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Royal United Service Museum, 


Lieut.-Colonel Sir ARTHUR LEETHAM, F.S.A. (Curator). 


Printed for the Council of 



Craven House, Kingsway, and Marshalsea Works, 







In the Compilation of this Catalogue I have endeavoured to 
provide, in as concise a form as possible, a book which will be of 
general historical interest to the many thousands of Visitors who 
annually come to see the Museum. 

Having regard to the nature of the Museum (especially the vast 
field of Naval and Military History which it covers), the limited 
space, and the consequent necessity of having at times to' remove 
certain objects in order to exhibit others, it was found quite impos- 
sible to classify the numerous exhibits under groups or collections : 
but the index, which has been added, is of an exhaustive nature 
and will assist the Visitor in readily finding the objects of special 

I would point out that the value of a work of this kind lies 
in its accuracy, and should any mistakes have crept into its pages 
in the course of compilation and printing, I hope they will be 
pointed out to me, that they may be rectified in future editions. 

In the first edition of this Catalogue I was greatly indebted to 
the assistance which I received from Mr. B. E. Sargeaunt, formerly 
Assistant Secretary of the Institution, and now Treasurer to the 
Government of the Isle of Man. Commander W. F. Caborne, 
C.B., R.N.R., has also rendered me much valuable help in 
describings the! Naval Exhibits, and Mr. A. N. A. Pinhey, the 
Assistant Secretary and Curator, has assisted me generally. 







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History of the Museum and Building. 

The Royal United Service Museum, which is under the 
control of the Council of the Royal United Service Institution, was 
founded by His Majesty King William IV. on 25th June, 1 83 1 , it 
then being known as "The Naval and Military Library and 
Museum." Its home was originally Vanbrugh House, situated in 
Whitehall Yard, a house designed and built by Sir John Vanbrugh 
out of the ruins of that portion of Whitehall which was destroyed 
by fire. 

In 1833 the Government, at the express instance of the 
Sovereign, and with a due consideration of the public utility and 
benefit likely to result from the establishment of the Institution, were 
pleased to grant it the use of a more spacious building. This 
consisted of the former office of the Board of Works situated in 
Inner Scotland Yard the two buildings being connected by a 
passage which led to a small house, on the site of which the lecture 
theatre was built in 1849-50. 

In 1895 the Museum was transferred to its present building, 
which is the Banqueting House of Old Whitehall Palace, a 
building sentimentally and historically connected with the life of the 
English nation. In the reign of James I., the old Palace of White- 
hall had become so ruinous, the greater part having been destroyed 
by fire in 1 589, that it was determined to rebuild it, and the 
splendid structure which now contains the Museum is a part of the 
original design by Inigo Jones, to whom the building was entrusted. 

Horace Walpole says : "The intended Palace of Whitehall, if it 
had been carried out, would have been the most truly magnificent 
and beautiful fabric of any of the kind in Europe." The Banquet- 
ing House, so called from having been placed on the site of the 
apartments called by that name erected by Queen Elizabeth, was 
commenced in 1619, and completed in 1622, at a cost of about 
1 6,000, the stone for the building having been drawn from the 
quarries at Portland. Charles I. commissioned Rubens to paint the 
ceiling ; it is divided by a rich frame-work of gilded mouldings into 
nine compartments, with allegorical subjects. The centre one 
represents the apotheosis of James I. ; on either side of the ceiling 
are oblong panels expressing the Peace and Plenty, Harmony and 
Happiness, which, according to the painter's fancy, signalised the 
reign of James I. ; and in the other compartments Rubens* patron, 
Charles, is introduced in scenes intended to represent his birth, 
and his coronation as King of Scotland ; while the oval compart- 
ments at the corners are intended, by allegorical figures, to show the 
triumph of Virtue over Vice. Rubens was paid by Charles I. the 
sum of three thousand pounds and received the honour of knight- 
hood for his work, in which, according to Sir Godfrey Kneller, he 
was assisted by Jordaens. The sketches were made in England, 
probably on the spot, but the actual painting was executed and 
completed in Antwerp in the year 1635. 

The Ceiling has been five times restored. In the reign of 
George II. by Kent; in 1785 by Cipriani; in 1837 under the 
direction of Sir Robert Smirke (when the entire building was 
restored at a cost of 1 5,000 by Sir John Soane) ; again at a later 
date in the 1 9th century ; and finally in the years 1 906 and 1 907. 

In July, 1 906, by direction of the First Commissioner of His 
Majesty's Office of Works, a close inspection was made of the Roof 
and of the Ceiling, with a view to all necessary repairs being 
carried out. 


painted by Rubens, and completed in 1635. 

(Frtm thi Engravinf 1) GrUilin.) 

T The oil-paintings, in places, were scarcely discernible from the 
floor owing to their dirty condition and to their uneven surface (the 
pictures were held up at intervals by canvas bands and this caused 
an irregular surface resembling that of a quilt). The light, too, acting 
on the uneven surface, gave the paintings the appearance of being 
damp. The pictures were suspended by iron hangers screwed to the 
tie beams of the roof : these iron hangers were locked into iron 
plates fixed on to the picture frames and on to the battens across 
them. The hangers were at intervals of about four or five feet. The 
backs of the picture frames were covered with an old-fashioned 
oilcloth to keep the paintings free from dust. The pictures 
were attached to the frames and battens at the back by pieces 
of canvas twisted round them at intervals of about three feet. 

Upon the report being referred from the Office of Works to 
the Treasury, a sum of money was granted in November, 1 906, for 
the restoration of the Rubens paintings and for the repairing 
regilding, and renovation of the ceiling. The Museum was closed 
to the Public, and a scaffolding, extending to the Ceiling, was 
erected from the floor in November, 1 906. When the paintings were 
taken down from the Ceiling, upon examination, some of them were 
found to be in very bad condition, the canvas in many cases being 
broken away from the attachments on the frames. Before taking 
the paintings off the frames, they were properly cleaned and made 
pliable, and covered over with tissue paper. After being taken off 
the old frames they were found to be attached to another 
canvas. On the back of this second canvas was a coating of what 
appeared to be glue and finely powdered glass, evidently put on 
as an attempt to stiffen the paintings and to prevent the sagging 
which was so visible from the floor. This old lining canvas was 
taken off and the backs of the paintings were scraped to remove all 
foreign substances which had adhered to them ; the canvas was 
very carefully repaired, and the paintings, each one going through 

the same process, were carefully rolled up for safety whilst the 
frames were being repaired. 

When the old frames were exposed, they were found to be 
in a very dilapidated and worm-eaten condition, but it was decided 
that it would be better to retain them than make new ones, 
owing to the difficulty in procuring properly seasoned wood for such 
large frames. The old frames were carefully repaired and the 
worm-eaten parts were, painted with a solution to kill the worm in 
the wood, and new timber intermediates were put in to strengthen 
the old wood. Owing to the damage done to the paintings by 
the original method of attachment to the frames, it was deemed 
advisable, after careful consideration, that they should be fixed in a 
different way, so as to obviate the sagging. One of the oval frames 
was prepared accordingly in the following manner : 

The frame was repaired and strengthened as before described, 
and the face planed down to a level surface. Laminated boarding 
half-an-inch thick and consisting of five pieces of wood, the outside 
boards being maple, was then screwed on to the frame and the 
intermediates with brass screws. These screws were countersunk 
and covered with a stopping used by picture restorers. Where the 
joints of the laminated boarding butted together, similar stopping 
was used and the face was carefully sandpapered until a smooth 
surface was obtained. This boarding was then covered with a 
strong canvas pasted down to it by means of hot irons, the canvas 
being then nailed to the edges of the frame. When this frame 
was completed it was kept for a time to see if there was any 
movement in the laminated boarding ; it was then submitted to a 
Committee of Experts. 

After various meetings and consultations it was decided to 
prepare the whole of the frames m this manner and to fix the 
paintings direct to this flat surface, and so prevent the sagging 


aspect which the pictures previously possessed, and which was 
so detrimental to their appearance. 

The paintings were then unrolled and after composition had 
been pasted on the back of the canvas they were carefully ironed 
until they adhered to the frames, which had been prepared and 
finished in a similar manner to the oval one, already described. 

The tissue paper was then removed from the face of the 
paintings, which were stopped and touched up with colour where 
cracked and damaged. This was a work requiring great care and 
patience ; when all the damaged portions had been restored the 
pictures were varnished. 

As each painting was finished it was hoisted up on to the 
scaffold and then fixed to the roof timbers with iron hangers as 
originally attached. When the frames were repaired and 
strengthened it was found the laminated boarding added con- 
siderably to their weight. The oval pictures, when completed, 
weighed 8 cwt. each, they are 7 ft. 10 ins. wide and 1 9 ft. 2 ins. 
long ; the square pictures, 1 3 tons each, are 18 ft. 2 ins. wide and 
24 ft. 8 ins. long ; the large oval centre picture, 2\ tons, is 20 ft. 
8 ins. wide and 32 ft. 1 in. long ; the side panels, 1 ton each, are 
7 ft. 1 1 ins. wide and 39 ft. 7 ins. long. Thus the nine pictures 
and frames weigh nearly nine tons. 

The work was carried out under the direction of His 
Majesty's Office of Works. 

The restoration of the pictures was commenced in December, 

1 906, and completed in August, 1 907. In September and October, 

1907, the entire Hall was repainted, on the completion of which 
the Museum, which had been closed to the public since November, 
1 906, was re-arranged and re-opened in December, 1 907. 

In the Banqueting House were held some of the many fetes and 
masques of the time of James I., whose bust by Le Sueur stands at the 
northern end ; and it was used for like revelries in the days 
preceding the Civil War. On that chill Tuesday morning of the 
30th January, 1649, His Majesty King Charles I. walked firmly 
between the files of soldiers from his last night's resting place in St. 
James's Palace, where he had been from noon on Saturday, to the 
Green Chamber of Whitehall Palace. Here he was allowed to be 
alone for some time with the faithful Juxon, who gave him the 
Sacrament. Thence he passed through the Banqueting House, and 
out of a window, on to the scaffold in the open street. An 
inscription on brass has been placed in the hall to recall the tragedy. 

It was in this building that Cromwell in 1 657, in addressing the 
Parliament which he had summoned, made his famous speech 
declining the Crown which had been offered to him by a party of 
his, adherents. And m this hall, on the Restoration, Charles II. 
received the felicitations of both Houses of Parliament, while they 
received from him assurances of future well-doings. 

When James II., restless and uneasy, was waiting for what he 
must have felt was at least a possible fate, he ordered a weathercock 
to be placed where he might see it from his own apartment, that 
he might learn with his own eye whether the wind was Protestant 
or Papist. The wind turned Protestant and James took his depar- 
ture ; the weathercock still stands on the end of the Banqueting 
House. On 1 3th February, 1 688, both Houses of the Convention 
waited on the Prince and Princess of Orange in this hall to offer 
them the Crown, and the same day William and Mary were 
publicly proclaimed King and Queen. 

With the accession of the House of Hanover the Banqueting 
House assumed a new role, for the Government turned it into a 
chapel. In it the ceremonies connected with the distribution of the 

Sovereign's Maundy benefactions took place annually until 1890. 
One of the last public acts of King William IV. was the re-opening 
in State, on the 30th April, 1837, of the Chapel Royal, and from 
that date to the last day of 1890, the building, though never 
consecrated, was utilised for religious purposes. 



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The Royal United Service Museum. 

1.- An Upright Barometer, the frame of which is made from 
the Stern Post of H.M.S. "T6me'raire," which ship took a prominent 
part in the battle of Trafalgar. A Trafalgar Memorial Medal of 
the pattern struck and circulated with permission of the Govern- 
ment by Mr. Bpulton, to the officers and men who took part 
in the Battle, is inlet. Given by Mrs. E. E. Thomas. 

2. Two Seals Of H.M. King William IV., Founder of the 
Royal United Service Museum. Given by Major- General A. F. 

3. Two Old Muzzle-loading Guns (Latter end of 18th 
Century). Dredged up from the sea off Slaines Castle, Aberdeen- 
shire. Transferred from Windsor Castle in 1901. Given by 
H.M. King Edward VII. 

4. An Anchor with Iron Stock, probably belonging to a Schooner 
or Brigantine, dredged up from the sea off Slaines Castle, Aberdeen- 
shire, period about 1850. Transferred from Windsor Castle in 
1901. Given by H.M. King Edward VII. 

5. Hat worn by Lieut.-General Sir Thomas Picton, who commanded 
the Third Division at the Battle of Vittoria, June 21st, 1813, when 
the French Army was totally defeated by the Allied Armies. He 
wore this civilian head-dress owing to inflammation of the 
eyes. Given by Lieut. -Colonel W. Picton Mortimer. 

6. Bullet by which Lieut.-General Sir Thomas Picton met his death 
at the Battle of Waterloo, when, according to Wellington's words, 
" As he was leading his Division to a bayonet charge by which one 
of the most serious attacks made by the Enemy on our position 
was defeated," already severely wounded, he was struck in the 
temple by a bullet, which, entering his brain, caused instan- 
taneous death. Given by Lieut. -Colonel W. Picton Mortimer. 

