonel sF. 

Henry Hardinge.71ateLt.Gol. Rifle Brigade ... 

Bevil Granville," late Brevet Major i^r.A^u- 
iant 1 Serte B{/le Volunteers 

Stanhope Leonard Douglaa WiUan,*late Cap- 
tain aF 

Paget John Bourke,i<> late Captain x i F 

Henry JoblingWallack,"Iato Captain 77 P.... 

John Henry Lowndes,** late Lt.Colonel 6 F. ... 

John Walrond Clarke,** late Captain 10 Hus. . . . 

70 Fred. Robertson Aikman,*' Captain h. p. 
Bengal Infentry, Lt.Col. Commamdant JSaet 
Middleefx Jfilitia 

James Herbert Freme,** late Captain 79 F. 
Lt.Col'onel x Shropshire Rifle Volunteers 

Wm. Cuninghame Cuninghame,** late Cap- 
tain 79 F 

Biohard George Ellison,** late Major 47 F. .. 

John Cha. D. Morrison,** late Col. R.Marines 

JaStAinslie Stewart,** late Colonel R. Mar. ... 



2a July 61 1 

aa July 61 ! 

3 Feb. 63. 

9 Sept. 63 1 

8 Oct. 63' 
as Apr. 64 1 
17 Dec. e^\ 
X7 Dec. 64' 

8 Mar. 65 1 



13 May 65 

X9 July 65' 

x8Aug.67 

xsFeb. 681 

30 Mar. 69 

4 June 69 



Hertfordshire Bi/le Volunteers 

Francis Pavy,** late Captain 74 F 

Walter Clopton Wlngfleld,** late Major Mont- 



gomerp Teomamrjf Cavahy. 
JC John Grant Malcolmson,** late Lieut. 3 



Bombay Cavalry 

John Hampden waller,** late Lieut. a8 P 

Wm. Chester Master, Cf.>« late Colonel 28F.S 
Theodore Williams.** late Lieut. 10 Hussars...! 
Horatio Page Vance,** late BrevetLt.C0l.38P. I 
Edward Andrew Noel.** late Captain 31 Foot 
Montagu Jno. Battye,**late Malor Indian Army I 
Shadwell H. Gierke,** Bt. Lt.Col. h.p. ax F. ... 
Reynold AUeyne Clement, late Captain 68 Foot! 

Charles Cooch,** Lt. Col. UnaU 

Edward Brown,*s Colonel, r.f p. xox F 

Geo. Henry Pooklington,** late Lt. Q>1. x8 F... 
Henry Brackenbury,*? late Mf^or Depot Batt. 
Francis Cunningham Scott,** CB, Lt.CoL 

h.p. 4a F , 



iBJvmeto 
aoJnly 6y 
ao July 69 



90 July 69 
aoJnly 6^ 

aaApr. 70 

as May 70 

34 An^. 70 

3» Oct. 70 

6 Mar. 71 

97 Feb. 74 

19 Mar. 75 

X3 Apr. 75 

x6 Apr. 75 

X Apr. 76 

X4 Mar. 77 

I July 77 

X July 77 

8 Nov. 77 

a8 Dec. 7& 



Clerk qf the Cheque and A^futant.-- Philip Limborch Tillbrook,*? late Major Unatt.. X3 Dec. 78. 
Sub Q^Zcer.—Lt. Colonel J. G. Sandeman,** late Captain x Drs. a^ Feb. 74. 
Scarlet— .Fatftii^ Blue Velvet. I Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

* Lt.Colonel G. Hume served with the 38th Begt. the Eastern campaign of X854-55, and was present at the batti* 
of Alma, siege and fall of Sebastopol, was Aide de Camp to Sir John Campbell on the expedition to Eertch, and 
assault of the Redan on the x8th June, in which the Major General was killed; was D.A.A.G. 3rd Division f^oxn 
July X855 (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie. 
and Turkish Medal). Served in India with the ^8th from xath Nov. X857 to 9th Aui^ast X858 ; was present at the 
siege and capture of Lucknow, and with Grant's Division during the summer campaign in Oude, including several 
minor aflUrs (Medal with Clasp). 

* Lt. Colonel Dresing served with the 58th Regt. in the New Zealand war and was present at the storming of Eawiti'a 
Pah at Ruapekapeka on the xith Jan. 1846, after which he proceeded to the valley of the Hutt, and served there 
during different operations (Medal). 

f Lt.Colonel Hardinge served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of x 846-47 ; and in that of 1853-53 (Medal) • 
Also in the expedition against the insurgent Boers N.E. of the Great Orange River in Aug. 1848, when he was 
present and slightly wounded in the action at Boem Plaats. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Mi^or, 5th Class of the 
Hediidie. and Turkish Medal). 

* Major Granville served with the a3rd Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of X854, including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, and.siofre of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Joined Lord Clvde's Army 
before Lucknow on 14th Nov. 1857, and was at the relief of the garrison ; also at the defeat of the GwaJior Contin- 
gent at Gawnpore on 6th December, and at the fall of Lucknow in Mar. 1858 (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps) . 

* Captain willan landed in the Crimea on 30th June X855 with the X3th Light Infantry, and was present at Uie 
battle of the Tchemaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

10 Captain Bourke served with the Cape Mounted Rifles in the Kaffir war of X850-5X (Medal) ; and in 1853-53 in 
the Orange River Territory, where he commanded several successftil patrols. 

** Lt.Colonel Lowndes served with the 47th Reg^. throughout the Eastern campaign of X834-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of 36th Oct., and storming^ 
the Quurries on 7th June—severely wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

** Captain Wallack served with the oth Regt. throughout the Sutlej campaign of x 845-46, and was present at the 
battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). 

** Captain Clarke served with the xoth Hussars in the Crimean campaign flrom X7th April 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebaatoi>ol, capture of Tchor^um, battle of the Tchern^a where he commanded a squadron in support 
of a troop of Horse Artillery, and an affkir with the Cossacks near Kertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Meoal). 

** Lt.Colonel Aikman served eighteen years in the Bengal Army, including the Sutleg campaign of 1845-46, and 

Sresentatthe battle of Sobraon (Medal). Pux\jaub campaign of x 848-49 (Medal), with General Wheeler's Field 
'orce. Indian Mutiny campaigns of 1857-58, including the siege and capture of Delhi, action of Bolundshur, and 
siege of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps), and was awmnled the Victoria Cross for having, when commanding the 
3rd Sikh Cavalry on the advanced picquet, with xoo of his men, attacked and utterly routed a body of 500 rebel 
mflantry, aoo horse, and a guns, cuttingup more than xoo men, capturing the two guns, and driving the surviving 
•nemy into and over the Goomtee. This feat was performed under every disadvantage of broken ground and 
partially under the flanking fire of an adjoining fort. On this occasion he received a severe sabre wound in the 
face in a personal encounter with several of the enemy, the effects of which compelled him to retire on half pay. 
■1* Lt. Colonel Freme served the Eastern campaign of x8s4 vid up to 9th Feb. X855 with the 7Qth Highlanders, 
including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal) « 
** Colonel Morrison was present when the batteries of Obligado in the River Parana were attacked and carried, 
aoth Nov. X845. Served on the China expedition of 1857-59, including the blockade of the Canton river, the landing 
before, storm and capture of the city. Served as Provost Marshal to the expedition, and afterwards as D.A.A. 
Goieral to the Army in garrison at Canton (Brevet of M«jor). Served the campaign in the north of China in x86o. 
' including the action of Binho, taking of Tongoo, storm ana capture of the North Takoo fort (mentioned in de- 
spatohes), and subsequent operations (Medal with three Clasps, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). 

1* Major Taylor served with the x8th Royal Irish in the Burmese war of x85a-<;3 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu), 
Also in the Crimea from 30th Dec. X854, including the sieve and fkll of Sebastopol and assault of the x8th June — 
alightly wounded (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Me4Jidie). Also in India during the latter 
part of the Mutiny of 1857-58, and served for many months with a field force m the Decoan. 

*^ Oapti^ Cuninghame served with the 79th Highlanders in the Crimean campaign of 1854 up to a6th Nov., and 
also from Jan. to 9th Feb. X855, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and alege of Sebastopol (Medal with 
three Olasps, and Turkish Medal). 



Ths Honourable Corps of Qenilemen-aUAvma. 3 ^ 

" Mi^'or Sniaon served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 ^^ ^^ 47^ Hegt., Including the battles of Alma and 
iBkerman, capCnre of Balaklava, siege of SelMkstopol, and sortie on 26th Oct. (Medal with three Clasps, Sardmian 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Clasa of the Me<^idie) . 

** Colonel Scewart serred throughout the campaign in Syria in 1840,— at the Gamp at D* Jouni as Acting Engineer, 
the storm and capture of Sidon, surrender of Beyrout, bombardment and capture of St. Jean d'Acre (war Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkiah Medal). Serred also on the West Coast of Africa from 1841 to 1844 ; commanded a do- 
teehment of Marines at the destruction of several Barraooons in 1842 and liberated x , 300 slaves at Kabenda, Ambris, 
Black Point, Loango, Pnnta da Linha, 25 miles up the river Congo ; and a second time at Kabenda, three miles 
inland, when he was attacked by a much superior force, and after hberating the slaves and destroying the barra- 
ooons eflfbcted a safe retreat to the beach with three men mortally wounded, closely pressed by a large force 
of armed Africans (mentioned in despatches) . Served with the battalion of Royal Marines sent to Japan from 1864 
V) x866, and was present at the bombardment of the batteries at the Straits of Simonosaki, the entrance of the 
inland sea of Japan, on the 5th and 6th Sept. 1864. 

» Lt. Colonel Sandeman served with the ist Royal Dragoons in the Crimean campaign flrom the 6th Oct. i85a» 
»nd was present at the battles of Bahiklava, Inkerman and Tchemaya, siege and fWl of Sebastopol (Medal with 
U»M Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

» LLGolonel Henry served in the 86th Regt. with the Malwa, Nerbudda, and Central India Field Force in 1857-58. 
uid was present at the siege and capture of Dhar, actions of Mundesoor and Goodarea,^ siege storm and capture of 
Ctnmdaffee, and also of the fort and town of Jhansi, battles of Betwa and Koonch, actions at and in front of Caipee, 
fcettle of Gowlowlee, caphire of Caipee, battle of Morar, actions of the i6th and 19th June, and capture of the town 
and fbrtress of Owalior. acted as Aide de Camp to Brigadier Stuart in most of the latter engagements (Medal with 
Clasp, four times mentioned in despatches, and Brevet of Major) . ^ ^ , 

" MMor Wyatt served with the 14th Light Dragoons in the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Also 
111 the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1858 and was present at the siege and capture of Rahutghur, 
•ction of Barodi^, relief of Sanger, capture of Gurrakota, forcing the Muddunpore Pass, siege and capture Of 
Jbansi (Medal with Clasp) . 

* Captain Campbell- Walker served in the 79th Highlanders in the Crimea subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, 
from 14th March 1856 to the end of the Russian War. Served also throughout the Indian campaign in 1858-59 as 
Aide de Camp to Brigadier Douglas, Including the operations across the Groomtee, siege and capture of Lncknow, 
•ad subsequent operations on the March to the relief of Asimghur (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

* Captain Pavy served with the 74th Highlanders in the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1858, and was present at the 
•lonn and capture of Capaul (Medal) . 

" Major Wmgfteld served with the ist Dragoon Guards throughout the campaign of i860 in China, and was pre- 
sent at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the action of Sinho, also those of the x8th and aist September. 
Ootmnanded the Cavalry force sent to Tungchon with Mr. Wade to demand the giving up of the prisoners on the 
aoth'September, and present at the surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

■ Lieutenant Maloolmson served in the 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 
^^^>S7, inchiding the assault and capture of Reshire, surrender of Bushire, expedition to Borazjoon, and action of 
Khooshab (Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross). Served also with the Central India Field Force, including the 
■ieffe of Ratghur and fall of Caipee (Medal with Clasp) . 

" Mr. Waller served in the Oude campaign in 1858, including the capture of the fort of Kaili (Medal). 

** Colonel Master conmianded the 5th Fusiliers at the relief of Lucknow in Nov. 1857, and served with it in 
Oatnm's Force at the Alum Bagh in all the operations of the succeeding months, and commanded the Regt. at the 
capture of Lncknow, as also throughout the Oude campaign of 1858-50, including the action of Dounderkeiraand 
Baxarghat. and capture of the Fort of Oomerea (several Umes mentioned in despatches, CJB., Medal with Clasp, and a 
jear'i service). 

« Mr. T. WUliams served with the xoth Hussars in the Crimea trom the 6th July to the zstOctobcr X855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

*^ Miyor P. L. Tillbrook served with the 50th Regiment in the Crimea from the sand August 1855, including the 
rifge and fall of Sebaatopol (MedRl with Claao, and Turkish Medal). 

" Lt.Colonel H. P. Vance served with the 38th Regiment in the Crimea from January to the 15th .\pril 1855, »» 
eluding the aiege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian campaign from Nov. 
1S57, and waa nreecnt at the storm and capture of Meeangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs of Barree 
and Xnggur (Brevet of Major. Medal with Clasp). 

" Captain Noel served with the 31st Regiment throughout the Sntlej Campaign of 1S45-46, and waa present at 
th« battles of Moodkee, Feror.enhah, Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (Medal and three Clasps). 

^ Major M J. Battye waa present with the field force under Brigadier England in all its operations on its second 
•dTsnce on and return from Kandahar in 184X-42. Also with Colonel Wymer's Brigade in the Urjrhundaub valley. 
Present at the battle of Hyderabad (Medal). Joined his regiment (the 31st) at the conunencement of the outbreak 
la the Southern Konkan. Served on General Outram s staff with the Light Field Force in Sawunt Warree. Present 
It the siege and occupation of Munohnr and Munsontosh. Engaged with the advanced guard at Golior, aiet 
Jul 1845, And at Moolia. 6th February— horse shot under him. 

*» U.(3olonel S. H. Clarke served with the 2 ist Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the batUe of 
Alma, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack of the Redan on the i8th Juna, where he commanded the scaling-ladder 
partT. and was mentioned in despatches ; served as Adjutant at the fietll of Sebastopol and expedition to Kinboum 
(Hsdal with two CUaps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

** LLColonel Cooch served with the 62nd Regiment in the Crimea fh>m X2th Nov. 1854. including the siege and 
U of Sebaatopol and the aortiea of the 5th 9th and xoth May, defence of the Quarries 7th June, assaults of the 
ledsa on the i8th June (in command of the Wool-bag party of his regiment) and 8th September (mentioned in 
<lesp«tchea. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Mediiaie, Sardinian 
end Turkish Medals). Appointed Town Major in Sebastopol immediately after its fall for his services during the 
negt sad final aassnlt. 

*^Cotonel B. Brown aerved throughout the Sutlej campaign of x 84 5-46, including the battles of Feroaeshah and 
Boteaon (Medal and Claap). Burmese war of X853-53, including the recapture of Pegu on atst Nov., relief of its 
inrmon on x^th Dec., and operations in the vicinity (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Suppression of the Indian 
aniaj, including the battle of Budleekeserai, siege of Delhi and assault of the Eedgate, wounded in five places, in 
ae dangerously (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863, and was 
Pnaat U the attack and capture of the Conical Hill and Umbeyla (Clasp) . 

* U.Colonel G. H. Pockbngton aerved with the i8th Royal Irish in the Burmese campaign of 1852-53 (Medal 
*>A Oasp for Peira). Served also in the Crimea from ist June 1855, inoludinf' the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and 
•Mof the x8tfa June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

* Jhjor Brackenbury aerved with the 6xst Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of X848-49, and was present at the 
wusorOoogerat, and with the Field Force in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in February and March 
.'^9 (UMal with Clasp) Present with the expedition to the EuEoftBie Country and at the attack aixd capture of 
jwnatvillagea on the ixthand 14th Dec. 1849 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the rank of Captain with the 
^vldttOontinirent and performed duty as an Engineer Officer In the Oimea in 1855-56 (Turkish Medal). 

* ItColonel Scott served with the 42nd Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
nwea of Abna and Balaklava, expedition to Kertch and Tenikale, siege and f&ll of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
^'S'pe, sth Class of Hedjidie, and Turki^ Medal) . Served also the canopaign of 1857-58 against the mutineers in 
iBoia, iafhiding the actions at Cawnpore (6th Dec. 1857), Seraighat, Khodagunj, Bhumsabad, siege and fiUI of 
Ucknow and assault of the Martiniere and Banks' Bungalow, attack on the Fort of Rooynh, action at Allvgunge, 
y*« •»<> eapture of BareiUy (Medal with Clasp). Embarked for the Gold Coast with the 4and Highlanders and 
■erred throo^^ioat the second phase of the Ashanti war in 1874. Was present at the battle of Amoaful ; commanded 
"^B^^BMt at the capture and destruction of Becquah (mentioned in Sir A. Alison's report to Sir Gktmet Wolseley 
■• ™™f ^"d *he particuhir direction of the withdrawal of the Rear Guard), battle of Ordahsu (slight wound of 
«• head) aad eaptore of Coomassie, and with the 42nd formed the Rear Guard during the burning of the city, and 
on emj dn^a icareh ontU the arrival of the Forces at the Adans Hills (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of 
UOotedTCB^ MMbd with Clasp). 



32 Yeomen of the Guard. 

Her Majesty's Body QxKMrd. 

(IVBTXTUTID BT HlVST VII. Ug THB YXA.B X485.) 

Captain £or<I Skelmendale, 2 March 74. 

Lieutenant LtColonel Arthur Need.^ late of 14 HoBsars, xi Feb. 70. 

Sneiffn ColonelSon. William James ColviUe,* late of Rifle Brigade, xz Feb. 70. 

EXOBS. 

Lt. Colonel Charlee Doyle Patterson,* late of xo Foot, 13 Fob. 62. 

Lt. Colonel John Augustus Todd,« late of 14 Hussars, a Apr. 64. 

Captain Francis Brockman Morley.^ late of 40 Foot, 24 Oct. 68. 

Colonel Henry Hume,* OB. late of Grenadier Guards, 23 Nov. 73. 
Clerk qf the Cheque and .i^/Mtonf.—Lt. Colonel Wm. Griffin Sutton,? r. f. p. Cavalry Depot, 9 Jan. 63. 

X40 Yeomen. 
Agente.—HessTs. Cox and Co. 
' Lt.Colonel Need served the Punjanb campaign of X848-49 as Aide de Camp to General Whish, and was present 
during the whole of the siege operations ap^ainst and capture of Mooltan, and action of Sooijkoond; was also 
present at the surrender of the Fort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle of Goojerat (twice mentioned in despatches. 
Medal with two Clasps). Served in the X4th Light Dragoons in the Persian expedition of 1857 (Modal with Clasp). 
AlBO with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1857-58, and was present at the siege and capture 
of Bahutghur, relief of Saugor, capture of Garrakota and pursuit of the rebels across the Beas (specially men- 
tioned in despatches), forcing the Muddenpore Pass (horse wounded), battle of the Betwa (horse wounded, aud 
specially mentioned in despatches— life saved by Lieut. James Leith, for which the Victoria Cross was awarded to 
him), siege and capture of the town and Fortress of Jhansi, baule of Koonch, affairs during the advance on Calpee 
and action of Golowlee, capture of Calpee and pursuit (mentioned in despatches), action of Morar, action resulting 
in the recapture of the town and Fort of Gwalior. Served under Sir Rooert Napier in 1857-58 in the pursuit of tho 
rebels under Ferozeshah, action of Ranode (horse wounded), and pursuit of Tantia Topee (mentidned in desi»atche8. 
Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

* Colonel the Hon. William Colville served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
the battle of Alma, siege and fkll of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

' Lt.Colonel Patterson served with the xoth Regt. in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battle of Bobraon 
(Medal). Also the Punjaub campaign of z848-4q, mcluding the whole or the siege operations before Mooltan, action 
of Sooijkhoond, carrying the heights before Mooltan, capture of the Dowlut Gate in command of the storming 
party, surrender of the fortress, and battle of Groojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded three companies of 
the xoth Regt. in Shahabad with Major Eyre's field force at Dilawur, and capture of Jugdespore, and was mentioned 
in despatches for his gallancry (Brevet of Maior, and Medal). 

* LLColonel Todd served with the 4!^ Light Dragoons throughout the campaign of 1838-39 in Afl'ghanistan, 
including the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). Also throus-hout the Piunaub campaign of 1848-49, including 
the action of Ramnuggur, passage of the Chenab, battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps) . 
Served as Brigade Major of Cavalry with the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Also as Brigade 
Major to the 2nd Brigade of the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in X858, and was present at the siege 
ud capture of Rahutghur, relief of Saugor, capture of Garrakota, forcing the Muddenpore Pass, siege and capture 
of Jhansi, battles of Betwa with Koonch, and affUrs during the advance on Calpee and action of Golowlie ; also the 
action of Morar. recapture of Gwalior, and pursuit with action of Jowra Alipore : served as Assistant Adjutant 
General to the Gwalior Division in pursuit of the rebels, and at the action of Ranode, also present at the capture of 
the fort of Powrie (fiye times mentioned in despatches. Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

* Captadn Morlev served under Sir Charles Napier during the operations in bcinde in 1843. Served with the 40th 
Regt. m the Gwabor campaign, and was present at the battle of Maharajpore, 39th Dec. X843 (Bronse Star). 

* Colonel Hume served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 ^ith the 95th Regt. including the battles of the Alma 
(wounded, horse killed under him, and mentioned in despatches) and Inkerman (severely wounded— shot through 
the thigh), siege and fall of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th October in command of the Regiment ; he succeeded 
to the command of the Regiment at Inkerman, and received the Brevet of Lt.Colonel (Medal with three Clasps, 
CB.^ Knight of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Was recommended for the 
Ylotoria Cross by Lt.Gen. Sir De Lacy Evans for ** an act of special and useful valour at an important moment at 
the battle of the Alma in having seized a Colour and led over the bridge, the officers previously bearing it having 
l^een struck down by the enemy^B fire." 

7 LtColonel Sutton has received the 4th Class of the Medjidie and the Turkish Medal, for services with the late 
Turkish Contingent. 



Military Knights of Windsor. 



Major Rollo Gillespie Burslem, late of 13 F. {Oooemor). 

t Captain Francis Gee, Unatt. 
»lonel Paris Wm. Aug. Bradshaw, late Unattached. 
Major Wm. Toung,* late Paymaster Depot Battalion. 
lritAk>ionel Joseph Sanderson, r.f.p. x F. 
Peter M'Innis, late Lieut. 44 P- 
Patrick Cahill, late Major 56 F. 
Lt. Colonel Fred. Percy Lea, late Unattached. 
Golonel Henry (}ahan, late of 5 West India Regt. 



Captain Wm. Malonev, h.p. Quarter Master Depot Batt. 

Captain James Menzie8,h.p. Quarter Master Depot Batt. 

Lt.Colonel William Stevens, h p. 2 F. 

Colonel James John Graham, late Unattached. 

Major James Powell,* r.f.p. :o3 Foot. 

Captain James Baird,* late of 88 F. 

Major James Stillman,' late of 9 F. [Cav. Depot. 

Captain John Attkins Pickworth,? h.p. Riding Master 

Colonel George de Rottenburgh,* CB, late of xoo F. 



* Major Young served with the 22nd Regiment the campaign of X844-45 in the Southern Mahratta Country, and 
was present at the investment and capture of the Forts of Punulla and Pownghur. 

* Maior Powell was present at the capture of the fortress of Kumool in 1839. Served in the Onmean Campaign 
from December 1854, f^i^d organised and commanded the 8th Battalion of the Land Transport Corps (Medal with 
Olasp, and Turkish Medal). 

* Captain Baird served with the 4xst Regiment in the Eastern Campaign of 1854-^5, including the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (wounded 9th June), sortie of 36tn Oct., and assaults of tho 
Bedan on the i6th June and 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

* Major Still man served with the Carabineers in the Crimea ttom X4ih August X855, including the battle of 
Tohernara, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and operations near Bupatoria (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
Was at Meerut at the Sepoy mutiny on xoth May 1857, ai^d served the campaign of that year, including the battles 
of Hindun, siege and fall o( Delhi, and subsequent operations under Brigadier Showers (Modal with Clasp). 

' Captain Pickworth served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 8th Hussars, including the reconnais- 
sance io Silistria, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkeiman, and the Tchemaya, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's 
Warm, siege and tsM of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, French War Medal, and Turkish Medal). Served in the 
Indian campaigns of 1858-59 and was present at the capture of Kotah, reoccupation of Chundaree, battle of Kota ke 
Serai, capture of Gwalior, and action of Boordah (Medal with Clasp). 

* Colonel de RotUnburgh served in Canada during the rtbellion and received the Brevet rank of Major for ser- 
▼ioes there whilst employed on a particular service. 



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The Ilo3ral Arms. "PaswauiA." "Wai»bloo." 

CoIomL— George Charles, Earl </ Luc»n,i GCB. JEnMwn, 39 Auff. 16 ; Lt. 34 Dec. 18 ; Capi, 16 May aa ; 

Jf«K>r. 23 June 25 ; Lt. Colonel, 9 Nov. 26 ; Colontl, 23 Nov. 41 ; l^'or QtwraL ix Nov. si : LUnt.Qtntal, 
\ 34 Dec. 58 ; General, 38 Aug. 65 ; Colonel zst Life Goards, 22 Feb. 65. 
iMBtanuit ColMeL— James Keith Praser,« Comet 4- Sub Lt. »i6 Apr. 52 ; Lieut. '23 Mar. 55 ; Capt, '17 

Nov. 57 ; Major 4r Lt.Colonel, ag May 72 ; Colonel, 29 May 77 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 21 July 77. 

11^ sad LtOoleael.— Charles Wilmer Duncombe, Comet 4- Sub Lt. ^22 July 56 ; Lieut. '26 Aug. 59: Cant. 

_^3^pril 6 7; Major 4" Lieutenant Colonel, 21 July 7 7. 



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KU H«lf 

fij. p»r. 
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Captxivs. 

ITm. Besinald Arthur James Talbot 

Charles Needham 

Sem. Chas. Cavendish Georsre Bynff, Aide \ 
ie Camp to Frtnce Bderard ^Saxe Weimar } 
Alt 



jexander. Earl ^Galedon 

Idward Mashiter Dansey 

Sir Simon Macdonald Lockhart, Bart. 
John Edmund Philip Spicer 



LizmvASTS. 

Reginald Charles Tumor* 

John 8. Southwood, Adjutant ij Aug. 74 .. 

Algernon Fox Eric Smith 

Arthur William Hill-Trevor 

Charles Napier Miles 

George Bridges U. Dennett, Lord Bodney.. 

Henry Vincent Higgins 

Thomas Charles Pleydell Galley 

John Weyland 

jBeginald Brooke 



SaoovD LiBvnvAVTS. 

{HeDzy Gerard Leigh 

'Arthur Henry John Walsh 

Eon. Coplestone Richard George Warwick 
I Bsmpfylde 



COaVXT A3KO 
BUB LIHUT. 



JiaMay 59 

'17 Nov. 63I 

p 8 June 67 

Pi3July 67I 

'14 Sept. 67 

'17 May 68 

Px2 June 69 

'22 Mar. 71 



2VD LIIUT. 



'28 July 63 

''ix Jan- 67 

1*30 Sept. 68 

P S May 69 

P 5 May 69 

ri7Aug. 70 

28 Oct. 71 



28 Oct. 71 
12 Aug. 74 
2x Sept. 74 

6 Sept. 
aoNov. 

29 Nov. 
XX Feb. 
zi Sept. 
XX Sept. 

5 June 



P 8 May 67 

"sMay 69 

9 Aug. 73 

z6Aug. 73 

28 Mar. 74 

21 July 77 

9 July 79 



zz May 78 

7 Aug. 78| 

a; Sept. 79! 



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IT.COLOmL. 



\Bidina Maeter.^ 

II ^. <^iarter Maeter.^John Henry Stuart Beid, 23 Jan. 69. 
1 SuTfeom Motor.— Owen WilUam George, MD. ; Surgeon Mqj'or, 6 June 7 1 . 

I Surgeon.— Thom^B William Thompson, 30 Sept. 75. 

»S , ... [Veterinary Surgeon.— }ABTtin Mence, 25 July 55 ; x»< Ckue, 4 Dec. 63. 

Botxleti— Faeinge Bine.— Agente, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Seturnedfrom France, January x8x6. 

' Lord Lacsn served the campaign of 1828 on the Staff of the Russian Army in Bulgaria (Russian War Medal and 
Comoander of St. Anne of Russia). Commanded the Cavalry Division throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854, 
mdnding the battles of Alma, Balaklava (wounded) andlnkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, 
JiCB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, zst Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

* Colonel Fraser served as Orderly Officer to Sir Edmund Lyons on the Expedition to Kinboum in Z855, and 
*w present at lU bombardment and surrender (Medal). Has received a Gold Medal fW>m the President of the 
IrtociL Eepubhc in recognition of his devoted services to the wounded on the field of battle in the Franco-German 
f«wjiaign of 1870-7X. 

, * Liett. Tumor served with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade in the second phase of the Askanti War, in 1874 
(Mrial). 



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2nd Life Onards. 

The Royal ArmB. " PsiriirBULA " "Wat»»loo." 
Colonel.^ GtOTge Fred., Vueouni Templetown,i p^^?- ^»*V". '24 April 33 ; Lt. '99 Oct. as ; Oapt. 



LieatenaBt OolonUi ^ - , - , ^ , __^-- 

and Lt.Celonelt 26 Maroh'js ; Colonel, 26 March 78 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 'io*'April 78. 

Xajor ft LtOolonel.— John Stephenson Ferguson,* Contc^ ^ Aci X<. 'xx June 52; Zt, 
5 Sept. 56 ; Brevet Mt^or, s J^ly 7= ; 3f(n;or ^ X^.CotoHgg, lo April 78. 



'•12 Deo. a6; Major, T?i6 June 37; Lt.CoUmel, »x6 April 41 j Colonel, xi Nov. 51 ; JTmot OeneraL 96 Oct. 58 ; 
^. . ^ . >, — w .^. rL 1 < A«-ji ... i^.j — f -_^ 'life Guards, 10 Oct. 76. 

f 22 July 59 ; ^a/pt: '25 Mar. 62 j Jfq/Vr 



LUut.&eneral, 9 March 65 ; fl^en«roZ, 6 April 73 ; Colonel, and Life' Guards, 10 'Oct.''76, 
1.— Henry P. Bwart, Comet, '26 Feb. 58; Z*. " ' " - - - 



8 Dec 54 ; Capt, 



Oaftaifs. 

George Ansnistas Curzon' 

Frederick Trench Townshend 

Sir William Samuel McMahon, JBart 

Hugh Bichard, Viscount Downe 

Alexander GlentworthPaul GliftonPerceval 

Sir Archibald Lamb, Bart, 

Bdward Banning Lee 

Douglas Mackinnon Baillie Hamilton, > 
Xord Cochrane S 



LxximvAHTB. 

Francis Johnstone 

Audley Dallas Neeld 

Thomas Wake, Adjutant jo May jiiXiding \ 

Matter 20 July 66) ) 

Sir Thomas Charles Callis Western, Bart., 

Lord Henry John Vane-Tempest 

John Anstruther Smith-Cunlnghame 

Anthony Charles Sykes Abdy 

Charles Fred. St.ClairAnstruther-Thomson 

Claude (George, Lord Glamis 

Hon, William Spencer Bateman-Hanbury, 

Louis Brio Ames 

Houston French 

Rowland John Beech , 



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8VB LIXUT. 



x6Nov. 60 

' 4 Juno 6x 

'18 Mar. 62 

^ 8 Aug. 65 

1*20 June 65 

'2xMar. 68 

1*23 Sept. 65 

' 6 July 70 



'14 Sept. 70 
Pxs Feb. 7x 

xo May 71 



'28 Oct. 68 



lhut. 




» 9 April 


61 


'28 Jan. 


62 


P 7 Nov. 


62 


Pio Nov. 


69 


P 3 Sept. 


70 


PX4 Sept. 


70 


Pis Feb. 


71 


28 Oct. 


71 


28 Oct. 


7> 


28 Oct. 


7' 


38 Oct. 


71 


30 April 


75 


26 July 


75 


II Feb. 


76 


28 Oct. 


7» 


13 June 


74 


XX Sept. 


76 


29 Nov. 


76 


II Feb. 


77 


12 Nov. 


7^ 


6 Oct. 


75 


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Px3 Jime 63 

p 8 Aug. 65 

P24Mar. 69 

25 June 73 

sJoly 73 

6 Jan. 75 

s6 July 76 

10 April 78 



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x Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 



iiT.cox.oni.. 



Sub LiimiTAB-TS. 



9 ... £uliMjfa«e*r.— John Marshall, 9 Sept. 71. 

4 ... Quarter Jra«^«r.— Charles Stanhope Haines, 14 June 76. 

Surgeon Iftyor.— George Frederick Hume-Spry, 2£D. 5 May 76, 
<S«r^e<m.~Henry Frazik Hensman, Auietant Surgeon, 31 March 62. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— John Ashworth Rostron, 11 Jan. 67 ; ist Clou, 31 Jan. 77. 
Scarletr-JFa«»n^« Blue.— ^^e«fo, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Betumedfrom France, February 18 16. 
^ Lord Templetown served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854, and until March 1855, in command of tho 
iBt Battalion of Coldstream Guards, present at the battle of the Alma (mentioned in despatches), battle of Inker- 
man, in command of the Brigade of Guards, which he brought out of action (wounded, and horse killed) , subsequently 
in command cf the ist Division ; also present at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasps, CB., Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

• Major Fergason served with the 5th Dragoon Guards in the Crimea firom Oct. 1854 to 7 Dec. 1855, and was 
present at the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchemaya, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal witli three 
Chksps, and Turkish Medal). 

s Major Curzon served as a Lieutenant in the 2nd Battalion of the Rifle Brigade in the Indian campaiRns of 
1857-58, including the actions at Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknow ; subsequently with Roes' Camel Corps, 
and present at the battle of Gclowlee and capture of Calpee (Medal with two Clasps) . 



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Ui^iiPtrk.] Royal Horse Guards. 35 

i TMirSer. j The Rosral Arms. " PiwnrsULA " " Watieloo." 

f^ll^ ColMtL—Hngh Heniy, Lord Strathnairn,> GCB. GCSI, Eiuign, »8 Jane 20; Li. '34 Oct ar; Cm<. 'aa Jolj 94 ; 
^ ^. Mmitr, *y> Dec. r6 yLt.CoUmel, 'it Sept. 39 ; Colonel, xi Nov. 51 ; Major Oeneral, la Deo. 54 ; Zieut, BtnnxU, 
98 Feb. 60 : Qt%er€d^ 4 Feb. 67 ; J^M Marshal, 2 June 77 ; Colonel of Royal Horse Goarda, 3 March 69. 
UMtnant GoknaL— Owen Lewis Cope Williams, Comet, '13 May 54; Lt. '35 Jan. 56; Capt, '7 May 58; 

Ifil^ 4- BtJjt.CoUmel, '7 Dec. 66 ; Colonel, 7 Dec. 71 ; Lt. Colonel, 11 Sept. 75. 
Xaior.— Cecil Robert St. John Ives, Corngt, '15 Jan. 58 j it«it<. »x2 Mar. 6i j Cap<. '25 Apr. 65 ; Jfq/or 4- 
Brevet Lumtenant Colonel, n Sept. 75. 



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Caytajhb. 

Frederick GnataTus Bnmaby 

David Milne Home, MP. for Berwick 
Mom. Oliver George Powlett Montagu., 

Gilbert Stirling 

Alfred MordjMxnt Egerton, Bqnerr^f 

H.BM. the Duke ofConnaugkt 

Charles Gore, Lord felmamock 

Lord Henry Arthur George Somerset.. 
Hon. Wm. Charlee Wentworth-FiU William 
John Hew North Gustave Henry, Vieeount ^ 

Dalrymple S 

LntvTEnAxn. 

Robert M'Alpine, Adiuiant 24 Dec. 58 

Frederick Bichard Gascoigne 

Geozge Lampliigh Wickham , 

John Seymour Wynne Finch 

Archibald William Merry 

John Fielden Brocklehurst , 

Bvelvn G«orge Hammond Atherley 

Chariee Baldwvn Childe-Pemberion 

Lord Henry Edward BrudeneU Somerset... 



SscovB LisuTBVjjrrs. 
ITm. Lionel Francis George Byng . 
Chazlea William Selwyn . 



'30 Sept. 59 

P 6 May 62 

» X July 63 

'29 Dec. 65 

»33July 6x 

» 7 July 69 

'31 July 69 

'29 Jan. 70 

*26 Feb. 70 



'27 Sept. 61 P 17 July 66, xojuly 79 
P29Dec. 651^ spec. 68 1 



8 Nov. 
» 2 Dec. 

'19 Dec. 

»x9 Aug. 
'19 Aug. 
38 Oct. 

28 Oct. 



34 Dec. 
»22 June 
'12 Nov. 
2 July 
P 5 Nov. 



sVn LIBUT. 



CAPT-klK. I BKKV.MAf. 



P 6 July 70 

'31 Oct. 7x 

19 Aug. 74 

ii Sept 75 

8 Dec. 77 

35 Sept. 78 

1 Nov. 79 



37 Sept. 61 

38 Oct. 71 
38 Oct. 71 

'xs Mar. 67 
'38 June 7x 
3 Dec. 74 
33 AprU 73 
38 Feb. 75 
38 Feb. 74 



39 June 78 

30 Nov. 78 

Howard Henry Howard- Yyse „\ 13 Aug. 79 



Bir«<tfr.— Thomas Miller, 7 Nov. 65. 
r Jra«<«r.— James Sharpies, ao Sept. 71 • 
• Mmor, — Joseph Marznadnke Taylor,* 36 Feb. 76. 
AHyMM.— Heinrich Preiderich Lawaetr Melladew, MD.* Aeeietant Surgeon, 31 March 64. 
VeUrimarj AHyMm.— Mathew John Harpley,* 34 April 54 ; i$t Claee, 9 Jan. 03. 
Blue— jPVi«iN^f Scarlet.— .i^eii<«, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Betumed from France, a February x8x6. 

I Lord Stnlhnaim served the Syrian campaign of X840-4X (Medal, CB., Gross of St. John of Jerusalem of Prussia, 
sad nrord of honor from the SulUn). Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as the Queen's Commis- 
MBcr St the Head Quarters of the Freneh Army, and was wounded before Scbastopol (Medal and Clasps,- Midor 
Gttoral, ECB., CowiTnander of the Legion of Honor, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). Commanded the Central India 
Field Force throughout the Mutiny of 1857-58, having marched x,o84 miles, took upwards of 150 pieces of Artillery. 
(ceeatrendhed camp, one fortified city, one partly entrenched town, fought sixteen successful actions, captured 
tvesiT fbits, and never sustained a check, and including the relief of Saugor, capture of Ratghur, Shahghur, and 
Cbnad^ree, siege and capture of Jhansi and Calpee, and various other engagements terminating in the storm and 
c^Rne of Owalior and restoration of the MahiutHJah Scindia to his capitaJ^GCB. and promoted Lt.General'* in 
eosadcration of his eoninent services," Medal with Clasp). 

lYetBrinaiy Surgeon Harpley served with the Roval Artillery the Eastern campaign of x 854-55, including the 
•Stan of Bulganao and M'Kensie'sFarm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, with Inkerman, siege of Sebaetopol and repulse 
ofiheBortto on the a6th Oct. X844 (Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Royal Horse 
Imlkry in Lidia in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Pandora, storm and capture of Meanguoge, siege and 
esptara of Locknow, eaptore of Rampore Kussie, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and afliiirs ofMuchagawn and 
Kmads Koie (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp) . 

» Sarseon Mi^ Taylor and Doctor Melladew.— For War Services see *' Medical Department." 



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1st (The Kin j't>) Dragoon Guards. 



[ FaUl. 



l*^l?" i Tho King's Cypher within the Gaiter. " Wi^mbloo" "Skti^stopol" "Taiu Foets*' "Pekik." 

Foil Hftlf I 

£5Z:|Z^I Colonel.— Henry Aitchison Hankey, Etuign, '26 June 23; U. '10 Mar. 25; Capt. '15 Aug. 26; Major, 

"•aj Sept. 33 ; Lt. Colonel, i Mar. 39 ; Colonel^ 1 1 Nov. 51 ; Major Oeneral, 6 July 57 ; Lieut. General^ 29 Apr. 64 ; 

Oeiteraf, 7 Dec. 71 ; Colonel ist Dragoon Gruards, i Jan. 72. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry Alexander,* Comet, '3 Sept. 47; Lt.'6 Dec.50; Capt. »*i Feb. 56; Majors '12 June 

63 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 22 Sept. 73 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 9 Dec 76; Colonel, 22 Sept. 78. 
Kigor.— Richard James Combe Marter,* Ci>ni«/, '18 Jan. 51 ; Lt, '29 April 53; Capt. ^g Dec. 6a; Major, 

7 March 77; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 15 Oct. 79. 



"/,. 



CxPTxiirs. 

John Matthew Benthall* 

Arthur Gibbings* 

William Henry Thompson* 

William Veaey Brownlow* 

Charles Adrian Gough Becher* 

Robert GroBso Godson* 

Henry^ Percy Douglas Willan* 

Hanulton Campbell Vetch 

LlBlJTSKi.irTB. 

Nicholas Sadlier^ 

Peter Marrow*® ... 

Robt.AbrahamBrewsterFrench-Brewster** 

John Alexander^ 

Ferdinand Seymour Leslie 

Richmond G. Nicholas,* ^(^/w^an/ 14 Feb. ) 

74 (Riding Jf aster 13 Apnl 72) } 

James Cummiug Dewar* 

Robert Thomas Graves Lowry* 



ScB LixnTxiri.NTB. 
William Henry Harkneae* 



COXVXT OB 
aHD LIXUI. 



BBXV.Ki.J. 



''20 Dec. 59 '25 Sept. 60 1 p 22 July 68 

P26 June 66 P30 Sept. 68 P27 July 70 1 

xoMay 64^20 Feb. 67 la Feb. 73: 

P29 April 59JP12 May 61 Pi8 May 70 29 Nov. 79 

P3o8ept. 68*'23Mar. 70! 15 July 76; 

P13 July 67,' 7 May 70, 16 Dec. 76 

**i2 Oct. 67i'i4 July 691 17 Dec. 771 

'8 July 68 28 Oct. 71, 20 Mar. 78 

'22 Dec. 69! 28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71; 28 Oct. 71 1 

3 Aug. 721 

30 Dec. 72 

'27 Feb. 69 28 Oct. 71 

14 Feb. 74I 

8 Deo. 77! 19 Feb. 79' 

x6 Feb. 78 22 Mar. 79 



SeCOlTD LlXUTXITiNTB. 

William Richard Goold-Adams* . 

John Saltren Willett" 

Cjrril St. Clair Cameron 

Julian Oswald 

Ernest Leonard Wright* 



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11 Sept. 76' 



2irD LIXUT. 



z May 
XX May 
92 Mar. 
22 Mar. 
xz May 



PayMia»^<rr.— Charles Morley Balders,* 6 Jan. 79; Cornd, 25 May 55; Lt. 9 Oct. 57; Cajrf. '29 Julj 62; 

Bt.Mqjor, 9 June 76. 
Biding J^cur^^.-^ Philip Kelly, 14 June 76. 
Quarter Master. — Henry Murphy,* 27 Nov. 66. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— QeAwsxa Longhurst,* 14 Jane 73. 

Scarlet— i^acjny* Blue.— 2l^ii^«, Messrs. Cox and Co.— 7ruA Agents, Messrs. Cone and Sons. 
jSmbarkedfor Natal, 28 February 1879. 

* Colonel Alexander served with the loth Hussars in the Crimea from 7th July X855, including the battle of the 
Tchemaya and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the xst Dragoon 
Guards m the campaign of i860 in Chma ; was engaged at Sinho, present at the fall of the Taku Forts, engaged in 
the actions of i8th and 2i8t Sept., also in the advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Zulu war of 

1879, in command of the ist Dragoon Guards, from Z4th April till the end of the campaign. 

* Lt.Colonel Marter served with the zst Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 ft>om the 9th April, andoommaBded 
a detached squadron of his regiment in the field from the zst June until the conclusion of the campaign, including 
the cavalry aflkir at Erzungayan on 5th June. Captured the Zulu King in the Ngome Forest, and brouffht him to 
Ulondi, having under his command at the time a squadron of the King's Dragoon Guards, a company ox the Natal 
Native Contingent, and an officer and ten men of irregular mounted troops (mentioned in despatches, and pro* 
moted Bt.Lt.Colonel " in recocniition of the service performed by him in having effected the capture of Ketchwayo» 
the Zulu King, in the Ngome Forest "). 

* Captains Benthall, Becher, and Willan, Lieuts. Nicholas (as Adjutant), Dewar, and Lowry, 2nd Lieuta. Hark- 
neas, Goold-Adams, and Wright, Paymaster Balders, Quarter Master Murphy, and Veterinary Surgeon Longhurst 
served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of Z879. 

* Captain Gibbings and Lieut. Alexander served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, in the 
squadron under Miyor Marter, fVom zst June to the end of the war, including the cavalry affair at Erxungayan and 
the capture of King Ce^wayo. 



• Captain Thompson and Lieut. Sadlier served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, in the 
Bqua^x>n under Major Marter, including the cavalry affkir at Erzungayan. 

• Major Brownlow served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of Z879, and was Orderly Officer to 
Colonel Drury Lowe, commanding the cavalrv in the engagement at Ulundi. Afterwards commanded a squadron 
of his Regiment in Baker Russell's Flying Column (Brevet of Major). 

• Captain Godson served with the Kine^s Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of Z879 in the squadron under "Mmjot 
Marter, and took part in the capture of King Cetywayo. 

^^ Lieut. Marrow served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, in the squadron under Major 
Marter, including the cavalry aflkir at Ersungayan. Acted as Adjutant and Quarter Master to the squadron, and 
subsequently as Staff Officer at Fort Newdigate. 

^1 Lieut. Brewster served in the Zulu war of Z879 as Deputy Provost Marshal of the 2nd Division, and was present 
in the engagement at Ulundi. Served afterwards with a squadron of the King's Dragoon Guards in Baker Russell's 
Flying Column. 

» Second Lieut. Willett served in the Zulu war of 1879, with the Field Force in Natal and the Transvaal. 



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2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays). 

The Royal Cypher within the Garter. " Luczirow." 



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F-.J Hiificotoael.— Alexander Low,» CB. Comet, '2 0ct. «; Lt.HJoly^S; Cap*, ^i^ July 43; BtMm'or, 20 June 54; 
""■ ' Major, 26 Oct. 54 ; Bt.U, Colonel, xa Deo. 54 ; Lt. Colonel, 1 May 57 ; Jfq/or General, 6 March 68 ; LientenoMi 
I Oeneral, i Oct. 77 ; Colonel and Dragoon Qnarde, i Aug. 74. 
Liaatwut Goleael.— Thomas William Sneyd,* Cornet, 'a May 56 ; Lt. P24 July 57 ; Capt. i^zoMay 6x ; Ifo/or, 

'9 Ao^^i ; Lient€iuint Colonel, 21 July 77. 
XJor.— William Alexander Battine' {JSneign Bengal Army, ao Sept 49 ; JAeut. 9 Mar. 55) , Cornet, 14 Feb. 60 ; 
Xi#«^. >29 July 6a ; Captain, »io May 64 ; Major, 21 July 77. 



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William Hanning Lee 



COBVXT OB 

am LIEUT. 



^ ^ 'aiNov. 05 

Charles Albert Leslie Attila French P15 June 60 



Peter Aubertin 

James Frederick Stuart Menteth,^d;«to»f > 

Jjfnitire Yeomanry Cavalry S 

Fnncifi James Ashbumer 

Pnmcis Grenville Doyle, at Staf CoU^e... 
Bcmamin Relf,* Adjutant £anea$k%re^ 

Teemanrjf CacaUy i 

Foster CamifTe Lister Kay 

Arthur Lewis George Gould 



Pi6May 
4 Oct. 



P 9 April 70 
aoFeb. 66 

2 May 70 



LlHTTBVAJrTS. 

Warner Ottley 

Joseph Alexander Lambert 

Hexoy Clerk 

Frederick Gordon-Mackenzie...: 

John Ceeil de Veel Tattersall 

Cuthbert Pilkington Dawson x© April 78 

I Jeremiah James Bayly 1 May 78 

iFxaocisSaTile Barton xx May 78 

George Berthon Preston 32 Jan. 79 



LiBrr. 

»2i Oct. 
P23 June 
P 6 July 

P16 Mar. 

P30 Nov. 
''29 May 

27 Sept. 

30 Dec. 
30 Dec. 



I Sbcovd LiBirTBVxirTs. 

••■ George John Scott 

I ■■ Capon Henry Freaton, A^'utaut 2 July 79 . 

»• BoDert Fiennes Uibbert 



22n> LIBUT. 



22 Jan. 79 
21 June 79 
13 Aug. 79 



27 Mar. 74 
2 Deo. 74 
9 Aug. 75 
xaAug. 76 
II Sept. 76 

13 July 78 
4 Dec. 78 

14 Deo. 78 
2 July 79 



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' 5 Nov. 70 

Pis Jan. 69 

P27Sept. 71 

70 29 Jan. 74 

70 19 Jan. 76 
69 8 Mar. 76 

71 

71 
73 



30 June 77 

7 June 78 
a July 79 



BBEY.MAJ. BT.LT.OOI.. 



15 . Iff Fammaeter.^Thomsm Aked, 30 Jan. 7a ; Em, »5 Apr. 64 ; Li. '4 Apr. 65 ; Capt. P30 Mar. 67. 
I I ... BiJiny Matter. — Heiury Andrew Hugnes, 23 July 79. 
n ... QMrier Jfoft^r.— Edward Gundrie Tuckett,* 13 Jan. 69. 
;i ... Veterinary Snrgeon. — Alfired Adrian Jones,^^ zo June 71. 

\Sc9xlet—Faeinye Buff.— .iytfnto, Messrs. Bidgway and Sons.— JrwA Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
Betumed from India, 31 JoMuary 1870. 
^ lieotGeneral Low served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inker- 
2a>2i. andTcfaemaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, also present with the Light Cavalry Brigade at Bupatoria ; at 
lokerman be commanded the Regiment (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of 
Hcaor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

' LtColonel Sneyd served with the and Dragoon Guards in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, including the action of 
K:iSKnitpore, siege and capture of Luoknow, subsequent operations, and action of Koorsee (Medal with Clasp). 

* Hajor Bsttine served as Adjutant of the i6th Bengal Irregular Cavalry on the Peshawur frontier and was pre- 
sesi in teTeral expeditions against Momunds and AfRredie hill tribes in 1854-56 (Medal with Clasp). Served with 
tbe Pertiaa Expeditionaiy Force from Jan. to June 1857, and was present at tiie bombardment and capture of Mohum- 
?ib(M€dal with Clasp). Served in Bengal with Havelock's column, on the Staff of that General, and was present 
£tlte actiooB of Onao, Busseerutgunge (xst and and), Boorbeakechowkee, and Bithoor, and in the several actions 
lading to and ending in the relief of the Residency of Lucknow on 25th Sept. 1857 ; also during the subsequent 
<SeSEace as D. A.Q.M. 'General to the force until the final relief by Lord Clyde on 24th Nov. 1857 (Medal with Clasp, 
13x1 a year's Bervice). 

* Qncain Relf served with the loth Hussars in the Crimean campaign from the Z7th April i855,including the oap- 
isre of Tcborgaum, battle of the Tchemaya, Expedition to Kertch, and destruction of and affairs at Taman (Medal 
«nli Clasp, and Turkish Medal) 

* (tBBiter Master Tnckett served with the 2nd Dr. Gds. in the Indian campaign in i858-59,including the siege and 
nptsre of Lucknow actions of Koorsee, Nawabgunge, and Jamo, and the Trans-Gogra afihirs at Bungaon (Medal 
T:tk Clasp). 

^ Veterinary Surgeon Jones served throughout the AbyssiniaA campaign of 1867-68, including the action of 
inscc and capture of Magdala (Medal). 



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0«te(Qel,^Ikiheirt RiobardBon Bobert8on,i C£. Comet, ^B Jane 36 ; Lt, *g April 39 ; Ceqd. '16 Aug. 33 ; liajor, 

' [ 3 June 4 1 ; Lt.Col^Ml, '33 Deo. 43 ; CoUnul, so Jose 54 ; MqjorOetural, 14 )£i^ 59 ; LUtU.Qtneral, 31 Jan. 

/.-: t {'^urrtii, t3 Apr. 75 ; Colontl 3rd Dragoon Gaard8,,i7 Jnne 66. 
Lieut tQjijnt OolcBel.— Andrew Smythe Montagae Browne, Comet , 18 Not. 51; £f. '16 Mar. 55; Cotpf. 

f" j| Dt;c. 5^ ; Jfiiyor, P30 Jnne ^; JBr«w< X<.Co£m«j, i Oct 77 ; Lieutenant CoUnuil, 34 Nov. 77. 
X^er— Fre<li rick John George Mnrray, Comet, '16 May 63; xe. '17 Nov. 63; C«yif. '17 April 69; Mmfor, 

31 May 76. 



3rd (The Prince of Wales') Dragoon Guards. 

The Prince's Flnme. The Rising Bun and Bed Dragon. " Tilayxba " " Albuiibia. 

" Pbitivbula. •* ''^ABTSsnni.." 



[SaUim. 

' "VlCTOBll." 



CxmiiTB. 

John Davison 

Otho Glynn Bolitho 

p.e.e. Herbert Stewart 

Bmle Kerr Amyatt Bumey 

FrederioHorace Davis Bellwood Bell wood 
Frederick Meyer Wardrop, Aiie de 

Camp to Sir John Miekel 

Henry Frank EgbertLocas 

William Utting Cole 

Roger Kennedy Parke 



LiKxmvLsn. 

William Frederic Hamilton Yatman 

Greville Bwing M'Glellan, Adi. ia Apr. 74 
John Frederick Stracey Lee-Barber .. 

Pryce M^yrick Pryce 

Lindesay Cole Parker ^... 

Arthur James Taylor 

James Massy Dawson 

Andrew Edgar Oaldeoott 

Henry Chomxeley Gribble 



8xC0n> LiBUTBVABTi. 

John George Woodley 

John Edward Fitsmanrice Hughes Roche 



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3irD LnnTT. 



'•12 Mar. 61 

'14 Oct. 68 

'34 Nov. 63 

'38 Oct. 68 

' 3 April 6g 

'30 Jnne 69 

39 Not. 64 

'38 May 70 

i*zoAug. 70 



II May 78 



3Bn LIBUT. 



14 Sept. 78 
13 Aug. 79 



'31 Feb. 
Pi3 June 
Pi8 July 
'30 June 
»38May 

'10 Aug. 

XI Nov. 
'15 Feb. 
38 Oct. 



CAfTAIK. 

65 '35 Jan. 71 
69 13 Feb. 73 
65 Pzz April 68 

69 31 Oct 74 

70 z6Feb. 78 

I May 78 
39 Nov. 76 

6 Feb. 79 
36 May 79' 



30 Dec. 71 

14 Feb. 74 

3 Dec. 74 

4 Dec. 74 
XI Feb. ^6 
II Oct. 76 
XI Nov. 76 
II Nov. 77 
36 May 79 



BBBV.MU. BT.I«.COL. 



Pavffuufor.— Wentworth Dawes, 18 Nov. 68 ; Son. Captain, 18 Nov. 73* 

Ridina Maeter.—Rugene Henry Nicholson, 34 May 79. 

Chiarter lf(M<«r.— Samuel J)ean, 9 Oct. 63. 

Veterinary Surgeon.— 'Uichtuel Joseph Hartigan, 3 Jnne 68. 

Soarlet^^octn^t YeHoir.—Agente, Messrs. Hopkinson and Co.— Jnt& J^enie, Sir B. Boroiigh« Bf.aadCo. 
I Retumedfrom Abgeeinia and Indta^ June x868. 

^ General Richardson Robertson served in South Africa, in command of the sucoessftil expedition against the 
insurgent emigrant Boers, beyond the Orange River, in 1845. Also as Brigadier, and in command of the 7th Dra- 
goon Gnards in the Ejifflr campaign of 1846-47 (Medal and CS.). 

* Lt.Oolonel Browne served wito the Scots Greys in the Crimea firom 30th July to ist Sept and flrom Oct. to Pec. 
1855, including the battle of the Tchemaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, ana TurkiBh Medal). 



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The Harp and Crown, and the Star of St. Patrick, with the motto " Qkm $tparabitf" " Psviviitla" 

" BxjLAXLkyi. '* " SaVXSTOPOL." 

CduuL—air Bdward Cooper Hodge,i JTCB. ComH, 3 Aug. a6; Li. '3 Jnly a8; Copt. »iq Dec. 34; ^"V^f. 

»3 Dec 41 ; U.Cbiaul, 1^3 Oct. 48 ; C»Um4l, a8 Nor. 54^ ^^or ehntrol, 30 Jan. 63 ; lA.Qti^tral, 95 OoU 

71 ; Otnwralt 1 Oct. 77 ; CoUnul 4th Dragoon Qnarda, 6 Jan. 74. „ . 

imteaaat (WoaeL— James Qnnter,* Comet, 'iS Feb. 53; lAeui. 'az Nor. 56; CaptoMH, 'ax Oct. 59; Mq^r, 

'a Dec. 68 ; Lkuttmamt CoUmH,jj Mar. 77. 
Xi^.— Thomas Bradney Shaw-Hellier, CotimI, '37 Sept. 6x ; Lt. '7 AprU 63 ; Capi. ^xj April 67 ; Mqjor, 

a Jane 76. 



Cxm.nrB. 

George Bamsay Alnred Denne 

John Sidney Bates 

Philip Edward Pope, AdjmUmt Chukire^i 

Twmmmrjf CmuUj S 

John Chadwick 

Charles Henry Cnrrsy, J^fuimmtPeuhrok* ) 



Merryn ChalonerStephenTynte,^4;«<aiU ) 

XoHXtnt Ttomamy CfQvaUy ,...} 

Laurence Mnrphy 

Charles ViUiers Ibbetson 

William Johnson Howard Townsend 

John Hubert Hnssey 

Henry Bmest Baskerrille Walton 



liZumnruTTS. 

Frederick Thomas Penton 

Bohert John Abdy 

Joseph Watkina William Darley , 

Arthur Abney Sandys 

John Algernon Aylmer 

Bobert Arnold Vansittart 

BeUbrd Bandolph Wilson 

Nidiolas Henry Bacon ^ 

Charles GtoorgoKidd 



SsOOVn IdSUXSJTAVIS. 

Bobert Le Mesnrier WiUonghby, jM;«<as< \ 

ax Jmie 79 ) 

JohnWiOiamDenk 



P m m m tt tr. — John Macartney/ x6 May 63 ; Son.M(nfor, x6 May 77. 
BiliM Jfavfor.— James Horton, 38 April 75. 



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1*16 Mar. 60 
»x3Peb. 63 


^Ijv^ 6s 


'aaMay 63 


»xiJnly 65 


»ia April 64 


P17 April 67 


'la Sept. 65 


' S Jan. 70 


Px3Mar. 66 


' 9 April 70 


»i7 April 67 
»4Deo. 66 
'30 Jane 68 
»33 Oct. 70 


'14 Sept 70 
'6Mf!r. 69 
»i7Msy 71 
aSOct. 71 
83 Mar. 73 


33 Sept. 7x 


33 April 73 
30 Dec. 73 
X3N0T. 74 
x; June 74 
38Aag. 75 
a8 0ct. 71 
xo Jan. 74 

39 Not. 78 


3Vfi LISUT. 


XX May 78 


IX May 78 





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P 8 June 70 
'x4 Sept. 70 

'aa Oct. 70 

4 Jane 73 
37 Jane 74 

16 Jan. 75 

x8Feb. 75 
a Jane 76 

5 Sept 78 
Z4 Dec. 78 
xoAug. 79 



Sir Edward Cooper Hodge com- 
manded the 4th Dragoon Goards in 
the Eastern oampslfm of 1854-55 ; was 
on board H.M.S. Smup^eil in the 
naval attaok on Sebast<mol xTth Oct 
1854 ; also present at tfie battlei of 
Balaklaya and Inkerman, siege of 
Sebsstopol, night-attack on BoaBian 
oatpoBts, x9th Feb., and battle of 
Tchemaya, x6 Ang. X855 (Medal with 
three Clasps, OB., Officer of the 
Legion of Honor. 3rd ChMS of the 
MeOjidie. and Torkish Medal). 



AmfUr MatUr. — Soloman Williams,* 11 Apr. 68. 
Fifariaanr AMVsoi».~John Hanly, a8 Apr. 63. 

l^mB. A. Lawrj 

SMtwm§ifnm tit Otmsm, Julg X856. 



ifariaafy Suraotm. — John Hanly, a8 Apr. 63. 

Soaxlet— Aeii^ Bine.— ii^m2. A. lAwrie, "BBC^.—Iriik Ag—U, 



Cane and Sons. 



* LtOoUmsl Gonter served with the xst Dragoon Goards in the Crimean campaign from x6th Ang. X855, inolndinlT 
t^eiiige sad iUl of Sebaatopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served slso in the campaiip of i860 in 
Cbfitt ; ms engaged at Sfnho, present at the fUl of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of xlth and axst 
" * '.also in the adrance on Peldn (Medal with two Clasps). 



late a Captain in the X7th Lancers, was present with a Scpiadron of the X3th Light Dragoone 

" ^ ~ ). Served with the 17th Lancers in the Crimea from the aoth 

ag the siege of Sebsstoi>ol and batUe of the Tchemaya (Medal 



tt laxiiool and in the notion of Zbrapore x8th Oct x8^ 
JTMto X4U1 July and from Sept. to Kor. 1855, inoli 
«tth Ossp, sad Torkish Medal)- 
* Qasrter Msster Williams served in the 4th Dragoon Guards throughout the Eastern campaign of x854-55« 
i»!adiiigtiie battles of Balaldava, Inkerman, and Tohermaya, siege and (Ul of Sebastopol (Medal with three Olasps* 
cul Toniih Medal). 



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Her Majesiy's Body Guard of the 
Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-ArmSi 

Ths Body ChMrd of the Sovereign on all Pvhlie and State oceaMons. 
(BflTABiisno iw vn Yiab 1509.) 

Captain William, iPorZ 0/ Coventry, a8Har77. 

Lieutenant Gnstftvus Hazne,^ late Bt.Lt. Col . Unatt., ao Nov. 78. 

Standard Bearer Wm. O'Biyen Taylor,^* late M^'or aa F.i Jan. 76. 

GBimBmir-AT-ABKS. 



Xdward Goodwin, late Major Cambridge Miliiia 
Skapleton Charles Cotton 



Sdw&rd Satherland, lat<; Brevet Major 7 F ... 

Fra. C. WemysB, Major 6 Wett York MUUia... 

Qriflin Nioholaa, Hon. Major r. f. p. 5 F 

T. B. Mortimer, late Brevet Lt.Golonel IJnatt. 

Charles Dresing,* late Brevet Lt.Colonel 3F. 

Henry Hardinge.^lateLt. Col. Rifle Brigade ... 

Bevil Granville," late Brevet Major 33 F..i4;u- 
tant z Serte R\/U Volunteere 

Stanhope Leonard Douglas WiUiin,*late Cap- 
tain aF 

Paget John Boiirke,^® late Captain i x F 

HenryJobling Wallack,!* late Captain 77 F.... 

John Henry IiOwnde8.i*late Lt.Colonel 6 F. ... 

John Wftlrond Clarke,** late Captain zo Hns. . . . 

V^ Fred. Boberteon Aikman,i* Captain h. p. 
Bengal Liflantry, Lt.Col. OtmmandoMt Eaet 
MiddlMpx MiUtia 

James Herbert Freme,*' late Captain 79 F. 
Lt.Colenel z Shropekire Bifle Volunteere 

Wm. Coninghame Caninghame,*^ late Cap- 
tain 79 F 

Biohard George Ellison,** late Major 47 F. .. 

John Cha. D. Morrison,^* late Col. R.Marines 

Ja8,AinslieBtewart,*« late Colonel R. Mar. .. 



Vaa June 49 i I John Glas Sandeman,** late Captain z Drs. 
P16 Oct. 49 Robert Edw. Henry,** late Brev. Lt.Col. ao F. 



26 Feb. 5a 
'zs Nov. 60 
16 July 61 
aa July 6z 
aa July 61 1 
3 Feb. 63 

9 Sept. 63 1 

8 Oct. 63 
as Apr. 64 
z^Deo; ^4' 
Z7 Deo. 64* 

8 Mar. 651 



13 May 6s 

z9 July 6s' 

z8 Aug.671 

zsFeb. 68 1 

30 Mar. 69 1 

4 June 69 



Cha. Edwyn Wyatt.«' late Bt.Major 8 Hnasars 
Arthur Campbell- Walker,*> late Captain 79 

F. Adjutant a Adminietrative Battalion 

Ser^ordekireSi/le Volunteere 

Francis Pavy,** late Captain 74 F 

Walter Clopton Wingfleld,*! late Major Mont- 

ffomery Xeomamry Cavahy 

C John Grant Malcolmson,** late Lieut. 3 



V€ John Giant Malcolmson,** late Lieut. 3' 
Bombay Cavalry I 

John Hampden waller,** late Lieut. a8 F 

Wm. Chester Master, C^.>« lateCqJonel a8F. 

Theodore Williams.** late Lieut, zo Hussars... 

Horatio Page Vance.** late Brevet Lt.Col. 38F. 

Edward Andrew Noel,** lute Captain 3Z Foot 

Montagu Jno. Battye,*Mate Maiorlndian Army 

Shadwell H. Clerke,«*Bt. Lt.Col. h.p. ax F. ... 

Reynold Alleyne Clement, late Captain 68 Foot 

Charles Cooch,** Lt. Col. Unatt 

Edward Brown,«* Colonel, r.f p. zoi F 

Geo. Henry Pocklington,** laU Zt. Col, z8 F... 

Henry Brackenbury,*? late Mi^ior Depot Batt. 

Francis Cunningham Soott,^ CB. Lt.CoL 
h.p. 4a F 



x8 Jnnefp 
ao July 6s; 
ao July 69 



ao July 69 
aoJuly 69 

tta Apr. 70 

as May 70 

34 Aug. 70 

31 Oct. 70 

6 Mar. 71 

27 Feb. 7# 
Z9 Mar. 75 
Z3 Apr. 75 
z6 Apr. 75 

z Apr. 76 
Z4 Mat. 77 
z July 77 
z July 77 
8 Nov. 77 

28 Dec. 7S 



Clerk qf the Cheque and Ae^fulant.— Philip Limboroh Tillbrook,*? late Major T7natt., Z3 Deo. 78. 
Sub Qffleer.—Jjt.Golonel J. G. Sandeman,** late Captain i Drs. a^ Feb. 74. 
Scarlet— ^aHiiy Blue Velvet. I Agente^ Messrs. Cox and Co. 

1 Lt.Golonel G. Hume served with the 38th Regt. the Eastern campaign of z8^4-5s, and was present at the battle 
of Alma, siege and faXi of Sebastopol, was Aide de Gamp to Sir John Campbell on the ozpodition to Kertch, and 
assault of the Redan on the z8th June, in which the Major General was killed ; was D.A.A.G. 3rd Division ftroin 
July Z855 (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie. 
and Tuncish Medal). Served in India with the ^8th ttom lath Nov. z8s7 to 9th August 18^8 ; was present at the 
siege and capture of Lucknow, and with Grant's Division during the summer campaign in Oude, including several 
minor affhirs (Medal with Clasp). 

* Lt. Colonel Dresing served with the s8th Regt. in the New Zealand war and was present at the storming of Kawiti's 
Pah at Ruapekapeka on the izth Jan. Z846, after which he proceeded to the valley of the Hutt, and served there 
during difforent operations (Medal). 

7 Lt.Colonel Hardinge served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 ; and in that of 1852-S3 (Medal) • 
Also in the expedition against the insurgent Boers N.E. of the Great Orange River in Aug. Z848, when he waa 
present and slightly wounded in the action at Boem Plaats. Served the Eastern campaign of i8s4, including tlie 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of M^jor, sth Class of tlie 
MeeUidie, and Turkish Medal). 

* Major Granville served with the asrd Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of i8s4, including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, and.siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Joined Lord Clyde's Army 
before Lucknow on X4th Nov. Z857, and was at the relief of the garrison ; also at the defeat of the Gwadior Contin- 
gent at Cawnpore on 6th December, and at the fall of Lucknow in Mar. Z858 (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps) . 

* Captain Willan landed in the Crimea on 30th June zSss with the 13th Lifht Infantrv, and was present at the 
battle of the Tchemaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

10 Captain Bourke served with the Cape Mounted Rifles in the Kamrwar of 185&-SZ (Medal); and in 1852-53 in 
the Orange River Territory, where he commanded several successftil patrols. 

1* Lt.Colonel Lowndes served with the 47th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of a6th Oct., and storuLing 
the Quarries on 7th June— severely wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight ol 
the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

1* Captain Wallack served with the 9th Regt. throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, and was present at the 
battles of Moodkee, Feroseshah, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). 

14 Captain Clarke served with the zoth Hussars in the Crimean campaign flrom z7th April 1855, including the aie^i 
and fall of Sebastopol, capture of Tchorgaum, battle of the Tchernaya where he commanded a squadron in suppkori 
of a troop of Horse Artillery, and an afikir with the Cossacks near KTertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Meaai) . 

u Lt.Colonel Aikman served eighteen years in the Bengal Armv, including the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, an^ 

fresentatthe battle of Sobraon (Medal). Pui\jaub campai^ of z 848-49 (Medal), with General Wheeler's F*iel<! 
■oroe. Indian Mutiny campaigns of 1857-58, including the siege and capture of Delhi, action of Bolundshur, an( 
siege of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps), and was awarded the Victoria Cross for having, when commanding: \^^ 
xr^ Sikh Cavalry on the advanced picquet, with zoo of his men, attacked and utterly routed a body of 500 re'b€ 
iniantry, aoo horse, and a guns, cuttingnp more than zoo men, capturing the two guns, and driving the snrvivin] 
•nemy into and over the Goomtee. This feat was performed under every disadvantage of broken ground an< 
partially under the flanking fire of an adjoining fbrt. On this occasion he received a severe sabre wound in th 
huse in a personal encounter with several of the enemy, the efi'ects of which compelled him to retire on half pay. 
'1* Lt.Colonel Freme served the Eastern campaign of Z854 and up to 9th Feb. 1855 with the 79th Highlander! 
including the battles of Alma and Balaklava,and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Mc<ial! 
u Colonel Morrison was present when the batteries of Obligado in the River Parana were attacked and carried 
aoth Nov. Z84S. Served on the China expedition of 1857-59, including the blockade of the Canton river, thelandlAi 
before, storm and capture of the city. Served as Provost Marshal to the expedition, and afterwards aa D.Jl.A 
General to the Army in garrison at Canton (Brevet of Major). Served the campaign In the north of China in x 864 
' including the action of Sinho, taking of Tongoo, storm and capture of the North Takoo fort (mentioned in d4 
spatohes), and subsequent operations (Medal with three Clasps, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). 

1* Mi^or Taylor served wiui the z8th Royal Irish in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal with Clasp for Pesv 
Also in the Crimea flrom 30th Deo. Z854, including the sieire and fhll of Sebastopol and assault of the i8th Jiin» 
slightly wounded (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie) . Also in India during the lat* 
part ofthe Mutiny of 1857-58, and served for many months with a fleld force m the Decoan. 

*^ CaptfUn Cuninghame served with the 79th Highlanders in the Crimean campaign of Z854 up to a6th Not.» ni 
also ttom Jan. to 9th Feb. 1855, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal wi 
three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



The Honourable Corps of Qentlemeii'ai'Arma. 3 ^ 

** lUjor Ellison aerred the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in the 47th Regt., including the battles of Alma and 
lakermaa, CMCore of Balaklava* siege of Sehastopol, and sortie on 36th Oct. (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Me<^idie) . _ . 

"* Colonel Stewart senred thronghont the campaign in Syria in 1840,— at the Camp at D* Jouni as Acting Engineer, 
the norm and capture of Sidon, surrender of Beyront, bombardment and capture of St. Jean d' Acre (War Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Senred also on the West Coast of Afkica from 1841 to 1844 ; commanded a do- 
^<ixment of Marines at the destruction of several Barraooons in 1842 and liberated 1,200 slaves at Kabenda, Ambna, 
Black Point, Loango. Punta da Linha, 25 miles up the river Congo ; and a second time at Kabenda, three miles 
inland, whan he was attacked by a much superior force, and after liberating the slaves and destrojring the barra- 
ooons effbeted a safe retreat to the beach with three men mortally wounded, closely pressed by a large force 
of armed Africans (mentioned in despatches) . Served with the battaUon of Royal Marines sent to Japan from 1864 
to 1866, and was present at the bombardment of the batteries at the Straits of Simonosald, the entrance of the 
inland sea of Japan, on the 5th and 6th Sept. 1864. ^ . ^ ^ 

^ lit. Colonel ft^wHfliw^ Ti served with the ist Royal Dragoons in the Crimean campaign from the oth Oct. iSm* 
and was present at the batUes of Bahiklava, Inkerman and Tchemaya, siege and fkll of Sebastopol (Medal with 
UiJee Claeps. and Turkish Medal). . ^ 

" LLGolonol Henry served in the 86th Regt. with the Malwa, Nerbudda, and Central India Field Force in 1857-58, 
•ad was preaent at the siege and capture of Dhar, actions of Mundesoor and Goodarea, siege storm and capture of 
Chundaree, and also of the fort and town of Jhansi, battles of Betwa and Koonch, actions at and in front of Caipee, 
battle of Gowlowlee, capture of Caipee, battle of Morar, actions of the i6th and 19th June, and capture of the town 
and fortress of Gwalior, acted as Aide de Camp to Brigadier Stuart in most of the latter engagements (Medal with 
Clssn, four times mentioned in despatches, and Brevet of Major). . , ^ v . , 

« Minor Wyatt served with the 14th Light Dragoons in the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clam). Also 
in the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1858 and was present at the siege and capture of Rahutghur. 
action of Barodi^, relief of Sanger, capture of Gurrakota, forcing the Muddunpore Pass, siege and capture Of 
Jhansi (Medal with Clasp). , „ „ ^ 

" Captain Campbell- Walker served in the 79th Highlanders in the Crimea subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, 
from X4th March 1856 to the end of the Russian War. Served also throughout the Indian campaign in 1858-59 as 
Aide de Camp to Brigadier Douglas, including the operations across the Groomtee, siege and capture of Lncknow, 
and sabsoqnent operations on the March to the relief of Asimghur (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

* Oafttain Pavy served with the 74th Highhinders in the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1858, and was present at the 
•torm and capture of Capaul (Medal). 

** M^r Wingfield served with the xst Dragoon Guards throughout the campaign of i860 in China, and was pre- 
Mttt at the fisll of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the action of Sinho, also those of the i8th and 2i8t September. 
Commanded the Cavalry force sent to Tungchon with Mr. Wade to demand the giving up of the prisoners on the 
aoth'September, and present at the surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps) . 

■ Lieutenant Malcolmson served in the 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry with the Persian Expeditionary Force In 
i?3^7. including the assault and capture of Reshire, surrender of Bushire, expedition to Borazjoon, and action of 
Khooehab (Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross). Served also with the Central India Field Force, including the 
•>eire of Batidiur and fall of Caipee (Medal with Clasp). 

" Mr. Waller served in the Oude campaiRU in 1858, including the capture of the fort of Kaili (Medal). 

*• Colonel Master commanded the 5th Fusiliers at the relief of Lucknow in Nov. 1857, and served with it in 
Outram's Force at the Alum Bagh in all the operations of the succeeding months, and commanded the Regt. at the 
capture of Lucknow. as also throughout the Oude campaign of 1858-59, including the action of Dounderkeiraand 
Buxargfaat. and capture of the Fort of Oomerea (several times mentioned in despatches, CJB., Medal with Clasp, and a 
jeu^s service). 

" Mr. T. Williams served with the loth Hussars in the Crimea from the 6th July to the xst October 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

" Mi^or P. L. Tillbrook served with the 50th Regiment in the Crimea from the 22nd August 1855, including the 
Eii^pe and f^U of Sebastopol fMednl with Claso, and Turkish Medal). 

* IxCoIonel H. P. Vance served with the 38th Regiment in the Crimea from January to the 15th ^pril T855, in 
eioding the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian camunign from Nov. 
1857. *Bd was oreecnt st the storm and capture of Meeangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs of Barree 
and Nuggur (Brevet of Major. Medal with Clasp). 

■ Captain Noel served with the 3i8t Regiment throughout the Sutlej Campaign of 1845-46, and waa present at 
the battles of Moodkee, Feroxeshah, Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (Medal and three Clasps). 

^ Major M J. Battye was present with the field force under Brigadier England in all its operations on iu second 
advance on and return from Kandahar in 1841-42. Also with Colonel Wymer's Brigade in the Urghundaub valley. 
Present at the battle of Hyderabad (Medal). Joined his regiment (the 2i8t) at the commencement of the outbreak 
m the Southern Konkan. Served on General Ontram s staff with the Light Field Force in Sawunt Warree. Present 
stthe siege and occupation of Munohur and Munsontosh. Engaged with the advanced guard at Golior, 21st 
Jan. 1845, and at Moolis. 6th February— horse shot under him. 

«• LuColonel 3. H. (nerke served with the 2i8t Fusiliers ih the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the batUe of 
Ahaa, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack of the Redan on the x8th June, where he commanded the scaling-ladder 
psrtr. and was mentioned in despatches ; served as Adjutant at the fietll of Sebastopol and expedition to Kinbouxn 
(Xedal with two Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

** LLColonel Cooch served with the 62nd Regiment in the Crimea from 12th Nov. 1854, including the siege and 
bSi of Sebastopol and the sorties of the 5th 9th and loth May. defence of the Quarries 7th June, assaults of the 
Bedan on the i8th June (in command of the Wool-bag party of his regiment) and 8th September (mentioned in 
dapstebea. Brevet of M^jor, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Sardinian 
awi Turkish Medals). Appointed Town Migor in Sebastopol immediately after its fall for his services during the 
«Mt sad final assault. 

*^ Colonel E. Brown served throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Feroseshsh and 



^•tegOToualj (Brevet of Major. Medal with Clasp). Served in the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863, and was 
pNHBft at the attack and capture of the Conical Hill and Umbeyla (Clasp) . 

• lACoIonel G. H. PookUngton served with the 18th Royal Irish in the Burmese campaign of 1852-53 (Medal 
vilk Cteap for Peiga). Served also in the Crimea from xst June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and 
ittHk or the xSth June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

* lUor Brackenbury served with the oxst Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present at the 
betili eCGopjerai, and with the Field Force in pursuit of the enemy to the Ehyber Pass in February and March 
i£49(1ladal with Clasp) Present with the expedition to the Eusofrie Countiy and at the attack and capture of 
iMOMtTillagea on the xxth and 14th Dec. 1849 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the rank of Captain with tho 
TiiitMi OontJBgent and performed doty as an Engineer Officer in the Crimea in 1855-56 (Turkish Medal). 

^ lACnfcinel Scott served with the 42nd Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battlsa of Afana and Balaklava, expedition to Kertch and Tenikale, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
ClaiVik 5th Claaa of Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . Served also the campaign of 1857-58 against the mutineers in 
India, inefaiding the actions at Cawnpore (6th Dec. 1857), Seraighat, Khodagunj. Shumsabad, siege and ftOl of 
' ~~* r and aaaault of the Martiniere and Banks' Bungalow, attack on the Fort of Roo3rah. action at Allvgunge, 



and captxira of BareiHy (Medal with Clasp). Embarked for the Gold Coast with the 42nd Highlanders and 
throogiiout the second phase of the Ashanti war in 1874. Was present at the battle of Amoafrd ; commanded 
the BMiiiwm at the capture and destruction of Becquah (mentioned in Sir A. Alison's report to Sir Garnet Wolseley 
Mhavteg had the particular direction of the withdrawal of the Rear Guard), battle of Ordahsu (slight wound of 
tte haaS) aad eaptore of Coomaaeie, and with the 42nd formed the Rear Guard during the burning of the city» and 
~ dfliy's Bcareh nntU the arrival of the Forces at the Adans Hills (mentioned in deepatches, Brevet of 
CcA, Madal with Clasp). 



32 Yeomen of the Guard. 

Her Maje$ty*8 Body Qua/rd. 

(IVBTITUTZD BT HXHBT VII. IK THX YXAJI U^S-) 

Captain £or<2 Skelmeradale, 3 Maroh 74. 

Lieutenant Lt.Coloiiel Arthur Need.Uate of 14 HusaarB, xi Feb. 70. 

Ensign Colonel Hon. William James Colville,* late of Rifle Brigade, zx Feb. 70. 

EXOFB. 

Lt. Colonel Charles Doyle Patterson.^ late of 10 Foot, 13 Fob. 62. 
Lt.Colonel John AugUBtns Todd,^ late of 14 Hnasars, a Apr. 64. 
Captain Francis Brockman Morley.' late of 40 Foot, 24 Oct. 68. 
Colonel Henry Home,* 03. late of Grenadier Goards, 23 Nov. 73. 
CUrk of the Cheque and .i(i;«to»^.—Lt. Colonel Wm. Griffin Sutton,? r. f. p. Cavalry Depot, 9 JoA- 6>* 

140 Yeomen. 
Agent*.— Meaars. Cox and Co. 
< LtColonel Need served the Ponjaab campaign of 1848-49 as Aide de Camp to General Whish, and was present 
during the whole of the siege operations against and capture of Mooltan, and action of Sooijkoond ; was alao 

Eesent at the surrender of the Fort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle of Goojerat (twice mentioned in despatches, 
edal with two Clasps). Served in the 14th Light Dragoons in the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Cla«p) . 
Also with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1857-58, and was present at the siege and capture 
of Bahutghur, relief of Saugor, capture of Garrakota and pursuit of the rebels across the Beas (specially men- 
tioned in despatches), forcing the Muddenpore Pass (horse wounded), battle of the Betwa (horse wounded, and 
specially mentioned in despatches— life saved by Lieut. James Leith, for which the Victoria Cross was awarded to 
him), siege and capture of the town and Fortress of Jhanai, battle of Koonch, affairs during the advance on Calpee 
and action of Golowlee, capture of Calpee and nursuit (mentioned in despatches), action of Morar, action resulting 
fn the recapture of the town and Fort of Qwalior. Served under Sir Robert Napier in 1857-58 in the pursuit of the 
rebels under Ferozeshah, action of Ranode (horse wounded), and pursuit of Tantia Topee (menti(}ned in despatches. 
Brevets of Mcyor and Lt.Colonel, Medal wiUi Clasp). 

* Colonel the Hon. William Colville served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
the battle of Alma, siege and tall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie) . 

* Lt.Colonel Patterson served with the loth Regt. in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battle of Sobraon 
(Medal). Also the Punjaub campaign of i848-4q, including the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan, action 
of Soorjkhoond, carrying the heights before Mooltan, capture of the Dowlut Gate in command of the storming 
party, surrender of the fortress, and battle of Groojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded three companies of 
the xoth Regt. in Shahabad with Major Eyre's field force at Dilawur, and capture of Jugdespore, and was mentioned 
in despatches for hie gallantry (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

* Lt. Colonel Todd served with the 4th Light Dragoons throughout the campaign of 1838-39 in Affghanistan, 
including the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). Also throughout the Puinaub campaign of 1848-49, including 
the action of Riunnuggur, passage of the Chenab, battles of Chilhanwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 
Served as Brigade Major of Cavalry with the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Also as Brigiftde 
Major to the 2nd Brigade of the Central India field force under Sir Hu^h Rose in 1858, and was present at the siege 
and capture of Rahutghur, relief of Saugor, capture of Garrakota, forcing the Muddenpore Pass, siege and capture 
of Jhansi, battles of Betwa with Koonch, and affairs during the advance on Calpee and action of Golowlie ; also the 
action of Morar. recapture of Gwalior, and pursuit with action of Jowra Alipore : served as Assistant Adjutant 
General to the Gwalior Division in pursuit of the rebels, and at the action of Ranode, also present at the capture of 
the fort of Powrie (fiye times mentioned in despatches. Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

* Captain Morlev served under Sir Charles Napier during the operations in ticinde in 184a. Served with the 40th 
Regt. m the Gwabor campaign, and was present at the battle of Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star). 

* Colonel Hume served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 95th Regt. including the battles of the Alma 
(wounded, horse killed under him, and mentioned in despatches) and Inkerman (severely wounded— shot through 
the thigh), siege and fall of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th October in command of the Regiment ; he succeeded 
to the command of the Regiment at Inkerman, and received the Brevet of Lt.Colonel (Medal with three Clasps, 
CB.t Knight of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Was recommended for the 
Victoria Cross by LtGen. Sir De Lacy Evans for "an act of special and useful valour at an important moment at 
tho battle of the Alma in having seized a Colour and led over the bridge, the officers previously bearing it having 
heen struck down by the enemy^s fire." 

? Lt.Golonel Sutton has received the 4th Class of the Medjidie and the Turkish Medal, for services with the late 
Turkish Contingent. 



Military Knights of Windsor. 



Mi^OT Rollo Gillespie Burslem, late of 13 F. (Oooemor). 

B Captain Francis Gee, Unatt. 

6olonel Paris Wm. Aug> Bradshaw, late Unattached. 

Major Wm. Young,* late Paymaster Depot Battalion. 

lritA3olonel Joseph Sanderson, r.f.p. z F. 

Peter M*Innis, late Lieut. 44 ^• 

Patrick Cahill. late M^jor 56 F. 

Lt. Colonel Fred. Percy Lea, late Unattached. 

Colonel Henry Gahan, late of 5 West India Regt. 



Captain Wm. Malonev, h.p. Quarter Master Depot Batt. 

Captain James Menzies, h.p. Quarter Master Depot Batt. 

Lt.Colonel William Stevens, h p. 2 F. 

Colonel James John Graham, late Unattached. 

Major James Powell,* r.f.p. 102 Foot. 

Captain James Baird,* late of 88 F. 

Major James Stillman/ late of 9 F. [Gav. Depot. 

Captain John Attkins Pickworih,^ h.p. Riding Master 

Colonel George de Rottenburgh,* CB. late of zoo F. 



* M^jor Young served with the 22nd Regiment the campaign of 18^4-45 in the Southern Mahratta Country, and 
was present at the investment and capture of the Forts of Punnlla and Pownghur. 

* Major Powell was present at the capture of the fortress of Kumool in 1839. Served in the Onmean Campaign 
from December 1854, and organised and commanded the 8th Battalion of the Land Transport Corps (Medal wiiii 
Olasp, and Turkish Medal). 

* Captain Baird served with the 4zst Regiment in the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, siege and fiUl of Sebastopol (wounded 9th June), sortie of 26th Oct.. and assaults of the 
Redan on the i8th June and 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

* Major Stilliran served with the Carabineers in the Crimea f^m i4ih August X855, including the battle of 
Tohemava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and operations near Eupatoria (Modal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
WaB at Meerut at the Sepoy mutiny on zoth May 1857, ^^^ served the campaign of that year, including the baUles 
•f Hindnn, siege and fall o< Delhi, and subsequent operations under Brigadier Showers (Modal with Clasp). 

7 Captain Piokworth served the Eastern campaign of 1854-^5 with the 8th Hussars, including the reconnais- 
■aaoe to Silistria, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and the Tchemaya, afiUrs of Bulsanak and M*Kenzie's 
Warm, siege and fUl of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, French War Medal, and Turkish Medal). Served in the 
Indian campaigns of 1858-59 and was present at the capture of Kotah, reoocnpation of Chundaree, battle of Kota ke 
Serai, capture of Gwalior, and action of Boordah (Medal with Clasp). 

* Colonel de Rottenburgh served in Canada during the nbelUon and received the Brevet rank of Major for ser- 
▼ioes there whilst employed on a particular service. 



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The Royal Anns. "PisiFSuti." "WAtmLoo." 

p-J5^~|CftI«ML— George Charles. Earl o/Lncan.i GCB. Etu^n, 39 Ang. 16; Lt. 34 Dec. r8; Capt. x6May 22 j 
fiT Sr ^iif^* *3 June 25 ; Lt.Colonel, 9 Nov. 26 ; Colonel, 23 Nov. 41 ; 2£ajor General, xi Nov. 51 ; Lieut.Qeneral, 
-f i^^l 24 I>ec. 58 : General, 28 Aug. 65 ; Co2one/ xst Life GoardB, 22 Feb. 65. 

28 ... lirata&utt CcUnel-— James Keith Praser,« Contei 4- Sub Li. Px6 Apr. 52; Lieut. P23 Mar. 55; Capt ^17 
' yav. 57 ; Major 4r Lt.Colonel, 20 May 72 ; Colonel, 29 May 77 ; Lieulenant Colonel, 31 July 77. 

MiQor aad LtOolonel.— Charles Wilxner Duucombe, Comet 4- Sub Lt. ^22 July c6 : Lieut. ^26 Auff . %q : Caoi. 
>3 A p ril 67 ; Ifg/or 4- Lieuimtant Colonel, 21 July 77. ^ ^ * *^ ^^' ^^ 



CAPTAXirS. 

ITm. Reginald Arthur James Talbot 

Oiarles Needham 

Hon, Chas. Cavendish George Byng. Aide\ 

ie Camp to Prince Edward ofSaxe Weimar } 

James AJezander, .Eur; qfCaledon 



Edward Maahiter Danaey 

9^ Simon Macdonald Lockhart, Bart. 

John Edmund Philip Spicer 



Lisi;TSiri.irT8. 

Reginald Charles Tumor» , 

John 8. Southwood, Adjutant 12 Aug. 74 ... 

Algernon Fox Eric Smith , 

Arthur William Hill-Trevor 

Charles Napier Miles 

George Bridges H. Dennett, Lord Rodney... 

Heniy Vincent Hi^rgins 

Thomas Charles Pleydell Galley 

John Weyland 

Beginald Brooke 



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... Henry Gerardlieigh 

— Arthnr Henry John Walsh 

... Son. Copleatone Richard George Warwick 
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7 Aug. 78 

27 Sept. 79 



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Pxx Jan. 67 

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II Sept. 76 

5 June 78 



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'Siding Jfagtsr. — 

11 ... (Quarter Ma»Ur.—John Henry Stuart Reid, 23 Jan. 69. 
j Surfeou Motor . — Owen WUUam George, MD. ; Surgeon Major, 6 June 71 . 

I iSbfyem.— Thomas William Thompson* 30 Sept. 75. 

' »S ... [Veterinary ^«f^tfo«.— Martin Mence, 25 July 55 j i** Claee, 4 Dec. 63. 

Scarlet— JViWK^f Blue.— 49«n^, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Setumedfrom France, January 18 16. 

* Lord Laean served the campaign of 1828 on the Staff of the Russian Army in Bulgaria (Russian War Med&l and 
C:«Bafider of St. Anne of Russia). Commanded the Cavalry Division throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854, 
uif lading the battles of Alma, Balaklava (wounded) andlnkerman, and siege of Sebastopol ^edal with four Clasps, 
fC£., Commander of the Legion of Honor, ist Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

'Colonel Fraser served as Orderly Officer to Sir Edmund Lyons on the Expedition to Kinboum in 1855* &i^d 
*!• present at its bombardment and surrender (Medal). Has received a Gold Medal ftom the President of the 
fnMh. Repabbc in recognition of his devoted services to the wounded on the field of battle in the Franco-German 
asqMign of 1870-71, 

* lient Tumor served with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade in the seoond phase of the Askanti War, in 1874 
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Colonel.— QtOTge Fred., ri«<!o«ii« Templetown,i ZCB, Stuiau, '34 April 23 ; £<. '29 Oct. 35 ; C^al. 

P12 Deo. «6; Mtyor, »i6 Juno 37 ; Lt.Colonel, »x6 April 41 ; Colonel, 11 Nov. 51 ; Kqfor Oeneral, 26 Oct^sS ; 

LUut.Getural, o March 65 ; Oeneral, 6 April 73 ; Colonel, and Life Guards, xo Oct. 76. 
LieutenaBt Oolonu.— Henry P. Bw^art, Comet, ':t6 Feb. 58 ; Lt. '22 Julj 59 ; Capl, '25 Idar. 69 ; Mqjor 

and Lt.Colonel, 36 March 73 ; Colonel^ 36 March 78 ; X<n(^««ia«; Colonel, xo April 78. 

4Jor ft LtGdoBel.— John Stephenson Ferguson,* Comet 4r Sub Lt. i>ii June 5a; Xt. 8 Dec. 54; Capt. 

5 Sept. 56 ; Brevet Mcpor, s Jxily 7= ? Mtyor 4- Lt.Colonel, 10 April 78. 



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George Auflnistus Curzon* 

Frederick Trench Townshend 

Sir William Samuel McMahon, Bart 

Hugh Richard, Viscount Downe 

Alexander GlentworthPauI CliftonPerceval 

5»r Archibald Lamb, JBarf. 

Edward Hanning Lee 

Douglas Mackinnon Baillie Hamilton, 
Xord Cochrane 



LnvtsvARS. 

Francis Johnstone 

Audley Dallas Neeld 

Thomas Wake, Adiutant jo May jiiXiding \ 

Matter 90 July 66) } 

Sir Thomas Charles Gallis Western, Bart,. 

Lord Henry John Vane-Tempest 

John Anstruther Smith-Cunmghame 

Anthony Charles Sykes Abdy 

Charles Fred. St.ClairAnstruther-Thomson 

Claude George, Lord Glamis 

Hon. William Spencer Bateman-Hanbury. 

Louis Eric Ames 

Houston French 

Rowland John Beech 



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Biding If a«e*r.— John Marshall, 9 Sept. 71. 
Qnarter Master.— Chaxlw Stanhope Haines, 14 June 76. 
Surgeon Jfaior.-— George FredericK Hume-Spry, MD. 5 May 76. 
Surgeon, — Henry Frank Hensman, Jssistant Surgeon, 31 March 63. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— John Ashworth Rostron, xx Jan. 67 ; ist Class, 31 Jan. 77. 
Scarlet--JPa«»if^» Blue.— ^^«iif«, Messrs. Cox and Go. 
Betumedjrom France, February x8i6. 
^Lcrd Templetown served Uiroughout the Eastern campaign of 1854. and imtil March 1855, in command of the 
xst Battalion of Coldstream Guards, present at the battle of the Alma (mentioned in despatches), battle of Inker- 
man, in command of the Brigade of Guards, which he brought out of action (woimded. and horse killed), subsequently 
in conmiand of the xst Division ; also present at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasps, CB., Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 3rd Class of the Mec^idie, and Turkish Medal). 

* Major Ferguson served with the 5th Dragoon Guards in the Crimea firom Oct. 1854 to 7 Dec. 1855, and was 
present at the battles of Balaklava, Inkermau, and Tchemaya, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

* Major Curzon served as a Lieutenant in the and Battalion of the Rifle Brigade in the Indian campaigns of 
1857-58, including the actions at Cawnpore, siege and capture of Luoknow ; subsequently with Ross' Camel Corpe, 
and present at the battle of Gclowlee and capture of Calpee (Medal with two Clasps) . 



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The Royal Arms. " PiKorsuuL " " Wa.tieloo." 
CttlAML—Hoffh Hexuy, Lord Btrathnairn,^ GCB. GCSI. Stuign, '8 Jane 20; H. '24 Oct ai; Copt. '2a Jolj 34 ; 

Motor, »3oDec. 96 ; Li. Colonel, '17 Sept. 39 : Colonel, x i Nov. 5 J i Major General, la Deo. 54 ; Zie^^. €hneral, 

23 Feb. 60 ; General, 4 Feb. 67 ; Field Marthal, 2 June 77 ; Colonel of Royal Horse Guards, 3 March 69. 
LiMlauat Co1«b«L— Owen Lewis Cope Williams. Comet, 1*12 May 54 ; Li. '25 Jan. 56; Capi, '7 May 58; 

Mqfor 4- Bt.Li,Col4mel, ^7 Dec. 66 ; Colonel, 7 Dec. 71 ; Lt. Colonel, xi Sept. 75. 
■akr.— Cecil Robert St. John Ives, Comet, '15 Jan. 58; Lieut. '12 Mar. 61 ; Capt. '25 Apr. 65; Mc^or^r 

BreveiLiemlenant Colonel, ii Sept. 75. 



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Pi 7 July 


66 


'29 Dec. 65 


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P 6 July 


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» 2 Dec. 68 


»3i Oct. 


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'19 Dec. 65 


19 Aug. 


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'19 Aug. 7» 


ii Sept 


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'19 Aug. 71 
28 Oct. 71 


8 Dec. 


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35 Sept. 78 


28 Oct. 7x 


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1*28 June 71 






2 Dec. 74 






33 April 73 






38 Feb. 75 






38 Feb. 74 







10 July 79 



CArtAlWB. 

Frederick GhiBtavus Bumaby 

David Milne Home, MP. for Berwick 

Mou, Oliver George Powlett Montagu 

Gilbert Stirlmg 

Alfred Mordaunt Egerton, Squerry to\ 

HJtJS. ike Dnke tfConnangki S 

Cbaries Gore. Xord Kilmarnock 

Lord Henry Arthur George Somerset 

Hon. Wm. Charles Wentworth-Fitz William 
John Hew North Gustavo Heniy , Vieeount ) 

Daliymple S 

LuvTSirAirTS. 

Robert M'Alpine, Adjutant 34 Deo. 58 

[Frederick Richard Gascoigne 

George Lamplugh Wickham 

John Seymour Wynne Finch 

Archibald William Merry 

John Fielden Brocklehurst 

Bvelyn George Hammond Atherley 

Chariea Baldwyn Childe-Pemberton 

Leird Henry Edward Brudenell Somerset.. 

Ssoovn LisuTBVJjrrs. 

Hen. Lionel Francis George Byng m... 39 June 78 

Charles William Selwyn 30 Nov. 78 

Howard Henry Howsxd-Vyse ^ 13 Aug. 79 



Miiima Jr<u<er.— Thomas Miller, 7 Nov. 65. 
QemrUr Maaier. — James Sharpies, ao Sept. 71. 
omrgeem JTofM*.— Joseph Marmadnke Taylor,* a6 Feb. 76. 

Snryoom. — Heinrich Freiderich Lawaetr Melladew, MD.^ Aeeieiani Surgeon, 31 March 64. 
yetertmary Surgeon.— MaXhsm John Harpley,* 34 April 54 ; \§t Clou, 9 Jan. 63. 
'RXvie—Faeinge Scarlet.— jl^enff, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Setumed from France, a F^ruarg 1816. 

' LortStnUmaini served the Syrian campaign of 1840-41 (Medal, CB., Crons of St. John of Jerusalem of Prussia, 
Cid sword of honor tram the Sultan). Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as the Queen's Commis- 
■OCT St Che Head Quarters of the Freneh Army, and was wounded before Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps,* Major 
teval, ECB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). Commanded the Central India 
f)M Faroe thmghout the Mutiny of 1857-58, having inarched 1,084 miles, took upwards of 150 pieces of Artillery, 
CM otreadiad camp, one fortified city, one partly entrenched town, fought sixteen successful actions, captured 
»nsT forts, and never sustained a check, and including the relief of Sanger, capture of Rat([hur, Shahghur, and 
C^^awrse, siege and capture of Jhansi and Calpee, and various other engagements terminating in the storm and 
Ofttre of Gwalknr and restoration of the Maharajah Scindia to his capitar(&C£. and promoted Lt.General*' in 
cotaidaition of his eminent services," Medal with Clasp). 

*y«eriBai7 Surgeon Harpley served with the Roval Artillery the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
iffui of Bnlganac and M'Kensie'sFarm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, with Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol and repulse 
f/ihe Sortie on the 26th Oct. X844 (Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Royal Morse 
i^Hery in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Pandora, storm and capture of Meangunge, siege and 
c*cC3RQf Lacknow, captare of Rampore Kussie, passage of the Gograat Fyzabad, and affairs of Muchagawn and 
KsBds Kde (twice mentioined in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

^ SvgeoB Miiior Taylor and Doctor MeUadew.—For War Services see " Medical Department." 