7. Piece of Wood, fragment of the tree under which Sir Thomas 
Picton was laid after his death at Waterloo. Given by Lieut.- 
Colonel W. Picton Mortimer. 

8. Map of the Theatre Of War, Waterloo Campaign, 1815, 
saturated with the blood of Lieut.-General Sir Thomas Picton 
(killed at the Battle of Waterloo by a Musket Ball). The Map was 
taken from the pocket of his Coattee on the following morning by 
his Servant, Henry Barnes. Given by Mr. Henry Barnes. 


9. Boat's Ensign used by the Sledge party from II.M.S. "Hecla," 
Captain Parry, in 1826, when an attempt was made to reach the 
North Pole, from Spitzbergeii, but when a latitude of 82 45 ' N 
was attained, it was found that the current was setting the ice 
floes to the Southward nearly as fast as the men could drag the 
Sledges towards the North, and the expedition was consequently 

The Ensign was for some time in the possession of Admiral E. 
J. Bird, who formed one of the party. Given by Commander 
I. G. Bird, R.N. 

1O. Kondo, or West African Head-dress. Given by Lieut. -Colonel J. 
T. Evatt, D.S.O. 

12. A Chinese Banner taken from the South Taku Fort by the 
British Naval Brigade, who led the Allied Storming Party on June 
17th, 1900. Given by Admiral of the Fleet, Sir E. H. Seymour, 
G.C.B., O.M., G.C. V.O., who commanded the British Forces. 

13. French Cuirass brought from Waterloo by an Officer of the 
Royal Horse Guards. Given by Captain A. G. Fullerton. 

14. Pair of French Duelling Swords (18oO). Given by 

Captain A. G. Fullerton. 

15. Painting of H.M.S. "Malabar," the Indian Troop-ship 
It was painted on board by the Ship's Painter, Harold Whitehead, 
1885. Given by Captain JV. H. C. Dickinson. 

16. Nelson Jug, Staffordshire Ware, made about 1806, and pur- 
chased from an old Seaman who served under Nelson. Given by 
Mrs. George Brodie. 

17. Paper Knife made from the wood of Lord Nelson's Flag-ship 
" Victory " and presented by the Lords of the Admiralty to the 
village of Burnham Thorpe, where Nelson was born, Michaelmas 
Day, 1758. Given by Mrs. Charles R. Whitty. 

18. The Turton Nelson Medal. William Turton, M.D., was 
best known as a Conchologist, but wag also celebrated as a writer 
on Medical and other subjects; he edited a book of poems by 
various authors in Latin and English on the " Death of Nelson," 
and this Medal was struck for circulation with these poems. 
Given by Mrs. Charles R. Whitty. 

19. Gold Ring, with portrait of Lord Nelson, made at Naples, about 
1800: history unknown. Given by Mrs. Charles R. Whitty. 

2O. Buffalo Powder Horn, taken from the body of Jecumseh, 
the renowned Chippaway Chief, who was killed at the Battle of the 
Thames, Canada, on 12th October, 1813, while bravely fighting for 
the English. It was given by his son to Dr. R. D. Forster. Given 
by Dr. R. D. Forttrr. 


21. Dolman and Sash of the loth (The King's; Hussars; period, 
early 19th century ; worn by Colonel Lane. Given by Miss 

22. Sword, Light Cavalry pattern, 1815. It was carried by Colonel 
Lane, 15th Hussars, at the Battle of Waterloo Given by Miss 

23. Field Officer's Shako, known as the " Albert" shako, worn 
by the 95th, now 2nd Battalion Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire 
Regiment, between the years 1855-61. Worn by the late Colonel 
H. Hume, C.B., afterwards Grenadier Guards and Ensign of the 
Yeomen of the Guard. Given by Miss Hume. 

24. Epaulette worn by Major H. Hume, 95th Regiment, at the 
Battle of the Alma. Given by Miss Hume. 

25. Sword, Infantry pattern, used in the Crimea by Major Hume, 
95th Regiment. Given by Miss Hume. 

26. Pair Of Epaulettes of the Ensign. Yeomen of the Guard, worn 
by Colonel H. Hume, C.B. Given by Miss Hume. 

27. Sword worn by the Ensign (Colonel H. Hume, C.B.), Yeomen of 
the Guard, I860. Given by Miss Hume. 

28. Russian War Medal for the Austro- Russian campaign, for 
the suppression of the Hungarian insurrection in 1849. Taken 
from the coat of a dead Russian officer, killed at Inkerman. Given 
by Miss Hume. 

29. Pair of Epaulettes of the Royal Engineers, 1840. Given by 
Mrs. Gunn. 

30. Two Pairs Of Epaulettes of the Royal Dockyard Battalion, 
1805. Given by Mrs. Gunn. 

31. One 2.5-in. Muzzle-loading Shell, of the Mountain Gun 

pattern 1870-80. Given by H.M. King Edward VII. 

32. Two 84- pounder Solid Shot, fired from the Russian ship 
"Vladimir" into the position of the Allied Army at the Battle of 
Inkerman, 5th November, 1854. Brought home and given to H.M. 
Queen Victoria by Lieut.-Cplonel the Hon. C. Lindsay, Grenadier 
Guards. Given by H.M. King Edward VII. 

35. A Pair of Staff Epaulettes. Given by Miss Hume. 

36. Order Of St. George Of Russia, conferred on Lieut. - 
General Sir Hudson Lowe. Given by Miss C. M. Lowe (hit 

37. -Prussian Order of Military Merit, conferred on Sir 
Hudcon Lowe. Given by Miss C. M. Lowe. 


38. An Original Portrait of Sir Hudson Low. Git-en by Miss 
C. M. Loice. 

39. Riband of a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of 
St. Michael and St. George, worn by Sir Hudson Lowe. 
Given by Miss C. M. Lowe. 

40. Riband (for the neck) of a Knight Commander of 
the Order of the Bath, worn by Sir Hudson Lowe. Given 
by Miss C. M. Lowe. 

41. Miniature of Colonel E. A. H. Webb, C.S.I., Madras Staff Corps, 
painted when an Ensign, at the age of 18, in 1833. Given by 
Lieut.- Colonel E. A. H. Webb. 

42. Miniature, by Sir Thomas Lawrence, R.A., believed to be of 
Ensign H. Trigg, 41st (Welch) Regiment. Given by J. H. 
Glutton, Esq. 

43. Miniature of Commander W. H. Dickson, R.N., founder of the 
.Royal Naval School, Eltham, and Secretary of the Royal Naval 
Benevolent Fund. Given by Henry Dickson, Esq., and William, 
Dickson, Esq. 

44. Medals and Decorations conferred on, and Presentations 
made to the late Admiral Sir George Back, Kt., D.C.L., 
F.R.S V together with an Autograph Letter of H.M. Queen 
Victoria, 3rd October, 1837. The exhibits comprise the 
Gold and Silver Medals of the Royal Geographical Society, 
the Gold Medal of the Geographical Society of France, a 
silver snuff box presented oy the Trinity House, a com- 
pass with box of instruments, the Military Order of St. 
George of Russia, with the miniature of the same Order. 
Given by Mrs. Back (his Niece). 

45. Medals and Orders of ithe late General Sir John Ormsby 
Vandeleur, G.C.B., a distinguished cavalry leader in the 
Mahratta, Peninsula, and Waterloo Campaigns. The 
collection comprises the General Officer's Gold Medal, with 
clasps Vittoria and Salamanca for the Peninsula Cam- 
paign ; the General Officer's Gold Cross for the same 
Campaign ; the Star of a Knight Grand Cross of the Order 
of the Bath ; the Waterloo Medal ; the Russian Order of 
St. Vladimir ; and the Bavarian Order of Maximilian 
Joseph. Given by Mrs. Richard Vigors Doyne. 

46. The Badge of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, 

This, the highest of English Orders, was created on 19th January, 
1348, by King Edward III. The Knights of the Order are limited 
to 25. 

47. The Roumanian Order "de la Couronne," created 
in 1881. 


48. The Servian Order " De Takovo," created in 1865. The 
Riband is red for the military, and red, white and blue for the 
civil division. 

49. The French Military Medal of the reign of Louis 

50. The French Order of the Legion of Honour, created 
in 1802. The insignia here shown is of about the date 1812. In 
the reign of Louis-Philippe the eagle was substituted by two tri- 
colour nags. 

51. The Turkish Order of the Medjidie, created in 1852. 

52. Chinese Order of the Double Dragon (5th Class), 
created in 1881. 

53. Medal, awarded by the Order of St. John of Jerusalem in Eng- 
land for service in the cause of humanity. The Order of St. John 
of Jerusalem was instituted in 1048. 

54. Grenadier Cap, worn by an officer of the 2nd or Royal North 
British Dragoons (Scots Greys) at the Battle of Dettingen, in 1745. 
The Scots Greys is the only Cavalry Grenadier Regiment in the 
British service. Given by Captain L. Macquarrie. 

55. Staff-Sergeant's Shako of the 56th (West Essex) Regiment, 
now 2nd Bn. the Essex Regiment; period 1804-15. Given by F. 
Lee, Esq., R.A. 

56. Shako, as worn by the rank and file of the Foot Guards and of 
the Line during the Peninsula and Waterloo Campaigns, and until 

57. Helmet, Light Dragoon pattern, worn by Officers of the Old 
Westminster Volunteer Cavalry, from 1794 until 1800. Given by J. 
L. Elliott, Esq. 

58. Grenadier Cap, worn by a Private in the Grenadier Company 
of the Strathspey Highlanders, or Grant Fencibles, between 
1793 and 1799. This was the pattern of the first bearskin 
Grenadier Cap worn in the Army. It was introduced in 
1765. Given by Caroline, Countess of Seafield. 

59. Grenadier Cap, worn by a Drummer of the Grenadier Com- 
pany of the Strathspey Highlanders, or Grant Fencibles, 
between 1793 and 1799. Given by Caroline, Countess of 

BO. Grenadier Cap, worn by Lieutenant J. B. Harrison, of the 
Grenadier Company of the South Hampshire Militia (now 
3rd Battalion the Hampshire Regiment) during the embodi- 
ment of the Seven Years' War, 1759-65. The Captain of 
the Company was Edward Gibbon, the Roman Historian. 
Given by H. A. Harrison, Esq. 


61. Cocked Hat, worn by Trooper J. Merritt, Royal Horse Guards 
during the Campaign in Flanders, 1793-95. Hats of this 
description were worn in the Household Cavalry from about 
1785 to 1810. Given by Mr. J. Merritt, late Trooper, 
Boyal Horse Guards. 

62. Cap, worn by the Newport Light Infantry, a corps formed in 

Newport, Rhode Island, America, in the year 1774. On 
the front of the Cap is the figure of America wearing the 
cap of Liberty, the motto " Patria cara, carior Libertas," 
the initials G.R., and the Anchor. The Corps fought 
against the British in the War of Independence. 

63. Shako, with ball tuft, worn by Officers of the llth, now Devon- 

shire Regiment, between the years 1846 and 1857. Given by S. M. 
Milne, Esq. 

64. Officer's Shako, 3rd Light Dragoons, of the pattern in use in 

65. Officer's Helmet, Royal Horse Guards, of the pattern in use 
between the years 1825 and 1833. 

66. Helmet, worn by Dragoon Guards between the years 1812 and 

67. Trooper's Helmet, 8th Light Dragoons, as used between 1800 
and 1815. 

68. Helmet, with Plume, worn by Officers of the 5th (Princess Char- 
lotte of Wales's) Dragoon Guards between the years 1834 and 1846, 
Given by Major- General W. E. Marsland. 

69. Blue Cloth Helmet, with white plume, as worn by Officers of 
the Royal Artillery for a short time in 1854. Given by Major- 
General P. H. Sandilands. 

7O. -Shako, worn by Officers of the Royal Marine Light Infantry 
about 1820. 

71. Shako, with white ball tuft, worn by Officers of the 66th (Berk- 
shire) Regiment, now the 2nd Battalion Princess Charlotte of Wales's 
(Royal Berkshire) Regiment, between the years 1830 and 1846. 
Given by Lieut.- Colonel R. M. Holden. 

72. Officer's Shako, as used by the 81st Regiment, now 2nd 
Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, between the years 
1817 and 1828. Given by Messrs. Holt $ Co. 

73. -Private's Shako of the 13th Light Infantry of about 185E. 

74. Private's Shako of the 71st Highland Light Infantry, worn up 
to the year 1870. Given by Colonel J. A. Man Stuart, C.B., C.M.G. 

75. Officer's Cap, 16th Lancers, as in use at the time of the Crimean 
War. Gii-en by Major F. L. Dashwood. 


76. Busby, with gold cords and blue and white plume, worn by 
Officers of the Corps of Eoyal Engineers from 1870 to 1876. Given 
by Colonel G. W. Stockley. 

77. Shako, worn by Officers of the 29th (Worcestershire) Regiment, 
between 1861 and 1870. Given by Lieut.-Colonel H. E. E. Everard. 