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Tho King's Cypher within tho Gai-ter. " Wxtxeloo " " SxTi.8TOPOL " *' Taiu Fokts " '• Pbcix." 

f?Z: Colonel.— Henry Aitchison Hankey, En$ign, '26 June 33; Lt. '10 Alar. 25; Capt. '15 Aug. 26; Major, 

P27 Sept. 33 ; Lt.Colonel, 1 Mar. 39 ; Colonel^ 11 Nov. 51 ; MajorOeneral, 6 July 57 ; Lieut. General ^ 29 Apr. 64 | 

Oeneral, 7 Dec. 71 ; Colonel ist Dragoon Guards, i Jan. 72. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry Alexander,* Comet, '3 Sept. 47; Lt.^6 Decs©; Capt. 'i Feb.56; Major, *i2 June 

6^; Bt. Lt.Colonel, 22 Sept. 73; Lieutenant Colonel, 9 Dec. 76; Colonel, 22 Sept. 78. 
Major.— Richard James Combe Marter,* Comet, '18 Jan. 51 ; Lt, '29 April 53 ; Capt. ^g Dec. 6a ; Major, 

7 March 77; Bt. Lt.Colonel, 15 Oct. 79. 



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P25Sept. 6olP2i July 63 

»*26June 66 '30 Sept. 68|i'27July 70', 

xoMay 64 ^'20 Feb. 671 12 Feb. 73 

'29 April 59, '12 May 61 Pi8 May 70 29 Nov. 79 

P3oSept. 68,»*23Mar. 70 15 July 76 

'13 July 67' 7 May 70^ 16 Dec. 76 

'*i2 0ct 67i»i4July 69I 17 Dec. 771 



John Matthew Benthall' '20 Dec. 59 

Arthur Gibbings* " '" 

William Henry Thompson* 

William Vesey Brownlo w* , 

Charles Adrian Gough Becher* 

Robert Grosao Grodson* 

Heni^^ Percy Douglas Willan* 

Hamilton Campbell Vetch ' 8 July 68 j 28 Oct. 71: 20 Mar. 78' 

LlBUTXNi.lfTS. 

Nicholas Sadlier* 

Peter Marrow" ... 

Robt.AbrahamBrewsterFrench'Brewsteri* 

John Alexander* 

Ferdinand Seymour Leslie 

Richmond G. Nicholas,* ^4;u<a«« 14 Feb. 

74 {Riding Master 13 April 72) 

James Cumming Dewar* 

Robert Thomas Graves Lowry* 

Bub Libutxhavts. 
William Henry Harkneas* 



SeCOHD LlBUTBITAllTS. 

William Richard Goold-Adams^ .. 

John Saltren Willett" 

Cjrril St. Clair Cameron 

Julian Oswald 

Ernest Leonard Wright* 



'22 Dec. 69' 28 Oct. 71} 
28 Oct. 7x 28 Oct. 71 
3 Aug. 72' 



P27Feb. 69 



8 Dec. 77 



30 Dec. 72 

28 Oct. 7t 

x4 Feb. 741 

19 Feb. 79] 



x6 Feb. 78 22 Mar. 79 



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II Sept. 761 



2irD LIBUT. I 



X May 
II Maj' 
32 Mar. 
23 Mar. 
II May 



Pajr«a«/^r.— Charles Morley Balders,* 6 Jan. 79 ; Comtt, 35 May 35 ; Lt. 9 Oct. 57 ; Capt. '39 July 62 ; 

Bt.Mqjor, 9 June 76. 
Biding Jfa*<*r.-^ Philip Kelly, 14 June 76. 
Qmarter Matter. — Henry Murphy,* 37 Nov. 66. 
Veterinary 5Kr^«on.— Seaward Longhurst,* 14 June 73. 

Scarlet— Pacing* Blue.— ^o^^, Messrs. Cox and Oo.^Irieh Agents, Messrs. Cone and SonB. 
Bmbarkedfor Natal, 28 February 1879. 

1 Colonel Alexander served with the loth Hussars in the Crimea from 7th July 1855. including tho battle of the 
Tchemava and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the ist Dragoon 
Gkiards m the campaign of i860 in Chma ; was engaged at Sinho, present at the fall of the Taku Forts, eng^aged in 
the actions of 18th and 2i8t Sept., also in the advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Zulu war of 
X879, in command of the ist Dragoon Guards, ft>om 14th April till the end of the campaign. 

" Lt.Colonel Marter served with the ist Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 (Vom the 9th April, and commanded 
a detached squadron of his regiment in the field from the ist June until the conclusion of the campaign, including 
the cavalry afffeiir at Erzungayan on sth June. Captured the Zulu King in the Ngome Forest, and brought him to 
TJlondi, having under his command at the time a squadron of the King's Dragoon Guards, a company of the Natal 
Native Contingent, and an officer and ten men of irregular mounted troops (mentioned in despatches, and pro* 
moted Bt.Lt.Colonel " iu recognition of the service performed by him in having effected the capture of Ketch wayo, 
the Zulu King, in the Ngome Forest "). 

* Gajptains Benthall, Becher, and Willan, Lieute. Nicholas (as Adjutant), Dewar, and Lowry, 3nd Lieuts. Hark- 
neas, (ioold-Adams, and Wright, Paymaster Balders, Quarter Master Murphy, and Veterinary Surgeon Longhurst 
served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879. 

* Captain Gibbings and Lieut. Alexander served with the King's Dragoon Guards iu the Zulu war of 1879, in the 
squadron under Major Marter, flrom ist June to the end of the war, including the cavalry affair at Brzungayan and 
the capture of King Cety wayo. 

* Captain Thompson and Lieut. Sadlier served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, in the 
squadron under Msjor Marter, including the cavalry aflkir at Erzungayan. 

* Major Brownlow served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, and was Orderly Officer to 
Colonel Drury Lowe, conmianding the cavalrv in the engagement at Ulundi. Afterwarda commanded a squadron 
of his Regiment in Baker Russell's Flying Column (Brevet of MaJor). 

* Captain Gk>deon served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 in the squadron under Migor 
Marter, and took part in the capture of Kins Cetjwayo. 

^^ Lieut. Marrow served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, in the squadron under Major 
Marter, including the cavalry afikir at firzungayan. Acted as Adjutant and Quarter Master to the squadron, and 
subsequently as Staff Officer at Fort Newdigate. 

u Lieut. Brewster served in the Zulu war of 1879 as Deputy Provost Marshal of the 3nd Division, and was present 
in the engagement at UlundL Served afterwards with a aquadron of the King's Dragoon Guards in Baker Ruasell's 
Flying Column. 

" Second Lieut. Willett served in the Zulu war of 1B79, with the Field Force in Natal and the Transvaal. 



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2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays), 

The Boyal Cypher within the Garter. " Luckkow." 



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! - B*i'C«I«iel.— Alexander Low,i CS. Cornet, »aOct. 35; Id. ^6 July 38; Capt. '14 July 43 ; Bi.MnJor, 90 June 54 J 
i!! £!!: Major, 76 Oct. 54 : Bt.U. Colonel, 12 Deo. 54 ; £'• Co2oii«2, i May 57 ; Mqfor General, 6 March 68 ; Lieutenant 

General, i Oct. 77 ; Colonel and Dragoon Ouards, i Aug. 74. 
24 .^ liratnaat G«loBel.— Thomas William Sneyd,* Cornet, ^3 May 56 ; Lt. '24 July 57 ; Capt. '10 May 61 ; Major, 
'o Aug. 71 ; lAemtenant Colonel, ai July 77. 
• • Kaisr.— William Alexander Battine^ {Snaiifn Bengal Army, 20 Sept. 49 ; Lieut. 9 Mar. 55), Cornet, 14 Feb. 60 ; 
• tiimi. >29 Jnly 6a ; Captain, >io May 64 ; Major, ai July 77. 



William Hanning Lee 

Cfaarlea Albert Leslie Attila French 

Petct Anbertin 

Jamce Frederick Stoart "ilenVe^Adjntant "> 

J^frMre Teomanrn Cmalry i 

Fiancii) Jame« Ashoumer 



]Francif Gren villa Dovle, at St^f CoU^e.., 

.Benjamin Itelf,^ Aaijntant £aneaakxre"i 

Yeeeeanrjf Cavalry } 

■ Foeter ConlifTe Lister Kay 

. Arthur Lewis George Gould , 



'aiNov. 65 
'15 June 60 
Vi6May 65 

4 Oct. 64 

' 9 April 70 
90 Feb. 66 

2 May 70 



LxsuTSJiAins. 

Warner OtUey 

Joseph Alexander Lamben 

HeniyClerk 

Frederick Gordon-Mackenxie.. 
John Cecil de Yeel Tattersall.. 
Cuthbert Pilldngton Dawson ., 

Jeremiah James Bayly 

Frsncis Savile Barton 

George Berthon Preston 



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P23 June 65 

P 6 July TO 

Px6 Mar. 



Sacovn LuuTxvi.irT8. 

- Geirge John Scott 

' Capon Henry Preston, .^4/Mtont 2 July 79 . 

- Bobert Fiennes Hibbert 



27 Mar. 
a Dec. 
9 Aug. 
Z2 Aug. 

XI Sept. 

xo April 78 X3 July 

I May 78 4 Dec. 

jx May 78 1 14 Deo. 

aa Jan. 79 a July 



6 July 70 

-. Mar. 70 

P30N0V. 70 

1*29 May 69 

37 Sept. 71 

30 Dec. 7x 

30 Dec. 73 



aTTD LiBirz. 



aa Jan. 79 
31 June 79 
X3 Aug. 79 



' 5 Nov. 70 

••13 Jan. 69 

»»27 8ept. 71 

29 Jan. 74 

19 Jan. 76 

8 Mar. 76 

30 June 77 

7 June 78 

a July 79 



SRET.UAJ. ' BT.LT.OOL. 



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:i Ifi PnutaeUr.—ThoiaMB Aked. 30 Jan. 7a ; En§, '5 Apr. 64 ; Lt, '4 

... BiMuy Matter. — Heiury Andrew Hoghes, 33 July 79. 
:: ... [(^mtrter Matter.— Kdward Gundrie Tuckett," X3 Jan. 69. 



Apr. 65 ; Capt. '30 Mar. 67. 



Veterii 



rimary Surgeon.— Aitred Adrian Jones,^** xo June 71. 
\QcMx\e^—Pae%nge Baff.—Ayentefliewn. Ridgway and Sons.—JruA Agente, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
Metumed from India, 31 January 1870. 

' IdnLGenend Low served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inker- 
:^:i, tad Tchemaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, also present with the Light Cavalry Brigade at Bupatoria ; at 
bienaan he commanded the Regiment (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of 
Hs:^. Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Meajidie). 

* LLColonel Bneyd served with the and Dragoon Guards in the Indisji campaign in 1858-59, including the action of 
^ssKrotpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, subsequent operations, and action of Koorsee (Medal with Clasp). 

' MajoT Bsttine served as Adjutant of the i6th Bengal Irregular Cavalry on the Poshawur frontier and was pre* 
Rat in several expeditions agamst Momunds and AiR«die hill tribes in 1854-56 (Medal with Clasp) . Served with 
^tf Pfrsian Expeditionary Force from Jan. to June 1857, and was present at Uie bombardment and capture of Mohum- 
*«!: JMedalwitn Claap). Served in Bengal with Havelock's column, on the Staff of that General, and was present 
2tbesaioDs of Onao, Bnaseerutgunse (ist and and), Boorbeakechowkee, and Bithoor, and in the several actions 
**dsii^«>and ending in the relief or the Besidenov of Lucknow on 25th Sept. 1857 ; also during the subsequent 
■K&ace as D.A.Q.M. General to the force until the iinal relief by liord Clyde on 24th Nov. 1857 (Medal with Clasp, 
k^i a jfar's service). 

' Outain Belf served with the loUi Hussars in the Crimean campaign from the t7th April i855,including the cap- 
t^ cl Tefaorgaom, battie of the Tchemaya, Expedition to Kertch, and destruction of and affairs at Taman (Medal 
^'.^ CUsp, and Turkiah Medal) 

* Qoaner Master Tnckett served with the and Dr. Gds. in the Indian campaign in i858-59,including the siege and 
cipaire of Iiucknow actions of Koorsee, Nawabgunge, and Jamo, and the Trans*Gogra ankirs at Bungaon (Medal 
v::^naap). 

' Veterinary Surgeon Jones served throaghont the Abyssinian campaign of 1867-68, including the action of 

Ar.-gee and capture of Magdala (Medal) . 



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3rd {The Prince of Wales') Dragoon Guards. [d-mu. 

The Princ6*8 Flume. The Rising Bun and Bed Dragon. " T^laybki. " " Albukxbi. " " YxnouA. *' 

"PBirnrBULA" •'^Abtssimxi." 

OoloneL— Robert BichardBon Rohertson^i CB. Comet, '8 June a6 ; X<. '9 April ag ; Gi)9rf.'i6 Aug. 33 ; Mwr, 
'x8 June 41^ Lt.Colmul, 'aa Deo. ^^jColonsl, ao June 54; MqjorOen^ral, 14 May 59; XMa^.G^Muroi, 31 Jan. 



'x8 June 41 : Ijt,CoUmMt 'aa Uec. 43 ; vounui, a< ^ 

68 : G^mm^, 13 Apr. 75 ; Colonel 3rd Dragoon Qaard8,,x7 June 66. 
LieuienaBt Oolenel.— Andrew Bmythe Montagu '^ 



Comet, x8 Nov. s\ ; X*. 'x6 Mar. 55 
■>. 77 ; Xi0Mi«iMM< Colonel, a4 Nov. 77. 
Xigor.— Frederick John George Murray, Comet, »i6 May 6a; Lt, ^ij Nov. 63; Copt. ^17 April 69; Jfofor, 



Montague Browne, vomet, xs «ov. sj; lA. ^] 
'34 Deo. 58 ; Mqfor, 1*30 June ^ ; Brevet Lt.Colonel, 1 Get. 77 ; Lientenant Colonel, 94 Nov. 77. ' 



3x May 76. 



Cjlptajvb. 

John Davison 

Otho Glynn Bolitho 

«.«.«. Herbert Stewart 

JBmle Kerr Amyatt Bumey 

FrederioHorace Davis Bellwood Beliwood 
Frederick Meyer Wardrop, Aide de\ 

Comp to Sir John Uiehel i 

Henry Frank BgbertLucas 

William Utting Cole 

Boger Kenne^ Parke 



LlBITTBiriLVTB . 

WiUiam Frederic HamUton Yafeman...., 
Greville Swing M'Clellan, Aii. ia Apr. 74 

John Frederick Straoey Lee-Barber 

Fryce Meyrick Pryce 

Linde8ayCk>lePa^er w.. 

Arthur James Taylor 

James Massy Dawson 

Andrew Bdgar Caldeoott 

Henry Oholmeley Gribble 



Bbcoito LuvnurisiB. 

John George Woodley 

John Edward Fitsmaurice Hughes Boohe 



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J'xaMar. 6' 

»i4 Oct. 68 

»a4Nov. 63 

P38 Oct. 68 

' 3 April 6q 

'30 June 69 

39 Nov. 64 

*a8 May 70 

^xoAug. 70 



i**2x Feb, 65 

(I'laJime 69 

**i8 July 65 

1*30 June 69 

'a8 May 70 

'xoAng. 70 

II Nov. 68 

Pis Feb. 71 

a8 Oct. 71 



xz May 78 



14 Sept. 78 
13 Aug. 79 



30 Deo. 
14 Feb. 

a Dec. 

4 Dec. 74 

II Feb. a6 

xz Oct. 76 

XX Nov. 76 

XI Nov. 77 

a6 May 79 



'as Jan. 
xa Feb. 73 

»ix April 68 
31 Oct. 74 
x6Feb. 78 

78 

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79I 



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a9Nov. 
6 Feb. 
a6May 



PowflMMltfr.— Wentworth Dawes, 18 Nov. 68 ; Son, Captain, 18 Nov. 73* 

Riding Maeter.—Siageiae Henry Nicholson, 24 May 79. 

Qnarier 3f<u<«r.— Samuel J)ean, 9 Oct. 63. 

Veterinary <9«f^«oii.— Michael Joseph Hartigan, 3 June 68. 

Scarlet— i^a«iiV« Yellow.— ^^mte, Messrs. Hopkinaon and Co.— Jrif A A^enU, Sir B. B<iroiigh« Bt» and Co. 
I Betumedfrom Abg$$inia and India, Junt x868. 

^ General Bichardson Robertson served in South Africa, in command of the successfhl expedition against the 
insurgent emigrant Boers, beyond the Orange Biver, in 1845. Also as Brigadier, and in command of the 7th Dra- 
goon Guards in the KaflBr campaign of 1846-47 (Medal and CB.). 

* Lt.Oolonel Browne served with the Scots Gr^ys in the Crimea fh)m 30th July to zst Sept. and from Oct. to Pec. 
Z855, including the battle of the Tchemaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, ana Turkidi Medal). 



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George Bamsay Alored Dezme 

John BidnOT Bates 

FhiUp Bdward Pope, AtUiOoHt Che*kir«^ 

T t om mu r w CSnwIry S 

John caiadwiok 

Charlea Henry Coirey, J^ftiimmt Pembroke ) 



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The Harp and down, and the Star of St. Patrick, with the motto " (imi$ ttparabUt" "Pikwsuia" 

" Balaxlata " " SsvASTorox.." 
ikaeL— «ir Bdward Cooper Hodge,i JTCB. ComH, 3 Aug. 36 ; Li. '3 July 38 ; Co^i. '19 ^>^' 34 *' V<VM*, 
»3 Dm. 41 : U.Coioma, »3 Oct. 48: Colam0l, a9 Not. 544 Mt^or B^neral, 30 Jan. 63; IA.Q€n*ral, 35 Ooi. 
71 ; OtiMrel, z Oot. 77 ; Colonel 4th Dragoon GoardB, 6 Jan. 74. . 

ieateaaat OeloneLWames Ganter,* Conut^ ^x8 Feb. 53 ; lAind. '31 Nor. 56 ; CaptaiM, 'si Oct. 59 ; Mqfor, 
'8 Dec. 68 ; LiCMtnamt GUou4l,7 Mar. 77. 
■^«r.— Thmnaa Bradney Shaw-HelUer, Cormi, '37 Sept. 6x ; Lt. '7 April 63 ; Capt. '17 April 67 ; Jf^/or. 
a Jane 76. 



Merryn ChalonerStephen T7nte,.<l«|;«<a»< ) 

SmtHgut Tmmmrjf Conaky 

Lannnoe Mnzphy 

Charles ViUien IbbetMn 

^WlDiam Johnson Howard Townsend, 

John Hnbort Hnasey 

HeniyBmestBaskeryiUe Walton ... 

Frederick Thomas Penton 



Bohert John Abdy. 

Joseph Watldns wOliam Darley . 

Arthor Abney Sandys 

John Algernon Aylmer 

Bobert Arnold Tansittart , 

Bellbrd Bandolph Wilson , 

Nldudas Henry Baoon ^ 

Chariea Ctoorge Kidd. 



Ssoovn LmmnrAvtB. 
Bobert Le Mesnrier WiUonghby,.<M;irfa«i \ 

I II Jane 79 > 

.^ JohnWiBJam Dent. 



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'x6Mar. 60 
»x3Feb. 63 


P 9 Aug. 64 
'4Jnly 65 


'33 May 63 


'iiJnly 65 


»x8 April 64 


'17 April 67 


»i3 Sept. 65 


'5Jaa. 70 


'13 Mar. 66 


' 9 April 70 


'17 April 67 
' 4 Deo. 66 
'30 June 68 
'33 Oot. 70 


83 Mar. 73 


33 Sept. 71 


33 April 73 
30 Dec. 73 
13 Nov. 74 
13 June 74 
38 Aug. 75 

38 Oot. 71 
xo JazL 74 

3May 77 

39 Nov. 78 


an> Lisirr. 


XX May 78 


XX May 78 





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p 8 Jane 70 

'14 Sept. 70 

•33 Oct. 70 

4 Jane 73 
37 June 74 

x6 Jan. 75 

18 Feb. 75 

a June 76 

5 Sept. 78 
14 Deo. 78 
zoAug. 79 



Sir Edward Cooper Hodge com- 
manded the 4th Dragoon Guards in 
the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 ; was 
on board H.M.S. BmupmrtU in the 
naval attack on Sebastopd xTth Oot. 
1854; also present at the battlsi of 
Balaklaya and Inkerman, siege of 
Sebastopol, night-attaok on Boasian 
outposts, T9th Feb., and battle of 
Tchemaya, 16 Aog. 1855 (Medal with 
three OJasps. CS., Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 3rd Class of the 
Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 



j?>ipiiifir.— ^ohn Macartney,* 16 May 63 ; SonMiJooft z6 May 77. 



J Mia y Matttr, — James Horton, 38 April 75. 
r. — Soloman Williams.* xi Ap 



QmritrUaaUr. 
ftUrmrw 



.pr. 68. 
Lawrie, Esq.- 



,— John Hanly, 38 Apr. 
'^aeim^ Blue.'-Agni, A. 1 

JUhtmedfivm ik$ OrisMa, irafy'x856, 



Jritk AgtnU, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 



1 LtGolanel Gunter served with the xst Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campaign flrom x6th Aug. 1855, including 
*.k« liege sad lUl of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . Served also in the campaign of i860 in 
Ctia; VIS engaged at Sinho, present at the fUl of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of x8th and axit 
Septeaber, also in the advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps) . 

* M^ Macartney, late a Captain in the zTth Lancers, was present with a Squadron of the zith Light Dragooofl 
tt Knnool and in the action of Zorapore i8th Oct. 1839. Served with the 17th Lancers in the Cnmea from the 30th 
•IBS to 14th Julyand from Bent, to Nov. 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol and battle of the Tchemaya (Medal 

* Qttxtcr Master WilUama served in the 4tli Dracroon Ouards throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
a^afagthe battlea of Bttlaldava, Inkerman, and Tohenaya, siege and fitU of Sebastopol (Medal with three 01asps« 



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5th (Princess Charloite of Wales') Dragoon Guards. 



X«. P31 Julyas; Cap*. '30 June a8 ; Bl.JfaJcr, 23 Nov. 4 



Ooloiial.— Richard Parker, Comei, '3 Auff. 32 , ^ „, _^. ^ , . -,*,„,. 

Mc^or 4r Zt. Colonel, 9 Nov. 46; Colonel, so Jane 54; Lt.Colonel 4r Colonel, 20 June 54; Major Genera 
34 Aug, 6i ; Lieut General, 3 Jan. 71 ; General, 1 Oct. 77 ; Co/'On«r 5th Dragoon Guards, 7 Dec. 71. 

Liftuteaaat Colonel.— William Edward Marsland,^ Cornet, ^17 Feb. 57; if. '10 Dec. 58; Cap*. '3 Mar. 60 
Mtujor, '38 Oct. 71 ; Xiei(*«iia«i* Colonel, 33 Jan. 77. 

Kiqor.— James Dyson Bourne, Cornet, ^21 Deo. 60 ; Lieut, 'y Nov. 62 ; Capt. >3 Aug. 66 ; Major, 17 Mar. 77. 



" VeBiigia nulla retrortum." — " Si.Li.MAVCi. ' 
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"ViXTOBIl." ' 

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Gaptazhs. 

Edward Alfred Jee 

William Bobinson Truman, Adjutant^ 

Warwicluhire Teomanrjf CavaXry } 

Robert Wilson Kearsley, Adjuiant Berke ) 

Yeomanry Cavalry S 

John Oswald Lambert 1 

Frederic Melkington Kenyon-Stow, Adj. \ ' 

Middleeex Yeomanry Cavalry } 

Frederick Augustus Cracroft-Amootts 

Maunsell Bowers 

Fred. Wilson Hemming 

Robert Stevenson, A^uiant Lanarkehire^ 

Veowtanry Cavalry } 

Walter Hyde Atherton 

Charles Edward Warde 



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Richard Charles Bernard Lawrence .... 
Andrew Baldrey, Ae^'utant 13 June 76 , 

John Francis Green , 

George Henry Maddison 

Edward Hegaa 

William James Mackeson 

Son. Kenehn Digbv St Lawrence 

Stephen John Hatfield Harter 

Sheldon William Keith Gradock 



Sxcoirn Lixutxitahts. 

Henry James Lermitte 

Charles Conrad Shaw 

St. John Corbet Gore , 



2 Jan. 69 



10 Nov. 77 
8 Dec. 77 
4 Deo. 78 



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24 Feb. 
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71 17 Mar. 77 
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71 2 Feb. 78 

7a 9 Aug. 78 

72 31 Aug. 78 
71 1 31 Oa. 78 
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27 Aug. 70 
27 Sept. 79 



X3 Feb. 76 

31 May 76 

36 Aug. 76 

6 Oct. 76 

zx Sept. 76 

xo Sept. 77 

3x Aug. 78 

X Nov. 78 

27 Aug. 79 



4 Dec. 78 
4 Dec. 78 

23 Jan. 79 

Bernard Hamilton Gunston ix Oct. 79 

Favmaeter.—ft.B.e. Dudley Beaumont," x Apr. 78 ; Sne. 8 July 56; Lt. 4 May 59 ; Capt. z Apr. 70. 

Biding Matter.— Robert Gifford, 3 April 78. 

Quarter Ifot^r.— William Denis Lemmon, 3 June 64. 

Veterinary Suryeon.—Ed^nn Thomas Cheesman, so Nov. 67 ; let Clan, 30 Nov. 79. 

Scarlet— JVittny* Green.— ^^*»e«, Messrs. Cox and Co.— /rw* AgenU, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 



Beiumedfrom the Crintea, 28 May X856. 

^ Lt Colonel Marsland served with the ist Dragoon Guards in the campaign of x86o in China, and was engaged a 
Sinho, present at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of the 18th and 2zst September, aJso m th( 
advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

* Captain Beaun^ont served as Aide de Camp to General Tomer during the operationa in Bhootan in 1865-66 
(Medal with Clasp). 



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fin fiairColoMl.— HeniT Richmond Jonee,^ CS. Cornet, »9 Jane 95 ; Lt. '14 Nov. 26 ; Capt »i2 June 30; Bt.Ucuor 
P»T.;p»y.| « Kov. 46 ; Major, 'ai May 50 ; Li.Colonel, ?i6 Sept. 51 ; Colonel, a8 Nov. 54 ; Major General, a April 6s 2 
•v,-— J ^ f /: T\^ — . General, 1 Oct. 77 ; Colonel 6th Dragoon Goards, 15 May 73. » »- j» 

1 Fryer, Cornet, 'g Mar. 60; X*. »i8 Feb. 6a ; Cap*. P5 April 64 ; Jtfo/or '15 Dec 

7 March 77. 

Aenatani Adjutant General, Simla; Comet, ^14 July 54; £*. i>x5 

5 Jnly 7a ; Major, ai July 77. 

bt. Comet. ^li^ Jnly 64 ; Zf. >ia Sept. 65 ; Capt. >2o Jnne 68; lfo;\ 



, 6q: Xtoii«Mm< Colonel, 17 March 77. 
'Bucts.— James Goldie,* Aetietani ' 

»8i Feb. 60; Bt.Mefjor, 5 J ' 
>Char]eB Frederick Marriott. 



Jan. 56; Copt, 
Major, 5 Oct. 78. 



I CJlPTAXVS. 

• Henr^ Blackbome Hamilton..'. 

■ HardmBamley 

• iHngfaC. Gaston Montgomery 

• ^Hom, James David Drommond, Adjutant ^ 
• Bm^te Taoatanrf Cavalrg } 

• WOUam Henry MacGeorffe, Atff. WeH-'t 

mer^and Teomonri/ Cavaky } 

Walter Campbell Calvert 

' Douglas Alexander Graham Conning-) 

ham Graham i 

Anbone George Fife 

Thomas Cole Porter 



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'a I July 64 

P18 April 65 

P14 Sept. 66 

8 Jan. 58 



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: Alexander 8prot 

Robert Preston Sandeman 

Thomas Richard Fra.Brabason Hallowea, *) 

' Iniervret^ j 

Alfred weston..<ltf;«teii< 17 April 76 

Percy Hogh Hamon Massy 

Harold Charles Hanbnry 

!Bat)amxnNoelHeywood-Jones 

ChariesReffinaldSydney Douglas-Hamilton 



S Sept. 77 



Ssoovn LnmvjiVTB. 



I 2KD L1B1> T. 

Bidiard Godolphin Walmeeley Long 30 Jan. 78 

Heoiy Mow^ Owen ■ 30 Jan. 78 

Frederick Henry Arthur Des Vobux ' x6 Feb. 78 

tPraods Sndlow Ganatt I i May 78 

Robert George Edward Twiss 30N0V. 78 

Montagu Cradock 6 Aug. 79 

Pemmaeier. — Edward Roberts,* a Dec. 68 ; Kon. Captain, x April 78. 

Kima Maeter.—WiMiam Busby Mayes, ai Aug. 78. 

^Wfar Jf(M«*r.— John William Tomlinson, 13 Oct. 77. ' » 

Veterimarf Air^«os.— Richard Poyser, xa Sept. 65 ; let Clou, 8 March 76. r \ 

Bine — JFaeinge White.— 4^mi/«, Messrs. Cox ft Co.^Irieh Agents, Mee^f , Cane & Sons. 
Mmharkedfor India, 30 December 1877. ^f p 



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a8 Oct. 

88 Oct. 

'28 Oct. 

»3o Oct. 
84 Feb. 

28 Feb. 
5 Oct. 

la Nov. 



73 



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6 Sept. 
x6 Aug. 

7 Aug. 
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I April 76 
XI Feb. 75 
39 Nov. 
xz Sept. 

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'-iTx^ been killed bv the first shot fired by the enemy), and captured a gun; cC^ ^\nded a Brigade of Cavalry at 
"^ captan of BattHlly (C£.) ; commanded the Left Column with Lord Clyde's fc in the attack on Benhi Madho'a 
' *9 At Dunderkera ; oommanded the Cavalry with Lord Clyde's force in the ^Srans-Gk>gra campaign, including 
<^n at Msipedia, Chundal, and Bankee, also pursuit of the rebels to the Raptoe (Medal). 

' Mijor Gotdie served with the 9th Lancers throughout Uie suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-59, includ- 
-.' the tasttle of Bndlekeserai, siege operations assault and capture of Delhi, actions of Bolnndshuhur and Ally- 
TJir. tattle of Agra, aflkur of Kanouge, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, action at 
$<^2bst, setion at Bhnwiahabad (in comnumd of a Squadron), siege and capture of Lucknow, the summer oam- 
XMo. IS Oode and Rohilcand and actions of Rhodamow and Allyghur, capt^ of Bareilly, action at Shahjehanpore 
- - - - • - ^ . . t' - . '^"-^^ (Medal with Clasps). 

■inian campaign, and was dan- 

. ._ „ , „ _ e commanded two Companies of 

.ai jUtag^h Own, beinj; the Baggage Guard (mentioned in despatches, T '^wC 




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" Vtttigia nulla retrormu.'*—** akhi^UASCk" "ViCTOBii." "TouLOUBB** "Pbitisbula' 
" Balaxlati. " " Sbtastopol." 
Ooloiial.— Richard Parker, Comeif^n Auj 
Major 4' Lt.Colonel, gVoy, 
34 Aug. 61; Lintt. Qeturalf 
LieuteaaBt Colonel.— William 

MajWt '28 Oct. 71 ; Lieutenant Colonel^ 31 Jan! 77. 
MnjoT.— James Dyaon Bourne, Cornet, ^21 Dec. 60 ; Xiguf. P7 Nov. 62 ; Cap<. >3 Ang. 66 ; Major, 17 Mar. 77 



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William Robinson Truman, Adjutant \ p j. .^^„ aJv a-r^i> 

Warwiek$kire Yeomanry CavlUry j ,^ » ^"^S- ^^ « ^®0' 

Robert Wilson Kearsley, Adjutant Berke ) L,^ „^^ ^ 

Yeomanry Cavalry .....!..... ; ,»'i7 Not. 69 

John Oswfud Lmnbert 

Frederic Melkington Kenyon-Stow, Adj, 7 p , to*. <c^ 

M^dileeex Yeomanry CavaUy ji ^^^' ^^ 

Frederick Augustus Cracroit-Amcotts 

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Fred. Wilson Hemming 

Robert Stevenson, Adjutant Lanarkehire ) 

Yeomanry Cavalry } 

Walter Hyde Atherton 

Charles Edward Warde 



'as Apr. 68 
I Mar. 64 



LlBUTBlTAirTB. 

Richard Charles Bernard Lawrence ... 
Andrew Baldrey, A^uUint 13 June 76 

John Francis Green 

George Henry Maddisou 

Edward Hegan , 

William James Mackeson , 



Hon. Kenelm Digb^ 8t Lawrence . 
Stephen John Hatfield Harter .... 
Sheldon William Keith Cradock 



Sbcohd Libuxxitavtb. 

Henry James Lermitte 

Charles Conrad Shaw 

St. John Corbet Gore . 



' 3 Jan. 69 



10 Nov. 
8 Dec. 
4 Dec. 



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28 Oct. 
30 Dec. 
38 Oct. 



65 24 July 72 

17 Mar. 77 

23 Sept. 77 
2 Feb. 78 



84 Feb. 72, 9 Aug. 78 

13 Apr. 72 31 Aug. 78 

38 Oct. 71 1 31 Oct. 78 

18 Dec. 67 P30 June 69 



3 Dec. 74 
38 Oct. 72 



13 Feb. 76 



31 May 

26 Aug. 70 

6 Oct. 76 

XI Sept. 76 

xo Sept. 77; 

31 Aug. 78 

X Nov. 78 

37 Aug. 79 



27 Aug. 70 
37 Sept. 79 



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4 Dec. 78 
4 Deo. 78 

33 Jan. 79 

Bernard Hamilton Gunston ' 11 Oct. 79 

Faymaeter.—f.B.c. Dudley Beanmont,o i Apr. 78 ; Ene. 8 July 56 ; Li, 4 May 59 ; Capt. 1 Apr. 70. 

Siding Maeter.—Bdbert GifTord, 3 April 78. 

Quarter Ifuttfr.— William Denis Lemmon, 3 June 64. 

Veterinary Suryeon.—^d^rin Thomas Cheesman, 30 Nov. 67 ; i$t Claee, so Nov. 79. 

Scarlet— Jlact»^« Green.— .iy^nte, Messrs. Cox and Co.— JruA Agente, Sir E. Borough, Bi, and Co. 
Betumedfrom the Crimea, 28 May 1856. 

> Lt.Colonel Marsland served with the ist Dragoon Guards in the campaign of i860 in China, and was engaged at 
Sinho, present at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of the i8th and 21st September, also in the 
advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

* Captain Beaumont served as Aide de Camp to General Turner during the operations in Bhootan in 1865-66 
(MedSfwith Clasp). 



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** SByXSTOPOL " "DlLHI." 



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Te OT'Stt ' 

FbS HAlfjGelMieL—HenrT Richmond Jonee,* CB. Comet, '9 June 25 ; Lt. '14 Nov. a6 ; Capi. P12 .Tune 30 • BtMajor 
^>_;?^l 9 Nov. 46 ; Major, »ai May 50 ; Lt.Colonel, '16 Sept. 51 ; Colonel, aS Nov. 54 ; Major General, a April 65 : 
t Ueiit,Qeneral, 6 Dec. 73 ; General, x Oct. 77 ; Colonel 6th Draffoon Ooards, 15 May 73. 
Ilieatonaat Golenel.— John Fryer, Cornet, '9 Mar. 60; Lt. >i8 Feb. 6a ; Cop*. »5 April 64 ; Jfa/or »i< Dec 
I 69; XimteMiieCotoiMZ. x7Maroh77. y . 5 «.. 



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■ijort.— James Gk)ldie,* Aeeietant Adiutani General, Simla; Comet, '14 July 54 
I *ax Feb. 60; Bt. Major, 5 July 72 ; Major,-!! July 77. 
'Charl es Frederi c k Marri ot t. Cornet,^ jt^ July 64 ; Lt. P12 Sept. 65 ; Cop t . >2o June 68 



X*. »i5 Jan. 56; Capi. 
Major, 5 Oct. 78. 



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CiiPTAIirB. 

'Henrv Blackbnme Hamilton..'. 

Hardm Burnley 

iHughC. Gaston Montgomery 

|Hm. Jamas David Dmmmond. Adjutant ) 

I Bueia Teomanrp Oualrg } 

WiUiam Henry MacGeorae, A4f. WeH-'i 

moreland Teowtaney Cawbrjf } 

IWalter Campbell Calvert 

I Douglas Alexander Graham Cunning-) 

I ham Graham i 

Aubane George Fife 

Thomas Cole Porter 



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'ai July 64 
'18 April 65 
'14 Sept. 66 

8 Jan. 58 



LisunvAVTS. 

Alexander Sprot 

Bobert Preston Sandeman 

I Thomas Richard Fra.Brabason Hallowes, *) 

I IntervrHer j 

Alfred Weston. AdjnimU 17 April 76 

Percy Hu^h Hamon Massy 

•Harold Charles Hanbury 

.Boijamin Noel Heywood- Jones 

< ChariesBecruuadSydney Douglas-HamUton 



PisMay 66P24Mar. 69 
'25 Sept. 67 »i5 Dec. 69 
"•aa Feb. 68 P 6 Julv 10 



Pi3 July 
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Pao Feb. 
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5 Sept. 77 



I Sscon LnrTSVJiVTB. ■ awn likp t. 

iBiehaid Godolphin Walmesley Long 30 Jan. 78 

Henry Mostyn Owen I 30 Jan. 78 

.Frederick Henry Arthur Des Vgbux I z6 Feb. 78 

Francis Sndlow Gairatt I i May 78 

Bobert George Edward Twiss 30N0V. 78 

Montagu Cradock 6 Aug. 79 



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5 Oct. 



X3 July 
6 Sept. 
16 Aug. 



20 April 77 



jPsMMuftfr.— Edward Boberts,* a Dec. 68 ; Hon. Captain, x April 78. 
Bidina Matter. —Vf mam Busby Mayes, ax Aug. 78. 
' Quarter Jfcu<«r.— John William Tomlinson, 13 Oct. 77. 



V'eterimar^ ^r^cos.— Richard Peyser, 12 Sept. 65; zet Clou, 8 March 76. f \ 

Bins— Fiaein^M White.— Affent$, Messrs. Cox & Co.— JrM Agente, Mee^f 1 Cane & Sons. 
Embarked for India, 30 December 1877. of p 

> General Bichmond Jones commanded the Carabineers in the Crimea from 1/ ^^ug. 1855, including the battle 
*€ tbeTehemaya. siege and fa\\ of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of . Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Serred inttie Indian campaign ; c .mmandea Greneral Penny's Column in the tM||. l^f the Kirkrowlie (that officer 
Urini^been killed by the first shot flred by the enemy), and captured a gun; c(^ ^>nded a Brigade of Cavalry at 
•be espcure of Bareilly {CB.) ; commanded the Left Column with Lord Clyde's fc la the attcusk on Benhi Madno's 
f^rce&tDunderkera: commanded the Cavalry with Lord Clyde's force in the JjStfans-Gogra campaign, including 
^Siin St Magedja, Chundal. and Bankee, also pursuit of the rebels to the Raptoe (Medal). 

*MiyOT Goldie served with the 9th Lancers throughout the suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-59, includ- 
•jif ihe battle of Bndlekeserai, siege operations assault and capture of Delhi, actions of Bolnndshuhur and Ally. 
7har. battle of Agra, aflhir of Kanouge, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, action at 
Senighat, action at Shnmshabad (in command of a Squadron), siege and ^pture of Lucknow, the summer cam- 
psi^ in Oude and Rohilcund and actions of Rhodamow and Allyghur, capdp^ of Bareilly, action at Sha}\jehanpore 
tsA pmoit to Mabomdee, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad and affair at KT s9•^ (Medal with Clasps) . 

* Caotaia Roberts served as a Captain in the 4th Regiment throughout j^^^t^ yBinian campaign, and was dan- 
svTooaiyiioanded— gunshot wound of left elbow-joint--at Arogee, in whict - 'he commanded two Comixanles of 
(te 4tii King's Own, being the Baggage Guard (mentioned in despatches, F '^^/ 



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7th (TJie Princess EoyaVs) Dragoon Guards. [ Aiderdiot, 

Ck>lonel.— Robert Wardlaw,^ CB. Cornet, 's Jane 35; Lieut. ^28 July 40; Captain, '14 Oct. 4a; Major 
'4 Feb. 53? Bt.Lt, Colonel, 12 Dec. 54; Lt.Colonel, 'lo Mar. 57; Colonel, xa Dec. 57; Major General* 
6 Miir. ftS ; £f rff'r«ai»< General, 1 Oct. 77 ; Colonel 7th Dragoon Gnards, 7 Jan. 74. * 

Linutisii&fit CdloneL— Edward Harnett,* Comet, ^2 June 48 ; Lt. 14 Oct. 51 j Capt. 5 Mar. 58 ; Major, 20 July 
66s Brff^tf. Lt.Culonel, 17 Nov. 75 ; Lt.Colonel, 17 May 76. 

tojar*— p.f.tf. Talin Oampbell, Comet, 14 June 55 ; X<. Pi6 Oct. 55; Capt. '29 June 66; £r*t7tf< lfq;or, 11 
/una 7^; Major. 1 3 Sept. 79. 



Ca.pt JLIF8. 

John Fryer Chapman, Adjutant 0*-"> 
fordthire Yeomanry Cavalrg } 

Aifnd Bibhy 

Evan Aubrey Thomas 

Walter Creagh, Adj. Deniiffhehire Too- \ 
WMury Caotdry ) 

Cecil Leyoeeter Becher 

William Woods Weston 

Charles Edward Beckett 

William Edward Morrison Rough 

Charles Lucius Brooke 

WlUiam Moses 

LxsnTBiri.irT8. 

Montague Campbell Day 

Michael Arthur Burke 

Uliok George'Campbell de Burgh, Adju- > 
tani 29 July 79 S 

John Scott 

Digby de la Motte Du Boulay 

Frederick Charles Palmer 

James Henry Aspinwall 

Philip Montagu 



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»28 July 

4 Oct. 

»i4 Sept. 
» 3 Feb. 
»i7 April 
33 Sept. 



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Frederick James Murphy. 



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'18 Oct. 64 

18 Jan. 69 
'aa June 67 

'aS Oct. 68 

P17 April 69 
Paa Mar. 72 
'aa April 71 
a8 Oct. 71 
30 Dec. 71 
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la Nov. 75 

IX Sept. 76 

11 Oct. 76 
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33 Jan. 78 
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Lieut. General Wardlaw served 
with the ist Dragoons in the Crimean 
campaign from 6th Oct. 1854, in- 
cluding the battles of Bidaklava, In- 
kerman, and Tohemaya (oonunanded 
the Regiment), siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
Medal with three Clasps, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, sth Class of 
the Medijidie, and Turkish Medal). 



^_^ 93 July 

Duncan Vernon Pirie I 7 Jnne 

Arthur WHliam Mordaunt Richards 6 Aug. 

Claudius Shirley Harris I xi Oct. _ 

Pav«MM<«r.— William Francis Wheble, 18 May 60 ; Ronorarjf Major, 18 May 75. 

Hidina Matter. — Nelson Banyard, 6 Jan. 75. 

^tarter Maeter.-~B.exay Lewis,* a8 Oct. 68. 

Veterinarjf 8uryeon.—ChaT\6B G^rge Hetherington Reilly, 15 Feb. 61 ; itt Clatt, 2 Aug. 71. . 

Scarlet— .7Vi«»ji^t B}»xlk.^AaenU, Messrs. Cox and Co.—Iriek Agente, Sir B. Borough, Bart, and Co. 
!keturned/rom India, 33 Nov. 1867. 

* Lt.Colo^il^^aal^3B|il^Md with the nth Hussars in the Crimea from 14th July 1855, including the battle of 
Tohemaya, siege «a/ft]l of m>astopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

' Quarter Master Luiiianmeft with the 7th Dragoon Guards throughout the Kaffir war of 1846-47, and woa present 
in many of the engagements tb^^iook place (Medal). 

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^^ 1^ GekiwL*-Charles Philip Ainalie, vnd Lt. lo April 25; LU '38 Jan. 26; Capt. **i6 Mar. 30: Mmot, **x4 Oct. 42 ; 
I LLColoiult P22 Oct. 47 ; Ci>ioiwi, 28 Nov. 54 ; Uajor General, 7 July 62 ; iietti. Qeneral, 25 Oct. 71 ; Cfenm^, 

I X Oct. 77 : Cfe&m«i iBt Dragoons, 8 Mar. 69. ^. .„„^,yv.-™^« 

Xieotnant Oolonel.— John Gordon Graham, Cornet, 19 June 55; iMut ^15 Feb. 56; Capt, '19 Feb. 58; 

Mnor, 27 Mar. 72 : X<.Cotoii«l, xo April 76. ^ , , 

l^'or.— Bdmund Baoon Button, Come/, '30 Mar. 60; Lt. '•23 Sept. 62; Cliip*. »8 May 67,- Major, 
10 April 76. 



Captxivb. 

Charles Falkiner Morton ;• 

Han Maclean, Aids de Camp to Sir > 
Tkomae Steele > 

John Archibald Middleton, Adjutant 1 ] 
F^eMre Light Soree Volunteere S 

John Baillie Ballantyne'Dickson 

Charles Richard Tennant 

Beigamin Ingham Tidswell 

Henry Tomkinson 

Gerard Vivian Ames 

William Wella* 



LxsirravAHTB. 

William Henry McLaren 

James Barnard Nichols 

Jamee Tbwers-Glark 

Francis William Bhodes 

Soraoe Amyatt Amyatt-Bumey* 

Arthur William Mostyn Owen 

William FiUGerald O'Bhanghnesvy , 
Francis Rottledge 



Sioovn JjovrmxAxn, 

Henry Bobert Mansel Porter 

Oedl Digby Howard Fetherstonhaugh 

John Fmnoia Bum-Muzdooh 

Frederick William Shaw 



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26 June 72 

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27 June 74 

2 Dec. 74 
23 April 75 
13 June 75 

6 Sept. 76 
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a Dec. 74 



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' 8 June 70 

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27 Sept 
'8 July 
30 Oct. . 
13 Sept. 79 



Captain Wells served in the xst 
Dragoons throughout the Bastem 
campaign of 1854-55. including the 
battles of Balaklava (horse severely 
wounded, and captured a Russian 
cavalry horse on the field), Inker- 
man, and Tohemaya, night attack on 
Russian outposts on i9tA February 
1855, siege and ftll of Sebastopol 
(Medal with three Clasps^andTarldsh 
Medal). 



Pflymuter*.— Ob< WiUans, 5 April 56; Son. Major, 5 April 71. 

Duncan Chisholm Oliver Spiller/ z Apr. 78 ; Bne. ^ 14 Aug. 60 ; Lt,^ 2 Feb. 64; Ompt.* zo Nov. 69. 
.Siiteff-JTM^fr.— James Collins,* 9 Aug. tx. 
QwHW Jfa«<0r .—George Clements,* 23 Mar. 70. 
... Veterinarjf Surgeon.^ 

Scarier— Ptfeis^f Blue.— J,^M<f , Meesrs. Cox and Co.— TriA Agente, Sir B. Borough, St. and Go. 
Setnmedfrom the Crimea, 27 Jfoy Z856. 

* lient Amyatt-Bomey served wifh the Swing's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of Z879, a&d took part in the 
optan ofEbg Oetjwajo. 

* Osptatn SpiBer commanded a Company of the 65th Regiment during the war of Z863-65 in New Zealand, and 
n«prc ia e u t at Aw attack on the working par^ at Williamson's Clearing, relief of Pokttio Piquet (mentioned in 
dnitehes). stormiiig and capture of Put at Rangianhia, actions at Bangiani and Huirini, and attack and capture 
of Pihtt Orakaa (lOdal). 

* BUing Master Collins served in the 8th Hussars in the Indian campaigns of z858-59,aad was present at tlie 
GqAne of Koiah, reoaptOM of Chundaree, battle of Kotah-ke*8erai, capture of Gwalior, ciq[>ture of Powrie, 
utioss of Sindwahoo, Koorwye, and Koondrye (Medal with Clasp). 

'Qoarter Master Clements served the Bastem campaign of 1854-55 with the xst Royal Dragoons, including the 
Ivtilfs of Alma, BalaJdayik, and Inkennan, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Claspa, and Torkiab Medal). 



B 3 



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2nd Dragoons {Royal Scots Qreys). 



r DiudAlk. 

' Second to None." 



The Thistle within the Otrcle and Motto of St. Andrew. An Baffle. 

"WjlTBBLOO" "BALJlKtATJl** " S«TX8«OPOL." 

—Sir John Bloomfiold Gongh.^ QCB. Bn$ign, 34 Feb. 20; Lt »i Oct. 25 ; Capt. 'i Aug. 26; Bt.Maior, 

a611^ 41; Bt.Lt.Colonelt 33 Deo. 42; CbtoiMi, 3 Auk. 50; Mc^orQeneralf ^oJ9iD..$si Lieui.Gtntral, 9 Not. 

esTfi^MMraJ, 35 Oct. 71 ; ColofM^ snd Dragoons, 31 Jan. 64. 
Lieateaant Colonel.— Andrew Nugent," Comet, '17 Dec. 52; ^- '«4 Not. 54; Capt.^8 Feb. 56; Mqfor, 31 

Mar. 66; Lt.Colonel.^s Feb. 69 ; Colonel, 3 Feb. 74. 
1Ui9r,—p.$.e, John Wallace Hosier, Oom^, '17 Dec. 58 ; i«. '17 Nor. 63 ; Cop*. '30 June 69 j JTq/or, 

31 Jan. 78. 



GjiprAiirs. 



COBKXT OB 
: 3VD LIXUT. 



Francis James Agnew Wallace '38 April 63 

Patrick Sanderson, -4(f;irfa«<JKa*eio<*»afi"> p,.xr«^ #:, 

Teomamfy C<walri..... j »'i7Not. 63 

Francis Glennie Farquhar '14 June 64 

Edward George Moore DonnithomeS(X<. ^ 



B. ArHlUrji, x8 Dec.^x), Adjwtant HmrU \ 9 8 Sept. 65 

Ttomaiuy CavaUry J 1 

James Charles Maberlv 1*25 Sept. 67 

Alft^dCholmeley Barfe Welby Pi6 Ootv. 67 



BBXY.IO^. 



P30 Mar. 
Pi6 Oct. 
»25 Sept 

3 Feb. 

'33 June 
^ 7 Dec. 



Hon. Walter Philip Alexander ' 3 Feb. 691'xo May 

John Francis Upton Gaskell | 38 Oct. 



71 
'33 June 70 



Montague George Johnstone ., 

Francis Maitland Philips 

L1XUTBVA.VTS. 

William Christopher James 

Charles FiUGeraldWatldns 

John Lewis Yaughan Henrr 

John Arthur WellesleT O'Neill Torrens 

William Henry Hippisley,' A^. 34 Nov. 77.., 

William Nicholas Leader ' 

Edwin Bolton I 

Cecil Algernon Brooke Tumor 5 Sept. 

Bichard Wolfe ' 30 Jan. 



^ 



SxOOHn LXBTTTBHAjraS. 



3Hn LIXVT. 



38 Oct. 
^ 3 Aug. 
34 Feb. 

38 Feb. 
6 Mar. 
33 Apr. 

3oN0T. 

33 May 
z3 May 

II Nov. 



PioMay 
»3iMay 
» 3 Aug. 

34 Feb. 



7»1 

i 

72 



34 June 76 
I April 761 

34 Nov. 77 
5 Sept 

3X Jan. 

38 June 



791 



17 May 79 
28 June 79 



William Crawford Middleton ' X3 Mar. 78 

James Campbell Hamilton { ix May 78 

Fitzroy Charles Fletcher 37 Aug. 79 

Henry Jenner Soobell 13 Aug. 79 

PaymiM<0r.— James Clarke Ross, i Mar. 64 ; Hon. Major, x Mar. 79. 

Bidina Jfat^fr.— Charles Walter Neal, 6 Nov. 67. 

Quarter Maeter.— John Liddle,* 37 Sept 71. 

Veterinary Surgoon.— Andrew Galbraith Ross, x6 May 63 ; let Cla»$, 8 June 73. 

Scarlet— JViciM^* Blue.— 4^mf«, Messrs. Cox and Co.— JrM Agente, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 



Beinmedfrom tkt Crimea, 4 Julf 1856. 

^ Sir John Gongh served during the war in China of 1840-43 as Deputy Quarter Master General and head of the 
department ; was present at almost every engagement during the expedition, and received the brevet rank of Major 
and Lt Colonel, together with the Companionship of the Ba^ (Medal). Served in the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44 
as Military Secretary to the Commander in Chief in India, and was present at the battle of Maharajpore (Bronse 
Start. Amx)inted a Brigadier in the Army of the Sutlej 1845-46: commanded the 3nd Brigade of Cavalry at the 
Imttiesof MoodkeeandFerozeshah, and officiated as Quarter Master General of H.M.'s Forces in India at the 
battle of Sobraon, where he was severely wounded (Medal and two Clasps). Served the Puniaub campaign of 
1848-49 as Quarter Master General of H.M.'s Forces in India, and was present at the battles of ChillianwaUah and 
Ctoojerat (Medal with two Clasps), appointed Aide de Camp to the Queen with Brevet rank of Colonel. 

* Colonel Nugent served in the Bastem campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the battles of Bala- 
klsva, Inkerman, and Tchemaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

» Captain Donnithome served tlirougb the New Zealand war of x864-^5 as a Lieutenant in the Royal Artillery, and 



« presoit in the campaign on the Waikato river, expedition to Tanranga, action of the Gate Pah, campaign in 
J WanganT • •• ■ ^ " ' " " "'^* -- - ^. « , .. ^. ~. ,— ,« 

1 Lieut H.^^ 

Marter, inclu^mg tSie cavalry aiTair at Ennngayan. 



Uie wanganui district, and with the expeditions of the Movable Column on the River Fatea (Medal). 
7 Lieut Hippisley served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 ^ ^^ squadron under Mi^or 



• Quarter Master Liddle served throughout the Eastern campaign of X854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the 
aflkir of M'Eensie's Farm, battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchemaya, night attack on outposts on X7th Feb., 
wAm and fhll of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Turkish Medal, and Medal for distinguished conduot in the 



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4$ 



Tfw'Ber. 



FaUHalf 



The WlLice Horse within the Garter. ** Nee a$peraterreni." "SALi.Mi.KCi." "Vittobia" 
•* TouiorBH '* "Pbwihbuli." "Cabooi., 1842" "Mooskbb'* *' Fbbozbshah " 

"SOBBAOV" ''PuKJAUB" *' ChILLIAVWALLAH " "GOOJBBAT.'* 

OeloneL— Air George Hemy Lockwood,i JTCB. ConM<, 1*10 Mar. 35 ; Lt. >*xo Aug. a6; Coo^. '7 Sept. 33; MM&n 
6 Mar. 39; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 33 Dec. 42; Lt.Colonel, 9 Nov. 46; CbtoNtf^, a Aug. 50; Jtf^'or Qenend, 38 if<rF« 
54; ZMi»<.^«i»«ra/, 3 Sept. 63 s General, 3a Oct. to; Colonel 3rd Hnsaars, z Jan. 73. 

UeataBaat Golonel.-4».«.c. Richard Blnndell-HollinBhead-BlnndeU, Comet, ^7 Mar. 56; Lt, ^tgYtlb. 58; 
Copt. '4 Mar. m : Motor, 'aS Oct. 68; Lt.Colonel, 4 Nov. 74 ; Colonel, 4 Nov. 79. 

■aier.— Arthur Hare Vinoent, Comet, 39 Deo. 57 ; X<. '9 April 61 ; Capt. '14 Aug. 67 ; Mqfor, 'a8 June 71 ; 
Jrww^ JAenUnant Colonel, i Oct. 77. 



SlOOra LnUTBITASTB. 

Jamea Selby Bohaon Scott 

Bt. Glair Oswald 

Arthur Bfugfaam Crabbe 

Herbert Bethune Patton 



Captaibb. 

Charles Stephen Walker 

George Vernon Cohnan Napier , 

John Pnrefoy Ellis Jerroise 

Benjamin Louis Gilson 

Bobert George Dickson , 

George Edmund Rogers 

Ghartoa William Hawker Helyar 

Lzbvtbvavts. 

Thomas Hopwood Peokham 

Bobert Elton Grey 

Samuel Job Lea 

Robert Gustavus Alexander 

Arthur James Ramsay Van GortUmdt 

George Charles Fuller 

Har ry Goortenay Jackson 

WmiamGeorgeMatthews (Biding Ua9ter\ 

S3 July 67), Adjutant la June 77 } 

Reginald Charles Freeman 

Charles James Robarts 



'10 May 61 
^33 Sept. 63 
'16 Nov. 66 
» 7 Aug. 67 
'37 Nov. 66 
»3oMay 69 
> 3 Feb. 64 



»86Feb. 641'aaJune 67 
' 9 Aug. 64 '17 Nov. 69 
' 3 June 68 'si June 71 
'aSOct. 63 4 Nov. 74 
»a9Msy 69 8 Mar. 76 
»ax June 71 f 27 Oct. 78 
» X Dec. 65 '31 Oct 



'17 Nov. 
38 Oct. 



aSOct 7Z 



ax April 77 
X4 Sept. 78 
XX May 78 
33 Jan. 79 



PmmaeUr. 



LIBPT. I CAPTAiy. 



38 Oct. 7s 

38O0L 7X 

6 Mar. 73 

36 Mar. 73 

38 Oct. 7z 

3 Nov. 73 

xoOot. 74 

33 Jan. 75 

aS Feb. 74 

xaFeb. 73 



BBBv.MAj. Bf.ur.ooa. 



JfMtOT-.— William John Rant, 38 April 75. 
OmWm- Jra«eM-.— George Mathews, 36 June 67. 
Veterimaey Surgeon.— John Baldock, X5 Feb. 56 ; let Claae, 3x Aug. 67. 

"Blne^Faeinoe ^cstxlet.—Aoeni9, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Triah Agenit, Sir E. Borough, Bi. and Co. 
JBmharkedfor the Baet Indiee, X5 JVbo. x868. 

* Sir George Henry Lockwood commanded the trd Light Dragoons throughout the campaign of 1843 in AfBrhaa- 
iitsa under General Pollock (Medal, and CB.), and was present at forcing the Khyber Pass, storming the heists of 
JogduUnck, aotion of Tezeen, and Hnftkotal. occupation of Cabool, siege and capture of Istaliif. He served also 
in tke Pni^jaab eftmpaign of 1848-49, and commanded a Brigade at the battle of Goojerat (Medal with one Clasp). 



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Tear»'8er. 



FnUIHAlf 
Pay. Pay. 



4tll {:The Queen^s (hm) fiOBSard. 

Taiatiea" "AiBmatBEx" "Salamaitcx" "Vittobu." "Toulousb" " PBirnreirLx" "AppGHunsTAjr" 

••GHurwBB*' "Alma" "Baulxla-ta." "Ivkbbmav" *'Sbvabtopol." 

Oolonel.— Xor<2 George Augustus Frederick Paget,^ ZCB. Comet 4r Sub Zt '25 July 34; £t. 'x Beo. 37 : 

Ca«f. '17 Aug. 41 ; Mqjor, 1*30 Jan. 46; Lt Colonel, '39 Dec. 46; CoUmel, ao June 54; Mtyor General, 

XI r7oy. 61 ; Lieut. General, 38 Feb. 71 ; Oeneral, i Oct. 77 ; Colonel 4tli Hufisars, 7 Jan. 74. 

Lieatenant OdoneL— Alexander George Montgomery Hoore, Comet, ^13 Dec. 50; Li. '6 July 52; Oip^. 

'p May 56; Mtyor, 24 Sept. 67; Zt. Colonel, '23 Dec. 68; Colonel, 23 Dec. 73. 
■lyjor.— Francia Barker Montague, Gbmef, a6 Feb. 56; Lt. 13 Apr. 58; CaptaUi, 14 Bept. 67; JCq/or, 
13 Sept. 79. 



«4 



Garaixb. 

George FhlllpB ., 

William Milee Nairn Kington, A3^Mltant\ 

Qloueeeterekire Teomamry Cwalry S 

FrandB Arthur Hutchins 

Neil Bezigamin Edmonatone 

Henry Fane Grant 

Walter Chrystie Underwood 

CharleaBdwardPennefather 

William Alexander Baznaay , 



6 April 55 

96 Feb. 58 

'35 May 60 

* 5 June 66 

P23Dec. 68 

'x4 July 69 

»x4July 69 

» x Sept. 69 



LlBFIBH-Aim. 

FranoiB Campbell Pearson , 

Cecil Wybum Peters 

John Farmer, A^uiant 93 June 75 . 

Spencer Walpole Follett 

Bdwin WlDiam Bxham 

Charles Lancelot Skinner 

Frederick Heniy Bladcer , 

Daniel Louis De la Cheroia , 



BioovD LiBunvAns. 
William Pierrepont Wilson-Todd.. 

Edward Aaheton Critohley 

lyan Owden Bichaidson 

Ranald Kincaid-Smith 



1*39 May 

P 8 Feb. 

»3iMar. 
'3AprU 
' 8 Dec. 
' 9 Aug. 
»X7 Aug. 
'x4 Jan. 



3Vn LIBUT, 

3x Oct. 77 

39 Jan. 79 

6 Aug. 79 

ByAuff. 79 



Ci-PTAUr. 

!• 7 Nov. 62 

'19 April 64 

63 P I Feb. 68 
69 , ax July 
69 TO Jan. 

7 Mar. 

6 Aug. 
X3 Sept. 



BBBT.MAJ. \ BT.LT.CO I.. 

x6D8C. 7^\ 
I Oct. 77 



2 Dec. 74 
XX Feb. 75 
33 June 75 
9oNov. 75 
19 Feb. 76 

5 June 76 

38 Oct 76 

39 Not. 76 



pMTBMMter.— Hennr Askew Cherry, zo March 79 ; Sn$, '30 Dec. 64 ; Li, 93 June 69 ; Cegfi. 9 Aug. 76. 
»liyJf«««-.-%rii Ernest mflitt: 30 Sept. 74. 
QmaHer JfaitM*.— WlBiam Leetch, 38 Mar. 74. 
VeUrwarjf AiiyMa.^Ilei Matthews, 34 ^^h 73* 

Bloe.— J^wnet, Messrs. Coz and Go.^Jriti AgefiU, SUr B. Borough, Bi, aad Co. 
Setumed from the Crimea^ 38 Ma^ 1856.— A»6orJbMi/or India, 15 Oct, xZ&r, 



I Lord 6eozg« Paget served in the Eastern oampai^ of 1854-55; commanded the 4th light Dragtxms at the 
"battle of Alma, and in the Light Cavalry charge of Balsklava. Commanded the Light Cava^ Brigade at the 
liattles of Inkerman and Tchemaya, and on the expedition to Eupatoria and operations thence with General 
D'Allonville. Conunanded for a time the Cavalij Diyision in X855 (Medal with four Clasps, Officer of Uie Legion 
of Honor, BardJaian and Turkish MediJs, and 3rd Class of the Me^jidie) . 



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^^^^ The Harp and Grown. " q»i» SeparaHtr* 

Oolaid.— Henfv Darby-Griffitli,* CB. Bn$ign, '25 Nov. 28; X*. '25 Nor. 31; CapU »i Aug. yj',Uajor, 

»6 Nov 46 ; Lt.Colonel, '27 Aug. 52: Colonel, 28 Nov. S4 ; ^ajor Gentral, 31 Mar. 66; LtmUnant Geu^ral, 

x4Aprn74; e#j«»raZ;iOct.77; OoZcmeis^jAncerB, I Jan. 72. o /^ ^ » nr ^ >r • - 

lieutMMt Ooi«n«L--Wmiam Lloyd Browae, Biuign, '15 Nov. 55; ^*' » ^aj 58; Capt. 'n Mar. 62; Jfiyor, 

12 Oct. 68 ; :Brev€t Lieutenant CoUmel, i Oct. 77 l/^*i^^«^'» '^l *^^- 79- _ ^ „, »r • w-.^ 
■iVJar.— Boyle Vandeleur, Om-m^, 20 Sept. 58} LU '16 Nov. 60; C<kpt, '23 Jan. 63; BtJiqfor, 7 May 77; 

Major, IS Mar. 79. . 



FaUHsIf 



:8 ,<»/„ 



I 10 

J 7 



GuTiilirB. 



COKVBT ox 
iJalTD LIBUX. 



Comwallis Heniy Chichester* j'i8 Feh. 

s.«.e. Ludoviok >Conteflore Carmichael, *> p.^w/x^- 



LZBUT. 



j?.*.c. liUdoviok Jiontenore uarmicnaei, 'p.- jj^y 

1>.A,QJ£. €hn. InUUigence Branch -.• i , ^ _ ^ ^ p *««i a. 

Joeeph^ncerBenyon !«3 Sept. 62,J 7April6s 

Richard ITelding Morriaon* '30 Mar. 58*24 Deo. 58 

Alfred BiBsel Harvey , Ad^futant t Devon j 

Toomamy Oavalrjg ) 

Bdward Groves Paley 

Bichard St. Leger Moore 

Cecil William Norton, at Si^ff College 



Augnatoa Campbell Spencer 
Thomas Fletcher {lading Maeter 6 Dec. 



73) 



LnmrBirJiirTB. 

Heniy Conrtenay Horland 

Jamea Frederick Love BuBsell 

Julian John Newton Spicer, AijiOaKt^ 

ax Jane 79 S 

George Bichard Tnfton 

Henry Bent Brocklehurst 

Arthur Gerald Chapman 

Sdward Charlea William GUbome 

Arthur FrandB Maomlllan-Scott 

Archibald Coamo Little 



SaOOVS LUVTBVARS. 

Llewellyn Heywood Jonea 

Christian Combe 

John Sinclair 

George Bdward de Yere Kennedy.. 



■ a ] ... 

! ■ 



PiSOct. 

* 2 Jan. 69 

» I Feb. 67 

' 9 April 70 

8 Feb. 70 



IX Aug. 54' 7 April 58 

*a8July 63 '29 Jan. 70 

^ 7 April 65 »24 Dec. 70 
" Pio July 63 

69 5 June 75 



64 5 Mar. 

»x9 Feb. 

r29May 

a8 Oct. 

aSOct. 

3 Feb. 



15 Aug. 77 



airn libut. 



X o Nov. 77 

5 Oct. 78 

13 Aug. 79 

II Oct. 79 



XI Feb. 
xa Feb. 



x6 Deo. 
6 Jan. 
16 Deo. 
15 Mar. 
at Mar. 



5 July 72 



I Oct. 77 



a6Mar. 

XX Feb. 
39 Nov. , . 
II Sept. 77 
39 Nov. 77 
xa Nov. 74 
ax March 79 



PoMMHiffv.— Haurice HarUand Mahon, 8 Mar. 58; SonMajor.Z Mar» 73. 

^ Qeorse John Ohas. Whitfeingtan, z Apr. 78 1 Mns, '14 Jnly 57 j Li. '33 Apr. 58 ; Capt, 10 OoL 70. 

«'^M Jf actor.— Joan Crowdy, a Nov. 66. 
^Her jraa<«r.— Douglas Shawe, 4 Feb. 71. 

^pUSg* BcarleL— -'^l^mlt, Meaan. Cox and Go.—Jna JMiUi, Sir E. Saroogfa, Bt, and Co. 
"'"' Betwmedfrom India, 2x l>ec9mbor 1874. 

i Qenerai Da<i*y-Grilflth eerved the Baatern campaign of x8s4-SS. m oonunand of the Soote Grcya. ineluding the 
dlkirof M'Kensie'aFann, battles of Balaklava (wounded in the head by a pistol-ball), Inkermao, and toherumk 
^ and IWl of Sebastopol (Aide de Camp to the Queen and Colonel, Medal with three Clasps, CB., Santinian 
^TniUAMedala and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

> Makv Chicheat^ served with the 13th Light Inliwitry in the. Crimea from 30th June 1855, including the battle 
cf iS^emSL aiejce and IWl of SebastopollMedal with Clai«), and Turkish Medal). 

nLiwMor^aon (formerly a Captain in the sxstFoot) served with the x9th Begiment in the BaSfeeni Oampaign 
up ^% October t8S4f including the battte of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Claeps, and Turkish 



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,Y«arg' St. 



Pay. 



Pajr. 



[Zdiabottb. 



6th (InniskilUiig) Dragoons. 

The Castle of Ixmiskillixig. ''Wamkloo" "Bxluclava" "Sbvabtopol." 
Colonel.— 5tr Henry DalrympleWhite.i ZCB. Ccmet, 'ii May 38 ; Lt. >8 Feb. 39 ; Capt. P17 May 44 • Jfo/or 
1*29 Dec. 48 ; Lt. Colonel, 1 June 54 ; Colonel, a8 Nov. 54 ; J£<yor General, 6 March 68; ZietUenant Qwn^ral' 
31 March 77 ; Oeneral, 27 May 79 : Colonel 6th DragoonB, x Aug. 74. * 

lieutenant Oolonel. — Edward Arthnr Gore. Comet. i*ac Ansr. c8 : Lt. '19 Jnne 6rt • rVi«< P*/« AnWi ^ . Jfaj^r 

Brevet 




Captaivb. 

William "Ward Bennitt 

Albert Proom 

Frederick William Bloomfield 

Geov^e Gilbert Joeeph Thackeray 

Richard Edward Bowley Martin 

John St. John Frederick 

William Henry Dawson, AiiiUant South ) 

NoMnakawukire Teowtanrjf Cavalry } 

Alexander Chalmers M'Kean 

Andrew Green Thompson , 



LisuTBVijrvs. 

Dnnoan Matheson 

Henry Leslie Bllis 

Bdwwrd Graham Pennefkther* 

William HenxyMott 

Patrick John Waldron 

Willonghby Harford Hurt Sitwell . 

Charles William Crosse 

Henry Cookoroft Page-Henderson . 



' 5 Aug. 59iPj7 Sept. 61 »• 8 Feb. 68 
'a8Jan. 62|Pix April 68 Pio Jan. 7a 
P28 Aug. 63 Pas Nov. 68, 3 Aug. 7a 
» 9 April 70 ' 9 Sept. 71; 93 Jan. 78; 
'31 July 67Pa9Jan. 70 8 Dec. 
'37 Apr. 70 98 Oct. 71 

'98 April 70' 98 Oct. 7x1 

98 Oct. 7x' 38 Oct. 



Sboovd Luumrisifl. 
Charles Henry Tye. Atyutani 24 May 79 

Walter Hillyar Colduhoun Long 

WilUam Hunilton Brown 

Herbert Turner 



I 3oDea 



x6 Feb. 

xMay 

xa Nov. 
xMar. 



94 Feb. 72 

I X9 June 79, 

! 93 April 73 

; 9xAug. 73 

7 Jan. 74 

99 Nov. 76 

X9 Feb. 78 

XX Bept 78 



25 May 78 

5 Oct. 78 

29 Jan. 79 

XX Oct. 79 



PaMROfitfr.— Alflned Stokes, xx June 70 1 Snt. 27 July 55 ; Lt. xa Nov. sE } Capt, 30 Aug. 68. 
Bidmg Matter.— "SiS^ Joseph Malone,* 7 Sept. 58. 
Omarter jrotter.— William Oliver, 27 Sept. 79. 
Vetervnary Surgeon. — ^Jamee Findlay, xa Nov. 70. 

Scarlet— JPocM^t YeWom.— Agent; Messrs. Cox and Co.— JritJb AgenU, Sir B. Borough, Bl,, and Co. 
Beturitedjirom India, 5 April 1867. 

1 Sir Henry Daliymple White served the Eastern campaign of x 854-55 in command of the Iimiakilling Dragoons, 
including the battles of Balaklava (mentioned in despatches), Inkerman, and Tchemaya, and siege and fiJl of 
Sebastopol {CB., Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

* LtColonel Curtis served with th« 6th Dragoon Guards in the Crimea from the aoth July X855, including the battJe 
of the Tchexnava, siege and fUl of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . Served also in the campaign 
of 1857-58 against the mutineers in India, including the actions on the Hindun of the 30th and 3i8t May, battle of 
Budleekeserai, siege and fiiU of Delhi, and subsequent operations under Brigadier Showers ; also the afRur of Ifyn- 
poorie and Kerkrowlie, capture of Bareilly,' relief of Sha^jehanpore, and subsequent affhirs at Mahundee and 
Bhahabad (Medal with Clasp). 

> Lieut. Fennefiftther served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, in the squadron under Mti^or 
3Iarter, including the cavalry affUr at Brzungayan, and subsequently in Baker Bassell's Flying Column. 

* Riding Master Malone served in the xjth Light Dragoons throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
the al&urs of Bulganak and M*Kensie*s Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), Inkerman, and Tchemaya, 
siege and Ikll of Sebastopol, and expedition to Bupatoria under General D'AUonville. At daybreak on the 94th 
September 1854, when marching on Balaklava, volunteered with three Troopers, and captured an Escort of the 
enemy's Cavalry, also the baggage which thQy were taking to Sebastopol (Victoria Cross, Medal with four 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



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7th (2%e Qwcen'* Oton) Hussars. 

The Royal Qypher within Uie Garter. " PsimrBULA" " Watbbloo " " Luckhow." 
CdanjBL-Hcnry Boxby Beii«on,» CB. Comet, Pjx Jan. 40 ; Lieut, 'xs Apr. 42 ; Ca»«. '27* June 4S ; lfti;«r. 
23 Oct. 54; iS.Cotow/, Pao Sept. 56; Colomel, 33 Seprir "--- =*- '^^ ^ ».->'•. "7.-une 45._-««V*»:. 
,1 Oct. 77 J Colonel 7th Hnasars, 31 July 79 
iMtaaaiitOolonel.— Ha " '^•* <« ~ -^ '^ 



r P. Bumeli 



Capt. i 
lurch 



.59; •tfV<»' General, 6 iCarch 68; Lieut.Qenerml, 



mant <W0nd.--HujarhD;Arcy P. Bumeli, a>«Mf,Pi4 July 54J Lt, 14 Sept. 55; Capt. P30 July 58; Major, 
Be]^63;Bt,Li.Colam€l,6Dec.73t Colonel, 6 Deo, 7^ ; LtColonel%3Jxi\y 70 ^ So-uiyjo. J^ajor, 
.-Francis Maaey Drew.* Comet, >i8 Sept. 60 ; U. >ai July 63 ; Capt. "13 July 67 ; Uojor, 23 July 79. 



Captauts. 

Arthur Peel* 

John Lombard Hunt 

Hogh M'Calmont,* Aide de Qmp to Sir [ 

Harrie Archbold Reid ".'.".".*.".'.'.'.'.'.*.'.'.*.'.".! .".! ''..'."... 

Frank Shuttleworth 

Gbariea PiUGerald Thomson, at BtafCoU.. 

Thomas Hele Phippa 

Cecil Ix>ftus Beade 

Harold Paget, Aide de Camp to the Lord\ 
Liouianamtff Ireland j 

JjavmAMn. 

Wentworth WUUam Hope Johnstone 

Mom. Alfred John Greorge Byng 

John Edward Leveson Jeryis, Lord St. ) 

Yinoent J 

Robert Boper, Adiutamt 5 Jan. 76 

William Baines Morris..:. 

Henry Matthew Ridley 

William James Gardiner Baird 

Mom, Richard Thompson lAwley 

Mom. Thomas Ashbumham 

Aldrad Frederick George Beresford, ) 

Vieeommt Lumley .7 j 

Wnioaghby Baskenrille Mynors 

SsCOira LiSUTBVAKTB. 

Charles George Welbore Ellis, Vieet. 



:] 



8 June 6x 
'x9Aug. 62 

'23 June 65 

5 July 64 

'23 June 65 

'27 July 66 

'x2June 67 

'2xMar. 6s 

'33 Jan. 69 



* x Sept 6q 
'30 Oct. 6g 
'23 Mar. 7x 
'33 Mar. 71 



3irD LIXUT. 



HSUT. I CAPTAIW. 



19 Nov. 63:P2iAug. 69 

'22 Not. 64 '22 June 70 

P27July 66 Pag May 69 

,»SNov. 68P24Dec. 70 

J 8 July 68Pa2Feb. 7« 

'23 June 70 - - T — - — 

'16 Mar. 70 



30 Nov. 78I 



1*34 Dec. 
'23 Feb. 



i>33 Mar. 
1*22 Mar. 



14 June 73 

15 Mar. 76 

33 July 79 

33 July 79 



71 
7x 

36 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 > 
13 April 73' 

74| 



XI Feb. 
IX Oct. 

XI Nov. 

XX Sept. 



13 Sept. 79 

4l>ec. 78 
; Sne. »i July 63; Li. ^4 Dec. 66; Capt. 14 Apr. 75. 



Tliomas Hone , 

PoMMCler.— Thomas Gi^mI Rose, x Apr. 78 ; 

Sidim^ Jfofter.— Jehn Boswell, 25 March 56. 

OkMrUr JfiMter.— William John Waite. xi Oct. 76. 

Vatorimar^f 5«iya(m.— Francis Walker, 3 Oct. 62 ; let Claet, 33 May 74. 

Blue.— >4^en/«, Messrs. Cox and Co.—Irieh Agente, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
MHumed ^rom India, 8 April 1870. 



^ IJeutGeneral Benson commanded the x7th Lancers in the Crimea IVom 14th Jan. 1855, including the battle 
of the Tchemaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and commanded the Squadron of the Light Brigadein the ni^ht 
attack on the Russian outposu on the x9th Feb. 1855 (Medal with Clasp. 5th Class of the Me^jidie, and Turkish 



Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59, and commanded the snd Cavalry Column, Malwa Division, 
m varions operations in Central India and in pursuit of the rebel forces xmder Tantia Topee and the Kao Safaib^ 
who were atlarkert and defeated with great loss at Zerapore on 3ath December 1858 by the and Cavalry Column 
(Cokmel, CB., and Medal). 

* Major Drew served with a wing of the 7th Hussars, comprising part of the Doaba Field Force employed 
agamst Native tribes on the North West Frontier of India, in November and December 1863, and commanded a 
•qpadron at the action of Shubkudder on the 2nd January 1864 (Medal with Clasp). 

' Captain Peel served inthexoxstFusiliersthropghoutthelndianN.W. Frontiercampaignof 1863 and was present at 
the itorming of the Conical Hill, also at the attack and capture of the Crag Piquet and Umbeyla (Medal witJi Clasp). 

* Mi^ M*Ca]mont aerved on the Red River Expedition in 1870. Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Qold. 
Coast in September 1873, ss Aide de Camp (AshanU Medal). Was appointed a military attach^ to the British 
Imhsssj at Conatantinople on the outbreak of the Russo-Turkish war hi 1877, and accompanied the Turkish 
anuea in tba field throaghout the campaign in Armenia. 



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25 



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Lt.Qeneral, i Oct. 77 ; Colonel 8th Hussars, 32 Sept 75. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— V CJolin Worthy Chaplin.* Conut, 

Jfq/or, isSept. 77; Lt.Colonel, 14 Nov. 79. 
Major.— Hubert Plunkett Burke, Comst, ^'lo July 55 ; Lt. 5 Mar. 58 

MajoTy 14 Nov. 79. 



Captxins. i_V 

William Henry Field !»*i7May 

William Smith Dunbar Abbott ** 6 Mar. 

Robert Nassau Sutton ^15 Dec. 

Cyril William Bowdler Bell, Commandant \ \ 

of School of Inttrvction for Auxiliary Y '23 Dec. 

Cavalry ut Aldenhot J 

Arthur Mark Crofton 23 Sept. 

Gerrard Auriol de Yisme ' 

Edward Eardley Luahington ' 7 Nov. 



8th (Tlie King's Royal Irish) Hussars. [^^*'5i5SS^" 

The Harp and Crown. ** Friatina virtuiia memores.** — "Lbswabbes " " Hikdoostak " " Alua " 

Capt. PaS April 37 : M<yor, ^19 Feb. 47 ; 



'Balaklava" "Ihkebmait' 



* Sevastopol ' 



Colonel.— Rodolph de Salis,^ Comet,^ij Dec. 30; Lt.^tiZ June 33; _ ,.. _ ^, . _-^_. , _, ,, , 

Brevet Lt.Colonel, 38 Nov. 54; Lt.Colonelt 2 Oct. 56; Colonel, 20 Mar. 56; Major General, 6 M&J'ch 68; 



3 April 58; Lt. 30 Nov. 60; Capt. »s April 64 ; 
Capt P5 April 64 ; Bi.2Iajor, 1 Oct. 77 ; 



61 10 July 
69 Pj 9 Fob. 
69 P21 Juno 71 



CAPTAUr. I BBBV.MAJ. 

661V 7 July 691" 

701 to Mar. 75, 

II Sept. 75 1 



BT.LT.COI.. 



68 



LlXUTXlTAirTB. 

Albemarle Alex. Rawlinson, Ac^/. 10 Nov. 77 

George Stanley Williams 

James Davidson 

Edwin James Fell 

Peter Legh Clowes 

David Edward Wood, Interpreter 

John Rupert Robert Lecky 

Bartle Grant 

William Kenyon Mitford ' 

Thornton Harte Farrer '• 

SECOITD LllUniTAHW. I aif D LIFUT. 

Edwin Christy 8 Dec. 

Frank James Carandini 23 Jan. 

Charles Rosdew Burn j i May 



Charles Edward Duff. \ 11 May 

Herbert Christian Holland xx May 

Cecil Devareux Holmes ' xx May 



25 June 69 1 28 Oct. 76 J 



28 Oct. 
24 July 
'27 Oct. 



16 Jan. 
15 Sept. 
13 Mar. 



77I 
77| 

78 



28 Feb. 74 
23 April 74' 



Dec. 
20 Nov. 
30 Nov. 
38 Feb. 
XX Mar. 
23 May , . 
XI Sept. 77I 
XX Nov. 77 1 



75: 
75 1 

76! 



Pa«flM«/«r.— Edmund Evre Coote, x Apr. 78 ; Sn*. ' 4 Jane 6x ; Lt. 30 Sept. 63 ; Capt. 7 Aug. 75. 
Biding 3fa«f«r.— Frederick Eaton, x3 May 75. 
i^rter Matter.— JsmeB Andrew Hefferon,< 34 Nov, 77. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Thomas Flintoff, 33 June 75. 



Blue.— Agent*, Messrs. Cox and Co.~ JriiA Agtntt, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Beiurtutdfrom Bengal, 2 Mag 1864. 

^ Lieut. General de Sails served with the 8th Hussars in Turkey and the Crimea from May 1854 till the peace in 1856, 
including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchemaya. the affiiirs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm. 
He commanded the Regt. during the la«t part of the war, including the battle of Tcheraaya and the toll of Sebasto- 
pol. Commanded the Cavalry at the expedition and capture of Kerteh (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the 
legion of Honor, Sardiiaan and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Ser\'ed in command of the Sth 
Hussars in Bajpootana and Central India in 1857-59, and was present at the siege and capture of Kotah, re occu^ta- 
tion of Chundaree, battle of Kotahkeserai, capture of Gwalior and of Powree, battle of Sindwaho, actions of Koorwy e, 
Koondrye, and Boordah ; commanded Brigades at Eolah, Sindwaho, and Koorwye ; commanded the troops at Boor- 
dab, and received the thanks of the Governor General of India (Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

s Major Chaplin served with the 67th Regt. in the Chinese campaign of i860, was present in the action at Sinho, 
taking of Tonghoo, and storming of the Takoo Fort where he carried the Queen's Colour after Ensign Frsser was 
wounded, crossed tiie ditch at the head of the Regt., and was severely wounded in planting the O>loiu* on the cava- 
lier at a very early period and before the Fort surrendered (Medal with Clasps, and Victoria Ooss). 

* Quarter Master Hefferon served the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55 witn the Sth Hussars, including the recon- 
naissance to Silistria, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and the Tchemaya, afl^irs of Bulganao and 
M'Kenzie's Farm, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Also een-ed iu 
the Indian Campaign of 1858-59. and was present at the capture of Kotah. re-oooupation of Chandaree, battle of 
Kota-ke-Seral, and capture of Gwalior (Medal with Clasp for Central India). Has also the Medal for Long and 
Meritorious Service. 



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SI 



The Boyal Cypher within the Garter. 

" CHX1.LIAirWALI.A.H * 



*Goojb»at" 



*PUKWIA»" "BOBBAOir" 

'DiLHx" "Lucnrow." 



•PimjAUB" 



Half Ooloael.— Sr Archihald Little,^ JTCJI Conwf, % Oct. 31; Lt. '31 Aujf. 32; Capt. »a4 Feb. 37; Jfn;or, 5 
""' iprilso; XtCotoiMf, 20 Jane54; Cote»«Z, ao Junesy; Jfiyor Gewero/, 6Ma • — -• • 

Fuly 77 ; C , . .> 

LLGoloneL-^Bobert Stewart Cleland, Cortut, ^7 July 57 ; Zt. 1*8 April 59 ; Capt. ^g Aug. 64 ; £reo«e 



April 50; ZLColoiul, 20 Jane 54; ColoH«i, ao June 57 ; Jftyor General, 6 March 68 ; Lieutenant Qtneral, 1 
July 77 ; Chanel 9th Ijanoers, 8 March 75. 



Major, X Oct. 77 ; Mty'or, 16 Feb. 78 ; Lt. Colonel, 97 June 79. 
Xj^or. — Henxy Augnstna Baahnuui, Comet, 9 Nov. 56} Lt. '30 Jane 63; Captain, 9 Mar. 72; Major, 
vf Jnne 79. 



1V» Ueniy Richard Abadie/ Brigaie Major, \ 

Candiakwr Force I 

Bom. Heneage Legge 



Herbert Wynne Apperley 

James Alex. Fra. Hmnberaton Stewart^ 

Mackenzie ) 

7C Lord Wm. LeaUe De la Poer Beres- ( 

ford,^Ml« de Coma to ikeVicerog ^ India \ 
William Heniy Fife, AdjutoMt Nortk^ 

' Yeomanry Ocnalrjf } 

John James Scott Chiaholme 

Bloomfield Goueh 

Bon. BoBtace yeaej,Jdjutant Donetthire j 



I 

,»xi Sept. 
'22 Sept. 63 P27 July 

» zMay 67'p 8 June 
' 8 Jnne 67 p 6 July 
» I April 68!»9sMar. 



'27 April 70 



Caoalry. 



liXBCTBVAJrCfl. 

Sgremont Sadan Shearbom 

George Alfi«d Penrhya Bvans 

San. Charles George Lasoellee 

Charles John William Trower 

Sdward Bowater M'lnnia, Adj. 2a June 77 

Henry Caatell HopldnB 

Chariea John Bernhard Hough Dreeaner 
John Henxy Lament 



SBCOjrn Lebuibvajits. 

James Hunter 

Sdw. Herbert de Tour Gonne Bell- Martin 

Malcolm Qrme Little 

Bdward Pellier Johnson 

duurlea Bishop 



I CAFTAUr. 



6 Aug. 58|Pz8Deo. 6o| 14 Feb. 72 




xo Jan. 
28 Oct. 



63 Pxi Deo. 66 
66 1 9 Sept. 74 

7o| xsJuly 76 

70 27 Deo. 76 

71 
72 
71 



23 April 73 



23 May 74 
X3 June 74 
27 Mar. 74 
a Deo. 74 
99 April 74 
26 Aug. 76 
zx Sept. 76 
29 Nov. 77 



z6 Feb. 78 

2 Mar. 78 

17 July 78 

27 June 79 



22 Nov. 79 



BT.lt, COL- 



14 ... Pammaeter.-^olbn Warden M'Farlan. x6 Oct. 66 ; Son. Oaptam, 16 Oct. 71. 
5 ... Sidina Master. — ^John Marshall, 27 Feb. 75. 

QHsr&r Maeter.-^John Forsyths, 27 Sept 70. 
Veierinar]f Snryeon.—'Jaaxw Augustus Woods, 24 Sept. 70. 

Stwb^JPa^einffa BcaxXet.-^A^enie, Messrs. Cox and Go.— Irieh Agenie, Air B. Borough, Hi. and 06.* 
JBwibmrkedfor India, g January iSjs- 
1 6ir Aniiibald-IJttle served with the 9th Lancers in the SutloJ campaign in 1846, ineludiiig th«bat*le of Sobraon 
(Medal). Served as Brigadier in conmiand of the GaviUiy at the relief of Lueknow, and oommanded'the post at 
DittMaha firanr 16th to a4th Nov. X857, for which he received the thanks of the Commander in Chief and Governor 
Geaeral in Council, and CB. Commanded the Cavalry and three troops Horse Artillery at the battle of Cawnppre 
andparsnitof the Gwalior mutineers on the 6th Dec., actions at Seraighat and Khudargunge.' Commandea uxe 
itt Brigade of Cavalry at the siege of Luoknow, until severely wounded by a musket-baU through the left elbow 
(three timaa mentioned in Despatches, Medal with Two Clasps) . 

* X^or Abadie served in the Abyssinian campaign with the Transport Train, and was present at the action at 
Arogee (mentioned in despatches), and capture of Magdala (Medal). 



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Yewr^Ser 
Full Half 
P*y Pay. 

23 



«3 

8 I 
ao < 



10th {The Prince of Wales' Ov>n Eoyal) Hussars. [ "'^Dep^^oSSbS?!'**' 

The Prince's Plume. The Rieing Sun and Red Dragon. " Pevxkbuli. " " Wi.TxaLoo '* " SxTASToroL.' * 
Colonel.— £w Boyal JIigkne$$ Albert Edward, Prinee of Wales and Dukt of Cornwall, JTG. JTT. KP, GCB. 

QC8I. QCMe. Colonel, 9 Nov. 58 ; General, 9 Nov. 6a ; Field Mankalt 39 May 75 ; CoUmel xoth Hnsaars, 

18 April 6j. 
LioutOBant Golonol.— Xord Ralph Dmry Kerr, CB. Comet, '34 Nov. 57 ; Lt. '15 Jane 58; Capt, '33 Aug. 6z ; 

Kt^or, 36 Mitfch 73 ; Lt. Colonel, 31 May 76. 
Major.— Edward Alexander Wood, Comet, x6 July 58; Xf. '30 Sept 59 ; Capt. '23 July 67; Mmjor, 31 May 76 ; 

J<.L<.Cotoiitff, 33 Nov. 79. 



Gaptaixb. 



Thomas James Williams Bnlkeley 'i'x4 July 

Robert Spencer Liddell,^<2;i(<aia Cavalry ) ' ^3 ^^ 

Depot ij 

Thomas Astell St. Qnintin I 30 Dec. 

BoToe Albert Gombe,^ D.A.Q,M.Q. Bengal 37 Aug. 

Robert G. D'Esterre Spottiswoode I so Mar. 

Hugh SutlQJ Gough, Aide de Camp to Cow^ \ 

mamierin CUrf, Matt Indiee :.. j 



' aMay 



58Px6 0cL 
58 '33 July 

59716 Jem. 
60 6 May 
58 ax June 

68 a8 Oct. 



Manners Charles Wood i' i Sept. 69 '37 Oct. 



Montagu Maule Slade 

Hon. James Pearse Napier, Interpreter.... 

LnvTBirAjrTS. 
John Palmer Brabason,* Sxtra Aide de 

Camp to the Vieerog qf India 

Edward Temple Rose 

William Edward Phillips 

Ralph Bromfield Willington Fisher 
Philip Durham. 



SDnrham 
Stanley William, Lord Ogilyy 

Richard Henry Francis Wharton WUson*... 



lenn^ 
Charles Staniforth Greenwood 
Charles Bandes [Biding Maeter 6 Sept. 

73), Adjutant 94 if ov. 77 

£or4 Alwyne Frederick Compton 

Bus LlSUTXKAlTTS. 

Charles Molyneuz Grenfell 

Sbcohd LnimirAirTS. 

Herbert Tongue Allsopp 

Hon. George Leopold Bellew 

Charles George Boyd Saunders 



'xsFeb. 68 



8 Dec. 77 
X3 Oct. 77 
XX May 78 



38 Oct. 
19 Oct. 



6oPx5Peb. 68 
59 ' a May 
63^x7 Aug. 70 
65 T3Feb. 73 
58 9 April 70 

23 June 

3 Feb. 
33 Jan. 
8 Nov. 



BBBY.MAJ. I BT.LT.COI.« 



13 June 74 

13 June 74 

33 April 74 
37 June 74 
30 Nov. 75 
X3 June 75 
36 July 76 
x3 Feb. 77 

34 Nov. 77 
zBMar. 75 



SPB LIBUT . 

XX Nov. 76 



33 Nov. 79] 



3a Nov. 79 1 

33 Nov. 79' 



PoMMul^.— Stephen Murphy,^ 8 May 67 ; Honorant CaptaiM, 8 May 7a, 

BidiMg Maeter.—Kenry M'Gee, 13 Nov. 73. 

QiMiretfr ira«f«r,— William King, s Nov. 73. 

Veterinary Airymm.— William Appleton, 31 Jan. 60 ; let Claee, 4 Oct. 73. 

Blw,—Agenie, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Iriek AgenU, Sir B. Borough, Bi. and Go. 
Betumedfrom the Crimea, 3 June X856. Bmharkedfor India, xo Januarg X873. 



> Major Combe served with the 3rd Bind Horse in the Abyssinian campaign, and was present as Orderly 
Officer CO Colonel Fraser at the action of Arogee, and capture or Magdala (Mediu). 

« Lieutenant Brabason, formerly Lt. and Captain Grenadier Guards, served as a volunteer in the Ashanti war 
in X874 and was attached to the exjMdition under Captain Butler to Western Akim, and afterwards to the Transport 



• Lieut. Wilson served in the Ashanti Campaic^i in 1873 m Midshipman on board H.M.8. " Rattlesnake," and 
received a slight gunshot wound on the 14th August (Medal). 

• Oaptain Murphv served in the 53nd Light Inflftntry with the Pu^jaub Movable Oolumn during the Indian 
mutiny in 1857-58 (Medal). 



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] nth (Priiice Albert's Own) Hussars. 

" EoTn" (with the Spbinz). " SALi.icAircA *' " Psvinsula." ** Watibloo *' 

"BA.ia.ILA.Ti." "IvKIBKAN" "SBrxSTOPOL." 

OoIamL— Williun NeviUe GastftnGe.^ CB. Endgn, ^ii Oot. 31 . 

'x6 Sept. sz ; 2Ji.Colon9lt 1 Aug. 56; Colonel, 19 Jan. 58 ; Major General, 6 

I Oct. 77 ; Colonel nth Hussars, 8 Mar. 75. 
LimiteiuntOolaneL— Albert Peel Gkunett, Cornet, ^ 6 Feb. 57 



S3 



* Bhubwobi *' 



Lt. 1*26 Jane 35 ; Capt. 'x6 Mar. 38 ; Mofor, 
Mar. 68; JUentenant General, 



5 July 7a ; Mt^r, 17 May 76 ; X«tf»<«iM(»£ Colonel, 3 April 78 
Miger. —Walter Balfe, Cornet, '27 Jan. 57 ; Lt. P19 Pe* " " 
Mt^or, 3 April 78. 



i«. 5 Mar. 58 ; Capt. '14 June 59 ; Brev. Major, 
. . 78. 
'eb. 58 ; Capi. P16 Oct. 60 ; Breoet Major, 39 Ang. 73 ; 



I 

XX I 



CinAiRS. I co»»" 

Bdward Starling Rivett-Camac,7Jf»2»tofy ") | j 

Seeretarjt to the Choemor qf Bombt^ i 4 «'«>"• 

St. John Stewardfion Taylor > 20 Dec. 

John Donald Hamill Stewart, Vice Coneul ^ • ^^ g ^ 

I in jfwttfi?/w J I ' 

; John Charlton kinchant. Adjutant i Wett » ip,, ^nt^ 

For* rw«««y CbcoZty )" , " "®'- 

Aagustus Charles Frederick FitzGeorge... 1 23 Dec. 

Charles Verelst Verdst 'aoOct. 

Xdwaid Henry Green l'x4 Oct. 

.Livingston Thompson I 

f.c. Hany James Watson* 



) 6 

6 
5 
5 



^9a,e, 



7May 



LnVTXVAMTS. I 

Kfldare Borrowes, Bxtra Aide de Camp \ < 

I to tke Jjord Lieuienant of Ireland S j 

liflsweU Archibald Close \ 

Heniy Davis Willock 

Andrew Burrell Hayley 

Lord Bdmond Bernard Talbot 

Henry Jack Camming | 

Robert Henry Hardy 

Horn, Henrv Arthur Ormaby Gore { 

Algernon nanolB Peyton I 



58 x8May 58 

64' 14 Sept. 66 

65Pi3Jan. 69 

67 28 Oct. 71 

64 Pi 4 July 69 

69! 28 Oct 71 

"* P22 Oot. 70 

19 Oct. 7a 

70 a8 Oct. 7X 



X4N0V. 74 

a Deo. 74 

Z3 June 75 

aoNor. 75 

20 Nov. 75 

a Dec. 74 

28 Oct. 76 

IX Nov. 76 

20 Nov. 76 



SXOOVD LlSVTBVASTS. 



, aim LIXUT. 



Richard Fort 30 Jan. 

X0ri Bmest William Hamilton <x May 

William Harrison 25 May 

Chariee Henry Eyre Coote ' 13 Aug. 



CAPTA-Iir. BBST.aCAJ. BT.LT.OOL. 



25 Jan. 7x 
XX Sept. 75 

x7May 76 

8 Jan. 78 

34 Nov. 77 

3 Apr. 78 

a4Mar. 7s 

as Oct. 79 

X9 Feb. 79| 



iPoMMster.— Bichard S. Crawley, a Oct 66; Ron,Oapiain, a Oct 71. 
Jtidina Jfaj<«r.— Francis Levison Michael,^® xx July 56. 

QpiaHer Jfoiitfr.— Edward Frayling, x April 76. 

Veterimary 9iftr$r«M.— Charles Peroivall, 30 June 63 ; ut Claee, ti Nov. 76. 



B\Jxt.^Agenti, Messrs. Cox and Co.— /ridb Agente, Sir B. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Retwmed from India, 7 Jtannarg 1878. 

1 LieatGeneral Costanoe served in the Crimean campaign from X4th Aug. x8s5, including the battle of Tohemaya, 
•aage sad &U of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Order of the Medjidie, 5th Class, and Turkish Medal) . Commanded 
TM Ouabineers at the outbreak of the mutiny at Meemt on xoth May X857, also in the subsequent campaign of that 
jBir, inctoding the battles of the Hindun, the 30th and 31 st May (horse killed) ; battle of Budlekaaerai (horse 
vDoaded), afb& of 9th June, and siege of Delhi. Commanded the whole of the Irregular Cavalry under Sir Hope 
Gnat, at the storming of the city on the X4th September. Commanded the Cavalry of Brigadier Showers' Colnmn 
isnng the snbseqnent operations. In command of the Carabineers and Hodson's Horse captured the fortress of 
Kaaomid with as gons and y% lacs of treasure. Also in command of the Carabineers and ana Bengal Fusiliers^ur- 
pnaed the eity of Fnrmck Nugffur, taking the Nawab. Commanded a Wing of the Carabineers in the action of Bun- 
nncnonxxthOct. 1858, also three squamons during the subsequent campaign in Oude, including the actions of 
Xumdipoie, Roaooolpore, advance on and capture of the fortress Mitouaee, the actions of Allygong and Bishwa, 
jawdtlie Agra Field Force by forced marches, and commanded a Wing of the (Carabineers in pursuit of Tantia Topee 
far ttoee months thztmghBiUpootana and Central India, during which frequently commanded detached Oilumna 
<ihiiiked by the QoTemor General in (}onncU, and frequently mentioned in aeei>atohes. Medal with Clasp, Brevet of 
<3okMl,sDdCB.). 

'(Siptiin Bivett-Camae served in the Indian mutiny campaign attached to a troop of the 7th Hussars ftx>m 
XiRjh to Jane 1858. Served with Fane's Horse during the China campaign of x86o, and was present at the 
Mtiaof Sinho, taking of the Taku Forts, actions of the x8th and axst September, and snbseqnent operations before 
Pikia. Was extara Orderly Officer to Brigadier Pattle daring the actions of the xath Aug. and xSthSept (men- 
tMHd m deapatchea. Medal with two Clasps). Served thronghoot the Abyssinian campaign of x868 with the Trana- 
yonTiaia, and wae preeent at the fiftll of Magdala (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

* (3qit«in Wateon aenred with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Znlu war of 1879 ; was Staff Offioer at Ckmferenoe 

ra from j3th June to srd Angost, and served afterwaads with the squadron of the Begiment in Baker Boasell'a 

,^__eter MSehael served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the aflkir of Bolguiak, battles of 

•UneBadTehemaya. siege and fkll of Sebastopol, and was also present witA the Light Brigade at Bapatoria 
(litdsl with two Cbape, and Torkish Medal). 