78. Helmet of the Lancashire Provisional Cavalry. 

SO. A Piece of one Of the Timbers of the cabin of H.M.S. 
" Victory." It was struck by a round shot at the Battle 
of Trafalgar, and taken from the ship's side at Chatham 
Dockyard. Given by The Lords Commissioners of the 

81. Dirk, worn by Lord Nelson when a Midshipman on board H.M.S. 
" Seahorse " in the East Indies, in 1776. It was at this 
period that, after a gloomy reverie, he, in a sudden glow 
of patriotism, exclaimed : "I will be a hero, and confiding 
in Providence, I will brave every danger." Given by J. 
E. Foster, Esq. 

82. Boulton's Trafalgar Medal, struck in commemoration 
of the great victory at the expense of Mr. M. Boulton, of 
the Soho Works, near Birmingham, and with the permission 
of the Government, issued in silver to Captains and First 
Lieutenants and in pewter to the Junior Officers and men 
who took part in the fight. Some bronze specimens were 
also struck as proofs. The Boulton Medal was very highly 
valued by the recipients, and it must be remembered that 
the Naval General Service Medal with clasp for Trafalgar 
was not issued until 1848. 

83. Naval General Service Medal, obverse and reverse 
awarded by H.M. Queen Victoria, in 1848, to survivors 
of all ranks, of the actions fought between 1793 and 1840, 
including the battles of the Nile and Trafalgar. 

Clasps. Actions. 

Total Fleet and Ship Actions ... 177 147* 

Total Boat Service Actions ... ... 54 55f 

84. His Majesty's Commission, dated 26th May, 1779, 
appointing Lieutenant Horatio Nelson Captain of H.M.S. 
" Hinchinbroke." Given by The Rev. G. M. Traherne. 

85. Sword, taken from a French Officer on board the " Intrepide" at 
the Battle of Trafalgar. The " Intrepide," Captain 
L. A. C. Internet, was a 74-gun ship, and during the action 
she was engaged* by the "Africa," 64 guns, for 40 minutes. 
At about 4 p.m. the " Orion," 74 guns, bore down under 
the stern of the " Intrepide," and brought to on her port 
bow, so covering the " Africa " entirely. At 5 p.m. the 
" Intrepide " hauled down her colours. Her casualties 
numbered 306 ; she was eventually burnt. 

* For 26 of the 147 actions two distinct clasps were awarded, and for 2 of the 147 three 
distinct clasps, 
t For boat Service one clasp commemorated two actions, so deduct one. 


86. Specimen of the Caulking taken from the main wales of 
H.M.S. Victory in July, 1823. Given by The Hwioui able Lady Grey. 

87. Dirk of a French Officer on board the " Intrepide," at the Battle of 
Trafalgar. It was taken after the ship had hauled down her 
colours. Given by Captain Sir J. Holburne, Hart. R.N. 

88. Pistol taken from an Officer of the French ship " Intre'pide," at 
the iiattle of Tralfalgar. Given bu Captain Sir J. Holburne, 
Bart., R.N. 

89. Some of the Spirit in which Lord Nelson's body was pre- 
served on board H.M.S. "Victory" during her voyage 
home. The "Victory" arrived at Portsmouth on 4th 
December, 1805. The body lay in State in the Painted 
Hall at Greenwich on 5th January, and was removed to the 
Admiralty on the 8th January. The funeral took place 
at St. Paul's Cathedral on the following day. 

9O, -Piece Of Wood from the deck of H.M.S. " Victory," where Lord 
Nelson fell on receiving his mortal wound at Trafalgar, 
21st October, 1805. He was killed by a ball fired from the 
mizzen-top of the French ship " Redoutable," and died -at 
4.30 p.m. His last words were : " Thank God I have done 
. my duty." Given by Captain E. C. L. Perrott, R.N. 

91. Ticket, signed by the Garter King of Arms, admitting Captain 
Edward Rotherham, R.N., into the funeral procession of 
Lord Nelson, from the Admiralty to St. Paul's Cathedral 
on the 9th January, 1806. Captain Rotherham was Captain 
of H.M.S. " Royal Sovereign," the flag-ship of Lord 
Collingwood at Trafalgar. 

92. Cocked Hat, worn by Lord Nelson at the Battle of Copenhagen 
2nd April, 1801, when the Danes were defeated with the 
loss of 17 of their 18 ships in the line of battle, while not 
a British ship was absolutely disabled. Given by Messrs. 
Widdowson and Veale. 

93. -Foul Weather Cocked Hat, with waterproof crown, worn 
by Lord Nelson in his last service in H.M.S. "Victory," 
1803-1805. Given by J. N. Powell, Esq. 

94-. An Artificial Laurel Wreath, placed on Lord Nelson's 
coffin in the Barge which conveyed his remains from Green- 
wich to Whitehall on 8th January, 1806. Given by J. N. 
Powell, Esq. 

95. A Piece Of Brocade from the train worn by Lady Nelson on 
the day she received His Royal Highness Prince William 
Henry, who had come to pay her his congratulations after 
her marriage. Given by Miss M. Edith Nelson. 

96. The Fighting Sword of Lord Nelson, being not one of 
the regulation pattern, but of a previous century. It 
- had belonged to Admiral G. Walpole, who wore it when in 
command of H.M.S. " Lion," 60 guns, in the action with 
the French in Vado Bay, in the Mediterranean, in 1711, 
in which he lost his right arm. Admiral Walpole left the 
sword to his grand-nephew and god-son, Captain Maurice 



Suckling, R.N., who valued it highly and gave it to his 
nephew, Horatio Nelson, with the injunction never to part 
with it while he had life. Nelson used this sword, and 
not that shown in so many of our historical pictures, in 
the boarding of the "San Nicolas" and "San Josef" at 
St. Vincent and Teneriffe, where he in turn lost his right 
arm. Lord Nelson wore no sword during the Battle of 
Trafalgar 1 . There were doubtless several swords in his 
Cabin, but it seems more than likely that had he had use 
for a sword his usual fighting one would have been resorted 
to. Two of the swords from his Cabin were disposed of in 
1830 by Alderman Smith, who had received many of Nelson's 
effects from Lady Hamilton, prior to her death in 1814. 
On the "Victory's" arrival in England, Captain Hardy 
sent all of Nelson's effects to Lady Hamilton. Given by 
Admiral Sir George Eobert Lambert, G.C.B. 

97. Medal, struck from the copper of H.M.S. " Foudroyant," Lord 
Nelson's flagship in the Mediterranean in 1799. Given by Mrs. 

98. Gold Lace, from the coat worn by Lord Nelson when he lost his 
right arm at Santa Cruz, on the 24th July, 1797. Given by Surgeon, 
Sir William Beatty, M.D., R.N. 

99. Medal, commemorative of the Victory of the Nile, struck at the 
expense of Mr. Alexander Davison (an old friend of Lord 
Nelson, who had been appointed agent for the prizes won 
in the battle), and distributed by him in gold to the 
Captains, in silver to the Lieutenants and Warrant Officers, 
In gilt metal to the Petty Officers, and in copper to the 
Seamen and Marines. 

1OO. The Blade of a combined Knife and Fork for one hand. Given 
by Miss Hutton. 

1O1. Pair of Silver Ice Pails, Covers and Liners,, with lion's 
mask and ring handles, the lower part fluted, and with 
gadroon borders. Engraved with Lord Nelson's Coat of 
Arms, and inscribed : " Presented by the Committee 
appointed to manage the subscription raised for the benefit 
of the wounded and the relatives of those who were killed 
in the glorious victory obtained off Copenhagen on the 2nd 
April, 1801, to Vice-Admiral Lord Nelson, K.B., Duke of 
Bronte, etc., in testimony of the high sense entertained 
of his meritorious and unprecedented exertions in defence 
of his country, which, at the peril and danger of his life, 
he so nobly sustained previous to the engagement, and as 
a token of his brilliant and gallant conduct during the 
whole of that memorable action. John Julian Angerstein, 
Chairman, Lloyd's Coffee House." The set originally con- 
sisted of four; these two were purchased by Mr. J. A. 
Mullens at the sale of the Bridport Collection in 1895. 
Given by J. A. Mullens, Esq. 

1O2. A Silver Fork, portion of Lord Nelson's sea plate. Gictn by 
Major H. H. Gould, R.M.L.I. 


1O3. Satin Embroidery, worked by Lady Nelson, and commenced 
while attending the sick couch of her husband during his 
sufferings occasioned by the amputation of his right arm, 
which he lost at Santa Cruz by a cannon shot. She com- 
pleted the work during his absence at the Battle of the 
Nile. Given by Miss M. Edith Nelson. 

1O4. Bottle of Port, being a portion of Lord Nelson's cellar in 
H.M.S. "Victory" during the Battle of Trafalgar. It 
was purchased from the Executors. Given by Spencer 
Weston, Esq. 

1O5. Writing Case, generally used by Lady Hamilton when writ- 
ing to Lord Nelson. Given by Lieut. B. Haines, JR.N. 

1O6. Portrait of Lord Nelson, from the original drawn from 
life on the 8th December, 1800, by De Ivoster. Lord Nelson 
considered this the best likeness of himself ever taken. 
Given by Captain C. B. Levita, li.A. 

1O7. Specimen of Gilt Metal Snuff-boxes made about the 

time" of Lord Nelson's death, and much valued at the time 
as a memorial of the fallen hero. Given by Ernest G. 
Percy, Esfr. 

1O8. Cocked Hat, worn by Field-Marshal The Duke of Wellington 
when. Commander-in-Chief of the British Army in 1842 to 

The Cockade is black for England, Scarlet for Spain, 
Red and Blue for Portugal, and Orange for Holland. 
Given by Sir Sibbald D. Scott, Bart., F.S.A. 

1O9. Riband of the Order of the Garter, worn by Field- 
Marshal The Duke of Wellington, K.G. Given by Sir S. 
D. Scott, Bart., F.S.A. 

11O. Pair of White Gloves, worn by the Duke of Wellington 
when Commander-in-Chief, 1842-1852. Given by Sir S. D. 
Scott, Bart., F.S.A. 

111. Cape used by the Duke of Wellington during the Waterloo 
Campaign. It became the property of Mr. Joseph 
Boulcot, His Grace's Baggage Master and personal Atten- 
dant. Given by Major J. C. Tait. 

112. Umbrella used by the Duke of Wellington. It became the 
property of Mr. Joseph Boulcot, His Grace's Baggage 
Master and personal Attendant, who left it to his cousin, 
Mr. George Lawrence. Given by Major J. C. Tait. 

113. A Frame containing various relics from the Field of Waterloo. 

114. A Case of Surgical Instruments used at the Battle of 
Trafalgar by Surgeon Thomas Caird, R.N., on board 
H.M.S. " Temeraire." Given by Mrs. Caird. 


115-124. Fields-Marshal's Uniform, worn by Field-Marshal 
H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge, K.G. Given by Bear- 
Admiral Sir A. FitzGeorge, K.C.V.O. 

1 25-1 3O. Staff Officer's Uniform, worn by H.R.H. The 
Duke of Cambridge, during the Campaign in the Crimea 
(1854-6). Given by Bear-Admiral Sir A. FitzGeorge. 
' K.C.V.O. 

131-134. Saddle, Shabracque, Bridle, etc., presented by 

the Sultan of Turkey to Major-General H.R.H. the Duke 
of Cambridge, after the war in the Crimea. Given by Bear- 
Admiral Sir A. FitzGeorge, K.C.V.O. 

135. Cast Of a Caliver-Man of the Cromwellian period. (The 
Caliver was a hand firearm, lighter than a musket.) This, 
together with the eight following figures, were cast from 
the originals in carved oak on the staircase of Cromwell 
House, Highgate. Given by Colonel Cecil Bussell. 

136-143. These Casts represent in order : (1) A Targeteer or Rondo- 
lier; (2) Musketeer; (3) Drummer; (4) Fifer; (5) Officer of 
Infantry ; (6) Musketeer ; (7) Targeteer ; (8) Pikeman. All 
of the Cromwellian Period. Given by Colonel Cecil Bussell. 

144. An Eagle taken from the pouch of a French Soldier at the 
Battle of Waterloo. 

145. An Eagle from the Shako of a French Soldier at Waterloo. 

146. Eagle, from a pouch picked up by the Orderly of Sir 
J. Hardinge after the Battle of Waterloo. Given by W. Twopenny, 

147. Fragment of the Coffin of Napoleon 1. Given by 
Charles Buckton, Esq. 

148. Chain of the Garden Gate of the Chateau of 

Hpugomont. It was taken off the day after the Battle of 
Waterloo by Surgeon-Major Sir William Whymper, at that 
time Surgeon to the Coldstream Guards. Given by Mrs. 
F. H. Whymper. 

149. Razor which belonged to Napoleon I. It was found 
in his carriage directly after he had left it on his flight 
from the field of Waterloo. Given by Captain J. Meek. 

ISO. Shaving Brush of Napoleon I., also found in his 
carriage. Given by Captain J. Meek. 

151. The Ball by which the charger of Lieutenant (afterwards 
Lieut. -Colonel) J. C. Wallington was wounded at WateHoo. 
on 18th June, 1815. 


152. Sword of a French Staff Officer made prisoner at the Battle of 
Waterloo by Lieutenant William Hay, 12th Light Dragoons. 
Given by Mrs. Wood. 