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12th {Tlie Prince of Wales' Royal) Lancers. 



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X4 
11 


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10 
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The Prince's Plnme. 



The Rising Snn and Red Dragon. *' Egtm" (with the Sphinx). ' 

•* WA.TBBLOO " " SXTABTOPOL " •• CeKTBAL IkDIA." 



rSaounderabad, Madraa. 
L Depot, Oantejlraxy. 



'PurxvsvLi." 



CeloaeL— Thomas Hooke Pearson,^ CB. Comet, >»i4 Mar. 25; Lt. ^j Aug. a6; Capt. Pi6 Ang 31 • Bt.Major^ 
1 46 ; Mtyor, '23 April 47 ; Bi.Lt.Colonel, ao June 54 ; Colonel, 26 Oct. 58 ; Major Oenet •' - *' "• 



zp Jone^ 



Lieut. Benifrol, i Oct. 77; Colonel isth Lancers, 4 Feb. 79. 
Uentenant Ooloael.— John Charles Le Queene.' Comet, fa 

Mtyor, 24 April 72 ; Lt, Colonel, 5 June 75. 
Kiqer.— John Sprot Tait. Comet, ^8 July 6a ; Li. P31 Jan. 65 ; Capt. ^13 June 



Captaiks. 
John Cecil Russell.* Bquerrf tit HJt.B. : 

ike Prince qf Walee 

John Beauchamp Hayes 

p.§.e. Son. Henry John Lindley Wood*.... 

.27<m. Walter John Stewart 

John Frederic Hornby 

GabrielBolandRuscombe Poole 

George Mure Martin 

Edmund Morion Mansel-Pleydell 

Charies Edward Beck 



LxXCTXKijrTS. 

Mervyn Henry Archdale 

Henry Ashton Case, Inetruetor of Mue- 1 

ketrjf, Caoalrjf Depot S 

George Henry Dean 

Philip Paston Mack 

William Oolquhoun 

Joseph Hoixy Banks. Adjutant zo Mar. 75 

Thomas Alexander Hill 

Frederick WUliam Benson, at Staf College 

Edward Coope Fulcher 

Aberoromby Anson Craven Nelson 

Ernest Heniy Godolphin Quicke 

Son. George William Heniy Temon .. 



SlOOVB LxSITTUrAHTB. 

George Pearson 

Sidney George Crosse 



General, 6 Mar. 68 ; 
'a9 April 56; Lt. 7 July 57 ; Capt. '18 July 62 ; 
Major, 14 June 76. 



>i8Sept. 60 

'22 Feb. 68 

'soAug. 64 

i'z4 Oct. 68 

'30 Jan. 66 

' 2 Jan. 69 

'23 Jan. 69 

P 8 June 70 



28 Oct. 71 



36 June 67 
13 Jan. 69 



2in> XtTITJT. 



30 Oct. 78 
4 Dec. 78 



liXXTTT. 



CAPTAIir. ! BBXY.KAJ. 



'28 May 7o| I April 74 

3 Aug 72 1 

z April 74 1 I April 74 

3 Oct. 74| 

7 July 75 

*3iOot. 71' 

14 June 76' 

31 Aug. 78' 

12 Nov. 78. 



'16 Aug. 64 

» z Sept. 69 

'38 May 70 

P 9 Oct. 69 

7 May 68 

3 Aug. 70 

'lo Aug. 70 

"^25 Mar. 71 

3 Aug. 72 

14 Aug. 72 

28 Oct. 72 

30 Dec. 7a 
9 Aug. 73 
zaAug. 74 
38 Oct. 71 
86 Mar. 75 
9 April 70 
14 Aug. 73 
10 Jan. 73 

29 Nov. 76 
36 Mar. 75 



SonoroTf Captain, 1 Feb. 73. 



BT.LT.COL. 



29 Nov. 79 



PcNfflMuter.— Alexander Sidney G. Jaimcey. z Feb. 68 
BUding Master.— Kenry Robertson. 17 Jan. 73. 
O^taHer Jf of <«r.— Henry Denyer. 30 Deo. 76 ; Lieut. 33 Sept. 75. 
Veterinarjf Surgeon.—Staart Murray Wilson. 14 July 69. 

Blue— Jbet«y« BcBxleL—Aaente, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Iriiik AgenU, Sir E. Boroogh, Bt, and Co. 
Bmbarkedfor India, 39 Deeembor 1876. 

^ Lieut.General Pearson served in the zzth Light Dragoons at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore. In 1835-26, 
and was a volunteer for the dismounted Cavalrv storming party (Medal). Served with the z6th Lancers at 
the battle of Maharajpore, 39th Dec. 1843 (Bronse Star). Also with the 16th Lancers in the Sutleg campaign in 1846, 
including the action of Buddiwal. and oattles of Aliwal and Sobraon— at Aliwal he commanded the Bight Wing 
of the z6th Lancers, and commanded the Regiment in the latter part of the action ; commanded the Regiment at 
Bobiaon and to the end of the campaign (twice mentioned in despatches. Medal and one Clasp, Brevet of Major, 
and CB.). 

s LtOolonel Le Qnesne served with the isth Lanoen in India during the mutiny (Medal). 

s Lt Colonel J. 0. Russell served throughout the second phase of theAshanti war in z 874 as Aidede Gamp to Sir 
Artihibald Alison, and was present at uie battle of Amoaftil, the battle of Ordahsu and capture of Ooomosaie 



(mentioned in despatebes. Brevet of Mi^or, Medal with Clasp). 

• Major Hon. H. J. L. wood landed at the Gold Coast on the 30th November Z873. and served as Aide de Camp 
to Bii^ GMnet Wolsele^; throughout the second phase of the Ashand war, indading the capture of BoitMrassle, h««lfe 
of AiAOttftil, thebattla of Ordahsu and capture of Ooomassie. after which he was sent home with the despatahia 
(mentiaiiBd in despatches, promoted from Lieutenant in the zoth Hussars to Captain in the 1 sth LaBOtrSi Brrret or 
icsjor, Medalwith Clatp). 



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'^SSkSS?:] 13*^ Hussars. 55 

v-« <.r, " VirH in sternum." " Piitwsula " " Watbbloo " " Alka " " Balj-KLATA " " Iitkibicax " 

VTu rSi! " SlVASTOPOL." 

pi. P^^.tColoaa.- John Lawrenson.i Cornet, 12 Nov. 18; Lt. 6 Dec. 21 ; Capt. ^27 Aug. 25 ; Bt.Mt^or, 28 Juno 38 

Major, '3 1 Dec. 39 ; Lt. Colonel, '27 June 45 ; Colonel, 20 June 54 ; Major General, 6 April 60 ; Lieut. General, 

■ 25 Aug. 68 ; General, 2 Nov. 75 ; Colonel 13th Hussars, 10 Dec. 68. « . ,^ . 

20 Li«iit«MBtCaioii«L--p.«.c. Henry Thos. BuUer, Ene. 2 Mar. 60 ; Lt. '27 May 62 ; Capt. '^i Nov. 65 ; Major, 

»i7 Auir. 70; Bt.Lt.Colonel, i Oct. 77; Lt.Colonel, 13 Nov. 78. * „ _ ^ ^. „ . 

as . iMi^«r.— Baker Creed Rnssell,* CB. Comet, 2 Nov. ss; I't. i Aug. 56; ^«P^ '18 Feb. 59 j BUMajor, 
24 Jan. 65 ; Bt.Lt.Colonel, 1 April 74 ; Major, 15 July 78. 



Gaptaiitb. 

Arthur Cliarlea Pole 

Herbert Hale Forbes Qiilbrd, 

G eneral^ Bengal , 

William Henry Brooke Peters ... 

Bdward Henry Maunsell 

Thomas George Cuthell 

John Kinder Spilling 

Richard Knox. 



D.A.A, 1 



Pi I July 65, P 3 June 68 

33 Oct. 571 22 Mar. 61 

P3oMar. 6x|'i2 April 64 

P30N0V. 6oP2oOct. 65 

'24 Jan. 65^6 July 67 

P 3 June 68 P 4 Feb. 71 

't6 0ct, 67 1 28 Oct. 71 

William Freeman 'P22Mar. 71 28 Oct. 7 

I 
LntiTTSirAirTB. ' 

Ernest Richard Hope Torin '15 Feb. 71 

William Christie (Q.Jf. 8 Aug. 68), Adju- > 



iavt I Jan. 73 . 

Henry Frederick Lane 

Arthur Montagu Brookfleld 

Philip Kavanagh Doyne 

Henzy John Blagrove 

John Henry Watson 

Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell 

Frederick Stevens Dimond 

Donald MacDougall 



SscovD Ltsutbvavts. 

FitiRQy James Wilberfbroe Farquhar 

Godfirey Massy Vere Hunt 

Alft^ Morris 



3 Sept. 
Pi4Max. 



a I Aug. 78 
7 June 79 
9 July 79 



28 Oct. 

21 Aug. 

28 Oct. 
12 Nov. 
Pi6 Mar. 
II Feb. 
28 Feb. 
W Sept. 
XI Sept. 76 
6 Sept 76 



CAP TAIK. , BBBV.MAJ. | BT.LT.COL. 

17 Jan. 72I 

26 July 73! 

17 July 72I 

25 June 73 

^ 7 May 70 

15 July 78 

17 Mar. 77 

lo Nov. 75 



39 , ... Fammaater.^'Lakjb FiUGerald Bemaid.* 8 Deo. 48; En»ign,^6 Aug. 41 ; Lt, '3 May 44 ; Hon.Major, z Jan. 60. 
14 ... EiOmg MaaUr.—B.eary Hubbard,* 33 May 66. 
S ... Qman*r Jfofter.— Frederick Lewis, 23 Nov. 72. 
Veierimary Smrgoan.—Tnsxk Garratti 37 Aug. 70. 

Blue— FaeiM^ 'B^S.-^Asente, Messrs. Cox and Go.—Iriek AgenU, Sir R. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Smharted for India 7 Jan. 1874. 

> Oeneral I«wreiiion oonmianded the 17th Lancers in the Eastern campaignof 1854-55, including the Cavalry. 
aflBiir of Bolgaaae and battle of Atana. Appointed in July 2855, with the rank of Brigadier General to the Heavy 
Bri(»de. consisting of the ist 4th and 5th Dragoon Guards, ist 2nd and 6th Dragoons, which he commanded at 
Uie banie of T6hieaatkjt^ Succeeded Str James Scarlett in December fbllowing, in command of the British Cavalry .. 
in Um EMt, whioh oonmaad he held until the return of the Army in 1856 (Medal with two Clasps, Sardinian ana . 
Tvkish MedalSi and Ath Glass of the Me4Jidie). 

* Lt.Colonel Rassell was at Meerut with the Carabineers at the outbreak of the Sepoy mutiny, and at Kaimaiilt 
vlwn Colonel QemDrd was killed ; was afterwards present with Seaton's Movable Column at the battle of Gungare^, . 
*bsTe— fairthree senior oflloers being killed-— he commanded the Sauadron of his Regt. and a Detachment of the 9th 
i^aen* ; again, <m tliB xTth Dec. 1857, he oommanded the Cavalry in the action of rutteali, where over 700 Sepoys 
vne kfllBd,— '* To Ll0at.'Bns8^*' writes Sir Thomas Seaton in his despatch, '* who commanded the Cavalry, as 
well ss to Us brave companions in arms, my thanks are specially due, for their gallantry in action and vigour in 
'" " ' * fc Mynpooree, where 250 of the rebels were Killed, and -^ *" ' ' 



ppznit." He eammanded the Oavalrr also at Mynpooree, where 350 of the rebeb were Killed, and was with hi» 
Mgiaient whan General Penny was lolled and Bareilly taken ; present at the relief of Bareilly, relief of Shahjehan- 
pon, espcare of the Fort of Remai and pursuit with destruction of the Fort of Mahundee, action of Bnnkagaon, 
opastkms in Onde and aetions of. Mohudipore and Russoolpore, attack and capture of Fort Mitoulee, actions of 
Al^unge and Biawa ; also served with the Agra Field Force under Brigadier Showers in Central India in pursull 
^natia Topee (Medal with COasp). Aooompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Ooast in September 1873 on 
Mtl sernoe. Organised the natives forming *' RusseU's Regiment," and oommanded it throughont the 
uhsati war of 1873-74. During the repulse of the Ashanti Army at Abrakrampa on the 5th and 6th November 
u eornnaiMled the defending fbroes. His regiment with Lord Giflord's Soouts formed the Advanced Ghiard of the 
iaay (hsm the Blver Prah to the north side of the Adansi Hills. Oommanded the regiment, now fbrmingpart of the 
•BfWBtsd Advaaeed Guard under Colonel M'Leod, at the attack and oaptnre of Adnbiassie, battle of Amoafhl, 
y^ end caiitiue of Beoquah, Advanoed Guard engagement of Jarbiabah, skinnishea and ambuaoade afihirs 
H^Mn Adwabin and the River Ordah, battle of Ordahsu and oaptnre of Coomawie (several times mentioned in 
^Hyrtus, Brevet of Lt^CTolonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

* i^ior Benavd served in the Crimea with the Ssnd Regiment flrom the and September 1855, indading the siege 
ad IbO of Bebaitopol (Medal «ith Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

• BMiagMaeter Hnbberd ff i ed in the Crimea in the 6th Dragoons, and was present at the battle of Tehenaya» 
alaiesBdiUl of Sebastopol ^Cedal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



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14th (TJie King's) Hussars. 






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Kadnui. 

Depot, Ciintoibaxy. 

The Royal Cypher within the Garter. The Prnwian Eagle. " Doirao " " Talatxsa " " Tvnm d'Ohob ' 

" SaLAXAVCA" " VXXTOBIA " " ObtHBB " '• PlirillSULA. " •* PVVIAVB " " CHXLLIAinrAI.Ll.H " 
•• aOOJXBAT " " PXBSIA " " OSKTBAL IlTOIA." 

Oolonel.— John Wilkie,^ Corned, Pxx Kay 38; Lieut. P39 May 40; Ctaa. '17 May 44; Jlqjor^ '27 Feb. 5a; 
Lt.Colonel, 'to Feb. 54; Colonel, 38 Nov. 54; Mqjor GeneriU, 6 Mar. 68; LieuienoMi General, 6 Oct. 76; 
Oeneralf ar Dec. 78 : Colonel Z4th Hussars, 15 May 73. 

'" " — ^SnMiamt 



Lieutenant Oalonel.— p.t.e. William Arbuthnot,* Eneign, 35 Mar. 56 ; Li. '3 Jnne 59 ; Capt. '39 Xoy. 64 ; JM. 
Kiq'or.- 



lit^oTt Z5 AnfT. 68 ; Major^ ^xo Aug. to; XM«<e»aii< Colonel, x$ June 76. 
' ■ -John Hunter Knox, Corn«<, 30 Mar. 58 ; Li. >8 Feb. 61 ; Copt, 'a Oct. 66 ; lf<yo». 15 June 76. 



Gaptaixb. 

p.e.e. Francis Shirley Russell* 

p.t.e. Alan Coulston Gardner (Lieut. Bogal \ 

Bomhau Artillery t 8 June 60) f 

William BellMcTagffart,^<^'tt^aiie D«r6y- ) 

Mre Yeomanry Cavalry S 

James Dennis 

James Kentish 

I Thomas Edward Stopford Hickman 

Richard Garth 

William Rose Wynter , 

WUliam Noel Hill 

.Bow. Hugh George Gough 



P23 Aug. 
'15 Dec. 

»7May 

xaOct. 

''zo Aug. 

P 7 Nov. 

,.^^. ,.'27 Oct. 

P a Feb. 64 'az Aug. 



I' 6 Feb. 63 
»a7 July 66 

'z3June 68 
. ' 5 Mar. 6z 
. P27 June 68, 
.I'aaDec. 63 

> 4 Feb. 71 

,'P a Feb. 64 

.;' 9 May 65 

aSOct. 7X 



CAPTAIHr. I BBBV.IIAJ. 



LxXUnUTAllTS. 

William Henry Bum 

Augustus John English, Extra Aide de ) 

Camp to the Duke qfBuekinffkam f 

Christopher Devonsher Villiers Tuthill, ) 

Adjutant a; Aug. 79 } 

Gerald Craven Ricardo 

William Lockhart M'Gall 

Arthur Charles King 

Richard Owen 

Gilbert Henry Claude Hamilton 

Guy St. Manr Palmes 

Charles Edward Skyring Hemery 

Charles Cecil Percy Stoughton 

Archibald Allan Oammell 



Sbcokd LivvnirAVTB. 



P13 July 



Oct. 



^12 June 68 
az Aug. 7a 

30 April 73 

zojune 74 

18 Sept. 75 

a6 Aug. 76 

zi Oct. 76 

8 Jan. 77 

24 Feb. 77 

33 July 79 



I April 74 
39 Nov. 79 



» Nov. 73 

> Deo. 73 

J Feb. 74 

J Feb. 74 

I Sept. 74 

I Nov. 73 

1 Sept. 75! 

2 Nov. 73. 
5 Oct. 76, 
J Nov. 76 
[ Feb. 76 



Henry Wilmot Mitchell Z3 Aug. 79 

PMr«i«<*r.— Edward Henry O'Dowd, z8 Dec. 63 ; Son. Major, 18 Dec. 78. 
Biding 3£aeter.^jBme& Harran,* z Deo. 65. 

Quarter Maeter.—George Ferris Rumsey, za July 71 ; Comet, 17 Mar. 69. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— Daxiiel Chambers Pallin, az Apr. 77. 



Blue.- 



-Agente, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irieh Agenie, Sir E. Borough, Bt, and Co. 
BmbarJeedfor India, 4 January 1876. 



1 General Wilkie commanded the zoth Hussars in the Crimean campaign fh>m the z7th April Z855, including the 
captare of Tchorgaun, battle of the Tchcmaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

« LtColonel Arbuthnot served with the Rifle Brigade in the Indian campaign in Z857-58, including the siege and 
capture of Lucknow and some of the minor affairs of the campaign (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian 
campaign as Aide de Camp and Assistant Military Secretary to Ix)rd Napier, and was present at the capture of 
Ifft^fift^ia. (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal) . 

• Major F. S. Russell served in the Ashanti war trom. the x7th December Z873 ; ^^as attached to Wood's regiment 
and oommanded the post of Accrofoomu on the line of communication (Brevet of Mivjor. Medal with Clasp). ' 

• Riding Master Harran served the Eastern campaign of Z854 with the 4th Dragoon Guards, including the battles 
<of Balaklava, Inkennan, and Tchemaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



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Xttrat BaBnl. n 
Depot.C«attSttry.J 

TMn-Stf.iThe Crest ofEnfflimd within the Garter. Jferebimur, "Bxsdosv" " Eftxosre-Op-Zii " ' 
niU~H^ CoircH*" "8i.ha.ouf'* "Vittobia" "Pkhhtsitli." "Wammoo." 



IStli (The King's) Hussars. 



57 

'TiLLllM BV 



P*r v^iCalaML— Ooorgo William Key, Cornet, »s July 31 ; Lt. 75 Aug. 33 ; Cop*. »i6 Sept. 37 ; Mty'or, '14 June 4* ; 
Li.Colomel, a Veb. 47; Colonsl, 38 Nov. 54; Ifuvor G#»era7, 6 Feb. 6a; Lieut. Oentral, 30 July 71; 
Gea^roZ, i Oct. 77; uoUmel 15th HuMftTS, 19 Nov. 71. 



I 



Lieoteiuuit Ooloael.— (George Lnok.i CS, CerjiW, 'z6 April 58; JA, 'ao Deo. 59; Ciqfl. '9 Nov. 67; Jfc^'or, 

a Mar. 78; Lt. Colonel, 99 Apr. 79. 
M%jer.— Henry Langtry.* Cbni#^ ^t6 Aug. 6t ; Li. ^74 Jan. 65 ; Capl. '3 April 69 ; 3f(t^;or, ag April 79. 



' CA.Ft^ijr8. 

William White* 

Frederick Hemry Beck 

;Henry Hall* 

; John BuUen Bymea-Bullen 

George Digby Filmer Solivan*.. 
'Alfred Smirke* 

Arthur Gambler Holland* 



LlSUTlVABTB. 

Arthur Thomson Middleton* 

Cecil Francis Johnstone .Douglas, At^. 

I June 79 

John Henry Sewell.»/ii«/.</Jfic*lr. 7 Aug.79 

George Allen Webbe 

Walter Joseph Bnrke 

Moubray AllCrey* 

Henry Lawrence Daly,* Interpreter ..... 

[George FitzAustin Gavin 

\2i0n. Rupert Leigh* 

Hon. Arthur Manners* 

Alexander WUliam Dennistown Campbell* 



-I Jan. 67. 

»a7Feb. 67 

8 Jan. 68 

'aaMay 66 

'13 June 68 

'xa June 69 

'a4 July 69 



'31 July 69 
'10 Nov. 69 



Sicoirn LixuTKiTAim. 

Charles Edmund Browne 

'James Redmond Patrick Gordon 

Harrv Evelyn Straoey Pooklington 

Tyrell Other William Champion del 
\ Crespigny j 



COBITBT. 



LIBUT. 

» 1 April 
'13 June 

16 Mar. 
'14 July 

aSOct. 

a8 Oct. 

28 Oct. 



) CAPTAIV. 



aBD X.TBUT. 



z Jan. 79 

77 Jan. 79 

13 Nov. 78 

3 July 79 



68, 13 May 74 

68 17 Jan. 75 

70 7 Jan. 74 
69' 33 June 75 
71' 34 June 76 
71! a Mar. 78 

71 99 April 79 



a8 Oct. 
a8 0ct. 

8 May 
a8 Feb. 

a Dec. 

a Deo. 
a8 Feb. , ^ 
10 Sept 75 
XI Feb. 76' 

6 Oct. 77, 
30 Dec. 7x ' 



PayaMu/er.— Roger Sheehy.» 13 May 59; Honorary Major, 13 May 74. 
'Jfidtiti/ jra«/«r.— David Noble Smith. 8 June 7a. 
Qnafier Jfcu^^.— Stephen Henry Staniland, 30 June 69. 
Veterinary 5itr^«ra.— Charles Whitney Gillard, ao Sept. 71. 



'B\TX».^Agent», Messrs. Cox and Co.— Iriek Agent», Sir E. Borough, Bi, and Co. 
Smbarkedfor India, 14 Nov. 1869. 

' UColonel Lnck was present at the operations against the Jowaki Afreedees in January 1878. Served with the 
CamUhsr Column in the Afghan war of 1878-79, including the advance to Khelat-i-Qhilzai ; commanded a 
iqusdron of the xsth Huasars and a troop of the ist Pui^aub Cavalry in engagements with the Afghan cavalry 
u Tskht-i-Pnl on the 4th January 1879 (slightly wounde*!, mentioned m despatches). 

' M^r Langtrv served with the 3rd Dragoon Guards in the Abvssinian campaign in x868, and was present at 
As sirtnning and capture of Magdala (Medal). Served with the xsth Hussars in the Candahar Column in the 
AJeixui war of 1878-70. including tte advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai ; commanded a detached squadron of his Regi- 
E-ritat the aflkir in the Ghlo Pass, 4th Januaiy 1879. 

*Capuins Whi-e and SuUvan. Lieutenants Middleton (as Adjutant', Sewell, AllfVey, Daly, and Campbell, and 
Paraiaster Sheehy. served with the X5U1 Hussars in the Candahar Column in the Afghan war of X878-79, including 
Oi.- sdvanca to Khelat-i-Ghilzai. 

* Caotdins Hall and Holland and Lieut. Hon. R. Leigh served with the xsth Hussars in the Candahar Column in 
^ Afghan war of 1878-79. including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai ; present in the engagements with the A^han 
eiralry at Tnkht-i-Pul (mentioned m despatches). 

' Uaptaia Smirka and Lieut, the Hon. A. Manners served with the xsth Hussars in the Candahar Column in tha 
Archan war of 1878-79. including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzal, and were present at the afihir in the Ghlo Pass. 



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58 leth (Tlie Queen*8) Lancers. * [Brirhton, 

The Royal Cypher within the Garter. Aui Curtu, avi Cominut armi*. " Talatsbx »' •' PuEimB d'Ovob '" 



X7 



»9 



Pay. 



Colonel.— Charles Cameron Shnte.i CB., JfP, for Srigkion ; Comet, ^lo July 34; f ^- ^'3 May 39 i^V*J' ^S 
Mar. 47 ; Major, 1 June 54; Bt.Lt.Cohnel, 12 Deo. S4 ; JJt.Colonel, P19 J'eh. 58 ; CoUtnel, 21 Sept. 58; Jfa;ot- 
General, 6 Mar. 68 ; lAeut.Qeneral, 1 Oct. 77; Colonel x6th Lancers, 15 Jan. 78. », ,^ • 

lieutenant Colonel.— Robert Whigham,' Come*. 6 June 54; Lt, 8 Dec. 54 J ^«P*- " Sept. 56; Bt.Major, 
5. July 72 ; Jfq/or, 16 Aug. 73 ; Lieuienant Colonel, ax July 77. ^ ^ « w ^ *r ^ 

K$or.-p.Ve. George Balis Schwabe, Cbnwi, '23 Sept. 63; Li. ^9 ^vne 65; Capt^^ May 67; lf«/or, 17 
March 77. 



•Vhtobia" "Nivi 
' Ghuzxxx 



' PSVIKBULA * ' * • WaTXELOO ' 
' MARiJlAJPOBX *' "Al.IWA.Ii' 



BHrawoax" 

SOBXAOK.'' 



Captaiitb 
Robert ThirkiU }i:aillaxd. Brigade Hqjorl 

of Cavalry, Alderehot S 

Thomas Davison ... 

Henry L'Estrange Malone 

Thomas Honfkll Heaton Garrett 

Henry Graham, A^jutanU WUUhire Teo' \ 

manry Cavalry } 

Edward Oliver M'Caiialand 

Charles George Hammond , 

Edward Chadwiok , 

Stephen John Stevens 



»x2Mar. 61 P 3 Oct. 62 

' 8 June 67^*31 July 69 
^23 Aug. 68 ' 7 May 70 
'13 July 7ol'4Peb. 71 

'14 July 69*10 June 71 

^10 Nov. 69 1 28 Oct. 71 

I 30 Dec. 71 

'25 Sept. 69 ''28 June 71 
'21 Aug. 66 Pi 5 April 71 



LixtmiTAirTB. 

Christopher Richard Taaffe* 

James Melville Babington, Adj. 15 Sept. 77 

Henry Richard Lloyd Howard 

Frederick Gordon Blair 

Henry Leycester Aylmer« 

Eastace Reginald Maudslay , 

John George Alexander Baird 

Robert Gordon Sharman-Crawford 

Walter Hill Chetwynd 



SxcoKn LixTJTXHiLinrs. 

Stephen Frewen 

Windham Heniy Wyndham^Quin... 

Harry Seymour Riohardaon 

William Byron Browne 



ooKKKt ox I 

2XD LIXUT. 



CAPCAXV. 



95 Sept. 69 



13 Mar. 78 



24 July 78 

7 Aug. 78 

23 July 79 

92 Mar. 79 



3 Aug. 73 
6 Sept. 73 
93 Mar. 74 
26 Mar. 74 
28 Oct. 71 
90 Nov. 75 
12 Feb. 77 
90 Nov. 75 
30 April 79 



96 Nov. 68 

7 Aug. 75 

31 Dec. 74 

24 Feb. 76 

x6Feb. 78 

2 Mar. 78 

23 Jan. 78 

30 April 79 

7 Mar. 77 



XI Nov. 78 



BT.LT.COL. 



P<i!tfflM«f«r.— William Heiiry Buttanshaw, 93 June 63 ; Son. Major, 23 June 78. 

Riding Jfo*^.— Richard Heniy Boyle,* 23 April 6x. 

Quarter Matter.— JoloL O'Doxmell, 27 Feb. 75. 

Veterinary Ster^tfon.-Charles Steel, xi Oct. 55; t<< Claee, 21 Aug. 67. 

Scarlet— ^oriiv* Blue.— .i^airt*, Messrs. Cox and Co.— JriiA Agente, Sir E. Boronirh. Bt and Co 
Betumed/^om India 6th January 1B77, 

A Lieut.General Shute acted as Adjutant with the right wing of the 13th Light Dragoons in the camnaiira asainst 
the Rajah of Kumool, East Indies, in 1839. Served with the 6th Dragoons the Eastern campaiim- of i8c:A6 m 
Assistant Adjutant General of the Cavalrv Diviwon £h)m 23rd Nov. 1854 to 9nd July 1856, when the diviiriSn waa 
.finally broken up, mcludlng the battles of Balaklava (mentioned in Sir James Scarlett's despatch) and Inkennan 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, nig^t attack on the Russian outposts on the xgth Feb. 1855. and battle of the TcherMv^ 
(M^dal ^f^^^ Clasps, Brevet of LUColonel, Knight of tfie Legion of flonor, sth CIms of Se Mc^Se, tSSS 

» Lt.Colonel Whigham served ^th the 49nd Hlffhlanders in the Crimea from 9nd Dec. 1854. including the exoo- 
dition to Kerteh. siege and faU of Sebastopol, and assault of the outworks on x8th June (Medal with Claap. i^ 

»Lieut.Taaffi served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879. and subsequentlv in Baker 

Russell's Flying Column, '^' ^ j *« «MM»r 

« Lieut. Aylmer served in the Ashanti war from the 30th November 1873 ; commanded the Cane Coast Volnnt^PM 

*r "XXrnnfVa 'RAorimAnf.. 'nrit.h fhft oH'vtk'nnAil tm».-rA nnrla*. XTai/w V^-mm^ A,,mU.^^ iV^ i. ^ _ >.i, _ w»_r. . J: ****•«?<?*• 




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**D0aeh'aB€ad," with the Motto, " Or Glorv."—*' Alma,'* "Balxklafx" "Iwnwur" "Bitibtopol ** 

•^ GBlTTRiLL IkDIA.." 



17th (TJie Duke of Oambridge's Own) Lancers. 



59 



Full Hall 
P«T. Pay. 



Oolnid in Chief.— Field Marshal Si$ Moyal tDgknnt George W. F. C, Duke of Cambridge. KQ, Kf. OCB. 
QCMQ. GCSI. ai June 76^ 

,. „ ^, ,^ /or, ?25 

as-Qct. 

Ideoteaaat Celoael.— j7 *.<?. Thomas Gonne,* Corjwf, ^t No^r. 55; ■E^ '" Sept, 57: Capt. 'lo June 62 : Mcu'cr, 
12 Aug. 74', LitttUnaiUColoiul, xi Sept. jS. f ^/ , r , -v » 

■w.— j».*.c. Samuel Boulderaon," Cotm^, ao Nor. 56 ; Lt. 23 Jan. 57; Capt. 17 Nov. 6x; Major, 8 Mar. 76 ; 
JBt.Lt.C»loiul, 29 Nov. 79. j» ./ » 



Cttloael.— John Charles Hope Gihsone,! Cornti, '8 Oct. 30; Lt. '16 Aug:. 33; Cop^. '24 July 35 • Major, 
Feb. 45; Lt.Colomtl,V3 Sept. 47; O^wi. 28 Nov.. 54^; M<vor ffeiwr^jiaJune 62; Lieut. Geiural,^X 
71 ; Oenoral. x Oct. 77 ; Colonel 17th Lancers, 22 Sept. 75. 



OAPTAnrs. 

Stanley Yeatman Clark 

Jemmett Charlra Duke 

Thomas Arthur Cooke 

Starling Meux Benson 

Ernest Augustas Belford 

James Fane Alexander 

Mom. John Pleydell-Bouverie 

William Trevelyan Somerset Kevill-Davies 



»x2Mar. 61 
'n July 63 
'16 May 62 
•20 Oct. 65 
'27 July 66 
'aoFeb. 67 
P27Feb. 67 
» I April 68 



LnVTBVAVTS. 

Charles Edward Swaine 

John Montague Russell 

Goor^ Augustus Wood 

Mortuzier Graham Neeld 

Herbert Charles Jenkins 

Charles Hotham Purvis 

Henry Fortesoue 

Thomas Augnstns Steele 

Edward Bleiddian Herbert 

Sou. Lionel Henry Dudley Fortesoue 



Siooim LixunxA-KTS. 
Charles James Anstruther<Thomson . 

Charleo Henry Butler ....< 

FranciB Downes Hugh St. Quintin .... 

WilHam Gordon Renton 

Matthew Herbert Woods 

James Holland Dyer 



'13 June 
31 dot" 



»*i3M5r. 66 
' 7 April 6s 
9 July 65 
'27 Feb. 67 
P24 April 69 
'23 June 69 
'xSAug. 69 
'ao July 70 



68 ^ 



7« 



aim LXIUT. 



zx May 

XX May 

X May 

32 Mar. 
32 Mar. 
6 Aug. 



«*3oOc«: 69 

Pi4July 69 

'ao'July 70 

•77 July 70 

T2Ang. 74 

8 Mar. 7I 

28 Mar. 77 

5 July 79 



'27 July 70 
24 April 72 
31 Oct. 72 

12 Nov. 73 

13 June 74 
12 Feb. 75 
X5 July 76 
zx Sept. 76 
29 Nov. 76 
zx Nov. 78 



BaXV.MM* >T.LT.«OL. 



7 ... Sdiua Jfa«<«r.— John Perry, 6 Dec. 73. 
16 ... AtarUr Ma$ier.—V^ John Berryman,^® j, ^pr^ 5^. 
33 ^ Vet4ri»arf 8urgeoH.—Jamw Lambert, xs Oct. 57 ; x«< Cla$», a Bbpt. 68. 

BloB—JFaeingt Whiie.—Agenti, Messrs. Cox and Co.— JrM AgenU, Sir B. Borough, Bt, and Oo. 
Jbmbarhodfor Natal, 25 Feb. 79. 

) General Gibsone served throughout the Kaffir war of X846-47, and was present on almost every occasion 
in which the Troops were engaged with the enemy ; and he had the conmiand of and led the charge of Cavalry in 
the decisive ^air of tb« Gwanga, on the 8th June 1846, when a large body of the enemy was encoimtered and utterly 
iBroken, leaving upwards of 400 dead on the field, on which occasion his services were warmly acknowledged in the 
pulriie despatches, and his name particularly mentioned in general orders (Medal). 

* LkColonel Gonne served with the 17th Lancers inLidiain 1857-5^; was appointed Acting Interpreter to the 
17th Lancers and Staff Officer to the 2nd Cavalrv Column Malwa Division (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

• L(.Colonel Boulderson served during the Indian mutiny, with the Artillery at Peshawur in 1857, and in 1858-59 
vith Lind*s Mooltonee Horse; this Regiment was part of the force under Brigadier General Troup which advanced 
into Oode from Shabjehanpore. 

M Qnarter Master Berryman served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac 
Ufi M'Kenzie's Farm (captured three of the enemy), night attack on the Russian outposts on 19th Feb. 1855. 
^Mttlesof Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), Inkerman, and Tohemaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four 
Clupt, Yietoria Cross, and Turkish Medal) . Served in the Central India campaign of 1 858-59. 



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18ih Hnssars. 

'PwrnrsuLA." "Watbeloo/ 



Hmualo'w. 



Ooloa«l.-S.> ThoniM Westropp M-M^on,! jorj. CB. Conp^, 24 Deo. a9.s U^i^ Doc. 31 ; Cajrf. '9/1100 38 5 
3fq;or, »i3 July 47; i«.Cotowi,i3 Dec. 54; Cofo«#^ 12 Deo. 57; Mqoot enural, 6 Mar. 68; XMute«a«f 

Lieutuumt Oolmi'i— Thomas 'pbiUlps, CorH0i, '26 Sept. 56; Li. 26 Mar. 58; Capi, '24 May 61; ^.Jfa;or, 

xz July 74 : Ifoior, z April 76 ; X««iiI^mmuU Colonel^ 31 Oct. 77. 
M^jor.—riarold EadaUe MiOet, Comet, 18 Oct. S9 J i*. '»« Deo. 60 j Cop*, ^x Mar. 64 j Breo«< 3fa;cr, i Oct. 77 ; 

Major t 31 Oct. 77. 



GAPYAnrs. 
Uvedale Edward Parry Okeden 

Harry William Parker 

David Bryce Bum 

William Edward Bolton 

Thomas FranoiB Bdmnnd Knox 
Gbarles Oabome Gk>uld.. 



p.t.c. George James GHlbard.iiMl« dM Camp \ 

to Lord Napier of Maadala S 

Charles Willoughby nemana 



Willoughby He 
Athelstane Robert Fryoe.. 



limrntirijrTB. 

Bemhard Drysdale Mdller 

William Pochin Warner 

William Henry Biggs-Baldwin 

George Henry Thomas Van Notten Pole.. 

Richard Hobart Morrison 

Frederick Tremayne Miles .... 

Francis Dale Tagart. Adjutant 13 Apr. 78.. 

Francis John Paul Butler 

Richard Alexander Soott 



Bub LnimvurTS. 



Ssoovn LxivTurms. 

Harry Ritchie Alston ••••::• 

Fen wick Bulmer de Bales La Tem^re . 

Henry Thomas Hall 

James Farish Malcolm Fawcett 



'x9 April 64 
»x6 Oct. 67 
P 8 May " 
» 6 Nov. 
»3Mar. 
i'2xMar. 



z8 Jan. 
»24 Oct. 



13 Oct. 77 

8 Dec. 7 

30 Jan. 7I 

1 May 78 



fi9 



»iS Fob. 
'z2 May 

P14 Oct. 

a8 Oct. 7z 

'24 April 69 

» 9 Feb. 70 

'22 Feb. 6x 

28 Oct. 7z 

' 8 June 70 



8 May 

9 Aug. 
z Jan. 

2z Dec. 
X3 June 
xz Feb. 

2 Dec. 

6 Oct. 
28 April 76 



I April 75 
X April 76 
I April 75 

31 Oct. 77 
1 Dec. 75 

90 Mar. 78 

'26 Feb. 64 

29 June 78 
7 Aug. 76 



BBST. ICAJ. 



X Oct. 77 



BT.LT.COI.. 



^ Sir Thomas M'Mahon served with 
the 9th Lancers in the Bntlej cam- 
paign in X848, and was present at thie 
battle of Bobraon (Medal). Served 
the Eastern campaign of X854 tm 
Assistant Quarter Master General to 
the Cavalry Division, including the 
battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and 
Tchemaya, and siege of Sebastopol ; 
served also the campaign of X855 in 
command of the 5th Dragoon Gnards 
(Medal with three Clasps, CB., Sar- 
dinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). 



Poyflifltfer.— William Joioe. 8 May 67 ; Comgt, 31 Dec. 57 S -C** ^ ^^J- " Mar. 61 ; Son, Major, 8 May 77* 
BHinq Jfotter.— Jacob Hodgins, 22 April 71. 
QuarUr Jfa»<*r.— Jacob MerriU,* 3 Feb. 75. 
Veterinary 5«»y«o».— Samuel Luis FaUinj 27 Aug. 70. 



Blue. 



-AaenU, Messrs. Cox and Oo.—IrUh AgenU, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Xeiumedfrom India, z8 January 1876. 



■ Quarter Master Merrill served with the Central India Field Force in Z858, under Sir Hugh Rose, and was present 
1 the action Of Koonch, battle of Gallowlie, advance on and capture of Calpee, capture of Morar Cantonments, 



recapture of the town and fortress of Gwalior. 
1858 to March 1859 (Medal with Clasp) 



Was present with a flyisg column in Bundlecund from August 



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1^^\ * *' ^^"^"^ ' J TIU BUphani.—" Abbati " " Niaojlbjl." 

W^ <W«mL— John Yorke,> CB, Conui, 'ax Dec. 32; 14. '5 Doc. 34; Cbp^ Pi4Deo. 41 ; ll<vor,% Sept. 49 ; X*. CotowL 

__/: ny- ?^ Feb. 53 ; CoUmel^ a8 Nor. 54 ; 3fq/or ^^MwraZ, x 7 Jone 66 ; Lt. Q4n€r(U, 1 Aag.74; Qtntral, x Oct. 77 ; Colonel 



19 HajBaarSf 6 May 7a. 
Linteiuuit GoIoimL— CharU 



'lee ICaxmerg Sutton Fairbrotber, Com«t, ao Oct. 55 j 2^. 12 Sept. 56 ; Capt, 30 
Jolj 6a ; BtJ£M9r, 23 Joly 76 ; Mt^or, 30 Nor. 78 ; Id. ColatuL 15 March 79. 
Kucr.— Kendall Josiah William Goghill,s Conut, 26 Feb. 51 ; X^. z Oct. 55 ; Capt, 26 Feb. 63 ; Bi.Jity'or, xx 
Jnly 77 ; Major, X5 March 79. 



CAPtAurs. 

Charles Hay Fairlie? 

Arthur George Webster* 

Edwin Wileon Greaham Williams 

Percy Harry Stanley Barrow/* CMQ, 

Henry Wise Ridley Blackett 

William Lawrence Twentyman'^ 

James M'Killop Maowhirter 

rr-— -?;mith.. . 



4 Dec. 

aoDec. 

8 Jone 

8 Jnly 
'x6 Aug. 

zxMar. 

7 Jnly 
•as Apr. 



LllC^tlTAiriB. 

Jcitm Denum Pinketono French ..., 
John Compton Han ford- Flood *.»,.*, 
Cluule^ Bradrord Harriet JenkuiB . 
Henry MortA^ Aihl(?j Warda..,,,.,,., 

Diii.lle^ Eicbsrd Apthorp -. ...^...«< 

Herbert Edward Eej&oldB ***.-.**.,.„ 
lHr]|:fa O^CimiMjr Henchy ,,^... ..»,,».,.. 
M.aurioe Wright ...^*> ...... 



Sicown LiitTiif Airts* 

Darid Edwmrd Dtuell Burclay 

John OeiuglAA Msnde Guthrie ...... 

Frederick Arthnr FreeiaiiB...... ...... 



9 April 70 



33 Nov. 56 

zo Mar. 57 

X3N0V. 66 

14 Sept. 70 

' 7 Aug. 67 

Px6 Oct. 60 

28 June 71 

'23 June 70 

28 Oct. 71 



14 Sept. 78 
8 Deo. 77 
13 Aug. 79 



■9 Nov. 79 



8 Jan. 68 

23 July 69 

3 Aug. 73 

33 Jan. 75 

z6Mar. 73 

'39 Mar. 64 15 Aug. 68 

IS Aug. 77 

3sMay 78 

30 Nov. 78 



30 Deo. 71 

38 Feb. 74 

96 Mar. 74 

x3 June 74 

sx Aug. 74 

aoNov. 75 

II Feb. 76 

14 Feb. 76 

89 Nov. 76 



II July 77 






P««a*#rr.— Jfimfii Ogilry Balgleisli, =4 Oat, 78; Snt, '35 Apr. 65; Li. '7 July 69; Osp^. 19 Dec. 77. 

XiiiMf JfiH^ffr.— Eobort Bpeira, 19 Aug. 74H, 
Guafter Matter.— iohn White, 27 June 74. 



ffitrinarf ^ni^jwfff,— Jamea Kettle. 11 Juii. fij; i«< Clattt x Auff. 77. 

"* ' " nd Co.— /rMA.i^«fi<t, Messrs 

^ rram India, 23 Marek 1870. 



Blue,— JffH^i, Messrs. Cox nnd'co.— /niA.i^«fifa, Mmsrs. Cane and Sons. 



< General Yoike commanded the Boyal Dragoons in the Bastem campaign of 1854, including the siege of 
B^MBtopol, and was severely wounded at the battle of Balaklava, his horse also was severely wounded with grape- 
ilkot in supporting the Light Cavalry charge prior to his own leg being shattered by a rifle-ball (Medal with two 
Clups, CB., SarcUnian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). He commanded the Begt. during a 
Twdsnt gale in the Black Sea between Yamaand the Crimea, and this great disaster resulted in the loss of 250 horses 
of ths I&giment, including the greater part of the officers' chargers and those of detachments of other Begimenls 
under bis command. 

* imor Coghill served as Adjutant of the 3nd European Bengal Fusiliers throughout the Indian campaign of 
iBs7-s§, snd was present at the battle of Budleekeserai, stonning the Heights in front of Delhi, throughout the 
siege of Delhi, including the actions in firont, storming of the breach Cashmere Bastion, and final capture of the 
mj. Senred in General Showers' Force in the taking of the Forts of Rewarrie, Ji^hur, Ranaude, Furmcknugur, and 
BQlhuabghnr. Also present at the capture of the Heights of Sonah (Medal with Clasp) . 

' OtpUm Fairlie served in the Bohilcund district with the Column under Colonel Jones (Medal) . 

* Gspcsin Webster served with Lind's Mooltanee Horse during the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-58, and was 
^eient at Eakraole, operations before and capture of Bareillv, Shalgehanpore, and capture of Mohundee (Medal), 
mtred a letter of thanks from Government for services with Meerut Lignt Horse in 1857. 

"M^ Barrow served throughout the Zulu war of 1879 in command of a squadron of mounted inflintry and 
nsie irregular mounted troops, and was present at the engagements of Inyesane and Gingindhlovu (mentioned in 
iMpit<^es, Brevet of Msjor, and CMO.). 

"LLColonel Twen^yman commanded the D Division of the Highland Transport Train of the Abyssinian Expo- 
ditiQCkary Force ; commanded Baggage Mules of the and Brinide ist Division on the south bank of the Bashilo river 
CB the lolh April ; was Transport Train Staff Officer to Sir Charles Staveley at the capture of Magdala ; mentioned 
a dcBpsfech; also ** strongly recommended for extent and value of assistance" by Director of Transport Train; 
•ad mentioned in Shr Bobert Napier's despatch as ** distinguished for seal and activity, and deserving of special 
aotke" (Brevet of M^or, and Ifodal). 

^ Oiptein Kynaaton served with the snd Dragoon Guards in the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1858-59* iuid was 
PMcntstUie siege and capture of Lucknow, rooccupation of Fysabad and Trans-Gogra operations, including 
tte paaeage of the Gogra at Fysabad, and the affyrs of Muohleegaon and Bungaon Jungle (Medal with Clasp). 



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20th Hassan. [n^wWif. 

*' PmVBVLX.'* 

-c.Miohael William Smith,' CB. Sntign, 'xg Nov. 30 ; Zt. »ai Feb. 34 ; Capi. ^23 Apr. 39 ; J£ajor, 9 Feb. 47, 

Lt.Colonel, ^ Har. 50; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Major General, 4 July 64; Lieut. Qener*l, 19 Jan. 73; Om^ral 

I Oct. 77 ; Colonel aoth HuBsarB, 2a Not. 70. 
LiButonaiit OolonaL— John Cutts Lockwood,» Comet, 20 Jan. 54; Id. 31 Dec. 54 ; Capt. 15 Nov. 64; Bt.2£qjor, 

z Ooi. 77; Major, xa Jnne 78; Xf.ColoN«/, la Feb. 79. 
Majors.— Frederic Cheneviz-Trench,? Prqfeeeorai tke Siaf College; Comet, 20 Jan. 57; £^.30 April 58; Capt, 

7 Dec. 67 s Meuor, 7 Jane 79. 
Cecil Mangles, ComW, ao Feb. 61 ; Xfc 16 Oct. 66 ; Capi. 1 Feb. 73 ; Mtjfor, y> ^ov- 79- 



CAjnAnrs. 

Georffe Manners Onslow 

David Camithers Budd 

Greorge Wm. Adolphoa FitsGeorge, Aeeiet 

Fnvaie Seeretarjf to Colonel StanUy 

Benjamin Watson Blake 

p.e.e. William Chetwode Lloyd 

John Thomas Browne, at Siqff College 



coairsT OB l 

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CAPTAIK. BXXV.XAJ. 



'15 Jan. 61 '18 Dec. 63 

x6 0ct. 66 17 Jan. 70 

IX Dec. 66, a Aug. 71 

^ ^ i3July 67; 38 Oct. 71 

^eSL^oSSi'^ltT.!!!^^^^^^ »3Jan. 69! 28 Oct. 71 

IToji. Miles 8tapleton.'.'.'.V."V/.'."."3^^ |» 5 May 69 

Wmiam John Irwin 23 Jan. 69 28 Oct. 71 



LnunurAiTTB. 

Thomas Barnes Weston 

Aficanins William Nevill Thomas 

Edward Reginald Coortenay 

Lewis Edmond Gamey 

Richard John Erskine Oliver-Bellasia.. 

Btair Hathom Johnston Stewart 

Robert Cnrzon Newton 



May 611 13 Nov. 66 30 April 73 
June 60; 9 Mar. 67 a8May 73 



SlOOVD LiiiTTavxirTB. 



P 9 April 70 

13 Sept. 74 
laJune 78 
I a Feb. 79 

7 June 79 

3 Aug. 72 
30 Nov. 79 



15 Sept 77 



aim uavT. 



Edward Richmond I X3N0V. 78 

Ar John Charles Burke, J9aH 22 Jan. 79 



33 AprU 73 

9 Aug. 73 

9 Aug. 73 

XI Dec. 73 

2 Deo. 74 

XI Feb. 75 

12 Feb. 79 



[Captain, x6 Deo. 6r. 
P<wflMw<tfr.— Charles Loder,* 12 Aug. 67 r Son, Mtfjcr, za June 78 ; JUdimg Matter, s March 49; JAent, 7 April 56 ; 
Bidina Ifof^tfr.— Frederick Moore, 20 July 67. 
Qnaner Master. — Ghadwick Thomson, 8 June 72. 
Veterinarg Surgoon.—YfUliam Pallin, 14 Jan. 71. 

Blue^—Agentt, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Iriih AgenU, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Beiumedf^om India, ao Dec. 1872. 

k Qeneral M. W. Smith waa appointed to the Turkish Contingent with local rank of Major General in 1855, 
and subsequently to the command of the Osmanli Irregular Cavalry, and obtained the Turkish rank of Lieut. 
General (and Chiss of the Med^idie). Commanded a Brigade during the Central Indian oampaisn; commanded 
at the recapture of Chandairee in May 1858, also at the actions between Kota-ka'Serai and Gwalior on X7U1 
Jane ; commanded a Brigade in the action of the 19th June, resulting in the capture of the city and fortress 
of Gwalior, also at the siege and capture of Powree ; commanded at the surprise of the rebel camp at Koondiy, 
alBO in pursuit of Tantia Topee and the Rao Sahib (Medal with Clasp andOJB., frequently mentioned m despatches). 

• Lt.Colonel Lockwood served-as Aide de Camp to Sir Sydney Cotton during the Indian mutiny in 1857 (Medal). 
Was present as Provost Marshal during the operations on the Eusoftaie fh>ntier in April and May 1858 (men* 
tioned in despatch), and«gMnstthe Hindostanee ftmaticn at Sattanah (Medal with Clasp). 

7 Major (Theneviz-Trench served at the siege and capture of Delhi, and with Hodson's Horse in the engase- 
ments of Gungeree, Pnttialee, and Mynpoorie. and at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps). 

• MsAor Loder was present with the xxth Light Dragoons at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in i8a6 (Meoal 
withCiasp) . Served with the 9th Bengal Cavalry throughout the campaign in Sind in 1843, including the battles 
of Meeanee and Hyderabad (Medal). Srrred with the ist Bengal Cavafry in the Sutlcj campaign in 1846, and was 
pfsaant attha battle of Aliwal (Medal). Also in the Pnnjanb campaign of x 848-49. including the action of Bam- 
nugfer, battles of OhillianwaUah and Goojeiat, and subsequent pursuit of the Suchs and Ail)irhans (Medal with 
iwo Clasps). 



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doBcL— William ParlbT,! Cornet, '3 Oct. x6; Xf. 5 May 24; Oapi. '19 Sept. 26; Bi.Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, 

>»6 8ept.45;-'*«'-CbfoiMi,»3oJan. 46; ObJoimZ, 20 Jane 54 ; lf(Vor &«Mra2, i7July6o: 2;<.GF#»#roZ, 21 March 601 

0«iieraZ. n May 76 ; Colonel 2x8fc HuAsars, 24 Oct. 65. 
T J wrtiaii t OotoneL— gdward Baldwin Wake. Comet, 20 Oct. 53; Z/. 26 April 56; Capt. 30 July 62: BLMaJor, 

1^ July 76 ; Jffwor, 8 Dec. 77 j iM«<«ioji< Colonel, x May 78. 
Muor.-George FarqulMir B:aye,» Comet, 90 Oct. 55 ; Zt. 20 Nov. 56; Clap*. 30 July 62 ; St.UaJor, 20 July 76 ; 

lra>br, X May 78. 



CAPT1.IV8. 

Arthur Henry Taylor 

Herbert Cromwell GoUier* {SntUfn Bowtbajf^ 

Sir Cbaiiea Edward 'FTedBTicTc,SarL,A^utaMt ] 
Montaomeryehire Yeomanry Cavalry / 

Bern. Henry George Louis Crichton, Brigade ) 
Major qrCaoalrif, Cnrragh S 

Arthur Purvis Loyd 

John IioveU 

Arthur Thomas Fisher 

Rowland Hill Martin 

Fredeiiok Hutchinson Haynes 

wmiam Wilkes Tinea 



OOBVBT OX I 
2VD LXBVV. 



JjiMimvLim, 
Walter Georsre Crole Wyndhomi® 

Cecil £dgaxMontaf^ 

ArthurCoonop Newland 

Sylvester 'VHlson Richmond 

Percy Mac^regor King 

Herbert Vallance Bum 

Bei^andn Jennings 

William Knox 



4 Nov. 58I 5 Feb. 59 

x5 Jan. 58,' 5 Aug. 59 

' 2 July 61 »i8 0ct. 64 

'isJune 63'6Nov. 67 

4 July 65' X4 0ct. 68 

P26Peb. 64 P 9 Nov. 66 

' 9 Sept. 64,' 3 Feb. 69 

X4 Jan. 69 28 Oct. 71 

i 3 Feb. 69' -28 Oct. 71 

'14 July 69 28 Oct. 71 



X4 Sept 78 
x7May 79 
4 Dec. 78 


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X3 Aug. 
IX Oct. 
4Dec 


79 

It 



IX Feb. 
93 Nov. 

2 Nov. 
XI Nov. 
29 Nov. 

2 July 7y 
24 Sept. 79 
XX Oct. 79 



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2 Oct. 


70 


15 Jan. 


70 


14 Aug. 


71 


29 Oct. 


73 


8 Dec. 


77 


xMay 


78 


7 Sept. 78I 


x6 Deo. 


78 


2 July 


79 


24 Sept. 


79 



SBOOXD LXBVTBITAJITS. 

X Hugh Maurice Beavan 

X iSpenoer CoUinson Blackett 

a {Montiford Westropp Gavin 

I tUewellin Washington Matthews 17 Dec. 79 

t X4 Pawmaeter, — James Sdward Kitson. 28 Jan. 79; Comet, 96 June 66 ; H. ai Oct 68; Capt, i May 78. 
I ro *Sidimg Matter. — Henry Blinkhom Germany, 19 Nov. 70. 
I 6 .Chuurier Matter. — John Kelly, xo June 74. 
Veterimarf Surgeon. — 

Bine.— ^^«mte, Messrs. Bidgway and Sons.— JW«ik Agente, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
Behumed from Iniia, 19 December 1873. 

' Genersl Parlby commanded the Detachment 4th Light Dragoons during the Rebecca riots in Wales in 1843 
and received the approval of the Civil and Military authorities. He brought the xoth Hussars ftom India through 
Egypt to the Crimea in 1855, and commanded the Cavalry Division from X7th April to 30th June, and the Hussar 
Bni^de firom xst July till 9nd Sept. 1855, and was present at the reconnaissance under Omar Pasha on 19th April, as 
alflo St the battle of the Tchemaya (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class 
of the Medjidie). 

* lii^or feaye served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-50, and was present at the attack of the rebels on 
oor guns at Jnllnndur, and subsequently served with Showers' Column in Rsjpootana and Central India in pursuit 
of Tantia Topee, Ferose Shah, and other rebels, including the operations in tne Seronge Jungles and the affair at 

* Captain Collier served in the Bombay Army Arom 1851 tq 1858 prior to obtaining a Cometcy in the 8th Hussars, 
tnd served on the Staff in the Persian campaign in 1857 (Medal with Cla8p). 

!• Lieut. Wyndbam served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, and subsequently in Baker 
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8 Knox, George Uohter 

11 Goodenouffh, Osborne Hall 

8 Anderson, James Hamilton Pringle*^ 

9 Farrell, Henij Chamberlayne^** 

4 M'Laughlin.Edward 

Hunter, Arthur Stewart;*^ Director of Oarrieon In- \ 

ttructionin India } 

9 Crawford, George Adam 

II de Moleyns, Townsend Aremberg*** 



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Warden, William Henry, ^ p.a.e. A$$t, aupt.OunpowderFaoioriee, ^ i-^ Ai ,r 

Waltham Abbey J , ""-J 

3lzod, William Henry 20 A]m 

ff,o. Straabensee, Turner Ysn, Captain of Cadet Cowmanii 30 A] 

c Shakerley, Henry Webster !ao A] 

3 Stavelev, Edmund*" 31 Jv 

X Bdmeades, Henry*" |3i July 

B Bom, John MacvicarU* *..*. 131 J«Jy 

A Nicholson, Stuart James 131 Julv 

Smith, WUUam,*^^ Garrieon Inttruetor, Lueknow, Bengal I31 ^^ 

9 Newman, Walter 31 Jk 



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s 4 June 63 
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27 Jan. 63 
12 Feb. 63 
22 Feb. 63 
9 June 63 
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XI Sept. 63 



7 Tremlett, Edmund John (BtU.Colonel, 29 Nov. 79) 

3 Maule, George Edwin .._ 

xo Carey, William Dobree 

XX Phipps, Ramsay Weston 

5 Sandnam, Robert 

4 Stewart, Algernon Augustus !..!!.!.!!!.........!! 

c Dillon, Hon. Robert Villiers ^^ 

B Burnett, Edmund Sidney *" 

A Talbot, FitzRoy Somerset «* ........"..*..'!!.'..*.**.'.*...'...'.......*...'.' 

Duncan. Franeie, Inat. qfOunnery, B.M. Bepoeiiiyry, Woohoieh '.'.'. 
p.M.e. Oliver, John Byder,^ Instructor B. M. College, IRngiion, \ 

Canada, with local rank if Lt.Colonel :. .) 

xo Morgan, James Peattie,» |>.a.e 

Ford, Arthur,*** p.a.e. Aeeiet, Inep. ef Gunpowder Factoriee 

4 Sadleir, Richard ...„ ._ 

8 Barlow, William Buxton, p.a.c. 

Smith, Bobert CaUweU,»»r C^m. of Ordnance', i$t Clan, Bangoan'.'.. 

4 Chalmers, Charles David» 

A Lynes, Samuel Parr 

XI Forster, Bowes Lennox,**^ Lt.Col. 6 Feb. 75 ..'.....! 

4 de Cetto, Louis Charles Aug. Adrian"* 

Trench, Charlee, Inetructor in Gunnery, 8hoeburyne$$ 

X Lewes, Henry Colobrooke 

8 Budd, Georjre 

8 Haughton, John '..........'..'.'..'.'.. 

p.».c.8Umey, Franci»8adteir,*»»p.a.c.Aeit.Direct. of Artillery Studiee 

6 Clarke, Thomas 

Brancker, WiUiam God^fh>y,^*» Dent, of ArtUlery Siudiee ' 

xo Cameron, Donald Roderick, Clfff. ;. 

IMle,William Henry, Secretary, Special Ordnance CommUtei, litdia 

5 Kemmis, William, ji.a.c 

Bond, Henry, p.a.e. Aatietant SuperiniendenfSfMU'A^^ 

B Walton, William Morritt Bameby .... 

Braekenbury, Henry,*** l.e, 33 Oct. -jsi^^Utary Secretary to Sir > 

Garnet Woleeley ;. j 

P.M.C. Gorham, CkarUe Alfred, Garrison Inet., UnAiiiia,'Bimgai\'.'.... 

10 Graham, William Henry 

6p.».e. Duncan, Alexander WilliBun*'* .....'........"...*.*!!!.'!!.!!!!.!!!!! 

9 Chambers, Greorge Fred. Stanley \ '. *.'...!*' 

c Curzon, WilliamSouthwell \" 

Dunlop, Samuel,**^ Supt. ^Foliee, Singapore 

7 Lyons, Edward . 
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obaH, Georae Bertie Benjamin,^^ Military Secretary to the \ 

Governor <if Madrae 5 

10 Tracey, Harry Adair"? 

3 Shea, Henry John Francis 

I^ing-Harman, WentwoHh Henry, p.a.e. AeeUtant Super imtendent'l 

Boyal SmaU Arme Factory, Enfield f 

IX Seccombe, Thomas Strong 21 Juno 56 3 Apr. 67 

7 Hannen, George Grote*«* 34 Sept. 55 16 Oct. 64 

A Smyth- Windham, Joseph Charles I31 June 56 6 July 67 

iop.».e. Hall, William Bruce Raikes '31 June 56 6 July 67 

5 Budgen. William Thomas |2i June 56 6 July 67 

10 Broadrick, Edward 21 June 56 6 July 67 

o Stewart. Hon. Alexander**^* {Bt.Lt.Colonel, 33 Nov. 79) "..31 June 56 6 July 67 

A Murdoch, William Walpole '31 June 56 6 July 67 

Tarleton, Edward Delaoal^» "..' .'"iioAug.56 11 July 67 

3 Darwall, Henry Pountney ".". 10 Aug. 56, 24 July 67 

XI Cottingham, Edward Roden*« '10 Aug.56 21 Aug.67 



4 Auchinleck, John Claudius*** 

3 Kyle, Samuel Cotter*** 

3 Maunsell , William Stopford 

p.$.c. Mitchell, Herbert Leonard,*** Inetruetor inAHUie'ry'D«''\ 
partment of Artillery Studiei J 

5 p.«.e. Boyle, Edward Vicars ."".'. '. 

8 Sexton, Michael John 

7 Ellaby, Hugh Latimer**? ..................'..'...'..'.'.*.'...!"! 

3 Blackley, ,k)hn Henry .'..".'. ] 

3 Drysdale. Robert Carstairs ". 

3 Thomhill, Charles... . 

A Parry. Sidney,*** (Bi.if.d^iiW^" Nov*"79)'i!iil!".!!!^^'"i*'i".l 

S Harness, Arthur, CB. {Bt.Lt.Colonel, ix Nov. 78) 

3 Mageuis, Henry Cole 

lop.M.e. HoUist, Edward Ommanney 



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7 Priee, Thomas Charles x Oct. 57 



I p.«.c. Hatchinson, William PrancU Moore.. 

4 WodehoQse, Albert Thornton 

gp.».e. Nolan, John Philip,**® p.a.e. ifP.for Galwajf . 

5 1/8 Mottte, Osmond Francis 



5 Gallwey. Patrick FitzGenUrl 
EUit, CkarU* Henrg Fcnrfta^ Seereiarf Ssperimental Bratuk, \ 

BcfalJrtrnal J 

5 Isaacson, Henry de Stutevilte 

7 Owen, John Fletcher, p.a.e. [Bl.Lt.Oolanelf 39 Nor. 79) 

j 8 GabbisB, John Egertou 

7 Cmikshank, Alexander Ramsay 

Cameron, SmgtM Hay^ p.a.e. Ituimetor Bogal LahoraUmf 

9 Stratton, John Heathfield 

8 Cooke, James Robert Daries 

Onrdom.Sdward Smith, p.a.e, Amiat. 8upt, Bogal Carriage Deptmt. 
Llofd, J^raneit l%owuu. Instructor in Chmnerp, Skoebwyneu 

3 Gillies, Georee James 

6 Thomas-Le Marchant, Heniy St. John Yanghan LeMarohant ... 

10 Phfllpotts, Henry Francis*" 

Bmrp»99, Marry Ifi/ef.*^ Coauy. t^f Ordnance, 3rd Chrade, Bombajf ... 

4 Martelli, Thomas Challoner 

11 Murray, John Charles D'Urban 

p.9.c. Moonom, Henry Maneere*^ Intt. in Taetiea S.M. College, \ 

Sandkmret ....$ 

xo Bargmann, Greor^e John, InHruetor in Ghunnerg, Shoeburyneee 

9 Gwyn, Herbert Lionel*** 

7 Robertson, Henry Maxwell 

Boberte^ William Arthur, Bemomnt Agent, Bengal 

9 Korton-Taylor, Dnncan 



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a3 June 57 so Nov. 68 

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3 Haslerig^, Thomas Maynard {Bt.Lt. Colonel, aa Nor. 79) . 



5 MacKenzie, Robert Smythe Muir 
9 Gyll, Flemyng George 

6 Toogood, Seymour Hood*** 
Ti Jones, Henry Norris 



F« Piekard. Arthur Fred. ,*»CB. Groom in Waiting, Aeeiet. Keeper \ 
oftks Privg Puree, and Aetietant Prioate Seeretarg f—"^-^ ' ' 



\g,A99i9t. Keeper) 
i to ike Queen.it Y 
<;Z.o. 8Feb. 78) 



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£xira Equcrrg to H.B.H. the Duke of Connaught 

2 Burnett, Thomas , 

8 ShutUeworth. Ashton John 

7 Rothe, George Walter Charles 

II Tapper, Basil de Beauvoir 

4 Gooaeve, Henry Hills 

» Best, George 

Sladen, Joeeph, p.a.e. Aseietani Inttruetor Bogal Laboratorg 

7 Harrey, Charles Smith 

10 Dixon, Charles Frederick 

X Crosthwaito, Charles 

xo Molesworth, Anthony Oliver 

9 Murra3% James Murray 

xo l*atfaam, Walter John 

7 Lewis. Henry Francis Peterkin .-, 

9 Dougles. James Mainwaring 

It WhaUey, Percy Charles 

5 Tyler, Trevor Bruce 

xoLeacock, Charles Edward BakeT*w , 

x p.«.e. M'Caosland, Marcus Francis Henry 

7 Simpson, Simon 

9 Townseud, Christopher William 

10 s^-cNoyes, George Augustus 

10 Wickhnm, Sdmimd Hill 

3 Wing, Vincent 

CAPTAXirs. 

10 Lacy, Seymour de Lacy 

PorUr, Ifortan Lawrence, p.a.e. Aeeiet. Smpdi. Bogal Qnn Faetorg. 
Stirke. Wm. Reynolds, Adj. 20 Aug. 73 

A Jones, Thomas John 

B«</, Jamee JLaneaeter 

Touniper, John , 

Deshon. Charles John 

6 ■.«.«. IfeUoM, William Franeie 

11 Homsby* George Mackenzie Bent 

Jarne*, Charlet, p.a.e. Aeeistani Inetruetor of ArtilUrg, M.M. 



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33 June 58I 28 Sept. 71 
- 28 Sept. 71 
28 Sept. 71 
28 Sept. 71 

28 Sept. 71 

28 Sept. 71 

I Oct. 71 

I Oct. 71 
1 Oct. 71 
x Oct. 71 
I Oct. 71 
x Oct. 71 

1 Oct. 71 
17 Oct. 71 
21 Oct. 71 

II Nov. 71 
II Nov. 71 
1 1 Nov. 71 
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2 Dec. 71 
23 Deo. 71 



33 June 58 
33 June 58 
33 June 58 

32 June 58 

33 June 58 
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I Oct. 58 
X Oct. 5S 
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21 Dec. 53 

X Apr. 59 

I Apr. 59 

1 Apr. 59 
aa June 59 
33 June 59 
33 June 59 
33 June 59 
23 June 59 
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32 June 59,33 Dec. 71 
31 Dec. 59 33 Dec. 71 



31 Dec. 59 
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31 Dec. 59 
31 Dec. 59 
31 Dec. 59 



31 Dec. 591 30 ^^^- 7> 



17 Jan. 73 
17 Jan. 7a 
31 Jan. 7a 
24 Feb. 7a 
I Mar. 7a 



10 1 

» I 
■ aa I 



Aead^mg.. 

7 Brown, Alex. Burton, p.a.e ./../....//............'..'.!......!!!!!!.'. 

7 Barker, Henry Andrews 

a Hime. Henry William Lovett 

Domnee, Leonard, p.a.e. Capt. Inat. Bogal Qnn Faetorg 

c Greig, Banks Robinson 

Bemmrd, Jamce Walker, Brigade Major, Gtrk 

Ormttj,Jokn Becker, p.a.e. Capt. Inetruetor Bogal Carriage Depart. 

Walkeg, Rowland, ».a.c.. Instructor in ArHllerg, B.M. Aeademg ... 

Zeaeke, Senrg Wedderbum, Brigade Major, Devonport 

A Inge, John Walker ^ 

A Raigland, Albert Edward 

X HoUcy, Kdmiind Hunt 

p.$.e. MUnrr, Ferdinand Ilenrg Wheeler {IntelligeiUeDepaifiment).^ 
FlttRoy, Edward Albert«*« .. 

Mnltag, William Gorge* 

il<sl«e, Biekard Jacheon, Adjutant Mid UUter ArtilUrg MUUia 

Frrseft, Geo. Arikmr, CMG. Inepeeior qf Warlike Stores, Devonport... 
A Lockhart, Robert Dnndas Elliott 

6 Wood. Thomas, Adj. i Apr. 75 ..... 

7 Hitchins, Thomas Martyn 



ax Dec. 59 
aa Dec. 59 
33 Dec. 59 
33 Dec. 59 
33 Dec. 59 
33 Dec. 59 
33 Dec. .S9 
32 Deo. 59 
23 Dec. 59 

19 June 60 

19 June 60 
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19 June 60 
19 June 60 
19 June 60 
19 June 60 
19 Juno 60 
19 June 60 
I Oct. 57 
19 June 60 
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6 Jan. 73 



35 Aug. 77 
10 Sept. 77 
xOct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
X Oct. 77 
X Oct. 77 

xOct. 77 

I July 77 
X Oct. 77 
X Oct. 77 
7 Nov. 77 
7 Nov. 77 

7 Not. 77 
34 Nov. 77 
34 Nov. 77 
34 Nov. 77 

15 Dec. 77 
X Jan. 78 
a Jan. 78 

xoJan. 78 
xoJan. 78 

6 Feb. 78 

30 Feb. 78 

30 Feb. 78 
X3 Mar. 78 

13 Mar. 78 
13 Mar. 78 
13 Mar. 78 
10 Apr. 78 
17 Apr. 78 

8 June 78 
x8 June 78 

7 Aug. 78 

x6 0ct. 78 

16 Oct. 78 

16 Nov. 78 
26 Nov. 78 

5 Dec. 78 
X Jan. 79 
I Jan. 79 
19 Feb. 79 
19 Feb. 79 

17 May 79 
17 May 79 
as Ma/ 79 
37 June 79 

1 July 79 
I July 79 
IS July 79 
23 July 79 
33 Aug. 79 
37 Aug. 79 
37 Aug. 79 
30 Aug. 79 

9 Sept.79 

TO Sept.79 

13 Sept.79 
4 Oct. 79 



4 GmUsmmm, Frank 

Mooro-Lant, MaUland, 



Adjutant Norfolk Militia ArtilUrg 



34 Apr. 7a 
4 May 7* 

15 May 7a 
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7 June 7a 

6 July 73 
17 July 7a 
ao July 7a 

35 Sept. 73 

3 Nov. 72 

23 Nov. 73 
33 Nov. 72 
23 Nov. 73 
23 Nov. 72 
33 Nov. 7a 
33 Nov. 7a 
33 Nov. 73 
33 Nov. 73 

7 Nov. 69 
33 Nov. 73 
23 Nov. 73 
33 Nov. 73 



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19 June 60 33 Nov. 73 
19 Jane6o|Ti Dec. 73 
19 June 60 XX Dec. 73 



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19 June 60 
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70 



• Eoyal Artillery, 



CAPTA.XX8. 

NiooIaSy Francis Gannmowe,] 

Aij, 4 Feb. 74 J 

B Blackwood, Price Frederic 



1. Wright, Willirtm Henry 

Warrf, Arthur, Brigade Majors ) 

PwUvMUth i 

p.9.e. XnoUyt, Henry , Brigadel 

Major, Alderehot S 

Gardiner, Spencer, Ac^. 24 July 75 
c Browne, Henry Robert Yates > 

{St.MaJor^ 39 Nov. 79) } 

..4 Thomson, Charles William 

Nind, Frederick WiUiam, Adf.\ 
attd Qr-Maeter R.M. Academy S 

B Carey, Frederick William 

Duihie, WiUAam Henry Moore, ) 

Brigade Major B.A, JDover ... S 

Zewee, Friee, Jnepeetor of War- 'i 

like Storee, 4re., Provineee of \ 

ISfooa Scotia, <^o ) 

7 Maclean, Allan Henry 

Parlby , Gerald Charles Hall 

Woollcombe, Edward, Instructor "i 

in Ounneiy, Woolwich } 

Morley, Clervaux, p.a.c, Froof \ 

Matter, Woolwich J 

8iewart,BobertMeOrigor,D.A.(l ) 
M. Qen, Bengal iSt.Mtyor, aa V 

Nov. 79) ) 

7 Cooke, Thomas Charles 

10 Yeatman-BigffSjA.GodolphinW*") 

on epecialeeny. C. of Good Hope $ 

Sooke, Harry Wm., Adj. Lanea-X 

MhireArL MUitia ) 

McCUntoek, William,p.a.c 

6 Harrieon, Pewherton,*^ Adj. 4") 

Saet Biding Art. Vol S 

Bainbridge, Edmond,p.a.e. Dept *> 

Hf Director cf Art. and Storee ... i 

o Tamer,AlfiredEdwd.,.i4;.7 Apr.79 

Brough, James Fox 

1. Long, Cha. Wigram,j4<y.6 Oct. 75 
Hardinge, Henry Houghton, Adj. \ 

Qalway ArtiUery MUUia S 

Pearee, Arthur Nopier, Brigade^ 

Major, School ofaunnery } 

5 Bpragge, Charles Henry 

€hnM, Alexander,^^ Adjutant ) 

Durhati Artillery MUUia f 

Pmm, <S'a«a.,i?fmMMi«r, Poriemouih 
10 Wall, James 



LXIUT. . CXPTAIir. 



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iNov 

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I Nov. 
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z8 Dec. 60 



pa.e.Clayton, Emiliu*, H.M. Vice \ 

Coneul at Van i 

1 Loraine.Fred.BlrinsBlakeney,') 

A.D.C.toMaj. General Turner} 

Semone, WMoughby Bathuret 

8 Anderson, Archibiud James 

Irwin, De la Cheroie Thomas 

KensiMion, Sdgar, p.a.c. InH.) 

in Matkewtaiies, Canada, wiihV 

local rank of Mafor ) 

7 P.S.C. Rothwell, John Sutton 

GaskeU, Thomas,A4J. Fife Artil- 1 

leryMUiHa i 

c Campbell, Alexander 

7 Carlile, William Ogle : 

9 Davies, Allan Bedtbrd 

xo Logan, Alfired 

Sandesi Henry Thos. Thompson, ) 
Adj. X Adm. Br. W.B. York- \ 
shire Art. Volunteers ) 

Dos Barres,Augustus Henry John, ) 
Ai^. to Col Hon. v. M. Fraser) 

3 Carr, Theodore 

c Shell, Hexiry 

4 Lawrie, James Adair 

B Tollner, Barrett Leimard 

(yCaUaghan, Deem, Dykes Tynte, ] 
Aesist. Supt. of Experiments, V 
Shodmryness ) 

5 Perry, Lionel Frederick 

B Lookyer, Edmund Stonghton*) 

Braithwaite ) 

3 Nash, Edmund Webb 

Slade, John Bamsay 

10 Ford, Charles Edm. Hawkshawe 

Poole, J. Muscombe, Brigade^ 

Mey'or, Cape of Good Hove ... J 

8 Bobin8on,JohnCorsane(£^c{;or, ) 

XX Nov. 78). .y i 

6 TumbuU, Geo. Wilmot Maiiland 
Larcom, Sir Charles, Bart.*^\ 

Adj. Sligo Artillery MUitia ... / 
Beaty-Pownall, Oeorge Albert, ^ 



Adjutant Argyll and Bute AH. 



ifUitia 
k Pipon, Henry 



II 



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60 la Apr. 73 
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60 16 Apr. 73! 
60! 16 Apr. 73 
60 10 May 73 
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8 Oct. 73 

8 Oct. 73 

39 Oct. 73 

39 Oct. 73 
39 Oct. 73 

17 Dec. 73 

7 Deo. 73 

4 Feb. 74 

4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 74 

18 Feb. 74 
11 2£ar. 74 
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T I Mar. 74 

60 XI Mar. 74 
60 II Mar, 74 

9 May 74 



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18 Deo. 

19 Dec. 
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19 Dec. 60 



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15 Oct. 6z 
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18 Dec. 61 

18 Dec. 61 

t8 Dec. 6z 

18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
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18 Dec. 6x 
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xoOct. 74 
!o Oct. 74 
xo Oct. 74 

xoOct. 74 

10 Oct. 74 
zoOct. 74 

17 Oct. 74 

11 Nov. 74 

34 Nov. 74 

35 Nov. 74 

35 Nov. 74 

35 Nov. 74 
7 Jan. 75 
13 Jan. 75 
x6 Jan. 75 
x6Jan. 75 

x6Jah. 75 

16 Jan. 75 

z6Jan. 75 

x6Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 

16 Jan. 75 

7 Feb. 75 
7 Feb. 75 
10 Feb. 75 



x8Dec. 61 j 10 Feb. 75 
x8 Dc-c. 61 10 Feb. 75 



ClPTAIVS. 

A. Freeman, Robert Peere WilUams. 

1. Molesworth, St. Aubyn 

10 p.s.e. Maurice, John Fredk.,**') 

special eeroiee, Natal J 

A. MarshaU, George Henry 

Geary, Hamilton, p.a.c, Intp. of\ 

Warlike Stores, Hong Kong ... J 

Souper, Charles Edward. A4j.\ 

Limerick City Art. Militia J 

3 Disney, Thos. Roht./'^Acijuiant \ 

I July 77 ; 

Day, John, Adj. Isle of Wight ) 

ArtUUry MUitia ...: $ 

Keith, James, Adjutant of Ar- \ 

tiUery, Candahar Force > 

Hutchineon, William Lacy, Adj. ) 

Xent Art. Militia { 

Lanning, Bohert Alfred 

Robson, John Castell"* 

9 Firebrace, Geora^e 

8 Auchinleck, William Henry 

3 Alleyne, James'^ iBt.Mty or, 29 \ 

Nov. 79) / 

8 Wighton, Edward 

5 Maliins, William 

B Carr^, George Tennant*» 

a Greer, Carlile"* 

B Hare, Robt.Powel 

8 Burt, Norman Maodoziald 

X Peimethome, Lee Percy 



Hubbaek, Henry Walter John, \ 
Ae^'utant, School qf Gunnery S 

xo Piatt, Wadham Pigott 

p.s.c. Lloyd, Thomas Henry, \ 
Brigade Major B.A. Sheemese ) 

B Klngscote, Henry Blomfleld 

8 Ricnmond, Felix 

8 Shippard, WalkinsO.Courtney'B? 
p.e.c. Hawkins, George Walter. 



Legge. Wm. Vincent, Adjutant, > 
Cardigan ArUUery MiOtia ... j 

8 Georges, William Pavne 

3 Beadnell, Charles Edward 

p.s.c. Boberts, Francis, Instructor \ 

in MU. Surveying, B.M. CoUege ) 

Feilden, Haughton Montaaue J., \ 

p. a.c. Brigade Major, Gibraltar } 

5 p.t.c. Browne, Jas. H. Granville, ) 

Garrieon Instructor, Curragh . T 

Clarke, Marehall James 

8 Bayly, George Cecil 

Housioun, James Flower, Adj. 1 \ 

Adm.Br. Cheshire AH. Vol ) 

CambieTfEmeet Frederick 

Budge, Walter Beginald, Adj, 



Adm. Brig. Ayrshire Art. VoU. j 
X Langley, William Savage'^*) 

{Br.Major, DubUn) ) 

IX Roberts, Howland 

4 Grey, Charles Francis Baring, \ 

Adjutant i Aug. 78 S 

6 Sharp, William Edwards 

HaMday, Stratford Charles, Adj. ) 

I Adm.Brig.East York AHiUery \ 

Volunteer* J 

IX Whateley, William, A.dj. \ Apr. 79 

1. Smyth, Horatio Francie 

X Knox, Francis Blake. A.D.C. to \ 

Zieut. General PhUlpotU > 

p.s.c. Pratt, Sisson Cooper,^^\ 

Professor B. M. Academy I 

3 Sorell, William HeniyFredk.*". . . 
Brinkley,Franeis,DHll Instruc- \ 

tor to Japanese .} 

s Ferrier, Alexander Walter. :.>..*"... 
xz Graves, I^rancis Lowry, j».o.c ... 

7 Parry, Gilbert Sidney 

Barker, Francis Wm. James,*** ) 

Firemaster, Malta f 

Empeon, Charles Angleeea, Adju- \ 

tant 3 LaneashireAH. Volunteers ) 

7 Curtis, William Frederick de) 

Hubbenet^* S 

9 Dolphin, Harry Edmund *^ 

3 Ditmas, Francis Frederick 

Morgan, Harrison Boss Lewin ... 
z Saunders, Arthur Augustus, S 

./l(:{/tttonf X March 79 } 

13 Corbett, Richard 

9 Pearson, Arthur James 

Buckle, John Wm. Adj. a Adm.Bt. \ 

Northumberland AH. Vol / 

z Gregory, William Villeneuve 

Graham, Charles Senhouse, Adi. \ 
X Adm.Bria.Gloucester»hireB.VS 

I Taylor, William 

7 Will, George , ^; 

Digitized by VljiJ^ 



LXXUT. I CAPTAIir. 



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18 Dec. 61 

18 Dec. 61 

18 Deo. 61 

18 Deo. 6z 

18 Deo. 61 

18 Dec. 61 

x8Dec. 6z 

35 June 63 

25 June 63 
35 June 63 
35 June 6a 
25 Juno 62 

35 June 63 

35 June 62 
35 June 62 
35 June 62 
25 June 63 
35 June 62 
25 June 62 
35 June 63 

25 June 6a 

25 June 6a 

I Sept. 62 

I Sept. 62 
I Sept. 63 
I Sept. 63 
17 Deo. 63 

17 Dec. 63 

17 Dec. 63 
17 Dec. 6a 

•7 Dec. 6a 
37 Jan. 63 

13 Feb. 63 

33 Feb. 63 
I Mar. 63 

X Mar. 63 

X Mar. 63 

X Mar. 63 

X Mar. 63 
X Mar. 63 
X Mar. 63 
X Apr. 63 



X Apr. 63 

I Apr. 63 
I Apr. 63 

i Apr. 63 

34 June 63 

34 June 63 

'34 June 63 

34 Juno 63 
24 June 63 
24 Juno 63 

24 June 63 
27 Juno 63 

6 July 63 

15 July 63 
1 Sept. 63 
I Sept. 63 

X Sept. 63 

X Sept, 63 
XI Sept. 63 

19 Sept. 63 
3 Oct. 63 
10 Oct. 63 
13 Oct. 63 
J63 



10 Feb. 75 
10 31ar. 75 

10 Mar. 75 

10 Mar. 75 

10 Mar. 75 

10 Mar. 75 
X Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 75 

1 Apr. 75 
z Apr. 75 
z Apr. 75 
r Apr. 75 

14 Apr. 75 

14 Apr. 75 
24 Apr. 75 
9 June 75 

14 July 75 
24 July 75 
24 July 75 

8 Sept. 75 

8 Sept.75 

8 Sept. 75 

8 Sept.7S 

8 Sept.75 
22 Sept.75 
22 Sept. 75 

33 Sept.75 

ao Oct. 75 

38 Oct. 75 

39 Oct. 75 

17 Nov. 75 

34 Nov. 75 

8 Deo. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 

33 Dec. 75 
X Jan. 76 
I Jan. 76 
X Jan. 76 

X Jan. 76 

X Jan. 76 
I Jan. 76 

X Jan. 76 

X Jan. 76 

z Jan. 76 

X Jan. 76 

X Jan. 76 
X Jan. 76 

15 Jan. 76 

X5 Jan. 76 
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X5 Jan. 76 

x8Feb. 76 
31 Feb, 76 
XX Mar. 76 

XZ Mar. 76 

14 Mar. 76 

39 Apr. 76 

89 Apr. 76 
xoMay 76 
14 May 76 
14 May 76 
19 Juue>76 



Boyal ArtilUfy, 



71 



SB Azmeslej, Oliver Fras. Theodore 
Murpks^CMlWUliamEtmonde^^^ 
Com. of Ord. xtt Cla9$, Poona 
Antral 
Waet^uAard (BiMaj. 33 Sor. '79) 



•iirMorse,p.a.e 
f^ SpUUr. 



s B.*^. Law, William 

iDsTies, J JLng . So' 

WatkU^ Henry i 

4 (HUirazit, Edward Albert 

pjLc^Fbf , JFaUerE«sfimald,D.A.A. \ 

4- Q. M. a. Cap* of Good Hope > 

SfoM, Jekn Qrakam, AtaiMant Su- \ 

jeruUend^mt qf Factories, Bti^al ) 

4 Wallace. Bobert Hugh 

Swing, Jameft Peters 

10 Taylor, Frederick Heiiry,«>*^i- > 

jmiami 6 Mwrch 79 } 

6 Williama, Richard Francis 



5 Torkizigton, Hemy 
Walker, Herbert Jno. Oachter- ) 

lony (Bemount 3§tabU»hmeni) ) 

6 BaQy, John Ford 

10 Sodge, Samuel 

pa.e. DmgdaU, Arthur Oeorge,') 

Brigade K(vor,R. Ari., York S 

Hmmdjf, Bodmew Edward, Adj.\ 

C^rh CUj AH, Militia ) 

Mmrray,8itwart,Oom. ofOrd.9nd\ 

Cla»»,Bemgal $ 

Wfune, Oiorge CUwuiU, 

In^rmetor in j£atkematie$, 

Miliim Academy 
xz Curun, Joseph Albert 

Baddetew, Faul Fred. Michael 

3 Browell, Edward Thomas, Ad- j 

imtamt i March 79 j 

4 tiamiUon, Constantdne Heary ... 

4 Ptunkett, Robert Hastings) 

Willoughby i 

5 Damvile, Barry Francis 

•, Albert BeauckampAitley, 
. 1 Adm.Bri^. F^eekireAH. 



mt, p.a.e.\ 
iie$, Boyal V 



any 1 
Cooper, Albert Bet 
Adj. I " ^ 
Veia, 



5 Vaughan, Henry {Btjff^jor, 29 

Nov. 79) $ 

4 Boawens, Lambart Hemy 

9 Wiokham, Charles Brenton 

6 ICorgan, Thomas Llewellyn 

6 Gower, George Henry 

4 9a,€. Bawea, William Woodward 
6 Bden, William Alexander 

5 Tabor, John Minnitt 

» Skldonfl, Henry George Fombelle 

6 Uke, Edward 

:x BiaU, William Augustus 

8 fikowne, Augustus,^'. z6Not. 78 

2 Blakal^, Edward 

Cmmdill, John Poneonbv, p.a.c.^ 
Amet. Inet., Boyal Laboratory 



T, Alfred Foulger.. 

amUh^ Ckarlee Mitchell .. 

Whde, Arthmr WeUeeley, 

Dept, ^ the Director qfA\ 

II Newman, Arthur Alexander 

nSemtaway, Charles William 

BreadfM^Arthibald?^ 

S Alvea, John Morison 

7 QBayliB..James Speddin^w 

I Gifleq»ie, James Carnegie, Adj, ) 

4 Jan. 7S i 

3 Reward, Frederic 

I FUbct. George Herbert^^ 

fjtjt. Walker, Arthmr Qreeu-) 
mod, Inet. •» MilUafy Drawing, V- 

leyalMOUaryAeademy ) 

Bmler, WoodSmm, P-o-e., In$p, ) 
amaU Arm* Fact<^, Enfield ...} 

9P<<i«.8ary, John Thomas 

21 Freeman, Geo. Tindal, A.D.C. t 
temrF. BeberU (Bt.Mqjor, 22 \ 
Nov. 79) ) 

9 Beaver, FhUip Keith Lonsdale ... 

3 Powlefet, Norton 

8 Brown. Charles Edward 

aOrmdK, BichardWaUer, Camm, \ 

e/ Orimce, 3rd Claee, MadraeS 

I Cnstobadie, Henry Holmes 

pxe. WaUord, JfevUle LloydA 

lmetr.Mli.CcU. J" 

Snedfrmm,Jehm Douglas 

a Joaseiyn, James Edward 

5 CcrftL William Davies 

9 Cnuikij, George Hunter 

X BobiBBOB, Francis Matthew 

Bw±le, Dudley WillJam, ^'.) 
taaimArtiUwgMmia ) 



18 Deo. 63 

35June62 
12 Jan. 64 

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19 Jan. 64 

9 Feb. 64 
I Mar. 64 
32 Mar. 64 

22 Mar. 64 

32 Mar. 64 

12 Apr. 64 
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12 Apr. 64 

3 May 64 
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14 June 64 

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16 Aug. 64 

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30 Aug. 64 

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zz Oct. 64 
xz Oct. ' 
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28 Oct. 
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9 Deo. 64 
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33 Dec. 64 



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9 Aug. 76 

9 Aug. 76 
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z Sept^76 
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21 Oct. 



33 Dec. 64 

23 Dec. 64 
23 Dec. 64 
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3 Mar. 65 
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24 Mar. 65 
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z8 July 65 

z8 July 6s 
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76 

2x Deo. 76 

tzDeo. ,. 

z8Jan, 77 

29 Jan. 77 

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27 Feb. 77 

z Apr. 77 
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x Apr. 77 
xo Apr. 77 
zo Apr. 77 

xo Apr. 77 

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30 Apr. 77 

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4 Oct. 77 
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7 Nov. 77 
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7 Nov. 77 



Captains. 
Moore, OeoraeMontgomerie JTohn.., 

Conadon, John Jamee 

de MaryUki, Bohert, Firemaeter, > 

Gibraltar S 

7 Adams, Edward Willoughby 

X Rainsford - Hauuav, Ramsay \ 

Wm. Aditttant 17 Oct. 79 ) 

9 Gamble, JCillaly 

5 Uppleby, JohntJeorge 

3 Radford, Arthur 

xo lanes, Francis Newell 

9 Freeth, James Plomer 

3 Allen, George Burp^es 

4 Smyth, Samuel Gardiner 

7 Newcome, Henry George, Ad^'. j 

X Jan. 79 S 

6 Crookenden, Hen. Humphreys, \ 

at Staff College } 

7 Hewitt, Jas. Robert Silver Oliver 
3 Nutt, James Anson Francis 



x8 July 6s 

18 July 65 

x8 July. 65 

x2 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 
2 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 
X2 Jan. 66 



2 Jan. 66 12 Mar. 78 
12 Jan. 66 ij Mar. 78 

12 Jan. 66 x 



ypford, Arthur Bouverie, D.A.") 
Ji.M. &en. Bombay S 



3 Fx^snch, Francis Horace . 

6 Armytage, Arthur Henry 

9 Cotton, Walter, Adj. 4 1Fe$t Bid- > 

ing Bifie Volunteer* ) 

xo Prmgle, Airred Lionel 

8 Denny, William Townsend Gun.. 

6 Dunnage, Arthur James 

3 Rigg, Henry AllVed"« 

9 Hanzian, James Frederick , 

Maekinlay, George 

II Martin, George Blake Napier 

XX Clarke, John Sheridan 

p.e.e. Jonee, Douglae Forde, on\ 
tpeeial dutv in Soumelia ) 

5 Gordon, William Lindsay Carnegie 

gDuthy, Archibald Edward 
Dunlop.HenryDonald.a^ Staff Coll. 

6 Legard, James Digby 

3 Downing, Cameron Macartney > 

Harwood=«i* j 

X Anstruther, Alexander William... 
TUloUon, Lionel, Adjutant Hantt \ 

AHUlery Militia \ 

Watson, Bobert Samuel 

xo Mainguy, George Sandford 

XX Shore,2ron. Frederick William John 

Jervie, WalterNeU 

North, David, Firemaeter, Ceylon 

1 Archer, Frederick Lewie 

Tumbull, Henry John Lennox, > 

Adj. Suffolk Art. MUUia ) 

8 Walsh, Edward 

xo Blake, Charles John 

4 Smith, William Whitmore 

xo Elles, Edmond Roche, a/<9<(/jf Co;;. 

3 Russell, Hugh Percy 

XO Daniell, DeCourcy 

5 Haverfleld, Henry Wykeham^ 

Brook Tunstall „ j 

Skinner, FhUip Leighton Mae-) 
Gregor, f.a.c. snd Aeeitt. Supt. [■ 

of Jbxpenmente, Shoeburyneu ) 

Aitken, WtlUam 

X Atchison, Charles Henry 

X Mackintosh, William John 

3 Martin, William 

5 Wileon, George Frederick *.... 

5 Riddell, W^ter 

9 Cruickshimk.FletcherHayesGrant 
xo p.».e. Smith, Walter Wm.MaiTiott... 

Crofton, Henry *^^ 

8 Barron, Harry 

X Yorke, Frederick Augustus 

Blandy, Wm. Foyute (Advanced\ 
Claee) j 

8 HeUard, Henry BetteewoHh 

5 Stephenson, Keppel 

XO Knox, William George^i 

9 Buckle, Edmund 

xo Evans, Edward Benjamin 

7 Stevens, George Morton 

5 Vibart» Francis MeredithEdmund 

7 Bigg, Frederick 

d,e. Hay, Edward Owen 

8 Morgan, Frederick Cyril 

2 Smith, William Ogden 

7 Freeth, Sampson Plomer FrdUc.*»* 

4 Griffiths, Algernon Sydney .... 
Johneon, Edward Armstrong, 2nd 

Claee Commiteary of Ordnance, 

Aden Arsenal 

xo Turner, Frederick Mansel,^* 
2 Adm.Br. Lancashire Art, Voi 
f Yerbury, John Willaim, 



fl] 



x8 July 65124 Nov. 77 
x8 July 65 24 Nov. 77 



24 Nov. 77 

15 Dec. 77 

X Jan. 78 

z Jan. 78 
2 Jan. 78 
9 Jan. 78 
6 Feb. 73 
20 Feb. 78 



X2 Jan. 66 

X2 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 

12 Jan. 66 

12 Jan. 66 
66 



12 Jan. 
23 Deo. 

Jan. 

30 Jan, 

30 Jan, 

30 Jan. 66 
7 July 66 
7 July 66 
7 July 66 
7 July 66 

7 July 66 

7 July 66 
7 July 66 
7 July 66 
7 July 66 

7 July 66 

7 July 66 

7 July 66 

7 July 66 

7 July 66 
5 Jan. 67 
5 Jan. 67 
S Jon. 67 
5 Jan. 67 

5 Jan. 67 

5 Jan. 67 
S Jan. 67 
5 Jan. 67 
5 Jan. 67 
S Jan. 67 
5 Jan. 67 

5 Jan. 67 

5 Jan. 67 

5 Jan. 67 
5 Jan. 67 
5 Jan. 67 
5 Jan. 67 
5 Jan. 67 
5 Jan. 67 
5 Jan. 67 
July 67 
o July 67 
o July 67 
;o July 67 

July 67 

o July 67 
o July 67 
[o July 67 
o July 67 
o July 67 
o July 67 
o July 67 
o July 67 
o July 67 

8 Jan. 68 
8 Jan. 68 
8 Jan. 68 
8 Jan. 68 

8 Jan. 68 



13 Mar. 78 

13 Mar. 78 

13 Mar. 78 
X Apr. 78 

I Apr. 78 

I Apr. 78 

7 Apr. 78 

10 Apr. 78 

14 Apr. 78 
X7 Apr. 78 
23 Apr. 78 

23 May 78 
25 May 78 
25 May 78 

25 May 78 

8 June 78 

x8 June 78 
X Aug. 78 
7 Aug. 78 
7 Aug. 78 
7 Aug. 78 

7 Aug. 78 

24 Aug. 78 

z8 Sept. 78 

x6 0ct. 78 
16 Oct. 78 
16 Oct. 78 
19 Oct. 78 
16 Nov. 78 
x6 Nov. 78 

26 Nov. 78 

27 Nov. 78 

29 Nov. 78 
X Dec. 78 
5 Dec. 78 

9 Dec. 78 
14 Dec. 78 

30 Deo. 78 

31 Deo. 78 

31 Dec. 78 

3x Dec. 78 

31 Dec. 78 

31 Dec. 78 

3x Dec. 78 

31 Dec. 78 

31 Dec. 78 

31 Dec. 78 

I Jan. 79 

I Jan. 79 

x Jan. 79 

x Jan. 79 

X Jan. 79 
13 Jan. 79 
23 Jan. 79 
23 Jan. 79 

26 Jan. 79 
30 Jan. 79 
x9 Feb. 79 

z Apr. 79 
X Anr. 79 

8 Apr. 79 
XX May 79 
x7 May 7Q 

27 June 79 

X July 79 



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8 Jan. 
8 Jan« 

in. 



X July 79 
X July 79 



72 



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Liinr. 



I 



S J 

S Jan. 68 
a Jan. 68 
3 Jan. 63 
S Jan. 68 

e Jan. 



6a J 1 July 79 
I July 79 
I JiiJy 79 
I July 79 

15 July 79 



63 

§ Jan. 68 
J 11 July m 
15 July 63 



23 July 79 

33 July 79 1 
^ Aug. 79i 
t6 Auk. 79 



Captaiits. 

xz Baldook, William Stanford 

9 Ku*$e^, Peter, Aij.FoffarArt.UU. 
Tates, Henry Townley Scott 

6 Preston, Henry Edward 

7 Rogers, John Peverell 

Seott, Charlee Henry, Ant. Supt. } 

of Faetoriett Bengal S 

2 Hadaway, Georpre Rowley 

a Cotton, Edward Thomas Davenant 

Curling, Henry Thomas 

_ Purdy. Robert 

9 Waterfleld, Donald MacKenzie ) 
Dunlop i 

8 Fowler, William James 

4 Brackenbury, Edward Fenwick... 

II Blackburn, Peter 

10 Walter, Frederick Edward , 
a Bumdge, Francis John 15 July 68 

North, Roger;Charles Edward. ■ 
Adj. 1 Adm. Brig. Norfolk Art. 
VoU 

6 Hammond, Peter Heniy 

8 Sclater. James Robert Charles . 

1 1 Montgomery, Robert Arthur, at 

Sto^f College ,, ^ ^ 

Nixon, Arundel James '15 .Tuly 6S 13 Supt,79l 

11 Murray. HonryStowart 15 July 6»^7 Sopt.79 

9 Lugard, HenryTravers '13 Jan, 69 ao Sept. 79 

3 Lyall.Henry '«3 Jan. 69135 ^ppt. 

7 Leach, John i«3Jan. 

4 Dalton, James Cecil 13 Jan, 

9 Campbell, William Massen |i3 Jnn. 69 

9 Chapman, Lionel James Archer 13 Jnn. 6t) 14 No^. 79 

Selfe, Sidney Oerard Frederick ...13 Jan. 6915 Nov. 79 
n Russell, Charles 13 Jan, 

LlBVTlVAVTS. 



X5 J:ijy 6a^i6Aug. 791 

15 July 6fi!i6 Aug. 79 

IS July 68'i6 Auff. 79 
15 July 6S 23 Aug. 79 
15 July 68 a; AniT. 79 
5 Julv 63\i7 Auif. 79I 
* ^ -^7 Aug- 79 

IS July 63 17 Aug. 79' 

15 July 6S[i7 Aug. 79 
15 Ja]y 68 1=7 Amir- 79| 
IS July 68 ,37 Aug* ;9i 



to the^ 



LlBVTXHAlTTS. 

B Rich, Charles Carroll «» 

Fawkee, Lionel OrimeUm, A.D.C. 
Governor qf Barbadoee 

2 Perrott, Thomas 

3 Swinton, John James 

IX Jooelyn, Julian Robt John, at Stqf College 

B Fowell, Newton Plomer 

c Price, George Richardson 

2 Wynell-Mayow, ]tfayow 

o Dawson, Henir Philip 

A Brackenbury, Herbert Williiun 

Boberteon, Robert William Peacock 

xo O'Sulliyan, Eugene Oyerbeck 

c Hunt, Henry Vaaghan 

5 Newton, William Henry 



3 Lowther, William Gorges** ' 4 Jan. 



B Coker, Lewis Edmund . 

B Roch, Thomas James 

B Rochfort, Alexander Nelson 

I RoBseter. James Hurley 

Frith, Warren Saatinge, Peehawur Moun- 
tain Battery 

8 Bonrke, Gerald , 



!| 9 Davenport, Frederic Allen. . 