153. Straight Sword-blade carried by the French Officer who 
led the Advance Party from the Column which attacked 
Hougomont at the Battle of Waterloo. He was killed by 
a Corporal of the 3rd Foot Guards. Given by Lieut.- 
Colonel J. Elrington. 

154-155. A Pair of Horse Pistols taken from the body of a 
French General OfGcer found killed amongst the guns of 
Major Roger's Battery at Waterloo. Given by Major- 
General <S. F. Wilson. 

156. Two Buttons and a Cartridge Extractor found on 
the Field of Waterloo on 18th September, 1821. Given by Mr. 

157. The Pocket Glass Of Napoleon I., used by him at the 
Battle of Waterloo, and given to Hugh. Duke of Northum- 
berland, by Sir James Wylie, Bart. ? Physician-General to 
the Emperor Alexander I. of Russia in 1815. Given by 
Eleanor, Duchess of Northumberland. 

158. Double-Barrelled Fusil used by Napoleon I. The 

barrels are richly gilt, and fitted with a short bayonet. 
The gun was found with part of the Emperor's baggage, 
which had been left behind at the Petrowski Palace, near 
Moscow, on the retreat of the French Army, in 1812. The 
fusil was given to Sir R. K. Porter by General Prince 
Alexander Sherbatow, a detachment of whose division of 
the Russian Army entered the Palace soon after its abandon- 
ment by the French. Given by Sir Robert K. Porter, 

I59-16O. Sabrctasche and Scabbard of General Charles 
Lefebre Desnouettes, taken prisoner during the retreat to 
Coruiia, 18<)9, by Private L. Grisdale, loth Hussars. He 
lived at Malvern and Cheltenham, where he made many 
friends ; but in 1812 he broke his parole and escaped to 
France. He was again taken prisoner at the Battle of 
Waterloo, 1815, and was eventually drowned off the Irish 
Coast in 1822. 

161. Telescope carried by Major-General Sir A. Woodford (after- 
wards Field-Marshal), who commanded a Brigade of Guards 
at Waterloo. It was given by his eon, Lieutenant A. G. 
Woodford, 56th Regiment, to the Museum shortly before 
his death, in 1853. 

162. Map of France, dated 1804, picked up on the Field of 
Waterloo, 18th June, 1815, by Sergeant-Major Butcher, 
llth Light Dragoons. Given by Mr. A. G. Butcher. 


163. Glove and Silk Handkerchief with which the wound of 
Lieut. -General the Earl of Uxbridge was staunched before 
amputation, at Waterloo, by his A.D.C., Captain T. Wild- 
man, 7th Hussars. The Earl of Uxbridge, afterwards 
Marquis of Anglesey, commanded the cavalry at Waterloo ; 
he was severely wounded by almost the last shot fired in 
the battle, which necessitated the amputation of his leg. 
Given by Mrs. Witdman. 

164. Grape Shot and Two Bullets picked up on the battlefield 
of Waterloo. Given by Captain De la Chaumette. 

165. Bottle of Water from Longwood, brought home during the 
time the house was occupied by Mapoleon I. at St. Helena, 1815-21. 

166. Hoof Of "Jock," the last surviving troop horse of the 2nd Life 
Guards present at the Battle of Waterloo. The horse was 
shot and buried in Hyde Park. 20th June, 1836. Given by 
Colonel Paschal. 

167. Hackle belonging to the Feather Bonnet worn by Private 
William Jack. 42nd Highlanders, in the Peninsula War, 
and at Waterloo. 

He was present at nine general engagements in the 
Peninsula, in addition to Waterloo.- Given by Pensioner 
William Jack. 

168. Cross Of the Legion of Honour picked up on the Field 
of the Battle of Waterloo. Given by W. Ebington Stuart, Esq. 

169. Piece Of Sail Cloth of the pattern used in 1805. Given by 
the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. 

17O.- Piece of Sail Cloth of the pattern used in 1842. Given by 
the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. 

171. Model Of the "James Royal," a 1st rate ship, built at 
Portsmouth in 1675 by Sir Anthony Deane. Her length was 1 32 feet ; 
breadth, 45 feet ; depth, 18 feet 4 inches ; draught, 20 feet 6 inches ; 
and onnage, 1.422. She carried a crew of 5GO in peace, but this was 
increased to 670 for war-strength abroad, and again to 780 for war- 
strength at home. She usually carried 90 guns, and was subsequently 
christened ' Victory." Given by Captain E. H. Scott, M.N. 

172. Sikh Chieftain's Jacket taken at the Battle of Ferozeshah, 

22nd December, 1845, by Lieutenant J. McKenzie Lyle, 
29th Foot, and Pair of Drum Sticks, picked up on the 
battlefield. Given by Lieut. -Colonel H. E. E. Everard. 

173. Photograph of Pensioner Roon, who hoisted Lord 
Nelson's famous signal at the Battle of Trafalgar, 
" England expects, etc." The photograph was taken in 
1858, when Roon was over 80 years of age. He was then a 
patient of the Donor at Greenwich Hospital. Given by 
Inspector-General F. W. Davis, B.N. 


174. Silk Sash worn by Ensign William Hay, 52nd Light Infantry 
in the Peninsula War, 1810-11, including the Battle of 
Fuentes D'Onor, 5th May, 1811. Given by Mrs. Wood 
(daughter of Ensign W. Hay). 

175. Button belonging to a Private of the 88th Commught Rangers 
part of the force under the Duke of Wellington, which 
occupied the town and lines of Torres Vedras, 1810. Picked 
up on the spot in 1870. Given by 'Lieut. -Colonel H. 

176. - Cross of the Legion of Honour, taken from the breast 

of a French Captain, by Captain C. J. Peshall, 88th Con- 
naught Rangers, at the Battle of Vittoria, 21st June. 1813, 
when the French were defeated by the Marquess of Welling- 
ton. Given by Lieutenant C. Peshall, 3rd Buffs. 

177. -Cross of the Legion of Honour of Napoleon I. 

178. Sword worn by General Reynier, who commanded the French 
Troops at the Battle of Maida, 4th July, 1806, where he was 
totally defeated by the British Force under Major-General 
Sir John Stuart. Given by Duncan Eobertson, Esq. 

179. Sword Knot of Ensign Richard Vance, 29th Foot, who was 
killed at the Battle of Albuera, 16th May, 1811, whilst 
carrying the Regimental Colour. For security he had 
concealed the Colour in the breast of his coat, where it was 
found on his dead body after the action. Given by Lieut.- 
Colonel H. E. E. Everard. 

18O. Franc Pieces, made from Church Plate melted down by 
the French during the Siege of the Fortress of Cattaro, in 
Dalmatia, then part of the French Empire. Cattaro sur- 
rendered to the Austrians in 1814. Given by Colonel E. A. 
Angela, K.H. 

181. Hymn Book published at Chatham in 1812 for the use of the 

French prisoners of war. 

182. Book of Common Prayer, printed in English and pub- 
lished in France in 1810, for the use of English Prisoners of 
War. On the cover are the words, " Consular Office, 

183. Drum-Major's Staff of a French Regiment, brought from 
the Peninsula War. 

184. Drum Major's Staff of the French 3 me Regiment Ix'gere, 
taken by the 27th Regiment, now the Royal Inniskilling 
Fusiliers, in the Peninsula War, at the Battle of Castalla, 
13th April, 1813, when the French, under Marshal Suchet, 
were defeated by Lieut. -General Sir J. Murray. Given by 
Colonel G. J. Reeves, C.B.. 27th Regiment. 


185. French Soldier's Small Book, belonging to "Corporal 
Francois De Grange," No. 4 Company, 4th Battalion, 27th 
Regiment of the Infantry Le"gere, picked up on the battle- 
field of Fuentes D'Onor, 5th May, 1811, by Lieutenant J. 
Ford, 79th Cameron Highlanders. Given by Captain I. 

186. Map ot Spain and Portugal taken by an Officer of the 
Rifle Brigade from the breast of a French Colonel, killed at 
the battle of Barosa, 5th March, 1811. The Map was shot 
through by the ball which killed the officer. 

187. Programme of a Race Meeting organised by English 
Officers confined as prisoners of war at Verdun, near Metz, 1812. 

188. Two Horn Cups used during the Peninsula War, from 1810- 
14, by Lieut. W. Hay, 12th Light Dragoons. Given by Mrs. Wood. 

189. Silver Fork, part of the mess plate of the 5th Battalion of the 
60th (Royal American) Light Infantry, used during the 
Peninsula War. On the disbandment of the Battalion the 
plate was divided among the officers in 1818. The Fork 
was part of the share of Lieutenant Augustine F. Evans. 
Given by Major Augustine Evans, E. M.L.I, (his Nephew). 

19O. Officer's Pouch and Belt, worn by Lieut. Augustine F. 
Evans, 6th Battalion (Rifle), 60th Light Infantry, through 
the Peninsula War. Given by Major Augustine Evans. 

191. Pair of Pistols, which belonged to Thomas, second Lord 
Camelford, Lieutenant R.N. They were used in his fatal 
duel with Captain Best, in Kensington Gardens, on 8th 
March, 1804. The ball fired by Captain Best, one of the 
deadliest shots in England, broke his opponent's fifth rib, 

Senetrated the lungs, and lodged in the spine. Lord 
amelford died two days later. 

192.- Lock of the Wicket Gate of the Fortress of 
Powanghur, which during tlie Mahratta War surrendered in 
September, 1803. Given by Lieut. Colonel Edivard Harvey. 

193. Indian Powder Flask, brought home by an English Officer 
from the American War, 1813-14. 

194. Silk Pendant captured at Demarara, South America, when it 
surrendered to the British in 1796, during the French War, 
1793-1802. Given by E. H. Blagden, Esq. 

195. -Stick cut from the spot where Jeoumseh. the Indian Chief, fell 
on the German Flats, Upper Canada, during the American 
War of 1813-14. Given by Colonel Sum, E.A. 

196. A Walking Stick made from the wood of the floating batteries 
of Gibraltar after the Siege, 1779-83 


197. Burmese Military Muster Roll, taken ati'rouic, in the 
first Burmese War, 1826, by Major, afterwards Sir Robert 
Sale. Given by Major-General T. Hawker. 

198. -Malay Krees, taken at the storming of Fort Cornelius in 1811. 

Given by Captain J. Haig. 

199. Punjab Medal with Clasp for Mooltan, belonging 

to Sepoy Kassi, Bengal Sappers and Miners. It was taken 
from his body when he was killed" as rebel during the Indian 
Mutiny, 1857. Given by Major P, T. Godsal. 

200. -Knife brought from the Ashanti War, 1824. It was used in 

taking off the heads of slain enemies. Given by Colonel W. 

201. War Trumpet from the first Ashanti War, 1824, made of the 
tusk of an elephant and covered with fish skin. The 
trophy was held in much veneration by the natives, it was 
taken at the action of 21st January, 1824, in which the 
British Governor, Brigadier-General Sir Charles MacCarthy, 
was killed. His head was unfortunately secured by the 
natives as a war trophy. Given by Colonel W. Sutherland. 

2O2. -Sutlej Medal, 1845-46, with clasps for Ferozeshah, Aliwal 
and Sabraon, with Punniar Star, 1843. Belonging to the late 
Lieutenant C. A. Mowat, 50th (Queen's Own) Regiment. 
Given by Surgeon-General F. J. Mowat, V.C., C.B. 

203. Silver Spoon (Mess Plate) and a Canteen Spoon, 

picked up on the battlefield of Assaye, 23rd September, 
1803. Wellington's first victory. 

204. Ink Bottle used by General Sir Henry Lawrence during the 
Siege of Lucknow, 1857. 

205. Bronze Plate taken from the carriage of the King of Oude 
by Captain Chadwick, 1857. Given by Andrew Oliver, Esq. 

206. -A Pair of Pistols, which formerly belonged to General Sir 

Ralph Abercromby, K.B., who was mortally wounded at 
the battle of Alexandria, 21st March, 1801. Given by the 
Right Hon. J. Sidney North. 

207. - Sketch of Major-General James Wolfe, drawn by 

Captain Hervey Smith (15th Foot), shortly before the 
General's death at Quebec. It passed through the hands 
of Colonel Guillim, his Aide-de-Camp, and others, to Major- 
General Darling, who presented it to His Grace Hugh 
Percy, Duke of Northumberland, in January, 1832. Given 
by His Grace Hugh Percy, Duke of Northumberland. 

2O8. -Short Sword or Hanger, worn by Major-General James 
Wolfe when he fell in the hour of victory at Quebec 
on 13th September, 1759. It was given by his mother 
to his school-fellow and friend, General the Hon. George 
Warde, Colonel of the 4th Dragoon Guards. It bears the 
inscription, " Heinrich Koll me fecit, Heinrich Roll 
Solingen." Given by George Warde, Esq. 


2O9. Sword used by Oliver Cromwell, Lord Protector, at the Siege 
of Drogheda, in 1649, where he himself led the storming 
party to the final assault. The blade bears the marks of 
two musket balls (see 352). Given by J . S. Simmons Smith, 

210-211. Three Russian Bayonets from the Crimean War. 
Given by C. W. Cox, Esq. 