., - - .9 
6925 Sept. 79 
59|«7 BepL79 
4 Oct, 79 



69I15 Not. 79 

1. 1 HUT, 



10 Mayhew, Thomas 'j3 Jmi 



c Foote, Francis Onslow Harrington 
g.c. Bingham, Edmund George Henry, Limt. 
of a Company of QentUmen Cadett , 

8 Arbnthnott, "Walter Charles Warner M Jan. 

xo Lloyd, Graham Moore ,.'15 Jan 



Standbridge, Edmund Baker | 7 July t^ 

7 July (9 
7 July rj9 

7 July ('-■■9\ 



10 Walker, Edgar Holford 
B Mayne, Charles Hardlnge Hawtrey 

B Western, Charles Ma ximili a n 

c Rowley, Hon. William Chambrtf .... 

7 Davidson. William Leslie 

Lindeay, Ckarlee Carmiehael 

A Baker, Robert Henry Sherston 7 July ^9 

9 Nugent, Nagent Jonathan ..,..,. .J 7 July t^ 

XI Miles, Philip William Herbert | 7 July 69; 

B AUsopp, Ranulph 7 July 69; 

Fairttougk, Samuel Oerrard, Inetruetor B.\ „ t„i_ /• I 
^ - iiin Coll. (wUh local rank qf Captain) ) \ 7 ^^y ^, 
, Arthur John, A.D.C, to Sir E. Wood 



7 Freeland, John Albert Scott 

A Hotham, John 

c Woods, Hans Charles Maunsell 

Maitland, Reginald Paynter 

1 Owen, George Pridham 

B Beaver, Frederick Tyssen Mackinlay 

I c Kelly, Edward David 

6 Dawson, Edward Frederick**® 

I A Dalbiac, Henry ShoUey 

B Casev, Charles Leslie 

Dean- Pitt, DougUu CharUe, Aide de Camp\ 

to Qooemor qf^Bombay > 

B Watson, Solomon 

A Newbigging, Patrick Charles Eric 

Frith, John Sabatier, Aide de Camp to the ^ ^ ^ 

Governor of Bombay S *^' ' 

I Dalrymple, Francis Bertram 

3 Lane, Alfred Luther 

Pengree, Henry Hewitt 

3 King, Robert Ambrose Cecil 

c Phillimore, William George 

c Challenor. George Richards 

7 Bowles, Frederick Augustus 

Wace.ErnettCharlee 

7 July ^5^j! 9 Sharland, Arthur Henry Hodges 

7 July t>g ! B Campbell, Frederick William .... 

6 Barlow, Maurice John 



13 Jan 
13 Jau 



23 July 70 
X Dec. 70 

I Dec. 70 
4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
4Jiui. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 7x 
4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 7f 
4 Jan. 71 
71 
71 
71 
7* 
71 

71 



4 Jan. 
4 Jan. 
4 Jan. 
4 Jan. 

4 Jan. 

4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 

2 Aug. 71 

2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 



2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 
15 Dec. 71 
IS Dec. 71 
15 Dec. 71 
15 Dec. 71 
15 Dec. 71 
15 Deo. 71 
15 Dec. 71 
15 Dec. 71 
A Mackenzie. Samuel Kenneth 115 Dec. 71 



Canadian Coll. {fcUh local rank qf Captain) y 
~"gge» Arthur John, .4.2). C. to Sir E. Wood 
Loekyer, Walter Nevill 7 July 6^ 



Bigg 



7 Ord, Frederick Cusac 

9 Tydd, William James, Inepeefor qf Police, \ 

Itlandqf Sl.Vineent J 

Whitehome. Arthur Howard 

c Hepbume, Robert Gordon Webb 

11 Fraser, Arthur Reginald 

1 Repton, Humphrey Thomas Hugh 

c Maynard, William Augustus 

A Spencer, John Winston Thomas 

so Fanshawe, George Dalrymple 

B PUyfair, George James 

A Kmght, Henry 

Jerooie, Henry Napier 

Q Wodehouse, Edwin Frederick 

c Trollope, Edward Charles 

Moore, George Robert 

Monck-Maeon, Gordon George'^* 

A Eustace, Francis John William 

II Jackson, Henry Moore 

A Hanson, Alfred William 

Baker, Jamee Volant Vaahon, Inepector of\ 

Warlike Storee, Mauritiue ) 

Hoggan, William Brooke 

Coke, Edward Beresford 

B Pollard'Urquhart, Francis Edw. Romulus 

A Trotter, James Keith 

B Aylmer, Frederick Arthur 

2 Ti-ist, Richard Pincher Warren 

1 Monckton, Philip Edmund**^ 

A Long, Charles James 23 July 70' 

Parsons, Lawrence Worthington 123 July 70! 

A Loyd, Alfred Kirkman 23 July 70J 

B Denison, ifoM. Henry Charlea 1 23 July 70! 

A Scarlett, Robert Lawrence '23 July 70 

c Radclifi*. Francis William '23 July 70 

Clarke, William Jamee, Inepector Warlike \\ t ,w ' 

Storee, Bermuda _ j »3 July 70; 

9 Wade, Arthur Gregory ScrocoM 23 July 7o[| 



Bunbury, Herl^ert Napier . 

9 Baker, Eden Moyle 

4 Walford, William Sworder 

B Slade, Frederick George 

7 July 69 , 4 Graham , Walter Ferrier 

^ ^ ' A Saunders, Macan WiUlam . 



7 July 691 

7 July 69' 

8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 7c 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 701 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 

8 Jan. 70 

8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70) 
23 July 70 



15 Dec. 7f 
15 Dec. 7t 
15 Deo. 71 
15 Dec. 7x 
15 Dec. 71 

15 Dec. 71 

B Suart, William Hodgson UsDec. 71 

15 Deo. 71 
15 Dec. 71 
15 Dec. 71 
15 Dec. 71 
15 Dec. 71 
15 Dec. ^x 
15 Dec. 71 
6 Jan. 73 
6 Jan. 73 
6 Jan. 7a 

6 Jan 



A Campbell, Henry Alexander. 
TO Coffey, Charles Edward 

Bccan, Reginald Johnetone 

c Hall, Francis Henry 

c Hervey, Constantino Rodney William 

A Flint, Edward Montagu 

B Hamilton, Peter Fisher Percival 

A Skipton, Charles Stewart 

o Robertson, John Albert 

B Maclaine, Hector 

WilUmghby, Herbert Percioal, Aeeiet. Sup. 1 

qf Faotoriee, Bengal j 

8 Blwes, Ernest Veness*** 

2 Carter, Francis Tilson Shaen 

Seymour, Wilton Winektcorih March. In»p. \ 
of Warlike Storee, Cape of Good Hope ... j 

B Thring, WiUiam Powlett 

10 Howie, Thomas Stickney 

B Scott, Hugh Aboukir 

A Montgomery, Alexander John 

B Kirwan, John Denis 

o Du Boulav, Ernest de Visme 

B Potts, John William Hastings 

g.c. Callwell, Albert Henry, Lieutenant of a') 

Company of Gentlemen Cadete / 

A Wodehouse, Josceline Heneage 

2 Banister, FitzGerald Muirson 

o M'Donncll, John 

c Temple, John 

7 Herrmg-Cooper, Charles Hollier 

2 Skinner, Francis Nugent Macgregor 

7 Hardy, William Eversley 

4 Beaumont. Gtoorge Howland William 

B Coxhead, James Alfred 

9 MacMahon, Percy Alexander 



^.e. Walker, Hy. Chesshyre Claughton,2>t«K- ') 
tenant of a Company of Gentlemen Cadete ) 

Digitized by V^jOO^^li^ 



7a 



6 Jan. 
6 Jan. 



7« 
7« 
6 Jan. 7a 

6 Jan. 72 
6 Jau. 72 
6 Jan. 7s 
6 Jan. 7a 
2 May 7a 
a May 71 
2 May 7a 

a May 71 

a May 7'. 
2 May 7s 
2 May 71 
2 May 75 
2 May 71 
a May 7 
a May 7 
a May 7 
a May 7 
la Sept. 7 

I a Sept. 7 



Eoyal Artillery, 



73 

LlBUTMTAirtB. I _ ^"^:J_- 

5 Bailward. Arthur Churchill 12 Feb. 74 

6 Hunter, Frederick Emeet Arundell j 1 2 Feb . 74 

5 Robertson, William John [12 Feb. 74 

II Howard, Cyrus Cosmo '12 Feb. 74 

5 Curtis, Hany Alexander Dyer ! 12 Feb. 74 

Keent, A\ft9d .12 Feb. 74 

5 Owen, Henry O'Brien liaFeb. 74 

8 Plant, WiUiam Arthur, Aid* dt Camp <o ) 1 ,, ™^y, _ . 

3 Bunn, William Frederick 1 12 Feb. 74 

3 Brady, Robert Masiere 12 Feb. 74 

s Loudon, Robert Dunn ' 12 Feb. 74 

3 Gamett-Botfleld, Walter Dubbon ! 12 Feb. 74 

Smia.Sdward Arthur 12 Feb. 74 

6 Holland, Ellis Charles Fletcher , 12 Feb. 74 

1 Sidney, Son, Algernon 12 Feb. 74 

6 Boteler, Francis Wilford |i2 Feb. 74 

6 Pratt, Arthur Spencer ,12 Feb. 74 

8 Blewitt, William Edward '12 Feb. 74 

Jbw«i, Gilbert SaUaun 12 Feb. 74 

4 Murphy, Francis Joseph 12 Feb. 74 

4 Maberfy, Charles Evan ,12 Feb. 74 

a Kuper, Charles Victor Bremer ;i2 Feb. 74 

A. Hawkshaw, Edward Crichton 12 Auk- 74 

4 Radcliflb, Derwentwater 12 Aug. 74 

3 Hansard, Arthur Clifton 17 Aug. 74 

6 Elliot, Edmund Halbert 17 Aug. 74 

4 Burton, Benjamin 17 Aug. 74 

I Allen, John Richard Howard 17 Aug. 74 

6 Stirling, James Wilfred 17 Aug. 74 

II Fowle,7rrenohard Frederic Thomas 17 Aug. 74 

II Duff, Beauohamp 17 Aug. 74 

II Rogers, BerreU Michael 17 Aug. 74 

7 Pell, John Percy 17 Aug. 74 

7 Simpson, John Murray 17 Aug. 74 

4 Harrison, Robert Arthur Gwynne :x7 Aug. 74 

5 Parsons, Charles Sim Bremndge 17 Aug. 74 

4 Urquhart, Walter Andrew 17 Aug. 7^ 

10 KeUie, Charles Wauchope 1 17 ^ug, 74 

4 Simpson, Henrv Cuthbert Connell Dnnlop 17 Aug. 74 

c Balfour, Wm. Edward Ligonier 17 Aug. 74 

4 Galton, Hubert George Howard 17 Aug. 74 

a Purvis, Alexander Burridge 17 Aug, 74 

Wfnfard,RowUf 17 Aug. 74 

8 Fleming, Edward William 28 Jan. 75 

9 Woods, George Edwin Annesley 28 Jan. 75 

I a Downing, David Fitzgerald 28 Jan. 75 

I 8 Townshend, George Robert 28 Jan. 75 

III Bell-Irving, Andrew 28 Jan. 75 

j 8 Nash, Edward 28 Jan. 75 

Sdater, Henry Crichton '28 Jan. 75 

8 Phillips, Thomas Vaughan Wynn 28 Jan. 75 

! I Simpson, Charles Napier 28 Jan. 75 

13 May, Edward Sinclair 28 Jan. 75 

6 Leach, Reginald Pemberton 28 Jan. 75 

3 Rowe, Ootavius 28 Jan. 75 

4 Boothby. Reginald Evelyn I28 Jan. 75 



HnrmrAires. | ''"^*- ' 

c Oakes, Begioald. >ia Sept. 7a 

1 Henriquas, Edward Nathaniel*"* la Sept.?? 

z Beaafort, Frauds la Sept.72 

7 Moirs7> JamsB Wolfs la 8ept.72. 

5 CSsssn, Ernest la Sept.7a 

3 Johnson, Siohard Francis xa 8ept.7a 

6 Prickstt, William Robert la Sept.72; 

liddM, Ammuhu Frtieriek, Aide de^ „ q«„t « 

CeM^tencen^ iff India ) i a Sept. 7a j 

I Barker, John Stewart Scott jia Sept.7a 

1 Bam^v; Frederic Brioe xa Sept.7a' 

8 Uansel, Alfred Iia Sept.7a 

A Etewat, Arthur Honstoun ,ia Sept.72j 

4 Willis, Charles Beaumont D'Anyers xa Sept.72 

A Weir, Oany George liaSept.7a; 

3 ConniBgham, JohnDacres 12 Bept.7a| 

" ■ * "■ ' xaSept.7a 



c Shirrsff; George Frederick Farqnharson... 

:i LvBter, Henry John 

A Itorr^, Arthur Mordannt 

1 Goold-Adams, Francis Michael 

c Sahmarahe, Philip 

A JefiV^ys, Henry £m>n 

x Fletdier, Walter Blunt 

A Hawkins, John William 

SUnd, Frtderiek Milhank 

» Pickiroad, Edwin Haj 

1 Ward, Edward 

Penlim, Artkmr Pole 

c Lad, Henry Welch 

fintt^ Jamea Laing, Aeeiatant 8uperin''\ 

lendeat ^Faetoriee, Zirkee } 

4 Becfaer, Edward French 

i Spencer, Gerald Robert 

IT Addison, Alexander DuprA 

a Emaa, Bowes Jjoalie ^ 

9 Smyth, Owen Stuart. 

6 Kngent, George 

I Syao, Cbarles Aloysins 

B Pbillpotts, Arthur Henry Croker 

jBaldock, Thomaa Stanford 

A Vanghan-Hughes, Bmost . 



xa Sept.7a> 
xa Sept. 7a I 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 1 

9 Jan. 73 

9 Jan. 73 1 
9 Jan. 73; 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 731 
9 Jan. 73! 
9 Jan. 73; 
9 Jan. 731 
9 Jan. 73 1 
•9 Apr. 73, 
39 Apr. 73, 
29 Apr. 73 i 
29 Apr. 73- 
*9Apr. 73 
a9Apr.73 

89 Apr. 73 1 
a9Apr. 73 
29 Apr. 73 

29 Apr. 73I 



i Saunders, William Arthur Gore 

4 Grieve, John Andrew 

LI. Cochrane. Blair Onslow 

4 aeeve, WiUiam Frederick 

3 Utt, Thomaa Stackhouse 

3 Farmer, Francis Colebrooke 

3 Gnxmer, Edward 

Ofd, St. John St. George t Aide de Camp to [ 
SirHarrfOrd ? 

5 Barton, Albert aoApr. 73 

5 Barton, Hubert 39 Apr. 73 

II Edwards, Eustace Gresley 39 Apr. 73 

£ Garden, Andrew Murray 39 Apr. 73 

7 Dannt, William Bainsford Mordaunt 139 Apr. 73 

Li. Wheble, James St. Lawrence 29 Apr. 73I 

i Waldron, Francis Ia9 Apr. 731 

c Howard-Vyse, Granville William Riohard{a9 Apr. 73 1 

I Bigg, Robert Addison a9 Apr. 73! 

A Kackett, Edward Umfreville a9 Apr. 73 

5 de Jer8ey,__Wllliam Grant {29 Apr. 73 

29 Apr. 73! 
XX Sept.73| 
XX Sept. 73' 
II Sept. 73! 
II Sept. 73 
IX Sept. 73 
II Sept.73 
II Sept.73 



ti PiieaUey, Edward John Kenworthey 

S Hadden, Charles Frederick 

3 Fpnton, Wilfrid David Bradley 

i Bninker, James Milford Sutherland. 

SkiTTM, >«*« Ckivae 

3 Cowan, Henry Vivian 

rai yt aa, Thomas Tweed 

e Rjpkins, Manley Ogden ^„,^ 

1 Bickards, Qyril Henry |ii Sept.73 

McCbntock. Leopold Alfred |xi Sept.73 

T7S<iei, William ui Sept.73 

'» Baoiford, Stephen Dickson !ii Sept.73J 



Darby, 1 

10 Aplin, Hugh Morgan 

X Lindsay, Walter Fullarton Ludovic 



5 Bannaune, Richard Allason 
^ 



Dunlop, Henry Cleland 

xo Hodgson, James Owen , 

a Kemson, Edmund Roger Allday , 

3 Thomas, Sir Godfrey vignoles, Bart, ... 
a King, William Frederick 

4 Western, Charles Maximilian Thomas 
xo Brereton, Walter Ebenezer 

5 Dunlop, James William 

9 Norton, Gilbert Frederick Allan 



IX Acton, Thomas Hampden Evans . 
Lward 



XI Sept.73 
II Bept.731 
IX Sept.73' 



>' lucaman, Btopford Cosby Iix Sept 73 

'Bwt, Arthur Henry Wilford 'xx Sept73' 

5 <^ialiffe, Foster Lionel Ixi Sept.73; 

" Jwaa. Terence England jii Sept. 73, 

J 5«vtan, John William Marsdin xx Sept.73' 

9 ft>!»e. William Hugh Edward 11 Sept.731 

■ Aafcgard, Claude Mason xx Sept.73 

> ^aca&ld, Thomas Wolrich Logan 

^ Wanle, St. Andrew Bruce 

^ JoTBCi, Robert 

4 0iborae, Edmund George, Adjutant, I ., q«_^ „ 

, Xo«rum Column .7..' ) ." S«Pt-73, 

I ArehdaU, James Blackwood 'ix Sept.73 

I JaUon, George Wade Robertson .xx Sept.73 

B ^'jodrow, Thomaa Henry Jackson |xi Sept73 

f^^f^m, Arthur Hewry iii Feb. 74 

Jc Bereaford, Marcus (xx Feb. 74 

s Dewar, David Krskine Ixi Feb. 74! 

* H^nte, William Howley Beaumont 'zx Feb. 74I 

»: Cr«sgfa. Arthur Gethin, Aide de Camp to > 1 « «^v. -. I 

^ "sirBanut WoleeUy.. j l" ^^^' ^4 

' Kelaan, Gerald Talbot xa Feb. 74 



7 Giles, George £d^ 

4 Haines, Robert Lewis 

6 Hickman, Huffh Palliser 

I Turner, Alfred Hevland Parratt 

5 Garston, Edgar John 

IX Churchward, Walter Stanbury .. 

6 Dunsterville, EnighUey Stalker. 
9 Walker, Charles Edward 

8 Moberly, Walter Frederick George 1 19 Aug. 75 

xo Tracey, Arthur '19 Aug. 75 



28 Jan. 

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28 Jau. 
28 Jan. 
28 Jan. 75 
2S .Ian. 



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75 



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28 Jan. 75 
28 Jnn. 75 
28 Jan. 75 
28 Jan. 75 
28 Jan. 75 
28 Jan. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 



9 Piers, Henry Octavius , 

4 Williams, Pierson Locke 

5 Russell, Andrew Ernest 

4 Orr, John Elphinstone Hugh . 
2 Smith, William Apsley . 



4 Blttleston, George Hastings 



Hicks, William John 

3 Howard, Cecil Arthur 

I Chambers, Arthur 

4 Croft, Hanry John 

6 Burrows, Edmund Augustine. 

6 Crofton, Caldwell Henry 

I Waters, Wallscourt Hely-Hutchinson ' 19 Aug. 75 

to Cottrell, Charles Dormer [19 Aug. 75 



19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Auir. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 



Digitized by V^OU|rtj? lilT 



74 



Uoyal Artillery, 



LiFUTBlfAirTS. 

5 Carter, Alfred Henry 

i; Coker, John Aubrey Lawrence 

4 Lnm?)ert, Edp'nr Alan 

4 >rat\irin, rhurles Fdward 

J Davison, Kenneth Stewart 

Cn.nou, Hi chard Martin 

5 mount, Charles Hubert. 

^ ]iiirl()\v.<:eor«,'0 Newton Halifax 

2 J.eadrr, Frnncis Henry Moubray 

s Boothby, Geor>fe Murray 

<5 Elmslie, Frederick Baumgardt ..... 

J Cornish. Fnincis Cecil David 

1 liifrlcQelil. NoT-man Bruce 

Z Mocdoruld, A JUn Douglas 

5 Dawkins, Henry Stopford 

5 Holders. Henry Cai)«jl Lofft 

2 Maxwell. Ni^rol 

»o Henn, Richard Arthur Milton 

1 Foster, Raymond Charles 

i Hudson, Henry Saunders 

■\ Keir, John Lmdet^ay 

5 Curteia. Francis Algernon 

7 Bi-tlcrsl)v. Tliomas Preston 

-K Kiiijlisb.'.lo.seph Oxley 

•6 Trench, Frederic John Arthur 

3 Thackeray, Fcederick Rennell 

Anderson, CharUt AUxander 

4 Carter, Duncan Campbell 

5 Hewson, John James 

CO Barrett, L^mnard 

5 Hay, Arthur Ernest 

7 Llovd, Wilford Neville 

Stone, Francis Gleadowe 

2 Daniell, Arthur Caimes 

-2 HauT^a, William 

S Noble, Clarence Thomas Irving 

7 Abdy, Anthony John 

i8 Fox,' Praneis John 

«; Barlow, Charles Mervyn 

h Taylor. William Henry Forbes 

■I Peilv, Charles Hamilton 

3 Hcyl«nd. .lohn Rowley Kyffln Lloyd . 

5 Campbell. John Alex. Livingstone .... 

7 Craig, John Franciii 

8 Adye, John..... -•• 

3 Cuthbeneon, Francis Biigene 

b White. William Lewis 

II O'Neill, William Heremon 

4 Hughes, Arbuthnott James 

X 1 Blacker, Lathiun Charles Miller 

8 Murchison, Kenneth John Walker 

6 Eardley-Wilmot. Arthur 

•2 Butcher, Henry To wnsend 

1 Bampficld, John Chancellor 

3 Gundry, Henry Bowdon 

3 Morrieson, Henry Walters 

5 Willinnie, William Hugh 

5 Bimpstm. George Gregory 

CO Murrtiy-Dunlop, Henry Liston 

5 Bundle, Henry Macleod Leslie 

7 Powles. Thomas William 

5 Sandbach. Henry Martin ^^. 

^ Kelly, Rich. Makdougall Brisbane Pra. 

5 ABBOu, /f on. George Augustus 

3 Monti?omery-CampbeH. Hugo 

Pollard, jyUliant Charle$ 

3 Barrv, James David 

8 Kent, Frederic Edmond 

5 Alexander, Charles Henry 

5 Porteous, John James 

« Burmester, Arnold Charles 

3 Ward, Frederick Houlton 

5 Binien, Henry 

8 Pelly, Henry Gerald 

1 Min'tcr. John Surtees 

8 Triscott, Charles Prideaux 

II Foord, Edward 

6 Shiffner» John •••vc:;L" 

1 Acland, Francin Edward Dyke 

2 Boileau, Arthur Cadell Tait 

3 Block, Maurice William Palmer 

5 Tyldcn, Richard 

1 Ramsay, Hon. Charles Maole 25 Jan. 77 

5 DuCane, Richard Hale 1 35 Jan. 77 

«i Young, Keith Ogilvy Baird -- -T*« — 

Q Jervois, Chiirlcs Bdwyn 

CO Savilo, Walter Clare 

s Vaseall, Robert Lowe Spencer 

1 Marston, Jefl'ery. Charles '25 Jan. 

6 Manifold, John Forster [25 Jan. 



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6 Anderson, William Christian 2s Jan. 77 

ft Clarke, John de Winton Lardner- 2s Jan. 77 

I "Sinclair, Francis Edwin 125 Jan. 77 

xo Hay, Alexander Duncan .,..* 2s Jan. 77 

J Roberts, Richard Tucker as Jan. 77 



LiKUTSKANTS. __H?>7* . 

10 M'Crca, Richard Francis 25 Jan. 77 

4 Massy, William George 25 Jan. 77 

3 Talbot, George James Francis as Jan. 77 

2 Mercer, Harvey Frederic 25 Jan. 77 

5 Graeme, Frederick James 25 Jan- 77 

8 Allsopp, Fre<lerio Ernest 25 Jan. 77 

1 Reynolds, Cecil Edward 25 Jan. 77 

5 Faber, Walter Vavasour 25 Jan. 77 

11 Meade, John Wm. Babington 25 Jan. 77 

6 Jervis-White-Jorvis, John Henry 25 Jan. 77 

7 Connolly, William Hallett 25 Jan. 77 

9 Guthrie, James Dunbar 25 Jan. 77 

2 Gordon, Charles William 25 Jan. 77 

4 Briscoe, Edward William 25 Jan. 77 

4 RuBseU, William Melbourne 19 June 77 

5 Hare, Edward Humphrey 19 Jane 77 

4 Slater, Henry Martjm 19 June 77 

4 Fegen, Magrath Fogarty 19 June 77 

1 Heymau, Cecil Edward Hamilton 19 Jnne 77 

6 Blewitt, Charles Turner 19 June 77 

6 Paterson, Edward Hamilton 19 June 77 

2 Baly, Henry John... 19 June 77 

X Inglis. Thomas Drutnmond 19 June 77 

3 Robinson, Charles Taylor 19 June 77 

8 Anderson, Edmund Bullar 19 June 77 

5 Hanham, Phelips Brooke 19 June 77 

8 Frost, George Alfred 19 June 77 

4 Chapman, Herbert Alexander 29 June 77 

10 Foster, John Rattiray 19 June 77 

4 Beatson, William John Arnold 19 June 77 

9 Peel, Edmund 19 June 77 

2 Vans-Agnew, John Fraser 19 June 77 

I Gordon, Arthur William Bolton 19 June 77 

7 De Lisle, Frederick Janvrin 19 June 77 

I Nelson, Horace Sydney 19 June 77 

3 Grierson, James Moncrieflf 9 Oct. 77 

6 Honner, Wilham James 9 Oct. 77 

I Smith, Stanley George Drew 9 Oct. 77 

I Wingate, George Miller „ 9 Oct. 77 

9 Townsend, Charles CoUingwood 9 Oct. 77 

I Wil8on,.Chxu'le8 Henry Luttrell Fahie ... 9 Oct. 77 

10 BeU, Leonard 9 Oct. 77 

8 Toms, Francis Bevill Read 9 Oct. 77 

1 Hornby, Edmimd John Phipps* 9 Oct. 77 

11 Leslie, John Henry 9 Oct. 77 

3 Earle, William Henry Simeon 9 Oct. 77 

8 Nicolls, Edmund Gustavua 9 Oct. 77 

8 Shute, Arthur Blagden 9 Oct. 77 

7 Shewell, Harry Williamson Macan 9 Oct. 77 

7 Jackson, Montague Bertie Gosset 9 Oct. 77 

9 Molesworth, Hickman Crawford 9 Oct. 77 

II Carleton, Henry Augustus 9 Oct. 77 

4 Vereker, Hon. Jeffrey Edward Pron-") Qdt 
dergast ) ^ ' *' 

8 Jackson, Francis Benjamin 

8 Waller, John Dawson Hutchinson 

2 Ind, Frederick William .., 

9 Calder, Edmond Henry Somerville 

3 Childers, Francia Culling Eardley 

4 Fanshawe, Edward Arthur , 

3 Callwell, Charles Edward 

a Bunbu^, William St. Pierre 

4 Birch, Frederic Henry John 

a Lecky, Frederick Beauchamp 

6 Blano, Charles Forbes 

9 Rogers, Hugh Henry 

4 Watkins, Charles Bell 

4 Thistlethwayte, Thomas George 

9 Sankey, Arthur 

8 Champion, Henry Hyde 

IX Bushe, Thomas Francis 

6 Douglas, James Stewart 

xo Cane, Claude. Richard John 

9 M*Leod, Reginald George M'Queen 

4 Mahon, Reginald Henry 

5 Simpson, Arthur Hellier..... 

8 Helyar, Arthur Beaumont ...^ 

5 Hibbert,. Archibald Louis 

6 Higginson, Conway Richard Dobba 

8 Marrett, Edward Uvedale 

8 Lane, Christopher William Moore 

9 Matthews, Alfred 

a Powell, Atherton ffolliott '31 

6 Guise, Howard 31 

3 Granet, Edward John 31 

3 Taylor, Philip Boauchamp i»8 

3 Kemball, George Vero 18 

3 Armitage, Edward Hume .'x8 

7 Harvey, John Edward !i8 

3 Taylor, William Rowland 18 

9 Wedderbum, Alexander Scrymgeour 

3 Turner, James Gibbon .; 

4 Alexander, Gerald D*Arragon 

' Jellett, John Hewitt 



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75-76 



3 Jackson, Herbert Kexadall 

II Thornton, Sidney Vernon 

7 Dallas, John Henry Langford 

10 M'LaoghUn, Georfre HaU 

5 I>aCane, Hubert John 

11 Dariey, George Boe 

2 feildmg, Sndolplx Robert Basil AloyBios > 

AngnstiBe, Viteotmi i 

21 Xclsoxi, Edgar Forbes 

10 Block, Arthur Hugh 

2 Oldfleld, Henry Elliott 

6 ThoniBon, Jocelyn Home 

5 Beever, Henry Holt 

9 Findlay, Neil Douglas 

10 Lambart, Son, Arthur 

4 Paget, Wellesley Lynedoch Henry 

3 Johnston, James Tbomason 

4 Ricaido, Henry George 

10 Kioolls, Jasper Heriot Edmund 

3 31mclun, Frederick Falkiner 

j laglii, Henry Aires 

y Chamberlain, Thomas Ffoster 

I Smith, Sydenham Campbell-Urquhart , 

to Burrowes, Henry Grav 

1 Hobday, Edmund Arthur Ponsonby ». 

5 Wright, George 

2 Sm^ Gilbert Boya 

•i Ogilvie, Norman Stuart 

3 UuDe, Charles Vernon 

4 Goolbum, Cuthbert Edward , 

3 Daridaon, John Robert Barkly 

i Close, Frederick Maodonald , , 

9 OUver, William James 

^ Enehoven, Percy Henry 



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LmmvAXTs. 



> Lowe, Francis Manley ....! 6 Apr. 79 

Butler, Henry Richard I 6 Apr. 79 

He;^gate, Biohazd Ltonel ■ , 6 Apr. 79 

> Fairholme, William Ernest 6 Apr. 79 

Murray, Arthur Harris ' 6 Apr. 79 

Guinness, Bnstaoe [ 6 Apr. 79 

I De Robeck, Henry Edward William I 6 Apr. 79 

Balgny, John Henry 6 Apr. 79 

Lambert, Walter ...;. 6 Apr. 79 

Robertson^Theodore 6 Apr. 79 

(Gardiner, Henry Laurence 30 July 79 

Chance, Harry .„ ; 30 July 79 

Roberts, John Dobree Anderson 30 July 79 

Nathan, Frederic Lewis 30 July 79 

Stuart, Alexander Ramsay 30 July 79 

Cummings, WUtHd Heron 30 July 79 

Barnes, Arthur Stapylton 30 July 79 

Cowper*Smith, Frederick Evan 30 July 79 

Tawney, Edward Plowden Archer. 30 July 79 

Tomer, Archer Lhovd Marischal 30 July J9 

Rundle, George Rionard Ferrell 30 July 79 

Goold-Adams, Henry Edward Fane '30 July 79 

Lane, Samuel Willington '30 July 79 

Simmonds, Percy Richard 30 July 79 

Fendall, Charles Pears ko July 79 

Lewes, John 130 July 79 

Harkneas, Thomas Robert 30 July 79 

Labalmondiere. Julian Arthur I30 July 79 

Lancrley, John Penrioe I30 July 79 

Forae,Lionel (30 July 79 

Tyrwhitt, Son. Rupert 30 July 79 

Tothill, Francis William Galbraith 30 July 79 

Morris, Maurice Morgan 130 July 79 



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Majobs. 

X Taylor, Pierce Thomas Henry 

Caraill, Spencer. Commieeetrif of Ordnance, vnd Clate.. 

8 Lafluun, Hugh^« 

8 Kixuiman, Harold John 

4 Gamault, Alfred Edward »» 

3 Oharlea, Jamea.. 



and X.IZUT. 



Jiaekengie, Sorry MaaBmeU, Stmerintendent qf the Oun \ 

Carriage Faeioni at Futtekghur J 

p.$.c. Chapman, Edward Franeie,^** Aeeiet. Q.. M. Qen. \ 

CandaMar Force (BLLi.Oolonel, sa Nov. 79) } 

10 Bridges, Thomas Walkeri»« 

8 Graham, Thomas^*^ ». 

Cowie, Oronbiet Commietarjf of Ordnance, and Clan , 

9 Arbuckle, Bexi^'amin Yanghani^? 

Lamb, Oeorge, Commieeary of Ordnance, itt Cla$$ 

a Dewar, James Raymond Johnstone , 

a Taylor, Lewis Williams , 



X8t LXXVt* 



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B Free, John Frederick , 

4 Oolguhoun, James Andrew Sutherland , 

o Meiklejohn, John Forbes! 

4 James, Lionel Henry Septimus , 

IX Machell JBdward John 

Fieker, Vinceni Came. Comm. of Ordnance, 3rd Claee 
Jiackengie, ItarrgLeUk,Adj, i Adm. Brigade Orkney \ 

Artillery Volunteere j 

Ba£ett,B*ekard 

Barnard, Michael Henrg,DepntvAgeitt.Adj\ General^ 

B.A. in India ..!.........:. ) 

3 Pemberton,6holtoEdmons^'* 

Smith, Robert William 

B Bwinton, Arthur 

B Marshall, Robert George Swayne 

Stufehe, Dunbar Fraeer, Adjutant x Adm. Br%gade\ 

Sueeex ArtiUerg Volunteere j 

IX Rawlins, Arthur John Ghambre 

HtjraiiMOfi, Senrg Shakeepear »« 

deldtulour, Bdmard Jo9eph,^» Adjutant Haddingion\ 

AHUlerg Militia „... f..... ) 

3 Wintle, Alfred Tritton 

Andereon, Alexander Dingwall 

9 FreemanjFrancis Peere William, Adjutant 1 July 77 
Douglae, Hugh Alexander, Brigade Major, Malta . 

Swinleg, Oeorge ., „ , 

II Wymer, George Bannatyne 



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MjlJOBS. 

B de Montmorency, Hon. Albert Bouchard".. 

6 Bisset, William 

6 Lockhort, Willinm Eliott 

10 Macdonell, George Bean 

9 Reid, Charles Edw^ard 

2 Roberts, Thomas William 

XI etraker, Charles Doyne Anderson 

8 Warrea, William Andros" 

5 Brouffh, William Richard Charles 

I Shortland, Daniel Vincent 

6 Brereton, Charles William 

11 Seacome, Arthur Keeling 

3 Pollock, John Graham 

7 Hebbert, William Stanley 



2nd LIXITT. 



i Captaiws. 

2 Alexander, Robert 

Wheailey, Charlet R. Eliott , A.^utani JoivMin Ciiy\ 
Arnilerjf MiUtxa ) 

iraclaoerty,Areh,Ieer,Commi$»arji(^6^dMni0iin^^^^ 

B West, Matthew Richard \ 

A Goinbier, Geortfe Roland ............!.!!!!!!!!! 

1 1 La wrell, Douglas Western 

L'»v'f>. Augwttut John, Adjutant Pembroke ArHiienl 

Militia '^ 

8 Twynam, Frederick Robertson ..!!.!...!!', 



12 June 58 
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13 June 58 
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37 Aug. 58 
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27 Aug. 58 
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10 June 59 



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19 Mar, 73 

6 July 72 



9 Dec. 59 

9 Dec. 59 

8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 

8 June 60 

8 June 60 



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1 Aug. 72 

2 Nov. 72 
2 Nov. 72 

X Dec. 72 

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Majobs. 
p.».e. Clarke.Franeit Coninffrhif Hannam.Dep. Ateiat. ) 
Qr. Mr. Gen., luteUiaenct! J3 ranch; on epeetal eervice [ 

in Aeia Minor, vith local rank of Lt.CoUmel j 

9 Glass, Charles Faulkner 

CA.PTA.I!rB. 

Caldeeott, Franein Jamee^rd Claet Commie, of Ordnance 

Lodge, Frank, Adjutant Torkekire Artillery Jlilitia 

SHon, Henry Ctrieto}}^'^ 

MunteJSore, Emanvel, Adj. Jforthmnherland Ari.'mma 



snd LIEUT. 'iSt LIXUT., CAPTAUT. 



9 Dec. 59! 6 June 71 
9 Dec. 59 13 May 72 



8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 



15 May 72 
I Aag. 72 
I Aug. 72 
X Aug. 72 



BSETET 

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30 Nov. 78 



27 Sept. 79 
27 Sept.79 



Affente, Messrc. Cox and Co. 



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Dbputy AoiuTAXT Okx»a.l. 
Radcliffe, Major General R. P., i May 75. 

A88I8Ti.XT AOJUTJIVT GkKKRIL. 

Hughes, Bt.Ck>loiiel T. E., x6 Oct. 78. 

DkPUTT ABSIBTAXT ABJUTAVT OBHSSA.L. 

Geary, Bt.Lt. Colonel H. Le G., i April 79. 

IVBPKCTOB GBKSKA.L. 

Fhillpotts, Lieat.General Arthur Thomas, z Apr. 77. 
Aide de Camp .—Captain F. B. Knox. 

FAT1CA8TBR8. 

Thompson, John Baylis, 24 June 59 ; ^<^' ^ojo^ '*A 

June 74. 
Piers, Claudius Buchanan, a6 April 60; Hon. Major, 

a6 April 75. 
Mansergh, John Craven, 25 Feb. 6a j Hon. Major, 

2$ Feb. 77. 
Williams, Samuel*" {QrMr. 18 Apr. 45), 23 May 53 ; 

Hon. MiyoTf 33 May 63. 

RlDUrO Ij^STBBS. 

B.i. Dann, George, 37 Aug. 59. 
Virr, Joseph, x June 61. 
a Butler, Reuben,*" i July 63. 
Wilkinson, George Louis, 8 Jan. 64. 

4 Johnston, WilUun, 15 Jan. 64. 
▲ Drummond, John, la Sept. 65. 

».i. Pawson, John,*" 39 May 67. 
3 Nugent^ Edmund, aa Jan. 68. 
Abbott, Isaac.*** 8 March 71. 
B Lovell, Joseph, 38 June 73. 

Stannard, Ephraim, 35 Nov. 74. 
6 Donnelly, Robert, x April 75. 
Williams, George, i April 75. 

5 Draper, Frederick, i April 75. 
Cole, William, 8 Sept. 75. 
Henscn, Christopher, 15 Nov. 79. 

X (voode, Richard James, xs Nov. 79. 

QUABTBB MI8TBB8. 

Robinson, Matthew, i May 63. 

Ashbee, Bernard, 13 Sept. 62. 

Cliff, Wm.*" 23Sept63 ; £iM«7N,8oSept.57 ; Lt. 5 Feb. 61. 

Briggns, Thomas, 33 Sept. 6a. 

WUhart, William, 14 Aug. 67, Laneaskire Art. Militia. 

Arbutknot, Alexander, 30 Sept. 68, Antrim Art.Militia. 
X Sculley, John, xa Dec. 68. 

M'Leod, Neil, 7 Aug. 69. 

Gunn, William, 38 May 70. 

Green, Richard, 14 Sept. 70. 
a ChitUck, William Henry, 5 Not. 70. 

Brown, Simon, i July 71. 

Simon*, Sdmund,»7 34 Feb. 7a, Haddington Art. MU. 

7 Ward. Thomas, 26 June 7a. 

Murdoch, Robert Hamilton, 19 Feb. 73 ; Hon. Captain, 

X Mnrch 79. 
For§d]fk«, Jonaikan, xo May 73, I^ent ArHllery Militia, 
i.ff,Cox, Samuel, ai June 73. 
Langrish, Thomas, X7 Dec. 73. 
I Emby, William James, x July 74. 
B Diggory, Charles, 35 Nov. 74. 
Gillard, James, 13 Jan. 75. 

8 Kelly, John, 10 March 75. 

zx M'Kenna, John, 10 March 75. 
o Squires, George, i April 75. 

6 Richey, William, x April 75. 



WUson, George, z April 75. 
xo Seath, Alexander, 8 Sept. 75* 
5 Walker, AlexHuder, 8 Sept. 75. 
4 Walker, George, Z9 July 76. 
9 Rowan, Melville John, X4 Feb. 77. 

Powell, JohnJoeepk CkarUe, 1 Apr, 78, War QS^ce. 

Hambly, Edgar, a May 78. mrw/.v. 

Land, Uaac, 25 May 78, Tipperwry ArtUUrjf MtlUta. 

VMnniMAMY SUBttBOVS. 

Skoulding, John Bunn Wm.,"»9Noy.55J *»< Clas*, 

31 Aug. 67. ^, ^ - 

Kelly, Edward, 36 Feb. 56; ut CUue, 3z Aug. 67. 
Ferris, John, x7 Feb. 58 ; ut Clate, x8 Aug. 69. 
Meyrick, James Joseph, 3x Jan.6o ; letCUue,!^ Sept. 7c- 
01iphant,George Albert, aa June 60; i9t CioM.a Aug. 7 » • 
Anderson, John,*** 31 Jan. 60 ; i«t Clase, 35 June 73- 
Burt, Walter, xi Sept. 60 j itt Clau, 4 Oct, 73- , . 

Oliver, Geo. A. Amos, 16 Feb. 64: x«« Claee, 5 J»n- ''^• 
Ewing, Edward, 8 Sept. 65 ; ut CUue, 7 Mar. 76. 
Adams, Walter Seymour, 11 Jan. 67; x*t Clou, sx 

Apr. 77. , 

Duck, Francis, 3X July 67; xet Class, x Aug. 77. 
Reilly, James, 7 Aug. 67 ; let Cla*$t a Feb. 78. 
Berne, Jas. Coleman,**" 7 Aug. 67; zrt C^jm.s Feb. 78. 
Plomley, Francis, x Sept. 67 j ut Clou, a Feb. 78. 
Boyd, WiDiam, 3x July 67 ; ut CUue, 31 f«ly 79- 
Healy , Michael Francis, 30 June 63 ; let CUue, i Nov. 79- 
Boulter, Frederick Charles, xz Jan. 67. 
Case, Middleton Fred. Mallett, aa Jan. 68. 
Going, Frederick William, 3 June 68. 
Hammond, John, 3 June 68. 
Knott, Stephen, x6 Sept. 68. 
Durrant, George, a Dec. 68. 
Dwyer, John Cornelius, 33 Deo. ^8. 
Sartin, William Dawson, 14 July 69. 
Sartin, Samuel Robert, ia July 69. 

Rowe, Richard. 14 July 69. 

Gibbs, Joseph, 10 Nov. 69. 

Kemp, W. H., 9 Feb. 70. 

Queripcl, Alfred Ernest, 37 Aug. 70. 

Phillips, Charles, 37 Aug. 70. 

Glover, Benjamin Lucas, a? Aug. 70. 

Frost, Robert Francis, Z4 Jan. 7Z. 

Evans, John William, is Feb. 7x. 

Symonds, Thomas Jonathan^ aa Mar. 7X. 

Philips, JameS Joseph, 34 July 72. 

Burton, John, 14 June 73. 

Mitchell, Matthew Clayton, X4 June 73. 

Crawford^rank Fairbaim, tjt June 73. 

Spooner, Walter Bonlton, X4 Feb. 74. 

Gillespie, Samuel, zo June 74. 

Gladstone, William, zo June 74. 

Webb, Adam Cuppage, z^ Apr. 75. 

Bostock, Arthur, Z4 April 75. 

Anderson, Murray, 33 June 75. 

Mills, James, 33 June 75. 

Clayton, Charles, a Aug. 7Z. 

Edwards, John Denis, a6 Aug. 76. 

Smith. Frederick, 9 Dec. 76. 

Powell, Beigamin Augustus White, 15 March 73. 

Nunn, Joshua Arthur, ax AprQ 77. 

Thomson, Henry, X3 July 78. 

RZDXVa ESTABLISHMBITT. 

SHperiniendMtt.—Yf hrd'A-Shton, K. J. ; Major, 5 July 73. 
Ctfpfain.—' Annesley, O. F. T., a8 July 76. 
Ueutenante.—yNheb\e, J. St. L., 39 Ap>ril 73. 
Cochrane, B. O., 39 April 73. 



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8prent» William 8wan«on« 

Coleman, William* 

HaUMrd, Alfr€i, Department ^ftke Director \ 

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Grorea, Qeorge 

Dillon, Edward 

Cooper, John 

Bitchie, James, StqfQffleer 

Darey, niomaa* 

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Trmey, Hiohael 

Sntherland, fiobert SamueF 

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Bichey, Thomas Mills* (Qmr^ Jf«for> 

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Porterfleld, Bolden Dtmdas 

DnTall, William 

Dixon, William 

li'Cafftey, Joseph 

Maples, fienrv 

Porter, Joseph 

PownaU, Frederick Gmming 

Lindsay, Alexander John 

Bwaxt, John 

Tudif, Frederick Peter 

Blackman, William , 

Marsh, Georffe Samuel. Adjutant x Lanark- \ 

ekire ArtiUerg Volunteere } 

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^iLCotonel Mackenzie served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inker- 
&ia,Borsie of a6th October, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three ClaspB, and Turkish Medal). 

* Cspiain Blades served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
vnh Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

' CspUm SpaU served in the Crimean campaign in X855, including the siege andftiUof Sebastopol (Medal with 
Cliq), sod Turkish Medal). Indian campai^ in X858-59, and present at the attack and defeat of the rebel force 
poited on the first range of the Nepaul Hills m March 1859 (Medal). 

* Csptain Sprent served in the Cnmean campaign in 1854-55, including the siege and fUl of Sebastopol (Medal with 
CIbh), sod Turkish Medal) . Served with the expeditionary force in Chma in X857-59 (Medal) . 

* (^ptain OolemAn served in the Crimean campaign in 1854-55, including the siege and Ibll of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Obsp, and TorklBh Medal). 

I Csptam Davey served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, and was present at the siege and capture of Luck- 
sow, scttau of Sirsee, Nawabgunge, Mutchleegaun, Kunda Kote, and Jurwah Pass (Medal with Clasp). 

7 Lient. Sutherland served throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, and was present at the affa'wB of Bul- 
anse axid M'Kenaie*8 Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of BalakUtva, siege and ftdl of Sel.ustopol 
(^edal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served the campaign of x86o in China, including the i<tormuig 
cf T^sgku and the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). Also in the operations against the Taeping rebeb, including 
ibe isking of Kahding. 

* UcBL Bich^ served in the second phase of the Ashanti war in 1874 (Medal). 



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^7-88 War Services of the Ojficera of the Royal Artillery, 

'Sir Richard Dacres Berred in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the ailkin of Bolganac and )i*Kensf e*s 
Farm, and battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse killed) ; commanded the Royal Artillery at the repulae 
of the Eossians in the sortie fh>m Bebastopol on the 26th October ; succeeded to the command of the Royal ArtOlery 
at the siege of Bebastopol, after Brigadier General Btrangways was killed at Inkennan on the 5th Nov. 1854 (Medal 
with four Clasps, KCB., Ck)mmander of the Legion of Honor, Commander xst Class Military Order of Sayoy, and 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

* Sir William Fenwick Williams commanded the Turkish Army at the defence of Kan, and for his distinguished 
tferyioes was nromoted Major General, nominated a KCB., and created a Baronet; has also received the zst Ulaas of 
the Turkish Order of the Medjidie, and is a Grand Officer of the French Legion of Honor. 

7 Sir Bdward Sabine served the campaign on the Niagara Frontier in 18x4, and commanded the Batteries at the 
eieee of Fort Erie in August and September. 

>^ General England served the expedition to the Weser in 1805-6 ; to the Cape of Good Hope and South 
America in 1806-7 ; campaign of 1813 in the Peninsula, including the battle of Yittoria and siege of San Sebasttan, 
for which he has received the SUver War Medal with two Clasps. 

^ " Sir John Bloomfield served in the Peninsula and France, from March 1813 to June 1814, including the battle of 
Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, crossing the Bidassoa,and battles of the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse (Silver 
War Medal with six Clasps). Served also the campaign of 18x5, including the battle of Waterloo. 

*' Sir John St. George served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, ^^^ commanded the siege train at the 
fall of Bebastopol (Medal with Clasp, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor. 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

^« Sir Edward Warde served in the Crimean campaign of 1855, in command of the siege train before Bebastopol, 
and was present at the bombardments of 9th April and 6th and xjih June (Medal with Clasp, CB., Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

*7 Sir Collingwood Dickson served on the staff of Lord Raglan during the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and was 
present at the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the oattles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, 
expedition to Kertch, and siege of Sebastopol (wounded 4th Feb. 1855) ; commanded the right siege train, and was 
present at the bombardments of Z7th October, 9th April, and z7th June (Medal with four Clasps, CJB., Aide de Camp 
Co the Queen and Colonel, Victoria Cross, Officer of the Legion of Honor, and Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). He is also a Knight of Charles the Third, xst Class St. Fernando, and Knight of Isabella the Catholic. 

1^ Sir David Edward Wood commanded the Royal Artille^ on the Eastern frontier of the Cape of Good Hope 
during the insurrection of the Boers and Kaffirs in 1842-43 (Medal). Served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, 
and commanded the Royal Artillery of the 4th Division at the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, repulse of the 
Mortie on the 26th Oct. 1854, and during the siege of Bebaatopol, until the final capture of the town ; was afterwards 
removed to the command of the RoyalHorse Artillery, which he commanded until the close of the war in June 1856 
(Medal with three Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Com- 
manded the Royal Horse Artillery in India from Oct. X857 to Feb. 1859 • commanded the Royal Horse Artillery in 
the affair of Pandora, where they acted as Cavalry and charged and defeated a large force of rebel Bepoys ; com- 
manded as Brigadier the Field ArtUIery in the operations previous to and during the siege of Lucknow, and at the 
conclusion of the siege and final capture of the town commanded the whole of the Artillery until the Army was 
broken up. Subsequently to the capture of Lucknow was appointed to command the Station and Fort of Allahabad, 
and carried on the successftil operations against the rebels in that part of the country— four times mentioned in 
despatches (Medal with Clasp, KCB.). 

" Sir James William Fiumayer served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the aflkirs of Bulganac and 
M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the a6th 
October 1854 ; was complimented on parade by Sir De Lacy Evans for his manner in bringing the Artillery at the 
Alraa under "the hottest fire," and was a|^n thanked by Sir De Lacy, and twice mentioned in his despatch on the 
repulse of the sortie on 26th October X854 (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of 
the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^ General Askwith while attached to the British Embassy in Spain in 1838-39, was attached to tfie Spanish Army 
during the Carlist War. The decorations of xst Class St. Fernando, Commander Isabella the Catholic, and Knight 
of Charles the Third have been conferred on him. 

*^ Lleut.General Francklyn served in the Crimean campaign from May to August 1855, and commanded the siege 
train of the left attack before Sebastopol, and was present at the bombardments of the 6th and 17th June (Medal 
with Clasp, CB., 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

" Lieut.General Rowan served throughout the Syrian campaign in 1840-4X, and was present at the bombardment 
and capture of Beyrout (Naval Medal with Clasp, Syrian Turkish Medal, and Brevet of^Major). Also in the Crimean 
campaign from September X854 to January X855, including the battle of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol, in the 
Trenches with the siege train and bombardment of X7th October (Medal with two Clasps, CB., 5th Class of the 
Me(^idie, and Turkish Medal). 

'* LieuL General Phillpotts served in the Crimean campaign from June to September X855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Has also received the 
Syrian Medal of X84X. 

*^ Msjor General Price commanded the Artillery of the Rajpootana Field Force under General Roberts at the cap- 
ture of Kotah on 30th March 1858, and at the acuon of Bangor, and defeat of the rebels on the right bank of the 
Bunnas (mentioned in despatches. C9., and Medal). 

^ Sir John Miller Adye served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Assist.Adjt.General of Royal Artillery, and 
was present at the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, capture 
of Balaklava Castle, siege and mil of Bebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, 
4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in x 857-58 as Assist. Adyt-General of Royal Artillery, 
and was present at tiie action of PandooNuddee 36th Nov., operations before Cawnpore under General Windham, 
27th 28th and 29th Nov., battle of Cawnpore and defeat of the Gwalior Contingent 6th Dec. 1857 (three times men- 
tioned in despatches. Medal). Employed on special service with the expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the 
North-West Frontier of India, and was present at the storm of Laloo, capture of Umbeylah, and destruction of 
Mulkah (Medal with Clasp). 

^ Msjor General H. L. Gardiner served in the operations at Prescott in Upper Canada in 1838. Also in the 
pursuit of Tantia Topee in Central India in x8^8. 

^ Major General Youn^liusband served in the Crimean campaign from October to November 1854, including the 
battle of Inkerman and sioge of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

31 Sir Charles D'Aguilar served the Crimean campaign from September 1854 to March 1855, including the battle 
of Inkerman (horse shot) and siege of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardment of 
17th October (Medal with two Clasps, 03.. cth Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). Served the Indian cam- 
paign of 1S57-58, and commanded the Artillery of General Franks' Force at the action of Secundra. also commanded 
the Roval Horse Artillery at the siege and capture of Lucknow (three tin- .. mentioned in despatches. Brevet of 
Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

** Major (rcneral Thompson senred in the Crimean campaign from May 185^, including the siege and fall ot 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

" Major G eneral John Turner was present at the capture of Port Natal on the 26th June 1842. Served also the Eastern 
campaign of 1854 and up to April 1855, including the affair at M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman. 
siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with three Clasps. CB.^ Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Keceived the Brevet of Lt. Colonel tor distin* 
guished service at the battle of Ahna in crossing the river with two guns, ascending the Heights and enfilading the 
Russian Columns. Commanded a Troop of Royal Horse Artillery in India in 1858-50. 

^ Major General Fisher nerved in the Crimea from September to November 1855, mcluding the siege and fall of 
Bebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Major General Gibbon served in the Crimea from x8thMay X855, in command of a Field Batterv. and for nearly 
three months the Artillery of the 4th Division, Including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and 
Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1857-58, was with Outram's Force at the siege and capture of Lucknow, where 
he commanded the Artillery of Br.General Walpole's Division, and was specially rcconunended lor promotion as 



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hjim/f"disdn^ai8hedhiinMlf throughout the operationB, particularly on the 9th and nth Marob 1858.'* Corn- 
muided the ArtiOery of Sir Hope Grant's Column in the action of Slmree— severely wounded (five times mentioned 
in deqwtches. Brevet of lligor, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

** Colonel Newton served in the Crimean campaign fW)m July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol. 
in the Trenches with the Siege Train, and was present at the bomlMurdments ofthe 17th August and 8th September 
(Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class ofthe Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

** Colonel Hawkins served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, including the siege and fkll of Sebastopol. 
and was present at the bombardments of the 9th April, 6th and x7th Jime, 1 7th August, and 8th September (mentioned 
is deipatches. Brevet of M^jor, CB, Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 

** Colonel Williams oonunanded the Royal Artillery in New Zealand in 1864-66 during the Waikato, Tauranga, 
and Wanganui campaigns, and was present at Rangiawhia, Haerini, G^te Pah, Nukumaru, and several minor 
al&irB (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

** Mi^(Mr (General Grant served in the Crimean campaign from i8th Jan. X855L. in the Trenches with the siege 
train, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and oombardments of 9th April and 6th and 17th June (Medal 
with Clasp, Brevet of Mi^or, Knight ofthe Legion of Honor, 5th Class ofthe Meojidie, with Turkish Medal). 

** Colonel Johnson served in the Oimean campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Clasp. 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

<^ Colonels Connell, Smyth, and Saunders served in the Crimean campaign frDm June 1855, including the siege 
and tall of Sebastopol (Meoal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

*^ U Colonel Purcell, Minors Richardson and Wardell were present with three Batteries of Royal Artillery under 
Colonel M'Crea in the revolution frhich upet the Emperor Fausti in Hayti in Jan. 1859; landed and protected 
ih« Europeans at Port au Prince, and carried off the Emperor his fkmily and ministers ; received the thsmks of 
the English and French Governments. 

^ Major General C. 8. Henry served in the Crimean campaign of 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train 
before Sebastopol (severely wounded), and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th and 17th June. (Medal with 
Clisp, Brevets of Mi^or and Lt. Colonel. Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 5th Class of the Meojidie, and CB.) 

^ Colonel Pipon served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzle'» 
Farm, the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 
gardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

" Major General Hamley served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie'^ 
Farm, the battles of Alma (horse shot), Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse killed), the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
and repolse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (mentioned in despatches. Medal with four Clasps, Brevets 
of Mijor and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and CB.). Colonel Hamley is the author of ** The Operations of War." a work that may confidently bo 
chsractehzed as one of the most invaluable modem military books extant—" there exists nothing to compare 
with it in the English language for enlightened, scientific, and sober teaching in the general art of war : " vido 
Tit Tmta of xst Nov. 1869. 

^* Colonel Field served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as D.A.Q.M.Gen. to the Roval Artillery, and wa» 
presat at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and with the expedition to Kertch (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 
Kiughi of Uie Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Colonel Hon. D. M*D. Fntser served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Inkerman and 
a^ege uf Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Com> 
cunded a Troop of Royal Horse Artillery in the action at Hyderghur ^thNov. 1858, defeat of a rebel force at 
Bajeedis, capture of Fort Mujeedia, and action at Bankee (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal, and CB.). 

** Su> Michael Biddolph served throughout the. Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma,. 

Balaklava, and Likerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with foar 

Clasps. Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

*^ Brigadier General Arbuthuot (twice wounded). Colonels Hastings and FitzHugh served in the Crimean cam- 

paign from 21ay 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and ntthe 

b<}mbaidments of 6th and 17th June (Brevet of Major, Medal with Glasp,5th Glass ofthe Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . 

*" Colonel Colclouf h was nominated to the 4th Classofthe Medj idle for services with the late Osmanli HorseArtillerj. 

*"• Major Generals. B. Gordon served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma» 

Balaklava. and Inkerman, siege and capture of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 

Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, and 5th Class of the Medjidie, served in India m 1857-58, and was present at the 

actions of Pandora and Doundeakeira (mentioned in despatches, Medal, and CB.). 

^ Msjor (leneral Hon. E.T.Gage served in the Eastern campaign of 185^-55 as Brigade Major to the Royal Artillerj% 
»&<i was present at the affhurs of Bulganac and M'Kensie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, 
apiQ7« of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, 
^&rdinian and Turkish Medals, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and CB.) ; was also present with the Turkish Army under 
Oicar Pasha during the operations at Rudchuck and Giurgevo, in the summer of 1854, and has received the Gold 
lledal fur the campaign on the Danube, awarded to him by the Turkish Government. 

■' Colonel Tapper served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman 
(iroonded), the siege and Call of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with three 
Gasp«, Brerec of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

* Cuionel Heyman served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^ C^Uonel Hoate served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to February 1855, including the battles of 
Al3ia, Balaklava, and Inkerman, the siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the a6th October 1854 (Brevet 
cf Mv}r, Medal witb four Clasps, CB., 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

'* ( olonel Reilly went to the Crimea as Aide de Camp to Brigadier General Fox Strangways ; served in the 
Trenches daring tiie winter of 1854-55 ^^^ w^a appomted Adjutant to the Siege Train in February 1855, and subse- 
q^ie&'.ij Brigade Sfajor ; was present at the bombardments of the 9th April, 6th and 17th June, i7tb August, and 
eii ?«ptcmber. After the fall of Sebastopol he was appointed Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General at Head 
Q^^mera (three times mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, CJB., Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of 
H.^iT.uh Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Appointed to accompany the Prussian Army in the cam- 
P^ipr.riS66 Appointed Military Attach^ to the Frenen Army in 1870, and being attached to the Army of the 
^ iTf . iraa present at the various operations around Orleans including the battles of the and (battle of Artenay) 3r<l 
aii'i 4ia December, which resulted in the evacuation of the city, when he was taken prisoner by the German Army 
^'1 »«nt to England (Commander of the Legion of Honor). 

^ C.lonel Godby served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
^ the Trenches with the siege train, including the bombardments of 6th and X7th June (Medal with Clasp, Brcyctr 
cf Hajar. and Turkish Medal). 

"Colonel D. Sarafield Greene served in India as Aide de Camp to Sir John Dupuis in 1857-58; commanded 
t^ Field Artillery at the action of Pandoo Nuddee, and also at the several engagements on the 27th and 20th 
>'>Tember; was present at the operations round Cawnpore, and its relief by Lord Clyde; present at the battle of 
CaTiipore on the 6th December 1857 (four times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal, and CB). Wan 
6eiecied by Lord Strathnaim to command one of the Columns during the Fenian outbreak in Ireland. 

** Colonel Barry served in the Eastern campai^rn of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
hil^ennan. and siege and foil of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish 
Me<JaU, and 5th ClsM of the Medjidie). Served in India in 1857-58, including the relief of the Garrison of Lucknow, 
battle of Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknow — severely wounded (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt Colonel, Medal with two Claspi«). Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinho, 
Tanirku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow. and surrender of Pekin {CB. Medal with two Clasps). 
*' ColonelElgee was present at the capture of Canton in Dec. 1857 (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasj)). 
'' Cotonel Hay served as Assistant Adjutant General of Artillery with the expedition to China in i860, and was 
present at Sinho, Tangku. capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrenderofPokin^tBreyet of Major, 
Mtdal with two Clssps). Digitized by VjOXjglL 



90 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

M Colonel Spnrway lerved in the Ewtem campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of I^kennan, siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Muor, Eiilght of the Lef^on of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

"' Colonel Michell served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, a^ct up to May 1855, including the battles of Alma 
and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Chisps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkbh Medals, 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the storm and capture of 
Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, and commanded the Royal Horse Artillerj- at the affair of Tigree, 
relief of Azimghur. action near Azimutghur, operations in the Jungle, and capture of Jugdespore, attack and 
capture of Tiroul (four times mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt.CoTonel, Medad with Clasp, and CJB.). 

*° Colonel Bedingfeld served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at the capture oflhe Taku 
Ports and surrender of Pekin (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). 

'^ Colonel Go van served with the expedition to China in x86o, and was present atSinho, Tangku, and Capture of 
Taku Forts (Brevet of Miyor, Medal with Clasp). Also served in the operations against the Taepings in the 
vicinity of Shanghai in April and May i86a. 

^ Colonel Ingilby served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to March 1855, including the afihirs of Bal- 
ganao and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and inkerman (severely wounded), the siege of 
Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian 
and Turkish Med^s, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

** Colonel Yates served in the Eastern l^ampaign of 1854, including the affair at M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and repiuse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with three Clasps, 
Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 
1857-58, present at the action of Secundra, siege and capture of Lucknow, commanded Royal Horse Artillery at 
the affairs of Saragunge on 23rd and 39th of July, also commanded the Artillery in the actions at Sultanpore on 
13th and 2Sth Aug. 1858 (three times mentioned m despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and cli.), 

^ Colonel W. J. Williams served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (wounded), in Trenches with siege train, and at bombardments of 6th and X7th June (Brevet of Major, 
Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Colonel Pennyouick served in the Crimean campaign f^m November 1854, including the battle of Inkerman, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and sth 
Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, 
battle of Cawnpore on the 6th Dec, actions of Beria Gnat, Chanda, and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
and action of Barree (Medal with two Clasps). Served with the expedition to China in x86o, and was present 
at Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
and CS. 

97 Colonel Oldershaw served in the Crimean campaign from January 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardment of April ; was employed on 8i>ecial service in 
1855-56 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Mec^idie, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Colonel G. C. Henry served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Me4)idie). Served the Indian campaign in 1858-59, and commanded a Field Battery attached to Colonel Kelly's 
Force in iJie aUack and defeat of the rqbel forces posted on the first range of the Kepaul Hills on the 25th and 28th 
March 1859 (mentioned in despatch. Medal). 

*« Colonel N. 0. S. Turner served in the Crimean campaign tvom March to September 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Mediidle, and Turkic Medal). Served 
in India in 1858, and was present at the siege and capture of Lucknow, affair of Tigree, relief of Azimghur, action 
near Azimutghur, operations in the. Jungle, and captuiB of Jugdespore; as Brigade Major to the Oude Field Force 
under Lord Clyde in 1858-50, and present at the capture of the Fort of Amathei, and action of Dundeikera (three 
times mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

v» Colonel P. J. Campbell served in the Kaffir waf of 1851-5^ (Medal). Also in the Crimean campaign fh)m 
June to December-z855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

101 Colonel Twiss served in the Crimean campaign from Vay to July i855^oludJng the siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served at Canton with the force under Bear Admiral Seymour in 1856-57. 
Also with the Expedition of i860, and present at the surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 



^^ Colonel B. Curtis served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol, in the Trenches with the siege train (Medal with Clasp. Turkish Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

iM Colonel Hope seiTed in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and was present at the battle of Inketmaan, siege 
and flail of Sebastopol (woimded), in the Trenches with the siege train throughout the siege, including the bom- 
bardments of 17th October, 9th April, 6th and 17th June, 17th August, and Sth September (Medal with two 
Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor. 5th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 

10' Colonel Brendon served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to March 1855, including the aflkiirs of 
M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, the siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th 
Oct. 1854 (Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, sth Class of the MedJidie, and Turkish Medal). 

io« Colonel de Havilland served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 (save the interval between ist March and 
6th Sept. 1855), including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 
Brevet of Major, and Turkish Medal). 

107 Colonel Lukin served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 
6thandz7th June, X 7th August, and 8th September (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with four 
Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5tii Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Was selected to be sent 
home in charge of Trophies from Sebastopol, and had the honor of presenting them to Her Majesty the Queen and 
His Royal Highness Prince Albert in the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich. 

i<» Colonel Davis served in the Crimean campaign from 6th July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol, and battle of the Tchernaya (Medal with Clasp, Victoria Cross, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal, 
and Brevet of Major). 

110 Colonel W. J. Bolton served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-5^, in the Trenches with the siege train 
throughout the siege of Sebastopol, including the bombardments of Z7th October, 9th April, 6th and X7th June, 17th 
August, and 8th September ; was also present at the battle of Inkerman (mentioned in de^atcbes, Brevet of Major, 
Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). In xS^o 
while serving as Brigade Major of Royal Artillery in Canada he volunteered for the Red River Expedition, to 
which he was ain>ointed Chief Staff OlBcor, and on the return of the force was honorably mentioned in despatches 
and made a CJuG. for his services therewith. 

ii> Colonel Simpson served the Crimean campaign of 1854 and up to June X855, including the battle of Inker- 
man, siege of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th Oct. and 9th April (Brevet 
of Major, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

11& Colonel Byrne served in the Crimean campaign Arom May 1855, includmg the siege of Sebastopol, and expe- 
dition to Kertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

"B Colonel French served 'with the expedition to China in x86o, and was present«t Sinho, Tangku, capture of 
Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Also during the operations against l£e Taepings in 
the vicinity of Shanghai in May and October x86a, including the capture of the walled cities of Tsinpoo and Tsolin, 
the fortified city of ^a]'ow> the affair at Nanksiang, and recapture of the walled. city of Kahding. 

ISO Colonel Owen served the Eastern campaign of X854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, in the Trenches ^*ith the siege train, and bombardments of X7th October, 9th April, and 6th, X7th June, 
and Sth September (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal. 

\tt Colonel Denne served in the Crimean campaign from August 2855, including the siege and ftiU of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . 

i*s Colonel P. W. L' Estrange served in the Crimean oamjpaign ftrom Deo. 1854, ^ the Trenches with th& siege 
train before Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of 9th Apru and 6th and X7th June-'severely wounded, and batUe 

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War Sei^vices of the Officers of the Royal Artillei-y. 91 

of the Teb«nift7B (nMiitioiiad in despatches. Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Tarkish Medals, 
ar.d 5th Class of the Medjidie) . 

^^ Coloael Andrew«s served in the Eoslem campai^ of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, sieee and 
(•i'l ot Setiastopol— slightlv wounded in the Trenches on 2nd Nov. 1854 (Medal with t>vo Clasps, Brevet of Major, 
Kiiight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

"^ LtColoael Marray was nominated to the 4th Class of the Medjidie tor services with the lateOsmanli Horse 
.iriillery. Coaunanded a Colnmn of British and Native Indian Troops in support of Lt.Colonel Gordon, Royal 
Eo^fineers, commanding the Chinese Imperial Force in 1863-64, at the capture of ttic walled cities of Taitsan, 
KnriDsazi, and subsequent operations up to and includintp the fall of Soochow (mentioned in despatches, and ist 
C'ijuis Golden Order ot the Drsjf^on). Commanded a Battery of Armstroncr la-pounders throughout the Abyssinian 
campaign firom the 13th Dec. 1867 and was present at the capture of Maj^'dala (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of 
Major, and Medal). 

^^ Colonel Mackenzie served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, includinar the battle of Inkerman, siege and 
(ii\ of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 1 7th October. 9th April, and 6th and 1 7th 
•fune, 17th August, and 8th September; commanded rocket train at the bombardment of Kinboum (Brevet 
<-f M^or, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidio, and Turkish Modal). 

*• Colonel Bowley served in the Kaffir war of 1S51-53 (Medal). Abo in the China expedition of i860, and was 
present at the capture of the Tuku Forts, actions of the iSth and 21st September near Tangchow and surrender of 
Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

^ Colonel Heberden served in the Crimean campaign ft-om July to November 1855, including the siege and fall 
of S«bastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Colonel Ooodenongh served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Pandoo Nuddee, 
*»«re and eaiAure of Lnoknow, attack and capture of Fort Birwah— severely wounded (three times mentioned in 
•ie*patche*. Brevet of Megor. Medal with Clasp). 

^^ Ll Colonel A. H. W. Williams served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Tarkish Medal). Sen-ed in India in 1858, and was engaged in the repulse of the 
maimoas 8ep<)y8 at Mooltan on 31st March (mentioned in despatches; ; also served in Central India, and was 
present at the capture of Port Nahurgah ; subsequently commanded a flying column in pursuit of Tantia Topee ; 
aid aaerwards served as Brigade Major to the Royal Artillery of the Malwa Division (Medal). 

'*♦ LkColonels Coekbom and Cardew, Majors Tapper and Farrell served in the Crimean campaign from Sep* 
teaber 1455, including the siege and fttU of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Colooel Strover served in the Crimean campaign fi'om June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
<Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Servetl in the field in New Zealand war during 1860-61 and commanded 
the itiyal Artillery daring the greater i)art of the war in the Tarannki (Brevet of i[ajor, and Medal). 

»•" Lt Colonel J. H. Peile served in ihe New Zealand war in 1864-66 in command of a Field Battery (Medal). 

^ LcColonel P. T. IHxinyatea served throughout the Eastern campoigu of 1854-55, including the battles of Bala- 
Uara. Inkerman, and Tchemaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
Mri Turkish Medal). ^-» e y y »- • ^ ^ 

^* U.Golonel Waller served in India in 1857-58, and was present in the actions of Secundra, Chanda, and Sultan- 
P<^,Begeand oaptoz^of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, and capture of Jugdespore (three times mentioned in de- 
»ps£ebeB, Medal with daflp). 

'* Cgbod! A. C. Johnson served in the Crimean campaign flromMay 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas* 
tnftd (Medal with Clasp, and Tarkish Medal). Served in India in 1858, and was present at the siege and capture 
of Lackaow, and actions of Sirsee and Nawabgunge (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

'** LtColonel King served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the atTairs of Bnlganac and M'Keiisie's 
F&nn, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, repulse of the sortie on the 36th 
< ^ 1^54, and was Aide de Ounp to General Markham at the final assault of the Redan on the 8th September (men- 
ti-»ed in despatches. Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Ueial). 

'** Lt.Ck}bnel R. R. Jones served in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, aad Tarkish Medal). 

^** LtCokmel J. H. Brown and M^or Hams served in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854, including the siege 
and (all of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th and 17th 
Jane (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

"* Lt.C(4onel Stran^ways served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bnlganac 
>»lM'Kenxie'B Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and foil of Scbas- 
^F-f^l (Medal with four Clasps. Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

'** Majors Brancker and Hobart served with the expedition to China in i860, and were present at Sinho, 
7in«ku, and capture of Takn Forts (Medal with Clasp) . 

'*^ U.Cokmels Bootii, Brockenbury, and Gore served in the Crimean campaign firom June 1855, including the 
si^eaadfiaU of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

'^ LLCohmel Markham served the Eastern campaign of : 854, and up to January 1855, including the afiTair of M'Ken- 
D.'i Kana, battles of Alma and Inkerman, siogo of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal 
^^ il«« Clasim, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal) . Served in India in 1858, and was present at 
th* »euon of Secundra on a3rd Jan. (Motlal) . 

'* Colonel Teesdale served as Aide do Camp to Mjyor General Sir W. F. Williams during the whole of the 
jfjcksda of Kara, and at the battle on the Heights above that town on the 29th Sept. 1855. Successftilly held the 
aedoaU called " Ynksek Tabia " for the space of seven and a half hours imder a very heavy fire on the 29th Sept. 
«>::. and was mentioned in the despatch. Received a severe contusion from a grape-shot in the leg. The rank ot 

u«.4kneland the 3rd Class of the Turkish Imperial Order of the ^ledjidie were conferred upon him by the Sultan. 

In k letter ftom the Foreign Office, diited 7th March 1855, Her Majesty's Government conveyed their sense of 

tPiPT'QTsl of his efforts in averting from the Garrison of Kan the horrors that they sufiTered firom famine in the pre« 

Cfiia? winter. In virtue of his rank of Lt.Colonel in the Turkish Service he received the Order of Companion of 

'^^* *"* ^^"'^ ^^ '^® *^ Class of the Legion of Honor. Has also received the Victoria Cross. 

UXSoloiidTorTiano served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to Aug. 1855, includincr the battle of Inker- 

°»^.H«ftof Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, bombardments of 17th October, 9th April, and 6th 

^a-l 17* June (Medal with two Clasps, ICnight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 

i^S7^iad was pr ese nt at the action of Pandora, storm and capture of Meangnnge, siege and capture of Lucknow, 

*^«P*«wi of the Foirts of Dehnia and Tirol in Oude (Medal with Clasp) . 

l4.(}oloiMl J. T. B. Brown served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege and fell of Se- 

iMsepol (Medal witb Clasp, sth Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Mednl). 
^ lAColoiiti Isles' served in the Crimean campaign from Julr 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol— 

woaaded(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also served m the Indian campaign in 1S5S-59. and acted as 
buff OOoirio LLColonel walker in the attack and defeat of the rebel force which occupied the Fort and jungle of 

Boa^aon (antioned in despatch. Medal). 

j^Cokmcl Smart served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Chanda and Sultanpore, siege and 
^^^^^Jfitikjiow, actions of Barree, Sirsee, and Nawabgunge (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

"* Ttrn l o as l Newbolt served in India in 1857-59, andVas present at the attack and defeat of the rebel force 
P^ isilMint rafloB of the Nepaul Hills, in March 1859 (Medal). 

"* LtOolootl T. B. Straage served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Chanda, Sultanpore, and 

yaovrum, aftge and oaptnre of Lucknow, actions of Korsee, Nawabgunge, Soragunge, affairs of 23rd and a9th 

.5*T«T*«fMiofthe Goomtee at Bnltanpore, including affairs of a5th 26th 27th and a8th August, and Doadpore aoth 

0^ (fQt^t&Mi mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

* lA(}sloiMl PruciiB L^on, and Msyors Tracoy (wounded) and Tarleton served the Indian campaign of 1858, 

*s^wenimMttt«t tSae siege and capture of Lucknow and several minor affhirs (Medal with Clasp). 
tii^SHS^ M. TMlor and Mi^or O. E. 8. Scott (wounded) served in the Crimean campaign from Msy 1855, 

"^ tte TrMMbcs with the siege train at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and bombardments of 6th and 17th June 

ttd 17th Angoit (Medal with Clasp, 5th CU&ss of the Mcvljidie, and Turkish Medal).pjg|^|2g^ ^^ KjUU^ ikl 



a 7-88 War Services of the Officers of the Boycd Artillery. 

' Sir Richard Dacres senred in tHe Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the aflkirs of Bolganac and M'Kenaie's 
Farm, and battles of Ahna, Balaklaya, and Inkerman (horse killed) ; commanded the Royal Artillery at the repnlae 
of the Russians in the sortie firom Bebastopol on the 36th October ; succeeded to the command of the Royal AruUery 
at the siege of Sebastopol, after Brigadier General Strangways was killed at Inkennan on the cth Nov. 1854 (Medal 
with four Clasps, XCB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, Commander xst Class Military Order of Saroy, and 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Sir William Fenwick Williams commanded the Turkish Army at the defonce of Kars, and for his disfeingnished 
tierrices was nromoted Major General, nominated a XCB., and created a Baronet; has also received the xst Claas of 
the Turkish Order of the Medjidie, and is a Grand Officer of the French Legion of Honor. 

7 Sir Edward Sabine served the campaign on the Niagara Frontier in 18x4, and commanded the Batteries at the 
eiege of Fort Erie in August and September. 

>^ General England served the expedition to the Weser in 1805-6; to the Cape of Gk>od Hope and South 
America in 1806-7 ; campaign of i8x3in the Peninsula, including the battle of Vittoria and siege of San Sebaatian, 
for which he has received the Silver war Medal with two Clasps. 

" Sir John Bloomfield served in the Peninsula and France, firom March 18x3 to June X814, including the battle of 
Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, crossing the Bidassoa,and battles of the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse (Silver 
War Medal with six Clasps) . Served also the campaign of 18x5, including the battle of Waterloo. 

^' Sir John St. George served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, ^^^ commanded the siege train at the 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

^^ Sir Edward Warde served in the Crimean campaign of 1855, in command of the siege train before Sebastopol, 
and was present at the bombardments of 9th April and 6th and xTth June (Modal with Clasp, CB., Officer of the 
Le^on of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^' Sir CoUingwood Dickson served on the staff of Lord Raglan during the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and waa 
present at the aflkirs of Bulganac and M*Kensie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklaya, 
expedition to Kortch, and siege of Sebastopol (wounded 4th Feb. X855) ; conmianded the right siege train, and waa 
present at the bombardments of x 7th October, 9th April, and xjth June (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Aide de Camp 
to the Queen and Colonel, Victoria Cross, Officer of the Legion of Honor, and Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish 
Medal) . He is also a Knight of Charles the Third, xst Class St. Fernando, and Knight of Isabella the Catholic. 

" Sir David Edward Wood conunanded the Royal Artillery on the Eastern ftK)ntier of the Cape of Good Hope 
during the insurrection of the Boers and Kaffirs in x84a-43 (Medal). Served in the Crimean campaign of X854-55, 
and commanded the Royal Artillery of the 4th Division at the battles of Balaklava and Inkennan, repulse of the 
eortie on the a6th Oct. 1854, and during the siege of Sebastopol, until the final capture of the town ; was afterwards 
removed to the command of the Royal Horse Artillery, which he commanded until the close of the war in June X856 
(Medal with three Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Mec^idie, and Turkish Medal). Com- 
manded the Royal Horse Artillery in India fVom Oct. 1857 to Feb. X859 ; commanded the Royal Horse ArtiUeiy in 
the affiiir of Pandora, where they acted as Cavalry and charged and defeated a large force of rebel Sei)oys ; com- 
manded as Brigadier the Field Artillery in the operations previous to and during the siege of Lucknow, and at the 
conclusion of the siege and final capture of the town commanded the whole of the Amllery until the Army wna 
broken up. Subsequently to the capture of Lucknow was appointed to command the Station and Fort of Allahabad, 
and carried on the successful operations against the rebels in that part of the country— four times mentioned in 
despatches (Medal with Clasp, KCB.). 

^* Sir James William Fitzmayer served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the aflkirs of Bulganac and 
M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the a6th 
October 1854 ; was complimented on parade by Sir De Lacy Evans for his manner in bringing the Artillery at the 
Alma under "the hottest fire,*' and was again thanked by Sir De Lacy, and twice mentioned in his despatch on the 
repulse of the sortie on a6th October X854 (Medal with three Clasps, CB.. Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of 
the Me4jidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Greneral Askwith while attached to the British Embassy in Spain in 1838-39, waa attached to tfie Spanish Army 
during the Carlist War. The decorations of xst Class St. Fernando, Commander Isabella the Catholic, and Knight 
of Charles the Third have been conferred on him. 

*^ Lieut. General Francklyn served in the Crimean campaign ftom May to August X855, and commanded the siege 
train of the left attack before Sebastopol, and was present at the bombardments of the 6th and X7th June (Medal 
with Clasp, CB., 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

" Lieut.General Rowan served throughout ^e Syrian campaign in X840-4X, and was present at the bombardment 
and capture of Beyrout (Naval Medal with Clasp, Syrian Turkish Medal, and Brevet of^Major). Also in the Crimean 
campaign from September 1854 to January 1855, including the battle of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol, in the 
Trenches with the siege train and bombardment of X7th October (Medal with two Clasps, CB., 5th Glass of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

** LieuLGeneral Phillpotts served in the Crimean campaign from June to September 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the MeAJidie, and Turkish Medal). Has also received the 
Syrian Medal of X841. 

*s Major General Price commanded the Artillery of the Rajpootana Field Force under General Roberts at the cap- 
ture of Kotah on wth March 1858, and at the action of Saugor, and defeat of the rebels on the right Dank of the 
Bunnas (mentioned in despatches. CB., and Medal). 

M Sir John Miller Adye served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Assist. Adjt.(3eneral of Royal Artillery, and 
was present at the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, capture 
of Balaklava Castle, siege and fall of Bebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, 
4th Class of the MecUidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1857-58 as Assist. AdytGeneral of Royal Artillei7, 
and was present at the action of Pandoo Nuddee a6th Nov., operations before Cawupore under General Windham, 
37th 38th and 39th Nov., battle of Cawnpore and defeat of the Gwalior Contingent 6th Dec. X857 (three times men- 
tioned in despatches. Medal). Employed on special service with the expedition of xZ6\ against the tribes on the 
North-West Frontier of India, and was present at the storm of Laloo, capture of Umbeylah, and destruction of 
Mulkah (Medal with Clasp) . 

*' Mijor General H. L. Gardiner served in the operations at Prescott in Upper Canada in i8j8. Also in the 
pursuit of Tantia Topee in Central India in X858. 

^ Major General Youneliusband served in uie Crimean campaign firom October to November 1854, including the 
battle of Inkennan and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

3' Sir Charles D'Aguilar served the Crimean campaign firom September X854 to March 1855, including the battle 
of Inkerman (horse shot) and siege of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardment of 
17th October (Medal with two Clasps, CJB.. cth Class of the Medjidie, and Turkisn Medal). Served the Indian cam- 
paign of 1857-58, and commanded the Artiltery of General Franks* Force at the action of Seoundra. also commanded 
the Roval Horse Artillery at the siege and capture of Lucknow (three tin* •• mentioned in despatches. Brevet of 
Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

*> Major (General Thompson served in the Crimean campaign from May 185^, including the siege and fall ot 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . 

^ Major General John Turner was present at the capture of Port Natal on the 36th June 1843. Served also the Eastern 
campaign of 1854 and up to April 1855. including the afikir at M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, 
siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 36th October x854^Medal with three Clasps, CB,, Knisrht of the 
Le^rion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Received the Brevet of Lt. Colonel tor distin- 
iruished service at the battle of Alma in crossing the river with two guns, ascending the Heights and enfilading the 
Russian Columns. Commanded a Troop of Royal Horse Artillery in India in 1858-50. 

^ Miyor General Fisher t^crved in the Crimea from September to November 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

S7 Mioor General Gibbon served in the Crimea from 18th May X855, in command of a Field Battery, and for nearly 
three months the Artillery of the 4th Division, Including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and 
Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1857-58, was with Outram's Force at the siege and capture of Lucknow, where 
he commanded the Artillery of Br.Goneral Walpole's Division, and was specially recommended for promotion as 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 89 

haring "distingniBhed himself throughout the operations, particularly on the 9th and nth March 1858/* Com- 
manded fehe Aitineiy of Sir Hope Grant's Column in the action of Sisuree— sererely wounded (flye times mentioned 
in despatches, Breret of lligor, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

** Colonel Newton seryed in the Crimean campaign trom July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol. 
in the Trenches with the Siege Train, and was present at the bombsxdmenu or the X7th August and 8th September 
(Brevet of Ibyor. Medal with Clasp, jth Class of the Me^jidie, and Turkish Medal). 

*" Colonel uawldns served in the Crimean campaign trom March 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
and was present at the bombardments of the 9th April, 6th and X7th June, 17th August, and 8th September (mentioned 
in deroatches. Brevet of Mi^or, CB, Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turldsh Medals, and 5th Class of the 

^ Colonel Williams commanded the Royal Artillery in New Zealand in 1864-66 during the Waikato, Tauranga, 
and Wanganui campaigns, and was present at Ranffiawhia, Haerini, G^te Fah, Nulmmaru, and several minor 
sflUrs (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal) . 

** M^or General Grant served in the Crimean campaign from x8th Jan. 1853^ in the Trenches with the siege 
train, including the siege and foil of Sebastopol, and oombardments of 9th Apnl and 6th and xyth June (Medal 
with Clasp, Brevet of Mi^jor, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Meojidie, with Turkish Medal). 

** Colonel Johnson served in the Crimean campaign of X854-55, including the siege and foil of Sebastopol (Medal 
irith Clasp, 5th Class of the Mec^ idie, and Turkish Medal) . 

*7 Colonels Connell, Smyth, and Saunders served in the Crimean campaign trom June 1855, including the siege 
and Isll of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

** U. Colonel Purcell, Majors RichardiBon and Wardell were present with three Batteries of Royal Artillery under 
Colonel M'Crea in the revolution which upset the Bmperor Fausti in Hasrti in Jan. 1859; landed and protected 
the Enropeans at Port au Prince, and carried off the Emperor his fomily and ministers ; received the thanks of 
the English and French Governments. 

" Mi|)or General C. S. Henry served in the Crimean campaign of X855, in the Trenches with the siege train 
before Sebastopol (severely wounded), and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th and 17th June. (Medal with 
Clasp, Brevets of Mi^or and Lt.Colonol, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 5th Class of the Meojidie, and CB.) 

» Colonel Pipon served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affhirs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie'» 
Fann, the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Msjor, 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

" Major General Hamley served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M*Kenzie't» 
Fann, the battles of Alma (horse shot), Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse killed), the siege and foil of Sebastopol, 
and repulse of the sortie on the 36th October 1854 (mentioned in despatches. Medal with four Clasps, Brevets 
of Major and Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and CB.), Colonel Hamley is the author of '* The Operations of War." a work that may confidently bo 
dttiactenzed as one of the most invaluable modem military books extant— " there exists nothing to compare 
vith it in the English language for enlightened, scientific, and sober teaching in the general art of war : " vide 
ntTim*$ of xst Nov. X869. 

^ Colonel Field served in the Eastern campaign of X854-55 as D.A.Q.M.Gen. to the Royal Artillery, and wa» 
ment at the siege and foil of Sebastopol, and with the expedition to Kertch (Brevet of M^or, Medal with Clasp,. 
Koifht of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

** Colonel Hon. D. M'D. Fraser served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Inkerman and 
•le^e of Sebastopol (Brevet of Msgor, Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Com- 
' " * '" ' "^ ' ' ■" ' ' ^- --r -. « , - ,t of a rebel force at 

B.). 

. _ _. „, _ the battles of Alma „ 

Balatdara, and Inlcerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with four 
Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Mediidio, and Turkish Medal). 

*" Hhgadier Geaexal Arbuthnot (twice wounded), Colonels Hastings and FitzHugh served in the Crimean cam* 

C' n from May 1855, including the siege and foil of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and ntthe 
bardments of 6th and 1 7th June (Brevet of Major, Medal with Cla8p,5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . 
'^ Colonel Coldough was nominated to the 4thCias8ortho Medjidiefor services with the lateOsmanli HorseArtillery. 
"^ Major General S. B. (Gordon served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, 
Balaklaya, and Inlcerman, siege and capture of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 
Breveu of Major and Lt.Colonel, and ^th Class of the Medjidie, served in India m X857-58, and was present at the 
actions of Pandora and Doundeakeira (mentioned in despatches. Medal, and CB.). 

^ Major General Hon. E.T.Gage served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Brigade Major to the Royal Artillery-,, 
and was present at the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, 
c&ptare of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, 
Sardinian and TurkiBh Medals, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and CB.) ; was also present with the Turkish Army under 
Ooar Fssha during the operations at Rudchuck and Giurgevo, in the summer of 1854, and has received the Gold 
Uedal for the campaign on the Danube, awarded to him by the Turkish Government. 

•' Colonel Tupper served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balsklava and Inkerman 
(T>jimded), the siege and foil of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 36th October 1854 (Medal with three 
Clasp«, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

-* Culonel Heyxnan served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas* 
t'^pol (Medal with Claap, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

■* Colonel Hoate served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to February 1855, including the battles of 
Alata, Balaklava. and Inkenxum, the siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the a6th October 1854 (Brevet 
of Msjor. Medal with four Clasps, CB., 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Colonel Hoilly went to the Crimea as Aide de Camp to Brigadier Greneral Fox Strangways ; served in the 
Trenches during the winter of X854-55 and was appomted Adjutant to the Siege Train in February 1855, and .subse- 
ffenilj Brigade Major; was present at the bombardments of the 9th April, 6th and 17th June, 17th August, and 
^Ji &«ptember. After the foil of Sebastopol he was appointed Depu^ Assistant Quarter Master General at Head 
<«3&ners (three times mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, CB., Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of 
H'j'^r. 5th Class of the Me(Uidie, and Turkish Medal). Appointed to accompany the Prussian Army in the cam- 

C^iLriri866. Appointed Military Attach^ to the Frencn Army in 1870, and being attached to the Army of the 
^re, vas present at the various operations around Orleans including the battles of the 2nd (battle of Artenay) 3r(l 
^i 4th December, which resulted m the evacuation of the city, when he was taken prisoner by the German Army 
^1 sent to England (Commander of the Legion of Honor). 

" Oilonel Godby served in the Crimean campaign from May X855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
it the Trenches with the sioee train, including the bombardments of 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, Breycc 
(.f Major, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Colonel D. Sarsfield Greene served in India as Aide de Camp to Sir John Dupuis in 1857-58 ; commanded 
the Field Artillery at the action of Pandoo Nuddee, and also at the several engagements on the 37th and 25th 
Norember; was present at the operations round Cawtipore, and itt relief by Lord Clyde; present at the battle of 
Caw::porD on the 6th December 1857 (four times mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal, and CB.). Wa.s 
selected by Lord Strathnaim to command one of the Columns during the Fenian outbreak in Ireland. 

" Colonel Barry served in the Eastern campairrn of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish 
Xclals, and 5th CUus of the Medjidie) . Served in India in 1857-58, including the relief of the Garrison of Lucknow, 
Uule of Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknow— severely wounded (twice mentioned in despatches. Brevet of 
Lt. Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinho, 
Tiajfku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow. and surrender of Pekin {CB. Medal with two Clasps). 

*' Colonel Elgee was present at the capture of Canton m Doc. 1857 (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clas))) . 

*' Colonel Hay served as Assistant Adjutant General of Artillery with the expedition to China in i860, and was 
present at Sinho, Taagku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrend^j gf ^^^®^-g^f Major, 



90 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery, 

" Colonel SporwBy served in the Eaatem campaign of 18^4-55, including the battle of Inkennan, aiego and 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

** Colonel Michell served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to May 1855. including the Tiattles of Alma 
and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the storm and capture of 
Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, and commanded the Royal Horse Artillery at the aflTair of Tigree, 
relief of Azimghur. action near Aaimutghur, operations in the Jungle, aud capture of Jugdespore. attack and 
capture of Tiroul (four times mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt.CoTonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

^ Colonel Bedingfeld served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at the capture oftheTaku 
Ports and surrender of Pekin (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). 

'* Colonel Govan served with the expedition to China in x86o, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of 
Taku Ports (Brevet of Miy'or, Medal with Clasp). Also served in the operations against the Taepings in the 
vicinity of Shanghai in April and May 1862. 

^ Colonel Ingilby served in the Eastern campaign of 1854. and up to March 1855. including the aJShirs of Bul- 
ganao and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded), the siege of 
Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the a6th October 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

** Colonel Yates served in the Eastern ^Campaign of 1854, including the aflkir at M'Eensie's Farm, battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and repuhe of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with three Clasps, 
Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 
1B57-58, present at the action of Secundra, siege and capture of Lucknow, commanded Boyal Horse Artillery at 
the affioirs of Baragunge on 23rd and 39th of Jul^, also commanded the Artillery in the actions at Sultanpore on 
13th and aSth Aug. 1858 (three times mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

^ Colonel W. J. wilhams served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855. including the siege aud fall of 
Sebastopol (wounded), in Trenches with siege train, and at bombardments of 6th and 17th June (Brevet of Major, 
Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

** Colonel Penny cuick served in the Crimean campaign flrom November 1854, including the battle of Inkerman, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, 
battle of Cawnpore on the 6th Dec, actions of Seria Grhat, Ohanda, and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
and action of Barree (Medal with two Clasps). Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present 
at Tangku, capture of Taku Ports, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of LtColonel, 
and CB. 

^ Colonel Ol^ershavv served in the Crimean campaign from January 1855, including the sidge and fall of 
Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardment of April ; was employed on special service in 
1855-56 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

M Colonel G. C. Henry served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Me4jidie). Served the Indian campaign in 1858-59, and commanded a Pield Battery attached to Colonel Kelly's 
Force in the attack and defeat of the rqbel forces posted on the first range of the Nepaul Hills on the 25th and aSth 
March 1859 (mentioned in despatch, Medal). 

*« Colonel N. O. 8. Turner served in the Crimean campaign from March to September 1855, including the siege 
and fttll of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Mediidie, and Turkish Medal). Served 
in India in 2858, and was present at the siege and capture of Lucknow, affair of Tigree, relief of Azimghur, action 
near Aaimutghur, operations in the. Jungle, and capture of Jugdespore; as Bri^^e Major to the OudeTield Force 
under Lord Clyde in 1858-50, and present at the capture of the Fort of Amathei, and action of Dundeik^ti (three 
times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

100 Colonel P. J. Campbell served in the Kaffir war of 1851-5^ (Medal). Also in the Crimean campaign ftom 
June to December'1855. including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

loi Colonel Twiss served in Uie Crimean campaign ttom Vay to July 1855 including the siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served at Cauton with the force under Rear Admiral Seymour in 1856-57. 
Also v^th the Expedition of i860, and present at the surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps) . 

101 Colonel R. Curtis served in the Crimean campaign ttom. July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol, in the Trenches with the siegre train (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

^ Colonel Hope served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and was present at the battle of Inkenn!an, riege 
and flail of Sebastopol (wounded), in the Trenches with the siege train throughout the siege, including the bom- 
bardments of 17th October, 9th April, 6th and 17th June, 17th August, and 8th September (Medal with two 
Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor. 5th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 

^os Colonel Brendon served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to March 1855, including the aflkirs of 
M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, the siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 36th 
Oct. 1854 (Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^^ Colonel de Havilland served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 (save the interval between ist Match and 
6th Sept. 1855), including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 
Brevet of Major, and Turkish Medal). 

107 Colonel Luldn served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 
6th and 17th June, 17th August, and 8th September (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with four 
Clasps Knight of tne Legion of Honor, 5tii Class or the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Was selected to be sent 
home in charge of Trophies firom Sebastopol, and had the honor of presenting them to Her Majesty the Queen and 
His Royal Highness Prince Albert in the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich. 

^'^ Colonel Davis ser^-ed in the Crimean campaign ftrom 6th July 1855, including the siege and fiill of Sebas-^ 
topol, and battle of the Tchemaya (Medal with Clasp, Victoria Cross, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal, 
and Brevet of Miuor) . 

110 Colonel W. J. Bolton served in the Eastern campaign of x854-5<;, in the Trenches with the siege train 
throughout the siege of Sebastopol, including the bombardments of 17th October, 9th April, 6th and 17th June, 17th 
August and 8th September; was also present at the battle of Inkerman (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, 
Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). In 1870 
while serving as Brigade Major of Royal Artillery in Canada he volunteered for the Red River Expedition, to 
which he was ai)poiuted Chief Staff Olflcer, and on the return of the force was honorably mentioned in despatches 
and mode a cif G. for his services therewith. 

113 Colonel Simpson served the Crimean campaign of 1854 and up to June 1855, including the battle of Inker- 
man siege of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th Oct. and 9th April (Brevet 
of M*aJor, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

ii& Colonel Byrne served in the Crimean campaign Arom May 1855, includmg the siege of Sebastopol, and expe* 
dition to Kertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

U8 Colonel French served *with the expedition to China in i860, and was present-at Sinho, Tanffku, capture of 



Lw Colonel Owen served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and Call of 
Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th October, 9th April, and 6th, Z7th June, 
and 8th%eptember (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor. 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal. 

iM Colonel Denne served in the Crimean campaign flrom August 1855, including the siege and fiEkll of Sebaa- 
toDol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

»s Colonel P. W. L' Estrange served in the Crimean campaign ftrom Deo. 1854, in the Trenches with the siege 
train before Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of 9th April and 6th and 17th June-^aeverely wounded, and battle 

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War Se^'vices of the Officers of the Royal Artillei'y. 9' 

of the TchernAva (menUoned in despatches* Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

^^ Colonel Andrewea served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and 
fall of Sebastopol— slightly wounded in the Trenches on 2nd Nov, 1854 (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

'*^ LLColonel Morray was nominated to the 4th Class of the Medjidie for services with the lateOsmanli Horse 
Ariillery. Commanded a Column of British and Native Indian Troops in support of Lt.Colonel Gordon, Royal 
Engineers, commanding the Chinese Imperial Force in 1863-64, at the capture of the walled cities of Taitsan, 
Kflrinsan, and snhseqaent operations up to and including the fall of Soochow (mentioned in despatches, and ist 
L'iaas Golden Order ot the Dragon). Commanded a Battery of Armstrong la-pounders throughout the Al^ssinian 
eampttign firom the 13th Dec. 1867 and was present at the capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of 
^«jor, and Medal). 

'** Colonel Mackenzie served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and 
fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th October, 9th April, and 6th and 17th 



present at the capture of the Tuku Forts, actions of the iSth and 21st September near Tangchow and surrender of 
Pekin (Medal with two Claspe). 

^* Colonel Heberden served in the Crimean campaign from July to November 1855, including the siege and fall 
of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

"^ Colonel Goodenough served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Pandoo Nuddee, 
*ie?e and capture of Luoknow, attack and capture of Fort Birwah— severely wounded (three times mentioned in 
despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal witli Clasp). 

^ LkColonel A. H. W. Williams served in the Crimean campaign from Juno 1855, including the siege and fall of 
S«ba*topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . Served in India in 1S58, and was engaged in the repulse of the 
uotinooa sepoys at Moollan on 3i8t March (mentioned in despatches; ; also serve! iu Central India, and was 
pfwentat the capture of Port Nahurgah ; subsequently commanded a flying column in pursuit of Tantia Topee ; 
aad afterwards served as Brigade Major to the Royal Artillery of the Malwa Division (Medal). 

'*♦ LkColonels Cockbum and Cardew, Majors Tapper and Parrell served in the Crimean campaign from Sep- 
tember 1&55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Colonel Strover served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served iu the field in New Zealand war during 1860-61 and commanded 
the Royal Artillery during the greater part of the war in the Taranaki (Brevet of ilajor, and Medal). 

'* Ll Colonel J. H. Peile served in the New Zealand war in 1864-66 in command of a Field Battery (Medal). 

"•' U.Colonel P. T. Whinyates served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battlea of Bala- 
Itl&ra. Inkerman, and Tchemaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, sth Class of the Medjidie, 
aadTorkish Medal). 

^ U. (Colonel Waller served in India in 1857-58, and was present in the actions of Secundra, Chanda, and Sultan- 
P'^ Kiege and capture of Luoknow, relief of Azimghur, and capture of Jugdespore (three times mentioned in de- 
»{»ches. Medal with Clasp) . 

'* Cobne! A, C. Johnson served in the Crimean campaign flromMay 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
V)UA (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1858, and was present at the siege and capture 
of Ixocknow, and actions of Sirsee and Nawabgunge (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

'"U.Colon«l King served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and MlCeiisie's 
I^ina, bottles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, repulse of the sortie on the 26th 
OcL 1854, and waa Aide de Camp to General Markham at the final assault of the Redan on the 8th September (men- 
(;ciaed in despatches. Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

"» Lt.Colonel R. R. Jones served in the Crimean campaign ftrom Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
t>pc] (Kedal with Clasp, oad Turkish Medal). 