212. Climbing Heel Irons used by the Russians in the war of 
1854-56, in repairing the parapets of the Great Redan, 
Sebastopol, 1855. Given by Surgeon Thomas Longmore, 
19th Begiment. 

213. Eikon taken from a house in Kertch, on the Sea of Azov, on 31st 
November, 1855, during the Russian War, 1854-56, by 
Sergeant-Major F. Palmer, of the Artillery of the Turkish 
Contingent. Given by Captain D. Westmacott. 

214. Russian Lock taken from the Custom House at Amv, during 
the Russian War of 1854-56, by James Sidney, H.M.S. 
" Wrangle." Given by Victor Hollinsworth, Esq. 

215. A Key taken from a church in Sebastopol after the fall of the 
city in 1856. 

216. Lock prized off one of the Russian naval guns on the " Malakop," 
by Lieut. -Colonel H. F. Cooper, R. M.L.I., Crimean War, 
1854-56. Given by Lieut. -Colonel H. F. Cooper, E.M.L.l. 

217. The Bag in which the despatches of Field- Marshal Lord 
Raglan, G.C.B., announcing the victory of the Alma, fought 
on 20th September, 1854, were brought home by his Aide- 
de-Camp, Lieut. -Colonel Lord Burghersh, Coldstream 
Guards. Given by the Secretary of State for War. 

218. The Bag which contained the despatches of Field-Marshal Lord 
Raglan, G.C.B., announcing the victory of Inkerman, 
fought on Sunday, 5th November, 1854. Given by the 
Secretary of State for War. 

219. The Bag in which the despatches of General Sir James Simp- 
son, G.C.B., announcing the capture of Sebastopol on 9th 
September, 1855, were brought home by his Assistant Mili- 
tary Secretary, Major Hon L. Curzon, Rifle Brigade, 
afterwards General Hon. Sir L. Curzon-Smith, G.C.B. 
Given by the Secretary of State for War. 

22O. -Small Bust of Catherine I., Empress of Russia, found 
at Kertch, Sea of Azov, after the capture by the Allies in 
1855. Given by Captain W. R. Waddell, Turkish Con- 

221. Pair of Russian Epaulettes, 13th Regiment, brought 
from the Crimean War, 1854-56. 



222. Pair of Brass Candlesticks made from the inetal of the 
guns of the Floating Batteries, used at the Siege of 
Gibraltar, 1779-83. Given by Captain J. C. G. Roberta, 

223. G! ay more worn by Captain Godsmanat the taking of Quebec, 
1759. Given by Mrs. Godsman. 

224. Leaden Ball found on the spot wher3 Major-General James 
Wolfe received his mortal wound on the Plains of Abraham 
at the taking of Quebec, 1759. Given b\> Major Skelton, 
ISth Light Dragoons. 

225. Lettered Rods used for cypher despatches at the Siege of 

Gibraltar, 1779-83. Given by Lieut.- Colonel S. A. R. Clapperton, 

226. -Correspondence from Brig. General J.Warner and Colonel J. 

Brown, to Brigadier-General H. W. Powell, commanding 
British advanced posts at Ticonderoga, 1777, during the 
American War of Independence. 

General Powell refused to surrender and escaped with his 
force in the night to Canada. Given by Lieutenant T. 
Bounor, late 15th Regiment, and Aide-de-Camp to General 

227. Paper Note for One Shilling used in the War of Ameri- 

can Independence, 1775-83. 

228. Highland Claymore, formerly the property of the late 

Commander-in-Chief H. R. H. the Duke of York. The 
blade trebly grooved, and signed " Andria, Farara." Given 
by Colonel Sir Augustus Frazer, K.C.B., R.A. 

229-23O. Powder Horn and Scalping Knife taken from 
the body of an Indian, killed in the American War of 
Independence. 1775-83, by Major William Gaull, 35th 
Regiment. Given by G. P. S. Camden, Esq. 

231. - Native Powder Horn brought home from the American 

War of Independence, 1775-83. 

232. - Powder Flask used by a Musketeer of the English Army 

during the reign of James II., 1685-88. Given by Lieu- 
tenant J. R. Jackson, R.N. 

233. Powder Flask used by the Militia during the reign of James 
I., 1G03-25. 

234. BOSS Of a Shield of an Anglo-Saxon Warrior buried at 
Kemble, North Wiltshire, about the year 930. It was 
taken from the grave iu July, 1856. Given by J. Y. Acker- 
man, Esq., F.S.A., 


235. Pair of Gauntlets made of buffalo (buff) leather, and worn 
by a Cavalier during the Great Rebellion, 1649-60. 
Gauntlets were worn by Regiments of Horse. Those here 
exhibited are the predecessors of the gauntlets now worn by 
Dragoon Guards and Dragoons. Given by Captain Alfred 
Hutton, F.S.A. 

236. Wag=nuk, or Tiger's Claw. This was an Indian weapon 
belonging to a secret society, and was invented about 1659 
by Sewaja, a Hindoo. It was used for purposes of murder, 
and as it counterfeited the wounds of a tiger's claw, diverted 
the suspicion from the offender. The pair here shown were 
used by the Mahrattas in the Campaign of 1843. Given by 
Captain E. Gibson. 

237. Wag-nuk, or Tiger's Claw used by the Mahrattas in the 
Campaign of 1843. Given by Captain W. S. Jacob. 

238. Grape Shot fired during the Siege of Gibraltar by the 
Spanish and French in 1704-05. In the latter year Sir 
John Leake captured several of the enemy's ships, and 
raised the siege.- Given by Lieutenant W. P. Newenham, 

239.- Highland Dirk, once the property of John, 5th Dukeof Argyll. 
Gii-en by Admiral Sir Erasmus Ommanncy, K.C.B., F.Ii.S. 

240. Plume worn by Officers of the 12th Royal Lancers, shortly 
after its conversion into Lanoers in 1816. Given by Mrs. 

241. -Field Officer's Sash of the 29th (Worcestershire) Regiment, 

worn about 1840-54. Given by Lieut. -Colonel H. E. E. 


242. Light Company Officer's Sash of the 29th (Worcester- 
shire) Regiment, worn about 1840-54. (riven by Lieut.- 
Colonel H. E. E. Everard. 

243. Light Company Officer's Crossbelt of the 29th (Wor- 
cestershire) Regiment, worn about 1840-54. Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel H. E. E. Everard. 

244. -Pouch worn by the rank and file of the 29th (Worcestershire) 
Regiment, about 1840-75. Given by Lieut. -Colonel H. 
E. E. Everard. . 

245. Presentation Sword, bearing the following inscription: 
" To his Excellency Major-General Ainslie, Governor of 
Dominica. This Sword is presented by the two branches 
of the Legislature in testimony of his meritorious conduct 
in the reduction of the maroons, in the year 1814." 

246. Bullets fired at, the Battle of Naseby, 14th June, 1645, when 
the Royalists were defeated by the Parliamentarians. 
Given by Lieutenant G. Ashby Ashby. 


247. Pair of" Highland Pistols picked up 011 the battlefield of 
Culloden, in the Highland Itising, Kith April, 1716. 

248. Round Shot and 2 Bullets used at the Battle of Marston 
Moor, 2nd July, 1644. The Royalists, under Prince 
Rupert, were defeated by the Parliamentarians under 

249. Cavalry Pistol used at the Battle of Dettingen in the 
Netherlands Campaign, 1745. King George II. com- 
manded at this battle. Given by Mr. F. Lack. 

25O. Cartouche Box of a French " Mosquetaire " of the time of 
Louis XV. Picked up at the Battle of Dettingen, when 
the French, under Noailles and Grammont, were defeated 
by the Allies under George II. and the Earl of Stair, 1745. 
Given by Major-General C. It. Fox. 

251. One Leaden and one Iron Ball found on the Battlefield 

of the Boyne, fought on 1st July, 1690, when William III. 
defeated his Father-in-Law, James II. Given by Lieutenant 
W. P. Newenham, E.N. 

252. Grape-Shot used by General Ginkell at the Siege of Athlone, 
which was taken by assault on 30th June, 1691, during the 
Revolution of 1688-91. 

253. Bible which belonged to John Balfour of Kiriloch, "The 
Covenanter," who, with others, took up arms against the 
intolerant Government of Charles II. ; he fought at 
Drumclog, where, on llth June, 1679, the " Covenanters " 
defeated Graham of Claverhouse. 

The first part of this Bible was torn out by Balfour to 
make wads for his musket. 

254. Highland Claymore belonging to one of the rebel clans 
who fought at Culloden. Found on the battlefield, 16th 
April, 1746. Given by Surgeon Clarke, E.N. 

255. Small Plug Bayonet of about the date 1680. Plug 
Bayonets were introduced into the French Army in 1647, 
and into the English Army in 1663. They were designed 
so that the bayonet fitted into the muzzle of the musket ; 
it was not for a considerable time afterwards that the ring 
bayonet was invented. By this new method of fixing, the 
musket could be fired with the bayonet fixed. 

256. -Silk Sash of an Officer of the Swiss Contingent, worn at the 
Battle of Culloden, 16th April, 1746. 

257. -Desk and Letter of Lieut.-General Sir John Moore, K.B. 
Letter dated llth January, 1804. 

Sir John Moore was born in Glasgow on 13th November. 
1761, the son of John Moore, M.D. Admiral Sir Graham 
Moore and James Carrick Moore, Surgeon of the 2nd Life 


Guards, were his younger Brothers. He was educated at 
Glasgow and Geneva, and entered the Army in 1776, at 
the age of 15, as an Ensign in the 51st Foot, but subse- 
quently transferred to the 82nd Regiment, with which he 
served in America. Having rejoined the 51st, he served 
with distinction in the Corsican Campaign, and later in 
the West Indies, during the Irish Rebellion in 1798, and 
under Sir Ralph Abercromby in Holland and Egypt. In Sep- 
tember, 1808, he became Commander-in-Chief of the troops 
in Spain. While proceeding from Portugal to the relief of 
Madrid his retreat was cut off, and he was forced to retire 
under great difficulties upon Coruna.- During an attack 
made by the French during the embarkation of the troops, 
which was successfully repulsed, Moore received a fatal 
wound, and was buried at Coruna. Given by General Sir 
E. Gardiner, G.C.B. 

258. -Silk Sash belonging to Lieut.-Colonel Paul Anderson, 60th 
Rifles, used in lowering the body of his Chief, Sir John 
Moore, into the grave on the ramparts of Coruna, 16th 
January, 1809. Given by General Paul Anderson. 

259. An Officer's Silk Sash used in supporting Sir John Moore 
when carried in a blanket from the battlefield of Coruna to 
the Citadel after he was mortally wounded, 16th January, 

It was given to Surgeon J. Dunthorne, R.N., then serving 
ashore attending to the wounded. 

The Battle of Coruna was fought between 14,000 
British, under Sir John Moore, and 20,000 French, under 
Soult, who was endeavouring to prevent the British from 
embarking. The French attacks were uniformly repulsed, 
and the troops safely embarked with a loss of about 800, 
including Sir John Moore. The French lost about 2,000. 
Given by Dunthorne J. Wake, Esq. (Nephew and Legatee 
to Surgeon Dunthorne, E.N.). 

260. Prayer Book, with its original cover, used at the 
Burial Service over Sir John Moore, at Coruna. Given by 
Eev. J. E. Symons, late Lieutenant ~R.N. 

261. Armenian Knife, with crystal handle. Given by Colonel 


262. Fragment of the Regimental Colour of the 
41st Regiment. Given by Colonel J. O. Quirk, D.S.O., and 
the Officers of the 1st Battalion Welsh Regiment. 

263. Gorget of an Officer of the Royal Marines as worn between the 
years 1800 and 1830. In the days when complete armour 
was worn, each portion of the body had its proper protec- 
tion ; that for the neck and collar-bone being a piece of 
armour termed a "Gorget," which was fitted over the 
cuirass or corselet. After the Restoration in 1660, when 
armour gradually came into disuse, the " Gorget " was 


worn alone in place of the cuirass, and it at length became 
the last and only surviving remnant of armour in the 
Infantry. It remained in use in the Army and Militia 
until 1830, being worn by officers as a badge of rank, and 
as a sign of their being on duty. 

264. Gorget of an Officer of the East York Militia, 1800-30. 
Given by Miss Hume. 

265. Infantry Officer's Gorget. This pattern was in force 
from 1798-1825. 

266. - Infantry Officer's Gorget of the pattern in use in 1760. 
Given by D. J. Wake, Esq. 

267. Shako Plate of the Royal East Middlesex Militia, now 6th 
Battalion the Middlesex Regiment, worn about 1854. 
Given by G. J. S. Camden, Esq. 

268. Shako Plate worn by Officers of Infantry between the years 
1800-12. Given by Lieut.- Colonel H. E. E. Everard. 

269. Officer's Shako Plate of the Royal Artillery of about the 
date 114. Given by Messrs. Cater and Co. 

27O. Officer's Forage Cap Badge of the 1st, or Royal Regi- 
ment, now the Royal Scots, worn in 1845. Given by Colonel 
W. J. Gillum. 