*♦• U. Colonel J. H. Brown and Major Harris served in the Crimean campaign from Deo. 1854, including the siege 
&ad Call of SebastopMl. in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th and 17th 
Jue (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medvil). 

"^ Lt.Colonel Strangways served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including theafiuirs of Bulganac 
«a H'Kenzie'a Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fhll of Sebas- 
lop^l (Medal with four Claeps. Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

'** Majors Branoker and Hobart served yrith the expedition to China in i860, and were present at Sinho, 
Tin^kn, and capture of Takn Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

"' U.(k)k>nels Booth, Brackenbury, and Gore served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the 
*>*?« aad Call of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

/^ LtwCoIonel Markham served the Eastern campaign of r S54, and up to January 1855, including the afllair of M'Ken- 

tit's Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, siogo of Sebasiopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal 

»!Jt three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1858, and was present at 

lie acUon of Secundra on 23rd Jan. (Medal). 

. ^ Colonel Teesdale served as Aide de Camp to Major General Sir W. P. Williams during the whole of the 

Wf<kade of Kars, and at the battle on the Heights above that town on the 29th Sept. 1855. Successfully held the 

«>loubi called " Yuksek Tabia " for the space of seven and a half hours imder a very heavy fire on the 29th Sept. 

'*5?. aad was mentioned in the despatch. Received a severe contusion from a grape-shot in the leg. The rank ot 

UCo)oiielaad the 3rd Class of the Turkish Imperial Order of the Medjidie were conferred upon him by the Sultan. 

ia & letter Arom th« Foreign OtUce, dated 7tn March 1855, Her Majesty's Government conveyed their sense of 

tpproval of his efforts in averting from the Garrison of Kara the horrors that thejr sufliBred from famine in the pre- 

eeiiag winter. In virtue of his rank of Lt.Colonel in the Turkish Service he received the Order of Companion of 

i:«« Balh aad that of the 4th Class of the Legion of Honor. Has also received the Victoria Cross. 
''* LtOokmel Torriano served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to Aug. 1855. including the battle of Inker- 

'^^fiiefsof Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, bombardments of i7tli October, 9th April, and 6th 

^^ x:1h June (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 

l^^5i,aBd was preaent at the notion of Pandom, storm and capt\ire of Meangungs, siege and capture of Lucknow, 

'^'i^ciftaws of thm ¥atU( ot Dehnia and Tirol in Oude (Medal with Clasp). 
'" LcCokRiel J. T. B. Brown served in the Crimean campaign ftom Julv 1S55, including the siege and fhll of Se- 

«««topol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
'" LtColoDsl l^leo: served in the Crimean campaign from Julv- 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol— 

wooaded (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also served in the Indian campaign in 1858-59. and acted as 

btaffCHBeer v> I^Colonel Walker in the attack and defeat of the rebel force which occupied the Fort and jungle of 

iJongaon (mentioned in despatch. Medal). 
*** U.Cok]nel Smart served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Chanda and Sultanpore, siege and 

csntore of Lucknow, aclioiisof Barree, Sirsee, and Nawabgimge (twice mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 
^ UuCviaoA Newbolt served in India in 1857-59, and was present at the attack and defeat of the rebel force 

l»5«? » <*• •»* range of the Nepaul HUls, in March 1859 (Medal) . 
"• US>AoaA T. B. Stiwnge served in Indii in 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Chanda, Sultanpore, and 

i>Qowrar% lisge momI capture of Luoknow, actions of Korsee, Nawabgunge, Soragunge, affairs of 23rd and 29th 

^.^7. pssMMofibe Ooomtee at Bnltonpore, including affairs of 25th 26th 27th and 28th August, and Doadpore 20th 

^ (fturf tfiass ttentioued in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 
''^ lACoUMiel 7naci» Lvon, and Majors Tracey (wounded) and Tarleton served the Indian campaign of X858, 



*« ^ere pi'ssiui at the siege and capture of Lucknow and several minor affairs (Medal with Clasp) . 

ttd xTth Aiga^ qSiTwiSf ciasprsSi Cuiss of the Me^ljVdii aiTl^k^^^ iC 



lAColOBsl M. TM>r and Major C. E. S. Scott (wounded) served in nbe Crimean campaign from Mny 1855, 
|°ueTtiiMlMs with the uege train at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and bombardments of 6th and 17^ June 



92 War Seruices of the Officers of the Boyal Artillery, 

^*> LtColonel Keate senred in the Crimean campaign firom ICaroh to Angnst 1855 and was present at tte siege off 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Torkish MedaO- 

^^ Lt.Colonels J. J. Smith and Still, and Major de Moleyns, served in the Crimean oampaign from July 1855, 
indwlintr the sie^e and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Torkish Medal). 

*^ LtColonel Eardley Maitland served throughont the operations with Havelock's Column in 1857, incdodlng the 
actions of Fattehpore, Aoong. Pandoo Naddee, Cawnpore, Oonao, Bnseemtgnngs (first and second), Boorbeako- 
chowkee, Mangawara, and AJambagh, relief and defence of the Kesidenoy at Luoknow, with Outram's Force in 
the Alumbagh from Jan. to March iBsS, siege and capture of Lncknow, and actions at Selimpore and Sundeela in 
the ensuing Oude campaign (Medal with three Clasps, and a year's service). Was appointed a military attach^ 
to the British Embassy at Constantinople during the Busso-Turkish war in 1877, and was with the Head Quarters of 
the Turkish forces at the defence of the Shipka Pass and at other places. 

i<s Lt. Colonel Thomhill served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and ftdl of 
Sebastopol, and bombardment of the 6th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

^^ Lt.CoIonel Pearse served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in X858, and was present at the 
capture of Kotah on 30th March (Medal). 

f** Mig'or Sohreiber served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

^^ LLColonel Alderson served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombanunents of X7th October, 9th 
April, and 6th and 17th June (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of we Legion of Honor, and Tnrkisn Medal). 

^^ Lt.Colonel Ravenhill and Major Tweedie served in the Crimean campaign from April 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, and battle of Tchemaya (Mednl with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Major Tweedie alsa 
served in India in 1858, and was engaged in the repulse oi the mutinous Sepoys at Mooltan in July (Medal). 

1* Lt.Colonel Ruck-Keene served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (wotmded), in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombanunents of 17th October, 9th April, 
and 6th and z7th June (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

170 Lt.Colonel Han well i>erved in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

17* Lt.Colonel Law served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege and fttll of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at the actions 
near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Zulu war of 1879. While commanding 
the Boyal Artillery in South Africa he was appointed Commandant of the Lower Tugela district in Natal ; he 
prepared the column for the relief of Ekowe. and he commanded one of the two divisions of that column in the 
relief of that place, including the engagement at Gingindhlovu (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

i7> Lt. Colonel Downes served in the Crimean campaign from May to August 1855, including the siege of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

'7* Lt. Colonel Warren served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of Luoknow by Lord Clyde, 
battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, and subsequent engagement at the Subadar's Tank ; commanded the Heavy Battery 
at the storming of Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow ; summer campaign in Oude, and actions of Barree 
and Simree ; passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, taking of Fort Rehora, and attack on Koelee (commanded Uie- 
Artillery) ; also served in the Trans-Gogra campaign, including action of Cherodra, and taking of the Fort of Mud- 
jediar— commanded the Mortar Battery (three times mentioned in despatches. Medal witii two Clasps). Served at 
Umboyla in the campaign against the hill tribes in the North- West Frontier of India in 1863, and was present at the- 
storming^ of the Conical Hill and Lalloo, also at the engagement in the plain of Chumla (mentioned in despatches. 
Medal with Clasp) . Served throughout t^e Bhootan cam^raiign of 1864-65. 

17^ Lt. Colonel Betty served in the New Zealand war in 1864-66, including the Waikato campaign and action at 
Orakau (mentioned in despatches) in command of a Battery ; also during the Wanganui campaign, and commanded 
the Field Guns in action on the Patea river in March 1865, and in ower skirmishes on the Wanganui coast, and 
present at the attack and defeat of the natives at Kaitaki (Medal). 

177 Lt.Co1oncl Wyllie and Major PhUlpotts served with the expedition to China in z86o, and were present 
at Sinho, Tangkn. capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, cmd surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

178 Colonel H. T. Arbuthnot served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including theafikir at M'Kenzie's- 
Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 86th Oct. 1854. 
(Medal with throe Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of 
1857-58, including the action of Secundra, attack on a Fort near Moonsheegunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
capture of Forte Rehora and Koorlee (mentioned in despatch. Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

179 Major General Biddulph served throughout the Eastern campaign of i8<4-55, including the battles of Alma and 
Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and expedition to Kertch (Medal wiu three Clasps, Turkish Medal, and stb 
Class of the Medjidie) . Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Kalee Nuddee, siege and 
capture of Lucknow (as D.A.Q.M.Greneral of Artillery), action of Jamo (as Brigade Major to the Field Force), and 
affair of Daoodpooro. Served as D. A. Adjutant General of the Oude Force under Sir Hope Grant from Oct. 1858, 
and was present in the operations in the Byswarra district, passage of the Gogra, ana various actions on the- 
Nepaul frontier, also operations there in 1859 terminating in the forcing of the Jerwah Pass (several times men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served as Military Secretiuy with the expedition to Chino in i860, and 
was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Brevet of 
Major, Medal with two Clasps) . Was promoted Brevet Lt. Colonel for services in India. 

i*** Colonel Wm. Stirling served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac 
andM'Kenzio's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava and Inkerman, the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of 
the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served 
as Brigmle Major of Artillery with Rajpootana Field Force at the capture of Kotah on 30th March 1858 (Medal, and 
Brevet of Major). Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sixiho, actions near Tangchow 
and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp). * 

1*1 Lt.Colonel P. E. Hill served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava and 
Inkerman, siej^e and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the S^djidie, and Turkish Medal) . 
Served in N.W. India under Sir John Michel in 1858-59 (Medal). 

iM Lt.Colonel Rideout served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 1 7th October, oth Apnl, 6th and 1 7th 
June, 17th August, and 8th September; on the last bombardment he commanded a battery of Mortars (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served with the Royal 
Horse Artillery throughout the campaign of 1858-59 in Oude, including the occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the 
Goomtee at Sultanpore, affairs at Sliahpore, Paleeghat, and Kandoo Nuddee ; and in the Irans-Grogra district at 
the affair of Chunla, capture of the Fort of Mujeedia, and action of Bankee (Medal). 

iM Lt.Colonel Humfrey served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train 
before Sebast<)pol, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals). 

"* Lt.Colonel C. W.Wilson commanded the Royal Artillery of the Left Brigade Dooar Field Force in Bhootan from 
Februarj' 1865, and the whole Artillerv of the Force on the Eastern Frontier of Bengal from June to October 1865, 
and was present at the taking of StocKades at Bala Pass, at the destruction of Stockades above Buxa, and at the 
taking of Stockades of Nagao above Chamoorchee (Medal ^vith Clasp). Commanded the Eurasian (Mountain) 
Battery of Artillery in the Expedition against the Loshais in 1869 under Brigadier Genend W. F. Nuthall. 

1** Ma^ior de AVinton (wounded) served the Crimean campaign from January 1855, including the siege and fall 
of Sebastoiiol. in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 9th April and 6th and 17th June (Me<lal 
with Cln.<<p, Ivni<rht of the Legion of Honor, nnd Turkish Medal). 

i»6 Major ih'i Hon. R. V. Dillon was present at the capture of Canton in Dec. 1857 (Medal with Clasn). 

i8« Major I/iuell.^n served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the x3th Dec. 1867 and commanded two 
guns left in i,;;irrison at Addigcrat (Medal). 

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War Services of the OjJIcers of the Ro\jal Arl'dlery, 93 

'» Colonel Hickoa sarvecl in the Crimean campaign from Nov. 1854, including the liege and fall of Bebastopol* 
Id the Tienchea with tae siege train, and bombarclments of 9th April and 6th and x^th June (Medal with Clas|^ 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal) . Served as Aide do Camp to Brigadier General Crofton with 
the expedition to China in i86o» and was present at Sinho, Taneku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangcbow« 
sod surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

"> Msior W. G. Martin served in the Crimean Campaign from December 1854 to January 1855, including tlifl 
si^ of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

*" M^jnr Ward-Ashton served in the Crimean campaign from May to September 1855, including the sieg« 
asd fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

'** Major F. A. Anloy served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train 
before Sebsstopol, including the bombardments of the 9th April, 6th and 17th June, 17th Auirust. and sth 
September (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served also in India during the mutiny, and wms 
pTeseat at the repulse of the Mutineers at Mooltan on the 31st August 1858 (Medal). Has also the fironse Medal 
of the Royal Sumane Society. 

>M M&jor Ellis, subsequent to the fkll of Sebastopol, served in the Ciimea from early in October i8«5 until Ite 
eracustion in June 1856, and was employed in the destruction of the Docks of Sebastopol. Commanded a Detach- 
ment of Boyal Artillery from the x6th November 1858 to the x6th March 1859 with the Berar Field Force, and was 
employed to destroy by mines one of the strongholds of the Bohillas in the Deccan. Served throughout the 
Abjsainian campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867, first in a Field Battery of which ho brought most of the horses flnom 
India to Zoola, but becoming Supemumerarv waA subsequently employed as Provost Marshal and in the Land 
Transport Train. Comnvanded a Division of the Train in the Highlands of Abyssinia for several months. Held 
cosunand of the Train at Sooroo and a( Addigerat, two important posts on the line of communication to Magdalft 
(mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

>" Lt.CoIonel O. H. A. Nicolls served in the Oimean campaign of 1854 till October of that year. Served also the 
ctmpsign of 1855 from September, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Tuildsh 
Xed&l). Was in command of the Boyal Artillery throughout the operations In Perak in 1873-77 under Major 
General the Hon. Sir F. Colbome, including the advance on and capture of Kinta in December 1873 (Brevet of 
LLColonel). 

^ Major Mi^endie served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and f&ll of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . Served m India in 1858, and was present at the siege and capture of Luck- 
now, and action of Sirsee (Medal with Clasp). 

^' Sir John Camplsell served in the (Crimean campaign from 38th March 1855, inoludmg the siege and fall of Bo- 
bastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th June, 17th June, TTth 
An^lQst, and 8th September (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served with the expedition to 
Chinainx86o, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts (mentioned in despatches, also in tlio 
French General's despatches for services in command of two Howitzers in support of the French attack), actiona 
near Tangchow and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

^ M^r F. A. Whinyates served in the Crimean campaign flrom April 1855, including the siege and fall of Se- 
btrtopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the battla 
of Cairnpore on 6th December, action of Futtehghur, and aflkir of Kankur (Medal). 

^ Ma^or Elton sorved in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, la 
tie Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th and z7th June (Medal with Clasp, 
Koightofthe Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

" K^or Booke served in the Crimean campaign firom August 1855, including the siege and fall of EebastopQl 
(MedalirithClasp, and Turkish Medal). -« o 

■^ Major Wortham served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Yedal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in India with the Okamundel Field Force in 1859, and was present 
at the attack on the Fort of Beyt, siege and CaU of Dwarka. Served with the expedition to China in x86o, and was 
pnaent at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

* Xj^or Maule served in the (Mmean campaign from May 1855, m the Trenches with the siego train at th« 
lieee and &U of Sebastopol, and bombardments of 6th and zTth June and z7th August (Medal with Oksp, Sardinian 
aad Turkish Medals) . Served also in India in x857>s9 with the Rajpootana Field Force under General Roberts, and 
wu preient in the action of Pertabghur (Medal) . 
"'LLColonel G^ry served in the Crimean campaign fromMay 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train at the siege 
■3d fkn of Sebastopol, and bombardments of the 6th and 17th June and x7th August (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of 
tk Hedjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in tiie field during the Indian mutiny ft^m October 1858 to 1859 in the 
jQ^aeipore district, and with Sir Hope Grant's and Goxruckpore Field Forces. Served throughout the Abyssinian 
campaign (Irom ist January x868 as Brigade Mi»or of Artillery and was present at the action of Arogee and capture 
ofXatfdsIa (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Migor, and Medal). 
"^ X^jorBice served in the Crimean campaign from May to August 1855, with the siege train at the siege of 
Sebastopol, and bombardments of 6th and 17th Juno (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

" ICi^or J.H. P. Anderson served in the Crimean campaign fr*om August 1855, including the siege and Call of Se- 
^•Kopdl (Medal with C^asp, and Turkish Medal). Present at the capture of Canton in December X857 ; and servod 
vttb the expedition of x86o, resent at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender 
»rPekin (iCdia with three Clasps). 

** Uaior A. S. Hunter served in the Crimean campaign frt>m May 1855, including the siege and fall of SebastO' 
P&I (Xedal with Claap, and Turkish Medal) . Also served in the field durmg the New Zealand war in 1867. 
J^ M^ Staveley served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Ejilee Nuddee, aflOur of 
l^fimga, aiege and capture of Lucknow, actions of BareiUy, Sha^jehanpore, and Mohumdee, capture of Fort 
S'gBisaiMi Rampore Kussiah, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and affair of Mucheegaun (Medal with Clasp). 
" V^ Edmeades served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Kalee Nuddee, battle of Cawn- 
^noafiOi Dec., and action of Sherghur Ghat (Medal). 

^^Migor Bom served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the capture of Nurgoond on xst June 1858 (Medal) . 
otfi^d with the expedition to China in x86o, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of Taku Forts (Medal 
«iih Clasp). 

^ Major William Smith served in the Indian campaign of 1857-59, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord 
^<7Qe> battle of C«wnpore on 6th Dec, actions of Serai Ghat (mentioned m despatches), Chanda, Umeerpore, and 
°wtupor«, aiege and capture of Luclmow, attack of the Moosabagh, and action of Barree ; afterwards present with 
7f°>K>roes in piursnit of the enexny and watching the fords of the Gogra, and in the Trans-Gogra campaign in* 
^^»^ aereral small afflurs on the Baptee and the frontier of Nepaul (Medal with two Clasps) . Served in the New 
y »' iM waarin 1864 in command of a Detachment of Royal Artillery in the campaigns on the Waikato and at Te 
ASBj^incliidmg the attack on the Gate Pah, where his guns were reported by Sir Duncan Cameron as having been 
•"fprnaervice (Medal). 

J^l^jor Burnett served in the Indian campaign in 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, 
JwU«or(}awnpoTe on 6th Dec, siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Barree and Sirsee (Medal with two 
Clupi). 

P*** l|jior Talbot served with the expedition to China in x86o, and was present at Tangku, and capture of Taku 

. *" l^Gobmel Oliver served in the Indian campaign in 1857-58, including the action of Pandoo Nuddee, operations of 
»e 37th aSth and 29th Nov. before Cawnpore, and battle there on 6th Dec, actions of Kalee Nuddee and Ramgunga, 
~*e<>odeaptare of Lucknow, actions of BareiUy, Shahiehanjpore, and Mohumdee, capture of the Fort of Rampore 
^^jMh, p s srog e of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and aflUr of Mucheegaun (mentioned in despatch. Medal with 01s«p). 
y™ tothe Bhootan campaign in X864-65, and commanded the Artillery of the left colmnn at the taking of the 
ratofDalxmkote, and in the aflUr at Chamoorchee (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 
t.^,Jr^ Morgan served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Bandah (Medal) . Served with the 
t?^'^ to cadata la x86o, and was present at Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with 
'•'^ wasps). 



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94 Wox Herviees of the Officers of the Boyal Artillery. 

■^ Mi^'or Ford Mrred in India ia 1857-59, including the r«Uef of Lacknow (woonded) by Lord Clyde, ftflWr of 
Bnndah, of the Alnxnbagh ftrom Jan. to Muoh, siege and capture of Lncknow (mentioned in despatch, Medal witn 
two Clasps). 

«w Major R. C. Smith served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the affair of Jelalpore (Medal) . -. . * 

"• Major Chalmers served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Kalee Nnddee, afljaar 01 
Bamgnnga, siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Bareilly.Shahjehannore, and Mohumdee (Medal with Clasp). 

« Lt. Colonel B. L. Forster served as Aide do Camp to Major General Pratt during the New Zealand war of 
x86o-6x (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

«•» Major de Cetto served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the aflftdr of Puttjrabad, capture of Chandairee 
Fort, siege and capture of Jhansi, and action of Betwa (Medal) . 

•M Miy'or F. S. Stoney served in India in 1858, and was present at the attack on a Fort occupied by rebels on 
Beyt Island. 

"• Lt.Colonel H. Brackenbnry served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Banda and capture of 
Kirwee (Medal with Clasp). In the Franco-Cennan war of 1870-71 was attached by the Government to the service of 
the British National Society for Aid to the Sick and Wounded, and was present with the armies till the concluBion 
of the Armistice. For his services in this capacity he was appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor by special 
decree of the French Government of National Defence, was made a Knight of the First Class of the Royal Bavarian 
Order of St. Michael, and received the Iron Cross from the Emperor of Germany. Accompanied Sir Garnet 
Wolseley to the Grold Coast in September 1873 as Assistant Military Secretary, and served throughout the Ashanti 
war of 1873-74, including the action of Essamen, relief of Abrakrampa, battle of Amoafttl, battle of Ordahsn and 
capture of Coomassie (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). In 1875 was further rewarded 
with the Brevet of Lt Colonel on return from special service with Sir Garnet Wolseley in Natal. 

«» Major A. W. Duncan served in the Ashanti War in 1874 in the Transport Service. Commanded the poat of 
Fommanah during the repulse of the enemv's attack, and was slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches for the 
** energetic defence of the post," Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

■*> Lt.Colonel the Hon. A. Stewart served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangkn« 
actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp) . 

'** Major Dunlop was appointed Commissioner in Perak shortly after the ci^mmencement of hostilities in Nov- 
1875, and by his able ancf energetic co-operation mainly contributed to the success of the combined naval and 
military operations under Major General Colbome and Captain Bnller, R.N., which ended in the capture of Kinta. 

*** Major Cottingham served in India in 1857-58 ; and was present at the action of Pandora, and action and 
capture of Tiroul (Medal). 

*♦» Major Auchinleck served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Kalee Nuddee, batUeof Cawn- 
pore on 6th Dec, and affair of Kankur (Medal). 

*** Major Kyle served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Seoundra, Chanda, and Sultanpore, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, relief of AEimghur, action near Asimutghur,operations in the Jungle and capture of 
Jugdespore (mentioned in desnatch. Medal with Clasp). 

*** Major H. L. Mitchell served in the Indian mutiny campaign and was present at the attack and defeat of the 
rebel force posted in the first range of the Nepaul Hills in March 1859 (Medal). 

**• Major Parry served throughout the Afgnan war of 1878-70 in command of a field battery of the Koomm 
Valley Field Force, and commanded the Artillery of Brigadier General Cobbe's force at the storming and capture 
of the Peiwar Kotal on and December 1878 (mentioned in despatches). 

**f Major Ellaby served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at the capture of the Taku Forts 
(Medal with Clasp). Also served in the operations against the Taeping rebels in the vicinity of Shanghai in 1862, 
including the storm and capture of the walled cities of Kading, Tsingpoo, and Tsolin, and the minor operations of 
Wongkadza, Tserpoo, and Najow. 

"• Major Nolan brought the "A" Battery Steel Mounted Ordnance from England, and was most energetic in 
gettin|r It into order previous to the arrival of No. 5 Battery 2i8t Brigade; and served throughout the Abyssinian 
campaign from December 1867 as Adjutant to Colonel Milward, and was present in the action of Arogee and 
capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, and Medal). 

»* Major Burgess served with the expedition from Aden against the Foodlee Arab Tribe in 1866, including the 
destruction of Shugra. 

»* Major Moorsom served with the expedition to China in x86o, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of 
Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

*■* Major Gwyn served in India with the Okamundel Field Force in 1859 and was present at the capture of the 
Fortof Beyt, and the siege and fall of Dwarka. Served with the column under Brigadier General Ross in com- 
mand of No. 1 Battery, sth Brigade, throughout the operations in Perak in 187^-77. 

»» Major Toogood served in New Zealand during the Waikato and Wanganui campaigns, and was present at 
Nukumaru and the Patea river (Medal) . 

»«> Lt Colonel Pickard served in Now Zealand at Taranaki during the latter part of the war of 1860-61. Also 
durins the Taranaki, Waikato, and Tauranga campaigns in 1863-64, and was present at the actions of Katikara, 
Rangiriri, Gate Pah, and Tauranga (mentioned in despatches, awarded the Victoria Cross for gallant conduct 
during the assault of Rangiriri, and Brevet of Major). 

••» Major G. G. Hannen served at Canton with the force under Rear Admiral Seymour in 1856-57, was present at 
the capture of Canton in Dec. 1857 : served with the expedition of i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture 
of Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with three Clasps). 

*^ Major C. E. B. Leacock and Captain J. S. Quayle served with a Steel Mounted Battery throughout the Abys- 
sinian campaign from the 29th Dec. 1867 and were present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

•70 Captam E. A. FitzRoy served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867, and was present at 
the fall of Magdala (Medal) . 

*7a Captain Pemberton Harrison served against the Taeping rebels at Shanghai in 186a, including the captures 
of Tsinpoo, Tsolin, and Najow. 

*7« Captain A. G. Yeatman-Biggs served against the Taeping rebels at Shanghai in 1862, and was present at the re- 
capture of Kahdlng. 

•y* Captain A. Gnibb served throughout the Waikato and Tauranga campaigns during the New Zealand wars of 
1863-64, including the action of Gate Pah, and commanded the Artillery at the action of Te Banga (mentioned in 
dMpatches, Medal). 

*7^ Sir Charles Larcom served in theNew Zealand war in 1863-64 (Medal) , and was present at the actions of Katikara 
and Kaitak (wounded in the shoulder). Commanded a Detachment of Artillery engaged at Sentry Hill (Medal). 

"0 Captain J. F. Maurice accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special service, 
and serveu as his Private Secretary throughout the Ashanti war of 1873-74, including the relief of Abrakrampa , 
battloofAmoaftil, capture and destruction of Becquah (as Staff Officer to Colonel M'Leod), battle of Ordahsu and 
capture of Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

*>i Captain T. R. Disney served throughout the Abyssinian campaign trom the 6th Feb. 1868, and was present at 
the fall of Ma»iala (Medal). 

"^ Captain J. C. Robson served in the New Zealand war in 1863-66, including the Taranaki and Waikato cam- 
paigns, and was present in the action at Rangiawhia (Medal). 

««* Major Alleyne served in command of the Detachment of Royal Artillery and 7-pounder mountain guns 
which accompanied the Red River Expedition fVom Canada in 1870. 

» Captain Carr^ served in the New Zealand war in 1863-66, including the Waikato campaign, and was presentat the 
action of Orakau, and assisted in conducting the Sap. Commanded Detachment during the Wanganui campaign, 
and present at the action of Pukaki (mentioned in despatches, Medal) . 

Me Captain Greer served in the New Zealand war in 1863-64 and was present at the attack on the Gate Pah and 
action at Maketu (Medal) . 

»' Captain Shippard served in the operations in Perak in November and December 1875, including the advance 
on and capture of Kinta. 

^* Miger W. 8. Langley served throughout the Abyssinian campaign frt)m the xsth Dec. 1867 as Adjutant 

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in Lt.CoIonel Wallace, and was preMnt at the faXi of Magdala (Modal). He pervcd a« StafT Officer of a 
colamn ander Colonel Wallace at varioua periods darmg the advance on Hagdala ; as Acting Brigade Major of 
the Brigade nnder Brigadier Wilby, after the capture of Magdala, daring the iilness of the Brigade Miuor ; was 
appoiotod Staff Officer of the 3rd colnnm on the commencement of the march down country, and seryea as such 
and as Assistant Qoarter Master General till it was broken np previous to embarkation. 

^ Captain Pratt served throughout the Bhootanese campaign of X864-65, with the Left Brigade Dooar Field 
Force, and was present at the capture of Dalimkote, engagements at Chnmurchi and NItgoo, and recapture of the 
Bala Pass (Medal with Clasp). 

m Captain W. H. F. Sorell served with the expedition fW>m Aden against the Foodlee Arab tribe in 1866, inoluding 
ihe destruction of Shugra. Served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 4th October 1867 ; commanded a 
Mountain Battery dunng Captain Marett^ absence on other duty, and was also employed in the Land Transport 
Train (Medal). 

iM (}aptains F. W. J. Barker and TV. F. de H. Curtis served with a Steel Mountain Battery throughout the Abys- 
fisian campaign tiom. the TSt Jan. x868 and were present at the capture of Magdala (Medal). 

*7 Captain H. E. Dolphin served in the Bhootan Expedition in 1855, and was present at the recapture of Dewangir 
(Medal with Clasp). 

1* Captain J. w. Buckle served with the Armstrong Mountain Battery in the left centre column of the Bhootan 
Field Force flnom November 1864 to March 1866, andwaspresentat the affair of the 4th February and the capture 
of Btockadee at the Bala Pass on the zsth March 1865 (Medal with Clasp) . Served with a Mountain Battery in the 
A^Bsinion Expedition from January 1868 to the end (Medal) . 

» Captain C. W. E. Murphy served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from ist Jan. 1868— with the Bind 
Hone until 9th April, and afterwards with a Battery of Artdlory, and was preiiciii at the fall of Magdala (Medal). 
** Captain F. H. Taylor served throughout the Abyssinian campaign frum sQbh Dec. 1867, and was present at 
the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, and Modal) . 
"* M^or A. Broadfoot served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from Feb. z868 (Medal). 
^^ Captain G. H. Palmer served in the Ashanti war in 1874 with EUtit's Artillery, and was present at the capture 
asd destruction of Adubiaasie, battle of Amoafhl, battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomajssie (Medal with Clasp). 
^ Captain Rigs' served in command of detachments of Boyal Artillery in Bunghie Ujong, throughout the 
operations in Perak in 1875-7. 

at Captain C. M. H. Dowmng served In Abyssinia from the 39th Deo. 1867 to Feb. 1868 (Medal). 
"* Captain H. Orofton served with a Steel Mountain Battery throaghout the Abyssinian campaign f^om Jan. 
iS63 (Medal). 

» (^p«ain W. 6. Knox served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867, and was stationed at 
Addigent with the two guns there (Medal). Served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war from the xjfh. 
Dee 1873 with Bait's Artillery, including the capture of Borborassie, battle of AmoaAiI, battle of Ordahsu and 
capcare of Coomasaie (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war of 1878-79, and was' present at the assault 
az^ capture of Ali MuBjid. 

*** Qaptun S. P. f*. Freeth served in the second phase of the Ashanti war from 13th December 1873. Was attached 
(A Bait's Artillery and present at the battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (Medal with Clasp). 
"* lieat. Monck- Mason served in Perak with the Indian Column under Brigadier General Ross from November 
1875 to February 1876. 

^ Lint. Monckton served throughout the operations in Perak from November 1875 to January 1877 : was in 
fomnand of the Roval Artillery in the attack on the Patjsir Salah stockades in November 1875, and was with No. 9 
fiiuery, and Brigade, in the advance of the main column under Mx^or General the Hon. Sir F. Colbome, and at 
tbe capture of Kinta in December 1875. Was Acting Assistant Re.<iident at Kinta during the latter part of 1876, and 
neeived the thanks of the Governor of the Straits Settlements for his services. 
"* lieut. r. C. Rich was awarded the Bronze Medal of the Royal Humane Society on the 26th August 1867. 
"*Iient.W. (St. Lowther served on the Gold Coast from December 1873 to the end of the Ashanti campaign 
(Medal). 

** Lieut. E. F. Dawson served with the Expeditionary Field Force in Arabia in 1873. including the investment 
•arrender and destruction of the fort at Al-Hota, and march to Zaida in pursuit of the rebel All bin Mana. chief 
cf Toodlee. 

» Lieut. Elwes served in No. 3 Battery, 5th Brigade, with the Indian Colnnm under Brigadier General Rosa 
tiiro<u;hout the operations in Perak in 1875-7. 

*" Lieut. Henriques served with a detachment of Royal Artillery in Sunghie Ujong throughout the operations in 
F«ak Id 1875-7. 

=*■ Major Wflliama served with the 90th Light Infantry throughoui the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal) . In the Cri- 
seaD campaign from 5th Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). In the Indian campaign in 1857-58, including the actions at Cawnpore in Dec, and subsequently at tho 
fall of Lueknow (Hedal with Clasp). 

*• Veterinary Surgeon Skoulding served in India in 1857-58, and waspresent at the capture of Nurgoond (Medal). 
Served with the exp^tion to China in z86o, and was present at Sinho, Tangku,and capture of Taku Forts (Medal' 
vtUi Clasp). 

** Veterinary Sorgeon Anderson served in the New Zealand war in x86o*-66, including the Taranaki and Waikato 
a^cpaigns, and waa present at the afihirs of Kerri Kerri and Pukikohe, and actions of Rangiawhia, Hirini, and the 
Gate nh (mentioned in despatches. Medal). Served with the Abyssinian Expeditionary Force in 1867-68, and 
Csraed and had charge of the Sick Depdt at Koomayloo and Pioneer's Wells, and was three times employed on 
Special Service (mentioned in despatches. Medal) . 
■• Veterinary Surgeon J. C. Berne served throughout the Abyssinian campaign of 1868 (Medal) . 
B Eii&ig Master Pawson served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Balaklava, siege and 
ftU of Sebastopol, capture of Kertch and Tenikalo (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 
ex9e<iition to China in j86o. and vra.s present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

*ss hiding Master Butler served in the Indian campaign in 1858-59; commanded two guns Royal Horse Artillery 
in Maiica ^ying Column in pursuit of rebels under Tantia Topee in Dec. 1858 and January 1859; engaged at 
ZecTuore and Cnnpra Baroda (twice mentioned in despatches and thanked by Governor General in Council, 

^ Biding Master Abbott served in the Crimea and was present in the action near Eupatoria while attached to 
the li^bt Cavalry Brigade (Crimean and Turkish Medals). 

^ Qouter Master Cliff served throughout the Gwalior Campaign of 1843, including the battle of Punniar 
(BwMe ftar). Served throughout the Sutlej Campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee, Forozeshah, 
aa^Sobnon (Medal and two Clasps). Also throughout the Punjaub Campaign of 1848-49, including the actions of 
Raan^gur. passage of the Chenab, battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwalla, and Goojerat (three times mentioned in 
dcipucbes. Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Indian Mutiny Campaign in 1857-58, and was present at the 
batUe of Badleke Serai and subsequent operations before Delhi including its siege and capture from 8th June to 
22Bd Sept. 1857— commanded two heavy gims from the t4th until the nignt of the aand September. Afterwarda 
preeeatattbe actiona of Bolundshur, AUyghur, and Agra, relief of Lueknow including the attack on Dilkoosha^ 
La Maniniere, and Secnnderabad ; battle of Cawnpore on 6th December, action of Khodagunge and retaking of 
f attefaghnr (mentioned in despatches. Medal with two Clasps). Commissioned as Ensign for having distinguished 
iiiauelf on aevoral occasions, but more particulariy at the capture of Delhi, and considered by the Ck>mmander in 
Chief m India as eminently worthy of reward. 

a; Qnaiter Master B. Simons served in the Crimean Campaign from March 1855. including the siege and fall of 
l^'ebutopdl iAd battle of the Tchemaya (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . Served in India from November 
i'S7.ntclnlingrepQlse of the mutinous Sepoys at Moolton on 3i8t Aug. 1858 (Modal). Served with the Bhootan 
Expeditiaa of i86s-«6 (Medal with Clasp). 



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» Sir George Brooke served in Bundleomid during 1809-10. Throngbont the Nepaal war of 1815-16 including 
attacks upon Nallaghur, the Heights of Bamghnr, and Port Malown. Siege of Hattram in 1817. Mahratta war 01 
»8x7-i8. Siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-26 (blown up). Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, inclnding the Watties 
of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon, in the two first he commanded the whole of the Artillery (Medal and two 
GlMpB, and CB.). Pnnjaub campaign of 1848-49, as Brigadier commanding the Horse Artillery, including the a^^'' 
at Bamnnggur, and battles of (JhiUianwaUah and GkMjerat (Medal with two Clasps). Has also the Indian War 
Medal with two Clasps for the Nepaul War and Bhurtpore. 

7 General Grant served in the Burmese war of 1825-26, inclnding the siege and capture of Donabew, actioniB 
ef Prome, Maloon, and Paghammew (Medal with Clasp). AjErigbaniBtan campaign of 1839-40, including siege and 
capture of Ghuznee (MediJ). Gwalior campaign of 1843, and battle of Mabarajpora (Bronse Star, and Brevet or 
Major) . Sutlfij campaign in 1846, and wounded at the battle of Sobraon (Medal, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel) . Punjaub 
campaign of 1848-49, including the action of Bamnnggur, battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat 
(Medal with two Clasps, and CB.). 

* Sir James Alexander served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-26 (Medal with Clasp). Com- 
manded the Artillery in the Affghanistan campaign of 1842 under Sir Creorge Pollock, including the forcing of tne 
Khyber Pass, action of Tezeen, and recapture of Cabool (Brevet of Major, and Medal). Gwalior campaign, in- 
cluding battle of Maharajpore 2pth Dec. 1843 (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, and Bronse Star). Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, 
inoludmg the aflfkir of Buadiwal, and battles of Aliwal and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp, and CB.). 

* (3eneral Lane served the Affghanistan campaign of 1842 under General Pollock as Commissary of Ordnance, 
and was present at the forcing of the Khyber Pass and recapture of Cabool (Brevet of Major, and Medal). Com- 
manded a Troop of Horse ArtiUexy in the Gwalior campaign, including the battle of Mahan^pore (Brevet 01 
Lt.Colonel, and Bronze Star), Sutlej campaign in 1845-46, including the battles of Aliwal and Sobraon (Medal and 
Clasp, and CB.). Pui^aub campaign of 1848-49, including the action of Ramnuggur, and battles of Chilliauwallan 
and (^oojerat (Medal vi'ith two Clasps). 

" General Campbell served in the Burmese war in 1825-26, including the siege of Donabew, actions of Prome, 
Maloon, and Pagammew (Medal with Clasp). Gwalior campaign and battle of Punniar, seoth Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star, 
and Brevet of MEiior). Sutlej camiHUgn 01 1845-46, including battles of Ferozeshah and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp, 
and Brevet of Lt. Colonel) . Commanded Artillery Division at Lahore during Puujaub campaign of 1848-49 (Medal) . 
Served through the Indian mutiny in 1857-58 (Medal). 

" Cteneral Abbott served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-26 (Medal). Carried terms of accom- 
modation from the Court of Kheva to the Court of Russia. Was cut down in a night attack on the banks of the 
Caspian Sea, and detained a prisoner, but ultimately completed the negotiation at St. Petersburg (received the 
thanks of H.M. Minister for Foreign Affairs, and the Dooranee Order of the 3rd Class). Reduced to submission the 
mountaineers of Hnzara in armed rebellion against the Government. On the Sikh Governor of Huzara, with two 
Brigades of regular Troops, 12 guns, and the garrisons of many castles and small forts, declaring for Moolraj, he 
vaised the population at Huzara, and, after mai\y small affairs, remained master of the district ana of nearly all the 
castles ; afterwards marched upon and occupied with 1,500 matchlock men, the MarqueUa Pass, which 16,000 Sikh 
Troaps and 2,000 Dooranee horse were preparing to thread (received the thanks of H.M. Ministers in both Houses 
of Parliament, the Brevet of Major, ana the Punjaub Medal, with all its Clasps). 

1* (Seneral Turner commanded Troop of Horse Artillery of Shah ShT:uah'B Force throughout the Affghanistan 
campaigns of 1839-42, attached to the C;andahar Division, and present in all the actions in that district, with recap - 
tore of Ghuanee and re-occupation of Cabul. Mentioned by (General Nott as ** having on many occasions rendered 
most essential service," and also as "distinguished" (Medal inscribed " Candahar, Ghuznee, Cabul, 1842"). Com- 
manded a Brigade of Horse Artillery at the battle of Budleekeseraiand throughout the siege of Delhi (mentioned in 
despatch. Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Commanded the Artillery of Colonel Greathed's Movable Column (mentioned in 
despatch). Commanded Detachment Bengal Artillery of Lord Clvde's Force at the ^lief of Lucknow (thanked by 
Governor General, and mentioned by the Commander in Chief, "his most particular acknowledgments being dne,^' 
and as having " few equals as an artillery officer;") also at the battle of Cawnpore (mentioned as " again draw iuf^ 
most marked attention to distinguished merits"). Action of Khodagunge, retaking of Futtyshur, and capture of 
Mean^nge (mentioned); commanded 3rd Brigade and Bengal Horse Artillery at the fiiuu siege of Lucknow. 
mentioned " for services of the highest value " (Brevet of Colonel, CB.^ Medal with three Clasps, and a year's service 
ISbr Lucknow). 

** Sir James Brind served in conrmiand of the Artillery with Sir Sydney Cotton's Force against the Momunds in 
August 1854 (Medal with Clasp). Also in command of Foot Artilleiy of Delhi Field Force f^om 26th June to the end of 
the siege operations in 1857. Commanded a Colunm in Mozuffemuggur and Seharunpore districts. Commanded 
Artillery of General Walpole's Field Force in 1858 during its march trora. Lucknow to Allygunj, and in the aflkirs of 
fiooya and Allygunj ; and served in the same capacity with Lord Clyde's Army through Rohilcund and at the cap- 
ture of Bareilly, and with Brigadier Troup's Column in Oude in 1858-59, including engagements of Modhypore, 
Bussulpore, Mitowlee, Aliguqj and Biswah. Commanded Columns at the action of Mehndi (where all the enemy's 
guns were captured) , and m pursuit of Feroze Shah through Oude towards Central India (repeatedly mentioned in 
despatches, received thanks of the Government of India, Medal with Clasp, CB., and Brevet of (Colonel). 

1* General Huyshe served as Brigade Major of Artillery during the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44, including the 
battle of Maharajpore (Bronze Star). Commanded a Troop of Horse Artillery throughout the Panjaub campaign 
of 1848-40, including the battles of Sadoolapore, ChillianwaUah, and Goojerat (twice mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Major, Medal witb two Clasps). 

* General Carleton commanded the Bengal Artillery Division siege train at the siege and capture of Lucknow 
in 1858 ; commanded Artillery in theaction of Nawabgunge (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevetof LtCDolonel, CB., 
Medal with Clasp). 

M Lieut.General Douglas served the campaign of 1842 in Afiglianlstan under (General Pollock, and was present in 
every aelion that took place on the advance and ta the recapture of Cabool (mentioned in despatches. Medal). In 
March 1858 joined the Army under Sir Hugh Rose then besieging Jhansi, and was present at the assault, having 
taken a gun down to the gate near which the right assaulting party attempted an escalade ; subsequently com- 
manded the Artillery of the Hyderabad Contingent and was present at the various affairs in which the Contingent 
was engaged and those which preceded the capture of Calpee (Brevet of Major, MedaJ). 

>7 Sir Edwin Johnson served in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Ferozeshah and Sobraon 
fMedal and Clasp). Pnnjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the passage of the Cheenab at Ramnuggur, and 
battles of ChillianwaUah and Gk>ojerat ; served on the staff with Sir Walter Gilbert's force in the subsequent pursuit 
of the Sikhs and Affghans (mentioned in despatch, Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). Served during 
Indian mutiny in 1857-58 as Assistant Adjutant General of Artillery, and was present at the actions of the Hindu n 
on the 30th and 3i8t May (slightly wounded, mentioned), battle of Budleekeserai, siege and capture of Delhi 
(mentioned. Brevet of Lt. Colonel), siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned, Cfi., Medal with two Clasps). 

^' Major General de Teissier served in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Pan- 
jaub campaign of i848-49,including the battles of ChillianwaUah (mentioned in despatch) and Groojerat (Medal with 
two Clasps) . 

>^ Lieut. General Olpherts commanded four Guns on service in Burmah in 1841 ; and two Guns in action at Jhima 
Ghat during the insturection in Sanger and Nerbudda territory in 1842. Conmnanded a Light Field Battery 
throughout the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44, including battle of Punniar mentioned in despatch. Bronze 
Star). Raised and commanded ArtiUery of Bundlecund Legion in the Hill campaign in Sind under Sir Charles 
>Iapier in 1844-45. Commanded Artillery of Native Contingent against Kote Eangra. Served with Sir Colin 
CampbeU in the Peahawur Valley in 1852 (Medal with Clasp). InTurkevand the Crimea in 1854-55-56. Ccm- 
manaed three Gu:is, which, with Detachment of 10th Foot and a few Maaras Fusiliers under General Keil (in 
all 200 Europeans) routed three Native Regiments at Benares on 4th June 1857. Commanded a Batteiy with 
:^velock's Force in the actions at Bithoor (horse shot), Mungurwar, and Alumbagh, and first Relief of the Resi- 
dency at Lucknow; acted as Brigadier of Artillex^ in defence of the Residency m>m 27th Sept. to i6thNov. 1857 
(wounded, mentioned in despatches). Commanded a Battery at the Alumbagh ftx>m a2nd Nov. 1857 to 17th March 
1^58, tmd was present in all the engagements there during that period, also at the capture of Lucknow by Lord 
';iyde (Brovet8ofMajorandLt.Colonel,C£., Victoria Cross, Medal with two Clasps). Commanded a Battery of 



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HoTM Artillery in Oude in 1858. Served aa a Volunteer with the Frontier Expediiiou against the Wiueerees in 
1859-^ nnder Sir N. Chamberlain. 

• LieoLGeneral H. H. Maxwell eexred the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44 and battle of If aharajpore (Bronze Star) . 
Botiq oampaiflpi of 1845-46 aa D. A. Q. M. General of Artillery, including batUea of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, ai^ 
Sobnwn (mentioned in deapatch. Medal and two Claapa, Brevet of Major). Waa present at the battle of Oltenitaa 
under Omar Faaha on the 4th Nov. 1853, and at the Ruaaian attaoka on Kalafttt in the winter of 1853-54. Did duty aa 
tu Officer and Interpreter to the Naval Brigade nnder Sir Wm. Peel at the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (men- 
tioned), defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore, and action of Khodagunge— thigh bone broken by a moaket 
ball (Brevet of LtColonel, Medal with Claap). 

^ MiyorCtoneral Angelo aervedinthe Sutlq campaiffn of 1845-46, including the defence of Ferozepore, and batHea 
of Faroaeahah and Sobraon (Medal and Claap). Pni^aub campaign of 1848-40, including the passage of the Chenab at 
Bamnoggnr, and battlea of Sadoolapore, ChiUianwallah, and GK>ojerat (MediEkl with two Claspa) . tiiege aad capture 
of DclSlMedal with Claap). 

" IfalorGenand Bunny aerved in the Bntlej campaign in 1846 and waa prcaent at the baUle of Sobraon (Meda\). 
Panjaob campaign of 1 848-49,- including the first and aecondaioge operationa before Mooltan and surrenderor the 
fortrcai, actiona of xath Sept. (wounded) and 7th Nov., on which laat occaaion when in command of two Horae Artillery 
gnsa he waa particolarly brought to the notice of the Commander in Chief in General Whish's despatch ; afterwards 
prae&c at the battle of (3oojerat (Modal with two Clasps). Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including the battle of 
Bndleekeserai, siege and captare of Delhi (slightly wounded 23rd July), battlea of Bolundshuhur and Agx^ relief 
of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (mentioned in desiMtches), battle of Cawnpore, taking of Futtehghur, waa Brigade Major 
oftba Siege ArtiUerj ai the aiese of Lucknow (mentioned in deapatchea). Preaent with Walpole's Column aa Staff 
Officer of Artillery at the attack on Fort Rooya and action of Allygunge (mentioned in deapatch) ; preaent at the 
battle ofBareiBy (mentioned), and actiona of Mohumdee and Shahabad (Brevet of Major, Medal with three Claapa). 
Nominated a CB. 34th May 1873. 

* M^rGeneral Gray aerved in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battle of Aliwal (Medal). Punjanb 
campaign uf 1848-49, including the paaaage of the Chenab atRanmuggur, and battlea of Chillianwallah and GroojenUt 
(Medal with two Claapa). Served aa Deputy Commiaaary of Ordnance in the Indian Mutiny campaign, including 
ue liege and aaaanlt of Delhi in 1857 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

" Sir Frederic^ Roberta aerved throughout the Indian mutiny of 1S57-58 aa D.A.Q.M. General of Artillery, 
lododing the siege and capture of Delhi f>om the aSth June to the 20th Sept. (wounded 14th July, horse shot X4th 
M|>tanber), actiona of Bolnndahnr (horae ahot), Allyghur, Agra, Kunoj (horae aabred), and Bundhera where he 
Bsnowly escaped capture while reconnoitring ; preaent in the akirmiahes prior to and throughout the operationa 
nonecfied with the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde ; operationa at Cawnpore tram a8th Nov. to 6th Deo. 1857, and 
eeSntofthe Gwahor Contingent, action of KhodiM?ungc, reoccupation of ruttehghur, storm of Meaognnge, action 
oTKooTBee, and the varioua oDerationa ending with the capture of Lucknow (thanked by the Governor General, 



vutona C^roaa, Brevet of Muor, Medal with three Claapa) . Employed on apecial aervice with the expedition of 2863 
tpoit the tnbea on the North-Weat Frontier of India, and waa preaent at the atormin^ of Laloo, capture of 
Unb^bh, and destruction of Mulkah (Medal with Claap). Served in the Abysainian campaign fVom January 1868;, 
uiaiaiant (Quarter Master General with the Bengal Brigade, and, aa Senior OfBcer of the Department at Zonlla. 
■Bpoateuled the re-embarkation of the whole army ; waa aelected by Sir Robert Napier aa the bearer of hia final 
MWebea (Brevet of Lt.€k>lonel, and Medal). Served aa Aaaiatant Quarter Maater General and Senior Staff 
usoer vith the Gacbar Colunm, Looahai Expeditionary Force, in 1871-73, and waa preaent at the capture of the 
JOjom liUam, and attack on the Northlang range. (Commanded the Troopa engaged at the burning of the 
^Jf'fff of Tukoom, a6 January 1873 {CB.). Haa been twenty-three timea mentioned in despatches. 

* IMjor (Seoeral Hills served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, Including the actions on the 30th and 
3*1* **7 on the Hindon, battlea of Budleekeserai and Nuijufghur, siege and capture of Delhi (severely wounded on 
fa JvXv X857), n^ge mnd capture of Lucknow, Rohilcnnd campaign, taking of Bareilly, and action of Mohumdee 
^«Tenl times mentioned in deapatchea, also by the Governor General in Council, Victoria Croaa, Medal with two 
^^•ps, aad Brevet of Major). (3ommanded the 8-inch Mortara in the Abyaainian campaign f^m the 6th Feb. 
*?V.^?^*HP'^*^^ ^ ^® capture of Magdala (mentioned in deapatchea. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal). 

"pwmel Walker aerved the Pux^ub campaign of 1848-49, including the battlea of Sadoolapore, OhilliaB- 
villa (mentioned in deapatch), and Ooojerat (Medal with two Claapa). Indian mutiny, including action of Agra, 
i^inof liocknow by Lord Clyde (mentioned), occupation of the Alumbagh under Outram firom 35th Nov. 1857 vntii 
the final capture of Lucknow in March 1858, attack on Fort Rooyah, actiona of Allygunge and Bareilly (Brevet of 
^. Hedal with two Claspa). 

'Colonel Fulton aerved in the Pux^aub campaign in 1848-49 (Medal). Alao at the aiege of Delhi (mentioned in 
Wtelies with " especial approbation and thanka for seal, abUitgr, and ooolneaa in aituationa of great danger/' 
vdai with (Ha^). 

" Odonel Cordner aerved in the Peahawur Mountain Train in varioua engagementa on the Trans-Indus Frontier 
«aMS4 to 1859 (Medal with Clasp) . In the Indian mutiny (Medal) . Commanded Mountain Train Battery in tte 
^^Jjqvi Hill campaign of 1863-63, and also in the Bhootan campaign of 1864-65 (mentioned in despatches. Clasp). 
lu aS^ Harward aerved with Havelock'a Force f^mita first advance from Allahabad to Lucknow, including 
I Sr^ ^ ^* rebels at Futtehpore, Aoung, Pandoo Nuddee, Cawnpore, Bithoor, Mungarwar. and relief of 
"jcoow (mentioned in deapatch) ; defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore (Medal with Clasp). 
rf »WM ^ Bogle served in the Crimea in 1855-56 in command of a battery of Turkish Field Artillery (4th Ghiae 
J "•r**SJ"^« and Tnrkiah Medal). Served in the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1857-58. including the action of 
*Jw) SnUa (mentioned in despatches) and the recapture of Lucknow. Received the thanks of the Govemar 
J«>a»l for "gallantry and resolution." (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian oam- 
V^or 1858 m command of a battery of six mountain guns and four mortara (aeveral timea mentioned in do- 
^^*^»«». Medal). 
Tiiw^** M*Leod aerved with the Field Force under Sir S. Cotton againat the hill tribea at Boree, Peahawur 

"^^u i85>-54. Served throughout the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-58, including the entire aiege and 
rr^ of Ddhi, with actiona of Budleekoaerai and Nuijufghor ; with Qreathed'a Column in the actiona of 
lSJ??"' -^yu^or. »nd Agra; relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore, siege and capture of 
ki»^ (mentioned in despatches), campaign in Oude, and actions of Barree (thanked by Commander in Chief), 

r?'5S Nawabgnnge (Medal with three Clasps). 
av wiUian Hamilton was wounded in six places during a night attack on his Camp by 200 AflVeediea whilat 
~«aac a cmitaiy road to Fort Makeaon and encamped aix milea firom Peahawur. Out of 60 burkundaa and 
ik«\!? ^ ^® camp 15 were killed and 31 wounded. Served before Delhi fW>m the 26th June to the capture of 
«o*SSL?* aoth Sept. 1857, having organised the lat Company of Sikh Artillery during the aiege, and constantly 
^:attiaa«d BaUeriea of position (mentioned in deapatchea, with ** eepeoial approbation and thanivs for aeai ability* 

• rT?? "* "itaationa of great danger "—Medal with Claap) . 

MrSrSr^ Hughea commanded a Mountain Train Battery throughout the operationa of the expedition of x86j 
iSSLt^J?** ^"^ ^^^ North-Weat Frontier of India, and waa preaent at the atorming of Laloo and Cloture of 

2W!?^^** ^ ^^«- M«^»i ^^ Clasp) . 
»i— T'^^**"*^^****^!! waa thanked by the Governor General and mentioned in Sir Hugh Rose's despatch for aev- 

w fV^i* *** defence of Sanger. 
*>ibClMn> ^ Tiomey served with Sir Sydney Cotton's Force on Eusoofile border in April and May 1858 (Modal 

ea!!Lli'Sfe?.''™^*y served in suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the battie of Nujjufghur, siege and 

^Hwe oTD^ (mentioned in despatches, twice sUghtly wounded on the 14th Aug. 1857, and again at the aaaaufet 

>H i^r8^''fS!^^ ^ Shumahabad, aiege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with two Claapa)- 

X9I if rJC?? T- ^- 8«ith aerved at the aiege and capture of Lucknow and capture of BareUly(Medal with Clasp}. 

t3»i?3f!""" As****®" •wved throughout the Burmeae war of 1853-53, including the operations before and cap- 

jaiiS TUF^P^^^^ ^'^^ C»MP for Pegu). Waa engaged in auppreamon of the Santhal insurrection in 1854 ; and 

»3LiS2lS'l25«""^y» including the action of Khudjiva (Medal). Djqitizad by kj UUy It: „ 

lA.CoWnelFitrt«fald aerved with the expediticns under Sir Neville ChamberiMin in Megratizyednet Upper 



98 War Set-vices — Eoyal Artillery (late Bengal ArtiUery), 

Koorum in 1856, and against thcBozdarBelochees in March 1857 (Medal witli Claap). Also at the siege and captiire 
of Delhi, and with the Field Force under General Showers in various minor operations in 1857-58 (Medal with Clasp). 

»•• Lt.Golonel Mandorson served in the BurmoBe war of 1852-53, including the capture of Rangoon (liedal with 
Clasp for Pegu). Indian mutiny, including siege of Delhi l^m 8th Sept. 1857, action of Agra, reBef of Luoknow by 
Lord Clyde, siege and capture of Lucknow (twice mentioned in despatches. Medal with thr^e Clasps). 

"« Lt.Co1onRl Arbuckle served in the Burmese war in 1852 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu) . Served on staff of Omar 
Pasha's Army in tho Crimea in 1855-56. including the siege of Sebaetopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

"1 • LtColonel Welsh served in the Indian mutiny oampatgu of 1857-58 in command of a Detachment of Artillery at 
Gorruokpore and Azimghur (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

"* Li.Colonel Hitchins served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including the actions of Agra, 
Gongeeree, and Putteealee ; occupation of the Alumbagh firom 10th Feb. until capture of Lucknow, attack on Fort 
Booneiya, and defence of Shahjehanpore (Medal with Clasp). ,,^ _. . 

"• Lt.Colonel Hawkins served witb the Turkish Contingent during the Crimean campaign in 1855-56 (Turkish 
Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including the battle of Cawnpore on 6th Doc. 1857, acUon of 
Shumshabad, capture of Lucknow, and capture of Calpee (Medal with two Clasps). 

"» Lt.Oolonel Cumberland served with the expedition to the Meeranzaie Valley and Upper Koomm in 1856, and 
with that into the Bozdar Hills in 1857 (Medal with Clasp) . ^ _^^ . 

"• LUColonel Charles Hunter served with the Bengal Horse Artillery throughout the operations oonneoted with the 
■iage of Delhi, including the battles of Budleekeserai (wounded and horse shot) and Nujjufghur, and assault on the 
Z4fth Sept. 1857. Subsequently with Ureathed's Column and engaged in the taking of Maleghur Fort. AOyghur, and 
aotion at Agra. Relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, subsequent operations at Cawnpore. relief of Futtehghur, siege 
aad capture of Lucknow, and pursuit of the rebels in Dude (three times mentioned in despatches— Medal, with three 

1" LtColonel Traill served in suppression of tho Indian mutiny, including the siege andcaptureof Delhi(mentioned 
in despatch), battle of Agra, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore and 
Soorajghat, siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with three Clasps). 

"» Lt.Colonel Barnes commanded two guns manned as Horse Artillery by Volunteer officers and sergeants m the 
actions of Nembhaira and Sheerun in Central India in 1857. Was severely wounded— shot through the right bresst 
—at the siege of Neemuch in Nov. 1857, and received the thanks of the Bombay Government. Also served through- 
out the Quae caxnpaign in 1658-59 (Medal). ^ ». j 

»>• Lt.Oolonel Elliot served in the suppression of the Indian mutiny; took part in the actions of the 30th and 
31st May 1857, on the Hindun, commanded his battery throughout the latter action ; was present i^ the battle of 
Budleekeserai, the siege and assault of Delhi (severely w^ounded in the bead on the xsth September), and several 
minor actions ; slightly wounded on two occasions (Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Hasara campaign 
of x868 on the Black Mountain in command of the Peshav^ar Mountain Battery (Medal with Clasp). 

iM Colonel MacFarlan served in the action of Chinhut and throughout the defence of the Residency at Lucknow. 
Was slightly wounded by round-shot splinters and severely by a bullet (mentioned in despiUKsh and by Gtovemor 
(General in Council, a year's service for Lucknow, Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Mf^or). 

"• Lt.Colouel Franks served during the Indian mutiny, —in the Rohilcimd campaign in 1858, and present at the 
actions of Nugeerra and Dojura Nuddee, relief of Moradabad and Bareilly ; in Oude under Sir Hope Grant in the 
Trans-Gogrs campaign, present at the passage of the Gogra and subsequent operations. Commanded half of and 
Troopi anof Brigad^ Horse Artillery in the Gonda district in Oude in April 1859, and with a force under Colonel 
Oormiok on nth April defeated a body of rebels composed of a remnant of the Cawnpore mutineers (mentioned m 
despatches. Medal) . ^ ^ «* 

»* LtColonel Aislabie served in suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the actions of the 30th and 3i8t 
May 1859 on the Hindun, battle of Budleekeserai. siege and assault of Delhi (Medal with Clasp). 

» LtColonel Robinson served at the siege and capture of Delhi flrom ist Aug. 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 

*** LtColonel Jones served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including the battle of Agra (Medal). 

»w Lt. Colonel Griffin served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including the battle of Agra (men- 
tioned in despatch. Medal). 

"■ MajorWake served theRohilcund campaign in i858,and takmg of FortMittowlie (mentioned In despatch. Medal) 

!■• Major Byre served in the Saugor district in 1857-58 (Medal) . 

i»* Major Davidson served In suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the actions of the 50th and 31st May 
1857 on the Hindun, battle of Budleekeserai (severely wounded) , and battle of Bareilly (Medal with Clasp) . Served 
throughout the Hazara and Black Mountain campaign in x868 (Medal with Clasp). 

m Major F. B. Lewes was present at the mutiny of the 5T8t Bengal Native Infantry at Peshawur on ttie aSth 
August 1857, and served in the Pcshawur Division under Sir Sydney Cotton during the Indian mutiny (Medal). 
Also served against tho Mahsood Wuzeerees in tho expedition under Brigadier General Sir N. Chamberlain, in Ai>ril 
and May i860 with the Peshawur Mountain Battery (Medal with Clasp). Commanded two mountain guns at the 
surprise of the Bczotce village of Gara on 35th Feb. in the Kohat expedition of 1869, under Colonel Keyes, and was 
mentioned in despatches, ana specially thanked bj' the Governor General in Council. 

*■• Major Smithett served throughout the suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the first advance into 
Oude and relief of Lucknow by Havelock, besiegea in tho Residency from 26th Sept to X7th November 1857 (^^.{f® 
wounded), operations at the Alumbagh under Outram, and commanded four horse Guns in the action of Gailee 
(mentioned in despatches), siege and capture of Jjucknow (a year's service for Lucknow, Medal with Clasp). 

w Major C. E. Nairne served during the Indian mutiny in 1857 (Medal). Also with tho second expedition to 
Ensofzai, North-West Frontier, in 1863. 

!■• Major Chichester served throughout the suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the actions of the 30th 
and 31st May 1857, on the Hindun, battle of Budleekeserai, siege of Delhi (mentioned in despatches with **®5P®*^J*{ 
approbation and thanks for zeal, ability, and coolness in situations of great danger"), and battle of Bareilly (Medal 
with Clasp). 

»*• Muor Pemberton served at the siege of Delhi (mentioned in despatches with "especial approbation and 
thanks for zeal, ability, and coolness in situations of great danger," Medal with Clasp). 

»•» Major Crastcr was present at tho outbreak of the mutiny at Meerut on the 10th May 1857, and was afterwardi* 
present at the actions on the Hindun, battle of Budleekeserai, throughout the siege and at the final assault and cap- 
ture of Delhi (Medal with Cl-isp). Served with an expeditionary force in tho Eusofisye country under Sir Sydney 
Gotten in April and May 1858 ; and with a force under General Chamberlain against the Cabul Kheyl tribe of 
Wuseerees in Dec. 1859 (Medal with Clasp). 

**■ Major E. T. Hume served throughout the Indian mutiny campaigns and was present at the siege and capture 
of Delhi, throughout the Rohilcund and Oude campaigns, including the action of Nugeena, relief of Moradabad, 
action on the Dojura, capture of Bareilly, bombardment and capture of Shahjehanpore, capture of the Fort d 
Mohumdee, attack on and capture of the Fort and town of Shahabad. actions of Pusgaon and Russoolpore, capture 
and destruction of Fort Mitowlee, actions of Mehundee and Biswah (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 
Present in action at Shubkudder during the Umbeylah war (Medal with Clasp). 

**» Major T. R. Ryan served at the siege and capture of Delhi in 1857, present at the actions of Namoul Gun* 
garee, Plittialee, and Mynpooree ; also served in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (Medal with Clasp). 

'** Major Dixon served in occupation of the Alumbagh and siege of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). 

*^ Major Dyke served at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). 

'*' Majors Swinton, Warter, and Ward served in the Indian mutiny campaign (Medal). 

i« Major Clarke served throughout the operations of tho expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the North-west 
Frontier of India, as Acting Conmiissary of Ordnance (Medal with Clasp). ., . 

1" Majors Ford and Lowis served throughout the operations of the expedition of 1863 against the tribes on tne 
North-West Frontier of India (Medal with Clasp). , 

»" Major Gamault served with the expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the North-West Frontier 01 
India fMedal with Clas])). Served throughout the Hazara and Black Mountain campaign in 1868 (Clasp). 

»*• Major Bridges Horved with the forcu uuier Brigr-ilior Chamberlain in the operations against the WuzeereeB 
in 1B59-60 (Medal with Clasp). 



War Sertyieee-^Boyal Artillery (late Bengal Artillery), 99 

of B^^oiSi^ •"▼wl in sapprenion of the Indian mutiny in 1858, including the ticking of Simreo, and action 

iu^ii'2?Sl!iS^PJ5?5*'*^^ throughout the Abyssinian campaign ftromDecember 1867, having brought the *'B " 
oTNhT SLi2?^ Ordnance «W>m England, and was most energetic in getting it into order previous to the arrival 
to B2ii22S!2Ji^5S!?** ' ■^^•^ "^^^ *^® Battery untU the 9th April xi68. when he was appointed Aide de Oamp 
ZSSSS^i^V^a^J!^ ooramandmg the ArtQlery, and was present at the action of Arogee and fall of Magdala 

ir w -^ in asepatones, ana Medal). 
WdeiuS??- A Li^^^f?^ aetyed with the force under Brigadier General Chamberlain against the Mahsood 
(MeSoiShClSD) ^ *^^ ^^^ present at the forcing of the Burrarah Pass, and destruction of Makeem 

wZtvSSSiSJS'^^^^ served throughout the operations of the expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the Nortih- 
w v^SStT r ^^^» "*** ^"^ present at the storm of Laloo and capture of Umb^lah (Medal with Ohisp). 

rmmSSSi ll ^(•'^toar served with the expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the North- West Frontier of India 

M^^Sfl'i^SP**^*^ ^*^** ^**^ ^^V)' ^^^^ wrved with the expedition against the tribes of the Black 
S^wSlS.*^ Hasara campaign of x868 (Clasp). ^ 

1I68 SSSlw^a^ ?*** CSaptaJnH. S. ffigginson served throughout the Hasara and Black Monntafai campaign in 



War Services — Bayal Artillery (late Madras Artillery), 

J General Whiayatas served with Colonel Thompson's Force in 18x4 ; in the Army of Beserve under General 
Mop in 18x5; in the xst Division of the Deocan Army under Sir Thomas Hyslop in xSxr-xS; in Sir J. Doveton's 
DiTiiionin pursuit of Bi^eerow and Appa Saib; was present at the battle of Mahidpore (Modal) 2iBt Deo. 1817, at 
the Monaing and capture of Talnair 27th Feb. x8x8, at the capture of the Fort of Jillpyaxnnair, and at the siege of 
th« liartrass of Aaseerg^hur . 



* Sir George Balfour served with the Malacca Field Force in 1832-33. Campaign against Kumool in iS^g, in- 
«Bdiiiff the teking of Zorapore. Served with the expeditionary force in China throughout the war of x84o-4a 
OledsT), including the first and second captures of Ohusan, attack and capture of Chinhae, Ningpo, Tsekee, 
M^oss, Ghapoo, woosung, Shanghae and Chin Eiang Foo, and investment of Nankin. 

^ LieatQeneral MaiUand served in the expedition against Kumool in 1827. 

/jf yrO aneral Macintire served with theChina expeditionary force in 1842 (Medal) and waspresent at the capture 
« woasang, Hhanghae, storm and capture of Ching-keang-fbo and operations before Nankin. Commanded a Deta<^- 
ncBtof Nisam's Gavalnr at Goomsoor under General Dyoe in x 84 7. Commanded the 2nd Cavalry Hyderabad Con- 
™8«>t atthe siege of Dhoroor, and against the Fort of Baimon, also at numerous afihirs with Rohillahs in 165X-52, 
>M It Sailoor where his horse was out down under him in 1854. Served with the Kamptee Movable Column with 
Moofll Molar's Detachment at the attack and forcing of the Konah Pass on 27th Dec. 1857, on which occasion he 
m Us men up an afasoat impassable ghaut in the fkae of a large body of the enemy, several of whom were out up on 
Somg to the top of the hill. Commanaed a Detachment of the Column in the Nuraingpore district in Jan. 1858, and 
^1^ a door aoroea the Bh<^pal frontier, and seised a noted rebel with his followers and horses ; commanded a 
twhwwttt on the great Deo^m Boad when one of the oosts at Salawabad was attacked by a large body of rebels 
vto wen repulsed with loss by the Nagpore Bifles and Detachment 28th Madras N.I. ; was present at the attack of 
^tea, atteek of Kubrai, battie of Banda, and relief of Kirwee, under Major General Whitlock, on which occasion 
ue OftTsiiT and Horse Artillery marched 85 miles in 37 hours— was at the attack of Badha Govindoo's Army on the 
Hagtes ofPnnwarree and Duddree on the 29th Deo. 1858 (Medal, Brevet of Msjor, and C£.). 

'Hsjor General Gosling servedin the Crimean campaign in x 855-56 subsequently to the fall of Sebastopol. Served 
*^GiiiMn] Whitiock's Field Force in Bundlecund in X858, and was present at the battie of Banda, and afiair at 

J^^UorGenenu Boberi Cadell served on the Staff of the Turkish Army during the Bussian war ftrom October x8«4» 
aaaoiBg the defence of Eupatoria, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and Omar Pacha's winter campaign in Mingrelia 
(Bgjtioned in despatches, Crimean Medal vrith Clasp, Turkish Medal, 4th Glass of the Medjidie, and Brevet of mior) . 
Btffed in the Indian mutiny campaign in Benfl^, including the actions of Doomooreagunge, Baunriah, and Tool- 
■<Jpa« (nsntianed in despatches. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

r ^^^ 0«neral Madntgrre served with local rank of Captain attached to the Ottoman Army in 1855-56. Joined the 
'^'^ ei^edition as a Brigade Migor (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol). Accompanied the army of Omer Pasha 
(0 A^ Mmor, and was present throngnout the winter campaign there, including the battle of the Ingonr, after 
vBKhliittle, Captain Dymook, Qcth Foot, having been killed, he was appointed Aide de Camp to the British Com- 
newASr, So- lintom Simmons, m which capacity he served until April 1856, receiving warm acknowledgments 
wuiierviess from that oiBcer on ijeeigning the appointment (Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Pro- 
OMded to China in command of a Mountain Train Battery with the expedition in x86o. Present at the defence of 
? yg«» when attacked by the rebel army on the x8th xgth and 20th August x86o. By a well-directed shell fh>m 
"■pQBtsfntrsinhowitseriaid by hhnseli, he wounded Chung Wong, Commander in Chief of the rebels, in the 
nioe, asddition to killing and wounding several of his Staff. Was senior officer of Artillery and in command of 

» n!^ ^*^ ^^^» ^^ principal point attacked, during the defence (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 
•i tv ~2*^ Pesrse served the Pni^jaub campaign of 1848-49 ;— was Assistant Field Engineer under General Whiah 
V (BO Bisge of Moottan, and at the action of Sooroikoond, and subsequently commanding the ArtOlery of 
(BSllawib of Bhawulpore under Major H. B. Sdwaraes; present at the capture of the city of Mooltan (men- 
HAicid m despatehss for conspicuous gallantry when repellmg a sortie frt>m the fortress on 30th December 1848). 
SCHr.SJ*' ^ft^ot B. Q. Taylor with the Force in the Derajat, which drove the Affghans flrom Bunnoo (Puniaub 
SirLy y ^^— P )« On the and Jan. 1850, at the Goombuttee Pass, at the head of the border levies defeated the 
"^« OaunqreYiiesreea who made a descent on Bunnoo. In November X852 was in command of ^000 Cash- 
»!?/!!i?^''^''*V**^B'i^^ Irregular Levies in the Expedition toKhagan and the Black Mountam (Medal 
"VHOaip). flarrad thnmghont the Indian mutiny, commanded the Cavauy of the Horreeana Irregular Field 



loo War Services — Boyal Artillery (laie Madras ArUllenj), 

Force of General Van Cortlandt at the aotione of Aodah and Kheireeka. In command of 400 Rahtore Rajpoot Cayalry 
of Biekaneer.^made a forced march on the 96th June 1857, by which Hissar was relieved. Commanded a Foroa 
which atormed and captored the fortified poeitiong of Bhatoul and Mungalee in Hnrreeaua. Commanded the Cavalry 
at JonuJpoor. Served with Greneral Showen' Delhi Column, and was present at the oooupation of theForu of Dadree, 
Jhnjjur, and Kanound. Commanded a body of Cavabry in Brigadier Gerrard's Delhi Colunm at the batlile of Namool 
severely wounded). Commanded the 3rd Sikh Cavalry at the siege and' capture of Lucknow in March 1858. Served 
with the Azimghur Field Force under Sir E. Lugard at the actions of Munnehar, Azimffhur 15th April, and in the 
inirsuit of Koer Sing including the actions of Azmitghur 17th April 1858, Mnnnear and Sheeapoor Ghat, and in the 
oacpedition into the Jn«rdespore Jungles during June and July 1858 (Medal with Clasp, and Brevetof Major). 

»♦ Colonel K. M. Playfair served in the second Burmese war iu 1853 (Medal). Also served in the Indian mutiny 
campaign and was often engaged with the rebels in inoonsiderable actions (Medal with Clasp for Pegu) . 

" Colonel Gloag served in £medy i& 1856, and was present at the attack and capture of Suringee and of Woojee 
Guddah. 

^ Colonel Hog served with the Saugor Field Division under Brigadier WhiUook in 1858 and was present at the 
action on the 17th April (Medal). 

^ Iit.Colonel Gordon served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-58, and was present at the relief of Lucknow, 
indnding the operations at the Martiniere and Dilkoosha, and was also engaged in the action and defeat of the 
Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore on the 6th Dec. 1857, and pursuit (Medal wiUi Clasp). 

^ Colonel Chamier commanded Mountain Train Howitzers and Rockets in the engagement with the Hill Knrreene 
in Pegu on the aand April 1856. Served in the Indian mutiny campaign from agthMay 1857 ^ U^ September 1858 
including the actions of Nusrutpore, Chanda, Ummeerpore, Badsbagunge.Sultaupore, and Dhowrara under GenenU 
Franka ; siese and capture of Lucknow by Lord Clyde ; the relief of Azimghur, and actions of Munnihar, Tonae 
Bridge, Nughai, Munnuhar, Shropore Ghaut, Jugdesporo, DuUeepore, Metahi, and Chowbeypore under General 
Lugard. Commanded a Light Field Battery during the severe engagements at Cawnpore under General Windham 
on the a6th 37th and 38th November 1857, when he was especially thanked for *' the gallant manner in which ho 
fought his guns." Served also under Lord Clyde in the attack and defeat of the Gwalior Contingent mutineers on 
the 6th December 1857 (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Miyor). 

^ Lt.Colonel Tayler served with the Saugor Field Force in 1858, and was present at the affhir of Kirbrai, battle of 



anda, and occupation of Kirwee (Medal) . 

^ LLColonel Hadow was present in several skirmishes in the Sumbulpore country during the mutiny in X85T-58. 

^ Lt.ColoneI Lane served m the Central India campaign flrom July 1857 to Mi^ x859,and was present at the aflkira 
•f Moorwarrah and Budgaum, and at the attack of Konah Pass (mentioned in despatches, MediU with Clasp). 

* Lt Colonel Caine served in the Central India campaign fW>m Jul v 1857 to May 1859, and was present at the affaire 
of Kuttinghee, Balaoote, and Nursinghur (Medal with Claap). 

*i Mi^r Yaldwyn served in the campaign of x86o in China, including the capture of the entrenched Camp at 
Binho, assault and capture of the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

■* Mi^or Hon. A. B. do Montmorency served during the suppression of the Indian mutiny with the Gormckpore 
Field Forceand the Saugor Field Division from 1858 till the end of 1859 (Medal). 

^ Major Wm. A. Warren served in the campaign of i860 in China. 



War Services of Boyal (late Bombay) Artillery, 

/ 3"^ William Marcus Coghlan served the campaigns of 1838-40 in AffghanisUm as Brigade M^jor of Aztmerv, in- 
elodlng the storm and capture of Ghucnee (mentioned in despatches, and Medal), storm and capture of Khelat 
(mentioned in despatches, and Brevet of Major), and occupation of Cabul. Commanded a Column from the Qar- 
naon of Aden on i8th March 1858 against the Arabs of the interior, and carried the Fort of Sheik Othman by storm. 
. * Lieut General Sealy served the campaign of 1838-39 in AfTghanistan, including the storm and capture of Ghuanee 
(Medal). Served in Persia in 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Relief of Kolapore. Attack on insurgent Bheels at Duba- 
Dunreeand Ambapawnee on 11th April 1858. Operations in the Santpore Hills in i8s8 in command of Mountain Train 
and Left Column of attack (Medal, and Brevet of Major) . 

"f Sir Arnold Kemball served the campaign of 1838-39 in AflTghanistan, including the siege and capture of Ghuanee 
(Medal). Campaign of 1857 in Persia (Medal with Clasp, CB., and Brevet of M^jor). The Governor (General of 
Inma stated in his notification of the x8th June 1857 that " the valuable assistance aifbrded on every occasion of 
difficulty and danger, and especially in the brilliant exp^edition against Ahwaz, by Captain Kemball had been 
highly commended by Sir James Outram and merited the unqualified approbation and the hearty thanks of the 
Clovemor General in Council." 

* Lieut.General Aitken served with the expedition to Persia in 1856-57, and was present at the bombardment of 
Mohumrah (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the campaign in RaJpootana and 
Central India in 1857-59, including the action of Rewali, sieges of Awah (mentioned in despatches) and Kotah 
(mentioned in despatches), and subsequent operations in Central India (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of M^r). 

* LieutGeneral Fuller served in suppression of the Indian mutiny, and was present at the action of Kotah- 
keserai and recapture of Gwalior (Medal with Clasp). 

^* Mm'or General Hatch was present at the capture of Wankeera in 1844— mentioned in despatches and thanked by 
Government. Served with the Persian expedition of 1856-57, and was present at the action at Reshire, anrrender ef 
^f^' '^^ ^^'^'^^ ^^ Kooshab fmenUoned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

S7 Colonel Bayly served in the Puiuaub campaign of 1848-49 and was present at the siege and capture of 
Mooltan (Medal with Clasp). 

* Co lonel Harris served with the Persian expedition of 1856-57, including the storm and capture of Beahire, 
evxraider of Bushire, and bombardment of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). Served in suppression of the Indian 
mutiny at the siege and capture of Kotah and pursuit, second ta]dng of Chundaree, action of Kotahkeaerai and pur- 
•Bit, taking of Gwalior (mentioned in despatches), bombardment and capture of Powree, actiona of Sindwaho and 

2^' wirprise and pursuit of the rebels at Koondrye— severely wounded (Medal with Claap). 

" Colonel Lucas served in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59,— with the Ahmednuggur Field Force in 
1B57-58 includingthe action with insurgent Bheels in Feb. 1858 ; and in 1858-59, with the C^tral India Field Force 
under Bur Hugh Rose. Subsequently with the Okamundel and Kattiwar Field Force and waa present at the storm- 
ing of the Ubhpoora Fort in the Burda Hills on i8th Deo. 1859. 

»• Colonel D^B de Vitrrf served with the Persian expedition in 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 

"■ Lt.Colonel Stone served in the Persian campaign in 1857, including the capture of Mohumra (Medal with Claap). 

m^ •■-^eld Commissary of Ordnance in the affhira of Beyt and Dwarka. 

" ljt.colonel Le Cooq served with the Persian expedition of 1856-57 and waa present at the storm and capture of 
Beshire, surrender of Bushire, battle of Kooshab, and bombardment of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). Served 
•iso m suppression of the Indian mutiny, including Kotah, Kotahkeserai, Gwalior, Koonrai, and pursuit of Tantia 
Topee (mentioned in despatch, Medal with Clasp). Digit zed by Vj (JOg V^ 



War Services — Boyal Ari'dlery {late Bombay Artillery), 1 01-103 

*» Lt Cokmel Holberton aeired with the Peniaii expedition of i856<s7, including the storm and capture of Reehire, 
' -*— of Bnahire, and battle of Kooehab (Medal witb Clasp). Ck)mmanded Artillery at the recapture of Kola- 



pore in Dee. 1857 (Medal). 

<• LLColonel WToodwazd served with the Persian expedition of 1856-57, indnding the battle of Kooshab (Medal 
with Clasp). Serred in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1858-50, including the action on the Taringaffills at 
Ihrbeekanta and Goosent (Medal). ~-^ ^y 

M Lt Colonel Worsley served in the Persian expedition of 1856-57 (Medal with Clasp). 

^ Lt»Oolonel Bitchie served in the Indian campaign in 1857-58, including the actions of Nimbhera and Jeemn, the 
saeoessftil defence of Neemuch, and the capture of Kotah (received the approbation of the Grovemment of India 
far his services at Neemuch, Medal with Clasp). 

^Lt.ColoneI Bertiu>n served in the Persian campaign of 1856-57 and was present at the bombardment and capture of 
the Forts at Mohnmia (Medal with Clasp) . Commanded a Mountain Tram in action with insurgent Bheels at Bhum* 
■herpore (Indian Mutiny Medal). 

^ LLOoIoinel Haroourt served throughout the Central India campaign of 1857-58 (mentioned in despatches, Medal 
withClaap). 

* LLColonel Newport served with the Persian expedition of 1856-57, including the surrender of Bushire and battle 
of Kooahab) Medal with Clasp). 

* U.Cotonel Yachell served with the Persian expedition in 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Capture of Bholuporeand 
■nrrender of Jnmknndee in 1858. 

" LLColoDel Baker served throughout the Abyssinian campaign flrom 99th Dee. 1867 and was present at the action 
of Arogee and capture of Magdala (mentioned In despatches, and Medal) . 

" Migor Baaevi served in Persia firom Feb. to Oct. 1857, uid received three sword cuts in the action of Amher- 
psaee (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

" MiQor Stocklev served with the Persian expedition in 1857, and was presentatthebombardmentof Mohumrah 
(Xedal with daap) . 

** Lt.CoIonel B. H. Pottinger served as D.A.Q.M. General throughouttho Abyssinian campaign, having landed at 
ZooQa with the Reconnoitring Party on the and October 1867 ; present at the action of Arogee and lUl of Magdala 
(mentioned in deepatches. Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

■• Major William Ward served in the Mountam Train with the Field Force from Aden against the Foodlee Arabb 
in 186^-66. 

>' M^r Walker served in the Mountain Train with the Field Force from Aden against the Foodlee Arabs in 
1I65-66 and was present at Bir Saeed. 

* Major Spring: served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from 33rd Dec. 1867 as Commiasaiy of Ordnance. 
SBdivas in charge of the Ordnance Depdt established at Senafd (Medal). 

" Msjor Mortiixier served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from Sept. 1867, having proceeded to ZouUawith 
tbe Reooonoitring Party ; was present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala, and mentioned in despatches 
(or " ability, energy, and seal *^ (Medal) . 

" Capcam Caldecott served throughouttho Al^yaainian campaign with the Transport Train from September 1867, 
sad eoounanded a Division of the Train during the latter half of the campaign (mentioned in despatches for * ' ability. 
•noKj, snd zeal," Medal) . 

" CBptein Seton served throughout the Al^yssinian oampaign ttom the 4th Oct. 1867, first with a Mountain Battery 
■KlAftenraids with the Land ^amqxirt Train (Medal). 



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Wynne, Edward Tolcr, Northern Distriot, Warwick 

Oldham, Francis George, Examiner of Guaranteed Railway Accounts, 3rd Class, ist Grade, 

D.P. Works, Lahore , 

Engledue, William John, ExocutivO Engineer, zst Grades D.P.W. Railway Branch, Rangoon 
pa.c. Ardagh.JoknCkarU*, CB. I>.A.Q.M.G. Intelligence Branch, Horse Guards. {Major,\ 

30 Nov. 78) j 

Peck, William Emerson, Weymouth 

Stephens, Edmund. Commanding z 7th Company Royal Engineers, Aldersbot 

Russell, Christopher Josiah, Commanding 79th Company Royal Engineers, Gibraltar.) 

Ordered home } 

Morgan, John Mabbott, Colchester 

Haig, Arthur Balfour, CMG. Equerry to H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh 

Cautlejf^ Henry^ Instructor in Fortification, Royal Military College 

Feaih«r$tonkaua\t Albany^ A.Q.M. General for Submarine Mining, Bombay 

SafUrthwaite,Jo9fphSeHry, on Temporary Be$eroe Lift ; Asst. Colonial Engineer, Straits SettJe- ) 

ments. Leave to England , } 

Lloyd, Ernest Jfartk, Professor of Fortification , Ac. , Royal M ilitary Academy 

Macpherson, John Cosmo, Conm3itnding27t,h Company R. Eng., Bermuda 

Howard, Thomas, Executive Engineer, and Grade, D.P. Works, AUyghur Division, Ganges) 

Canal. Leave, Europe } 

Bailey, Frederick, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, Department Public Works, Deputy) 
Conservator of Forests, ist Grade, N. W.P. Superintendent of Forest Surveys, Deyra Doon ) 

Oehle, Henry John WoUfeyn, Brigade Major, Royal Engineers, Dublin 

Whinfleld, Charles William, Exeter 

Patten, William Henry, Cyprus 

Collins, William Henry,Mjlfa;or 29 Aug. 72. Roorkee. Bengal 

Sepper, Albert Jamee, Adjutant, Anglesey Militia Engineers, Beaumaris 

Morris, Reginald Frank,*^ Executive Engineer, 4th Grade. Leave, Europe 

Harris, George, Commanding icth Compimy Royal Engineers, Gibraltar 

Jenner, Stephen Weston, Executive Eng. 4U1 Grade, Mil. Works Branch ; Field Engineer, 

Khyber Field Force 

Robinson, Henry, Com. 2i8t Company Royal Engineers, Bermuda 

Mackenzie, Aug. Charles Colin, Malta ; 

Harvey, Edward,»» Executive Engineer, and Grade, D.P. Works ; Field Engineer, EJiyber 

Field Force 

Cunningham, Charles,"* Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D.P. Works. Leave Europe 

Glancy, Thomas, Northern District, Manchester , 

Ward, AHlotr Clitheroto, Instructor in Fortification, Royal Military Academy, Woolwich .... 
Smith, Albert Charles, Exec. Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. P. Works, Madras, Cuddalore Division 
Hill, Arthur, Executive Engineer, and Grade, D.P.W. Lahore Division; on Field duty in 

Afghanistan 

Nixon, Francis William. On Leave {Major, ix Nov. 78) 

Brockxnan, Ralph Rhenins Evans, Exec. Eng. and Grade. D.P.W. Madras. Tinnevelly District 
Wallace, William Arthur James, Executive Engineer, and Grade, D.P. Works, z Mar. 7a ; 

Engineer in Chief and Manager of the Northern Bengal Railway, Saidpore 

Blood, Bindon. On Leave (BtMaJor, 39 Nov. 79) 

Booth, Jamee &ore. Instructor in Fortification, Royal Military Academy ^Woolwich.... 

Pilleau, Henry George, Commanding 25th Company Royal Engineers, Bermuda .... 

Begbie, Alfred Glynn,Exec. Eng., 4th Grade, D.F. W. Dep. Examr. of Accounts. Leave, Europe 

Sale, Matthew Townsend,*^ Secretary to the Royal Engineer Committee, Chatham 

Willans, Thomas Joseph,** Executive Engineer, and Grade, D.P.Works, Assam, Shillong , 

Abney, William de WioeeleeUe, Inspector of Science Schools, South Kensington Museum.) 

On Temporary Reserve List ) 

Livesay, Robert Algernon, Malta 

Maeiworth, Sir Arthur TFiWiaw, Pari., Adjutant Monmouth Militia Engineers , 

Firebrace, Fred., Executive Engineer, xst Grade, D.P.Works, attached to Office of Director ) 

of State Railways. Simla ,.i 

Brooke. Alured De Yere, Adjutant, School of Military Engrineering, Chatham, aa Jan. 78 

M*Cnllagh. James Robert, Assist. Superintendent, ist Gr., Gt. Trigonometrical Survey of India 
Rogers, Malcolm William, Deputy Superintendent, 3rd Grade, Groat Trigonometrical Survey i 

of India, Jodhpore Series. Duty with Afghan Field Force j" 

Sargeaunt, Richard Arthur,** Executive Engineer, ist Grade, D.P.W.; Examiner of Guaran- 
teed Railway Accounts to the Government of India at Bombay, with rank of Controller, 

and Class, and Grade, Bombay. Ofliciating at Calcutta 

Marsh, Jeremy Taylor, War Office, Whitehall 

Parker, Bobert John -ffentj, Adj. ist London Engineer Volunteers 

Champemowne, Henry, Commanding nth Company Royal Engineers, Malta 

Beauchamp, Clayton Scudamore, Executive Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works, Personal) 

Assist, to Chief Engineer, and Assist. Sec. to Government, N.W. Provinces of India j 

Osbom, Wm,,*«Bxec. Eng., 3rd Grade, D.P.W. Bombay 

Boileau, Lestock Francis, Executive Engineer, ist Grade, D.P.W., Hyderabad. Furlough 

Savi, Thomas Brown Blake,*^ Exec. Engineer, 3rd Grade, D.P.W., Manager of the Punjaub) 

Northern State Railway (Open Line), Moolttn y 

Sedgwick, William, Exec. Eng., 3rd Grade, D.P.W., Western Rajpootana State Railway, and ) 

Temporary D. C. E. to Government of India for Guaranteed Railways, Pux^aub j 

Baird, Andrew Wilson, ><><> Assist. Superintendent, ist Grade, Great TrigonometricAl Survey) 

of India, Poena i 

Hime, Albert Henry, on Temporary Beaeroe List; Colonial Engineer, Natal 

Eraser, Thomas, Director of Works' Office, War Office {Major, 30 Nov. 78) 

yCjB,».c. Bell, Mark Sever.*** Intelligence Department, Horse Guards 

Heneage, Frederick William,*^ Commanding aSth Company Royal Engineers, Bermuda 

Burke, Walter St. George, Instructor in Milita^ Drawing, Royal Military Academy. Woolwich 
Bonghey, George Fletcher Ottley, Executive Eng. and Grade, D. P. Works ; Field Engineer, ) 

Koomm Field Force y 

Ramsay, John, Commanding 4th Company Royal Engineers, Portsmouth 

Archer, George William, Adjutant zst Middlesex Engineer Volunteers, London 

Frere. Richard Tudor, Commanding 39th Company Royal Engineers; School of Military) 

Engineering, Chatham } 

Anstey, Thomas Henry. On Leave 

Hill, John,Dep.Snpt., 3rd Grade, Great I'riffonometrical Survey of India, Monlmein. Sick Furl. 

Plunkett, George Tindell, 8. M. E., Chatham ; Commanding 37th Company R.E 

Larminie, Edward Merry, Brigade Major, Candahar Force 

Scott, Lothian Kerr, Instructor in Fortification, Royal Military College 

English, Thomas, Director 01 Works Branch, War Office 



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Gaptaiks. 
Motre, raJeutimt FraneU, Instructor in Military Drawinfir, Ro^al Military Academy, Woolwich 

foM, WUIiam Gordon, I natmctor in Fortification, Royal Military Academv, Woolwich 

Holdich, Thomaa Hunjcferford,*** Deputy Superintendent, Topogtaphical Survey of India. > 

Qactta Ck)lunm, Afghan Field Force ) 

JtHardf, Aitxandtr Bumeu, Special duty, Prison Department, Home OfBce, Whitehall.— ) 

On Temporary Reserve List ) 

Gncey, Thomas, Executive Eugineer, and Grade, D. P. Works, Engineer in Chief, Punjaub 1 

Northeni State Railway, Pindee to Kohat Section il 

O'Bncn, Donatus, Assistant Inspector of Works, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich 

Carej, Clement de Beauvoir, Portsmouth 

LowiUey, Banillai. Home District, Whitehall 

BAthbome, William Hans. Commanding 40th Company Royal Engineers, Chatham 

Galwcy, William James, Instructor of Musketry, i May 78, Gravesend 

Hsjdon. William Henry, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D.P. Works, Surat 

HaU, John Greive, Executive Engineer, and Grade, D.P. Works, Cawnpore 

Bounieh, Alten Aug. William, Comdg. xgth Company R.E., Ordnance Survey, Southampton... 
Cole, Henry Hardy, Executive Engineer, and Grade. D.P.W., Military Works Branch, Simla... 
Remolds. Henry Charles, Com. i6th Company Royal Engineers, Ordnance Survey, Bristol ... 

Knocker, Herbert Paget, York 

Lee, Henry Pincke. M«lta 

Toii, r%lUmfritoHk Richard. Instructor in Fortification, Royal Military College 

Edmondes, Francis Qnintin, Ireland, Galway 

Bpiight, William FitsHenry, Ordnance Survey, Dublin 

Biaset. Wm. Sinclair Smith, Executive Engineer. 3rd Grade, D.P. Works, Manager Holkar^ 

Stale Railway, Agra j 

Coaker, William Henry,"* Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. P. Works, Madras, Deputy \ 

Consulting Engineer for Railways, Madras S 

Edwards, Fleetwood Isham, Assist. Private Secretary and Assist. Keeper of the Privy Purse 1 

totheQaeen, and Extra Grooift in Waiting to Her Majesty i 

Whatley, Herbert Hughes, Northern District, Leeds 

Poi, Harry Croker, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D.P.Works, Secunderabad 

Mttcall, Pirancis, Commanding 38tn Company Royal Engineers, Chatham 

Backiull, John Townscnd, War Office, Whitehall. On Leave 



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Wrxjd, ElUott. Commanding 15th Company Royal Engineers, Home District, Whitehall 

KUdale, Henry, Woolwich 

ScMf(./ote«m WUUam^ Instructor of Fortifications, &c.. Royal Military Academy 

KiitwQod, Hendley Paul, Comdg. 13th Companv Royal Eng., Ordnance Survey, Edinburgh 
Coibett, Prank Vincent, Executive Eng. 2nd Grade, D.P.Works, N.W. Provinces, India, East- \ 

em Jtmna Canal > 

ClsTUa. Arthur Granville. Assistant Instructor in Construction, S.M.E., Chatham 

Oclfy.John Walter, Executive Eng. 3rd Grade, D.P.W,, Kumal Div. W. Jumna Canal, Punjab 

Uabert, Sydenham John, Ireland, Cork 

.Vonh, Wm.,^** Assist. Eng. ist Grade, D. P. W., Bengal ; and in Command Bengal Sappers ) 

indlCmers; on duty with Khyber Field Force {Bt.Major^ 22 Nov. 79) i 

M'ATthiir, Alexander Donald, Executive Eng., 4th Grade, D.P. Works, Dehra Div., Bengal ... 
Ificpbenon, John L., Executive Eng. 4th Grade, D.P.W., N.W. P., Irrigation Branch, Roorkee 
IWlon, Henry Philip Ck>nstantine, Commanding 8th Company Ro^al Enflnneers, Gibraltar ... 

JoMs, Waller Parke, Capo of Good Hope, ordered home (i/^Jfa;or, 39 Nov. 79) 

Cilrow, Richard, Brecon, Western District 

Dorward, James Ford, Commanding 6th Company Royal Engineers, Curragh, Ireland 

Siapea, /«■««, Inspector of Lighthouses, Bahamas, with local rank of Major. On Tempo • 1 

Ttry Reserve List $ 



iioes, Conway, Bxecative Engrineer, 3rd Grade, D.P. Works. Leave, Europe., 
'iwrgw, Heiu^ Rhodes Gilbert, Ordnance Survey, Plymouth 



Oreeostreei, William Lees, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. Works. Leave, Europe 

M af rtn aald, George. On Leave 

Hi]debnad,Godfirey, Executive Engineer, 2nd Grade, D.P.Works, N.W. Provinces, 7th Circle) 

cfMihtary Works, Chuckrata Road Division, Umballa y 

Gai, William John, Intelligence Department, Horse Guards 

^n<jht, John Thomas, Exec. Eng., 3rd Grade, D.P. Works, N.W. Provinces. On Furlough 
ivlrr, Ambrose, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D. P. Works, Coimbatore District, Madras 

ffin*, WHImm Brunei, Instructor in Fortification, Royal Military College, Sandhurst 

Tiller, Stsnier, Equerry inordinary to H.R.H. Prince Leopold 

iieiander, Arthur Clifford , Cyprus 

?u2eT, Arthur Robert,*** Commanding 32nd Company Royal Engineers, Bermuda 

^Utbaon, John, Assistant Instructor in Field Fortification, School of Mil. Eng., Chatham... 

L^iseU, John Barber, Ireland. Limerick 

N Aolscn, William Gustavus, Executive Engineer, snd Grade, D. P. Works j on Field duty I 
«i^ Koomm Field Force ^ 

Pii^ard, Rosaell Richard, Exec. Eng., 4ih Grade, D. P. W., N.W. Provinces ; on Field duty ) 
vak Eoorum Field Force } 

E«jd,niiiipSavileGrey, Fcrmoy 

<»rwT, ICaegreffor, Comdg. 32nd Company R. E. General Post Ofiice Telegraphs, London 

J*rt.Mw»rd Chichester, Glasgow 

i'Kafcawt, Edward Cardwell, Exec. Eng., 4th Grade, D.P.W., Bengal, Mil. Works Branch. > 
SsckPnrlottgh / 

Biickenbarv, Maule Campbell, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D.P.Works, Simla 

Jeix, Hidiazd Henry, Commanding ist Company Royal Engineers, Shomcliflte 

"oodthorpe, Robert Gooset, Assist. Superintendent, 2nd Grade, Topographical Survey, > 
Kflonua TaUej Column (Bt Major, 72 Voy. 79) S 

Wadungton, Francis Palmer, Ordnance Survey, Bedford 

H&yDea,Hesiy8i(hiey Freeman, Exec. Eng., 4th Grade, D.P. W.,Indu8 Valley State Railway, ) 
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Jioob, Sydney Long, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade, D.P.W., Irrigation, Mardan 

JfWiftad, Charles Fred. Cobbe, at Staff College 

.^JcJioliott.John Simpson. Birr, Ireland 

™tt, NspolMfn, Executive Eng., 4th Grade, D.P.W. , Military Works Branch, Allahabad 

^«ar, Qmrf§ Boberi, Prof. Roy. Mil. College, Kingston, Canada, with local rank of Major .. 

UapbeU, Duncan MaoNeil, Executive Engineer, 3rd Grade. D.P.Works, Vellore Division 

wtow, CbaxlM Claude Clifton, Executive Eng., 4th Grade, D.P. Works. Furlough 

n&ttaa, Wmiam Robert, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D.P.W., Bangalore Division 

fjwn, Cbaries Moore, Aide de Camp to Sir Lintom Simmons, War Office, WhitehaU 

J«yD. Herbeii,w See. to Eoy^ Commission on Colonial Defences, War Office, Whitehall 

^J^'*^ Churtos Howard Peregruie, Deputy Exam, of Accounts, D.P. Works. Furlough 

Moore, idwardCronerSibbald. On passage to Cape of Good Hope 

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Captaihb. 

Y(£ Loftch, Edward Pemberton, Assistant Superintendent, 2nd Grade, Topograpliical Survey \ I , . __ ^. 

of India. Sick Furlough (if.lfci/or, aa Not. 79) ^ 17 ^pr. oc 

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Turner, Samuel Compton, Executive Eng., 3rd Graue, D.P.Worka. Leave, Europe 

Gould, George Ingelheim, Cork Harbour, Ireland 

Courtney, David Charlea. On Leave 

Purcell, Mnttliew Heniy, Ordnance Survey, Ipswich 

Garwood, John Frederick, Executive Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. Works, N. W. Provinces, 

Militarv Works. Lucknow 

Broadbent. John Edward, Executive Eng.. 4th Grade, D. P. W., Mil. Works Branch, Calcutta 

TC Chard, John Rouse Merriott. On Leave (-B/.lfq/or 23 Jan.79) 

Bogle. John du Terreau, Assist. Instructor in Surveying, School of Military Eng., Chatham... 

Buckle, Samuel, on Temporary Be$erte Litt ; Colonial Engineer, Gibraltar 

Morgan, William Edwin Llewellyn, Ordnance Survey, Oxford 

Call, Charles Frederic, Exec. Eng., 4th Grade, D. P. Works, Central Provinces of India ; ) 

ikssist. Field Engineer, Candahar Field Force j 

».».c. Hare, William Aldworth Home, Intelligence Dept., War Office 

Green, Arthur Octavius; School of Military Engineering, Chatham 

Lewis, James Frederick, War Office, Whitehall 

deWolski. Felician Rola, S. M. Engineering, Chatham 

Barklie, Robert Martin, Ordnance Survey, Clifton 

Kensington, Charles Henry Maurice, Exec. Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. W.; Assistant Field ] 

Engineer, Khyber Field Force S 

».t.e. Morris, William George, Assist. Instructor in Surveying, School of Mil. Eng., Chatham... 
Denison, Henry, Depot R. E. Troops, Aldershot 

5.«.c. James, Walter Haweis, Commanding 35th Company Royal Engineers, Chatham 
ohnstone, William Henry, Exec. Eng., ^th Grade, D.P.W., Holkar State Railway, Calcutta... 

Gregson, Matthew Henry, Assist. Instructor in Field Fortifications, S. M. Eng., Chatham 

Settle, Henry Hamilton, Devonport 

Day, Francis Jeremy, Ordnance Survey, Norwich 

LixurxKAWTS. 
Brown. Louis Faulkner, Supdt. Park and Field Train, Bengal Sappers and Miners ; Assistant ) 

Field Engineer, Candahar Force .^ j 

Johnston, Duncan Alex., Ordnance Survey, Derby .„... ._.. 

Gardiner, Richard, Exec. Eng , 4th Grade, D.P.W., Western Rajpootana(State) Railway, Ajmere 

Hare, John, C Troop. On passage home 

Moore, Ross Franklin, Assistant Eng., ist Grade, Bengal. Militaiy Works Branch ; Assistants 

Field Engineer, Khyber Field Force > 

Henry, George, Bangalore 

Bagot, Charles Hervey, Ex. Eng., 4ih Grade, Superintendent of Instruction, Bengal Sappers') 

andMiners. Furlough S 

Clarie, Oforqe Sydenham, Instructor in Geometrical Drawing, Indian Civil Engineering Coll., ^ 

Cooper's Hill •• ■ S 

Bartram, George William. Special duty, London 

MacGrogor, John CoUings, Natal 

Cockbum. George Alexander. Ordnance Survey, Chester _. 

Wliiteford, William Whiteford Bell, Assist. Eng., ist Grade, D. P. W., Bombay. With Afghan ) 

Field Force '^'"v: ^ 

Kirko, St. George Mervyn, Ordnance Survey, Reading 

Goldie, Mark Henry George, Gotport 

Smart, Alexander Willjam, Exec. Eng., 4th Grade, D.P.W., Madras, Nellore District. Furlough 

Bogle, Adam, Currsgh ■■ ; ••—■•• 

Preston, Arthur Thomas, S. M. Mining Service, Chatham 

Brookes, Charles Henry, Dover 

Rawson, Courtney Clarke,Exec. Eng., 4th Grade : Assist. Field Eng. and Peshawur Division, ) 

Afghan Field Force S 

Dorward.ArthurRob. Ford,Exec.Eng..4thGrade. Attached to Sappers and Miners, Thayetmyo 
Fuller, Charles Fearon, Exec. Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. Works, Abmedabad 



Hyslop, Robert Maxwell,'** School of Military Engineering, Chatham 
Yorke, Horatio Arthur, Assistant Engineer, zst Grade, D. P. Works ; j 



Assist. Field Engineer, ) 
Khyber Field Force } 

Barker, George, Asst. Instructor in Submarine Mining, S. M. Engineering, Chatham 

Gordon, Charles Hadfield, Home District, Whitehall 

Dove, Horatio, Doing Duty Officer, Bengal Sappers and Miners : Assistant Field Engineer, ) 
Afghan Field Force ) 

Smith, Sidney, Assistant Instructor in Musketry, School of Military Engineering, Chatham.... 
I • c.Pilkington, Henry, Assist. Eng., xst Grade, Railway Department, Bombay. Sick Furlough 

ji, Hart, Reginald Clare,"* Aldenhot 

Watkins, Frederick Wilmer, Natal. Ordered home 

Clarke. Henry, Assistant Engineer, xst Grade, D.P.W., Aden 

p.$ e Barker, Jamee Cam^U, Aide de Camp to Gen. Officer Commandint^ at Halifax, N.S. . 

Beiby, Henrv01iphant,BombaySappers and Miners, and Instructor in Army Signalling, Poona 

Langhame, kontague, Assist. Eng., ist Grade.D.P.W., N.W. Prov., Mil. Works. Sick Furlough 

Spratt, Frederick Thos. Nelson, Assistant Engineer, zst Grade, D.P.W., and Assistant Field) 
Engineer, Koorum Column j 

Cameron, James, Cape of Good Hope. Ordered home 

Whitmore, Mortimer Durant, Post Office Telegraph Service, Bristol 



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Harman, Henry John, Assist. Snpt. 2nd Grade, Great Trigonometrical Survey of India, Shillong 
Robinson, JWilliam Walton, Assistant Engineer^ ist Grade, D.P. Works, Kolapore 



Kohinson, wiiiiBm »YaMiuii, /i.i»*»i<»"«»-»"B*"«^*f ^o*^***' 
Pea cooke, William. On Leave ; ordered to Staff College 
Dobson, Alfred Edmund, Exec. Engineer, 4th Grade, D.P. Works; Assistant Field Engineer, 1 

Khyber Field Force ^ ) 

Or |)en, Richard Theodore. Assistant Engineer, xst Grade, D.P. W. With Afghan Field Force. . . 

Savage, George Robert RoUo, School of Military Engineering, Chatham 

HnHlett Pechell, Bengal Sappers and Miners ; Assist. Field Engineer, Candabar Force 

H' nn Thomas Rice.Offg.Quarter Master Bombay Sappers and Miners, with Afghan Field Force 
Addison, George William, Post Office Telegraph Service, Alderahot 

Porcelli. Alfred, Gibraltar 

Thurbum, James White, Assistant Engineer, xst Grade, D.P. Works, Bengal. Sick Furlough 

Gosect, Frederic, Northern District, York 

Hoskyns.Chandos, Exec. Eng., 4th Grade, D.P. Works, Puniaub ; Candahar Field Force 

Maxwell, Frederick Thomson, Assist. Eng., ist Gr., D.P.W., western Raj pootana State Railway 
Beauclerk, Ferdinand, Assistant Engineer, xst Grade, D. P. Works, and Deputy Examiner ' 

Public Works Accounts, Irrigation, Madras 

Hussey, Edward Robert. Halitax, N. S. Ordered home 

DeVillamil, Richard, Assist. Bng., zst Grade, D.P. Works. On lick leave to Europe 



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LlXUTBITAyTS. 

Gore. St. George Corbet, Assistant Snpt. and Grade, Great Trigonometrical Survey of India, \rith ) 

Afjfhan Field Force / 

firoirn, Robert Hanbary, Assist. Kngineer, xst Grade, D.P. Works, Irrigation ; with Khyber Field Force 

Lloyd, Robert Oliver, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works, Thayetmyo 

Cameron. Ewen Hay, Assist. Eng., ist Grade, D.P. Works, Peshawiir Div., Military Works, Rawal Pindi 

Conder, Claude Reigaier, Bdinbni^h 

Mitchell, Huffli. at Staff College 

Rich. Henry Bajrard,*** C Troop, Cape of Good Hope. On passage home 

Du Boulay, Woodfbrde George, School of Military Engineering. Chatham 

Srott, Dou«rlas Alexander, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works ; witn Khyber Field Force 

Sykes, Waiter Harry. Aldershot 

Creswell, Edmund William. On leave 

Hart- Davis, Henry Yaaghan, Adjutant Royal Engineers, Aldershot, 26 July 79 

Martin, jfartin. Sappers and Miners, Boorkee 

Chemaside, Herbert Charles, Vice Consul in Anatolia 

Tre«idder, Tolmie John, Malta 

Main, Thomas Ryder. On leave 

Bradj. Maziere Kyle, A Troop, Aldershot 

Shemird, Charles William. Onsick leave 

Benny-Tailyour, Henry Waugh, School of Military Engineering, Chatham 

fttt, William. On passage to Bombay 

WilJtinson, Charles, Malta 

H»f, Uoratio HoU, Garrison Instructor, Lucknow 

Boddv. Owen Vidal, Commanding F Company Sappers and Miners, Thayetmyo 

Bcresford, John Claudius MontgomerA% Aide de Camp to Lord Lieutenant, Dublin 

Henieraon, Charles Burton, attached to Sappers and Miners. Bangalore 

Lan/lej, Lionel, attached to Sappemand Miners, Khyber Field Force 

Wilkic«on, Charles Boyd, Adjutant Madras Sappers and Miners, Bangalore 

Maim. Gother Fyers,** Colombo, Ceylon 

Romilly, Francis John, Exec. Engineer.^th Grade, D.P. Works, Madras, Tanjore 

Johnston, James Taylor, Assist. Eng., ist Grade. D.P. Works. Puiyaub, sth Circle Military Works 

Carter, Charles Carr^. Halifax. N.8. (Torpedo service) 

Dickmson, Edward, Haliflux, Nova Scotia 

Noel, Wilham Frederick Noel, Portsmouth 

Rxhfor^ Boyd, Charles Augustus, A Troop, Aldershot 

^«eep. Henry Lethbridge, Bermuda 

D'ApUar. Francis Burton Grant, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D. P. Works, and Circle, Military > 

Works Branch, Qnettah ) 

C a.nicw, Philip, Assistant Instructor in Telegraphy, School of i>lilitary Engineering, Chatham 

D«r«Ta, Leonard, Assistant Instructor in Chemistry, S.M.E., Chatham 

^one. Reginald da Costa, Gape of Good Hope. Ordered home 

^tianer. Monier Williams,**? Cork Harbour 

i!hone,William Terence, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works, with Afghan Field Force 

^ite, Walier Hanbury, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works. Northern Bengal State Railways ... 
Badjfiey, James Montague Taylor, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works; on Field Service/ 

in Afghanistan f 

I^^^>erier, Henry William, Assistant Engineer, and Grade, D.P. Works; on Field Service inj 

Afghanistan / i 

B«inet, Ferdinando Wallis, Post Office Telegraph Service, London 

Heathcote. Alfred, Gibraltar . 

Mdebrand, Algernon, Assist. Eng., ist Grade, D.P. Works. Sick Furlough 

"lompson, Richard, Bermuda 

Jp», of Bladensburg, Edmond James Thomas, School of Military Engineering, Chatham 

«ycock, Stewart M'Murdo, and Asst. Principal, Thomason College, Roorkee, Bengal 

De»ing, Edward John, School of Military Engineering, Chatham 

Kitchener, Horatio Herbert. H.M. ViceConsul in Anatolia 

Kunbardt, Henry Geffbken, Exec. Engineer, 4th Grade, D. P. Works, Punjaub Railway Branch, Calcutta 
Cockbora, Alexander William, Quarter-Master, Sappers and Miners, Madras 

*Ake, Noel Montagu. School of Military Engineerimr, Chatham 

Jel]»,HenryLake, Assistant Engineer, and Grade. D.P. W 

Babac, Edward, Assistant Engineer, tat Grade, D.P. Works; Assist. Field Engineer, Afghan Field Force 

^tt, Buchanan, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works, Punjaub Northern State Railway 

"^liw*!!. George Frederick, Assist. Eng., 1st Grade, D.P. Works, State Railwaj'^s, Dinapore 

G^it, Suene, Assist. Eng., X St Grade, D.P.W. Military Works Branch, Meerut Division 

aack, Richard Matthews, Pembroke Dock 

Eiltata, Simeon Hardy, Bengal Sappers and Miners ; Assistant Field Engineer, ist Peshawur Division 
^•etuie, Edward, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works, Ganges Canal, Anupshahr Branch, Meerut.. 

«ii>Tbaad, Herbert Hugh, Gibraltar 

}^tii,Harokl Pemberton, Bengal Sappers and Miners; Assist. Field Eng., 1st Peshawur Divi^^ion 

rkipuadall, William Harold, Assistant Engineer, and Grade ; Assistant Field Engineer, Khyber ) 
^rittd force ' 



^^. Alfred Crawford, Assist. Eng., and Grade, D.P.W. ; Assistant Field Engineer, Khybor Field > 

^^^n ; 

^'«ter, Kdmond William,!** Gibraltar. Ordered home 

5P^. Edwani John. Gibraltar ; 

JCaJhxin, Henry Edward, Woolwich Arsenal 

J^TiiOD, John Heniy Chenevix, Assistant Engineer, and Grade, D. P. Works, Peshawar 

J«^^, James, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works, Punjaub 

o«xt€r, John Cordy, Cape of Good Hope. On leave to England 

'■»:her. Thomas Plunket, Assist. Eng., and Grade, D.P.W., Alighur Division ; Assist. Field Engineer, ) 

ftijyber Field Force ) 

J«. James Thomas, Assist. Eng., ist Grade, D.P. Works; Assist. Field Engineer, Khyber Field Force 

VunDonop,Pelham George (Torpedo service), Bermuda 

^delej\ William Lewis Clinton, Assist. Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works, Salem Di.strict, Madras 
^'•▼ler, Henry Dacres, Assistant Engineer, and Grade, D.P. Works, with Afghan Field Force 



H.11. Edmond Stephen, Bengal Sappers and Miners ; .Assistant Field Engineer, Khyber Field Force 

fcaitb, Henry Whistler, Assist. Engineer, and Grade, D.P.W.; Assist. Field Eng., Khyber Field Force. . 



oUckbum. John Edward, Jamaica. 
Breton, Harry D'Arch, St. Helena 
^ox. John Henry, Gibraltar 



' ui. joim HenxT, 1 

J^f ht, Henry Palmar, Malta (Torpedo service) 

p^'dcey, WiUiain r " -*---, 



T r*^' Wilham Henry, Bangalore, Madras 

Jl^'c, Francis Seymour, Gibraltar 

^-•ner, Wentworth Grenville. Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Woi-ks, Punjaub 

J 'rang, Carmichael Light, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P. Works, Bombay ^v, 

Aiidiwn, John Copley, Assistant Engineer, ist Grade, D.P.W. ; Assist. Field Eng.,i 



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Lererson, Julian Joho. On leave J Jan. 72 



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HippiBley, Richard Lionel, Telegraph Service, Bristol 

Helbird, Eotaert Charles, Bennnda •• •••••;••"• 

Oampbell, John Colin Livington, Assist. Engineer, and Grade, D.P.W., with Afghan Field Force 

Davidson, George, Assistant Engineer, and Grade, D.P. Works, Bombay, Poona 

Lister, Wastel Jameson, Assistant Engineer, and Grade, D. P. Works, Bombay, Canara 

Wood, Oharles Knight, Torpedo service, Bermuda 6 Jan. 7a 

O'Sullivan, Gerald Hope Wildig, Submarine Mining Service, Bombay 6 Jan. 7a 

Blunt, Bmest, Assistant Field Engineer, xst Peshawur Division, Afghan Field Force » 6 Jan. 7a 

Nicholls, George Thomas, Bermuda. Ordered home ' 6 Jan. 72 

Grodsal, William Charles, A Troop, Royal Engineers, Aldershot I a May 7a 

Hamilton, Robert Ewen, Assistant Field Engineer, and Peshawur Division, Afghan Field Force 2 May 7a 

Bum-Murdoch, John, Assist. Eng. and Grade, D.P.W., with Afghan Field Force | a May 7a 

Ellis, Charles Conyngham. On sick leave a May 72 

Shaipo, James Birch, Assistant Field Engineer, Candahar Field Force I a May 7a 

Digby, Thomas, Madras, with Khyber Field Force ••...• a May 7a 

Barton, Maurice Charles, Assistant Field Engineer, Candahar Force • a May 7a 

Maxwell, Ronald Charles, Assist. Engineer, and Grade, D.P. Works, Western Rajpootana State Railway, ^ 1 ^ ^- 

Northern Section, Peshawar ^ I ^' 

Foley, Algernon Campbell, Kasaulie a May 7a 

NevilleTJohn, Assistant Enjrinecr, and Grade, D.P. Works, Bombay a May 7a 

Love, Henry Davison, Assistant Examiner, xst Grade,P. Works, Accts. Branch, Madras la Sept. 7a 

SiU, John Warro, Malta xa 8ept.7a 

Maokean, Kenneth, Cape of Good Hope. Ordered to Gibraltar la Sept. 7a 

Bagnold, Arthur Henry, Cyprus la Sept.7a 

Wiuook, Harry Borlase. On sick leave 12 Sept. 7a 

OonBtable,Willoughby Vemer,A88i8t.Eng.,2nd Gr.,D.P.W.,W.Rajpootana State Railway .Southern Sectn. ' la Sept. 7a 
Jennings, Roben, Assistant Engineer, and Grade, D. P. Works, Mau Ranipur Local Railway Division z a Sept.7a 

Darling, Charles Henry, Sappers and Miners, Khyber Field Force iiaSept.7a 

Jervoia, John, Aide de Camp to Governor of South Australia iia Sept.7a 

Rawson, Herbert Edward, Bermuda (Torpedo service) xa Sept.72 

Rhodes, Bmest Frederic, Singapore (Torpedo service) xa 8ept.7a 

Mackenaie, William Jacob, Asst. Engineer, and Grade, D. P. W. Irrigation Branch, Alighnr. Sick FurL'xa Sept. 72 

Andrews-Speed. Henry Speed, Malta iia 8ep£.7a 

Buston, Philip Thomas, Assistant Field Engineer, Koorum Column, Afghan Field Force xa Sept. 7a 

Tyler, John Charles, Malta ;xa Sept. 7a 

Sim, George Hamilton, Assistant Engineer, and Grade, D.P. Works, Jullunder Division Military Works xa Sept. 7s 
Oampbell, JohuChas. ,Beng. Sappers and Miners ; Assist.Field Eng. . xst Peshawur Div.AfghanFieldForce* 9 Jan. 73 

Finiua, Henry, Assist. Engineer, and Grade, D.P. Works, Punjaub Northern State Railway i 9 Jan. 73 

Ferrier, James Arch, Assistant Field Engineer, Khybei* Field Force ! 9 Jan. 73 

Fullerton, John Davidson, Sappers and Miners, Kirkee ; 9 Jan. 73 

Hodcyn, Charles Reginald, Assist. Eng., and Grade, D.P. Works, Sukkur-Dadra Railway \ 9 Jan. 73 

SpUsbury, Edgar Charles, Assistant Engineer, and Grade, D.P. Works, Bombay • 9 Jan. 73 

Baldwin, Philip Bell, S. M. Engineering, Chatham I 9 Jan. 73 

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Jones, George Turner, Sappers and Miners, Quettah Column, Afghan Field Force. 

Conner, William Daniel, Sappers and Miners, Bangalore 

Phillpotts, Robert Villiers, Assistant Field Engineer, xst Peshawur Division, Afghan Field Force 

Lindtey, Waldemar Delmar, with Khyber Field Force 

Bethell, Edward Hugh; Assistant Field Engineer, Khyber Field Force 

Attree, Frederick Wm. Town, Bangalore 

Sankey, Matthew Henry Phineas Riall, Instructor in Fortification R. Military College, Kingston, ') 

Canada, with local rank of Captain } 

"Talbot, Hon. Milo George, Assistant Field Engineer, xst Peshawur Division, Afghan Field Force 

Mein, Alexander Lechmore, AssistantEng. and Grade, D.P. Works, Military Works Branch, Meerut 

Maude, Frederic Natusch, S. M. E., Chatham 

Hiokson, Samuel Arthur Einera, Assistant Engineer, and Grade, D. P. Works, Karwar 

•Onslow, Gerald Charles Penrice, Assistant Field Engineer, Khyber Field Force 

.Stafford, William Francis Howard, Assist. Field Engineer, xst Peshawur Division, Afghan Field Force 

Waller, iUdmund Augustus, Assist. Field Engineer, Afi(han Field Force 

Kenncy, Arthur Herbert, Assist. Engineer, and Grade; Assist. Field Engineer, Khyber Field Force... 



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Tower, George Alfred, Torpedo service, Jamaica. 

•Childers, Edmund Spencer Kardley. Assist. Eng., and Grade; Assist. Field Sng., Khyber Field Force 

Wingfleld-Stratford, Cecil Veraon, Halifax, N. 8. (Torpedo service) 

Maxwell, Cedric, Bengal Sappers and Miners; Assistant Field Engineer, EJiyber Field Force 

Coles, Walter, Kirkee 

Friend, Lovick Bransby, Torpedo service. Hong Kong 

Shute, Gerald Edward, Sappers and Miners, Rangoon 

Rainsford-Hannay. Fred., Torpedo service, Ceylon 

Haig, Herbert de Haga, Torpedo service, Mauritius 

Penrose, Cooper, Natal. On passage home 

Day, John Geori:e, Assist. Eng., and Grade, D. P. W., Militaiy Works Branch, Simla. Sick Furlough... 
Porter, GeofRrey ilorohead. Assist. Eng. and Gr. D.P.W., Mil. Works Branch, Preaiency Com. Sick Furl. 

Jerome, Henrs' Joseph Walker, Assistant Field Engineer, Candahar Force 

Soott-Moncrieff, George Kenneth, Assistant Field Engineer, Kliyber Field Force 

Sinclair, Hugh Montgorocrie, Cyprus 

Kenyon, Bdwanl Ranulph, Cyprus .'/. '.'... 

Grant, Samuel Charles Norton, Shomcliffb !..'!.!!!!!.....!!...!!. 

Bate, Charles M'Guire, School of Military Engineering, Chathiucn .!.!!!!!.!...!!.!!..!!!!!!.!!!!.!!!. 

Slrington, Maurice, Bermuda 

Middfomass, John Crawford, Torpedo service, Malta \\\ !!!.!!,.. 

Peel, Frederick, Assistant Engineer, and Grade, D.P.W., Mil. Works Branch, Simla 

Lutyens, John Gallwev, Bermuda 

Cameron, Maurice Alexander, War Office, Whitehall '** . . *" 

Wrottesley, Alfred Edward, Halifax, N.S "."."!!! !.*.'"!.'.. 

Oleeve, Stewart Dalrymple, Bermuda ." !!......!!!.!!]..! ...."..i 

MacDonnell, Alfred Creagh, Assistant Field Engineer, Khyber Field Force !....!!.. 

Boyce, Ernest Joseph George. Gosport *" 

Mason, Alex. Herbert, Roorkee, Bengal, Assistant Field Engineer, Khyb«Keld Force !!!!.!!!! ..!! 

Appleton, Henry, Roorkee, Bengal \ 

Dickie, John Elford, Assistant I"ieUl Engineer, Candahar Force 

Sler.Heniy Edward, Halifax, N.S. Ordered to Bermuda .......'..*.'.*'.",".'.*.". 
>bott, Herbert Edward Stacy, Roorkee, Bengal 

Foster, Hubert John. Onsickleave. 



Haynes, Charles Edward, Cape of Good Hope 



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LuVTBKAnTfl. 

Wiselr, Geo. Alexander Keith, Aid0 cU Camp \ 

U Major &entral R. Biddulpk i 

Bamet, Horace Hatton, AsaUtant Field) 

Kn g ii ia er , Bolan Pasa > 

Back, Oliver Edwal, Portsmoath 

Majne, Charlea Blair, Aasistant Field Eng., > 

Khyber Field Force y 

Goodwyn, Henry £dward, Hadraa 

Gale, Walter Andrew, Asaiatant Field Eng., 

Khyber Field Force 



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75 



Caillard,yincent Henry Penalver, Montenegro' 19 Aug. 75 

Hawkuia, Walter Francis. Devonport liQ Aug. 75 

Slater. Mortimer John, Kirkee 1 19 Aug. 75 

Baadolpb, Alfred Herbert, Asaiatant Field) 1,0 Anff 7k 

Engineer, Khyber Field Force ) |«9Aug.75 

Jackson, Lonia Charles. On sick leave i'9 Aug. 75 

LittledAle, BiUphPndaay, Cape of GoodHope... i9 Aug. 75 
Coouneline, Charles Ernest, Cape of Good ) I ,g ^^g ^5 



LlSUTKNAKTS. _*'*"'^- 

Dumbleton, Horatio Noma , 9 Oct. 77 

Prendergast, Theodore John Warrendcr 9 Oct. 77 

Askwith, William Bayne 9 Oct. 77 

Anstruther, Ralph William 9 Oct. 77 

Massy, Hampden Hugh 9 Oct. 77 

Adair, Henry Benjamin Naylor 9 Oct. 77 

St. John, Charles William Robert 9 Oct. 77 

YoUand, William 9 Oct. 77 

Mantell, Alfred Montgomery 31 Jan. 78 

Bum-Murdoch, Paul Kobtrt J31 Jan. 78 

Williama, Godfrey 31 Jan. 78 

Huskisson, William J31 Jan. 78 

Crogan, Thomas Andrew 31 J»"- 7^ 

Druitt, Edward \3i Jan. 78 

Chesnoy, Harold Frank 131 Jan. 78 

Brownrige, Henry John Watt 3' Jan. 78 

Stafford, Honry Lawrence Caulfcild Howard 31 Jan. 78 

Anderson, Francis .lames 31 Jan. 78 

r , Ark wnght, Loon«ird Arthur 31 Jan. 78 

Cowan, Jamea Henry, War Office, Whitehall 3 Feb. 76 Gubbins. Philip Charlea hi Jan. 78 

Lindsay, Henry EdzeU Morgan, Chatham 1 a Feb. 76 Caimes, William Alnn hi Jan. 78 

Bond. Francis George, Natal. Orderedhome a Feb. 76 Stockdale, Godfrey Henry Wolley I31 Jan. 78 

Hedley, Bobert Shafto, Portsmouth ; 3 Feb. 76; Davidson, Stuart 18 Dec. 7J 

Lerenon, George Francis, Devonport a Feb. 76; Leigh, Richard 'i8Dtc. 78 

Bowlea, Frederick Gilbert, Gosport , 2 Feb. 76^ Homiblow, Frank Herbert |i8Dec. 78 

Longe, Francis Bacon, Assist. Field Eng., > ' ^Feb 76 Baker. Walter Way 1x8 Dec. 78 

Koonun Valley, Afghan Field Force i «"• 7 Rugaell, Bruce Brcmner 18 Dec 78 

— -- • * '' ' ' '^i— -»— T^ 1-., 18 Dec. 78 

18 Dec. 78 
18 Dec. 78 
8 Dec. 78 



Ttnton, William Hairy, Gibraltar 14 Aug. 76; Learoyd, Charles Douglas. 

GordoQ, George Huntly Blair, Assist. Field > - . 1 «« _6 Norria, Stephen Leslie 

Engineer, Khyber Field Force > * *' ' 1 Roper, Percy Lyle Or . sby 

Brotherton, Thomas de la Have, Natal '.. 14 Aug. 76 Mullsly, Herbert 

Carr, George Anderson, Chatham 14 Aug. 76 Hinde, William Henry- 18 Dec. 78 

Kelly, Arthur James, ShomcUffe 14 Aug. 76 'Mills, Dudley Acland iSDec. 78 

Stai^on, Edward Charles, Assistant Field) |,^ ^^^o, ,6,Drummond. Arthur George *^ ^®^ "!} 



ftogineer, Khyber Field Force ) !'* ^^' ^ 

Codd, Alfred Percy, Curragh 35 Jan. 77 

Beeik, Frederick Crofton,fi[onnslow 35 Jan. 77 

Ghi!il», Frederic Manley, Portsmouth 35 Jan. 77 



Winn, John t 6 Apr. 79 

Borrurd, Sidney Gerald 1 6 Apr. 79 

Pollen, Walter Hun gcrford 6 Apr. 79 

Kelly, Francis Henry I 6 Apr. 79 

, Andrew Graham, Aldershot 35 Jan. 77'! King, Henry Somerset ' 6 Apr. 79 

JofcMtone. Henry Melvill, Cork 135 Jan. 77: Browne, Clement Alfred Righy 1 6 Apr. 79 

Femberton, Smest St Clair, Aldershot ?5 Jan. 77 | Russell, Walter i 6Apr. 79 

Shsv, Thomas Barton, Shomcliffe 35 Jan. 77 Jeffreys, Frederick Vaughan 6 Apr. 79 

Lajvd, Arthur Austen Macgregor, Aldershot 35 Jan. 77,1 Roberts, Henry Bradley I 6 Apr. 79 

Lsfba, Henry David. On leave |x9June77 ;Town»hend, Kmest 1 6 Apr. 79 

Hawker. Bd ward Christopher l?yrell ,i9June77 iSandbach, Arthur Edmund j 6 Apr. 79 

Lawson, Henry Merrick 19 June 77 jAUen, Robert Franklin 1 6 Apr. 79 

Tsaner, John Arthur. On leave 19 June77 1 Dallas, James l3oJuly 79 

Sankey. Alfred Bobert Mandeville. On leave 19 June 77 ; Stuart, Andrew Mitchell 30 July 79 

EeynoMa. Frank Romilly ii9June77 iVidal, William Sealy 30 July 79 

MscCarthy, Felix Denis Francis. On leave... ■19 June 77 Norton, Charles Edward 30 J^^y 70 

Psteraon, Hugh Augustus Lawrence 119 June 77 1 Biggs, Henry Vero 30 J^jy 79 

Irvine. James Laird i9June77 Burton, Edmund Merccroa 30 July 79 

Haaaey, WiUiam Clive 19 June 77 Quill, Lawrence ^o.luly 79 

Jsekaon, Hnfifh Milboume 19 June 77 Tuke, Martin Litchfield 30 July 79 

A^^ar, Edward ..I 9 Oct. 77 OldfleUi, Frederick Hume 30 J^^y 79 

Race, Spring Robert » 9 Oct. 77 Doppmg-Hepenstal, Lamheri. John 30 July 79 

Xeercs, Arthur Douglas ' 9 Oct. 77 Grant, Alexander 3oJuly 79 

Deputy Adjutant General— Grant. Colonel John Marshall, i Jan. 76. 
Dtjmtg A»9utant Adjutant Graero/.— Micklem, Major Edward, z Oct. 79. 



FafmaUer$. 

Browning, Wniiam Henry, 1 4 June 59; IIon.Maj. 1 4 June 74 , 

a.M.S., Caatham. 
RKtaazdBon, Alezander,i» 1 Apr. 63; Hon.Capt. i Apr. 68; 

H«*. Mmj&r, : Apr. 78, Aldershot. 
Timrsn, Jnlina Brockman,i«« 9 May 45; znd Lt, 8 July 37; 
Litmi. 8 Apr. 4* ; -Ho*. ^•Jor, 1 Jan. 60. 
Ifutruetor c/ Mutketrw. 
Gthrcy, Captain W. J., x May 78. 



Adjutant. 
Brooke, Captain Alured De Vere, 22 Jan. 78, Chatham. 

Quarter Jfattert. 
Jones, John, X3 Apr. 64, Chatham. 
Buttle, Clement Francis, 19 Jan. 70, Chatham. 
Andrews, Alfred, 25 Sept. 72 ; Bon. Captain, 37 July 79, 

Horse Guards. 
Cole, Samuel, 33 April 73, Aldershot. 
t M'Donald, James, 29 Nov. 73, Southampton. 



Boyal Engineer Troops. 

.i<0*»<o»»*-— Hart-Davis, Lieut. H. V. H., 36 July 79. 

Eiiing Jfotfor.— David Gillon, 31 Aug. 75, Aldershot. 

VtUrinary Swragons.— Inge, Daniel Isaac, i July 55 ; ut Clas$, si April 63, Aldershot. 

Walters, William Barker, 36 Nov. 61 ; ist Clou, 3 Aug. 71, Cape of Good Hops. 
Ordered home. 
Scarlet— IVicMiy*, Blue Velvet.— .^^en^, Messrs. Cox & Co. 



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War Services of the Officers of the Itoyal Engineers, 125 

^ Sir Frederick Edward Chapman proceeded on a special niisaion to Constantinople in Jan. 1854. Was employed 
Buj vejing the poBiUons at Bolair, Anrianople, and Bugok Tchekmadgie, previous to the arrival of the firitJBh 
Forces in Turkey ; was attached to the ist Division, and accompanied it to Bulgaria and Bulganak, and M'Kensie s 
Farm ; also present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman. Served throughout the siege of Sebastopol, during the 
early part or which ho was Director of the Left Attack, and in the latter part he was Executive Engineer to the 
Forces. Was several times mentioned in official despatches, and received the Brevet ranks of Miyor, Lt.Colonel, 
snd Colonel, CB., Medal with three Clasps, Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 3rd 
Class of the Mediidie). 

* Sir Lintom Simmons waa employed for three years in the disputed territory on the N.E. frontier of the United 
States in constructing works for its aefence and in making military explorations. Happening to be in Turkey in 
185^ he was si>eciaUy employed by Lord Stratford de Redcliflfe on several important services ; joined Omar Pasha in 
March 1854 ; escorted the new Governor into Silistria after the former one had been killed, and was present during 
part of the siege of that fortress ; laid out and threw up the lines of Slobodzie and Georgevo on the Danube, having 
entire charge of the operation with ao.ooo men of all arms under his command, a Russian Army of 70,000 men being 
vithin seven miles : was present during the occupation of Wallachia and had frequent charge of reconnaissances 
upon the enemy's rear. Went to the Crimea in Dec. 1854 to concert with the allied Commanders in Chief as to the 
movements ofthe Turkish Army : was present at the battle of Eupatoria. laid out and threw up the entrenched 
camp round that place ; afterwards was before Sebastopol fVom April 1855 until after its fall, and then went to 
Mingrelia and was present at the forced passage ofthe Ingui, where he commanded the Division which crossed the 
river and turned the enemy's position, capturing his works and ffu^s : Omar Pasha in his despatch attributed the 
ioceess of the day chiefly to Lt.Colonel Simmons. He served as Her Majesty's Commissioner to the Ottoman Army 
throughout the war and was employed in all the negotiations having reference to the movements of Omar Pasha 8 
An&y. Has received the Crimean Medal with Clasp, the Turkish Gold Medal for the Danubian campaign, the Order 
of Ife^idie 3rd Class, and a Sword of Honor from the Turkish Government ; also the 4th Class of tne Legion of 
Honco'. Waa Her Majesty's Commissioner for laying out the Turco-Russian boundary in Asia, and granted the and 
Ckas ofthe Medjidie by the Sultan, but was reftised permission to accept it. 

* General Dumford served as Executive Engineer in the combined Naval and Military expedition np tne 
Canton river in April 1847, and was present at the capture of eight forts, viz.. North and South Wantong, at the 
Boeca Tigris ; Pachow and Wookongtap, at the Barrier ; Zig-zag, Segment, Shaneen, and Dutch Folly, at Canton. 

* Sir Heniy Harness served in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59 <^ Commanding Royal Engineer, 
including the operations at Cawnpore a^nst the GwaUor Contingent from 25th to aoth Nov., and battle of Uie 6th 
Dec. 1857 (mentioned in despatches) . Siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatches, and thanked by the 
GoTcmor General in Council). Subseouent operations in Rohilcund and Oude (CB., Medal with Clasp) . 

' Lient.(yeneral Hadden was actively emplo^^ed in Canada during the rebellion in 1837-39, &i^d ^^* engaged 
vtth the rebels at St. Eustache and St. Benoit. 

' Li«ai.Geiieral Stanton was attached to the Q.M.G.'s Staff with the expedition across the Orange River under Sir 
Q«oree Gathcart in 1852, and was present at the action of Berea. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, includ- 
ing tht attack on the Port of Odessa, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
Clasu, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 
Sth CkMB ofthe Mei^e) . 

** Miiar (Seneral Weetmacott served in Canada during the rebellion, and the raids from the United States in 
1930-39. Employed on the defences and reconnoitring fh>ntier8 of both Provinces. Subsequently compiling Military 
itporti on the whole of British North America. 

" Sir Wmiam Jervois served at the Cape of Good Hope during the Kaffir war of 1846-47, and made a military 
ikftefa of 9000 square miles of Kaffirland,— xioo of which he surveyed during the war (Medal). 

'* Oilonel Hassard served the Crimean campaign from Nov. 1854. including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie 
of nth May. and expedition to Kertch and Tenikale (Modal with Clasps, Brevet of Major. Sardinian and Turkish 
Medals, and 5th CIsm of the Medjidie). 

" Cokmel Lovell went to Turk^ on service in March 1854, ^^^ ^(^ employed surveying the position at Buysak 
TchAmidii ; was appointed a Division Engineer to the and Division ofthe Army ofthe East, which he accompanied 
through Bulgaria and the Crimea. Was the Royal Engineer Officer appointed to attend Sir George Brown and 
Minhal Canrobert in their reconnaissance of the west coast of the Crimea previous to the landing of the Allied 
innies. Landed with the Army at Old Fort, and was present at the offiurs at the Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, 
battles of Alma (mentioned in despatches) and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, whence he was invalided while 
Brigade Major Royal Engineers in Nov. 1854 (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, CB., 5th Class of the Med- 
;<die. and l^urkish' Modal). 

'• Major General Browne served for nearly six months in the Trenches before Sebastopol ; was present at the repulse 
''■f scrties on 22nd March and 5th April ; was Senior Officer of Engineers at the capture and defence of Quarries on 
rih June, for which service he was honourably mentioned in despatches, and received the Brevet of Major. Sue- 
cteded Colonel l^lden as Directing Engineer of the Right Attack, and in the execution ofthe duties of that appoint- 
laest was i>evcrely wounded by a rifle-ball on 24th August, which broke the left arm, passed through shoulder, 
t&d unnred jaw (Medal with Clasp, Brevets of Miyor and Lt.Colonel, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, 
fudiidan and Turkish Medals, and sth Class of the Medjidie). 

^ Lieut.(xeneral Montagu served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman ; 
^^ it the siege of Sebastopol until aand March, wnen he was taken prisoner during a sortie, but exchanged, and 
karisg Odessa on the 2nd was again in the Oimea on the 3rd August, and again present at the siege and fall of 
SefaaMopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel. Knight ofthe Legion of Honor. Sardinian 
and Tartosh Medals, and 5th Class of the Mediidie). 

* CokMbd Cooke served in the Oimea from July 1855, including the siege and foil of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, Brevet of Major. 5th Class ofthe Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

* Colonel Inglis served in the Kaffir war of 1850-52— throughout the year 1851 as Grarrison Adjutant at Gra- 
^XBttowa, snd afterwards as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Greneral in the Field (Medal). 

" Ccteael Wray was sent on special service to Japan in Dec. 1863 as Commanding Royal Engineer under the 
Nainl Oowmander in (Jhief Vice- Admiral Sir Augustus Kuper. Was sent by him in August 1864 to reconnoitre the 
aatterissia Simonosaki Straits, and was afterwards present with a Detachment of Royal Engineers in the action of 
the ssh Sept 1864 and subsequent operations (mentioned in desx>atches. Brevet of Mi\jor). 

" ColoDd Paaley served with a Detachment of the lath and 40th Regiments under Captain Thomas at the cap- 
^^tf^ of a Modcade occupied by insurgents at the Ballarat Gold Fields in Australia on the 3rd Dec. 1854. Served on 
the 8uff of Major (Seneral Pratt in New Zealand in z86o. and wac severely wounded at the attack of a Pah on the 
I ith October (Brevet of Major, and Medal) . 

** Sir John Stokes served in the Kaffir wars of 1846-47 and 1850-51 (Medal) ; was thanked by the Ck)nmiandcr 
m Chief for gallant conduct in the action ofthe Gwanga on 8th June 1846, and again on 25th July for opening com- 
rarnQcation through the heart ofthe enemy's country. In 1851 was appointed D.A.Q.M. General of the Field Force 
aad iMniitad to organise some 3000 Hottentot Levies, and was engaged m all the operations ofthe Division fh)m Feb. 
to July 1851, and repeatedly mentioned in general orders. In 1855 was appointed Chief Engineer to the Turkish 
Contingent and raised and organized the Engineer Corps and Train of that Force. Was employed in forti^ng 
Kertdx during the winter of 1855-56 (Brevet of Major, ith Class of the Medjidie— promoted to and Class in 1874— 
and Turkish Medal). In May 1856 was appointed by Lord Panmure. the Secretary of State for War, to be his 
Cc TTunl as i o ne r for settling all afflurs connected with the breaking up of the Turkish Contingent, with ftdl powers 
;o decide all questions of compensation to Officers, and to dispose of the animals and stores of the force. This 
•errics was completed and all his decisions approved of in July following. In July 1856 was appointed Her 
MMsty's Conrniisakmer for the Danube, under the Treaty of Paris. 

* Sir Indrew Clarke was employed on special service in 1848 in New Zealand, and in command of a party 
aiakisff a detailed reooDiiaiasance within the disturbed districts, in presence of and engaged with the enemy. 

" Colonel Kwait proceeded to Turkey on special service in Jan. 1854 ; joined the Armv in the East on its 
arrival, and served with it uninterruptedly until its return in June 1856, including one year as Mwor of Brigade, R.E. 
(Medal with four Claspa, Brevet of Major. Knight of the Legion of Honor. Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th 
Glass of thsMadiSdie). j » » 

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^26 [Yar Services of the Ojjicers of the lioijal Engineers. 

*• Colonel Nugent served in the Baltic during the Russian war in 1854 and 1855. In 1S54 as Senior Engineer 
Officer attached to the Commander in Chief Admiral Sir Charlea Napier, and was present at the capture of the Aland 
Islands and fall of Bomarsund. In z8s5. attached to the Commander in Chief Admiml Sir R. Dundas, and present 
at the bombardment of Sweaborg (Baltic Modal, and Brevet of Migor). 

" Colonel Belfleld served in the Kaffir war of 1850-52 (Medal). 

" Colonel E. C. A. Gordon served in the Eastern Cunpaign trwn April 1854 to its close, when he was appointed 
H.M.'8 Commissioner for the settlement of claims against the Turkish Government for the Crimean war. In i86a 
was appointed British Member of the Mixed Military Commission charged with the dcmarkacion of the Rayon of 
the fortress of Belgrade. 

^ Colonel Porter served the Crimean campaign firom Feb. to Mav 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Magor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

•* Colonel Crease served in the Crimea during the winter of 1855-56 under Sir R. H. Vivian ; was second in 
command of the Engineer Force with the Turkish Contingent with the local rank of Major, and commanded the 
Engineers during the latter four months of the occupation of Kertoh by the Allies (Turkish Medal) . Served with 
the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose ; was Field Engineer and commande<l the axst Company Royal 
Engineers during the summer of 1858, and was present at the battles of Autsee and Gwalior and capture of uwalior 
<Medal with Clasp). 

^ Colonel E. M. Groin served in the Trenches before Sebastopol during the winter of 1854-55 (Medal with Claap 
and Turkish Medal). 

^ Colonel Ravenhill served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and 
siege of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidic. and Turkish Medal). 

*' Colonel Sil>ome served in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Also in the expedition against the Rasutas in 
Dec. 1852, having charge of the Pontoons by which the Troops crossed the Orange and Caledon rivers. Present at 
the action of the Berea, and mentioned in general orders. 

>* Major General Nicholson served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol flrom August 1855, commanded 4th Company 
R.E. at Kinbourn, and was in immediate direction of the works for the destruction of Sebastopol Dockyard (liedal 
with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign f^m 
1 2th Dec. 1857 to 23rd Dec. 1858, and was present at the capture of Lucknow (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Medal 
with Clasp), has been fre(}uently mentioned in despatches. 

'* Colonel Cox served m the Indian mutiny campaign, including the sieffe and capture of Lucknow. campaign 
in RohUcund and battle of Bareilly as Adjutant of Royal Engineers (Modal unth Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

*• Colonel Fowler served throughout the Kaffir war of 1851-55 (Medal). 

^^ Colonel Brine served as a volunteer in the Crimean campaign firom the 5th July 1855. including the siege and 
fkll of Sebastopol, and battle of the Tchemaya ; did duty in the Trenches of the Right Attack (Medal with Clasp, 
and Turkish Medal). Was present with Colonel Neale, ILM. Minister, in the flag ship Eurjfalut at the naval 
engagement under Vice Admiral Kuper with the Forts at Kagosima in Japan including the attacks on the shore 
batteries on the 15th and 16th Aug. 1863 (thanked in despatches, and Brevet of Major ; also created a Knight of the 
Tower and Sword of Portugal). 

** Sir Howard Elphinstone served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol. and 
was wounded during the assault of the 8th Sept. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, Victoria Cross, Brevet of Major, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor. 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

** Colonel CHimberland served in the Crimea from 13th Sept. 1855, and was employed in the demolition of the 
Docks of Sebastopol (Crimean and Turkish Medals). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-59 • ""^^ Commanding 
''"'"'neer at the siege and fall of Fort Ahwah, and present at the siege and capture of Kotah, conducting the First 
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Column at the assault (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

^ Colonel Lennox landed in the Crimea on qoth Sept. 1854 and served uninterruptedly with the Army there until 
it re-embarked in June 1856 ; was present at the battle of Inkerman, attack and capture of the Rifle Pits on 20th 
Nov. 1854 (Victoria Cross), siege and fkll of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 
5th Class of the Met^idie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58 ; was present at the action of Khujwa ; com- 
manded the Engineer Brigade at the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (mentioned in Lord Clyde's despatch, and 
thanked by the Grovemor General in Council), and against the GKvalior Contingent ending in its defeat at the battle 
of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. ; present at the action of Knodagunj ; served at the siege of Lucknow in March 1858 (men- 
tioned in Chief Engineer's report, and received Brevet of Mjyor) ; commanded the Engineers at the attack on Fort 
Rooya, and at the action of Aileegunj ; present at the capture of Bareilly. and at the action of Doundeakera ; com- 
manded the Engineers at the attack of Fort Oomreeah ; present at the affair of Burgeedia, the capture of Fort Mua- 
jeedia, and the affair on the River Raptee near Bankee 31st Dec. 1858 (four times mentioned in despatches. Medal 
with two Clasps, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Was sent to the German armies during the Franco-German war, and 
was with them from the 14th November 1870 till the 10th March 1871. Present at the siege of Paris from nth to 
C5th December 1870; at the siege of Mezieres from the 24th December till its surrender on the 2nd January 187 1 ; 
at the siege of Paris from the loth January till the 4th February ; and at the siege of Bolfort from 7th Febmary 
till .the entxy of the German troops on the i8th February 1871. 

*^ Colonel Stuart served during the operations of 1856-58 at Canton; was present at the capture and demolition 
of French Folly Fort and at the formation of defensive position at the Factories; led the French Storming Party 
at the assault of Canton, and was thanked by the French Naval Commander m Chief (Medal, and Brevet of 
Major). 

^ Colonel Grraham served throughout the Eastern campaign uf 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inker- 
man, and served in the Trenches throughout the siege of Sebaatox>ol— twice wounded. Led a ladder party to the 
assault of the Redan on the i8th June 185^ (Victoria Cross), and was on duty in the Trenches at the final assault of 
the 8th Sept. Employed in the destruction of the Docks of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the 
Le^on of Honor. 5th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, and Brevet of Mi^or). Served throughout the cam- 
paign of i860 in North China, including the assault of Tangku and the Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin — 
wounded with jingall-ball (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

■^ Lt. Colonel Philips served in the Crimea frx>m September 1854 to February 1855. including the siege of Sebastopol 
attack and capture of the Russian Rifle-pits on the 20th November 1854, and battle of Inkerman. Was mentioned 
in despatches with other Lieutenants of Engineers as having " particularly distinguished himself" during the 
siege (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Chiss of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

*i Lt.Colonel Martin served in the Crimea from Sept. 1854 to Feb. 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

*■ Lt. Colonel Pratt served during the operations crossing the Danube in July 1854, and received the Turkish Gold 
Medal for that campaign. Served during the Crimean campaign until the end of May 1855 (Medal with Clasp, 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

" Lt. Colonel Drake served in the Crimea frt>m Nov. 1854 to May 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Clasp, Kniffht of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

** Lt.Colonel Junes served at the siege of Sebastopol from Feb. 1855 until taken prisoner of war on 2nd July 
(Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Was attached to the Turco-Russian Boundary 
Oommissions in Bessarabia and Asia in 1856-57. 

** Colonel C. G. Gordon served in the Trenches before Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 to the close of the aiege 
(wounded on 6th June 1855). Accompanied the Column under Sir John Campbell at the attack of the Redan on the 
1 8th June ; accompanied the Company of Sappers attached to the expedition to Kinbourn, and present at the sur- 
render of that fort. Was employed in the demolition of the Docks of Sebastopol ; and subsequently employed on 
the Turco-Russian Boundar}*' Conuniasions in Bessarabia and Asia in 1856-57 (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Chinese war of i860 (Medal with Clasp for Pekin) ; and in the 
operations against the rebels undertaken by the British Forces in 1862, including the captures of the cities of 
Kahding, Singpo. Cholin, and N^jow (Brevet of M^or). Commanded in 1861 and 64 a native Imperialist Force in 
thirty-three engagements with the rebels (Brevet ofLt.Colonel, and CB., and the highest Chinese rank and honors). 

>7 Colonel Edwards sor%'efl in the Crimea frt)m 14th Sept. 1855, and was employed in the demolition of the Docks 
of Sebastopol (Medal, nnd Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1857-50, and commanded n Company of the Royal 
Engineers throughout the campaign in Central India under Sir Hugh Rose ; Pf9i^?f!^§4^ the siege and storming of 



War Services of the Officers of the Rotjal Enr/ivcrrs. 127 

ChAndftiree (commanded the ladder party at the osaault, mentioned in despatchea), sicgc and storming of Jliansi 
(directed the only two auccessfdl colnmne of assault), actions of the Betwah and Koonch (mentioned in despatches), 
irtJoM before Calpee from the 15th to the aist May, action of Goolowlee on aand May, in which he supported 
wiih his Company a portion of the 25th Bombay Native InlSantry which had been driven back by overpowering 
nnmbers (specially mentioned in Sir Hagh Rose's despatch for ** prompt resolution in charging most successfully 
ihe very superior force of the rebels, routing them with loss, and pursuing them till out of reach"), capture of 
C»lp«e, action before and capture of Gwalior. Served as Commanding Engineer with Colonel Liddel's Column 
a Bandlekaad in August September and October 1858, and also with Colonel Meade's Column in Central India 
m Fcbmaiy March and April 1859, clearing the jungles and in the pursuit and capture of Tuntia Topee (Medal 
with Clasn, and Brevet of Miyor). 

"LtColonel Donnelly ser^'cd throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55. including the battles in the 
Crimet, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 
» U.Colonel Scott served at the siege of Sebastopol in June 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
"UColonel Dnmaresq served at the siege and fliU of Sebastopol from July 1855; did duty in the Trenches 
of the right attack (Modal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

" Colonel Scratchley served at the siege and fkll of Sebastopol from Aug. 1855, ami accompanied the expedition 
to Kmbourn (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served the campaigns in Oude of 1857-58, having joined General 
Wmdham's Force at Cawnpore in Nov. 1857, and was present at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp) . 
"LLColonel Maquay served as Captain with the Engineers' Force of the Turkish Contingent in the Crimea in 
'^55-5^ (Turkish Medal). Served in tne Indian campaign of 1857-59, was severely wounded at Rowa, and present 
M three other engagements (mentioned in several despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

« Colonel W. B. Gosset served as Assistant Field Engineer with the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh 
Eoee in 1S58 ; was Directing Engineer with the storming party at the assault of the hill Fort of Chandairee, present at 
the nejfe and storming of Jhansi, commanded the 21st Company Royal Engineers during the action of Koonch, 
prweut at the actions of Goolowlee. Calpee, and Gwalior, and the capture of the two latter places (several times 
mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

•• U. Colonel Malcolm served with the 23rd Company throtighout the Indian mutiny, including the action of Futteh- 
pore, relief of Lucknow, battle of Cawnpore, affair of Seraighat, capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatches), 
aware of Rooya, Allygunge, and Bareilly (Medal with two Clasps). 

*< Ll. Colonel MacDonnell served throughout the Abvssinian campaign with Head Quarters in command of Bombay 
Ssppers and Miners, and was present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches as 
biviDif "rendered valuable and important services," Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

•Major C. E. Webber served with the 21st Company Royal Engineers throughout the campaign of 1858 in. 
t>n»al India, under Sir Hugh Rose, and was in charge of the ladder party at the escalade of Jhansie, where he 
vu one of the officers who led the assault; also served in the campaign of 1859 (three times mentioned in 
dwpatches. Medal with Clasp, and received the thanks of the Governor of Bombay). 

•♦ U.Colonel J. M. H. Maitland served in China in 1857-59, and was present during the occupation of Canton and 
Miie storming of Chck-Hung under Sur Charles Straubenzee. Served at the attack on the Peiho Ports on the 
2Sui Jim 1859 under Rear Admiral Hope, when he was in command of the Marksmen on board a division of Gun 
Bcattdanng the naval action, and in charge of the ladder party when the assault was made over the mud. 
Bpeciafly mentioned in despatches "for gallantry, &c." (Medal). 

'• Major Ferting served in the first Brigade of Sir Hugh Rose's Central India Field Force throughout the cam- 
P*i^ and afterwards in the Gwalior Division under Sir Robert Napier ; present at the captures of Chandeyree,. 
Jhaas, Calpee, Gwalior, and Poorie; actions of Koonch and Goolowlee (Medal with Clasp). 

Major Papillon served in China during 1858-60, accompanied the expeditions to the North in 1858 and i860 ; 
dannj5 ^ campaign of the latter yeax commanded as a Lieutenant the 8tn Company Royal Engineers, present at 
ih« aejfe and capture of the Taku Forts (Aug. 21st and 22nd) and engaged at the aflhirs of Sinho, Changkyawang, 
and Pahlichaou (Medal with two Clasps). 

^ Colonel G. D. Pritchard served during the Indian mutiny of 1857-59 ^^-^ t-he 2^rd Company Royal Engineers, 
»od »M present at the action of Khujwa, throughout the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle ot Cawnpore on 
(th Dec. 1857, action of Khodagunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, throughout the Rohilcund campaign, in- 
eJuding the attack on Fort Rooya, action of Allygunge, and capture of Bareilly ; throughout the Oude and Trans- 
^o«ra campaign, inclading the action of Dounderakera, attack on Fort Oomreah, action of Buijeedia, capture of 
Fr/rt Mu^eedia, and affair on the Raptee near Bankee (Medal with two Clasps). Served during the China war of 
I Ecc, and was present at the actions of Sinho and Tangku, led the assaulting party (after Major Grah^, Royal 
Eagineera, was wounded) at the storming of the North Taku Fort, being one of the nret to ent«r ; present at the 
•Jarwofthe 18th and 23rd Sept., and the surrender of Pekin (twice mentioned in despatches. Medal with two 
'-wps, and Brevet of Major). Commanded the loth Company Royal Engineers throughout the Abvssinian cam* 
Iceland was present at the action of Arogee, and storming of the Fortress of Magchila— wounded in the right 
*m and shoulder (mentioned in despatched. Brevet of Lt. Colonel, and Medal). 

^ U.Colonel Brooke serv-ed in the New Zealand war of 1863-64, and was wounded in the action at Rangariri,. 
*^i present at the action of Kakaromea, and capture of Wereroa Pah (mentioned in despatch, Brevet of Major, 
ar^ Medal). 

•* Colonel Harrison served during the Indian mutiny of 1857-59, and was present at attacks on the Alumbagh 
3"jierOatram ; at the siege and capture of Lucknow ; throughout the Rohilcund campaign, including affairs at Fort 
R*'ah, Alleegunge, and Bareilly ; through the Oude campaign of 1858-59, including the affair at Bu.xarghat; and 
^ Afunif Adjutant to the Commanding Royal Engineer in India during the Tran.^-Gogru campaign, including 
iffaiR at Bnrgudiah, Fort Mudjidea, and Bankee (Medal with Clasp). Served during the China war of i860, and 
^ I»raem at the afikirs of Sinho and Tangku, and siege and capture of the Taku Forts. Was attached to the Quarter 
««« General's Staff during the advance on and surrender of Pekin, and present at the affairs of Senho and 
r.t*a«ho on the i8th and 23rd Sept. (mentioned in despatches. Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

'^ «J<»t Courtney served with the expeditionary force in China in 1858-62, and was present at the action of 
'^bekmijf with the Kwantung rebels on the 8th Jan. 1859. Accompanied the Naval forces under Sir Michael Sey- 
ttoiir to the Peiho river in May 1858, and was engaged in the demolition of the forts at its mouth. Served throagh- 
ojQt thf campaign of i860 in North China as Acting Adjutant to the combined force of Royal Engineers and Madras 
oAppers, and was pretsent at the acticr.s of Sinho and Tanku, siege and capture of the Taku Forts (mentioned in 
6«P«die»). and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

^ M^ NewBome »er\'ed with the Army in Turkey and the Crimea ftrom June 1854 as a volunteer, and for such 

•S"T««with the Royal Engineers from Oct. 1854 to May 1855, as Assistant Engineer, he received his Commission 

u3Utf Corps ; has received the Crimean Medal with three Clasps, the Turkish Medal, and the 5th Class of the Medjidie. 

' Major D. C. Walker served with the Rajpootana Field Force in 1857-58, and was present at the capture of Fort 

Ai^ and the siege of Kotah. 

^ Major Himo served throughout the campaign of i860 in North China, and was present at the actions of Sinho 
»2l Tanfku. storm and capture of the Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 
^ Major Keith served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and was present at the capture of Lucknow (Medal 

^ Major B. O. Jones landed on the Gold Coast ou the ajrd December 1873 in command of the a8th Company 
K^l Engineers, and served until the close of the Ashanti war (Medal). 

M^ior Clements served throughout the campaign of x86o in North China, and was present at the actions of 
. mho and Tangku, storm and capture of the Taku Forts, action near Tungchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal 
fitc two Clasps). 

" Major Warbnrton served in the New Zealand war of 1860-61, employed on special service and mentioned in 
de^Mtchea (Medal). 

" Jf^j^ Start served in the Abyssinian campaign and commanded No. 2 Company Bombay Sappers which did 
exctuent Mnrice on the Senaf^ Pass and the Sooro Defile, and was present at the action of Arogee and capture of 
Maf^dala (Medal). 

" Major C. J. CN. Ferguson served in the New Zealand war of 1861-66, including the actions of Katikara and 
Kartahi(M«dal). Digitized by ^^jOO^li:: 



128 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Engineers. 

**\ Lt.Colonel Warren served during the Bupprcseion of the Kaffir outbreak in 1877-78, tvith local rank of Lieut. 
Colonel, in command of the Diamond Fields Horse, and took part ia several actions (Brevet of Lieutenant Colonel). 
Commanded purt or the Griqualand West Field Force in the Griqua rising in 1878, including numerous engagements 
and sldrmifihes with the natives (several times mentioned in despatches ; commended in the Governor's despatches 
for "energy, ability, and resource displayed under most trying circumstances"). 

•* Mi^jor Crowdy was present in charge of a Detachment of the Royal Engineers at the Naval operations in the 
Btrait of Simonoseki in Japan tram the sth to 3th Sept. 1864, resulting in the capture and destruction of the 
Batteries of the Prince of Negato (mentioned in despatches). 

•s Major W. H. Mulloy served in the New Zealand war in 1864, including the action of Kakaramea (Medal). 

>* Major W. H. Collins served under the Bhootan campaign of 1864-65 in teonomand of a Company of Bebundy 
Sappers and as Assistant Field Engineer, and was severely woimded at the assault and capture of Fort Dalimcote 
(MTedal with Clasp). 

"7 Captain R. F. Morris served in the Abyssinian campaign in command of G Company Madras Sappers and Miners 
(Medal). 

•• Captain B. Harvey commanded the Sappers and Miners with the Left Column of the Lushai Expeditionary 
Force under Brigadier General Bourchier in 1871-72, and was mentioned in despatches as having been "indefatigable 
in pioneering aud driving roads through almost impenetrable forests and along rocky mountain sides " (Medal 
with Clasp). 

^ Captain C. Cunningham served in the Abyssinian campaign as Acting Quarter Master on detached duty at 
Antalo superintending works in that division with Madras Sappers (Medal). 

*^ Captain M. T. Sale served throughout the Bhootan camnai|rn of 1864-65 in command of a Comjiany of Bengal 
Sappers and Miners, and as Assistant Field Engineer (Medal with Clasp) . 

^ Captain T. J. Willans served throughout the Abyssinian campaign; commenced the Survey of the Railway in 
Nov. 1867, remained superintending bridges till ordered to the trout ; present at the action of Arogee and storming 
ct Magdala (mentioned in despatches for services with the Railway Department, Medal). 

** Captain R. A. Sargeaunt served in the Passes during the Abyssinian campaign in charge of Water Supply and 
road repairs (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

^ Captain W. Osboioi served with No. i Company Bombay Sappers in the Abyssinian campaign and performed 
the duties of Adjutant from Jan. to May z868 (Medal). 

*7 Captain T. B. B. Savi commanded the 4th Company of the Bengal Sappers and Miners and served as an 
Assistant Field Engineer with the left Column of the Bhootan Field Force in 1865-66 (Medal with Clasp). 

^^ Captain A. W. Baird served in the Abyssinian campaign as Traffic Manager of the Railway, and vras mentioned 
in despatches for zeal and management in bringing safely and expeditiously troops and baggage for embarkation 
(Medal). 

10a Captain M. S. Bell commanded the Detachment of Sappers and Miners and served as Assistant Field Ezigineer 
with the Right Column Bhootan Field Force in 1865-66, and was present at the seizure of the Monar Bridge (Hedal 
with Clasp) . Commanded the Detachment of Sappers and Miners and served as Assistant Field Engineer throughoot 
the Hazara campaign of 1868,— the forced march of 600 miles made by the Detachment, its services, and the conduct 
of the Officer commanding prominently brought to notice in despatches (Medal with Clasp). Served throughout 
the Ashanti war of 1873-74, including the battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross). 

108 Captain F. W. Heneage commanded the Detachment of Royal Engineers in the Red River Expedition of 1870 
f^om Canada under Sir Garnet Wolseley. 

^^ Captain T. H. Holdich served in 1865-66 on special duty with a Survey Detachment in Bhootan. Served in the 
Abyssinian campaign in 1868 and was engaged in carrying on the Trigonometrical Survey f^om the Coast to 
Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

"• Captain Coaker served as an Assistant Field Engineer, working with the 4th Company Bombay Sappers and 
Miners throughout the Abyssinian campaign (Medal). 

»w Lieut. R. M. Hyslop served with tne Right Column of the Lushai Field Force in the campaign of 1871-72, in 
command of a company of Bengal Sappers and Miners (mentioned in despatches, thanks of Indian and Home 
Governments, Medal with Clasp). 

>** Captain Puzey served in the Abyssinian campaign in charge of the Telegraphs between ZouUa and Antalo. 
" The telegraph worked well and rendered important service ** (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

^** Captain H. Jelqrll served during the Aahanti war in charge of the Telegraph until invalided on the 30th January 
X874 (iMdal). 

iM M^jor North served in the Perak Expedition in 1875. Commanded the Bengal Sappers and Miners in the 
Afghan war of 1878-0 (Brevet of Major). 

M* Lient. Regixiald Clare Hart has been awarded the Silver Medal of the Royal Humane Society ; a Medallion 
f^om the Mayor, in the name of the City of Boulogne ; and a Medal of Honour of the First Class, by the President of 
the French Republic, for saving the life of a Frenchman from drowning in the Harbour of Boulogne-sur-Mor, on 
the 97th July 1869, he himself having received on this occasion several severe wounds of the head and face from 
striking, in a leap from the Pier, some sunken piles or rocks. Served with the Khyber Column in the Afghan 
war f^m Jannaxy to June 2879, first with and Division, attached as a Regimental Officer to the 24th Punjab Native 
Tnf^w tiy, during Uie 2nd Bazaar Expedition against the Zukha Khel Afireedis, and afterwards with the ist Divifiion. 
Was several times employed by the Quarter 3iaster General's Department in making reconnaissances (mentioned 
in Lieat.GreneralSir Frederick Maude's despatch, Victoria Cross). 

us Lieut. G. F. Mann served in the Ashanti war trom. 7th October 1873 until invalided on the 20th January 1874, 
having made the road trom Dunquah to Mansu (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

iinOeat. M. W. Skinner served on the (xold Coast trom the Z4th December 1873 until invalided on the Z2ih January 
1874 (Ashanti Medal). 

iw Lieut. B. W. Cotter served in the Ashanti war of 1873-74, and was present with the rear guard at the defence 
of the post of Quannan (Medal with Clasp). 

m Lieut. H. B. Rich served with the expedition against the Malays in Perak in 1875. 

lu M^jor Richardson served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854 -55 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

lae Miyor Travers served with the ^ist Regiment in the Crimea from 22nd May i8<:5, includmg the siege and faJl of 
Sebastopol, and attacks of the x8th June and 8th September (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



War Services of Royal Engineers (late Bengal Engineers). 

^ Genoral Goodwyn served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-26 (Medal). Also in the Pui^anb cam- 
paign (Medal). 

« Sir William Baker served in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, and was mentioned in despatches for conducting 
General Dick's Division into the entrenchments at Sobraon (Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

* Lord Napier served throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 as Chief Engineer at the battles of Moodkeo 
(horse IdllecO and Ferozeshah (severely wounded, and horse killed), and as Brigade Major of Engineers at the battle 
of Sobraon, and in the subsequent advance on Lahore (mentioned in despatches, Medal and two Clasps, and Bre\'et 
of Mi^or). Appointed in 1846 Chief Engineer to conduct the siege of the hill Fort of Kangra, and received the 
apeoial thanks of Government for his services in the transport of the siege train to that place. Served the Punjaub 
campaign of 1848-49, was Chief Engineer during part of the siege of Mooltan in 1849 (severely wounded), and Com- 



War Sfn-^vlces of lloyal Engineers (late Bengal Engineers)* 128a 

TTianfiing Enficeer of the Rifrht Wing at the battle of Goojerat, and in Sir Walter Gilbert's porsoit of the Sikh Army 
(mentioned. Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Commanded a Column which defeated the Hns- 
smcie tribe on the Black Mountain in Hazara in 1852. Present with the expedition against the Boree Aflreedees in 
iSs^-5:|« iuid received the Bi>ecial thanks of Government (Medal with Clasp). Served thronffhont the Indian motiny 
rampaigna; was Chief of the Staff to Oatram in 1857, and present in the several actions leamng to the first relief of 
Locknow in September — Mnngarwar, Alombagh, and Chiurbagh ; commanded the Troops in the rescue of the siege 
Cnin which had been surrounded and cut off in the suburbs ; the sortie for the capture of Phillip's Garden Battery, 
aad oUker seuarate operations (severely wounded). Present as Chief of the Staff in the latter operations at the 
Ahonba^h after the second relief of Lucknow. Brigadier and Chief Engineer at the siege and capture of Luoknow 
(mentioned, CB.). Commanded a Brigade at the capture of Gwalior. Defeated Tantia Topee at Jonra-AJipore, cap- 
turing 35 gnnB (thanks of Parliament, andJTCB.). When in command of the Gwalior Division bombarded and 
reduced the Fort of Powrie in Aug. 1858. After five days' close pursuit surprised and defeated with a Squadron of 
the 14th Hoaaars Ferose Shah's Force at Ranode (Medal with three Clasps, and a year's service for Lucknow). Com- 
Banded the snd Division of the China Expeditionary Force in the campaign of i860, including the action of Sinho ; 
preeent at Tangku (Division in reserve); with his Division and the whole of the Artillery, in comunction with the 
French Division of General Collineau, conducted the operations ending in the storming of the Iforth Taku Fort ; 
preeent mt the advance upon and surrender of Peldn (tnanks of Parliament, Medal with two Clasps, promoted Major 
General fbr distinguished service, and appointed Military Member of the Council of the Governor General of India). 
Raised to the Peerage in 1868 for his eminent services as Commander in Chief of the Abyssinian Expeditionary 
Force, alao received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, and nominated a GCB. 

* General Becher served the campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan. including the forcing of the Khyber Pass 
{Medal). Sutlei campaign in 1846, and severely wounded at the battle of Sobraon (Medal, and Brevet of Major), 
^eoiioned in despatches for services in operations against the mutineers ou the Hazara Frontier, and in opera- 
tions on the Eusufzai Frontier in 1857 (Civil CB., Medal with Clasp). 

li lieat-General Hutchinson served in the Sutlej campaign (Medal). 

17 H^r General Fraser served in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 (Medal) . Punjaub campaigi^ of 1848-40-, as Ad- 
jTitant of Sappers at the siege of Mooltan and battle of Gomerat (Medal with two Clasps) . Burmese war of 1852-53, 
a&d aceooipani^ the Column under General Steel to Tonghoo (Medal with Claap for Pegu) . 

** Magor General Gcdliver served throughout the operations before Mooltan in 1848-49, including the first siege. 
susntdng of the intrenched positions on 9th and 12th September, and storm of the city— severely wounded (Medal 
•9rtkhClaq>). As a subaltern raised the 24th Punjaub Pioneers and commanded them at theBiesres of Delhi and 
Lacknow, and served also throughout the campaign of 1858-59 in Dude (Medal with two Cla«ips, and Brevet of 
Vajor). 

* Muor General Pollard served in thePnnjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the siege of Mooltan (wounded) , and 
bsttlerf Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps) . 

* CoU^kel Stewart served in the Pui^aub campaign of 1848-49, including the siege of Mooltan, and battle of 
Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Also in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budlekeserai, and 
throQ^oot the siege of Delhi (Medal with Clasp). 

*? jligor General Maunsell served the Pui^jaub campaign of 1848-49, throughout the operations before Mooltan, 
indndn^the first siege, storming of the intrenched positions ou 9th and 12th September, and surrender of the 
(bnras, also surrender of the Fort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps) . In the 
Imtous mutiny campaign commanded Sappers and Miners at the actions on the Hindun, battle of Budlekeserai, and 
tiimigboat the siege of Delhi, directed the right attack during the final operations, and was dangerously wounded 
vbax eoMluctiiig the Colmnn of assault on the I'ahareepore suburb on 14th Sept. 1857. Commanded Sappers at the 
siege and capture of Luoknow, in the Rohilcund campaign at Rooyah, Alygunge, and Bareilly, and at Mitowlee in 
the Oode campaign of 1858-59 (mentioned in despatches. Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, and CB.). 

" Colonel Tennant served at the siege and assault of Delhi, also at the siege and capture of Luoknow (Medal with 
two Claspe, and Brevet of Major) . 

"Colonel Medley served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekeserai, throughout the 
BcgeofDeUd, and severely wounded whilst conducting the storming party at the assault of the Cashmere Breach 
(aMttkmed in despatches). Served with Seaton's Column at the actions of Gungeree, Puttialee, and Mynpoory, and 
tt the siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatches. Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

* Cok)nel Russell served as Brigade Major of Engmeers at the relief of Lucknow by Havelock, and throughout 
tbe subsequent defence of the Residency— wounded (Medal with Clasp, and a year's service). 

" Colonel Williams served as Adjutant of Engineers with the expedition to Pegu in 1852, and was present at 
tbe bombardment and capture of Martaban and Rangoon (slightly wounded), capture of Prome and occupation 
of Meaday (mentioned in despatches for '* gallant conduct," Medal with Clasp). 

" Cokmel Innee served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the defence of the Residency of Lucknow, as 
Txid Engineer with Franks' Division durmg its march through Oude, and greatly distinguished himself in the 
utum at Sultanpore, where " Car in advance of the leading skirmishers, he was the first to secure a gun which the 
eacBv were abandoning ; retiring from this they rallied round another gun further back, from which the shot 
wosdd m another instant have ploughed through our advancing Colunms, when he rode up unsupported, shot the 
fisao- who was about to apply the match, and remaining undaunted at his post, the mark of a hundred matchlock 
aee vho were shcdtored in some adjoining huts, kept the artilleiymen at bay until assistance reached >iiTn *» 
(Tiaaria Croes) . Was afterwards present at the siege and capture of Lucknow— severely wounded (Medal with two 
Cbips, Brevet of Higor, and a year's service) . 

" C^ilonel Chesney was present at the battle of Budleekeserai, and served as Brigade Major of Engineers 
lianoghoat the siege of Delhi and was twice severely wounded at the assault (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
Claip, aod Brevet of Mi^or). 

^ Cotenel Warrand served in the Indian mutiny campaign and was severely wounded at the siege of Delhi— 
trai ■»^«'»^*^*^ (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Miyor) . 

* Cdoel Craster served in the Burmese war of 1852-53, including the taking of Bassein (Medal with Clasp for 

** CokoBfd Brownlow served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekeserai, siege of 
Ddh>--^ charge of the Engineer park during the latter part of the operations, and was severely wounded at the 
aaaaalt; aerved uie Rohilcund campaign (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

"^ C^^ooel Trevor served in the Burmese war of 1852-53, including the operations in the vicinity and capture of 
PfwgrrtTTi (severely wounded), and attack on the Burmese stockades on i^th March 1853— slightly wounded (Medal 
with Cbfp for Pegu). Served on the Bhootan expedition in 1865, — mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Mig'or, and 
awarded the Victoria Cro«8 '* for gallant conduct at the attack on the Block house at Dewangiri " (wounded. Medal 
with Clam). 

" LcColoiMl Limond aerved with Havelock's Force at the relief of Lucknow, and subsequent defence of the Resi- 
dency Qtedal with Clasp, and a year's service). 

" Lt.Ooionel Stanton was reported by Earl Canning to have been actively employed ander the Civil Government 
daring the Indian rebellion. Served also as Staff Officer with the Jaineram Field Force in May 1858, and was present 
at the aflhir of Buraon— mentioned in despatch (Modal) . 

u Lx.ColoneI Perkina served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekeserai and siege of 
Delhi-woimded (Medal with Clasp). 

* TAf>)ipm>i Lang served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekeserai, and throughout 
the siege of Delhi— conducted the atorming partv to the escalade of the Cashmere Bastion ; with Greathed's Column 
at the •etxms of Bolundshuhur, Alyghur, and Agra, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battles of Cawnpore and 
Ehodannge, siege and capture of Lucknow, (mentioned in despatches. Medal with three Clasps). 

* LtAMooel Thomason served in the Indian mutiny campaign.inoluding the battle of Budleekeserai, and through- 
c at tha ikge and capture of Delhi (Medal with Clasp) . 

** ^-^^Vrmt' George Newznarch served as Assistant Field Engineer in constructing the defences of Meerut from 
Hay to Bnt. 1B57 ; afterwards in command of a Detachment of Sappers and four field guns in the Seharunpore 
■in11tf<WMlimiHniii illiiliitils under Colonel J. Brind, assisted in the operations against the Rohilcund rebels, and in 
thedl««hiyaietoimof Moeraapore (Medall. Digitized by VjOO^I^ 



^286 War Sei-vlces of Uoyal Engineers (late Bengal Engineers). 

*« LtColonel Champain served in the Indian mutiny campaign as Adjutant of the Ben^l Sappers at the actions on 
the Hindun, battle of Budleekeserai, and throughout the siege and capture of Delhi (wounded) ; commanded Head 
Quarters' Detachment of Sappers at tlie taking of Futtehpore Silcree, and in the Agra district under Ck>lonel Cotton 5 
served as Adjutant at the siege and capture of Lucknow ; was specially employed under Brigadier Douglas in tb.e 
Gaseepore and Shahabad districts, present at the final capture of Jugdespore, and at the pursuit of the rebels to the 
Kymore Hills (Medal with two Clasps). 

*7 Lt. Colonel Pemberton served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the battle of Budleekeserai, throuf^lioat 
the siege of Delhi, and accompanied the storming party at the assault of the Water Bastion — slightly wounded ; luid 
charge of the Engineer Park nt the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps) . 

*• Lt. Colonel Jeffreys served with General Jones's Force in the Rohilcund campaign in 1858 (Medal). 
>o Lt. Colonel Ward served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the action on the Hindun. battle of Bud- 
leekeserai, and throughout the siege of Delhi, actions of Gungerec, Puttialee, and Mynpoory, siege and capture of 
Lucknow ; throughout the Rohilcund campaign, including the attack on Fort Rooyan, action of Alygnnge, &nd 
capture of Bareilly ; served also in the Oudo campaign of 1858-59 (Medal with two Clasps). 

" M^jor Thackeray served in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the actions on the Hindun, battle of Bnd- 
leekeserai, throughout the siege of Delhi, and obtained the v ictoria Cross for distinguished conduct at the defence of 
the Magazine during the fighting in the town ; afterwards present at the actions of Gungeree, Puttialee, and 
Mynpoory, siege and capture of Lucknow, throughout the Rohilcund campaign, including the attack on Port 
Rooyah, action of Aly gunge, and capture of Bareilly; served albo the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (Medal witli two 
Clasps). 

" Major Forbes served in the Indian mutiny, including the action on the Hindun, battle of Budleekeserai, 
throughout the siege of Delhi, actions of Bolundshuhur, Alyghur, and Agra, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle 
of Cawnpore, relief of Futtehghur, siege and capture of Lucknow (wounded), attack on Fort Rooyah, action of 
Allygunge, and capture of Bareilly (Medal with three Clasps). 

" Major Judge served with Havelock's Force in the actions on his advance to Lucknow ; was present throns^li- 
out Outram's occupation of the Alumbagh; also throughout the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with two 
Olaaps, and a years service) . 

M Mtyor R. G. Smyth served in the Indian mutiny campaign, and was present at the final siege and capture of 
Lucknow in 1858 (Medal with Clasp). 

»* Mainr Moncriefl* served in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (Medal) . 

M Major Holmes served in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (Medal). Served as Field Engineer with the Haaara 
Field Force in 1868 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

^7 Lt.Colonel Blair was engaged ia suppressing the mutiny at Mooltan in August 1857. Served with the Ensol^ai 
Field Force in 1861 and was present in the action at the Umbcyla Pass and burning of Lalloo (Medal with Claap). 
Served also with the Column^against the Gaddoon tribe in 1864 including the burning of Mundee. 

*■ Major St. John served in the Abyssinian campaign as Director of Telegraphs. *' The telegraph worked well 
and rendered important service " (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

** Major Carter served in the Sikkim expedition, India, under Colonel Gawlor in z86i (mentioned in despatches 
and thanked by the Government of India) . Served throughout the campaign of 1863 against the Boneyrs and other 
Affghan tribes, including the storm and recapture of the Craig Piquet and XTmbeyla, and destruction of Molkah 
(mentioned in despatches, MediU with Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian campaign as Director of the Trigono- 
metrical Survey, and was mentioned in despatches as having " by the most strenuous exertions (together wiui his 
Assistants Lieuts. Diimmuler and Holdich), and at a cost of great fatigue and privations, succeed^ in anrvoyinfr 
nearly 6,000 square miles, and carried their work from the coast to Magdala" (Medal). 

*^ Captain Pierson served in the Sikkim expedition, India, under Colonel Gawler in z86i (mentioned in 
despatches, and thanked by the Government of India). 

^ Captain Broadfoot served as Assistant Field Engineer *with the Hazara Field Force in 1868 (Medal with 
Clasp). 

^ Captain Heaviside served as Assistant Field Engineer in the Bhootan campaign of 1864-5 f Medal with Claap). 

M Captain Clarke served in the Abyssinian campaign in the Water Supply Department from Senafif to Addi^exnit 
and performed excellent service (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

*> Captain J. A. Armstrong served with the Hrtzara Field Force as Assistant Field Engineer throughout the opera* 
tions of 186S ; had cluirge of the Field Telegraph and was mentioned in General Wilde's despatch for having rapidl v 
constructed and worked the Telegraph Line (Medal with Claap). 



War Services of Royal Engineers {late Madras Engineers), 
' Sir Arthur Thomas Cotton served throughout the Burmese war of 1824-26 under Sir Archibald Campbell, and 
was present at the capture of Rangoon, reconnoitring in gunboats and jungle fighting near Kemundine, attack of 
stockades and Pagoda of Syriam, capture of Mergui and Tavoy, defence of the Lines at Rangoon and attack of the 
left flank of the Burmese Entrenchments, attack of the Stockade of Kokein, siege and capture of Donabew, attack of 
Shan Stockades and of stockades on the left bank of the Irrawaddy near Prome, capture of Melloon and jangle 
fight at Paghanunew which terminated the war (Medal with Clasp). 

• Colonel Sankey served in the Indian mutiny campaigns of 1857-58, and was present at the operations at 
Cawnpore under General Windham, siege and capture of Lucknow (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

* Colonel Mullins in the second Burmese war as Senior Engineer Officer, and commanding the Detachment or 
Sappers and Miners with the force under Brigadier General Cheape, employed against the Chief Myah Toon in tho 
vicinity of Donabew, in February and March 1853. 

10 Colonel Rogers served in the second Burmese war. 

1^ Colonel Stewart commanded the Madras Sappers throughout the Chinese campaign of z86o, and was present 
at the action of Sinho, capture of Tangchow and of the Taku Forts, action of Palichau, and subsequent opeiations 
ending in the surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

" Lt. Colonel Chrystie served with the Abyssinian Expeditionary Force in x868, as Field Engineer at Zoulla dnrine- 
January, at Senaf^ in February, and subsequently as Field Engineer at Addigeratin constructing the entrenchments 
at that post (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

1' Colonel H. N. D. Prendergast served with the Madras Sappers and Miners in Persia in 1857, and was present 
at the bombardment of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp). Served as Assistant Field Engineer with the Malwa F^eld 
Force in 1857, and with the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1858, took part in the sieges of Dhar 
Ratghur, Groratote, and Jhansi, was present at nearly all the battles and minor afikirs of the above forces till the 
capture of Calpee (Medal with Cla^p, and Brevet of Major). Received the Victoria Cross for distinguished bravery 
xst at the battle of Mimdesore (severely wounded) , and at the battle of the Beena near Ratghur (horse shot) , 3rd a t 
the battle of Betwa (severely wounded). Commanded the Detachment of three Companies of Madras Sappers 
and Miners in Abyssinia, was Field Engineer during the advance, and was present at the action before Magdala 
(mentioned in despatches as having "rendered singularly valuable and important services," Brevet of Lt.Colonel 
and Medal). 

>« Lt-Colonel Howes served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, and was present at tho aShirs of Jheegnns- 
and Kubral, battle of Banda, relief of Kirwee, and attack of the Heights of Punwarree (Medal). 

IS Lt. Colonel Lindsay served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, and was present at the aflfkirs of JheegtLncf 
and Kubrai, battle of Banda, relief of Kirwee, and in the Reserve during the storm of the Heights of PnnwaxM 
(Medal). 

»• Lt.Colonel Burton served in thelndian mutiny campaign of 1857-58, and was present at tho relief of Lucknow "by- 
Lord Clyde (horse shot), at the occupation of the Alumbagh bv Outram's Force, and at the siege and capture of 
Lucknow (Modal with two Clasps, and one year's extra service). Digitized by ' ~ 



War Services of Boyal Engineers (late Madras Engineers). I28« 

^ yUi^ Traill served throughout the Chinese campaign of x86o, was present at the action of Sinho, capture of 
TkBgfco, and engaged with the storming party at the fall of the Taku Forts ; afterwards had charge of the demolition 
of the forts on the sonth side of the Peiho (Medal with Clasp) . 

" M^'or Fllgate served as Assistant Field Engineer throughout the Chinese campaign of i860, and was present 
St the action of Sinho, captures of Tangku and the Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekm (Medal with two Clasps). 

*> 3I^or Pennycuiok served in the Abjrssinian campaign in command of H Companv Madras Sappers (Medal) . 

^ LLColonel Sim served with the Kohat expedition of 1869 under Colonel Kyes, and was mentioned in despiUches 
and thanked by the Qovemment of India. . , , , 

^ Msjor Pennefather served as Assistant Engineer in the Abyssinian expedition during the whole campai^ of 
iS^^^^. Services brou^cht to the especial notioe of Sir Robert Napier by the Oommanding Eoyal Engineer (mentiomed 
ia despatches. Medal). 



War Services of Royal Engineers {late Bombay Engineers), 

' General Goodfollow served in the exi>edition against Kolapore in 1837. 

* General Turner served in the expedition against Kolapore in 1827. 

■ M^or (General Walker served throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 as Field Engineer and was present at 
the siege and surrender of Mooltan, the battle of Goojerat, and the subsequent pursuit of the Sikhs and Affghans 
(Medal with two Clasps). For five years (1849-53) he was employed in making a military survey of the Northern 
Tnas Indus Frontier, firom Peshawur down to Derah IshmailKhan, during which he served as Field Engineer in 
Qsay of the encounters with the Hill Tribes on the Frontier ; at the attacks of Suggow, Pulli, and Zormundi, under 
Colonel Biadshaw ; in the afthir of the Kohat Pass, under Sir Charles Napier ; in the actions of Pnmgsai, Nowa- 
dand, Shahkote, and Raneeaai, under Sir Colin Campbell ; the attack of ^ree under Colonel Boileau ; and subse- 
^untly, in x86o, in the expedition against the Mahsood Wuzeerees. under Sir Neville Chamberlain (Medal with 
CIsBp). In 1857, during the mutinv of the Bengal Army, he was at first attached to the StaflT of Brigadier General 
KenOe Chamberlain when that officer was commanding the Punjaub Movable Column, and subsequently acoom- 
paawd him to Delhi, where he was also employed during the siege as Field Engineer, and was severely wounded 
(Brevet of Mi^or, Medal with Clasp). 

* Xsior General Puller served in the Punjaub campai^ of 1848-49, including the siege and surrender of Mooltan, 

sfid was leverely wounded by the explosion of a magazme in the town (Medal with Clasp) . 

** liesL General Wilkins served with the Field Force from Aden against the Arabs in 1858, and was present at the 
stonniog of the village and Fort of Sheik Othman. Served with the reconnoitiing party and in command of the 
Boysi Kngineers throughout the Abyssinian campaign (mentioned in despatches for '' invaluable and important 
aervieas daring the expedition," Aide de Camp to the Queen, and Colonel, Medal). 
'* Colonel Merriman served with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1856-57, and was present at the storming of 
hire, eapcore of Bushire, and battle of Khooshab (Medal with Clasp). 



^* Cokmei W. W. GoodfeUow served with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1856-57, and was present at the capture 
or Boshire, battle of Khooshab, and capture of Mohumrah (Medal with Clasp) . Served as Executive Engineer with 
the AhysarniaTi Bxpeditionax^ Force at ZouUa from the first landing of the Reconnoitring Party tUl the end of 1867, 
St desnfi during Januaxy x868, from that time to the doie of the campaign as Senior Engineer of the Force which 
■ tS TCh ed on Magdala ; present at the action of Arogee and storming of Magdala (mentioned in despatches as havinc 
** displayed great intelligence and activity in everything throughout the operations," Brevet of Msjor, CB,^ ana 
Hsdal). 

^ Colonel Htfhoock served with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 3856-^7, and waspresent at the storming tf 
Ra s hi re, captnre of Bushire, battle of Khooshab, and capture of Mohumrah (Medal with CHasp) . 

'* LLCokmel Greig served with the Field Force from Aaen against the Arabs in 1858, and was present at the storming 
sf the village and Fort of Sheik Othman. Served as a Field Engineer with the Abyssinian Expeditionary Force in 
i368 m chsirge of the Engineer Park, having organized the Park at Bombay and despatched it to Zoulla (mentioned 
IS dcspatehee. Medal). 

^ Colonel J. Le Hesurler served with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1856-57, including the storming of 
Eaihire, captnze of Bushire, and battle of Khooshab (Medal with Clasp) . 

" LLColonel Haig served with the Persian Expeditionair Force in 1857, and was present at the battle of Khooshab 
SB&eHMze of Mohnmra (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Indian muthiy campaign in 1858, including the siege 
sad ansalt of Kotah (Medal) . Was Assistant Field Engineer with the Okamundel iTeld Force in 1859. 

^ U.Colonel Hills served with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 1857, and was present at the capture of Mohumra 
niedsl with Clasp). Served with the Abyssinian Expeditionary Force as Field Engineer at Koomc^lesi, the 
ls7g««stciing poet at the foot of the mountains, constructing wells and other works there; also served as Field 
fcgTwer at SenisfiA (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

■^ Cokmei Bonus served in the Indian mutinv campaign in 1857-58, including the siege and capture of Ratghnr, 
espniTe of Garrakota, action at the Pass of Maddenpore, siege and storm of Jhansi (wounded), storm of Lohari 
acaoos oCKoonch and Mnttra, battle of Galowlee, capture of Galpee, action of Morar, and battle before and capture 
of Gfwaliar (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

" LtOokmel C. A. Goodfellow served with the Central India Field Force in 1857-58, and waspresent at the siegeand 
cspton oCBstghnr, capture of Garrakota, siege and storm of Jhansi (Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross) . Wss 
AsBHaat fteld Engineer with the Okamundeland Eoatywar Field Force in 1859. Served as Brigade Mi^or of Boya 
Csfissat vith the Abvssinian Expeditionary Force throughout the caxnpaign (mentioned in despatuies for the 
** eflkicat Banner in which he carried on the duties of his appointment," K^vet of Mi^or, and Medal) . 

* lAGolonel Gambler served in the Indian mutiny campai^ in 1858, and was present at the assault of Kotah, anA 
ui the SBgsffements with the Owalior mutineers between Sanganeer and Bheelwarra, and at Kotharia (Medal). 

** Mi^^ Bedlbrd was present at the operations against Morar Cantonment and the Fort of Gwalior. 

"Maj or Merewether seired as Assistant Field Engineer with the Okamundel Field Force in 1859. * Served in the 
AbjBainian campaign on detached duty at Koomnrlee in surveying and constructing earthworks for the railway 
also as A4iiitant ^Bombay Sappers and Miners (Medal) . 

*M<i or Smith served as an Assistant Field Engineer with the Okamundel Field Force in 1859. Served with the 
Abpaiiuaa Expeditionary Force, and had charge of the survey and works proposed and partly executed in connec- 
Mobl with the sopply of water to Zoulla from Koomeylee, 12 miles (Medal) . 

J' Hsior A. Le Messnrier served as Assistant Field Engineer with the Okamundel Field Force in 1859. Served in 
the AbTSBnian campaign as head of the Water Supply Departments to the Army. Organized the watering arrange- 
BSBts St saeh post and accompanied the advanced force to Magdala ; present at the action of Arogee, and amongst 
the lr« who entered Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Medid) . 

' ' - - -s "■ landed with the first Reconnoitring Party, 

Force as Engineer in charge of working 
L capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, 

* Ifj^at Lee served in the Abyssinian campaign as Assistant Field Engineer at Zoulla during the latter months 
« the onpsign, and ouxied oat raocessftilly many important works there (mentioned in despatches. Medal) 



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^ Grenadier Guards. 

Lnr<niLL«»» "Co«T7inrA»* "Bjlmoba" "Pbjtimula" "Wjlmmoo" "Atici" "IimsiLur" " SiTABforoi." 

^P^.'oolOBel.— JSTif J2«yaZ £^Am*« George W. F. C. Duks o/Cunlnridee.i JT^. iTP. GCJ9. GCMQ. Colonsl, ? Nor. 
Pay 37 1 Jlf^WO*" Ch«neral* 7 Mav 45 ; iMut. QenercU, 19 June 54 ; (?«Mra^x5 July s6 ; -yii«W Jforttoi^gKoT. 63; Col&uel 
-^^ of the Grenadier Guards, 15 Dec. 6t. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— z Bdwyn Sherard Bnmaby,? Sntign 4r Zt. '3 Nov. 46 ; Xf . 4- Caj^. '37 Hay 53 ; 
JB*. Jfq/or, a Nov. 55; Cop*. ^ i<.Coi<m««, 'iB Dec. 57 ; Colonel, 27 Dec. 69; Jfdvor, s8 April 75; X/. 
CotoiMl, X Oct. 77. 
Xajors.— 3 Charles Napier Stnrt," Sn»iffn ^ Lt. '14 Feb. 51 ; X<. ^ Capt, 6 Nov. 54 ; Capt.4' Lt.CoUmtH, »2S 

Dec. 60 ; Colonel^ 9 Sept. 76 ; Major, 15 Sept. 77. 
I William Earle,i» CW/. ; Jfiw^ii, » 17. Oct. 51 ; X<. 6 Juno S4J 0»P*. 'x6 Feb. 55; Ciapt 4r Lt.CoUmtl, 

Zt. 4r Capt. 'i7July 57; Capt. 4- Zi.Col. 

X9 Deo. 54 ; Zt. 4r Capt. ^28 Aog. 57 ; 
dapt. 4- Lt.Colontl, '14 June 64; 0»{oi»«Z, 4 June 77. 
3 Phil^ Smith, En9. 4 Zt. 19 Jan. 55 ; Zt. 4 Capt. '35 June 58; Capt. 4r Zt. Colonel, '39 May 67; Colonel, 
IS Dec. 76. 



'13 June 68. 

3 Edward Smith Bridges, JEneign 4 1^- '4 Apr. 56 ; Zt. 4- Capt. 31 Aug. 60 ; Capt. 4 Zt.CoUmel, *g Oct. 69. 
Edward G. H. Viee. Hinchinbroke, MP. for Huntingdon ; JBneign4Zt. »i8 Dec. 57 i Zt. 4 Capt. »i6 May 62 ; 

^'£l' #* -^'- ^^^' '^ ^^y 7^' 
. jr<m.WiUiamSholtoDoafflaeHome,JE!iM.^X^.i'3i Sept.6o;X<.^Cap^'33Jane63 ; Capt.4Zt.Col.*jKjPeb.7t. 
3 p.t.e. Henry Blundell HollinBhead Blundell, A$$i»tant Adjutant 4 Quarter Master General, Sowte iHetriet ; 
Eneigu, 30 Mar. 55 ; Zieut. ^31 Aug. 55 ; Captain, '7 Nov. 62 ; Cop^ 4 Zt.Col. '5 April 71. 
ZTon. Edward George Percy Littleton, JEneign 4 Zt. '23 July 61 ; Zt. 4 Capt. '34 Jan. 65 ; Capt. 4- Zt. Col. 
P14 Oct. 71. 




67 ; Capt. 4 Zt. Col. 4 Dec. 73. 
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Mar. 73. 
Jan. 76. 
June 6x: 



X Reginald Thomas Thynne, 

1 Charles Seymour Corkra: 

2 David Maitland Makgill 

Capt.^ 8 May 67 J Capt. 4 Zt. Colonel, 26 Feb. 76. 
2 Henry Wellesley, MP. for Andover; Ene. 4 Zt.^i6 May 65; Zt.4Capt.^j Aug. 68 ; Capt.4Zt.C0l. x Apr. 76. 
2 Robert Frederick Balfour, Ent. 4 Zt. ^g Aug. 65 ; Zt. 4 Capt. Px7 Feb. 69; Capt. 4 Zt.Col. X2 Aug. 76. 

2 Hon. Charles Gathome Gathome-Hardy, En$. ^26 Oct. 60; Id. 1*30 Dec. 64; Zt. 4 Capt. '17 April 69; Ozjif.^ 

Zt.Colonel. 12 Aug. 76. 

3 Cecil John Hubbard, Ene. JrZt. '6 Feb. 66 ; Xf. ^ Capt. '17 April 69 ; Capt, 4 Zt.Col. 27 Sept. 76. 
Charles Birch Reynardson, Ene.4Zt. »io July 66; X^ 4 Capt. 'x8 Aug. 69; Capt.4Zt.C0l.27 Sept. 76. 
Laurence James Oliphant, Ene. 4 Zt. 1*17 Oct. 66 ; Zt. 4 Capt. P39 Dec. 69 ; Capi. 4 Zt.Col. 9 Dec. 76. 

3 p.t.e. Son. George Patrick Hyde Villiers, Viee Qmenl in Anatolia -, Ene. 4 Zt. '6 Mar. 67; Xf.^ Capt, 
'19 Feb. 70; Capt. 4 Zt.Colonel, 15 Sept. 77. 

2 Xord Algernon Charles Gordon-Lennox, Cor. 4 Sub Zt. 'ix Jan. 67 ; Em, 4 Zt. '29 May 67 ; Zi. 4- Capt, 

'23 Mar. 70; Capt. 4 Zt.Colonel, x Oct. 77. 

3 Herbert Francis Eaton. Ent. 4 Zt. ^29 May 67 j Zt. 4 Cant. '9 April 70; Capt. 4 Zt.Colonel, 3 Mar. 7S. 
2 Charles James Cotes, Ene. 4 Zt. ^ Aug. 67 : Zt. 4 Capt. 1^8 June 70; Capt. 4 Zt.Colonel. 21 Aiig^.78. 

2 William Slaney Kenyon-Slaney,l?«. 4 ■^*- 20 Nov.6j : X^.^Oap*. xo July 70 ; Capt. 4 Zt.Col. 8 ^pt. 78. 
x p.t.e. Hon. Everard Henry Primrose, MUitarg Attaehe at Vienna; Ene. 4 Zt.^ix April 68; Xf. 4 Capt. 

2X Aug. 70; Cypt. 4 Zt.Colonel, 14 Dec. 78. • 

X Arthur Charles Wellesley, Ene. 4 Zt. 'i 

3 Ambrose Ayshford '" 

2 Edmund Antrobus, 

3 Horace Ricardo. Ene. ^ 
X Charles Robert Rowley 

Patrick David Boyle, ^<". • 
Capt. 4 Zt. Col, i; Oct. 79. 




LtMJJTMK JLim AXT> CJLPTAIirS. 

Hon. Alexander William Frederick Fraser, MaeterqfSalUmn 

George Algernon Percy 

Ralph Leeke 

William Henry Mackinnon, Adjutant 26 July 76 

Hon. Everard Charles Digby 

Villiers Hatton, Jnetruetor ofMueleetry 23 Feb. 74 

Henry Edward Colvile, Inetruetor ofMueketrg 17 Jan. 77 

Ivor John Caradoo Herbert 

Harry Walter Musgrave Bonham 



'29 Dec. 69 

^^33 June 69 P16 Mar. 70 

1*^23 Mar. 70 

1 1*22 June 70 

'*24June 70 

'27 Aug. 70 

' X Oct. 70 

^ S Nov. 70 

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LuunvAim. 

Thomas Wood 

Eyre Macdonnell Stewart Orabbe, Inet. of Muekeirg 5 April 79 

James Foster 

Hon. Frederick William Stopford, Adjutant xs Aug. 77 

XTm. Rupert Clement George Carington 

Henry Ghaloner Smith 

William Dent Mountioy Cecil Phillips Farrer 

Hon. Charles Robert William Colville,Jra«f«r o/CoMUe 

Zord Algernon Malcolm Arthur Percy ,^4;Ktoft^ xo Nov. 77 

Francis CeoU Ricardo 

Harry James Craufhrd 

John Thomas, Zord Manners 



x Charles William Sydney, FIteowiiJ'Newark , 

3 Henry Paulet St. John Mildmay 

3 Lewis Vivian Loyd 

3 John Hunter Reynolds 

I Francis Lloyd 

3 Josceline FitsRoy Bagot 

X William Arthur ince Anderton 

3 Alexander Fownes Luttrell 

3 Hon. Harry Tyrwhitt Wilson 

I Cecil Francis William Fane 



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39 Mar. 73 
3 Nov. 73 

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34 July 74 

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Fnocis Oeorffe, Fw«w»f Baring 

Alexander Poller Ackland-Hood 

Henry Streatfeild 

Malcolm Dmmmond 

Robert Hamond Elires 

Lord William CecO 

Charlen William Daly 

Hon. George FitzRoy Henxy Somerset.. 

Edward Cnarles Ellice 

Arthor Henry Thistlethwayte 

Edward Brooke 

John Lealie 

Edward Master Lipson Inman 



Sbcoitd JjixumAsn, 

2 Francis Charles Trollope 

3 George Devereux de Vere, Lord Capel 

3 Harry Ralph Lonsdale Holden 

3 Sir Jamee Hamlyn WiUiams-Drmnniond, JSart.. 

X John Warrender 

3 Sou, William Brownlow 

X Henry Goulbum 

3 Hon. Henry Frederick White 

3 Bavid Alexander Kinloch 

1 John Townshend St. Aabyn 

3 Gilbert Iieffh 

t Robert Gordon Wolrige-Grordon 

2 Lord Herbrand Arthor Bossell 

I Hoffh Coleridge Downing Kennard 

1 Lionel George Henry D^Aguilar 

3 Ronald Craufurd Monro Fergoson 

3 Hon. William David Mnrray 

2 Francis George Higginson 

Robert Scott-Kerr 



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-3 Edward Bassindale. 2-^ Jan. 64. 
X Edward Humphreys, 14 April 75. 



3 William Leedmg, 13 Nov. 75. 
SvTffeon Major. — x Arthur Guy Elkington,*^ A.a. u Mar. 53 ; Surgeon, 30 Oct. 66 ; Surgton Major, 4 Jan. 71. 
Battalion Surgeons. (3 Henrj' John Hughes Lawrence," A.S. 24 Feb. 54 ; Surgeon, 30 Oct. 66, 

Surgeon* Major. \ a Francis Bramley Baker, A.S. 3 Mar. 54 ; Surgeon, 4 Jan. 71. 
Surgeon:— X William Henry Pickibrd, MB. AaeUtant Surgeon, 19 Feb. 58. 
3 Albert Luis Femandes, AMtietant Surgeon, 2 Oct. 66. 
6 < ... 3 Charles Edward Harrison, 30 Sept. 74. 