271. Shako Plate of the 21st (Royal North British) Fusiliers, worn 
in the regiment during the years 1811-16, during the 
Campaign in the Netherlands, and in the American War. 
Given by Lieutenant A. S. L. Glyn. 

272. Officer's Shako Plate of the Coldstream Guards, worn 
about 1800-12. Given by Messrs. Cater fy Co. 

273. First Cap Badge . worn by Officers of the Royal Marines 
about the year 1821. 

274. Second Cap Badge worn by Officers of the Royal Marines 
about 1827. 

275. Naval Officer's Belt Buckle. 

276. Belt Buckle of the Royal Marine Light Infantry. 

277. Belt Buckle of the 95th Regiment, worn about 1850. 

278. Cap Badge of the Royal Archers. The King's Scottish Body- 
guard. Given by Colonel J. A. Man Stuart, C.B., C.M G. 

279. Cross-belt Badge of the Royal Archers. Given by Colonel 
J. A. Man Stuart, C.B., C.M.G. 

28O. Shako Badge 71st Light Infantry worn 1850. Given by 
ColonelJ. A. Man Stuart, C.B., C.M.G. 


281. An Oval Silver Cross-belt Plate of the Westminster 

Light Horse, in relief, a lion, holding a shield inscribed 
with the motto of the Order of the Garter, and the Royal 
Monogram, " G.R.," and regimental motto, " Forward," 
hall marked 1801. Given by John Birkett, Esq. 

282. Officer's Shoulder-belt Badge of the 29th Regiment. 
Given by Lieut.- Colonel H. E. E. Everard. 

283. Staff-Sergeant's Shoulder-belt Badge of the Royal 
Artillery, 1820-30. Given by Lieut.- Colonel H. E. E. JEverard. 

284-. Shou der-belt Badge of the Royal Marine Light Infantry. 
About 1810-30. Given by Major F. Dashwood. 

285. Undress Sabret sche Badge of the 1 6th (The Queen's) 
Lauceis. Cfiren by Major F. L. Dashwood. 

286. Officer's Shoulder-belt Badge of the 5lst Light 
Infantry. Worn at Waterloo by Lieut. tt. B. Hawley. Given by F. 
Haivley, Esq. 

287. Officer's Shoulder-belt Badge of the f.Oth Regiment. 
Worn by Lieut. C. A. Mo wat, between 1840-55. Given by Surgeon- 
General F. J. Mowat, V.C., C.B. 

288. Officer's Shoulder-belt Badge of the Royal Marine 
Light Infantry, worn between 1830-40. 

289. Officer's Shoulder-belt Badge of the 62nd Regiment, 
worn about 1820-35. Given by Major C. W. Parkes. 

29O. Officer's Shoulder-belt Badge of the Wansford Volun- 
teers, worn between 1798-1802. Given by Mrs. Boyds. 

291. Buckle of Officer's Shoulder-belt of the 61st Regi- 
ment, worn about 1812-30. 

292. Shoulder-belt Badge of the 79th Cameron Highlanders, 
worn from 1845-81. 

293. Shoulder-belt Badge of the 72nd Highlanders, worn from 

294. -Shoulder-belt Badge of the 17th Regiment. Worn by 
Ensign G. D. Brice, 1848. 

295. Shoulder-belt Badge of the 69th Regiment. 

296. Shoulder-belt Badge of the 2nd (The Queen's) Regiment, 
with shot hole. Worn about 1830-60. 

297. Shoulder-belt Badge of the Strathspey Fencibles, about 

298. Shoulder-belt Badge of the Kincairn Volunteers, about 

299. Shoulder-belt Badge of the 41st Regiment, about 1850. 
3OO. Belt Buckle of the Hyderabad Contingent, about 1850. 


301. Shoulder-belt Badge of the Royal East Middlesex Militia, 
worn about 1803-10. Given by C. J. S. Camden, Esq. 

302. Jacket, Sash, Vest and Plume, being the uniform worn 
by Cornet William Polhill, 16th. or the Queen's Regiment of 
Light Dragoons (now 16th Lancers), at the Battle of 
Waterloo, 1815. Given by Rev. J. Acton. 

303. Overalls, Pipe, Revolver and Holsters which be- 

longed to Major T. Eyerard-Hutton, 4th Q. 0. Light 
Dragoons, who took part in the charge of the Light Cavalry 
Brigade at the Battle of Balaclava, 25th October, 1854. 

The Pipe he was smoking, prior to the advance, the 
Revolver (since repaired) was broken in two in his hand by 
a Russian musket-ball, one of the Holsters was shot through 
the Overalls show the marks of two shots. Major Hutton 
was shot through the right thigh during the advance, and 
on returning from the guns was again severely wounded 
through the left thigh. His horse was wounded in eleven 
places. Given by Mrs. T. Everard-Hutton. 

304. Sword presented by His Majesty Xing George III. to Lieut. - 
General John Prince, when Aide-de-Camp to His Majesty 
in 1796, as an acknowledgment of his activity and judg- 
ment in choosing horses for the British-German Legion. 
Given by Miss Prince. 

305. Walking Cane which formerly belonged to Field-Marshal 
H.R.H. Frederick, Duke of York, Commander-iii-Cliief. 

306. Embroidered Petticoat worn by Queen Elizabeth. Given 
by Sir T. T. Fuller-Eliott-Drake, Bart. 

307. Uniform Coat tee, Breeches, Sash and Sword of 

Lieutenant W. Brown, of the Light Company of the Archen- 
field (Hereford) Local Militia (disbanded 1816). 

This uniform shows the distinction between the Light 
Company and the ordinary battalion Companies of a Regi- 
ment at that time. The Battalion Companies wore long 
instead of short tails to the Coattee, Aigulets instead of 
wings, and a straight instead of a curved sword. Given by 
J. P. Brown, Esq. 

308. Coattee of General Sir William Napier, K.C.B.. worn by him in 
the Peninsula War when a Major in the 43rd Light Infantry, 
and which, during a portion of the Campaign, he com- 
manded. He served with great distinction and was several 
times wounded. He is celebrated as the author of " The 
War in the Peninsula." Given by the Dowager Lady 
Aberdare (his Daughter). 

309. Officer's Coattee and Sash of the Wansford (Northamp- 
tonshire) Volunteers. Date about 1802. 

c 2 


31 0. Dress Sword, Infantry pattern, worn by Ensign William 
Hay, 52nd Foot, in 1H10. Given by Mrs. Wood. 

314. Naval Regulation Sword of 1835. It formerly belonged 
to His Majesty King William IV. Given by Lady Jane. Fav. 

315. Naval Officer's Sword (1716). Given by Me**rs. ll'ilki'iinon 

4'' Sons. 

316. Sword of Admiral Sir John Jervis, K.B., afterwards Earl St. 
Vincent, who obtained the splendid victory over the 

frigates. Given by E. E. Rushworth, Esq. 

317. Sword of Admiral Sir Sidney Smitli. G C.B., who. with a small 
British Force, gallantly defended Acre in conjunction with 
the Turks against the French under Napoleon, who had 
besieged it on 17th March, 1799. But for the successful 
defence of the city, the whole of Syria, and perhaps the 
Turkish Empire, might have fallen into the hands of the 
French. Given by Captain F. Arabin, R.N. 

318. Signal Book of Admiral Sir John Jervis, K.B., afterwards 
Earl St. Vincent. Given by the Executors of the late 
Admiral John Jervis Tucker. 

319. " Sword presented to Captain Sir Thomas Staines, K.N. by the 

Gentlemen of the Isle of Thanet. in testimony of their high 
admiration of the heroism and courage he hath so con- 
stantly displayed in His Majesty's Service, and particularly 
by his persevering exertions when commanding the Cyane 
Frigate in the Bay of Naples in June, 1809." Given by 
G. Gunning, Esq. 

32O. Sword presented to Captain J. Pendergras, of the Honourable 
East India Company's ship " Hope," by the Patriotic Fund 
at Lloyd's. The " Hope " was one of the fleet of Merchant- 
men, which, on the 15th February, 1804, defeated and 
pursued a squadron of French Men-of-War, under com- 
mand of Admiral Linois, in the " Marengo," of 84 guns, as 
recorded in the Gazette of llth August. 1814. 

321. Sword presented to Lieut .-Colonel Sir James Wilson, K.C.B., by 
the Officers of the 48th Regiment as a token of their respect and 

322. Two Arab Knives picked up on the battlefield of El Teb, 
29th February, 1884, when the Dervishes were defeated by 
Lieut. -General Sir G. Graham, V.C. Given by Lieut. - 
Colonel E. Holden. 

The founder of the Royal United Service Museum. 

(Frtm tht bust in marble b) Sir Francii Chtntrey, in thi intra.nct 
iftht Ratal Unitid Service Institution.) 



323. Small Box, carried on the arm, containing the sacred Koran 
which was worn by all Dervishes. This exhibit was taken 
from the body of a dead Dervish on the battlefield of El 

Teb, 29th February, 1S84, by Corporal Simpson. ^Gictn by 
Corporal F. Simpson, The Black Watch. 

324. Two Arab Seals found in Osman Digma's tent after his 
defeat by General Sir G. Graham, V.C., at Tamii, 13th 
March, 1884. Given by Lieut. -Colonel R. Holden. 

325. -Arab Silver Ring from the battlefield of Abu Klea, where 
the Mahdist Forces were defeated by Major-General Sir H. 
Stewart, on the 17th January, 1885. Given by Harold 
Avery, Esq. 

326. Belt Buckle (Officer's) of tlie Royal Dockyard Battalion 
about 1830. 

327.- Belt Buckle of a Surgeon R.N., about 1800. 

328. A Miniature Man-at-Arms of the 17th century. 

329. A Medallion Wedgwood Portrait of Admiral Vis- 
count Duncan. Admiral Viscount Duncan was born in 1731, 
and entered the Navy in 1746 on board the " Trial " sloop, 
under the care of his maternal uncle, Captain Robert 
Haldane. He was present in the expedition to Basque 
Roads in 1757, at the reduction of Goree in 1758, and in 
the Blockade of Brest in 1759. In 1761 he had an impor- 
tant share in the reduction of Belle Isle, and of Havana 
in August, 1762. He attained flag-rank on 24th Sep- 
tember, 1787, and became Vice-Admiral in February, 1793^ 
and Admiral in June, 1795. On llth October, 1797, he 
commanded the Fleet in the celebrated action with the 
Dutch off Camperdown. As a result of this victory, 
Duncan was raised to the peerage as Baron Duncan of 
Lundie and Viscount Duncan of Camperdown. The reward 
was considered inadequate for his services, but it was not 
until some time after his death that his son was raised to 
the dignity of an Earl (Earl of Camperdown). Given by 
TAeut. -General W. A. McCleverty. 

330. A Medallion Wedgwood Portrait of Vice-Admiral 
Lord Nelson, K.B. Horatio Nelson was the fourth son of the 
Reverend Edmund Nelson, of Burnham Thorpe, in Norfolk, 
where he was born on 29th September, 1758. He entered 
the Navy at the age of twelve. In 1794 under Lord Hood 
he reduced Corsica, where he lost his right eye. In 1797 
he took a prominent part in the victory off Cape St. Vin- 
cent, and two months later lost his right arm in an 
unsuccessful attack on Santa Cruz. In 1798 he won the 
famous victory of the Nile. In 1801 he destroyed the 
Danish Fleet at Copenhagen, and in 1805 he d'ied in action 
at his greatest victory, Trafalgar. 

Happy he who lives to finish all his task. The words, 


" I have done my duty," sealed the closed book of Nelson's 
story with a truth broader and deeper than he himself 
could suspect. His duty was done, and its fruits perfected. 
Other men have died' in the hour of victory ; but for no 
other has victory so singular and so signal graced the ful- 
filment and ending of a great life's work. Finis coronat 
opus has of no man been more true than of Nelson. There 
were, indeed, consequences momentous and stupendous yet 
to flow from the decisive supremacy of Great Britain's 
sea-power, the establishment of which, beyond all question 
cr competition, was Nelson's great achievement ; but his 
part was done when Trafalgar was fought. The coincidence 
of his death with the moment of completed success has 
impressed' upon that superb battle a stamp of finality, an 
immortality of fame, which even its own grandeur scarcely 
could have insured. He needed, and he left, no successor. 
To use again St. Vincent's words, " There is but one 
Nelson." (Mahan's " Life of Nelson," p. 397). Given by 
Lieut. -General W. A. McCleverty. 

331. Cartouche Bag made from the parchment of a French 
Genealogical Tree, brought from Toulon after the siege. 
Given by the Rev. W. Boyes. 

332.- Portion of a. Bombshell taken from the hull of H.M.S. 
" Temeraire." Given by H. Heathcote, Esq. 

333. A Box made from the timber of the " Marye Rose," which was 
sunk off Spithead in 1545. Some of the timber of the ship 
was recovered in 1840. Given by Sir John Barrow, Bart. 

334. Portion of a Marble Cross which bears the following 

inscription : " Bartholomew Diaz, A.D. 1486, when prose- 
cuting that voyage in which he discovered the Cape of Good 
Hope, erected in Angra Piqena a Marble Cross. This slab 
is a fragment of it taken from the spot by Captain Vidal 
when surveying the Western Coast of Africa in November, 

335. Tricolour Sash taken from a French Officer at the Siege of 
Dunkirk, in 1793, by a Trooper in the Royal Horse Guards. 

336. A Portion of the Colours of the Republic of 
Nicaragua, taken at Serapognl. by Captain Lock. R.N., H.M.S. 
" Alarm." Given by the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. 

337. Sword of Lieut. Holstein of the Danish Navy, who fell when 

leading his men to the attack in the unsuccessful attempt 
to recover the Island of Anholt on 27th March, 1811. The 
Island had been taken possession of by the British on 18th 
May, 1809, on account of Danish cruisers injuring British 
commerce. Given by Major Berant. 

338. Piece of Pizarro's Standard. The Standard was pre- 
sented to him by Queen Isabella, having been made by her 


and some of the ladies of the Spanish Court. From the 
date of the Conquest of Peru it was carefully preserved in 
the Cathedral of Lima, until 1821, when the City and 
province were liberated from the Spanish yoke by General 
San Martin. The Standard was presented by the Peruvians 
to the General as a token of their gratitude, and this piece 
was given by him to the Donor. Given by Mrs. Heywood. 

339. Head of a Boarding Pike, captured in Lord Duncan's 
action off Camperdown, on llth October, 1797. Given by 
Lieutenant J . JR. Jackson, B.N. 

34O. Tw> Pieces of an Iron Clamp from a ship sunk at 
Pompeii. Given by John Landseer, Esq. 

341. -Silver Shoe Buckles, worn by Admiral Lord Rodney, K.B. 
(See 436). 

342. Sword, or Hanger, which belonged to Captain James Cook, 
R.N., F.R.S., the great circum-navigator, who was killed 
by the savages of Dwhyhee, 14th February, 1779. James 
Cook was born at Whitby in Yorkshire in 1728, the son of 
a labourer. He entered the Navy as a common seaman in 
1755, and advanced to the rank of Captain twenty years 
later. He was present at the Siege of Quebec in 1759. 
Given by Mr. Maurice Moses. 

343. Walking Stick of Sir Francis Drake, 1545-96, who com- 
manded a squadron of the English Fleet under the Lord 
High Admiral at the ^ destruction of the Spanish Armada. 
Given by Rear-Admiral W. H. Smyth, F.B.S. 

344. Snuff-box of Sir Francis Drake. Given by Sir Thomas 
Tray ton Drake, Bart. 

345. -A Chinese Mandarin's Plume of the rank of Pink 
Button. The various ranks are shown by the colour of 
the button. 

It was taken by Captain Prynne, R. M.L.I., at the capture 
of the Taku Forts, from the body of a Mandarin, whom he 
had previously shot. Given by Mrs. Prynne. 

346. -Five Implements used by "Jack the Painter" to set fire to 
Portsmouth Dockyard, 1776, with portrait and an account 
of his trial (see 440). Given by Captain T. M. Sagnold, 

347. Chronometer, originally the property of Captain James 
Cook, R.N., F.R.S., the famous circum-navigator, and used 
by him on his voyages of Discovery in 1772-75, and on 
his last expedition from 1776 until he was murdered at 
Owhyhee in 1779. In 1776 Captain Cook wrote from H.M.S. 
" Resolution " : " I had likewise in my possession the 
same watch, or timekeeper, which I had on my last voyage, 
and which had performed its part so well." 


After the death of Captain Cook, the chronometer came 
into the possession of Lieutenant William Bligh, R.N., who 
commanded H.M.S. "Bounty" in 1787-89; and when the 
crew of that ship mutinied in the latter year, it was carried 
by the mutineers to Pitcairn's Island. In 1808 it was sold 
by John Adams, one of the leaders, to an American, Mr. 
Mayo Fletcher, who sold it again in Chili. In 1840 it was 
purchased for fifty guineas by Captain, afterwards Admiral 
Sir Thomas Herbert, K.C.B. It was repaired and rated 
at Valparaiso, and taken by Sir Thomas to China, and 
brought home in H.M.S. "Blenheim" in 1843, having kept 
a fair rate with the other chronometers for the space of 
three years (see 342). Given by Admiral Sir Thomas 
Herbert, K.C.B. 

848. Punch Bowl of Captain James Cook, R.N. Given by Captain 
W. H. Smyth, R.N. 

349. " Directions for Sailing," written by Captain James 
Cook, R.N. 

350. Contemporary List of the Ships in His Majesty's 
Navy on April 1st, 1665. 

351. - An Indulgence, or Pardon, by the Cardinals whose seals 

are attached, of 40 days", granted to all those who hear Mass 
in the presence of Haco, Duke of Norway, or his wife, in 
consideration of his distinguished merits and affection to 
the Church. 

It is dated A.D. 1294, and was taken from the Royal 
Library at Copenhagen after the surrender of the city in 
April, 1801, to the British Fleet. 

352. A Relief in Oak of Oliver Cromwell, probably of 
contemporary date. Oliver Cromwell was born at Hunting- 
don in 1599, and was educated at Sidney Sussex College, 
Cambridge, which city he represented in the Long Parlia- 
ment. He is renowned as a Cavalry Leader, his principal 
engagements being Edgehill 1642, Marston Moor 1644, 
Naseby 1645, Preston 1648. Dunbar 1650, and "Worcester 
1651. After forcibly dissolving the Long Parliament in 
1653, Cromwell assumed the title of Lord Protector of th* 
Commonwealth, and was styled His Highness. He died 
at Whitehall on the Anniversary of the Battles of Dunbar 
and Worcester. He was buried with regal honours in 
Westminster Abbey, but his remains were afterwards disin- 

353-354. Helmet Plates of the 26th and 42nd Russian Regi- 
ments, brought from the Crimea. 

355. -Dress Sabretasche of the 3rd King's Own Light Dragoons, 
worn between 1830 and 1837. 

356. - Dress Sabretasche of the 3rd King's Own Hussars, 
abolished in 1901. Given by the Army Council. 


(From the fortruit in the National Portrait Gillerf, painted by Robert Walker.) 


357. Dress Sabretasche of the 18th Hussars, abolished in 1901. 
Given by the. Army Council. 

358. Dress Sabretasche Royal Artillery, abolished in 1901. 
Given by The Army Council. 

359. Sabretasche for Colonel on the Staff abolished in 1901. 
Given by The Army Council. 

360. Dress Sabretasche 

Light Dragoons, worn prior 

i of the 16th (TheQueen's) Regiment of 
ior to 1839. Given by Major f. L. 

361. Dress Sabretasche of the 16th (The Queen's) Lancers.- 
Given by Major F. L. Dashwood. 

362. Collection Of Relics, being the first traces found of the 
Franklin Arctic Expedition, discovered by Captain E. 
Ommanney, of H.M.S. " Assistance," on 23rd August, 1850. 
Given by Lady Ommanney. 

363. Belt Buckle of the Pipers Scots Guards. Given by Lieut. 
ColonelA.B. Williams. 

364. Shoulder-belt Badge of t lie Grenadier Guards (rank and 
file). Given by Lieut. -Colonel A. B. Williams. 

365. Shoulder-belt Bads' of the Coldstream Guards. Given fa/ 
Lieut. -Colonel A B. Williams. 

366. Shoulder-belt Badge of the Scots Guards Given by 
Lieut -Colonel A. B. Williams. 

367. Belt Buckle, Cadet Royal Military Academy. Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel A. B. Williams. 

368. Helmet Plate, Cadet Royal Military Academy. Given by 
Lieut-Colonel A. B. Williams 

369. Model of Lord Nelson's Coffin, made from the wood 
of the "Victory." 

37O. Telescope bearing the following inscription: "This tele- 
scope, then in possession of John Pasco, Flag-Lieutenant to 
Lord Nelson, was on the " Victory's " Poop at the Battle 
of Trafalgar, 21st October, 1805. Presented to H.R.H. 
Prince Alfred, K.G., Duke of Edinburgh, Captain, R.N., 
Commanding H.M.S. "Galatea," by Commander Pasco, 
R.N., on the occasion of H.R.H. visiting the Colony of 
Victoria." Given by Vice-Admiral H.E.H. the Prince of 
Wales, K.G. 

371-387. Relics from H.M.S. "Royal George." -The 

" Royal George," 100 guns, Flag-ship of Rear-Admiral 
Richard Kempenfelt, while lying heeled over at Spithead 
for repairs, sank in a sudden violent squall, on the 29th 
August, 1782. The lower ports being open so that the 
guns could be run out, the water rushed in, and before 
any effort could be made to save those on board, she 


filled and sank. A small vessel lying near was carried 
down at the same time by the eddy caused by the sinking 

Rear-Admiral Kempenfelt, a most distinguished officer, 
and about 900 officers, crew, women and children, perished 
in the disaster. 

The following were the dimensions of the " Royal 
George " : 

Length of keel 144 ft. 6 in. 

Extreme length 212 9 

Length of gun deck 178 

Extreme beam ... ... ... 51 

Depth in hold 19 

Length of mainmast ... ... 114 

Draught of water 22 


Unsuccessful attempts were made to raise the 

ship in 

1783-84, and 1 in 1839 and following years Colonel T. S. 
Pasley, R.E., blew up the wreck with gunpowder. 

The articles exhibited in this case were recovered during 
various operations. 

"His sword was in his sheath; 

His finger held the pen, 
When Kempenfelt went down, 
With twice four hundred men." Cowper. 

371. Barrel of a Musket. 

372. Two Bottles of Wine. 

373. Fragment of a Wooden Bowl, marked W.L. 1782. 

374. Piece of Copper Sheathing. 
37/5. Spoon. 

376. Frame of a Pistol. 

377. Yarn from the Cable. 

378. Leather Sword Scabbard. 

379. Part of the Barrel of a Musket. 

380. Portion of a Sextant. 

381. A Foot-rule. 

382. Box made from the Timber of the Vessel. 

383. Razor made from the Wood and Metal of the Ship. 

384. Narrative (1842) of the loss of the Vessel. 
335. Five Tallow Candles. 

386. Piece of " Fearnought," or Course Woollen Cloth, 

from under an Iron Plate. 

387. Four Specimens of the Timbers of the Ship. 

388-4O9. Relics of Rear-Admiral Sir John Franklin, 

the Arctic Navigator, and his brave companions, who 
sacrificed their lives in completing the discovery of the 
North- West Passage, 1847-48. 

Since the year 1500, numerous attempts had been made 
to discover a North-West Passage. In Mav, 1846, Captain, 
afterwards Rear-Admiral, Sir John Franklin, K.C.H., 
F.R.S., with Captain F. R. M. Crozier, R.N., and a crew 
of selected officers and men, sailed from Greenhithe in 
H.M. Ships " Erebus " and " Terror," with provisions sup- 
posed to last for three years. As early as the winter of 
1846-47 there were gloomy anticipations, and, when the 


winter of 1847-48 passed without any news from the ships, 
a real uneasiness was felt at home. With the spring of 
1848, began a series of relief and search expeditions, both 
public and private, British and American, which has no 
parallel in maritime annals. From information obtained 
in these expeditions, it transpired that Sir John Franklin 
died on the llth or June, 1847. that the two ships were 
abandoned on the 28th or April, 1848, and that Captain 
Crozier and every other soul of the brave party perished 
miserably. A Public Monument to their memory is erected 
in Waterloo Place 1 . 

The relics here exhibited were obtained in the following 
expeditions : 
1850-54, under Captain R. Collinson, C.B., R.N., H.M.S. 

" Enterprise," and Captain R. Le M. McClure, R.N., 

H.M.S. " Investigator." 
1850-51 under Captain H. J. Austin, C.B., R.N., H.M.S. 

"Resolute." and Captain E. Ommanney, R.N., 

H.M.S. " Assistance." 
1852-54, under Captain Sir E. Belcher, C.B., R.N., H.M.S. 

"Assistance," and Captain H. Kellett, C.B.. R.N., 

H.M.S. "Resolute." 

1853-54, under Surgeon J. Rae, of the Hudson's Bay Com- 
1855, under Messrs. Anderson & Stewart, of the Hudson's 

Bay Company. 

1879-80, under Lieutenant Schwatka, United States Navy. 
388. Part of a Ship's Cutlass ; 389. Gimlet ; 390. Brass 
Match Box; 391. Eye-rim of Telescope; 392. 
Brad-awl ; 393. Blade of a Knife. All obtained by 
Dr. Rae, from the Esquimaux, near Repulse 
Bay. Given by J. Sorrow, Esq. 

394. Bottle found at Beechy Island, 23rd August, 1850, 
the first trace of the missing Expedition. Given 
by J. Barrow. Esq. 

395. An Iron and Brass Implement, brought from Cam- 
bridge Bay, Victoria Island, in October, 1852, by 
Captain Collinson, R.N. Given by the Lords Com- 
missioners of the Admiralty. 