9 1 .,. X Goorge Ballingall Stuart, MB. x April 71. 

5o2ieMor.— William James Farrer, 24 Jan. 65. 
ii< BaHaliou returned from Canada, Sept. 1864. and Battalion retumedfrom Canada, 3a Oot. 1843. 
Srd Battalion returned f^rom the Crimea, June 1856. 
F'oeinge BUie.—Agente, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

' The Boke of Cambridge commanded the ist Division of the Eastern Army throughout the campaign of 1854, in- 
tl-tdias the batttoa of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkorman (horse shot), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four 
Cuss, and Tvrkiah Medal). 

* tolonel Bumaby served in the Eastern campaign ftrom Nov. 1854 up to sSth July 185^, including the battle 
cf bkerman and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Glass of the Mediidie, and Turk- 
ish Vedal). 

^ Ootonel Start served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inker- 
Ba Uarerely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th 
Cte of the Mediidie). 

» Colonel Earle served with the 49th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
laalesofAbnaandliikennan, siege of Sebastopol, sortie of 26th Oct., and assault of the Redan on x8th June 
(Hedal with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

» Coiooel Daviea served in the Royal Navy in the Burmese war (Medal). Also in the Baltic in the BuBsian 
•wOCedal). 

" SBifeoai Mi^o'' i^lkingtcn and Lawrence.— For War Seivices see " Medical Department.** 



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Coldstream Guards. 



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LieutenanVCoIonel.— 3' Arthur James Lyon-Fremantle. En». 10 Dec. 52 ; i'»*«. Jr X'. '29 Apr. 53 ; Lt. 4- Caj>t. 
' Lt.Col. P20 April 60 ; Colonel, 6 Sept. 71 ; Major, 28 April 75 ; Lt. Colonel, 5 Sept. 77- 



Colonel.— 5«V William John Codrinpton." GCB. Ensipn, ^32 Feb. 21 ; ^.- ., _. . _, -^ ^ • ^ , 

P20 July 26 ; Ca/»< ^ Lt. Colonel, H July 36 ; Colonel, 9 Nov. 46 ; Ifa/or General, 20 June 54 ; lAeut. General, 
6 June 54 ; General, 27 July 63 ; Colonel Coldstream Guards, 16 March 75. 



Capt.J^Lt.Co!. 
'. 4- Capt. '13 Feb. 56 ; Capt. 4- Lt.Colonel, '30 Oct. 66 



6 Nov. 54: Capt. d- J , ... . , 

Xigori.— 2 Geo. Robert FitzRoy,' SHb Lt. P23 Nov. 49 j Lt. '8 April 53 ; Capt. 29 Dec. 54 ; 
'28 July_63 ; Colonel, 8 April 77 ; Major, 5 Sept. 77 . 

1 Julian Hamilton Hall.^' Ens. 4r Lt. '2 Aug. 54 ; Lt. t 
Major 4 Colonel, 29 Sept. 77. 

Captains and LtColoneU.— i Godfrey James Wigram," En». 4 ^i- '3 Aug. 34 ; Lt.4r Capt. P14 Feb. 5^ . 
Capt. 4r Lt.Col<mel, I'm Dec. 66. 

2 Arthur Lambton," En». 4 Lt. P4 Aug. 54; Lt.f Capt. '15 Feb. 56 ; Capt. 4- Lt.Colonel, »i8 Jan. 67. 

I LordVfm. Fred. Ernest Seymour," Auietant Adjutant and Quarter Maeter General, Alderekot ; Em. 4" Lt. 
18 Jan. 55; Lt. 4r Capt. 'isMay 59; Capt. 4 Lt.Col. '23 Oct. 67. 

1 Edw. Strelley Pegge Bumell. En*. 4 Lt. ^i^ Feb. 55 ; Lt. 4 Capt. '20 Dec. 59 ; Capt. 4 Lt.Col. ^23 Jan. tb. 
t VitjiRoy yfm.Yrerna,nt\&,^^ Au'iKtant Military Secretary, Canada; Ens. '14 July 54; Lt. 22 Dec. 54! Copt. 

P24 Nov. 57 ; Capt. 4 Lt.Cohnel, '16 Mar._7o. 

2 Fred. Cha. Manningham-Buller, Ent. 4 Lt. '30 Nov. 55 ; Lt. 4 Capt. 13 Dec. 60 ; Capt. 4Lt.Col. '30 Mar. 70. 
2 Geo. Jon FitzRoy Smyth, £«*. '3 June 59 ; Lt. P20 April 60 ; Capt. ^23 Mar. 66 ; Capt. 4 i/.Coi.»'25Mar.7i. 

1 Henry Robt. Ejrre, Ene, 4 July 60 ; Ent. 4 Lt. 4 Jan. 6i ; Lt. 4 Capt. '21 June 66 ; Capt. 4 Lt.Col. 14 Auf?. 72- 

2 John Barton Sterling.^iM. '5 Nov.61: Jfii«.<f-ie.P3i Dec.6i; i/.^ Capt. '20 July 66; Capt.jr Lt.Col. 5 July 73- 
2 Charles Dashwood Thomas. En». 4 Lt. '19 Dec. 62 ; Lt. 4 Capt. ''3 Aug. 66 ; Capt. 4 Lt.Col. lo Nov. 73- 

I John R. Wm. Lord de Vesci. EnM. 4 Lt. ^12 June 63 ; Lt. 4 Capt. P14 Aug. 66; Capt. 4 Lt.Col. 15 April 74. 

1 Hon. Frederick Arthur Wellesley, Aidede Camp to the Queen; Ent. '24 Mar. 63; En$. 4 Lt. 'ii Aug. oj ; 
Lt. 4 Capt. P3oOct. 66 ; Capt. 4 Lt.Col. 28 April 75 ; Colonel, 23 Jan. 78. 

2 Rich. Spencer Hall. En9ign,f2s May 60 ; Lt. ''29 May 63 ; Lt. 4 Capt. *»i8 Jan. 67 ; Capt. f Lt. Col. 7 Aug. 75. 
2 Wm. JohnFreschvilleRamsden, Ens. 4 Lt. ''28 Oct. 64 ; Lt. 4 Capt. »8 May 67 ; Capt. 4 Lt.Col. 1 Sept 75 
2 ITon. Edw. Arch. Frabazon Ache«)nJSiM.4-i/. »'i6 May 65 ; Lt. 4 Capt.^21 Oct. 67 ; Capt.4Lt.C0l. 18 Dec. 75. 
2 Hon. Edward Henry Trafalgar Digby, MP. for Dorset ; Ene. 4 Lt. ^23 Mar. 66 j i^ ^ Capt. ^23 Mar. a ; 

Capt. ir Lt. Colonel, 5 Sept. 77. 

1 Hon. Henry William Lowry Corry, MP. for Tyrone; Ent. 4 Lt. '20 July 66; Lt.4 Capt. '2 Sept. Ci; 
Capt. 4 Lt. Colonel, 29 Sept. 77. 

2 Robert William Webb FoUett, Ent. A Lt. '21 July 66 ; if . ^ Capt. PI7 Feb. 69 ; Capt. 4 Lt.Col. 29 Sept. 77 
I Hon. Evelyn Edward Thomas Boscawen. Attutant Military Secretary in Ireland; Ent. 4 Lt. '22 July U ; 

Lt. 4 Capt. *s Mar. 70 ; Capt. 4 Lt.Colonel, 16 Feb. 78. 
I WaUer Philip Otway, Ent. 4 Lt. '14 Aug. 66; Lt. 4- Capt. P30 Mar. 70; Capt. 4 Lt.Colonel, 4 June 78. 
I Hervey Juckes Lloyd Bruce, Ent. '25 Feb. 62; int. 4r tt. »*22 Nov. 64; Lt. 4 Capt. P30 Mar. 70; 

Capt. 4r Lt. Colonel, 34 Aug. 78. 
I Amelius Richard Mark Lockwood. Ent. 4 Lt. 'i i Dec. 66 ; Lt. J- Capt. Pi8 May 70 ; Capt. 4r Lt. Col. 5 Oct. j f. 



LlXUTXHA.irT8 A.VD CA.PTAXir8. 

2 Hon. George Aubrey Vere Bertie 

1 Francis Aylmer Graves-Sawle. Aide de Camp to Sir John Michel .. 

2 Augustus Heniy Macdonald Moreton 

1 Reginald Pole-Carew, Extra Aide de Camp to the Viceroy of India.. 

2 James Gordon Henry Graham Montgomery 

1 Cyril Dudley Fortescue 

2 Francis Capel Manley 

2 Lionel Dudley Mackinnon, Inttructor ofMutketry 20 Feb. 77 

I Henry Augustus Wetherall 



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"•14 Oct. 68" 3 May v 

"20 June 681 P25 Nov. 68 ' 7 Oct. ;' 

I'i7 Feb. 69IP31 Oct. 7' 

•*i2 May 69I 14 Aug. li 

I Pi 3 May 69I 25 June 73 

~ " 5 July 73 

19 Nov. 73 

6 Jan. 74 

1 Mar. Vi 



2 Sept. 68 



LixvTXirA.irT8. 

1 Vesey John Dawson. Aide de Camp to Major General Higginton.. 

2 Hon. Eustace Henry Dawnay 

2 ITcm. Henrv Power Charles Stanley Monck 

2 Lord Douglas William Cope Gordon, MP. for Wett Aherdeenthire 

1 Alfred William Maitland FitzRoy, Instructor ofMutketry 26 Dec. 78 p 3 Feb. 69 

p.t.e. John Foster George Ross of Bladensburg 

AlfVed Edward Codrington 

Hon. Henry Charles Legge, Adjutant 39 Oct. 78 

2 John Robert Gladstone 

2 Douglas Frederick Rawdon Dawson 

2 Charles Brand , 

Hon. Frederick William Lambton 

George Ralph Charles Ormsby Gore 

1 Horace Robert Stopford 

2 Hon. Arthur Henry Henniker-Major, Adjutant 16 Feb. 78 ... 

2 George Vere Boyle 

1 Hon. Anthony Lucias Dawson 

3 Hon. Hugh Amherst 

2 Herbert Conyers Snrtees 

2 Theophilus Basil Percy Levett 

BXCOD LlXUTBJrAJTTS. 

1 Edgar Vincent 

2 Walter Orlando Corbet 

I William John Arthur Charles James, Duke q^ Portland 

1 Guy Thomas Saunders Sebright 

2 George Pleydell-Bonverie 

I George Fnmcis Sutton 

3 ITon. Arthur Grenville Fortescue 

I Bertram Mont Orgueil Hadsley Gosselin 

a Philip Gurdon 

I Rowland Winn 

3 Peter Andley David Arthur Lovell 

X Edward Knatchbull-Hugessen 

I Augustus John Henry Beaumont, Earl o/Wiltshire 

Quarter Mattcr».—2 Joseph Birch, 27 Feb. 67. 

I William Ellis Reynolds, 8 March 76. 
Surgeon Mtyor.^j Surgeon Maior Constantine Caridi Read," A.S. 13 May 53 ; Surgeon, x3 Dee. 68. 
BatiaUon Surgeon.-^ George Ferry," Attitt. Surgeon, 20 Jan. 55 ; Surg*on Mqjor, 36 Feb. 76. 
Surgco*»'--i Arthur Bowen Richard ^yen.Aettttant Surgeon, 36 Sept. 59. 

3 John Henry Connel Whipple, MD. Attittant Surgeon, 30 Sept^ 64. 

X James Magill. MD. 3 May 76. , «^ 

SoUcHor.^Boben J. P. Broughton, 7 Jan. 63. I itt Battalion returned f^rom the Orim$m, Jnm9 1856. 

' " I and Battalion r€tum0dfrom^ ^ ' 



I fnn LIBUT. 

77 
77 
77 
77 



31 Oct. 

31 Oct. 
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5 Sept. 

19 Oct. 
19 Oct. 
13 Nov. 
5 Oct. 

32 Jan. 
19 Feb. 
22 Feb. 
13 Aug. ., 
27 Sept. 79 



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28 Oct. 


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31 Aug. 


73 


6 Dec. 


73 


21 Jan. 


74 


9 Aug. 


74 


XX July 


7.S 


13 June 


7S 


13 June 


74 


20 Nov. 


7S 


18 Mar. 


76 


II Feb. 


77 


II Feb. 


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28 Oct. 


76 



Fmeing* Blad,—Agentt, Messrs. Cox and Co. 



4 from Canada, 39 Oct, x84«. 



Cold»ti'cam Gaavda, 132 

* Sir William Ckxlrington commanded a Brimde of the Li^ht DiTlBion, and afterwards a DiTfaion throus^hout 
the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including tne battles of Auna and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasps, KCB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, Grand Cross of the Military Order of Savoy, 
tst Class of the He^jidie.and Turkish Medal). From 11 November 1855, and antil the evacuation of the Crimea, 
be was Commander in Chief of the Eastern Army. Has also the Medaille Militaire of France, as having oom- 
asBded an army in alliance with France. 

'Colonel FiUHoy served the Eastern campaign of 1854, in the 41st Regiment, including the battles of Alma and 
hkerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

'' C-oIonel Hall served at the siege of Sebastopol ftrom 20th Nov. 1854 to i6tii Jan. 1855 (Medal with CHasp, and 
Torkish Medal). 

'* Lt.(7olonel8 Wigram and Lambton served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from nth Dec. 1854 (Medal with 
(JI»p, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

" Lt.O>lonel Lord Wm. P. E. Seymour served as a Midshipman with the Baltic Fleet in 185^ (Medal). 

i* LtwC^lonel Fremantle served with the Rifle Brigade in the Crimea from 3rd Dec. 18^4 to otn July 1855, including 
tlffi s^e of Sebastopol ; also commanded 163 men at the last sortie of the Russians agamst the Quarries on 7th-8th 
Jcne, and commanded the Woolsack party of the Light Division at the assault of the Redan on i8th June— severely 
vvKmded (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals) . Served also in the Indian campaign, including the 
9ieee and capture of Lncknow, Trans-Grogra campaign, with expedition into Nepaul— mentioned in despatches 
(Medal with Clasp). 

» Surgeons M^or Read and Perry.— For War Services see ** Medical Department." 



BcoU OuarcU. 



tlij aonred th« osmpaign of x8i^ with ths 3rd Guards, and was jyresent st the iMt^es of QnatoeJBns 

edalwith 
«Me4Mdi 
pps serve 

ColoiMi Mfoaerielr served in ^^^iteMliromTandll^y^ 



* ^'^rt w<no. aerved the Bastem nampaign of 1855 in command of the ist Division, inolnding the siege and flsll of 
" ~ ' of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, Turkish Medal, and 

unpaigtt 

— -, (severely woonded, she. - „ -.^- , 

( Jtodsl withftnr ClMM, Brevet of MlMor, Knight of the Lecion of Honor, sthClassof the Medjidie, a^ 



Sstestapol (Medal with Clasp, TCB., Gonmander of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, 
3^ OlMs of the Me4Mdie}. 

' Ookasl Gtepe served the Bastem campaign of 1854, including the battles of Ahna (bayonet womid of hand), 
n s fiM ii a ,Mig Inkennaa (seversbr woonded, shot through neck), siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the 96th Oct. 



*itk OM Oasp, and Tnrkish Medal) . 

* OokMl Bccesliard joined the BattaUon in the Crimea on the 8th Sept. 1855, sad wis at the fkll of Sebastopol 
(Medslwtth one Clasp, and Tnrkish Medal). 

' CoioDsl Walkar served ss Assistant Mmtaiy Secretary to (General Sir Arthur Cnnynghame in Sonth Africa, 
>sd was pis s eiii in ail tiie operations under that General in the Kafir war of 1878, and employed on manv im- 
ponsot aissiona. Was afterwards appointed Military Secretary to Sir Bartle Frere, and was one of the 
defegstae sent with the nUimstum to Sng Cetywayo. On the breaking out of the Znln war, was appointed 
A a s iit s nt Adjouoit General to Colonel Pearson^s Division, and was present at the battle of Inyesane, and the 



Skowe daring tu two months* investment by the Zulus (mentioned in despatches). Afterwards as 

k of the Lower Tagela (OB.). 

* U.C0I0MI HmlP. 8. Methoen served in the second phase of the Ashanti war firom the 17th Deo. 1874, and was 
r i T iii uBt at the battle of Amoeftd (Medal with Clasp). ^ ^ 
,*X3niaa FacM served in the seoond phase of the AshanU war fh>m the 17th December z873* Attached to (3^ 
UadstVeamnsad (Medal). 



*« Qssmr MMtar ITBIaln served in the Bastem campaign of 1854-55. including the battles of Alma, Bal^lava, 
sadJ^ansM,, fltoie ef Sebastopol, snd repolse of the sortie on the a6th October 1854 (Medal with four Olasps, 
»vdlaiBB asid tSu Medals). 



Medals). 

—IVir Wsr tSerrioes see " Medical Department" 



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Scots Guards. 

"LiHCXLLBi"— "Eoypt" (with the Sphinx). "Tjllavkki.** "Baubosa." " Pkhxksuli. ** 
"Wi.TBBtoo," **Alka" "Ihkkemak'* " Ssvastofol." 
OoloneL— SSr. Henry, Zord Rokeby,i GCJ?. £iuian, 91 April 14 ; Lt.4r Capt. 'la June 23 ; Capt.^ tl.CcUnel, 

'21 Sept. 32; Colonel, 9 Nov. 46; Jfo/or, ^28 June 50 ; Li.Colonelt^ ij Fel). 54 i Major General, ao Jane 54 » 

Xf<.6«n«ra7, 20 Sept. 61 ; General, 8 March 69 ; Colonel Scots Fusilier Guards, 13 May 75. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — ^a Reginald Gippa,^ En*, 4r Li. ^10 April 49 ; Lt. Jf Capt. 20 Juue 54 ; Bt^ Mt^jor, 

6 Jnne 56 ; Capt. ^ Lt.Col. ^i Feb. 58 ; Colonel, 5 Jan. 71 ; Ifo/or, 10 Oct. 74 ; Lt.Col. 5 Sept. 77. 
Xig'or*.— I Raymond Herbert White, Eh$. io April 49 ; Lt. »*i3 April 52 i Capt. 29 Dec. 5+ ; Cupt. 4r Id. Col. 

'16 Sept. 59 ; Colonel, 24 Sept. 75; Major, s Sept. 77. 
2 George Hay Moncrieff,* Ene. 6 June 54 ; Ena. 4- Lt. '4 Aug. 54; Id.4r Capt. 1*15 Jaiu 561 Capt, 4r JA.Col. 

'19 Aug. 62 ; 0)2(m«;, 26 Mar. 78 ; Major, 15 Mar. 79. 
Captains and Lt Colonels. ^2 Edw. Marcus BereBford,<^ Ent. ^^23 Aug. 54 j Lt. 3 Nov. 54 ; Capi. P29 Apr. 56 ; 

Capt.Jr Lt.Colonel, P4 Nov. 64 ; CoUmel, xo Oct. 79. 
X Geo. Williams Knox, En$. 4- Lt. 19 Jan. 55 ; Lt. 4- Capt. '25 Sept. 57 ; Capt. 4r Lt.Colonel, ^4 Apnl 65. 
2 Hon. Walter Bodolph Trefosis, En$. 4- Lt. Pq Feb. 55 ; Lt. 4r Capt. ^2 Feb. 58 ; Capt. 4r Lt.Col. '4 Apr. 65. 
X Frederick Palmer, Ena. 4- Lt. 31 Sept. 55 ; Lt. f Capt. ^i6 Aug. 59 ; Capt. 4r Lt.Colonel, 29 Aug. 68. 
2 Henry Hardinge Denne BtTacej,Ena.4'Lt. '28 Nov. 56 j Lt.4rCapt. P15 June 60; Capt. 4'Lt.Col. '4 Feb. 71 . 
2 ifow. Henry Tho8.Fra8er,.E»*.PioSept.58i En$. 4' Lt. ^24 June 59; Lt. ^ Cojo^ P12 June 635 Capt.4r 
Lt.Col. v^oAxig. 71. 

1 Frederick Henry Harford. JEn#. 4; JW. '13 Jan. 60; Lt. 4' Capt. '4 Nov. 64 ; Capt. f Lt.Col. 29 June 73. 

2 Thomas Philip Graham, En». <f- i*. '19 Aug. 62 ; Lt.4- Capt. P4 April 65 ; Capt, 4- Lt.Colonel, 17 July 72. 
Fred. Wm. Edwd. Forestier Walker,' CB., Ene. 4- Lt. '5 Sept. 62; Lt. 4r Capt. >xx July 65; Capt. 4r 

Lt.Colonel, iFeb. 73; Colonel, xs Oct. 78. 
2 William Julius Grascoigne, Ena. 4- Lt. P31 Mar. 63 ; Lt. 4r Capt. P6 Feb. 66; Capt 4" Lt.Colonel, 25 Jnne 73. 
2 George Gosling, .EiM. ^28 Jan. 62; JiM.4-i<.PioJuly63;JM.^OBpi.P26June66; Capt.4'Lt.Colonel,ij June 74. 
I .BTon.Joshua Charles Vanneck.JFitt.^X^ ^1 Dec. 63; 2^. ^Cop^. ^26 June66; Capt.jfX^.CbtonW, xoOct.74. 

1 Harrington Bulkley Douglas Campbell, ^iM.4-i<.»*xo May 64; X«.^Cap/.Pi8Dec.66; Capt.SrLt.Col.xi^yje. 

2 Hon. Paul Sanford Methuen.s Military AttacM at BerUn; Ena. 4r Lt. 1*22 Nov. 64; Lt. 4r Capt. P25 Dec. 67 ; 
C5a««. 4" Lt.Col. X5 July 76. 

I Ralph Vivian, Ena. 4- Lt. '29 Nov. 64 ; Lt. 4r Capt. 29 Aug. 68 ; Capt. 4- Lt.Col. 30 June 77. 

1 Son. Francis Charles Bridgeman, Ena. 4-Lt.^ii July 65 ; Lt, 4- Capt. P30 June 69 ; Capt.4rLt. Col. i Ang.77. 

2 Henry Edward Home Drummond-Moray, JBnj.4-L<.'5Jan.66 ; Lt.4rCapt. ^jJnlyeg ; Cavt.4r Lt.Col. $ Sept.77. 

1 Henry Fludyer, Ena. 4r Lt. P29 May 66 ; Lt. 4- Capt. ^ai Aug. 69 ; Capt. 4- Lt.Colonel, 19 Dec. 77. 

2 William Edward Montgomery, Ena.Jt U. '27 June 66 ; Lt.4r Capt. P5 Mar. 70 ; Capt.4r Lt.Colonel, 2 Apr.78. 
I Mildmay Willaon Willson, Ena. 4- Lt. ^3 Aug. 66 ; Lt. 4r Capt. »i Sept. 70; Capt. 4- Lt.Colonel, 14 Deo. 78. 

1 Leopold James Yorke Campbell Scarlett,lBn*. ^ ie. 'xi Doc. 66; Lt. 4- Capt. P24 Sept. 70; Capi, ^ 
Lt.Colonel, 24 Feb. 79. 

2 Inigo Richmund Jones. Ena, 4" Lt. ^18 Dec. 66; Lt.4' Capt. ''4 Feb. 71 ; Capt. 4r Lt.Colonel, 15 March 79 



LmmiriLirTS a-vd Captxivs. 
I /SVr William Gordon Gordon-Cumming, Bart 

1 Thomas William, Viaeount Coke 

x JIon.Richard Southwell George StapletonCotkon 

2 Arthur Broadwood, Inatruetor of Mualcetrjtx Jan. 77 

Frederick Lorn Campbell, Brigade Major, Mome Diatriet 

2 Arthur Henry Paget^ 

X Xord Francis Charles Gordon-Lennox 

X i^tr Arthur Reginald Thomas Willshire.^ar^ 

2 flfolliott Williams Erskine 

2 Hon. Arthur Hay David Fraser 

X Henry Pakenham*Mahon 

Lord Albert Charles Seymour, Aide de Camp to Prince Edward pf\ 
Saxe Weimar J 

LxSUTXViJfTS. 

2 Francis D. Astley 

T Hon, North de Coigny Dalrymple, Adjutant i Jan. 79 

2 William Augustus Home-Drummond-Moray 

X Maximilian Dudley Digges Dallson.Xt. InHruetorofMuak.atHythe 
Archibald Spencer Drammond, Aidede Camp to M^jorQen.Donovan\ 



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A-yP L IEUT. ! 

'25 Dec. 67|Pi7May~ 
PxsFeb. 63P3oAu«. 
30 Sept. 68|P28 0ot. 
P 5 May 69 i'28 Oct. 
'22 Aug. 68 

69 
69 
70 

70 



■'26 June 67 



June 
'24 July 
»*2X Aug, 
P20 Oct. 

5 Mar. 
»24 Sept. 

4 Feb. 



X Arthur Cyprian EnoUys 

T Frederick William Romilly, at Stqf College 

X John Bourohier Stracey 

1 Henry Wiokham 

2 Hon. Charles Harbord, Aide de Camp to the Marqmia of Lome 

2 Hugh Drummond Hay Bamett 

T Hon. James Henry Duncombe 

a Charles Crutchiey 

X George Coemo Aberoromby 

2 Robert Ontlar-Ferguason 

9 Neil Jamee MexuiieB 

2 EAg^ne Leopold Selwyn Brett, Adjutant 2 April 78 

2 MrRobert Drummond Moncreiffe, Bart, 

3 John William Ainslie Drummond 

|x Clarence Granville Sinclair 

1 Hom. Luke White 

•a Edward Watkin WiUiams Wynn 

2 Hon. Alexander Francis Henry Campbell 



SscoiTD LxBurxvurxB. 

X Hon. Arthur Hay 

X Hon. Thos. H. A. B. Cochrane > 

a Hom. Arnold Allan Cecil Keppel 

2 Lionel Qeorse Henry Seymour Dawson- Damer 

X Robert Dnndas 

X Charles Edward Hartopp 

a Francis Edmund George Astley 

1 Alan, Loird Greenock 

2 Laurence Qeorgo Drummond 

Qvarter Jf(M<«r».— >x John M*Blain,i« X7 Nov. 69. 

a Frederick Butterworth, 25 Mar. 73. 
A(r^«o«2r<a»'or.— aFred. Robinson," MD., A.8. 19 Nov. 47 ; Surgeon, ao Mar. 57 j Surgeon M^jor, 19 Nov. 67. 
\ Battalion Surgeon.— -x Surgeon Major William Ralph Lane, A,8, 39 Deo. 54 ; Surgeon, 4 Jan. 7X. 
a Wm. Ma^nsell-CQllins, MD. Aaeiet, Surgeon, 2 Oct. 66. 
Solieitor.'-Tnd.. Ouvry, 9 Nov. 58. Baeinqa Blue. Agenta, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

Batt. returned from the Crimea, 4 Julg 1856. 2nd Batt. returned fivm Canada, x8 Septmher 1864. 

IForNotfa, eet tower halft^prteedingpe^. 



Vx4 Jan. 7x 



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15 Aug. 
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II May 
22 Feb. 
22 Mar. 
8 Dec. 
27 Sept. 



LIEUT. 



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28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 

28 Oct. 
30 April 73 
24 July 74 
x8 Mar. 75 
30 April 75 
XX July 75 

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ax Sept. 74 
x8 Mar. 76 
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29 April 76 
xoM!ar. 75 

6 Sept. 76 
IX Feb. 77 
XI Sept. 77 
jx Sept. 77 
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lar of St. Andrew, and the Crown over it. In the second Colour the Thistle and 



I'TOwn. *• gr. LrciA " " Bomokt-of-Zm " •• Botm " (with the Sphinx) '." " Cokuhha '* " Buslco *'" ""siLAiiijrci. 
St. SKBAenxw'* "Nitk" ** PairiirsuLA. " "Niaoaba." "Watkbloo" "Naqpobb" "Mahkii* 



'TiTTORIA 
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"Alma" *'Ikkbbuak* 



Siaoaba' 
' Sbvastopol *• " Taku Forts " 



'Prkiit." 



iTiT^f C<>>««l--Henrv Phiopa Baymond, JF«»jn«. 9 April as; i^ '17 March 27 : Caj^^ ^ai March 34; Bt.M^;or, 



i^ i!iL Z4.G«utrul, 96 May 73 ; General, x Oct. 77 ; Cotoitfi let Foot, 11 July 77 

31 , ... laeatataat Col^U.— 1 Edw. Thoe. St. Lawrence MccGwire, Em. 'ig Oct. 40: Lt. 'ai May sa: Cavt. 

«'i9 Jan. 55; Major, 9 Feb. 67 ; Lt.Colonel, i-as Mar. 71 ; Colonel, 25 March 76. 
ja ... a Edward Andrew Stuart,* JTjm. »ax May 5a ; i*. 11 Aug. 54 ; Capt. 30 Mar s8 • 

teaas/ Colonel, 14 Auff. 76. • j » • 

?7 [ ■-. MBJopi.--i Henry George White,* Jffiw^n, 30 Dec. 53 ; I'i- 29 Dec. 54; Capi. P30 Mar. 58; Major, 'as Mar. 71 ; 

^ ' -grgcrf XtMtouM/ Colonel, x Oct. 77. 
35 - a Wniiam NewcoTuen Watts,J?N«i^n, '9 Dec. 45 ; Zf. ai Mar. 48 j Capt. ax Sept. si : JB<. Major, as Oct. 7» J 

Major, X9 Jan. 76 ; Breoet Lieutenant Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 
:7 , — a Richard Abraham Manners,* Eneign, la May 53; Lt. '18 Aug. 54; Capt. a6 June 59; Brevtt Ucyor, 

1 ■ 5 Jnly 7»; Major, 5 Aug. 76. 
, 27 , ... x Jaiuea William Hassell, ? £jm»^ji, '13 Sept. 53; Id. i Dec. 54 ; Capt. as Mar. 6x; .B/.J/aj 
I Major, 30 Nov. 78. 



; Major, ^22 Feb. 7X ; LUw 



^ajor, 14 April 74 5 



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Captaiks. 

George Gilbert Stewart" 

George William Thompson" 

Oresewell Keane Charles Booke* * 

Charles Atkinson Logan 

George Paterson 

5 .re. Frederick de Lamare Morison.. 
ohn de Stuteville Isaacson 

Frederick Coningham 

Baron George Booth 

WiUiam BeUMacdonald 

Arthur WUliam Sheringham 

George Seaforth Rodon 

Thomas French Ross ^ 

Arthur Smith 

Maurice Nugent O'Connor 

Hany Gardner 

VTiUiam Druiy Shaw 

Stephen Blytb Moore 

: Henxy William Tombs 

Herbert Dniell Terry 



i RNSIOir OR 
I aKD LIBUT. 



LnunvAim. 
« Rowland Feamley Kyrle Money, Inierpreter.. 

a HenryLonsdale Hallewell 

1 Alan William Low Rlckards 

a Victor Alexander Farquharson 

X Bgerton Payler Morgan-Payler 

a Bdward Lindesay . 



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4 July 
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z George Charles Peard, Inetmetor ofMudtetrjf x3Mar.76 

I Charles Henry Goatling 

a Yemon Qarteide Tippinge, Ind.ofMiukttrjf xx Deo. 78 



a Joseph CunlilXb Fenton 

Chatles William Bouthoott Hallett 

3 Charles HaroounStisted,jldf»toii< XX Jan. 79.. 
x Bdward Altham Altham, Aijutani ao Sept. 78 

a HamiHon William Broadley 

1 William Arthur Bdward Boyd 

Bdward Steuart Masters 

1 Tliomas Rowland Scarlett 

X David Fita-Ameline Robert Ancketm 

I Archibald M'Lachlan 

!x William Wingfleld Yemer Pakenham 

ji William Douglas , 

'a Hamilton John Goold^Adams 

a Arthur Leonard Williams , 

a WiUiam Bnkine Graham Login 



Sbcoito LixxmvASTS. 

David Campbell Da Costa 

Robert Townley Knowles 

Ymceni Kackesy Birkbeck 

Perdval Havelock Acheson 

Oliver Bsmsaj Brush 

George Frederick Chenevix Trench .. 
Arthur Yinoent Dowdall FitsGerald ., 

Henry James Albert Rowe 

Bdwin Francis Wade 

Charles Henzy Cockbum Heyman 



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60 P a Sept. 68 

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17 June ^« c (lent. 671 
' a Mar. 
„ '30 July 
60 '14 June 
6x ' 8 Aug. 
6x 'la Jan. 

64 '13 July uy n Ajjru 75 

64 II May 69 x9 Jan. 76 

65 '30 Oct. 69 s Aug. 76 

66 3 Oct 70 XQ July 77 

67 » 7 Dec. 

68 '37 Oct. 
60 '37 Oct. 
68 '37 Oct. 
68 '37 Oct 
66 a8 0ct. 
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65 »* 5 Jan. 

66 aSOct 



5 Aug. 

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70 ax July 77 

71 34 Nov. 77 
V a Mar. 78 
71 8 Mar. 78 
71 35 Sept 78 
71 13 Nov. 78 
71 30 Nov. 78 

70 6 Aug. 79 

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1 Walter Crauflird Kennedy, x Apr. 78 ; Em, aa Aug. 65 ; Lt, x6 Mar. 70; Capt. 14 Aug. 76. 



q^mrttrMoal^.' 



•9 Henry Lonsdale, a8 March 74. 
z Thomas Worrall, ax Aug. 78. 



tkeinge Blne.—Jymtif, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Iriek AgenU, 8ir B. Borough, 2ft. and Co. 
let Battalion embarked for Malta, a6 Jan. 1878. 
»»4 BmttaUon embarked/or Sombag^ is Aug. 1866 Depots aitaehed to lei Battalion ^ ^ 

Digitized by VJ (JO 



gle 



135 ^*^ (^'^^ Uoyal Scots). 

* Lt.Colonel Stuart served at the siege of Bebastopol fh>m aand April until severely wounded on ytli June 1855 (Medal 
^ith Clasp, 5th Glass of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the campaign of i860 in China, including the 
taking of Sinho and Tangku, occupation of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps) . 

* Lt.Colonel White served at the siege of Sebastopol from 31st Nov. 1854 to xoth Aug. 1855, including the attack of 
the Bedan on the i8th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served from i6th Nov. 1858 to tne i6th March 
1859 with the Berar Field Force, which took the field for the purpose of preventing the rebel chiefs Tantia Topee and 
Feroze Slubh from penetrating into the Deccan. 

^ Mi^or Manners served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and &11 of Bebastopol, fW>xn 
95th Dec. 1854 (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the campaign of i860 in 
China, including the taking of Sinho and Tangku, occupation of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two 
Clasps). 

7 Major Hassell served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol trom 20th Aug. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Modal). 

^|> Major Stewart served the campaign of x86o in China, including the taking of Sinho and Tangku, and occu- 
pation of Tientsin (Medal with Clasp). 

1* Captain 6. W. Thompson served in the Canton Police Force from 1858 to i860, and was present at the action of 
Shekstmg with the Kwang Tung rebels on 8th Jan. 1859. Campaign of i860 in North China, including the taking 
of Sinho and Tangku, occupation of Tientsin, and surrender of Pekin, the latter part as Orderly OfBicer to Brigadier 
Urquhart (Medal with two Clasps). 

" Captain Rooke served the campaign of i860 in China, including the taking of Sinho and Tangku, occupa- 
tion of Tientsin, actions of the x8th and axst Sept., and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 



Digitized by VjOOQIC 



] 2lld {Tlie Queen,' s Hoy at). 



Brigade Depot f Ouildford. 



136 



Mdiiatt.,aar«illy,a«afia. _ . _ . _ 

Tie Paschal Lamb, with the Mottoes " FriiHnm virtuii* memor," and " Vel exuvia triumphant.** The Royal Cypher 

▼ikWnthe Garter, havinf<the Grown over it. ** EarpT " (with the Sphinx), " Viuissi. " ** GoRiTirirA. ** " Salamakca' 

•* ViTioBii. " " PrmurssA " '* Nitxllb " ** Toulousx " " Pskijtsula. " " ArrQUASistLS " ** Ghuzhxs " •' Khxlat ' 

"Tup Foit3 " " Pkkl».»» 

r«ur8er, Ooloaal.— Henry Smyth,^ CB. Entign, '28 June 33; Liett. P28 Oct. 36 ; Captain, '2 Dec. 42 ; Ifajor, '12 May 
raU l^lf' 48; Lieut, Colonel, '30 Dec. 53; Colonel, 9& Nov. 54; Major General, 6 March 68 ; Lieutenant General, 
P»y^P»y.i 34 Jane 76; General,^ 



Sept. 78 ; Colonel 2nd Foot, 25 March 77. 
■«,nciB John Hercy, Eneign^ **28 Oct. ki 



igZimiteaaat GoloaeU. 

Mty'or, jLo May 71 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 29 Sept.^ 77. 



28 Oct. 53; Lt. 27 Oct. 54; Capt. »9 Nov. 55; 



I2 Henry Pye Ptiliippe,' Sntign, la May 54; Lt. '15 Jan. 56; Capt, ^t6 Nov. 60; Major, ^31 Odt. 71 ; 
I Brecet Lieutenant Colonel, i Oct. 77 ; Lt.Colonel, 1 May 78. 
Muvn.—p.e.e. Sir Greorge Pomeroy CoUey,» CB. CMG. KCSI, Private Seeretarg to the Vtcerog of India; 
Ensign, 28 May 52; Lt. ix Aug. 54; Capt, '12 June 60; Bt. Major, 6 Mar. 63; Bt. Lt.Colonel, 15 May 73; 



J April 58 ; Capt. '3 May 64 ; Major, 23 Oct 75. 
; Lieut. ^11 Feb. 59 ; Capt.^iA Mar. 65 ; Major, 23 Oct. 75. 



>3| • 



Colonel, X April 74; Major, 22 May 75. 

Henry Waring," Ene. '5 Jane 57; Lieut. 13 j 

I EoBtace Lovelace Hercy, Ene. '5 Feb. 58 ; Xft< , . » . - . « 

X pa.c. Thomas Kelly-Kenny,^* Bnngn,^^ Feb. 58 ; Lieut. Pi2 0ct. 60 ; Capt. *'2o Julv 66 ; Major, 29 Sept. 77- 
a William John Holt,'* Commandant Naini Tal Contaleeeent Depot; Eneign, '24 July 57; Lieut. X5 Feb. 39 : 

Capt. 2 Sept. 68 ; Major, 23 Jan. 78- 
3 Montagu Gholmeley Morris,^^ Mnngn, '2a May 57; Li. 1$ Sept. 57; Cop^. '21 Sept 60; Bt.Major, 

26 May 73; Mty'or, ax Feb. 78. 



Robert Hill Roas^* 

» * ... '2 0^.e. waiiam Cbarlea Hood 

^ [ ... 2 Henry Flood 

aj »/j| a William Clarke 

** ... ,3 George Herbert Woodard 

23 ll'it X ChartosDeyman BaUlie^' 

19 , ... 12 Robert Bleazby 

19 j ... 3 Charles Fairbanks Lawaon ... 

19 ... |i William Mackie" 

ij ... j2 Charles Sdward Hderton^* ... 

i3 1 ... |i George Arthur Scott 

^ i ... |x Jasper Selwyn Tnpper 

li . ~. x Henry Melvm Ma^ews 



Sri; 

» .' ~ 'x 
»5 I - 'a 



Hemy Melv 

Edward Warren Broderick 

Heni7 Walter Trench 

Angnstaa Frederic F. Adams . 

Bernard Arthur Beale 

Edward Aabton Hoffhesi* .... 
Thomaa Edwards Harmftn . 



Camp to tieLieui. Chn., N. wjFrov. } 



«5! . 

I 



I LnVTXVAVTS. 

I Charles Angastas Mott. Aide de Camp \ 

I to Major General Badclife S 

X William Montgomery 

a WUliam Gun Collis, J4jutaHt, X9 Aiig.7x 

I Aithur Herbert Noorse 

X Mxtfbrd Gost^ Inet. qfMueketrf x May 78 

I I John Stratford Collins, Adjt. aS Mar. yS 
I Terenee John Bockett Donne 

la Hamilton James Elverson 

•a JohnRichardHarloem Richards 

,a Robert Thomas Hanford-Flood 

I Charles Edward Whittle 

I George Ward Cole Brace 

a Herb ert Wi lkinson Dent» InetrMotor o/) 

IdwwdOwen Fi£er HaadltmV J(M« ) 
d* Gbm to M«Qor General Trimroee j 

I GeoAy Francis Plnekn^y 

a Barry Leonard Dawson 

I Alexander Fuller Maitland 

a Arthur Slias 

•a Henzy Bourehier Fowler 

a William Samuel fiurreU. 

I Aztimr John Adams 

a Stewart Holoombe Ruabridger 

'2 George WOliam Haoket Pain 

a Henxy Denne Bobaon 



x6 May 

4 July 
ax July 
»X7 Feb. 
26 Oct. 

6 Dec. 

9 Feb. 
'x8 Jan. 

xMay 
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»27 May 
39 July 

ijoly 
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'x6 Feb. 
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54 X7 Nov. 

57 ' X Oct. 

58 4 Aug. 

55 5 Mar. 
6x 'aa Mar. 

61 ^ I Mar. 
6x P 3 May 
6a '20 May 
6a ' 9 Sept. 
6a P 4 Oct. 

62 XX Nov. 

63 ' X May 

64 '13 July 
64 >* s Oct. 
64 5 Nov. 
64 Va8 Oct. 

64 aa April 

65 ' 8 Jane 



SvB LixvmvAvn. 
Henry Blaton 



8«oon> JjnmvKkxn. 
z HeoxyBridgmanHenderson Lethbridge 

•a Thomas John Atkinson 

la William Faithfhll Allen 

,a George Trenohard Plckard-Cambridge 

a WiUiam Edwin Banbury 

'a George Burridge Crawley 

a Francis John rak 

,x WiUiam Leonard Addington 

'i Alfred Bmeet Price 

,x Chaziea Carmiehael Monro 

2 WiUoiu;h.by ThnilUer ^ 

t Wyndham Hackett Pain 



5 Sept. 77 

t^: " 

30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 

16 Feb. 70 

39 June 78 

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63 1 ' 3 Aug. 70 



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'la July 

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9 Aug. 

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38 Feb. 
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7 Dec. 70 
X April 70 
I July 7x 
X Apr. 70 

'31 Oct. 71 

X7 Feb. 7a 

8 Mar. 7a 
»3x Oct. 7x 

8 April 74 

xaMay 75 

ax July 75 

33 Oct. 75 

39 Oct. 77 

23 Jan. 78 

z May 78 

ax Oct. 78 



23 July 79 



General Smyth commanded 
the 68ch Light Infantrv through- 
out the Eastern campaign of X854- 
55, including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman (horse killed), siege 
and fhU of Sebastopol JMedal with 
three Clasps, CB,, Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of 
the MecUidie). 



i$t BatiaUtm embarludfor Bomhag, 
Julg x866. 

and BattaUon emiarked for Malta, 
»6Juljfi%77, 



sua LIXUT. 



XX Nov. 76 



,— z James George Anderson, 98 Sept. 78 ; Ene. 26 Feb. 56 ; Lt, Z3 Feb. 63 ; Capt, t Apr. 79. 



119 »_ 

iJ ... I 9 Robert Ont&e Craig,*^ x Feb. 67 ; 'Mon. Captain, 

I f I ... .QfmrUrMaeUre.—^ Charles Harvey Pulsford, 9 Aug. 71. 

t 7I-, z JamesToal,9Aug.73. /^ ^Tp 

i I I Waeimf BXn^.—Agemte, Messrs. Cox and Co.^Trieh Agenle, Sir E. Borousrh. Bt, and Co^ ^^^ 



136a 2nd (The Queen* s Royal), 

7 Lt.Ooloiiel Phillipps Bexred as Adjutant to the ist Battalion, and Queen's, tliroughout the campaign Of x86o in 
North China (Medal with two Clasps for Taku Forts and Pekin) . 

" Sir George Colley was employed on special service on the Cape Frontier in 1858, 50, and i86x— occupation 
of Kreli's territory, defeat and death of Tola (twice thanked by the Government, Brevet of Major) . Served tbxough- 
ont the China war of 1860, including the taking of the Taku Forts, actions of the xsth and 14th August, x8th and 
21 St Sept., and advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Ashanti war from the xyth December 
1873 in command of the Transport and line of communications, and was present at the battle of Amoaftil, defence 
of ^e Posts of Quarman and Fommanah. and battle of Ordahsu and capture .of CoomAia {9 (several times men- 
tioned in despatches. Brevet of Colonel, C3., Medal with Clasp). 

1' Major Waring served in the Abyssinian campaign in command of a Division of the Tras^ort Corps (men- 
tioned m despatches, Medal) . 

1' Major Kelly-Kenny served the campai^ of x86o in North CHuna as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Jephson, 
including the action of Sinho (mentioned m despatches), taking of Tangku and Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 
Served uie campaign of x 867-68 in Abyssinia in command of a Division of the Transport Train (mentioned in 
despatches for ** zeal, energy, and ability'," Medal). 

^* Major Holt was thanked in General orders dated at Poona xath Julyx866 for his" noble efifbrts" in saving 
life on the occasion of the wreck of the Pilgrim ship Diamond^ and his conduct was deemed by the Commander in 
Chief at Bombay as " deserving uf the warmest admiration." Served in the Abyssinian campaign in x868,— aa Pro- 
vost Marshal at Zoula, and subsequently in the Transport Train ; was attacked by a large force at Belago Pass 
whilst in charge of Convoy, and his conduct on the occasion met with the entire approval of Lord Napier (Medal, 
and promoted to Captain unattached) . 

" Mi^T Morris served with the 7i;th Regiment in the Indian Campaign of 1857-58, including the occupation, 
after the relief of Lucknow, of the rortfied outposts and camp with Ontram's Force, and repulse of the enemy's 
attacks ; also present at the battle of Cawnpore on 6th December (Medal). 

i> Captain Boss served as Adjutant of the 35th Begiment during the campaign in the Shahabad district, Bengal, in 
z8$8 (Medal). 

17 Captain Baillie served the campaign of z86o in CThina with the 3rd BuHb (Medal with G^asp for the Taku 
Forts). 

^> Captains Mackie and Hughes served in the Abvssinian campaign with the Transport Ck>rps (Medal) . 

1* Captain Hderton eerved with the 68th Light Inmntry in the New Zealand war in 1864-66, and was present at 
the attack on the Grate Pah (Medal). 

*o Migor Blurton served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inker- 
man, siege and (bJl of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal) . Also the (3hina campaign of z86o 
(Medal with Clasp for Pekin) . 

>^ Captain Cndg served in the Eastern campaign of X854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege 
and fbll of Sebastopol, sortie of 36th Oct., and as a volunteer with the spiking party on the 8th September (Medal 
with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



Gontinuation of Notes to ^rd Foot. 

* Lt. Colonel Pamell served with the 3rd Buflb in the Crimea subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol. Commanded 
the and Battalion 3rd Buffs throughout the Zulu war of 2879, and was present at the engagement at Inyesaae and 
during the occupation of Ekowe (mentioned in despatches. CB.). 

* Minors Hobson and Halahan served in the campaign of z86o in China (Medal with Clasp for the Taku Forts). 

* Lt.(yolonel Eteson served with the x8th Elojral Irish throughout the second Burmese war, including the capture of 
Martaban, Bangoon, Prome, and the Donabew stockades (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). 

7 Migor Graves organised for the Zulu war of X879 the and Begiment of Natal Native Contingent, consisting of 
two battalions, and served with Pearson's Column, in command of the regiment, during the advanoe to SkowCb 
taking part in the engagement of Inyezane (mentioned in report as having been indeftttigiM>le in his exertions). 

* Captains Kerr and Graham, Iiieuts. Ferguason, Hind, Ventris, and &ekewioh served throughout the opera- 
tions in the Malay Peninsula in X875-76. 

* Captain Beeves served with the Buflb in the campaign in the Malay Peninsula in x 75-76, including the action 
of the 90th January. 

^ Captain Kelly served with the Bufft in the operations in the Malav Peninsula in 1875-76, including the 
actions of the 30th Januarv and 4th February,and commanded the escort in the reconnaissance of the 2«nd January. 

M Captain Leslie served with the Buffs throughout the operations in the Malay Peninsula in 1875-76, including 
the actions of the 4th and aoth January and 4th February. 

^* Captain Howarth served with the Buflb thsoughout the campaign in the Malay Peninsula in x 875-76, including 
the aodon of the aoth January. 

u Captain Ommanney and Lieut. Chippindall served with the Buffii in the operations in the Malay Peninsula in 

x87<-76. 

i« Lieut. Holme served with the Buffs throughout the operations in the Malay Peninsula in x 875-76, including 
the action of the 4th February. 

^7 (Quarter Master Colley served with the Buffs throughout the operationA in the Malay Peninsula in 1875-76, 
indoding the actions of the 4th, X4th, and aoth January. Digitized by V^3 OO^^ i^ 



fty. 



lahm. fiiionieUffe. 
..Snroatet-. 
The Dragon. 



-dB.U.J^^'io8tr5J|?SrO,3rd(^^^^^^ [l%^J^itlVJil.ry.r^. 137 



fty. 



The "aose and Crown. " Doubo " •• Taljlvirx " •• Albuhkba" •• PyBEWMs ' ' " Nivbllb " 
"Nitb" "PBiriirsuLA" **Puinrii.B** " Sbtabtopol '* " Taxu Fobtb." 
Colonel.— WUliam Craig Emilius Naoier.^ ^iwi^n, 28 Oct. 35; Lt. '17 Nov. 37; Cavt. P20 ApriUa ; Brevet 
J£mior, t8 Feb. 48 ; Breoet Lt.Oolonel, 30 May 51 ; CoIomI, a8 Oct. 54 ; Major, 23 Oct. s? ; Major General 



> Jane 62 j Jft//or, 



i'i 



7 
7 
7 
6 

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, 6 

< 6 
6 
6 

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s 

5 



9 l^EU^h 65; Lieut.General, 22 Aug. 73 ; General, x Oct 77 ; Colonel 3rd Buffs, 14 Aug. 74 
Lieutenant Oolon©l».—x Francis Morley,» Entign, 13 Majr 55; Lt. i Sept. 55; Capt. Pio ; 

'7 Dec. 67 ; ^rtfre/ ii««f«»iaii< Colonel, 3 Deo. 76 ; X««tt<«nan; Colonel, 10 Dec. 77. 
2 Henry Pamell, CS. Sneign, 23 May 55; !*{' 9 ^ov. 55; Capt, I'j Sept. 62; Motor, «»i2 July 7t ; Breoft 

lAeutenaut Colwtel, i Oct. 77 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 30 Nov. 78. 
■lyon.— p.t.e. Clifford Parsons, Frqfeeaor at the Staff College; Enaign, P16 Feb. 49 ; Z<. Pio Doo 52 • Copf 

25 Sept. 55; Bt.Mqjor, 19 Nov. 71 ; 3fq7or, 10 Dec. 73; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 2 Oct. 77. • • ^ • 

Francis Eteeon,* ^m«a»^ .4(i;itia«< General, Bengal; Ensign, P6 Aug. 47; Lt. 15 April S2 • Cant 
~ St. Major, 5 3y}y 7\} ^^J?;^» l^Ji^^^' 74^i ^revetp^ :> f d $ r 

59; Capt. 

Major, 10 Mar. 78. 
I Nov. 78. 



sMar^sS 



_ John Blaksley, .Ewt^ii, 7 34ay 58 ; -^^- ^4 May 60 ; Capt. n Mar. 64 ; Major, 6 Dec. 75. 
Shapl&nd Graves,' J'rotector qf Indian Immigrante at Natal ; Ensign, 28 Feb. 56: Li 6 Julv 
'15 May 66 ; Major, 11 Oct. 76. "^ 

: Frederick Taylor Hobson,' Ensign, '30 Oct. 57 ; X<. '30 Sept. 59 ; Capt. P29 June 66 ; Major, 1 
2 Henry Thomas Halaban,* i'n*. 24 Nov. S7 ; ■^'' »6 Sept. 60 : Ctf|><. Pj '^^ " — • 
2 Charles James Hamilton, Ensign, 17 Mar. 58 ; Lt. ^22 Oct. 61 ; Capt. 



*/i 



CArri-iirs. 
2 James Edward Forster 

1 William Frederick Kerr, B /»<«rpr«^er 

z Edward Girdlestone Graham*^ 

2 Henry Drinkrow Harrison 

X Francis William Kane 

1 Charles Edward Beeves* 

2 George Agar Alexander 

p.e.e. Edward John Lynch, Garrisonlnst. \ 

Home District > 

1 Waldron Edward Roper Kelly" 

I George Ernest Harley 

1 Arthur Trevor Leslie** 

t Robert Albert Hickson 

2 Williaju Henry Wyld 

2 Henry Wallick Maclear 

2 Arthur Charles Jackson 

2 William Conquest Howarth^^ 

: Albert Edward Ommanney'^ 

2 Lionel Thomas Spens 

2 Richard Richards Brefihey Temau . 
2 George Fred Harris 



Birsioir On I 
2irn LiBUT. I 



!. '2 Oct. 66 ; M^for, i iNOV. 7I 
P26 June 67 ; Major, 30 N( 



bv. 76. 



CAPTAIK. 



18 Mar. 
23 Mar. 
4 July 



58 > 4 Feb. 
58:^5 Fob. 
60! P 8 Jan. 



62|**i4 Aug. 
62 '16 May 
64Pi5Dec. 



BBBV.ICAJ. BT.LT.COX.. 



^ 3 Aug. 60 '29 Mar. 64'P29 June 70 

*'26Feb. 62 »• 3 Jan. 65|»'i2July 71 

Px8 Mar. 62 * 2 May 65 >» 2 Aug. 71 

I* 4 Feb. 62 '9 Dec. 64 28 Mar. 74J 

64^x4 Aug. 67 

Px6 Oct. 67 

' 7 Dec. 67 

•'xsDec. 69 

'29 Dec. 69 

''29 Jan. 70 

**x4Sept. 67 

' x April 68 '29 June 70 

23 Jan. 69 '12 July 71 



5 Aug. 

»*i6 Aug. 
'' 4 Oct. 
PisMay 
''26 June 
»*i4 8ept. 67 
5 July 641 



» 30 Oct. 69^27001. 



LlBUTBiri.BT8. 

2 Robert Waloott M'GiUivray Martin .... 
2 Julius Batt Backhouse, Instmetor of 

Musketry 3 Feb. 75 

2 Richard Stanley Oiwks Moody 

2 Nathaniel Newnham-Davis 

I Home Johnstone Fergnsson* 

1 John William Hind,* Inst, qf Musketry \ 

XX Feb. 79 J 

2 Cosmo Hnntly Gordon 

Francis Hacdonald Drury 

I Bxyan Francis Holme^* 

1 George Herbert Chippindall" 

2 Hen. Calthorpe Somerset, Adj. 24 Dec. 78 
X Robert George Kekewich,*.l4/« ^o Apr. 76 

David FMncis Lewis 

Hogh Hoddam Tate 

2 Percy Grtsen • 

2 Henry Raleigh Knight 

2 Alfred Jamai Whitacre Allen 

I Robert Alfred Baker 

Ernest De Brath 

X Arthur Horsman Coles 

1 George Edward Hyde Gates 

2 John Hughes 

» Herbert John James Middleton 

Heniy Hodges Forbes 

3 James Comyn Lewis Knight-Bruoe 

BVB LXBtTTBVAlTTS. 

Hugh Blaoktmm 

a Corry Langrishe Goxmellan 

8BOOn> LXBUTBVAaXB. 

George Adrian Porter 

a CoutenayBourchierYyvyan 

1 Alezaadar M'lAchlan 

2 Arthur Henry Tylden-Pattenson 

X Tesnr Thomas Bnnbury 

Arcmbald Francis Campbell- Johnston 

2 Herbert St. David JarreU 

z Pereival Forbes Brine 

I Edgar Evelyn Bavenhill 

Robert Edward Philips 



2x Aug. 
28 Oct. 
3z Dec. 



6g\ 28 Oct. 

7lj 28 Oct. 



58 



30 Jan. 78 



2in> LIBUT. 

i 
78 

'J 
78 

79 



30 Jan. 

xMay 

7 Aug. 
14 Sept 
22 Jan. 
ax June 79 

a July 79 

9 July 79 
as July 79 
13 Aug. 79 



'x6 Aug. 

30 Deo. 
x5 May 
9 Aug. 

.X2 Nov. 

X2N0V. 

28 Feb. 

28 Feb. 
26 Mar. 
x3June 74 



71 

7t; 

74! 
x3May 74 

X April 75 
7 May 75 
6 Dec. 7c 

26 Feb. 76! 

14 June 

24 Nov. 

xoMar. 

x6Mar. 
xNov. 

30 Nov. 

X3 Mar. 
3 Aug. 



General Napier served as Aide 
de Camp to SirCharles Napier during 
73 1 his campaign of 1845 against the 
.. Desert and Mountain Tribes en the 
' *| right bank of the Indus. Sorvert also 
74 at the siege of Sebostopol as Assis- 
74 tant Director General of the Land 
Transport Corps (Medal Tvith Clasp, 



x3 June 74 5th Class of the Medjidie,and Turkish 
X3 June 74 Medal;. 

a Dec. 74 » Lt.Colonel Morley serve*! with the 
XX Feb. 73 Buffs in the campaign of xS6o in 
xo Sept. 75 China, and was present at the action 
xo Sept. 75lof Sinho, and taking of Tangku and 
24 Mar. 75|the inner Taku Fort (Medal with 
X2 Feb. 76 Clasp). Also throughout the opera- 
24 Mar. 76jtions in Perak in X875-76, including 
zx Sept. 76|the attack on the camp at Qoalla 
xz Sept. 76iKangsa, and the expedition against 
xz Sept. 76 the village of Bungor. Commanded 
a8 Oct. 76|an independent force of the Buff» 
a8 Oct. 76'and xst Goorkhas on the left bank of 
zx Sept. 77jthe Perak river OQ aoth January 1876 
X a Sept. 79 'which captured S stockade, two 
SUB LiBVT. guns, and two war gongs. 

[For contHmMtion of Notts tee foot 
of precedimffpage. 



28 Oct. 
ZX Nov. 



[2 Jgn. 77. 
P ( y«f i n.— X Salnsbigy Davraport Crookendon, t8 Sept. 78; Ens. 12 Jan. 66; X*. 25 Aug. 67: Capt. 

a Arthur William mu Gelston, X4 Apr. 78 1 Ens, 4 Sept. 60 ; £^ 5 July 64 1 Capt xo Dec. 73- 
(^usriorMatUrs.'^t James Wflson Colley,i7 x8 Oct. 73. 

a William George Morgan, 7 Nov. 68. . •>. ^ « 

Fkeimffs Buff. AgenU, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irieh Agents, Sir B. Borough, Bi. and Co. jnr^ 
xst Batt, 4mbariBedfor OUcirtte, a Jnly z866.— 2JkI Batt. embarkodfor Cape GoodMope, 3 Oct.i«^. 



Id Batt!. Haul. I 4tll (The JUny 8 Ou>n Loyal). Isriffade Vepot, LancaiU.. 

Q of England. The Royal Cyiiher within the Garter. "CoBuirirA" "Bldajoz" "Salamauca " 
iiL *' *• St. Sbbjlstiak " '* Nitb" " Pekiksclx " ** Blabxhsbvbg " " Watbbloo " " Alvi. ** *' Ibkkbma.x *' 

•• Sbvastopol" •* Abtbsiitia." 
Colonel.— Studholm John Hodgson,^ JSn*. 30 Dec. 19 ; Lt. 3 Feb. 25 ; Capt P30 Dec. 26 ; ifvor, '28 Dec. 38 ; 
Lt.CoUmtl, P8 Aug. 45 ; Colonel, 20 June 54 ; Major General, 11 April 60; Lieut. General, 29 Aug. 68; 
' General, 2 Feb. 76 j Coionci 4th Foot, 21 Nov. 76- , 
Lieutenant GoloneU.— 2 Edw. Wm. Bray,* CB. JSnt. 21 June 39; Zt. 21 Jan. 41 ; Capt. 1*14 June 50 j Bt.3£ajor, 

30 May 62 ; Major, 2 May 65 ; Bt.Lt.Colonel, 15 Aug. 68 j Lt.Colonel, 23 June 75 j Colonel, 24 Feb- 76. 
I Cuthbert Eccles,' Entign, '9 July 52 J ■£'«. u Aug. 54 ; Capt. 18 Jan. 56 ; Major, '27 Feb. 69 ; Lieutenant 



Colonel, 29 Sept. 77. , , 

Majors.— 1 Charles Patrick Stokes,' Bn». 14 July 54; Lt. 29 Dec. 54; Capt. P8 Jan. 58 j BtMajm; s J^lJ 7^ ; 
1 73 ; £r«vei Lieutenant Colonel, 11 July 79. 
ell Elliot,' Enngnj^ '21 Oct. 5^ ; Lt. 2Q Dec. 54; Capt. 23 July 58; Bt.Mtyor, $ J^^ 7* J 



ifo/or, 1 April 73 ; Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, 11 July 79. 
John M'Dowell Elliot,' Eneign, '21 Oct. 53 ; Lt. 20 D« 
M<yor, 29 Sept. 77 ; :$revet Lt. Colonel, 29 Nov^79. 



2 Augustus Charles Twentyman.'t JB«*i^, 21 Dec. 55 ; i/. 15 June 58; Capt. ^^g Oct. 63; Brevet Major, 
1 Oct. 77 ; Major, 9 July 79; Brevet Lt.Colonel, 27 Nov. 79. 



2 Walter Francis Blake 

2 Oswald Robert Middleton 

Reginald Thoresby Gwyn, Adjutant ] 

4 Ifoffolk Bijle VoVunteere ) 

X Herbert Charles Borretti<> 

2 Richard Annesley Knox 

2 Charles Greenlaw Leggett 

X Edward R. De Barry Bamett 

X James Henry M'Ewen 



Francis Robert Sandys, Adj. 4 Adm. ) 
Batt. Lancaekire RyU VoUnteere ... } 

2 John William Goddard Telfer 

2 Henry Buckton Laurence 

2 John Rimington Sharp 

X Robert Bulkeley Baldwin •• 

X Edward Zohrab Thornton, Aide de} 

Camp t^ Major General Cameron ... i 

Edward William Stokes. At^futant] 

1 Lanca$kire Militia > 

t Charles St. Clair Pote 

Philip Charles Yorke, Adj. x BueHng- ) 

kamekireBifie VoUnteere ) 

p,i.e. Edward John Lngard,^^ D.A. \ 

At{j. 4- Or. M. Gen. Aldertkoi S 

X George Ffrench Stehelin 

Henry Moore 

p.e.e. Daniel List Brain, Brigade) 

Mtfjor, Bermuda S 

X p.$.e. Edw. Rob. Prevost Woodgate" ... 
I Edward Herbert Fitsherbert 

1 Frederic Cooper Turner" 

2 Charles Edward Wright 

X Henry Boyd Sutherland 

Malby Edward Crofton 

LXBVTBKAVTt. 

2 Richard Hawes MacCarthyM 

X Richard Hall QTeen,Adjutant as Jan. 79 
a Fred. M. Gordon Hutchinson. 
2 Wm. Hnnter Buller Little 



a Robert Alexander Ofrilby 

X George Goodwin Taylor 

a John Rowlandaon, Ifi«#. ofMueketrf^ 

7 Nov. 78 J 

2 Charles Sinclair Shepbard 

X Ernest Walter Teatherd 

a Albert Washington Hay 

I Archibald Hunter, Inet. qf Mutketrjf] 

25 Jan. 79 j 

I Thomas De la Rue 

X Henry Bdmeades Baker 

a John Moore Gawne 

I Theodore Edmund Le Blanc, JFort) 
Adjutant at Trinidad. 



2 George Henry Blois Elliott.. 
X Alfred W" 



Williams Bromley. . 

a Edward Rawdon Penrose 

Robert Augustus Ritherton 

2 Frank Broadwood Matthews 

2 Charles Edgar Baumann 

T WUliamGilbwtMitchell.Innes.... 
X Thomas Richard Lytton Wilson . 



81OOVS LlBUnVlITTS. 

X Arohibald John Joseph Ross 

2 Joseph Ignatius Bonomi 

2 Ernest Augustus Frederic Carter. 

2 Alfred Bi^«y Ridley 

X Thomas Meroer Vigors 

X Thonuw Edmund Burke 

a Edgar Dolphin 

a William Lancelot James 

X Walter Henry Daffln 

X Edgar Pioain Wells 

X Thomas Cameron FitigeraldSomerviUe 
2 John Hany Blumberg Barber 
X Alloyne Uaynes 



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2irO LIXUT. 



P 2 Oct. 57 
x9June 57 

'12 Nov. 58 

29 Oct. 58 

7 Dec. 58 

'14 Aug. 60 

I'll June 6x 

18 Nov. 57 

36 Mar. 58 

X7 Sept. 58 

'18 June 6x 

'x6Aug. 6x 

X June 55 

7 June 6x 

' 8 Aug. 6a 
'x4reb. 60 
' a Dec. 6a 

x6 Jan. 63 

7 April 55 
x5 Jan. 64 

xQjuly 64 

7 April 6$ 
"ix July 65 
' 8 Aug. 65 
aaMay 66 
' 5 June 66 
'x6June 66 

a3 Jan. 69 
) 34 Jan. 69 
. 35 Jan. 69 
. '27 Nov. 67 
. '27 April 70 
' 7 Mjfcy 70 



3 Apr. 78 



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XX May 
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4 Dec. 

4 Dec. 

4 Deo. 
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a July 



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'is Oct. 
'la June 

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'34 Nov. 
I* a June 
3xMay 

» 5 Nov. 
» 7 Nov. 
••30 June 
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'17 July 

36 July 

P 5 June 
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'15 June 

XX Jan. 

33 Oct. 

37 Mar. 

' a Sept. 
7 July 
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'a6 Feb. 
'30 Mar. 
Psa Oct. 
Px3 Nov. 

3May 

1*30 Sept. 
P37 Oct. 

a8 0ct. 

a8 0ct. 

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9 Aug. 

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ax Sept. 

aoNov. 
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Deo. 



58 P 5 Jan. 66 
58 '15 June 66 

63 j» 9 Oct. 69 

6a|'22 0ct. 70 
631*13 Nov. 70 
Js^sMay jx 
65 P 2 Aug. 7x 
60 X7 July 72 

6x ax Aug. 73 

63 x5 Jan. 73 

65 X April 73 

65 3 Mar. 74 

57 X April 70 

63 31 Oct. 74 



x8 Deo. 75 

8 AprU 74 
x4June 76 

a8 0ot. 76 
33 May 63 

xAug. 77 

39 Sept. 77 

a Mar. 78 

31 Aug. 78 

30 Nov. 76 

14 Dea 78 

a8 Jan. 79 

9 July 79 



39 Jan. 



34 Aug. 78 
37 Apr. 79 



X OoL 77 
89 Nov. 7 J 



^ General Hodgson served wtlh 
the 45th Regiment in the first Bar- 
mese war (Medal with Clasp). 



Faeinge Blue. — Agente, Messrs. 
Cox and Co. Iriek Agente, Sir K. 
Borough, Bt, and Co. 

jet Battalion embarked for GibraUar, 
37 September X874. D^jwt, with vmd 
Battalion. 2nd BatlaUon returned from 
ITova Scotia, sJulgiS6». 



X3 Aug. 79 

Pagmaetere.^j Robert Simpeon,>« a Deo. 7S ; Ene. 'xs Nor. 6x ; Lt, »s Jan. 6S 
quarter Maetert,—i William Anderson, si Sept. 7a. 
a Henzy Rowland, X3 jnly 78. 



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; Copt. t$ Apr 74. O 



4lh (The Kiiit/s Oivu Royal). 139 

* Colonel Bray served with the 31st Re^. thronghont the campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan under General 
pollock, and was preseat at the actions of Mazeena, Tezoen, and Jngdulluck, the occupation of Cal)ool, and the 
'hilerent engagements leading to it (Medal). Served at the capture of Khytul in May 1843 with the Uniballa 
Brigade. He commanded Detachments of Infantry and Cavalry in the suppression of the election riots at 
Nottingham in July 1865, and was commended by H.B.H. the Commander in Chief *'for his a<bnirable and 
praiseworthy conduct, «nd the firmness and ability he displayed on that occasion." Served with the 4th King's 
Own throughoot the Abyssinian campaign, and was present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magd^a, 
and commanded the Rear Guard of the Ariny continuously on the return to the coast (mentioned In despatches. 
Brevet of Lt.Co1onel, and Medal). 

s Lt.CoIoneI Bcdes served with the 4th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of x854-55,including the battles 
of Ahna (carried the Colours) and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of the iZth June and Sth 
September (Xedal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^ LtO)lonel Stokes served with the 4th Regiment in the Crimea from 9th Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, and repulse of the attack on the CSemetery on the night of the aist June 1855 — name brought to the 
notice of the (Commander in Chief for "distinguished conduct" in the Trenches (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). Served also in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59 : ^v'^^ sci^t into the Mahee Kanta in the monsoon of 
1S3S in command of a Light Field Force consistug of 170 of the Guzarat Irregular Horse, the 4th Foot, and and Na- 
tive Infiuitnr as a support to Captain Heyoock's Force during operations in the field, engaged at the attack and 
osptore of Mondetti ; commanded a Detachment of 4th Foot with Brigadier Macau's Field Force early in 1859 (Medal) . 

* Lt.Ck>loDel Blliot served with the 4th Regt. the siege and Call of Sebastopo In 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Xedal). 

*t Lt.Co1oneI Twentyman served throughout the Abyssinian campaign in the Transport Train (Medal). 

^* Captains Borrett and Simpson served throughout the Abyssinian campaign, and were present at the 
action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

" Captain Logard served In the 4th Regiment throughout ^e Abyssinian campaign of 1867-68, and was employed 
with the Transport Train (Medal). ^ ' 

u ICi^ Woodgate served with the 4th Regt. throughout the Abyssinian campaign, and was present at the action 
of Arogee and capture of Magdala (Medal). Accompanied Sir Gramet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 
01^ special service, and served throughout the Ashanti War of 1873-74, includmg the action of Essaman, repulse of 
the Ashanti army at Abrakrampa during the 5th and 6th November 1873 (in command of the Kossoos), reoonnais- 
asnoes in force of the 8th and a7th November, and battle of Amoafal (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp) . 

i> Osptain Turner served as a Midshipman in the Indian Nav^ from 1858 to 1863, and was present at the assault on 
the Island of B^yt in October 1859, ^^^ served with a Naval Brigade in the Okamundel Field Force in the operations 
before Dwarka, and at its capture in Nov. 1859. Served also the China campaign of x86o, and was present at the 
csptore of the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). Served with the 4th King's Own throughout the Abyssinian cam- 
paign of z86r-68, and was present at the action of Arrogee and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

'* lient. MarCarthy served in the second phase of the Ashanti war in 1874 in the Transport Service, and was in 
ebsrge of the Poet at Aooroful (Medal). 



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''d^B?4;.?S:SlSi"-^SS:l 5th (Northumberland Ihmliers). [I'^iJ^^J^X 

-Faiavoeant,*' St. George and the Dragon. The Rose and Crown. The King'g Crest. "1 



LBIJL 
[alf 



rSHbDutrieiVo.x. 

Bttiiiek-«B-Tw«6d. 

,.^ - .. .. « .. o "Wilhbi.kbti.hl" 

Vimibba" ••Cobukba" "Bubxco" "Ciudad Rodbioo" "Badajoz" "Salulutoi." "Vixtobu." 

NXVBLLB** "ObTHBB" " ToULOUSB " *' PBlTIirSULA '* "LuCBJfOW." 

GolonaL— WiUiam Lygon, Sari of Longford,^ XCB. En; 'as Aug. 37; Id. ^sz Aug. ag; Cbpl. '26 Jan. 44 ; 

Major, «6 Jnly 53 J Lt.CoUn^l, 13 Deo. S4 ; Oo'<hm/, 17 July 55 ; Major General, 6 March 68 ; U,Qmeral, 

3 Jane 77 j QenercA, 32 July 79 ; Colonel 5 Foot, ix Sept. 78. 
Lieutenant Golonela.— i William Roberts,* Oemmanding a Brigade qf the Bengal Armg; JSne. 't Nor. 39 ; Lt. 

10 July A3: Obji^. '17 Aug. 53; Bt.Mqfor,n Nor. 55; Mtyor, 17 Sept. 58; Bt.Zi.Colonel, 27 Dec. 64; 

Lt. Colonel, '3 June 65 ; Colonel, 27 Deo. 69. 
3 Thomas SooveU Bigge,* Sneign, ^7 June 54 ; Lt. nt Sept. 54 : Capt. S June 56 iMqfor, '18 Oct. 64 ; JUrevef 

Lt,Oolonel, 23 3fay 74 ; X<«Kt«ioii/ Colonel, 31 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 33 May 79. 
Xajon.— I Thomas Rowland,? JSm^, aa Deo. 48; Lt. ''39 April 53; Capt. 2 March 56; Major, ^^ts May 

66 ; Brevet Lt. Colonel, 32 Sept. 75. 

1 John Granville Harkneas,* Mneign, 13 May 53; Lt. 19 Aug. 54 ; Capt. 18 Jan. 56 ; BtMajor, 30 Mar. 72 ; 

Major, 31 Oct. 77 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 1 Jnly 78. 

2 Frederic Pocklington,i» J5imv«» ''9 Oct- S3; ^' 8 Dec. 54; Capt. »x8 Jan. 56 ; Bt.Mmor, xa Apr. 72 

Mi^jor, 31 Oct. 77 ; J?^.i*.09toiwZ, 15 Aug. 78. 
2 George Henry James Mowbray Chapman," .^Mn^n. '21 Nor. 5:; Lt. 6 June 54; Capt. a6 Dec. 57; 
Bt.Major, $ July 72 ; Breoet Henienani Colonel, xo July 79 ; Major, 5 Oct. 79. 



CAPTiiirs. 

2 Philip FitzRoy " 

2 Edwin John Oldfield" . 



I «.«.c. John Creagh" 

I John RiceNewbolt 

1 Henry HartleyTaylor, Interpreter 

z Alfred Robert willuunThistlethwayte 

2 John James Robinson 

John Johnson Bradshaw, Adj. i Adm. 1 

Bait. Northumberland Bifie Vol j 

Frederic Arthur Forsyth 

1 Herbert Silverthome Williams 

X William Ford Longboume 

William Church Ormond 

David Gregory Beamish 

3 Charles deJersey Greeme 

p.e.c. Wm. Assheton Kardley Wilmot, *» 

D.A.A. 4- q.M. Gen. Ireland $ 

John Love Vincent, Adj. Nortkum-^ 

herUnd MUitia i 

3 William Sanders Darley 

2 Frederic Richard Carleton 

2 Charles Herbert Broad 

2 Charles Hackett 

Wilfred FitzAllan Way 



2 Josiah William Pearse Hobbs, Adj. a \ 
Adm. Bait. Ayrshire BiJU Volunieere ) 
2 George William Hargreave 

LlBUTBKUrTB. 

2 Henry Aitken Cherry, Adj. 26 June 78 

X George Hart Dyke 

Edward LeMarchant Trafford, A^w ") 



> 6 Oct. 54 

»3iAug. 55 

28 April 54 

3 Aug. 55 

15 May 55 

16 Mar. 55 
19 June 55 

30 Mar. 58 

X April 58 
23 April 58 
15 June 58 
x3July 58 
as Aug. 

3 July 
'a9Mar. 



July 6z 

» 8 July 62 

9 Oct. 63 

XI Sept. 63 

» 9 Aug. 64 

»i8 Oct. 64 

' 4 April 65 

'23 June 65 



ten/ 8 April 78 
Jlgc 



85 July 
' 7 Nov. 

^19 Dec. 



X Henry Kilgonr 

2 Charles George Heathcote 

2 Reginald Hebcr Thurlow 

1 James Sinclair Cramsie 

2 Middleton Westenra Biddulph, Inet. ) 
of Muehetrg Z2 Feb. 79 5 

2 Richard Williamson 

Samuel Boxwell 

p.9.e. Robert Auld, Aide de Camp to 5»r "> 

Arthur Borton > 

Alexander Chancellor 

Percy Francis Lambart .... 
Harris England Buchanan , 
Chas. Gilbert Colvin Money, 
Henry Beaufoy Thomhill . 
Arthur Lionel Pennington . 

Reginald Ker Kays 

z John Warre Malet 

George Frend 

3 Ernest James Robinson .... 

3 Hon. Charles Lambton 

3 George Leslie Orred 

a Thoe.GravesLowryHerbert-Armstiong 

BVB LlBFTBHAiraS. 

Clement Edmond Sherard 

Sboovd LisiJTBVAjrrB. 
z Thomas Yeats Whittingdale .. 
3 William Eden Sturgee 

^ Olarl 



BKSIOK OB 
3WD LIBUT. 



61 



4 Sept. 

•6 Oct. 

15 Jan. 
Pz5 Jan. 
Pz7Feb. 

26 Oct. 

34 Dec. 



P23 Aug. 

z April 62 

'23 April 62 

z Aug. 62 

' 3 Sept. 62 

'zx Sept. 63 

»3i May 64 

9 Aug. 64 



65 
65 

6s 
Pz3Feb. 66 
'z7 April 66 
P 8 June 67 
»z3July 67 

Px6 0ct. 

'22 Jan. 
1*22 Aug. 

X3 Jan. 



'24 Jan. 

'29 Sept. 
Px3 July 
'is Oct. 
'16 Oct. 
''32 Aug. 

' 3 Feb. 

P27 Feb. 

"27 Feb. 
PZ9 Jan. 



' 3 Feb. 
9 Feb. 
P 8 June 70 



X9 Deo. 77 



30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 

z May 
zx May 
zx May 
XX May 
XX May 
XX May 
ax June 
x3 Aug. 
23 Jan. 

6 Aug. 79 
79 



X Hugh Latimer Clark 

z Gerald Montrisor Harding.. 

a Francis Charles Carter 

3 William Edmund Hill 

3 Edward Charles Frederick Hore . 

Dudley Stratheam Stewart 

3 Thomas David Pilcher 

2 Alfred Ashurst Etheridge 

2 Edmund William Dashwood 

Albert Edward Whitaker 

John Rassell Colqohoun Colvin xaAug. 

Aubrey George Bralthwaite I xx Oct. yy .«,^^_^,, 

Puymoftor*.— a William Barton Wade,» x Apr. 78 } Sne. xx Mar. 59 i ^*' '^4 Jan. 6a ; Capt. ax Julj 75. 
Quarter Mattore.-^i Francis Drake,** 17 Nov. S7« 
_ a Michael Downey, 4 Oot.jj 
Tbciwo* . • - ■ - 

an^ Battalion returned from MauAiiue, July 1867. 



65 
65 
67 
67 
67 
68 

69 
69 

69 
70 

' 9 April 70 

P 8 June 70 
P30 Nov. 70 
P24 Dec. 
P22 Feb. 



28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 7z 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 

28 Oct. 

29 May 
23 April 73 
XX Sept. 76 
XX Sept. 76 
29 Nov. 76 
29 Nov. 76 
XX Feb. 77 
3xMay 77 
xs July 78 

3 April 78 



SUB LIBUT. 



6 Oct. 75 



BT.Iff.COI.. 



Pis April 58 5 July 

' 4 l?'eb. 59 5 July 72 

16 Dec. 60 29 Dec. 73 

''23 June 63 I Oct. 77! 

''X4 June 64 X Oct. 77 

>'33 Jan. 64 X Oct. 77 

5 Jan. 70 
'22 Mar. 

36 June 73 

5 Oct. 73 

16. Jan. 73 

12 Feb. 73 

29 April 74 

29 April 76 

14 June 76 

24 June 76 

31 Oct 77 

23 Jan. 78' 

29 Jan. 781 

2 Mar. 78 1 

15 May 78' 

15 Jan. 7Q 

5 Oct. 79 



7 Lt.Colonel Rowland served with 
the xst Royals in the Crimea from. 
the 29th Aug. X855, including the 
siege and &11 of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

» Lt. Colonel Harkness served with 
the 55th Regt. throughout the Eastern 
campaign of X854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of a6th 
Oct. 1854, and assault of the Redan 
on 8th Sept. (Medal with three 
Clasps. 5th Class of theMedjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 



3 Michael Downey, 4 Oct. 73. . « , j 

g» Bright Green.— ii^«i««, Messrs. Clox and Co.— Jrw* Agent», Sir i; Borough, SfiilftASW 
iatiaUon embewhed for India, 35 Aug. x866. Depdt, oHoAed to and Batialion^^"^^^^^ 



Sth (Northwnherland FtistUers), 141 

' Lord Lonffford served the Soetem campaign of 1854-55, as Auistant Adjatant General, up to the 24th June 1855, 
after whidi as Adjutant General, incladinj? the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege and fkll of 
Sebsetopol (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Of&oer of the Legion of Honor, Commander 2nd Class St. Maurice and St. 
Uouns, 3rd Class of the Kedjidie, and Torkish Medal). 

' Colonel Roberts served with the 28th Begt. thronghont the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, inclnding the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fl^ of Bebastopol, and alfoir in the Cemetery on the i8th June (Medal 
with three Clame, Brevet of Mi^jor, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Commanded a i>etachment of 500 men of the 28th I^egt. against the Waghors with the Okamnndel Field Force in 
1859. indnding the assault on the Fort of Beyt on the 6th Oct., and sie^e and occupation of Dwarka ; commanded 
the reeonnaissance on Dwarka £rom Lt.Colonel Donovim's Force, consisting of 2 ueld-pieces and 150 men, on the 
rfth October 1859. 

* Colonel Bigge served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Crimea f^m the 18th Nov. 1854, including the siege of Se- 
hattopol, assault of the Quarries on 7th June, and assaults of the Redan on the x8th June and 8tn Sept., and was 
wounded in the Trenches on the night of the 24th August (Medal with CTlasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Vedal). Served with the 5th Fusiliers in the Indian campaign in 1857-59, including the action at Sheorsjpore, 
defence of the Alumbagh in October and November, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde including attacks on the Dil- 
koosha Martiniere and Seonnderbagh, defence of ;the Alumbagh under Outram firom November to March including 
tbe whole of the operations, siege and capture of Lucknow, and subsequent campaign in Oude in 1858-50 including 
the action of Bnxar Ghat and defeat of the rebels under Beni Madhoo, and capture of Fort Omereah (Medal with 
two Clasps, and grant of a year's service). 

^ LtColonel Pocklington served with the 38th Begt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battle of Alma, siege and fbll of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

" l4»Colonel (Thapman commanded a detachment of the 5th Fusiliers and the Calcutta Naval Brigade in 1857-58 
in pursuit of the Dacca Motineersand nth Irregular Cavalxy— received the thanks of the Lieutenant Governor 
cf Bengal. Served with the 5th Fusiliers during the Oude campaign of 1858-59 (Medal) . 

" M^or PitzBoy served with the 5th Fusiliers during the Sepoy mutiny in 1857-58, and was present at the relief 
of Lneknow by Lord Clyde, including the attacks on the Dilkoosha, Martiniere, and Secunderbagh ; with Ontram's 
Division in the Alunbagh and engaged in the various operations there ; also at the siege and capture of Lucknow ; 
wts subsequently present in the Oude campaign in 1858-50, inclnding the action of Buxarghat and defeat of the 
rebels under Beni 2£adho, cai>ture and destruction of the Fort of Omereah (Medal with two Clasps, and a year's 
Mtrioe). 

>* Ha^ Oldiield served in the Indian campaign of 1857-50, and was present at the relief of Arrah (wounded) and 
defeat of the Dinapore mutineers at Jugdespore (mentionea in desiuitches) ; present with Havelock^s Force in the 
actions of Mungarwor and Alumbagh, and defence of the latter until arrival of Lord Clyde ; actions of La Martiniere 
aod relief of Lndsxow ; with Outram's Force at the Alumbagh, in repulse of numerous attacks and operations ending 
in the capture of Lacknow; snbsequen^y in the final campaign in (Jude, including capture of the Forts of Shnnker- 
porc, Ometee, and Oomrea, and actions of Dounderkeira and Buxarghat (Medal with two Clasps, and grant of a 
TCtr's service). 

'*]I^|or Oesagh served with the 5th Fusiliers thronghont the Indian mutiny campaigns of 1857-59, and was pre- 
•esl with Havelock's Force at the assault and relief of Lucknow, subsequent defence of the Besidency, occupation of 
the Ahnnhagh under Outram, capture of Lucknow and subsequent operations in Oude, the greater part of the time 
u idjuftant of the 5th Fusiliers (Medal with two Chisps, and one year's service} . 

■ (Saptain Wade served with the 26th Camercnians in the Abyssinian campaign in x868 (Medal). 

" ()r.MaBter Francis Drake served with Havolock's Column in 18^7 in the action of Mungarwar, capture of the 
Afambsgh, relief of the Besidency of Lucknow and its subsequent defence (wounded) ; throughout the operations 
attbe Ahnnbagh under Ontram, and at the final capture of Lucknow; also in the Oude campaign of 1858-59, in- 
eluding the action of Buxarghat, capture of Omerah, and destruction of other forts (Medal with two Clasps, and 
r«at of a year's service). 



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iBt Batt., SoorkM. B%ngtiL. 1 
aii<lBatt.. Cawapora, fieapil. J 

The Antelope. The Roae and Crown 

*• NiTBLLB 



6th {Royal ist Warvnckshire) [l"4^'^:Vi2:.i... 

""VlTTO«IA"**Pl 



' PYBBBKXii ' 



' ROLBIA. " •' VlMIBBA. " ** COBUHITA " 

*0bxhb8** "Pbkihbuli." *' Nii.qa.ba." 

Ser. Colonel.— John fTolliott Crofton.i Jffniri^n, i8 Dec. 24; Z^ '29 Ang.'* 26 ; Cop/. '17 Jnly 35 ; Major, 'isApH' 
g»}J| 42; Lt.Colonel, 7 Aug. 46 ; Colonel. 20 Jnnc 54; Major Oeneral, 9 Mar. 61; Lieut. General, 21 Aug. 74.; 



Pay. 



General, 21 Aug. 77 ; Colonel 6th Foot, 5 So])t. 69. 
Lieutenant Oolonelt.— 2 Henry Broome Feilden.^ Eneign,^ 21 Sept. 52; if. 6 June 54; Capt. '31 Aug. 55 : 
Major, '8 June 67; Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, 9 June ;6 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 24 Feb. 77 

1 James Nicholas Colthur8t,«^»iWyn, 14 Oct. 51; Lt. 'ii May 55; Capt. 17 Nov. 63; Major, 28 June 71; Brent 
Lieutenant Colonel, 1 Oct. 77 ; Lt. Colonel, 3 April 78. 

Kajort.— I Lewis Blyth Hole,7 .En*. 3 Dec. 52 ; Li. '7 June 54 j Capt, 29 Sept. 59 ; BUMaj. 5 July 72 ; Major, \o 
Sept. 75. 

2 Dawson Kelly Evans," J^Miyn, 15 Jan. 56; Li. 15 Feb. 58; Cop^ '29 May 63; Bt. Major, 1 Oct 77; 
Major, 23 Jan. 78. 

2 Spencer Field, Eneian, 2 Feb. 55 ; Lt. 4 Feb. 56; Oipf. '22 May 64; Bt.Mqjor, i Oct. 77 ; Major, 3 AttU ;«'. 
I James George Cockbum," En»ign, '15 April 56 ; Lt. 26 Feb. 58 ; Capt. ^3 May 64 ; Bi. Major, i Oct. 77 ; 
Major, 26 Nov. 78. 



*6 



CAPTi.IK8. 

1 Albert Henry Harrison^* 

Charles William Henry Wilson^* 

1 James FitzGeraldi* 

1 Jacob Biggs Hopkins 

2 Heniy PeaseleyL' Estrange St. Ueorge ... 
I Gustavus Wheatley Berry CoUis" 

1 Adolphus Randolph Augustus CoUis 

2 George Sharpe Grimble 

Willi«mThomhillBloi8,^di. J Warwick \ 

MilUia S 

2 David Michael Francis Brady" 

Champion Jones 

James Ruddle Gibbs, Adj. 2 Warwick Mxl. 

1 Gerald de Courcy Morton,* Brigade) 

Major, Cabul Force S 

2 Augustus William Whitworth" 

1 Frederick Leigh Grundy 

2 JamesLewis 

2 James Edgar Baines 

X Richard Meredith'* 

2 Henry Deering Thomas 

2 Frank Longboume 

2 Neville Frederick Mansergh 

LiBUTBNAKTB. 

2 Gerald Hyde Charles Stracey*' 

1 Edward Arthur Ball," .i<2/M<an< 27 Apr. 75 
I Arthur MuUaniffo O'Beime 

1 Richard John Doyne 

2 Denman Crofl Murray 

1 Edward Henry Corse Scott 

t Edward John Winnington-Ingram 

2 Willoughby E. Gerdon Forbes 

1 Henry Blake Harward 

I St. George John Rathbome 

1 Thomas Gheorge Lumsden,/iMf.o/ JTh^A;. ) 

6 Aprils r 

2 William Erskino Scott, In^i. of Mueketry S 

28 March 79 ) 

Gregory Haines, Aide de Camp to Com. 

in Chief, Batt Indiee 

1 Morey Quayle Jones 

1 William Conrad FaithftiU 

2 John William Stevenson 

Edward Maurice Eyre 

Nev ill Francis Augustus Maun sell 

2 Arthur William Fnnk Jackson 

1 Frederick Thomas Clayton 

2 Henry King 

2 Herbert Edwards Trwin,^4;«faii< i Sept. 79 

2 Henry Weston HelyaT 

a Alexander Charles EBaanuelM'Kinstry. 



SbOOITO LxBUTBHAim. 

z Francis Henry Cornish 

X HughMansel 

2 George Edward Godftev Waller Bird.. 

2 Cecil de Courcy Etheridge 

2 Henry Bnlckley Burlton Watkis 

2 William Joseph Newell, Interpreter 

I Charles James Cockbum 

1 George Alexander Hay 

X Francis George Rodney Ostrehan 

2 William Golvile Jephson 

2 Percy Rice Mockler 

1 Herman James Shelley Landon 

2 George Rodney Brown 

2 Lindsay Sherwood Newmarch 

1 Robert Henry Twigg 

2 James Frederick Greenwood 



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29 Dec. 57 

23 April 58 

23 Mar. 58 
31 May 64 

24 Apr. 58 
27 April 60 

''21 Sept. 60 

18 Oct. 59 
62 



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'19 Dec. 

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10 Dec. 57 
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23 Jan. 69 
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25 May 
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22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
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14 Jan. 63 

29 May 67 
P 3 Oct. 62 
» 8 June 67 

»'i3July 67 

^li Sept. .67 
' 9 Nov. 67 
»'3oSept. 68 
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»i7Mar. 69 
^'29 May 69 
'28 May 70 
••27 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

a8 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 
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15 Jan. 73 
9 Aug. 73 

9 Aug. 73 

12 Nov. 73 

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a Dec. 74 

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22 May 76 

29 Nov. 76 
xQ April 77 
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' 8 June 67 
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28 Oct. 76 
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^ General Crofton was appointed 
Persian Interpreter to the force undtr 
Brigadier General Litchfield in August 
1832, and served with it throughout 
the arduous operations in Parkur.and 
againBt the tnbee in the N.W. Desert, 
which ended intiie taldnf^of Balmecr. 
He was also employed at the defeDie 
of Aden against the Arabs in 1840-41 ; 
and commanded the expedition seiii 
to the Red river, Prince Ruperts 
Land, via Hudson's Bay, in 1846, un- 
der instructions for the defence of 
the British settlements in the event 
of war with America for the Oregon 
territory. For this service he reoei ve<i 
the thanks of the Duke of Wellington 
and the Colonial Secretary. 



Fa]fma$ieri.—i William Wastell » ax Dec. 60 ; Bneign, 30 Nov. ss i I^- «« J»n- 58 ; Son.Major, ax Dec. 70^ 

a Octovius WUliam Hill," x Apr. 78 ; Ent, 1 June $5 1 ■^•' 8 Jan. 58; Capt. 13 Nov, 7a. 
Quarter Ma*tert.—i George Beedle,^* xo July 66. 

a Timothy Philip Geoghegan,** 9 March 66. 
Paeimge Blne.—AgenU, Messrs. Cox and Co.— ZritA AgemU, 5tr B. Borough, St, and Co. 
let Batt, embarked for India, 7 Dee, 1867. ^*^ ^^tt, returned from Jammca, 3 Mag 1867. j 

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* U.CoIonel Feilden served with the 38th Regiment the Eastern eunpaign of 1854, and np to Jnly 1855, inoluding 
Uie battle of Ahna and siege of Sebastopol— wounded (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

* LtCoIonel Ck>lthur8t served as Ai^utant of the 83rd Regiment during the suppression of the Indian mutiny and 
«M prasent at the siege of Kotah and its capture by assault on 30th March 1858, afibir of Sanganeer, defbat of 
tkt Gwalior rebels at Kotaria, surprise of and attack on the rebels at Seckur (Medal with Clasp). 

'M^or Hole served in the Indian campaign in 1858, including theoperationsin the Jugdeepore Jungle (Medal). 

"Major Brans served with the 6ih Regiment in the Indian campaign in 1858, including the operanons in the 
Jn^despore Jangle (Medal). Served against the hill tribes of Sikidm during the close of x86o, and was twice in 
tiwnmand of Patrols engaged with the enemy. Also in the Hazara campaign of x868, includisg the subsequent 
opeiations in the Black Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

" Mijor Oockbnm served as Brigade Major to the and Brigade of the Hazara Field Force of z868, including the 
fobMqnent operations in the Black Mountain (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). Served in the Looshai 
eampsign of 1871-72 as Aide de Camp to Brigadier Oeneral Brownlow (mentioned in despatches. Clasp). 

14 Osptain Harrison, G. W. B. Collis, Brady, and Whitworth, Lieutenant Ball, and Quartermaster Beedle, 
•erred with the 6th Regimentin the Hazara campaign of x868, including the subsequent operations in the Black 
Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

" Captains Wilson and FitzCrerald served with the 6th Regiment throughout the operations against the hill tribes 
of SiUdm in i86x. Also in the Hazara campaign of x868, including the subsequent operations in the Black Mountain 
(Msdal with Clasp). K-e . b 

i> Osptain Meredith and Lieutenant Stracey served with the 6th Regiment in the Hazara campaign of x868 
(Meiisl with Clasp). 

" lUior Morton served as Adjutant of the xst Battalion 6th Regiment in the Hazara campaign of x868, inolud- 
mg the subsequent operations in the Black Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

"M^orWastell served with the 6th Regt. in the Kaillr war of X846-47; also throughout that of 1850-53 (Medal), 
iadodisgthe operatioDs in the Fish river, AmatoUs, and both the Trans-Kei expeditions. Served in ^e Indian 
Mutiny campaign in 1858. Also in the Hssara csmpaign of t868 (Medal with Clasp). 

** Quarter Master Geoghegan served with the 89th Regiment in the Chrimea from agth Dec. 1854. including the 
nefesnd fkH of Sebastopol, and attacks of the i8th June and 8th Sept. (Medal with CHasp, and Turkish Medal). 
Scrred also during the suppression of the Indian mutiny in X857-59, including the pursuit of the rebels under 
I^Btia Topee in Rajpootana and (Central India (Medal) . 

* (Ssptiin Hill served as a Midshipman in the Indian Navy in the Burmese war in 1853 (Medal with (Hasp for 
Pegu). 



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'Henrr Kcnj^ Stuign, a6 Jan. 55 ; Li, 



16 Feb. 78. 

Robert Wfttsbta Sparks, Bn*.j6 Mar. 55 ; X«.»»3 Anp-SS J 
a William Butterworth Colvin, AttUtant Quarter Matter 
Capi, P7 Nov. 6a ; Jf.lfd^/or, 19 Dec. 76 ; Jfo/or, 25 Sept. 78. 



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27 July 55; Capt, 'xi April 62; St.Major, 19 Oct. 75; Jf^/w. 



lA-j i8tBatt.,C«rk. 

wi "'^ Batt., Bombay. ^ 

Tm White Bo«e within the Oarter^and the White Horse. *' HA.BniixQTrB " 

"BA»Ajo»**'*SAULifAaroA»' "Vhtobia" "Pybxitmb" "Oothm" •« Totooubb " "Pbwimula' 
" Alxi. " ** IvKxaxAv " " Sbtabtopol.*' 
(MJanA'.^'^'e.'kidhdTd, Lord Airev,^ QCS. Bneign, 15 Mar. ai ; X«.»4 Dec. 
'9 May 34 } Lt.Cokmel, 'xo Feb. 38 ; Colonel, 11 Nov. 51 j JUajor General, xa 1 

6a; Gewrai, 9 April 7x; OBtotM* 7th Foot, T May 68. _ ^ , ..r 

Limitenaot Oblondt.— x George Henry WaUer,« Bneign, xo Ang, 54 ; X*. aa Dec. 54 ; Oapt. »ao Mar. 57 ; 

Jfo/or, P31 June 64; X^.OotoiMl 'aSOct. 71; ^o'o'^^'SOct. 76. ., . « , , « . 

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\ Mhowi En: 17 Nov. 57; Lt. ^6 Aug. 59; 



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GAPfAnrB. 

x ThoBias Burton Yandeleur 

a Fitzmaurice Beaucfaamp* 

X Bobert Fowler Butler 

X Frederick Charles Keyser 

3 Henry Wadham Looke Paddon^ 

George Augustus Sweny," Adjutant a6 "> 

KentBiMe Volunteer§ } 

a William Wheaton Chard 

X Georiro Brooke Meares,i<> A^. x Adm. \ 
Bait. Tomer Hamlete Bi/le Volmuieert) 

Robert Henry Maude 

a William Daly 

a Benjamin Stephens du Jardin 

Henry Burton Winter, Adjuiami SoHth\ 
jliiddUeex MUUia i 

Qeoffty Barton." ai 8tqf CoUeae 

Joseph Smith, Pair«a«<tfr DeolaliDepot... 
a Thomas Groube^^. 

j».«.0.ThQmas John Raymond Mallook, ^ 

Oarrieon Inetmetort Portemouih } 

a Robert Barlow Manning 

X Gardiner Frederic Guyon 

X John Robert Beckett 

a William ConoUy 

I John Henry Courtney Clarke 

I Albert Tanner" 

a Edmund William Adderley 



LXSVTXirAVTS. 

a Norman Pochin, Inst, of Mutt, X4 Dec.73 

X Percy St. Maur 

X Fred. St. Leger Tottenham, Jnei. q 

Muehetry 21 Aug. 78 

X Chas. Lysaght Mortimer, ^4/' ^ April 74 

a Edward Alnred Mostyn 

a Robt. Proston Birkett Rodick 

a George Francis Thunder, Interpreter ... 

a Henry Archibald Anderson 

a Charles David Myers Qt9XV,Adj.zo Sept.78 

a Edward Loftus Roche Thaokwell 

a Hugh John Hector Dive 

Arthur Hildesley Daunt 

X Wm. Henry Stopford Heron-Maxwell .. 

X Richard Lock Appleyard 

X Robert Erasmus Saunders *... 



a Colin George Donald 

X Henry BingnamMortonMansel-Pleydell 

X George Stuart Nicholson 

X George Henry Hayhurst Hn^hurst 

X George Ewbank Briggs 

X Gerald Dease 

a Hexury Porter 

a Graham Cludde Herbert 

Turner Severin Macleay Woolley .. 

Richard Daveis Gamons-WUliams 
X Edward Joshua Cooper 



SxOOiro LlBXTTXlTAirTS. 

Horace Henry Dmmmond- Wolff ... 

X Francis Charles Sartoris 

a Mordannt Lea Shipley 

9 Galfrid Cathcart do Trafford 

a Gilbert Winter Zwilchenbart Moss , 

X Charles Arthur Staniland 

a Frederic Philip Forster Wood 

a Everard Swaine Marsh 

a Edmund Musgrave Barttelot 

a William Laohlan Forbes 



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xo Feb. 

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**3i Jan. 
'x6 Jan. 
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'x6 Sept. 68 

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'a6 Jan. 58 

'xiFeb. 6a 

4 Mar. 62 

'94 June 62 

25 Feb. 

' 2 Dec. 62 

X7N0V. 63 

P X Deo. 63 
'12 April 64 
23 April 58 

'ax June 64 

'x4 Feb. 

xa June 

'30 June 

'ax Aug. 

'aa Feb. 

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'27 Oct. 

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3 Aug. 
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21 Sept. 
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13 June 
X3 June 
21 Sept. 
90 Nov. 
XX Feb. 
X3 June 
96 Feb. 
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'x8 April 68 1 
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Lord Airey served thronghoD 

the Eastern campaign of 1854-55— 

first in command of a Brigade, and 

afterwards f^om the disembarkation 

70* in the Crimea as Quarter Master 

73 1 General, and was pre ent at the 

73 'battles of the Ahna, BalaWava, and 

73 Inkerman, and siege of Sebaatopol 
73 1 (Medal with four Clasps, XCB., Com- 
mander of the Legion of Honor, Com- 
mander of ist Class of the Military 

„ Order of Savoy, 2nd CUst of the 

74 Mec^jidie, and Tui-kish Medal). 
7*1 
74 
75 
75 
74 
74 
75 
76| 

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Parinaeter$.—2 Fr«^f rick Qeoxwe FuriongMoore, 33 Aug. 64 ; Honorary Major, ai Aug. 79. 

/%. -. V ^ ' ^^''Jff ^^°?5 Percival ViUoughby, 1 Apr. 78; En». 15 June 66; xl. 23 Oct. 67; dtpt. 

Qicart#rlfM<«-#.-x Richard Barry Jupp, 9 Sept 7x. [26 Aur. ^6 

2 Henry Clowes, 12 .Tune 78. l « 7^- 

Faexng» Bine. Agtnit, MeiMs. Cox and Co. Iriih Agent*, MeF&rs. Canp^Mid Sons. 

Battahon relumed from India, 27 Dee. 70. 2nd Bcifafior. tn,l^^i^^ 



Ith {Royal Fusiliers), 143a 

*Ck>IoneI Waller flerred with ttie 7th Fnsiliers in the Crimea from the 2x8t Nov. 1854, inclading tho 8iG{?e. of 
Sebaatopol« aortie of 9th May, attack and capture of tho Qoarries 7th June (wounded) , aseanlt of the Hedan iSth Jane 
(woonded), and was in the lynches on the 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Tiirk- 
i«h Medal). 

* IiLOolonel Danbeny served with the 90th Light Infantry in the Crimea from 5th Dec. 1854, including the capture 
of the (^narries, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack of the Redan on the x8th June, and formed one of the Btomiing 
partjr on the 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

* LLCTolonel Bennett served the Eastern campaign of 1854-5^ in the 7th Fusiliers, including the batties of Alma and 
Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 26th October (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Mecljidie, and 
Turkish Medal). Served also in the Indian N.W. frontier war of 1863 with the Eusafrye Field Force, present at the 
definoe of the Songahs at the Umbeyla Pass and at the attack on and storming of tbe Conical Hill and destruc- 
tion of Lalloo on the 15th December, also in the action at Umbeyla and destruction of the village at the foot of tho 
Bonair Pus on x6th December which ended in the complete roM of the enemy fuid the submission of ihe hill tribes 
on the 17th December (Medal with Clasp). 

* Mi^ Kerr served with the 7th Shisiliers in the Crimea subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, from the 24th 
KoT. 1855 to the end of the Russian war. Also in the Indian N.W. frontier war of 1863 with the E analyze Field 
Force, present at the defence of tho Sunsahs at tlie Umbeyla Pass and at the attack on and storming of the Conical 
HOI and destmction of Lalloo on the istn Deo., also in the action at Umbeyla and destruction of tho village at the 
r.iot of the Bonair Pass on z6th Dec. which ended in the complete rout of the enemy and the submission of the hiU 
tribes on xTth Dec. (Medal with Clasp). 

* Major Beauchamp served with uie force under Brigadier Groneral Chamberlain, attached to the 24th (Muzbie) 
Sikhs, against the Mahsood Wuseerees during April and May i860, and was present at the forcing of the Burrura 
Pass, tubng of Hakeen, and other minor afflurs (Medal with Clasp). 

" (Captains Paddon, Meares, and Groube served in the Tj^h Fusiliers in the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863 
with the Enaofyze Field Force, present at the defence of the Sungahs at the Umbeyla Pass and at the attack 
on and storming of the Conical Hill and destruction of Lalloo on the 15th Dec, also in the action at Umbeyla 
and deetmction of the village at the foot of the Bonair Pass on i6th Dec. which ended in the complete rout 
of the enemy and the submission of the hill tribes on Z7th Dec. (Medal with Clasp). 

1^ Captain Sweny, as a Lieutenant in the 4th Regiment, served in Abyssinia as Aide de Camp to Brigadier Qeneral 
WOby; was afterwards appointed Provost Marshal and Baggage Master to the ist Brigade xst Division, and was 
present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatchesj promoted Captain for service, 

^ Xi^ Barton served in the Ashanti war of 1873-74 in the Transport servioe, and afterwards in Russell's 
Begiment, including the battle of Amoafhl, attack and capture of Becquah, advanced guard engagement of Jar- 
binbah, akirmishea and ambuscade afihirs between Adwabin and the river Ordah (sbghtly wounded), battle of 
Ordahsaaad capture of Coomassie (promoted Captain, Medal with Clasp). 

" (Captain Tanner served in the 72nd Highlanders throughout the operations in Central India and pursuit of 
tbe rebel force under Tantia Topee and the Bao in 1858-59. 

Con(mu(dion of Notes to Sth Foot. 

* Haiw Longfleld acoommtnied the force under Major R. B. Baynee which surprised the garrison and secured 
ihe Fort and magaxine of FhiUout on the Bntlej on the x2th and 13th May X857 ; also served at the siege of Delhi 
&cd lepnlse of sorties on oth x4th x8th and 23rd July, and capture of four guns on 12th Auguiit 1857 ; afterwards 
present in the action of DUkooeha and relief of Lucknow under Lord Clyde, the aShir of 2nd and action of 6th Dec. 
u Cawnpore, and action of Khndagunj, also served in the Oude campaign of 1858-59 as Brigade Quarter Master to 
Brigadier Hale*s Force, and was present at the attack and capture of the Fort and town of Sandce (Medal with two 



"^ 



r Whitting served in the Indian campaign from March 1858, and acted as Staff Adjutant to a Detachment 
am, and was engaged in the operations against the rebels in the jungles of Jugdespore under Sir R. Lngnrd ; 
^<o serred the campaign of X858-59 in Oude, includmg the attack and capture of the Fort and town of Sandee (MedA 1) . 

* Xajor Brown served with the 63rd Regiment at the assault of the Redan and fUl of Sebastopol, also at tho 
bombardment and sorrender of Kinboum (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

' (^ntain Lowry (late a Captain in the 4xst Regiment) served with the 4xst Regiment throughout the Crimen n 
nmnalgn, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege andfiillof Sebastopol, repulso or the sortie on 26th 
OcMoer, and aesaolt of the Redan on £th September (Medal with three Clasps, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the 
U«djidie). 

* (^ptefai Jervia served with the 33rd Regiment throughout the Abyssinian camiwign of 1867-68, and was present 
u the stonning and capture of Magdala (Medal) . 

-^ M^jor Lewis served with the 60th Rifles in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858 (Medal). Volunteered in 
Cioada m x86a to go after a party of the 4th Battalion 60th Rifles that had deserted with their rifles and ammu- 
:^uon for the purpose of joining the American Army ; these men he captured after they had fired several times on 
lu pany; for this servioe he was mentioned in general orders by Sir F. Williams, commanding in Canada, and 
'wmnaDded fbr promotion. 



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ist BaU., Warlfy. 1 qx-u /mi^ !«-• . » \ fSMh DMriel yo. i^. 

aQdBatt.,PeiwMK«tia. AfchttiiUn.J ®^^ V^'*^ l^tmj 8). iBrigade Depot, "Hvni^tUA. 

_ •* JV*o ajjMra terrent.** The White Horse within the Garter. The Royal Cypher a>id Crown. "Eorw'* 

???"J«:! (with the Sphinx). "MABtiiriQu*" "Nixox*^" "Dblhi»* "Luckkow." 

HaU Colonel.— 9 Thomas Gerrard Ball,i En*. 17 Sept. 07 ; X/. I'zDec. 08 ; Capt. '7 April 74 ; Jft^'or, '24 Jnne 34 : 

Lt. Colonel, '2 Oct. 35 ; Colonel, 9 Nov. 46 ; Mq/or General, ao June 54 ; JAeHUOeneral, 7 Mar. 62 ; G<iMra/, 

xo Jan. 70 ; Colonel 8th Foot, 17 Jnne 61. 

Lientenaat Colonels.— X Henry G 

a Nov. 55 ; Major, ax Dec. 55 ; 

2 Charles Edward Grogan, Comet, »x6 April' 47; Lt, 'aSApril 48; Capt, 29 Dec. 54 ; Major, 24 Jan. 64; 

Bt.Lt. Colonel, 6 Jan. 74; Lieutenant Colonel, 15 AufT' 77; Cto2o»eZ. 6 Jan. 79. 
Majors.— 2 Edward Tanner, Eneign, '30 Nov. 55 ; Lt. 7 Dec. 57 j Coi>*. ^4 Sept. 60 ; Major, »a4 Mar. 6p; BrevH 

Lieutenant Colonel, x Oct. 77. 
2 George Henry Cochrane, Comwumdant of Eueeomlie Depot; Enngn, 2 Ang. 48 ; LI. 13 Dec. 51 ; CopteiN, 



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2V,« 



Henry George Woods,* Enewn, 13 Oct. 43 ; Lt. ao Oct. 48 ; Copt. 29 Dec. 54 ; Bi.Mtffor, 
"^ ~ i St.Lt.Colonel, z8 Jan. 6x ; Lt.CoUmel, 15 Jane 66 ; Colonel, xo Jnly 69. 



7V,t 



21 May 58 ; JBt.Major, 5 July 72; Major, 24 Mar. 75. 
X For8terLongfleld,*J?M.x5Jan.56;X^i*xAng.56; Cap<.i'24Sept.58; Bt.Major, 
t Reginald Whitting,* Eneipn, '26 Deo. 56; Lt. 23 Mar. 58; Capt. ^15 Jan. 6x; 'B'tMajor, ao Feb. 74; 



56 ; Lt.^i Ang. 56 ; C<»<.Pa4 Sept. 58 ; Bt.Major, 5 Jnly 72 ; Mc^for, it May 75. 



CAPTi.IV8. 

William Bannatyne 

Charles Bradford Brown« 

Edward Williams 

ThomasGorges Crawley ^.i^lj.apZanarik- > 

ikire Bifie Volunteera > 

Jeremy Peyton Jones 

John Dawson 

Armar Graham Lowry7 

William Willonghby %erton 

Edwin Jervis* 

Bennett Fleming Handy 

Francis James Stuart 

Nash Short 

Arthur Fawkes 

John James Hamilton, A^f. 3 Lanca- ) 

$kire Militia S 

William Stanoomb Sinldns 

Thomas Blake Hnmfircy 

Stanley Napier Roberts 

William Louis 

Robert Julian Orde Jocelyn 

Alfred LewU" 

Arthur Henry Cope 

Stephen Brown 



gWSIGir. I LIBDT. I CirTAIW, 



27 April 58 ''X3 Dec. 59 '26 Jan. 66 



» 6 Jan. 

5 July 

3 July 
'2x Sept. 
'2? April 

8 Feb. 
P23 Aug. 

7 Aug. 
'14 Jan. 
>'28 Jan. 
» 8 Aug. 

6 Aug. 

' 9 Jan. 

»2x April 
17 Jnly 
*x9 Jan. 

'aoDeo. 
14 Mar. 

'26 Jan. 
6 Feb. 



58j»'x3Dec. 59 '26 Jan. 66 3 Nov. 78 
55 26 Feb. 56] xsJune 66 13 Apr. 79 
6o!i'27Sept. 6x^ 6 Mar. 67 



»27 Sept. 

60 P 9 Jan. 

58 }P 6 Nov. 
60 1 »! 3 Feb. 
61! 29 July 

61 P30 June 
59 1 32 Jan. 
6x '29 Nov. 
62. '25 July 

62 ]P 10 Nov. 
62>29Dec. 

61 j 30 Deo. 

63'?26 Jan. 
63.PaoFeb. 
63! XX Jan. 
64'Px3Feb. 
64,^28 Oct. 
56 2x May 
66lPioNov. 
66' '26 Feb. 



63;'x4Aug. 67 

6o'»x3June 68 

63 » X Aug. 68 

62 ' 8 June 67 

63 '10 Nov. 69 
62 24 Deo. 67 
64, 4 June 73 
65' X4 June 73 
65 3 Mar. 



74 



BBXV.XAJ. BT.LT.COL, 



LlBUTBVl.irT8. 

a Arthur Ashley Ruck, Ineiruetor qi i ^ «^k 

Musketry 6 Sept. 76 ) f 7 *^®»>- 

a James Matthew Taylor 1*29 June 

a George Villiers Turner, Interpreter I »• 17 Oct. 

X Rowland Oakelev , '13 Feb. 

1 Wm. Freeman Kelly, Adjutant xa Sept 77 ' 7 Mar. 

a William Richard Orme v j Aug. 

a Henry Thomas Granger Pa8 Oct. 

z Lawrence Charles F.TThompson '. r 5 Kov. 

X Henry Meredith Wade, Jnetruetor qf\ _^_. 
Mmketry 1 Aug^9 > '3 Sept. 

Frederick James Whalley,^!^'. 86 Aug. 76 

Henry Manley Briscoe 

T George Robert Atone 

a William Lloyd Brereton 

X Staudish Henry HarrfMu 

3 Llewellyn Salnsbury Mellor 

X Orestes John Henry Brooker 

1 Henry John Robert St George Richardson 

a Henry Arthur Fletcher 

a Percy Schletter 

a Arthur Charles Greavea Banning 

a Joseph Hnme Balfour 

X Harvey William de Montmorency 

2 O'Donnel Colley Grattan 

a Edward Levien Maisey... 

a Charles Gray Robertson 



39 July 74 

8 Nov. 74 

23 Jan. 75! 
X April 75 
07 as Feb. 75 
67 3x July 77 
68! 83 Nov. 77 
58'aoFeb. 65 

69 34 Sept. 78 

70 6 Nov. 79 



33 Dec. 78 



66.»23Mar. 70I 

66 »3o Nov. 70 

66 P25 Mar. 71 
67:P2oSept. 7' 

67 a8 Oct. 71 
38 Oct. 7x 
38 Oct. 7X 
38 Oct. 7z 

a8 0ot. 



Sbcokd Libvtbvavti. 

a Lawrence Charles Dnndas 

1 Horatio James Evans 

a John Bumard Edwards 

_ Edmund Harrington Molyneuz-Seel . 

I John Martin Longe 

a Valentine Angnstas Milman Fowler . 

I Henry John Wright Guise 

GUbert Thomas Elliot . 



7' 
8 June 73 
X3 Nov. 73 
a8 Feb. 74 
3x Sept. 74 
3 Dec. 74 
x5Jan. 75 
XX Feb. 75 
xo Sept. 75 
X3N0V. 75 
x3June 76 
xoSept. 76 



1 General Ball served in the Penin- 
sula with the 34th Regiment from June 
1809 to Nov. x8i3, including the siege 
of BadajOK in May x8zx ; battles of 
Busaco and Albuhera, actions at 
Arroyo de Molino and Almarai, 
battle of Vlttoria (wounded in the 
head) , and affairs at the Pass of Maya 
(severely wounded in the left lep). 
He has received the War Medal with 
three Clasps. 

* Colonel Woods served with tbo 
07th Regiment in the Crimea tram 20th 
Nov. X854, and was present at the 
siege and ftill of Sebastopol, and 
conmianded the Grenadiers of the 
97th with the storming party of the 
*, .-wi,-. ,« Redan on the 8th Sept.— wounded 
6 Oct. 76 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Mijor. 



ayp Li KUT. 

" 78! 



39 Nov. 76 
xoMar. 77 
33 May 77 
IX Sept. 76 



5th Class of the MeeUidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

IFor Coniinuaiion pflToUe eeepreeed' 
ingpage. 



30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
4 Deo. 
ax June 
x3Aug. 79 1 
13 Ang. 79 
X3 An»r. 7.1 



78 

78 
78 
79 



Augustus St. John Beton ', 1- oct. 



79, 



Faeinoi Vine.^ Agent; MeeSTt. Coz 
and Co .—/ria AgenU, Sir S. Borough, 
Bt.BwXCo. 

itt Battalion embarked for Malte, 9 
March 1866; Dep6t, Fvrtedown ITUl 
For'9 . ^ 

and Batf. emharkM for Tndidt, Sept. 
T877; Dfpoi, Fortedoum Mm Fhrte. 



Piiyma*/»r».— X ThoB. Palmer Senior, 15 Mhj 67; Entiffv, x8 Nov. 57 ; Lt. x6 July x; lion. Mafor, 15 May 77. 

M 

Quarter Mavterf.^x William Eoivc. 18 Oct. 71. 
a Philip Spencer, 31 Jan. 77. 



Digitized by VjOOQ IC 



Fall I Half 
Piy.Pay. 



2.'Jji^u..0mMUi«nick.Affgh»aittaB.J ^^^ ^^^^ J^OlJuLh.), Ijirii/ade Depot, Yumouih. 145 

The llgure of Britannia. "Roleia." "Vikikha" "Coruwkx" "Bosaco" " 8i.LAMA!fcx" *• Vittokia" "St. 

*"^*"A5m.a" •* NZTE " ** PsKIirSULA " " CaBOOL 1842 •* •• MOODKBK •* •• FkSOZXSHAH " ** SOBSAOir " •* SXYASTOPOL." 

.TMrt'Ser. Colonel.— 5»r Henry Batefl,^ JTCB. JSiuwn, g Jnly 29; Lf. a8 Nor. 33; Capt. '8 Ang. 45; BtMajor, 19 
Jane 46; Bt.Lt.Colonel.T Swne ^gi Major ^ **xx Oct. 53; Colonel, a8 Nov. 54; Z^.CoioiiW, r8 Sept. 57 
Major General, g Oct. 63 ; Lietti. General, 8 ilar, -2 ; General, i Oct. 77 i CuIohcI 9th Foot, 31 Dec. 71. 

lieutenant ColonJe.— x Francis Qeorge Gocksedge Probait,* Eneign, 18 Nov. 53; Lt. 2x Sept. 54; 
Capt. 29 Feb. 56 ; Mtyor, '30 Sept. 68 ; Lieutenant Colonel, ax July 77. 

a William Daant.« Entign, 13 Sept. 48 ; i<. ^xs Feb. 53; Ca;><. 29 Feb. 56; Uajor, 14 Feb. 72; Bt.Lt, 
Colantl, x8 Mar. 78 ; Lt. Colonel, i May 78. 

■igera.— X Francis Knatchbull,' JiiMy«, '5 I>ec. 51; X^ 6 June 54 ; Capt. 17 Nov. 57 ; Bt.Major, 5 July 73 ; 
Major ^ 15 Feb. 74; Bt.Lt Colonel, ix June 79. 

1 Heniy CoUingwood Vibart,* Eneufn^^iS Aug.54 ; Lt. 12 Jan. 55 ; Cap<. ''15 April 59 j Bt. Major, 5 July 7a ; 
Major, X7 May 76. 

a Cbas. John Cramer Roberts," Eneign, '21 Jan. 53 ; Lt. 9 Mar. 55 ; Coy^. '6 May 59 ; Bt.M<yor, 5 July 72 ; 
Major, I May 78. 

p.e.e. Alex. Brooke Morgan,? Entign, 6 Apr. 55 ; Lt. 28 Nov. 57 j Ca;)<. 'y Jan. 63 ; BLMajor, 15 Apr. 77 5 
Major, XI May 78. ______^ 



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Camajks. I »»"«* 

Wm. Ja8.Ma8«y,^rf/'. WeetNorfolkMilitia^^RJt}^ 

a W. H. Errington Ridsdale* 20 July 

2 Charles Smith Perry I x May 

X Arthur Henry Josselj'n : '29 May 

I John Gillespie •'ai May 

Kdmund Kerrich, Adj. 3 Adm. Batt. > i'x9 Dec. 

Smfolk Bifie VolunUer* S\ „ Tn„ 

I WUliam Richard Vandeleur ' 'o*"*"' 

I Charles Greorge Kane 'x6Dec. 

1 Herbert WitherstoneMynorsBaskerville 7 Dec. 

2 Charles More Stockley^t Brigade ) ^18 Oct. 

Major, CandnMar Force S .jt^ri 

2 Gerard Septimus Burton ^^iw". 

a Harry Hatchinson Augustun Stewart 28 Jan. 

a Robert Henry Burrell Airey" ! 84 July 

X Marsden Samuel James Sunderland ....' 30 April 

1 James Algernon Ind '24 May 

a Francis William Henry Davics Butler^'^j ** 4 Jui^c 
a John Campbell Taylor HumlVey'^ 2 x Sept. 

2 Thomas Farley** | 97 Mar. 

Daniel Dickinson, Superintendent qf\, ^15 Oct. 

Ogmnaeia, Norihern Dietrict > p,« n/>/. 

I Archibald Graham Wavell '^ ^*^*^- 

a Joseph William Minchin Cotton | 28 July 

1 Auirostus Henry Longfleld | 2 Dec. 

'P3X May 



OH : 

^ I LIBUT. 

'Ys *•" Dec. 
55 15 Jan. 

57 a Oct. 

58 '25 Sept. 
62 *'i4 June 

55 23 Nov. 

59 '23 Jan. 

58 " 3 Oct. 

59 1 » 9 Feb. 

621 10 Sept. 

59 P28 Dec. 
60,^19 Jan. 
58 ' 7 Jan. 
61, I*! 7 Jan. 
61 P 2 May 
57 1 30 June 
58, 19 Mar. 
61 '32 Sept. 

6a' 27 Mar. 

63; ► 5 June 
601 24 Aug. 
64'Px3Feb. 



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"30 Aug. 


64 


5»1 


"20 Sept. 


64 


5B' 


P 8 May 


66 


60I 


f 9 Nov. 


66 


64I 


P14 Sept. 


70I 


56| 


ao Jan. 


^'\ 


63' 


"14 Mar. 


68! 


621 


8 May 


7a; 


64 


x Jan. 


73| 



X Oct. 

I Oct. 

31 Dec. 



64, aa July 

61! 5 July 
64, 15 Jan. 
621 3 Aug. 
65 19 Jan. 
65 1 17 May 



63JP25 Dec. 67 1 

60 16 Aug. 73 

65! ax July 77 

66J x6Feb. 78 

66| I May 78 

68 1 29 Aug. 76 

67 xJan. 79 



LlBUTBVAHTS. 

I p.».e. Frederick Woodhouse James, > 
Adjutant I May 78 S 

a Charles Herbert Shepherd 

a Richard Andrews Mitcheliu 

X John BainesSeddonDeverell 

1 Edward Croft Murray 

X Octavius AUcard 1 

X Edward Bosville James 

X Fred. T. Rowan Hanulton 

X Samuel Martin Gully 

X Divie Knighton Robertson 

X Frederic William Brewster, Instructor ) 
of Mutketry 13 Sept. 79 3 

a Frederick Alexander Currie" 

a Henry Ja8.8huckburgh,'Mtf^'. 13 Jan. 78 

I Harry Arnold Armitage 

a William Gibbs Straghan" 

a George Milward Gri2ln,>» J«<. ofMue- 1 
kstry 36 Nov. 78 i 

a Lewis Horace Phillips** 

a Heniy Ozenden Weare** 

a Ralph Henry Fenwick Lombe'" ' 

a Otway Mayna" 1 

Ernest William Cunliffe ' 

a Joseph Thompson, Interpreter 

SXCOITD LiBUTBirtST*. I 

I Hastings Augustus Eyre ' 

a Arthur Sidney Vesey . 



I I Sir Henry Bates has served three 

3x Dec. 64 '23 Jon. 69 'years in the West Indies and twenty- 



' ' 2 May 
I '26 Jan. 
I 31 Aug. 
' 9 Nov. 
P29 May 
'x2 Dec. 
»X3 Dec. 
'30 Mar. 
P26 Sept. 



65 »is Feb. 
66; 28 Oct. 
66; 28 Oct. 
66! 28 Oct. 
67! 28 Oct. 
681 28 Oct. 
68! 38 Oct. 



P22 Mar. 71 



X7 Mar. 77 



2 WD LIB ax. 



2 Edward Georgo Bunbury 

2 James Lome Govan 

a Andrew Cracroit Becber 

a George Stewart Ommanney 

X William Francis Percy 

a Frederick John Dealtry Lngard . 

a Charles Edward Borton 

I Bernard de Massenden Leathes . 
a Boyoe William Morton 



ag ^ept. 

8 Dec. 
as Jan. 
30 Jau. 
30 Jan. 

xMay 

I May 

XX May 

4 Deo. 

9 July 
13 Aug. 



»'34 July 

38 Oct. 

39 May 

3 July 

4 Dec. 
I Feb. 
6 Mar. 

30 Dec. 

3 Dec. 
2i Oct. 
XX Sept. 
28 Feb. 
10 Sept. 
XX Ocb. 



one years in the East Indies. Served 
as Aide de Camp to Sir Robert 
Dick, who was killed at the battle of 
Sobraon (Medal) ; and was appointed 
after that action Aide de Camp to 
7' Lord Gough, the Commander in 
7'. Chief in India, in which capacity he 
T^jserved in the Punjaub campaign of 
^1848-49, and was present at the aflEkir 
7* of Ramnuggur and subsequent opera- 
72'tionB rosultmfir in the passage of the 
iChenab and the battles of Chillian- 
7'|vrallah and Goojcrat (Medal with two 
^^jClasps). Commandetl the South 
73 (Western Division of Ireland, Head 

73 Quarters Cork, during the Fenian 
71 Kihing of 1866, and received the 

I thanks of the Irish Government for 

74 his services on that occasion. 

7' ! * Lt. Colonel KnatchbuU served with 
7"'the 89th Regiment in the Crimea from 
74 iheisth December 1854, including the 
73 8iege and fall of ScbaKtopol, and attack 
79 of the i8tU June (Medal with Clasp, 
.and Turkish Medr.l) . 
' »t Captain Stockley served in the 
Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863, and 
was present at the attack on the Crag 
Piquet, and severely wounded on the 
Umbeyla Heights on the 19th Novem- 
ber (Modal with Clasp). Served in 
the Jowaki campaign of 1877-78 as 
Brigade Mnjor to the ist Brigade. 

" Captain Humfrey served with the 
19th Regiment in the Hazara Cam- 
paign in 1868, indudingthe Expedition 
against the tribes in the Black Moun- 
tain (Medal wibh Clasp). Served in 
the Jowaki campaign of 1877-78. 

[Notee eontinued on lower ka{f of 
totk Foot. 



'3 ,:r '*!f»«<«r#.— 3 Walter Morrison.i* 29 Dec. 57; Enturn. •? March 57: Ilon.Maior, 13 Mar. 72. 
" }"" ^ ' Kich^rd Wilson. 9 Oct. 7< : Biu>. '23 Oct. 57 ; Lt. 14 May 61 ; Capt. x Apr. 70. 

4 ' ... (i^wierUaeteru.—i William Duke, 16 Dec. 76. 

• — ' 2 Albert iUeves. 30 N»v. 78. j_ 

Fficing* YoWnw. — .ifffnt. .\nilrew Tjawn'e. E-»n. — rrf;»* Aqenfn. Mo^^rs. Csno an*! SonR. 
H Dolt. ftlHtned f.'vm Lie Cuf,e 0/ Good Mope, AhjumL, 1870. ' 2««f li^ttt. em*HirkeA for J»d a, 23 Oct. T874. 



au!. mISu"*"*] 10 til (^'^'-^^^ LincoUisldre), 

' (with tho Spblux). "PjjwiirsrLA" "Sobbaoit" "Puitjaub" "Moomait' 



rSub Di»fr\et Nr 30. 
• •*G00JJtRAt" "LUCMTOW." 



lolonel.— IT.S.fi". T'rtfiM Wm. Aug. Edward of Baxe- Weimar,^ CB. Em, 1 June 41 ; JBiw. ir Li. '8 June 41 ; 

Lt. 4r CapL P19 May 46; BtMcJor, 20 June 54 J -B^.-C*. CoZoii«l, 12! -----^ 

Colonel, s Oct. 55 j Ifi ' '" -. - ^ 

10th Foot, XI Nov. 78. 



Dec. 54; Cvpi. 4r Lt.CoUnel, i*x8Haj55's 



Colonel,' 5 Oct. 55 i Kyor fl^^iMriiJiffi'Maj^ eTuiy??; ^«wrol, 14 NoT. 798 

10th Foot, XI Nov. 78. 

ieutenantColoneU.— 2 John Byron,* En$ion, ^13 Feb. 52; 2X. 14 June S4i Cc^., '22 June 58; StMt^'&f, 
5 July 72 ; lfq;or, 12 Nov. 73 ; Z<.Co2oim2, 8 March 76. 

S*.c. William Wiltehire Lynch,* ^««v»» '»7 Sept 50; Xmk^. '13 Dec. 53; Capi.14 May 58 j JBivmI 
"o/^^i 5 Har. 61 ; St.Lt. Colontl, 31 Deo. tx ; M<yor, 96 Mar. 73 ; LtOoUma, 3 May 76 ; CoUnM, z Oct. 77- 
lajort.— 2 Frederick Browne Bandwith,« Snngn^ »x Dec. 48; -*»'. 9 Foh. 555 Capt. 13 Mar. 59; £«. J£q;or, 
5 July 72 ; Jfq/or, o Feb. 76. 

John Budge, i^iM^, 'zi Sept. 57; Lt. 26 Oct. 58; Capt. ^11 Sept. 63; BtMo^or, i Oct. 77; Uqjor, 
2 Mar. 78. 

Ernest Archibald Berger, Enaign, 2 April 58 ; LU »x8 Nov. 59 ; Capt, ^26 April 64 ; BtJltyor, 1 Oct 77 ; 
Major, 13 July 78. 

Richard Johnson, En$ign, 30 April 58; Lt. '29 Nov. 59 ; Copi. ^'3 May 64 ; Brevet Major, z Oct 77 ; Megcr, 
13 Nov. 78, ^ 



Gaptaiits. 

Clifton de NeuMlleOrr Stockwell 

Adolphus Fred. Walsh* 

William Whitia" 

Charles Anthony Denny 

Henry Guy Carleton 

John Caruthers Little, Adjuiaiat 8outh\ 

Lincoln Militia } 

Gerard Paul Townshend 

Henry Albert Piatt" 

Edmund James Young Axrostrong 

George Goope Helmo, A^'utant Morth\ 

Lincoln MiUtia ) 

p.e.c. Archibald Glen, D.A.A. 4-Q'M,l 

Oen. Devonport } 

John Smith O'Brien Blake 

Charles KnatchbuU 

Hougham Charles Huntley" 

George Hood 

Eichard George Southey 

James WolcottLang 

Eustace Beaumont Bvoraaiij, Adjutant \ 

T Adm.Batt. PerthehireByieVolunteere } 

Joseph Hamilton Hodgson 

Nicholas Purcell O'Grorman 

George Hamilton Singer 

Armstrong William Elliott" 

Robert Gardner Warton" 

Henry Robert Roberts 



SVSXOII OB 
2n> LXBVT. 



26 April 58 
x6Mar. 55 
13 Nov. 58 
» 8 Nov. 61 
8 Feb. 61 

Pie April 6z 

z6 July 6: 

' 6 Jan. 57 

Z5 Oct. 6z 

28 Jan. 62 



P 4 Feb. 

'zx Feb. 
i'a8May 
' 8 Sept 
' 4 Dec. 
19 April ( 
5 July 

'23 Aug. 

Piz Oct 
» 7 Mar. 
» 7 April t 
'zz July 
»i8 Jan. 
Pz9 Feb. 



'16 April 
9 Sept. 
»Z5 Oct. 
P 5 Sept. 
'zz Sept 

' 9 Oct. 

ZA Feb. 
20 Feb. 
'3May 

'x4 Juno 



61 'iz Oct 64 

55 *• 4 Nov* 64 

6ijPizJuly 65 

62,1*23 Mar. 67 

63 '29 May 67 




LXSUTBITAVTS. 

Metcalfe Dale 

Frederic William Key Glass 

George Blagrove Paton >» 

Herbert Meyrick,l*/n«^(^JflM.3o Nov.78 

Frank Robert Lowth" 

James deHoghton.^^^ Inti. ofMuehetry \ 

14 Sept 78 S 

Henry Gompton Sewell Goldfitip,^-) 

juiantjAxia, 78 > 

Beresford Robert Hamilton 



'29 May 67 
^22 Aug. 69 
'34 Nov. 69 
'27 April 70 
'30 Nov. 70 

23 Sept. 7T 



Henry Wiley, Adjutant 24 Nov. 77 

Charles Rudyerd Simpson 

AdrianCharles Ghanuer 

Beamish St John Barter 

Thomas Hulkes Bingham Day 

Edgar Herapath 



I Henry Bolton ^aintvaring 

" >h Rawiinso: 



WUliam Cecil Welsh 1 
William Henry Longfield . 

William Sidney Carpenter 

George Augustus Ivatt 

Walter Latham Cox 

Francis Bernard Walter Richardson.. 
Almeric Edmund Frederic Rich 



SbOOSD LXBUTBlTAirTS. 

I William Griffith Grant , 

! Henry Du Buision ., 

! Herbert Reginald Curteis Graham . 

! James Clinton HoUway , 

Hon. Bernard Henry Philip Petre..., 
William Holland Coode 

! Herbert Naylor Gaitskell 

1 Percy Francis Ralkes Newbury 

. Richard Narrien Gamble 

! Guy Campbell Glenure Beaver 

Harold Alexander 



28 Oct 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct 



28 Oct. 7z 



z6Feb. 78 

z May 78 

z May 78 

z May 78 

z May 78 

zz May 78 

zz May 78 



iz May 
25 May 

4 Dec. 
4 Dec. 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
Z3 Aug. 
13 'A.ug. 
13 Aug. 
Z3 Aug. 
z3Aug. 



30 April 

Z2 Nov. 
28 Feb. 
21 Sept. 

20 Nov. 
zz Sept. 
99 Nov. 
zz Feb. 

21 Aug. 
3x Aug. 

22 Nov. 

z3 Nov. 

zFeb. 

zz Feb. 

z7May 

23 July 



5 June 75 

23 Oct. 75 
z April 70 
8 Mar. 76 

22 Mar. 76 

64 22 Mar. 76 

64 zz Nov. 76 

65 24 Feb. 77 

65 3z Oct 77 

66 3x Oct. 77 
^'' 24 Nov. 77 

23 Jan. 78 

2 Mar. 78 

2 Mar. 78 
21 Aug. 78 
21 Aug. 78 
Z2N0V. 78 
13 Nov. 78 
z7May 79 



z Oct 77 
z Oct. 77 
Z2 April 76 



s Lt.Oolonel Byron served in fihe 
34th Regiment at the siege of Sebas- 
topol in Z854, and was wounded and 
taken prisoner in a sortie by the 
Russians on the night of the 20th 
December (Medal with Clan, and 
Turkish Medal) . Served in thelndian 
campaign in Z857-58, inclading ac- 
tions at Cawnpore under Windham, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, and 
relief of Azimghur (Medal with 
Clasp). 



'apM9tere.^i George Hamflton Anson, z Apr. 78 ; Hon. Captain, 55 , 

2 Robert M'lntosh Nott, z Apr. 78 ; J^. z3 Jan. 67 j £k. 

\uarter Ma$tere.^2 James Templeton, 97 Sept 7Z. j tet Batt. retu 



Apr. 77. 
8 July 68; Capt. 8 Deo. 77. 



^ . -, «-"»-- I . retumedy^rom Singapore, nj ApfUtBjj. 

z Albert Clay. 30 Nov. 78. _ | _ andBatt. returned from Eangotm, Z9 Fei^ z8f3. 



Faeinge YeViow.-^AgenU, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Jr»«4 AffenU,8ir E. Borough, Bt. and Cc 
Bdward of Saxe Weimar served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the Gienadier Guards, Including the 
Lima, Balaklava. and Inkerman, and siege of Bebastqpol (wounded in the leg in the Tx«nchea, z9^^ot.. 



loth {The North Lincolnshire). 147*^ 

'GoloQel I^rneh torred in Persia mth tho Sciade Hone in 1857 (Medal mthOlaap). Joined Hayelook's force 
-n us fiist taking the field in India, and was predenc in every action fought by that column (horse killed under him 
u^wnpore). Appointed to the command of a troop of Tplunteer Cavalry after the recapture of Cawnpore, and 
iUbiMaeotly senred as second in command of the Volunteer Cavalry with the Oude Field Force, and was present 
13 &U (be actions fought by that force until the relief of Lucknow on the asth Sept. 1857, uul defence of the Residency 
jia Its final relief on the 24th Nov. following by Lord Clyde (severely wounded, thanked by the Oovemor General 
tsCoonal, mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, and grant of a year's service for Luck- 
l:v). IfenciODed in Horse Gnards (general Orders *'for conspicuous «nd praiseworthy conduct" at Bermuda 
.ying the epidemic of yellow fever in 1864, when he was for some months in command of his Battalion. 

' M^or Bandwith served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and was present with the party of the zoth Begi- 
sent apder Osptain Dunbar (who was killed) at the attempt to relieve Arrah (wounded) ; advance to Lucknow, 
indutions tt Chanda, Umeerpore, and Sultanpore. siege and capture of Lucknow, storming of the Bmaumbara 
*j^Ksuabagh, passage of the Tonse, relief of Aamighur, capture of Jugdespore, and operations in its vicinity 

' }(sior Walsh served in the 63nd Regiment in the Crimea, subsequent to the flftU of BebsBtopol, from the isth 
»<ptonber x8<5 to the end of April 1856. 

" l^or Whitla commanded a detachment of the zst Battalion xoth Begiment in the Perak Bivor Expedition in 
i&75t and commanded the troops when a combined naval and militaiy force attacked and captured two stockades 
and fire gun* (Mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Msior). 

" Giptata Piatt accompanied an expedition up the River Gambia in x86x, and was present at the bombardment 
or tbe enemy's entrenched works on the banks of tbe Sowarracunda Creek, storming capture and destruction of 
u^romfledCsrawan. Kinty Cunda, and Saba. Was on board the Ftmvtranet when that troop-ship was totally 
*i«ekBd off the island of Maio on axst Oct. x86o. 

, " ^ptain Hnntley commanded a detachment of the xoth Regiment at the attack and capture of the Kapayan 
^u^f^ Sanghie Ujong, Malay Peninsula, in 1874. Also served in the Perak Expedition in 1875-76. 
^ Captain Blliott served with the xoth Regiment in the Perak Expedition in 1875, and was severely wounded at 
t^ URialt on the Malay Stockade of Passir Bala. 

"Csusin Warton served with tho loth Regiment in the Expedition into the Native State of Sunghie Ujong, 
xaity Peninsula, in 1874, and was present at the attack and capture of the Ejipayan Stockades. 

ueoL Paton serred with the zoth Regiment throughout the Perak expedition against the Malays in z875^76 
axsnonad in despatches). 

JMdettts. Meyrick and Lowth served with the xoth Regiment in the Perak Expedition in z 875, and were present 
«K&s combined Naval and Military fbrce attacked a ndT captured the Stockades and five guns at Passir Sala. 

^ Ueat. deHoghton served in the Ashanci war from the x7th December Z87-3, including the battle of Amoafiil, 
tfttcKaod capture of Becquah, andadvanoorl guard engagement at Jarbinbah (Modal with Clasp). Has been 
iviniad the Silver Medal of the Royal Humane Society; also its Gold Medal for the most distinguished act of the 



Continuation of Notes to gth Foot. 

* iLColonsl Probart served with the osth Begiment in the Crimean campaign firom the a4th Nov. 1854, inolnding 
^ aiege sod fkll of Sebaatopol (Medal with Clasp. 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served with 
w 54th Begiment during the Indian mntinv,— in Eastern Bengal against the Ghittagong Mutineers, and in Loro 
Clfde*! campaign in Oude in Z858-59 (Medal). 

' Maktt Bida&Ie served in the Jowaki campaign of Z877-78 in command of the and Battalion 9th Foot. 

' LLCk>lonel W. Daunt served in the Crimea ftom a7th Nov. Z854, Including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and 
unit on the Cemetery on the z8th June (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie,and Turkish Medal). 

^Hajor Yibart served in the Crimea tTcm x6th Feb. 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault 
'3 the Cemetery on the z8th June (Modal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . 

_ ' Muor Morgan served in the Hazara campaign in x868, including the expedition against the tribes on the 
Back UoantAva (Medal with Claso). 

*Hajor Roberts served with the 4Qth Regiment in the Oimca fi^m zst April Z855. including the siege and fall 
"i Sebistopol, and assaults of the Redan on the x8th June and 8th Sopt. (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

'^ Captam Butler served with the Chinese Coolie Corps throughout tho campaign in the North of China in z86o» 
u4v»3 present at the action of Sinho, storming of Tangku, and actions of the z8th and aist September (Medal 
vah two Clasps for the Taku Forts and Pekin) . Served with the jzst Regiinent during the operations against the 
nepmgs in the vieini^ of Shanghai in April and May z869, resulting in the taking of the stockade of Nanhsiang, 
a^aze brjr esadade of the walled cities of Kadin. Tsin]>oo, and Tsolin, the fortified town of Nf^jow, and the aflur 

J*Captsina'Airey and Farley, Lleuts. Mitchell, Currie, Shuokbnrgh, Straghan, Griffin, Phillips, Weare, Iiombe, 
«jj Jiajae served in the Jowaki campaign of Z877-78. 

„'*il^ liorrison served the Eastern campaign from Nov. X854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
^(ahl with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



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] 11th {North Devonshire). 



Brigade Depotf Bitttr, 
• NiTiLLi " " NiTB » " Obthbi " " Touiousa " " PiirunuLA." 



I8D bait., 

and Batt., Pooaa, Bombaj. 

* S1.LX1CJLX0A. " " Ptsbxmb * 

user. 0olonel.--5ir Francis Seymour,^ Bart., ZCB, Ensign, 'a May 34 ; Lt. »x6 June 37 ; Capt. P4 Sept. 40; C«p*. 
Hall 4r Li. Colonel, '38 Jane 50; Colonel, a8 Nov. 54; ifti/or Qeneral, xo Sept 64; X«.Gra«nii, 14 April 73; 
Qenn%d, i Oct. 77; Colonel ixth Foot, 7 Feb. 74. 
Lieutenant ColoaelB.— a William Taylor Corrie, £n»ign, >7 Nov. 56 ; X<. ' 15 June 58 ; Coirf. '23 July 61 ; M<»or, 

J»22 July 71 ; Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, i Oct. 77; LieiOenant Colonel, 31 Oct. 77. 
I Marcus L. M'Gausland, Eneign, 23 July 5a ; Lt. '24 Mar. 54 ; Capt. ^2 Oct. 58 j lf<yor, 24 July 71 ; 

Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, i Oct. 77 j Lieutenant Colonel, 31 Oct. 77. 
Kigors.— I Edward Birob, Bne. 1*24 Feb. 54 ; Lt. ^i May 55 ; Capt. 17 Sept. €x',Bt.Mqfor,ix Nov. 74; 2f«;V, 



Pay. 



7 Mar. 77 
WUlif 

Capt. ^ ^ , ^ . . , , , 

a John WiUiam Green, Bnihgn, '17 Nov. S7 ; i<» '" Mar. 59 ; Capt. p q Oct. 63 ; Brevet Mqjor, x Oct 77 



Uliam Adam Smyth, Commandant qf Foorundkur Sanitarium; JBneign, 5 Feb. 58; Lt, '13 July 58; 
Cavt. P21 April 63 J Jiqfor, 7 Mar. 77. 



Major, s} Oct. 77. 
1 David Halliday, Eneign, "30 July 58 ; Lt. >i6 April 6x ; Capt. P8 June 67 ; Jfa/or, i6 Feb. 78. 



Devon 



CAPTiJVS. < 

x Frederic Watson 

1 Edward Henry Hare 

2 Edward Lee Street , 

p.«.e. Charles Fred. Golvile... 

2 Alexander Henry Vaughan . 
Henrgr Herbert Skill. A^j. 

a Frederick Fitxroy Gibbons '..'. 

1 James George Ballantyne 

2 Christopher Samuel Bailey, A4fuiant^ 

Funjab Volunteere i 

1 George Vincent Meredith 

2 Thomas Albert Kemble 

a William Hamilton Marriott 

Philip Henry Smith 

1 Spencer Byng Astley 

a Richard Squire Imhoff O'Brien 

Sylvester Reid 

2 Deimett Thomas Kinder 

1 Edward Hensman Vaughan 

? p.e.e. James Walker Andrews .. 

2 James Herbert Yule 

I Charles Edward Lang 



SVSIOV OB 

avn LZBUZ. 



'29 July 59 
23 May 58 
»ax Feb. 60 
P 3 July 60 
xo April 60 

' X June 60 

4 July 60 
'aSMay, 58 

' 3 Juno 59 

18 Sept. 61 
' 8 Oct. 61 
'30 June 63 
'16 Jan. 63 
'xe Oct. 63 

x4June 64 

5 July 64 
9 May 65 

1*30 June 65 
1 Sept. 65 
X Dec. 65 

30 Mar. 



LlBUTBVAirTS. 

X Boss Thompson, /iMenietor^JfMlr«<tY I 
9 July 75 S 

t George Dodsworth Btawell 

a William Yorke 

a Richard Edward KelsaU, Inet. qfMue- ) 
tetryi Apr. 78 } 

a William Prinn Noon 

a James Browne 



X Wm. Arthur Joyce Murray, AdJ.j Aug. 77 

1 George Maokworth Bullock, of <8<c(^&</. 

2 James Herbert Vidal Braithwaite... 
a William Henxy Bishop, Interpreter 
2 Samuel Keith Harries , 

Arthur Ernest Peters 

William Tomes Fairbrother 

a Cecil William Park, J4jutani 94 Apr. 79 
~ Herbert Batson 

Heniy Charles Garden 



George Halford D'Oyly 

2 Thomas Arthur Harkness Davies . 

a Frederick Clifton Briggs 

a Edmond Talbot Stanley 

X Montagu Creighton Curry 

X Alfired Garden 

1 Edward Charles Edward- Collins , 

Sboovd Lxbutbkxktb. 
a William James Knowlee Dobbin.... 
a Leonard Hugh Vidal 

2 Arthur Phayre 

2 Philip Anderson Watson 

I John Bayly 

X Hon. Walter Yanle-Buller 

a Charles Patrick William Pirie 

X Robert Bennett 

I Henry Howard Bedingfeld 

a Regixiald Hough Light 

a James Herbert Smith 

a George John Bllioombe 



» 6 Nov. 67 

P a May 68 

" 5 Jan. 70 

P3xJuly 67 

Pxx Feb. 70 

'19 May 69 

23 Nov, 70 



13 Oct. 77 
30 Jan. 78 
x6Feb. 78 



X3 0ct. 

xMay 

X May 78 
XX May 78 

13 Jtily 78 

14 Sept. 78 
IX May 78 
13 Aug. 79 
X3Aug. 79 
13 Aug. 79 
xsAug. 79 
XI Oct. 79 



»a3 July 
'la Oct. 
' 8 Jan. 
' X Dec. 
9 Feb. 

P 5 July 
' 9 Aug. 
» a Sept. 

P28 April 

xo Sept. 
» X Dec. 
'ax Aug. 
'10 July 

II Nov. 

XI Jan. 
^ 8 June 
P14 Mar. 
►as April 
Pis July 
1*22 Aug. 

20 May 



6x!»* I Oct. 67 
60 P18 Nov. 68 
64, P X Sept. 69 
63 ^22 Oct. 70 
64|P3iMay 71 

64 '12 July 71 



64 ^aa July 
62 P o Oct. 



'as Sept. 

' 9 Feb. 
»37 Oct. 

a8 Oct. 

aSOct. 
aSOct. 
a8 Oct. 
a4 April 
31 Aug. 
15 Apr. 
a6 June 
a Deo. 
XX Feb. 

5 June 
xoSept. 
JO Sept. 
37 June 
XX Sept. 

60ot. 

6 Oct. 
35 July 
la Feb. 
a7 Aug. 



9 Oct. 
S.Jtily 73 

X April 75 

6 Aug. 75 
as Mar. 76 

7 Mar. 
7 Mar. 

xo Mar. 
31 Oct. 
31 Oct. 



77 
77 
77 

77 

^ - ?l 

— Feb. 78 
x6Feb. 78 
I a Feb. 79 



33 Jan. 



BBBV.KAJ. BT.IT.COL. 



70 
71 

1 Sir Francis Seymour embarked 
for the Bast on the a8th February 
7> 1854 with the ist Battalion Scots Fn- 
71 silier Guards, in which he sored 
71 without intermission throughout the 
7a Crimean campaign to thefUlof Se- 
7.^ bastopol on the 8th Sept. 1855, when 
74 he returned to England in conse* 
74 qnenoe of a severe wound in the head 

74 which he received in the trenches 

75 before Sebastopol while Field Officer 
75 commanding tne Right Attack on the 
75 a4th August 1855. He was present 

75 at the Battle of the Alma where he 

76 was highly commended for his gal- 

76 lant conduct. Battle of BalaklsTS, 

77 the repulse of a sortie the day after, 
77 and Battle of Inkerman where he 
7^ received a gunshot wound of the 
79 hand, and succeeded to the command 
79 of the Battalion at an early part of 

the day. WaB recommended for the 
Victoria Gross for gallant conduct 
when Field Officer in the Trenches 
on the 34th August 1855, as well as 
for his conduct at the battle of the 
Alma. Was in temporary command 
of the Battalion during a portion of 
the winter of 1854-55. (Medal with 
four Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion 
of Honor, and Class of the MedUidie, 
and Turkish Medal). 



Pagmattere.^i Fred. Wm. Vance Packman, x Apr. 78; En$, 3 July 58 ; Lt. i July 63 j Oapi. 17 M*y T4. 

a 
Quarter Maeter$.—i William Mullins, 17 July 63. 
a George Evans, 33 May 77. 

Faeinge Green.— 4^e«^«. Messrs. Cox and Co.— JHt* Agenie, Sir B. Borough, Bt. and Co. , 

let Battalion returned A^om India, 13 AprU 1877. ,^h k, V -.< II lO I P 
and Battalion embarkeifor India! B JaiT^SjlV ^^^ ^^ VjUU^ H^ 



»t BoM., Xhybar lina ?oree.~I 
aodBML, Partraouth. J 

" MursXV " ** GiBBALTAB * 



Pit. I Pay. 



12th (East Suffolk). [l^^^'St^^B^ St. Edmund.. 150 

the Castle, Key, and Motto, JHontit Inngnia Calf. ** SBBDr&xpA.Ti.x " '* Ivdu. " 
I "Nbw Zbxlahd." 

(W«ad.-x John Patton, Entign, 18 Sept. 17 ; £«. 'x Mar. 31 ; 0»p«. 'lo Sept. 55 ; Major, P3X Oct. 34 ; LLCoU 

o , "?• 1l*™^'- ^ ^^^ 54 ; If^Vw Qmural, 20 Feb. 59 ; Lt.General, 1 Jan. 68 j 0«iMra/, 10 Oct. 74 J 

co/oMK laLn Foot, a Nov. 75. 
Lbatenaat ColoaeU.— x George FuUer Walker,* Entiqn, 14 April 46 ; Li. 13 Sept. 49 ; Capt 17 Mar. 58 ; 

^«»"».'a3 June 65 ; Srevet JAeutenant Colontl, 1 Deo. 74 ; Lt.Colonel, 3 Apr. 78. 

Fredenck Bagnen,» En*iffn, ao Oct. 46 ; Lt. 8 Aug. 49 ; C(^. 8 Jan. 58 ; ifq/or, 9 AprU 70; BretKtLieu- 



\^\u> I-'***"' ^!$**^» » ^ct. 77;'ii.Cpteiwi, loApr. 78, 
» j ^ '"1"^?™— i Charlea Jocclyn Cecil Sillery, Ens. ai Jan. 53 ; i<. ax Sept. 
3» ... 2 Wward Maroon,»^iM. ,3 Sept. 48 ; Le.3 Doc. 52; Capt. 30 Sept. 58 
^ I I i7r«M<£M»/«jiaA/ Colonel, 1 Oct. 77! 3 » /- j k o 

, ' }^{ll}??-?^-®^'^^??^'l®*«y»* Entiffn, »j 6 June 54 J Xd. 3 Aug. 55 ; Capt '30 Sept. 59 ; Bwet Ifi^or, 



. 54 ; Capt. 9 Sept. 55 ; Jfajor, x May 71. 
J Bt.Mtyor.s July 7a; Mtyor, 1 Apr. 73 ; 



:»5 

IS I 

■ '3; 



»9 , ... 



5 July 7a ; Major, a Apr. 78. 
I WiUiam Thomas Baker, Commandant of Uurree Dtpot s Ensign, 7 Jan. 48; Lt. '9 July 52; Captain, 
89 Aug. 56; Breogt Ugjor, 5 July 7a ; U(vor, 10 Apr. 78 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 31 Deo. 78. 



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38 Feb. 56 35 Aug. 



31 Aug. 55 
6 June 55 



a8Mar. 
9 Oct. 
'23 Aug. 
'6 Jan. 
P16 Oct. 
»a3 July 

ai May 

»ai Dec. 



33 Mar. 
2 Oct. 



CAPTAcre. 
Hugh Pearce Pear»on,7^rvade Major, 
£^ber Line ^oree ;. 

1 Henry Macgrcgor LowTy« 

2 William Keon^ 

2 WiUiam Croebie Siddoiifl Maii-B 
X Henry Long William Phillips" 

X Campbell Thomaa Morris 

a James Edward Harris 

a John King Dooner^s 

a George James Grordon ..'.."'.' 

WalterJohnBoyes, D.A. AdJ,Oem. Bengal 
' SSf?*5?® Triphook." Citation Stq/t ) 

- I p.9.e. Charles Henry Gardn*er,"ifrtiiii 1 

^ I Major, Colekeeler j 

S'lif'a Louis Worthington Wilmer»» 

... I Richard O^Shaughnessy Brooke ".'.*.'!.T.'." 

|3 Arthur French p i Dec. 6i,' 4 Mar. 

' 8 Sept. 63 4 April 68 

r TT'^rr**;!^" PiaAprU 64 ' X Aug. 68 

" r?'*^l£;J*J'*'"**^»<^lMgow.a<«<I^CW%« »i6 Aug. 64 ' 8 Aug. 68 



'is Oct. 

P16 May 
July 



58, »i 6 Aug. 59 '8 Aug. 65 
571 34 Feb. 59 'aa July 68 
59 ' a Sept. 53 P 8 Aug. 
601*3 Oct. 6a » 3 Dec. 
' - ' ■ 631' 5 May 

63 " X Oct. 

6a 



6o;»i7July 
6x '*a8Apr. 
58 6 July 



8 Feb. 6x 



33 Oct. 
x7 Mar. 
» 2 Dec. 



»i7 Nov. 
'8 Mar. 



25 Sept. 57 
I April 66 

68 



a Manfred John Sawyer 

■I Owen Williams 

^a John James Fox Irwin "..! 
'i Arthur Staniforth Hext 



' 9 Sept. 64!' I Feb. 68 



xo Nov. 
5 Mar. 
8 Jan. 



••17 April 69 
ax May 69 
'x9Feb. 70 



xAng. 
' a Dec. 



si; 



:} 



I LlBt7TBHl.VTB. 

- a Biehard Thomas Bdward Dowse, Im-l 
I Jf^*^.^^"*^^ »5 Apr. 76 ) 

.. X Charles Fairfax Hutton Riddell .... - ^ 

... li Ch^le8BichardTownley,.ii(;.24Sept.73l 14 Jan. 

- a Bichard James Pike .„, ....;... 1 X3 Jan. 

... a Arthur Gotea .' "'x? April 

... 13 £dward Bedstone Jas. Warner !.'.> 5 May 

... a WiUiam Bandolnh Bouth ... I 7 July 

... a James Sidney TiUyer-Blunt....'.*;.""!.!"!."; '19 Feb. 
... X Charles Donovan Cave, InH. of Mue- 

I ketrg IX Oct. 78 _... 

... « John Logan Fxiiser *.",. 

... a Oaude Kennedy, Adjutant 3 Apr. 78 .'. 

... a Arthur John Watson 

... ,a Uenry Gautley 

... !x John Bird M'Donell '.."."!"!!!!!.'!.' 

... !x John Graham Smith .......'. 

x George Frederic Campbell Mackensie!!^ 

I Frederick Wm. Scudamore, Interpreter 

I Charles Anthony Clare Deane ... 
Biehard Cranley Onslow 

a Archibald Cyril Cubitt 

Robert Bellew Adams 

I Alexander John Boas Hutchinson 

a Bostace John Vance 

I WiUiam Frederick Perceval 

I John MfliXweU Carpendale 

Sbcobd Libvtsvabtb. 

I Francis Patrick Hutchinson 

z Arthur Major Brabazon 

X Bmest James Medley 

I Frank Graham 

,1 Waiiam Giles 

X Aitiinr Faolconer Poulton 

'x Edward Arthur Kemble 

i3 Henry Svelyn Tombe 



'. 73 
3 June 73 

I April 70 

^91 June 71 

3 Mar. 78 

3 Apr. 78 

xo Apr. 78 
I May 78 

39 June 78 
7 Au^. 78 
X Sept. 78 

75 June 79 



38 May 

38 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
38 Oct. 
38 Oct. 
38 Oct. 
38 Oct. 
70 28 Oct. 

8 June 
19 June 
31 Aug. 

9 Aug. 
31 Sept. 
13 June 
31 Sept. 
13 Feb. 
82 Mar. 
36 Aug. 
XX Sept. 
XX Sept. 
XI Sept. 
IX Sept. 
33 April 
38 April 
xz Sept. 



3irP L IBUT . 

I May 78 

iz May 78 

II May 78 

XZ May 78 

iz May 78 

13 Aug. 79 

13 Aug. 79 

zz Oct. 79 



13 Nov, 
z5 Mar. 



6 Feb. 75 



zOct. 
I Oct. 
zOct. 



71 1 Lt.Col. Walker served as Adjutant 
71 of the 8th Begt. at the siege and 
7» assault of Delhi (severely wounded), 
71 including repulse of sorties on 9th 
71 (horse shot) Z4th z8th and 33rd July 
7> 1857 ; afterwards present in the ac- 

71 tions of Bolundsnur and AlUghur, 
battle of Agra, action of Dil Koosha 
and relief of Lucknow under Lord 

72 Clyde, aflkir of the 2nd and action 

72 of the 6th Dec. at Cawnpore, and 

73 action of Khudagung (Medal with 

74 two Clasps). 

75 s Lt. Colonel Bagnell served in the 

75 Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). 

7^ * Lt.Colonel Maroon served with the 

76 lath Begiment in the New Zealand 
76 war of 1866-7 (Medal). 

76 * Major O* Shaughnessy served with 
7^ the lath Begiment throughout the 
76 ' New Zealand war of 1863-66, and was 
76 1 present during the remainder of the 
73 Waikato campaign under Sir Duncan 

77 Cameron, also at the operations 
77 before and assault of the Gate Pah 

(Medal). 

*» Captain Wihner served with the 
90th Light Infantry in the Indian 
campaign of 1857-58, including the 
defence of the Alumbagh, relief of 
Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defence of 
the Alumbagh under Outram, siege 
and capture of Lucknow, and subse- 
quent operations in OuUe (Medal with 
two Clasps, and a year's service). 



,~a George Shields, 19 June 79 » ^*- 4 I>eo. 7a ; Captain, 5 Feb. 79* 
I 
I QMrfer MaaUre,—! WOUam Cox, 39 Oct. 73 . 
j 3 Charles Cordery, 16 Feb. 78. 

Fmeinae ^eWom. —AgenU, Messrs. Cox and Co. Irieh AgenU, Sir B. Borough, B^jind Co. 
!•< BoH. embarked far India, ax September 1B76. DepSt, Portedomn HTiU, j 

s»<f BaH. returned from India, Januarg 1878. DepSt, PW^Imm^^ik^^wVC 



15 1 i2tk (East Suffolk). 

7 Major Pearson eenred in the 84tb Begixnent tHronghont the operations of the Coltunn nnder Havelock, includicR 
the actions of Futtehpore, Aonng, Pandoo Nuddeo, Cawnpore (wonnded), Oonao, Boaeemt Onnge (first and second), 
Boorbeake Chowkee, Bithoor, Mongawar, and Alum Bagh, relief of Lncknow, cosnmanded a Company of the 84th 
Eegt. in the sortie of a6th Sept. 1857, and at the storming of the Him Kanah ; served with OntramVForce at the 
Alnm Bagh, also at the assault and capture of Lnoknow, relief of Azimghor, and pursnit of Koer Singh (Medal and 
two Clasps, and a year's service). 

• M^jor Lowry served during the New Zealand war of x86o-6x (Medal). 

» Major Mair served throughout the New Zealand war of z86o-6x, inclndlng the capture of the Pahs at Kihihi, 
capture of Matarikoriko, relief and repulse of the night attack on No. 3 Bedouot, action of Huirangi, and skirmiBh 
in front of To Arei. Served during tne first part of the Waikato campaign, also as Adjutant of the Fking Coloimi 
during the war of 1863-64 (Medal). 

11 Captain Phillips served with the xHh Hegiment throughout the New Zealand war of 1863-66, and was present 
with the storming party at the capture of Rangiriri on the aoth Nov. 1^63 (Medal). 

» Captains Dooner and Triphook served in New Zealand during active operations in 1864-66 (Medal). 



OontimuUion of Notes to i$th Foot. 

^ Lt Ck)lonel Brown served with the 57th Begiment in the Crimea firom 5th Feb.x855, including the siege of Sebssto- 
pol, attacks of the Redan on 18th June (with the storming Column) and 8th Sept.; also at the bombardment and 
—.^^.j « xr^-i /•kf'.j.i _ii.«. /^« — _*.!. r^ *».\,^-».r^^ii^i^ — J fn — ^i_r_v <»r_j_i\ Commaudcd aDarty of 



New Zealand war in x86i (Medal). „ , 

7 LtColonel Gilbert served in the Crimeafrom 30th Junei85<,inolndingthebattleoftheTchemaja, siegeandiaUof 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58* and was present st 
the relief of Asimghur and the subsequent operations in that district; also in the actions at Amorah, Jugdespore, 
Doomureahgcmge, Toolsepore, and the operations tmder Colonel KeUy in Tirhoot and the Tcrai, indnding tbe 
action at Bootwab (Medal). 

8 Midor Gillett served in the Oimea firom the and Sept. 1855, including the siege and fiill of Sebastopol (Medal 
with CHasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the Indian campaign in X858, and was present at the actions nt 
Amorah, Jugdespore, and Toolsepore (Medal). 

*<^ LtColonel England served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, and was present at the actiona at Amorah 
on the X7th and 35th April (Medal). 

^^ Lt.Oolonel Leet served during the Indian oampaign in X858-5P, and was present in the actions of Amorah on 
the X7th and asthApril, Nuggur Amorah on 9th June, attack on and retreat from Jugdespore, action of Toolsepore, 
and those at Bootwall ; he acted as Staff Oflftoer to various Colunms, and was twice specially mentioned in general 
ordera (Medal). 

" Major Allfirey served with the 6th Begt. in the Indian campaign in 1858, including the operationB in the 
Jngdesi)ore Jungle (Medal). 

" Captain James served in the Indian campaign in 1858, and was present at the relief of Asimghur, and actions 
at Doomureahgunge and Toolsepore (Medal). 

^* Msjor Cox served in the Indian campaign, and was present in the two actions at Amorah on xTth and 
asth April 1858, in the flnt of which he conunanded the Skirmiahen in a successfiil attack on the enemy's left (MedAl). 

" MTivjor Etholston served in the 68th Light In&ntry at the siege and fhll of Sebastopol in X855 (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



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SSSrSuS^idm. 1 13th (ut SomerseUhire) Prince Albert^s Light Inf. [^^^^'X^'*^" 
^^' ^^Egt«" (with the Sphmx). " ULvmnnvm " " Atjl " " A»»OHxjriBTAir " ^' GRuzm." 
A Mural Crown, superscribed " Jsllaulbad " "Ca.bool 1842" " Siva.8topol." 



■anatoa, 



152 



.r«rgft.Cfltei8L—PhiKp Spencer Stanhope, Swi^, 30 Map ., „.- ^ - .--.„-.' ^ 

haaSi »i6JCarch3a; d>l<m«l, ^ Nov. 46; Ifdv'or ffeiuraJ, ao June S4i JUmtt,&9neral, ao April 61; Ctenm-al, 



la 



9 J^Oodd OWungton,» JJm. 'x8 Dec. s* ; J!i<- 6 July ss S C«P*. 'a6 Nov. 6x ; Bt.Mc^or, 31 Mar. 75 j Jfq/o*-, 
bJw. Lutwyche England," ^lu^, 6 July S5 ; i«. 7 April 58 ; Copt, p 8 Jan. 64 ; Bt.Mqfor, 1 Oct. 77 ; 



March 15; Li. 4r Capt. '17 July 33; Cap^. 4- Li.Cohntl, 
tra' ' ^' . ^ . - ., - ^ . 

ht Infantry, 3 Feb. 64. 

Ham Bdward Brown,i Siuiffn, 10 April 49; Lt, '26 Deo. 51 ; Capt. 29 Deo. 54; 

^Jlfi|^»r. 14 Sept.69 ; JTcMor, 14 Ito 73 J .^»wrf LieuUnant Colonel,! Oot.77 ; ii«rf*iw»< Cb W, aj Jan.78. 
•vr,» ■» . *;.:2^_ ^..X^-*^7 ^^^ Stuign, '13 Jan. 54; i<. a6 June 55; Cop*. 93 Mar. 61 j Bt.2£ajor, 



tfi 'i6jiarc&3a 
'^jI!?:' Not. 68; ObjoimI xsth 



X Philip Mward Victor GUbert,i ,- ^ - « 

I Apr. 74LJ^«>*-^a4_Mw.J5 J i«;9oW i ^a^S^^ 



Xig«n.-a Henry Qillett»s 



■^n. 



1*34 Aug. 



June 55 ; Capl. '4 June 6x ; Bt,2£«yor, 31 July 74 ; 



iDoo. 



X PA e. saw. iiutwyone jsngiana,- Aiwwm, » *« 
3rai«r, 33 Jan^S j BtJCi.CoUmsl, 39 Nov. 79. 

X "Et William Knox Leet," J»imv», 4 July 55 
yyor, I May 78 ; Bi.LUColoMl, 39 Nov. 79- 



i Id. »x Feb. 56 ; Capt. P4 Nov. 64 j BiJiajor, x Oct. 77 ; 



Gaptahts. 
TlioB.AIphon80 Gary, A^f .3 AMMrMiJiui^ 

24 ~. x Inring^eningAllfrey" 

^ ••• I JohnFencottJaznes"^ 

»S .- I William Cox" 

H 3 a Bdmnnd Peel Ethelstonu 

X Dadley Thomas Ferase 

aAIfte^Bandall 

1 George HibbertAnchiteKinloch 

3 William Charles Fred. Madden 

2 Robert Stuart Clarke 

3 JohnFnincis Bellis 

•i>^ 3 John James Boss 

" -^ I Wnham Hunter Bvans 

"^ 9in2 William BusseU Nash, Commandant qf\ 

Bmntuidrcoff ComeaUtetnt Dapot 3 

Bryan Bristow Twyne, Adj. 3 Adm.\ 
BaU.SomentUkinMyi«rolu%iMn ...> 
Hemy Hallam Parr, MiUtarg Steretarg \ 
U air BariU Firen, mtih rank pfJiajorS 

M ! - X Hugh Hovell Thurlow 

13 ~;i John Miller BLroeWaddy 

'J - (1 fiobertCookeOtway 

" -. 3 Fred. Walter Spenoer-Stanhope 

t* -^ 1 Frank Boyd Bradahaw 

"' -^ 2 Richard Cooper, at St<^ OoUegt 

" ^ Anhar Close Borton, Jide de Camp to \ 

Av Aritar Borton i 

'^ .«. t Edward John Fownes 

LnUTXlTAlVTB. 

^ .. X Rdaiand Joseph GhUlwey, Adj. 19 Fob. 79 
^ ^ 1 Franeis James Justice, Intt. qf Mu»' ^ 

Mi74Jaa. 79 

'^ -. I JSdmund William Clark 

'^ .. 3 Pieroe Bdward Hughes, Inttmotor <tf 
MwMketrm 16 April 75 

^ 3 Bxyan Palmes 

„ I Richard Arthur Herbert Townsend .... 

» I SdwardMorrxsPoynton 

-, X Haniy Alfred Walsh 

.. I Reginald Levinire 

.. X Aztkor George Wilbraham 

.. I3 Anthony Lumb, Adiutant 3 Apr. 78 

„ |x Rajmond Bnrlion Williams 

.. x Axthnr Williamaon Alsager Pollock .... 

... I Rjefaaid Uoyd P«yne 

.. I John Conatantine Allen 

... a Robert P«x>la Hooper 

... a Haazy GiUon 

^ b Axthxur Henry Looia Bagot 

.. >« Qabriel Goodman Walter Hayward 

- |« AUM Baaaett Pritchard 

.. 3 Hanzy Thomas Shnbriok 

^ > IMwrnnd James Peach Warden 



13 May 

^39 July 

»x7 Aug. 

a July 

'34 Aug. 

39 May 

X9 July 

6 Nov. 

'38 Dec. 

35 June 

'3 July 
VxoJune 63 

16 Feb. 64 

X3 Deo, 



'35 July 

P 8 Sept. 

4 Deo. 
^11 Jan. 
P 9 Mar. 

?Jan. 
July 
8 July 

P34 July 

8 Feb. 

p 6 July 
Px7 Aug. 
'37 Aug. 



~J 



::!i 



wtos Warren Napier 

mge Henry Holbeohe Couohman .... 

'ilhsm P er cy fJ w-nwi'ngha.'nn , , , , , 

JanyTempMr , 

Courtesy Haatbeole Stiated 

Geaion Bouverie Unwin 

Herbert Bhya Lloyd 

HeozyWilaoa I«veU 

Jphalfittism Henry West , 

Bobart William Goodwin Hillas 

Akander Clement OTonnell 

Thomaa D'Oyly Snow 

Bobert Edwin Gorfoett 

Leonaxd Wilkinson Cleveland Kerrich . 



xssiair oB 
3Hn Lxxirv. 



IX April 63 
16 April 58 
' 7 Mar. 56 

8 Jan. 58 

9 Feb. 55 
'x8 Sept. 60 
36 July 66 

^ 8 Got. 61 
'30 June 65 
^ 4 June 61 
P8Jan. 64 
p 8May 67 
Px8 April 67 

' 5 Aug. 
'14 July 
»3oOct. 



Pxo Nov. 
P34 Nov. 
» 6 July 
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38 Oot. 71 

38 Oct. 



'laNov. yo 



30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 



aVD X.XBUT. 



xMay 
XX May 
XX May 

X May 

xMay 
95 May 

7 Aug, 
ax Aug. 
•X Aug. 
X4 Sept. 78 

5 Oct. 78 
39 Jan. 79 
33 Jan. 79 
33 Jan. 79 



CAPXAZir. 



33 Mar. 
1*31 Aug. 

30 Feb. 
P9Mar. 
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*• 7 Aug. 
' 4 Mar. 
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66 
66 

% 

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V33 April 71 

29 Aug. 74 

a4Mar. 75 

X April 75 

I Deo. 75 

X April 70 

33 Jan. 78 

33 Jan. 



a8 Oot. 
38 Oot. 

aSOot. 
98 Oct. 
38 Oot. 
38 Oct. 

xo Jan. 

8 June 
X3N0V. 
38 Feb. 

3 Deo. 
XX Feb. 
X3 Feb. 
13 June 
3o Nov. 

5 Jan. 
38 April 

6 Sept. 
6 Sept. 

XX Feb. 
13 Feb. 
XI Nov. 
8 June 79 
IS July 79 



31 Mar. 
XO Apr. 
I May 
zxMay 
30 Oot. 
X4 Dec. 

9 Jan. 

8 June 



3z Deo. 78 
x8Sept 79 

99 Nov. 7( 
31 Deo. 7I 
99 Nov. 79 



9 Mi^jor Conington served in the 

Indian campaign in 1858, and was 

..present at the relief of Aaimghur 

3 1 and subsequent operations (MeoiEJ). 

{For rewMinder of Ifottt tttfooi fjf 

precedinff page. 



J5wjrt«j.—i Auittamt Fagmatier Arthur Glelg, 31 Nov. 74. 
V^rtmr MatUn.-^ Bobert Malheson, 7 July 75. 
z Flank Sturt, i Nov. 79. 
FaeiMffB BlVL^.—Agentt, Messrs. Jo: 



, iz and Co.—Irki Ag»ni$^ Sir E. Baraa^^h, Bt. and Go. 

*mharkedfor (Gibraltar, 14 Jnr^ 1867. Dep6l, Xewport, 3£onn7tiih, t 

• eeUHiriedfbr Malta, ^yJulf xS/7. DepCi. X^wpirt, Je^^ift?^ ^ ^^OOgle 



'53 



iBtBatt.,Adaii. (Ordered to England). 1 
and Batt., Peahawnr, Bengal. J 



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Vean' 

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?^ 

39 

3a 
38 

36 
as 
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9 
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, J*^ (^ttcAjW^rAaww/ltre) r^^j DWHet, No. 10. 

(TAe Pnwce 0/ Wales' Own). LBrigade Depot, Bndim 
Tk« Prinet <ff WaM Plume. The White Horse. **iree atpera Urrant."—** Touiari.r " " CoKUWin. ** 

^_ Waib«loo " ** Bhuictobi." The Royal Tiger, anperecribed " Ik»ia " " Sitabtopol" " N«w Zialutd 

8«r. CWonel.— flSir Alflned Haatings Horsford,! QCB, and U. ^13 July 33 ; U. '33 April 30; Caoi N Am? 41 
Half Major, »86 Dec. 51 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 38 May 53 j Colonel, 38 Nov. 54 ; Li.Colonel, a Feb. 55 : itoVw- fifmni 
?^ 1 Jan. 66 ; Lt.Oenend, 2 Aug. 75; &ejMraZ, 1 Oct. 77; Colonel 14th Foot, i Jan. 79. 

Lieatenant Colonela. — 3 Dawson Stockley Warren,* Sneign, 'zp Dec. 51 ; Lt. 1*16 Dec 53* Cai 

'10 April 57 ; Jftyor, 3 Nov. 71 j Brevet LUutnant Colonel, i Oct 77 ; Li.Colonel, 30 Mar. 78. ' 
I Francis Barry Drew, CB. Jw. /ss May 45; ^' '7 Aug. 48; Cop*. »ai Nov. 51 J J*. lf<wor, stJuIjC 

'^'Vor, 33 Aug. 65 ; Bl. Lt. Colonel, 35 Oct. 73 ; Lt. Colonel, 7 Mar. 77 j Colonel, 25 Oct. 78. 
Miyors.— 3 Thomas Prittie Cosby,' Eneign, P33 Nov. 53 ; i/. ii Aug. 54 ; Cupt. '34 July 57 j Jfa/or. 8 May 7 

Bt.Lt.Colonel, 2 Sept. 78. 
1 Edward Wm. Saunders,^ j^iu. 98 Mar.54; X*.P39Dec.54 ; 
I Andrew Alfd. LeMesurier,*JFn«.i9 Jan.55; JU. 17 Aug.5 
3 WillUm Young,7 Ene. '3 Mar. 54 ; Lt. 6 Nov. 54 ; Cavt. 
Bt.Lt.Colonol, 31 Dec. 78. 



I «3 
6 



GA.ni.xirs. 
Henry Augustus Burton, Adjutant 4\ 

Weet York Militia j 

a John Glancy* 

z Augustus Frederick De Butts Dixon 

3 Richard Seymour Lemon 

1 Joseph Laing 

2 Frederick William Harington" 



Henry M'Leod Hutchison, Adjutant\ 

Calcutta Volunteer E\flee } 

3 Roger Hall 

3 Walter Wiffhtwick Haywood 

1 Bertram waiter C. Firman 

3 Gerard Van Heythnysen 

1 David Anderson Ogden 

I Roberc Graham Foster Pigott 

3 John Hosack 



3 Arthur Waller Noyes 

3 Herbert Lovell Woodland... 
c Robert William Richardson . 

Charles Alexander Morris ... 

I William Syer Purkis 

I Patrick Crosbie 

3 Somerset James Butler 

Alfred Ruttledge 



LnvrxiriLVTS. 

I Thomas Middleton Robinson 

I James ^R/^idi, Adjutant 31 Jan. 74 

3 Charles Steward Gtordon, Adj. 17 May 76 
I Chas. DavidFerrier , Ineto/Muek. 3oMay 79 

William Selwood Hewett 

X Thomas William Lanoyn Penno 

z Gerald Grant-Dalton 

9 VivianRochfortRae.fiu^.o/lfiMi; zApr.79 

John Walter Thru%ton 

3 Francis Dykes Walker 

Capel George Adye 

3 Richard Lyon Geaves 

3 Edward Ellison Sutton Schuyler 

John Henry Howland Ansley 

3 Frederick Walter Kitchener 

Edward Cyril Mills 

3 Acheson Whitmore St. George 

3 William Robert Cornwallis Baird 

I Charles Hay Cox 

3 Hugh Alexander Vowell 

1 John Hawley Burke 

1 Reginald LewellynBennison Carter.. 

3 Cecil Morris Lester 

3 James Harry Christie 

I Frederic James Sharpies Lowry 

3 George Wemyss 



Sub LiBUTxviJrTS. 
John Marcus Clements 



Sboond LiB!rrxiri.xT8. 
3 George Warder Mitchell, Interpreter.. 

2 William Fry 

3 Charles Percival Barchard 

z Arthur Fountoine Hogge 

z Clement John Malcolm Heigham 

3 Henry Walker 

3 Harry George Vialls 

z George William Swaine 

z Francis Robert Preston MaoAdam 

3 Henry Stapleton Vanrenen 

3 Arnauld John Henry Marray 

z Harold Basil Sept Critchley-Salmonson 
X James Corbet Yale 



BVBIOXr OB 

sirn LiBUT. 



36 Oct. 55 



9 Mar. 

X9 Feb. 
i'39 Dec. 

37 Mar. 
"38 May 

Z3 Nov. 



8 Jan. 

z8 Jan. 

» 8 Oct 

P z July 

^ 3 Oct. 



38 Jan. 59 

z3 Jan. 60 

'25 June 61 

P 3 Oct. 62 

z4May 58 

» 4 Aug. 63 

Z7N0V. 63 

9 Mar. 64 

'zo Nov. 65 

3 April 66 

^ 7 Aug. 67 

<*39May 67 

'zsAug. 67 

P35 Sept. 67 

'X7 Oct. 67 



' 8 Feb. 68 

3oJune 68 

P37 June 68 

5 Feb. 69 

33 Jan. 78 

30 Jan. 78 

30 Jan. 78 

xMay 78 

z May 78 

zMay 78 

I May 78 

X M«,y 78 

XX May 78 



36 Mar. 58 p 6 Feb. 63 

58 Z4 Jan. 64 
50 '33 April 59 

58 12 June 70 

59 3 Nov. 7z 
62,' 8 May 73 

' 4 Aug. 63 1 19 Nov. 73 

'38 Aug. 63, ,5 April 74 

38 Mar. 63, 31 Oct. 69 

Pz3Sept. 65. 8 July 75 

P 6 Feb. 66, - ''^- '" 

31 Mar. 63! 

'99 May 671 

6 July 67 

Pz4 Aug. 67 



p3oJune 68 
' 3 Sept. 70 
38 Oct. 

28 Oct. 
38 Oct 
38 Oct 



88 Oct. 7z 
38 Oct. 7z 

98 Oct. 71 
8 June 70 

30 Dec. 7z 
30 Dec. 7z 
8 June 73 
38 Feb. 74 
zoSept. 75 
80 Nov. 75 
90 Nov. 75 
90 Nov. 75 
30 Nov. 75 
z3 Feb. 76 
zz Sept 76 

99 Oct 76 
38 June 78 
x7Aug. 78 
Z9 Sept 78 [ 

X Nov. 781' 
30 Nov. 

5 Feb. 
X9 Feb. 

6 May 

X5 Nov. 



x8 Sept 75 
z6 Sept 74 

8 Dec. 77 
33 Jan. 
z6 Feb. 
16 Feb. 

xMay 
XX May 

z Nov. 

5 Feb. 
Z9 Feb. 
xsMar. 



BBXV.]fi.J. BT.LT.COI 



3 June 77 

6 Feb. 66 
5 July 73 



38 April 



75! 
791 
791 
79 
79i 
79; 



9in> LIBUT. 



ZZ May 
zzMay 
zz May 
xzMay 

4 Dec. 
93 Jan. 
99 Jan. 
39 Jan. 79 
39 Jan. 79 
93 Jan. 70 
95 Sept, 78 

9 July 79 
x3Aug. 79 



75 

7! 
78 

79 
79 



, Faeinae BvLff.—Aoenfs, Messrs. Co 
BUB LiKUT. Ijt Co.-/m* Agente, Bir B. Borougl 
3z May 76; Bt. and Co. 

\ let Baftalion embarked for MaJh 
I Z9 Auffttet Z867. 2nd Battalio* retuft 
from AueiraUa, 95 June Z870. 



PamwMttor§.—t William Joseph Garden.i* 4 Sept. 67 j Hon. Captain, 4 Sept. 79. _ ^. 

9 William Pmnklin.z Apr. 78 ; Ene. x4 Sept 55 ; ^«.i6 Apr. 58 ; Capt, '93 July 6z ; Bt.M^ 
Quarttr MaMtere.—7 Thomas Ba.vley, x8 Oct 731 Lt. \g Oct 73. L»3»*P^ 

z William King, xz July 74. Digitized by VjOU^IC 



14th (Tlie Buckinghamahire). iS3a 

I Sir Alfred Honford served with ihe Rifle Brigade in the EafBr War of 1846-47, and commanded the xst Tat- 
alion in that of x85>-53 (Medal and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Also commanded the xst Battalion in the Eastern cam- 
pugn of 1854, indndinir the hattles of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol. (Medal with 
5:nrChsp8, CB., flanlinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Glass of the Me^idie). Served in the Indian cam]>aign 
(tf 1857^9; eommanded 3rd Battalion Bifle Brigade at the battle of Cawnpore on the 6th Deo. 1857 (wounded) ; 
oonaanaeda Brinde from Feb. 1858 to the end of the war, and was present throughout the Oude campaign : 
aBBintzuied the Infantry at the battle of Nawabgunge ; in Feb. 1859 was left in command of the Oude and Nepaul 
^hxttier. and on one occasion took 16 guns in an engagement in Nepaul against the rebels (Medal with (^asp, 
lairCB.). 

* LtGokmels Warren and Cosby served in the Crimea f^m roth Jan. 1855, including the siege and fell of Sebas* 
upol sad assault of the x8th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

*M^r Saunders served in the Crimean campaign firom xoth Jan. 1855 with the X4th Becnment, including the 
&«9e and fUl of Sebastopol and assault of the x8th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . Served in the field 
inriag the Maori war of x86o-6x (Medal). 

'Hi^Qr Le Mesurier served with the X4th Regiment in the Crimean campaign flrom 13th Aug. 1855, including 
t&e oMe and lUl of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

' LtOolonel Young served with the 49th Regiment in the CMmea lh>m the X4th Nov. X854, including the siege and 
fall of SebastopoU capture of the Quarries with the storming party (severely wounded), and assaults of the Redan 
and 8th September (Medal with Clasp, and Sardinian and Turkish Medals) . 



00 the itth Jane fl . , 

* U.(bIonel Glancy served with the X4th Regiment'in the Crimean campaigpi from xoth Jan. X855, including the 
eiege and Ikll of Sebastopol. and assault of the x8th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served alfo in 
t^ New Zealand war of X863-65, and was mentioned in despatches for " conspicuous forwardness " in the attack on 
tl)«aemj'8 rifle-pita during the action at Koewa, and again for "conspicuous conduct" during the engagement 
at Baogiriri (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

" Captain P. W. Harington served in ^e New Zealand war of x 863-^5, including the actions of Kohewa and Oate 
Pfth (¥edal). 

u(^ptain Garden served with the 77th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854 to a6th March X855, 
iuloding the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Chisp, and Turkish Medal) . 



Ooniifiuation of Notes to i^ih Foot 

' Geoeral M'Murdo served as AssistantQuarterMaster General of the Army under Sir (Charles Napier during 
Utt caat|)aign in Scinde in 1843 (Medal), and was present at the battle of Meeanee— in which his horse was shot 
iDdtf hoh-afikir with the enemy while conducting Major Stack's Brigade ftx>m Muttaree to form a junction 
vtth Sir Charles Napier's force at Hydrabad ; and battle of Hydrabad, where he received a sabre wound in the 
r^Tbt breast. He again served as Assist. Quarter Master General to Sir Charles Napier during the campaign 
•CiiBst the Monntoin and Desert Tribes situated on the right bank of the Indus, early in 1845. Served as 
AMMtant A^utant General Queen's Troops under Sir Charles Napier in xSsx-sa in the Expedition against the 
Afiwdiea. including the forcing of the Kohat Pass (Medal). Served in the Eastern campaign as Director General 
Uad Transport Corps (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, 
tJJTarkiah^edal). f »~ , » ,-» ^ . 

' (^ptatn Dondas was awarded the Silver Medal of the Royal Humane Society in February 1865 for saving the lives 
3f tiro Marines at Gibraltar. 

' Captain Barr served with the 53rd Regiment in the Indian campaign of X853-59, including the passage of 
^ Qoomtee and jiccupation of Snltanpore, passage of the Gogra at Fysabad on 35th November, action of 
T^teepore, and minor affairs (Medal). 

*Qaaner Master Knott served with the Rifle Brigade during the Indian Mutiny campaign of X857-59, and was 
P^^iXBS at the actions of Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknoir» battle of Nawabgunge, taking of Fort Oomerea, 
»A nhseqaent operationa in the Oude campaign (Medal with Clasp) . Served in Indialn the North- West Frontier 
QHtpaign of 1863. >^d ^«^u present at the action of Shnbkuddir (Medal with Clasp). 

* Qouter Maimer llellor served with the 33rd Regiment in the Abyssinian campaign of X867-68 (Medal). 

" G^itam Richmond accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special service, 
^ Krred throoghont the Ashanti war of 1873-74. Commanded the advanced guard of Houssas at the action of 

K*Buiaa,snd a conapany of Wood's Regiment at the reconnaissance in force of the 97th November (twice men- 

^''^^ia despatches, promoted to an Unattached Company, Medal with Clasp). 



Digitized by V:iOOQIC 



JSdB;^t:.te^W. ] l6tli(TorkskireEari Biding). 

"MiBmriQux" " Guu>ai,oup«." 

rB'Ber. , 



rSub DiHriei No. 5- 
\_Brigad» Depot, BcvarUy. 



HftU 



)0t, 33Aliff. ,. 
Lieutenant ColonoU.— I B.f.e. Philip Alexander InBtruther Twynwn. J5»i#t^,'xaDec. sx J i<« 6 JnJy54 

Capt.V27 N0V.57; Jfcyor, P30 Sept. 68 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 6 Sept. 76. ..» , « 

fl Robert Thomas P. Cuthbert, ^teign, 14 July 54 ; Lt 13 Feb. 55 ; Cap*. 'a4 Aug. 58 ; Mq^or, '27 Aug. 70 

lAeutenani Colonel^ 15 Aug. 77. „ . . _,, 

MAiors.— 1 William Starke, Eneign, P23 Mar. 55 j Lt. ^27 May 56 j Copt, »X7 July 60; Mcffor, 13 April 7* 

BtLt.Colonel, 20 Aug. 78. «,-..« x 

9 Richard Lewes Dashwood, 2^^, x8 May 55 ; Lieut, ^g Oct. 55; Capt, ^6 Nov. 60 ; Bt.l£(yor, aa Sept. 73 

Jfcyor, 6 Sept. 76. ^^ ^^ 

Henry Jardine Hallowes, Inepeetor qf Oymnaeia in India; Entign, ix May 55; i*. ^^^ B^pt. 57; l^ap 

"•iS Feb. 6a ; ^^.Jfiyor, 29 May 75 j Major, r$ Aug. 77. 
X Charles Edmund Layard, Entign, 8 July 56; Lt. 28 May 58; Capt. '3 Aug. 66 ; Major, ts Aug. 77. 
9 Albert Edward Hamilton Smyth, Eneign, '12 June 60 j Lt. '3 Oct. 62 ; Capt. '2 Juno 69;ya;or, 17 May 71 



Gi-PTAHrB. 

Fras. Walter Gary, -^4;. 3 Stqffbrd Militia 
p.i.e. Ghas. John Burnett,* Br.Mai.Poona 
Henry Evan Pateshall Thomas, JD«p«<y > 

wiMw^.^d/. Oen.for Mutkelrg, Btlgatm ) 
pa.e. Ghas. Kennedy Brooke, Brigade\ 

Mtnf or, Dover: S 

Goleridge Grove, at Steff College 

William Nangle 

p.9.e. Hy. Lawrence Dundas,^ Deputv^t 

Aseistant Adjutant General.Portemouth } 

Henry Bellingham Le Mottee 

Edward James Singleton 

George Gharles Damtry 



St-c. Wm. Hy. jy&me\,Init.E.M. College 
oward Parker , 

Henry Hoyle Oddie 

Wm. Hume Norman Locke, A4j. x E.E. \ 

Torki.B. VolunUere S 

Ralph Edward Allen 

Richard Yilliers Sankey Riall, Adjuiant\ 

Eaet TorkMxUdia / 

Delves Broughton 

William Gharles James Laoy 

Michael Murphy 

Frederick Seymour Allen 

Arthur Bowles 

Philip Ashby Mettam Pearson 

George Hamilton Johnston 

George Gharles Kynaston Pigott RoupeU 
William Henry Ruflhbrooke 



BVSXGir OB I 

aim LnuT. 



8 Feb. 6x 
2 July 61 

' 9 July 62 

' 7 Nov. 62 

'i7Mar. 63 
P24Aug. 60 

17 July 63 

^32 Jan. 64 
P29Mar. 64 
'x4June 64 
28 June 64 
20 Oct. 55 
»i3 Sept. 64 

'24 Jan. 65 

» 7 April 65 

'x8July 65 

P23 June 65 
PisAug. 66 
' 8 Feb. 68 
»i8Nov. 68 
P3oSopt. 68 
IX Jan. 67 
» 8 July 69 
'24 July 6q 
*'25July 69 



5%, 



LniTTBirAirTS. 

9 Thomas George Shortland 

x William Edward Brown 

2 Frederick George Pogson 

x JohnRobt. Young, Inet.ofMuek.x May 78 

a Walter Waterfield Ward 

» Oecil Francis Gamett 

a Peter Low 

9 Edward Hanstock, Jii«<.<2^ir«ii|;.x Sept 77 
2 Frands BeymourIngl6fleld,i9<q^OiyZe«r, ) 

Poorundhur Sanitarium } 

2 Lawrence Litchfield Steele, ^'.15 Auig.77 

2 Alexander Foster 

2 George Hay Montsomerie Oonran 

X Edward FranklandGosset,^4;* 27 Aug. 79 

1 Francis Homer Reynard 

a Henry Edward Gotton Way 

2 Bruce Meade Hamilton 

X Edmund Ashton Ogle 

X Thomas Nook Bagnall 

X Charles Fulford Grantham 

I Hastings St. Leger Wood 

I George Edmund Btaveley 

Arthur John Nettleship 



Sub LiBUTB]ri.irTS. 
George Eirkpatrick Daly , 



P25 Sept. 69 
Pis Dec. 69 
P27Aug. 70 



SBCOITD LlBUTSlTAirTS. 

9 Henry James Forster 

2 William Barrington Piers 

James Kippen Alston 

Ashley Edmund Mackenzie 

X Patrick Joseph Cunningham 

1 Cecil Francis Hamilton , 

2 Wilbraham Thomas Davies 

3 Ralph Woodchurch Sherard 

2 Henry Francis Edwards Hodges . 

a Philip John Hanham Aplin 

2 Charles Henry Wray Maunsell .... 
X Gharles Mulcaster Harding 



29 May 
P 8 Jan. 

'23 Aug. 

'xa Dec. 

'15 June 
^ 9 Jan. 

P27 July 

X Jan. 
'22 Jan. 
^95 Dec 
» 8 Feb. 

23 Nov. 
'30 Sept. 
Pz9May 
P12 June 

7 July 

'24 July 
' xDeo. 

'a4 Sept. 
'a3 Nov, 
'xo Feb. 

a8 Oct. 

38 Oct. 

88 Oct. 



IS Aug. 77 

xsAug. 77 

13 Oct. 77 

X3 Oct. 77 

3x Oct 77 

31 Oct 77 

8 Dec. 77 



30 Jan. 78 

xMay 78 

zMay 78 

xMay 78 

as May 78 

7 Aug. 78 

35 May 76 

aa Jan. 79 

22 Jan. 79 

I May 78 

83 July 79 

6 Aug. 79 



98 Oct. 71 

a8 Oct 71 

a8 Oct. 71 

6 Mar. 72 

30 April 73 
aSFeb. 74 
a7Mar. 73 
ax Jan. 74 

x3June 74 

a Deo. 74 

89 April 74 
xa Feb. 76 
X7 May 76 
xoSept 76 
xz B^t 77 

9 May 78 

31 May 78 
x Aug. 78 
X Nov. 78 

30 Nov. 78 

90 Feb. 79 
x7May 79 



SUB LIBUT. 



II Nov. 76 



BBSV.lCJLr. I BT.I.T.0OL 



P94 July 69 
P 1 Dec. 69 

'97 Aug. 70 

*'93Nov. 70 

'30 Aug. 71 
13 April 72 

95 June 73 

xa Nov. 73 
13 May 74 
23 May 74 
7 July 75 
X Jan. 6a 
17 May 76 

6 Sept 76 

ax Oct. 76 

9Dea 76 

17 Mar. 77 

XI July 77 

xsAug. 77 

«S Aug. 77 

a Mar. 78 

I Nov. 78 

9o Feb. 79 

17 May 79 

9 July 79 



I April 74 



x6 April 75 



* Major Burnett aerved in thi 
Ashanti war firom the 30th Novembe 
Z873. Did the duties of Adjutant < 
Russell's Regiment firom the Pr^ 
till invalided at Quarman, includinj 
the attack and capture of Adnhj 
assie; commanded the post of Qnal 
man at the commencement of thi 
enemy's attack upon it on the 31^ 
January (Brevet of M^jor, Medfl 



with Clasp). 

{For oonHMuation 
ceding page. 



qf NoUe $ee pre 



Faeinge YBllow.^Agente, Messrfl 
Cox and Co.-^Iriek Agente, Messrs 
Cane and Sons. 

Iff Battalion returned firom JB«n 
nuda, a8 Dee. 1870. ona BattoUoi 
embarked for India, a Feb, 1875 ; Depoi 
with If < Battalion, 



Pagmaetere.—i Richmond Oliilb Richmond,!^ i Apr. 78; Ens. a July 58) Xe.6 Msy 63; Capt. x A{ir. 74. 

a William Lamb BaiT,^ x Apr. 78; JSne. '17 Nov. S7 J Lt* " May 58; Capt, 1 April 70. 
Quarter Maeten.—a Charles John Knott," x Nov. 71 ; Eneign, la Nov. 65 ; lAeut, aS Oct 7x. 



X Joseph Mellor,* 8 July 68. 



Digitized by ^ 



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x6t Batt., AthloM. ~| 

»n dBatt., 8MaBd«nlMui,XadnuL J 



letll (TAe Bedfordshire). 



rSuh DUtriet No, 



T«^»j!E:,<Woii«L— ipw OeorRe Maodonald,* Xiukm, s Sept. 05; Zt, 25 July 06; Capt. 
priVlpfr' '^ ^^' 3°i ^'CoUnul^ 10 Jan. 37; Golontl, xi Noy. 51 ; MCajor Q^nwral, 7S 



Brigade Dtpot, BedfoH. -^ ^ 3 



,i;*y.'.Piay 



17 Aug. 15; afq/or, 
7 Sept. 55; XMiif.&Mera/, 

, -. Wt 35 Wfc. 71 i u»«#»«» luiiu fuuby 13 f ou. 03. 

lientenaat ColoBttU.— 2 Alfred William Adoock, Stu, ^17 Deo. 5a ; Zf. 4 May 55 ; Cape. 17 Nov. 63 ; ITo/or, 
32 June 74 ; I4.Colon0l, 2 July 79. ; 



29 Jan.^3 r General, 25 Cict. 71 ; Colonel z6th Foot, 13 FebT 63. 



M^ort.-2 



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10 i „. 



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15 

«5 



«HU"»-— 2 ^^iii**ico tfiuix«, xAuxi«u,.»».i^, 27 Feb. 58; if.»3i May 59'; Capt. P31 Jan. 65; If q/or, 10 Oot. 74. 
a Robert Wm. May Wetherell, ifiMtaii, 15 April 58; Zt. ^23 Max. 60; Copt. »2 Nov. 66; Iftyor, 2a June 76. 
I Basil Clifton Westby, Stuign, 16 July 58 j Zt, >4 Feb. 62 ; Capt. »x May 67; Jf<vor, xa Apr. 79. 
X Richard Wood .Robinson, Sn»ign, '28 Oct. 59 ; Zt. 30 June 63 ; Capt. '14 Aug. 67 ; Major ^ 2 July 79. 



p,».e. 



CjLPTinrs. 

Reginald L. Herbert Curteifl, | 



Depuiji 'ji$»i9tamt Adjutant Qengral. 
icfey .... 



I- 



; 7 

6 
6 ' 

I 6 



a Henry John Cholmefey 

a Henry Harpur Tabb 

X John Uoyd Price 

a Qranville Yemon 

3 William John Shanly 

p.«.«. O. L. Le Mesurier Taylor, Oarri»^ 
aon Inttmetor, Poona ) 

Hillyard H. Angus Cameron, A4jt.\ 

Suntingd<m MUitia } 

z William Samuel Whittuck 

z pa.e. Alex. Martin Paterson, Brigade \ 

Major, SlraUs SeitUvMnte S 

X Arthur Grey Duberly 

3 Robert George Newbolt 

3 Francis Wilmot* 

Edmund Hill Wickham , 

3 Heniy Herman Napier Martin ... 
s Frederick John Harden 

William Henry Young 

3 Francis Fawkes Johnstone 

George Dalrymple More Nisbett 

Reginald Fawkes 

z Jnatice Chapman Tilly 

William Henry Riddell 

Charles James John Butler 

LlSUTXlTAJraS. 

a Frederick Williams Becher 

Laurence Carrington Grubbe 

z Robert Mercer Barry 

z William Aldworth, Adjutant xj Oct. 

3 Jaxxtee Archibald Campbell 

3 Alfired Robert Llgrd 

GeoTve Herbert Tayler Swinton, Inst. ) 
of JKiMt. T5 Jan. 79 S 

Jonn Lamb 

Frederic George Mawer 

Wentworth Odiame Gavenagh, A4}u-\ 
iamt za Apr. 79 S 

Charles Grant ManseU Fasken 



svBioir OS 
2irD LxavT. 



5 Jan. 60 

x8 Jan. 61 
' z June 60 
' x June 60 
P 9 Aug. 64 
xaJoiy 55 
X4 April 58 

'16 Aug. 64 

'3x Jan. 65 

zo Oct. 65 

'29 Dec. 65 

4 Aug. 60 

!*• 3 Aug. 60 

P X May 67 

9 Jan. 68 

Pzz April 68 

, '20 June 63 

P 2 Sept. 68 

' 8 June 70 

»3oNov. "*> 

i'z4 Dec. 



.77 






z Wilford Laurence Child 

3 Affleck Alexander Fraser 

Geox^ John Ninian Logan-Home 

James Cecil Balfour Craster 

Charles G.Whittaker EdwardeslSdwardes 
Charles Du Plat Richardson-Griffiths.. 
Randolph Seton Bum 

a Julian Meado Schreiber 

z John Stanley Lightfoot 

a Thomas Hammond 

a Robert FxtzRoy Maclean Johnstone .. 

z Charles Edward Siuck^ Lean 

a Charles Moorehead Hamilton 

a Reginald Dennis Burlt