396. Tomahawk. 

397. Boat-sheet Hook: 398. Brass Ring of Telescope. 
All from the Anderson and Stewart Expedition. 

399. Pieces of Copper and Tin (Belcher Expedition). 

400. Top of a Seal Spear, made of copper, from the 
lost ships, and obtained from Esquimaux on Hayes 

401. Three Fish Hooks made from the ship's copper, 
obtained from Esquimaux. Adelaide Peninsula. 

402. Balloon Despatch from H.M.S. " Assistance," dated 
2nd July, 1853. 

403. Medal, belonging to Lieutenant J. Irving, R.N., 
who formed one of the party of the Expedition. 
It was discovered in his grave in 1879. after having 
been buried with him for 31 years in King William's 


It was coined in 1820, and awarded as Second 
Mathematical Prize to Lieutenant J. Irving, in 
1830, at the Royal Naval College, Portsmouth. 
Given by Major-General Irving. 

404. Biscuit from Sir John Ross's Expedition. 12 years 
exposed to the cold region. Given by W. Young, 
Esq., E.N. 

405. Two Bones of Bears converted into Hammers. 
*406. Relics of Captains Parry and Lyon's Expedition in 

1821-27, to reach the North Pole. A piece of Brass, 
with " Hecla and Fury, 1824-25," inscribed on it. 

*407. A Brass Cylinder, marked " H.B.M.S. Hecla and 
Fury, Port Bowen, June, 1825." It contained 
papers left by Captain Kennedy, R.N. It was 
brought home in 1851, by Captain Suter, of the 
Tay Whale Fishing Company's Ship " Intrepid." 
Given by the Lords of the Admiralty. 

*408. A Boat's Notice, dated 15th May, 1827, H.M. Ship 

" Hecla." 

409. Medallion of Sir John Franklin, by David. Given 
by Sir John Barrow, K.C.B. 

41 0. Officer's Shako, 8th Eegiment, worn up to 1878. Given hy 
(Captain S. T. Banning. 

411. Officer's Shako of the Royal Sussex Light Infantry Militia, 

worn from 1874 until 1&81. Given by Major H. C. Young. 

412. Officer's Shako, 29th Regiment, worn from 1874 to 1881. 

Given "by Lieut. -Colonel H. E. E. Everard. 

413. Officer's Shako. 29th Regiment, worn from 1861 to 1870. 
Given by Lieut. -Colonel H. E. E. Everard. 

414. Officer's Busby, Royal Engineers, worn from 1855 to 18<>9.-- 
Given by General Sir E. Harrison, G.C.B., C.M.G., R.E. 

415. Officer's Busby, Roval Artillery worn from 1875 to 1881. 
Given by Lieut. -Colonel J. Day. 

416. Officer's Busby. Roval Horse Artillery, from 1855.- Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel A. E. England. 

417. Officer's Helmet. 5th Dragoon Guards, worn from 1870 to 
1890. Given by Major-General W. E. Marsland. 

418. - Officer's Helmet, 5th Drasroon, PhianK worn since 1890. 
Given by Major-General W. E. Marsland. 

41 9. -Officer's Lancer Cap, ""Sth Lancers, worn since 1857. 
Given by Major-General J. C. Le Quesne. 

42O General Officer's Forage Cap. l WO. Given b\i Messrs. 

Cater # Co. ' 

* These relics have no reference to Sir John'Franklin . 


421. A Silver Statuette of Lord Nelson. 

422. Coat which formerly belonged to the Khan of Kelat, who was 
killed at the Capture of the Fortress, by a Soldier of the 
2nd (Queen's) Regiment, on 13th November, 1839. The 
Coat became the property of Lieutenant James E. Simmons, 
2nd Foot, and was given by his sister. Given by Mrs. 
Dennison Dinghurst. 

423. Model of H.M.S. "Royal Sovereign," 100 guns, 2,175 
tone, the Flag-ship of Vice-Admiral Lord Collingwood, at 
the Battle of Trafalgar. She was built at Plymouth in 
1786, and was in continuous service until 1812, after which 
date she remained at Plymouth. 

The Model was made by French Prisoners of War, and 
was left to the Donor by Captain Hon. Sir J. A. Maude, 
K.C.H., who commanded the ship for a short time. The 
Model was re-rigged in 1894, by Mr. J. J. Pike, of the Staff 
of this Museum. Given by Arthur A. Pearson, Esq., C.M.G. 

424. Model Of H.M.S. "Dreadnought," fi4 guns, built at 
Blackwall, in 1690, and broken up in September, 1748. She 
was designed by Sir H. Johnson and Messrs. W. Johnson 
and M. Naith. 

The Model was transferred from Windsor Castle in 1902 
by Command of His Majesty King Edward VII. 

425. Sectional Model of a Russian Line of Battle-ship of the 
year 1854. It was taken from the School of Naval Archi- 
tecture at Sevastopol by a seaman named Cruys, of the 
Naval Brigade, who presented it to his Captain, Sir Stephen 
Lushington. Given by Bear- Admiral Sir Stephen Lushiny- 
ton, K.C.B. 

427. Longitudinal Sectional Model of the 1st Rate 
Ship "Caledonia," 120 guns, launched at Plymouth in 1808 
Length, 205 feet. Tonnage, 2,616 B.O.M. Breadth, 53 feet 
8 inches. Heaviest Gun, 32-pounder. Crew, 837. 

This Model shows the method of building in practice 
previous to the adoption of the system introduced by Sir 
Robert Seppings, K.C.B., Surveyor of the Navy in the 
Reign of George IV. Given by Sir Robert Seppings, 
K.C.B. , F.R.S. 

428. -Officer's Belt Buckle, 7th Royal Fusiliers, 1876. Git-en l>y 
Colonel R. W. SparJtes. 

429. A Five Shilling Piece (dated 1845') recovered from H.M.S. 
" Tiger," which was wrecked off Odessa, and taken by the 
Russians in 1854. Given "by J. D. Cook, Esq. 

43O. Officer's Belt Buckle, 43rd Monmouthshire Light Infantry, 
Given by Lieut. -Colonel A. Longley. 


431. Officer's Shoulder-belt Plate, 20th Regiment, 1820 
Given by Colonel G. 8. Maxwell. 

432. Portion of a Map of Spain taken from the body of a 
French Officer at the Battle of Barosa (5th March, 1811). 

It was the property of Lieutenant G. Wilkinson, B.A., 
who was present at the battle and at Waterloo. Given by 
Miss Wilkinson and Mrs. Steel. 

433 Model Of a 3O-Gun Frigate. Period 1750-90. A 
frigate was a vessel larger than a sloop or a brig, and 
smaller than a ship of the line, usually carrying her guns 
(which varied in number from 30 to 60) on the main deck, 
and on a raised quarter-deck and forecastle, or on two 
decks. Given by Mrs. Pitman. 

434. Model Of H.M.S. "Victory," 100 guns, in launching rig. 
This Model represents the ship of the same name imme- 
diately preceding Lord Nelson's " Victory," which was not 
built until 1765. Built in 1735, she was the finest first-rate 
ship in the Navy, and saw service until 8th October, 1744. 
when she was lost in a violent storm near the Race or 
Alderney. Her Admiral, Sir John Balchen, and 100 
gentlemen's sons, together with the entire crew, numbering 
1,000 souls ; perished. 

It is believed that the Model once figured in the famous 
collection at Windsor Castle. 

435 Model Of H.M.S. "Nankin," frigate, 50 guns, launched 
at Woolwich, 16th May, 1850. Details as follows : 
Length, 176 feet. Beam, 52 feet 9 inches. Tonnage, 2,049. 
Crew, 500. Given by Sir John Barrow, Bart., F.E.S. 

436. Bust of Admiral Lord Rodney, K.B. George Erydges 
Rodney was born in 1718. Promoted Captain, 1742. Com- 
manded the " Eagle " in Hawke's Action, October, 1747. 
Governor of Newfoundland, 1749. Rear-Admiral, 1759. In 
1762, in conjunction with the Army, reduced the French 
West India Islands. Vice-Admiral, 1763. Governor of 
Greenwich Hospital. 1765, which post he resigned in 1771 
on being appointed Commander-m-Chief of the Jamaica 
Station. Admiral, 1778. Defeated Langara's fleet; and 
relieved Gibraltar, 1780. Twice engaged the French fleet 
under De Guichen, off Martinique. Vice-Admiral of 
England, 1781. Obtained a signal victory over De Grasse, 
12th April, 1782, for which he was created a Peer with a 
pension of 2,000. Died, 1792. 

4-37. Mode! Of a Dutch Ship of War of the period 1660-1720. 
It is probably of contemporary date, and is an exceptional 
specimen of artistic carving. From an architectural point 
of view the model has not enough length in proportion to 
beam, the consequence being the fore and mizzen masts are 
thrown on the mainmast; to make the proportions correct 



the model should be twelve inches longer. The guns, being 
too large for the size of the model, are too crowded, ana 
could not be fought if so placed in the actual ship ; they 
should be about one-half the size, and the ship should carry 
from 74 to 104. The rigging is very accurate and com- 
plete, and all other details are correct. Given by Com- 
mander W. H. Higgs, B.N. 

438. -Model Of H.M.S. "Eurydice." 2(>-gun sailing frigate, 
921 tons. Built at Portsmouth in 1843. Served two or 
three commissions on the North American and West Indian 
and Cape of Good Hope stations. She was commissioned for 
the last time by Captain Marcus A. Hare, R.N., at Ports- 
mouth, on the 7th February, 1877, as a Training-Ship for 
Boys and Ordinary Seamen ; and was returning to Spithead 
after a winter's cruise in the West Indies, when she 
capsized in a sudden squall off Dunnose, Isle of Wight, on 
Sunday, 24th March, 1878, at 4.30 p.m. Of a crew of 
320 officers, seamen, and boys, only two were saved. She 
was afterwards raised, towed into Portsmouth Harbour, 
and broken up in the same year. Given by Admiral-oj-the- 
Fleet Sir J. Edmund Commerell, V.C., G.C.B. 

439 Model Of H.M.S. f< Medea." Paddle-wheel Steam Sloop 

835 tons, 350 horse-power. She was built in 1831, and 
served on most of the principal stations until 1867, when 
she was retired. Given by Rev. F. C. Lang, Chaplain B.N. 

440. Relics of "Jack the Painter." Jack the Painter, whose 
real name was James Aitken, lived in the latter part of the 
18th Century. He resided at the " Raven Inn," Hook, 
near Basingstoke. and during the American War of Inde- 
pendence, roused the whole country by his deliberate 
attempts to fire our dockyards and shipping. He was 
successful at Portsmouth in 1776, and did damage to the 
extent of 60,000. So great was the scare, that, in res- 
ponse to a reward of 500 offered by the Government for 
his capture, the whole country was on the alert, and he 
was run to ground and captured at the " Raven Inn." He 
was eventually hanged at Portsmouth (see 346). Given by 
Captain T. M. Bagnold, B.N. 

441. Model of a Ship Of War of the period 1486-1520, when 
guns were first introduced. At this stage, fire-arms had 
not entirely superseded the bow and arrow ; and while guns 
had appeared from the sides of the ships, and the archer's 
panier had been succeeded by a deep circular top, both the 
fore and aft castles were still used as places of protection 
and seclusion for archers. 

The shape of the Model is very similar to the Spanish 
Caravelle of the early 16th Century, but the Caravelle only 
possessed one castle and was fitted with lateen yards, 
whereas the Model is square-rigged and probably ought to 
carry square topsails in addition. 

The beam or the ships of this date was very great in 


proportion to their length ; so much did the sides project 
at the water-line that two ships alongside, although touch- 
ing at the water-line, would be several yards apart at the 

The Model, which it must be stated is somewhat rough, 
should be fitted with a bowsprit projecting over the figure- 
head. Given by Lewis Evans, Esq. 

442. - Model Of H.M.S. "Royal Albert," 120 guns, built at 

Woolwich, and launched in the year 1854. She was em- 
ployed in the Black Sea during the Russian War, and 
carried the flag of Rear-Admiral Sir Edmund Lyons, Bart.. 
G.C.B. ; she was later fitted with engines, and was retired 
from the Service in 1884. Her length was 232 feet, beam 
61 feet, and tonnage 5,637. She carried a crew numbering 
1,000. Given by The Eev. F. C. Lang, Chaplain, E.N. 

443. - Pouch of a private soldier of the late Transvaal Artillery, 

South African Republic. This was the only permanent 
Military Force of the South African Republic. 

444. - Cigarette Box, being one of those sent by Scotsmen at 

home to the Scottish soldiers in South Africa, 1900. Given 
by Drummer E. T. Bowe, Gordon Highlanders. 

445. Pipe Lighter found on the body of Lieut. -Colonel C. C. H. 
Thorold, commanding 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 
He was killed in the operations on the Tugela, 23rd-24th 
February, 1900. Given by Mr. Arthur Peel, late Natal 

446. Three Chocolate Boxes, being specimens of those pre- 
sented by H.M. Queen Victoria to her troops in South 
Africa, Christmas, 1900. Given by Messrs. Cadbury Bros., 
Messrs. J. L. Fry <fc Sons, Messrs. Eowntree & Co., by 
Command of H.M. Queen Victoria. 

447. An Original Sketch, by R. Caton Woodville, of Rough- 
Riding Corporal P. Kelly, 5th Royal Irish Lancers, killing 
two Boers with one thrust at the Battle of Elandslaagte, 
21st October, 1899. Given by E. Caton Woodville, Esq. 

448. Arm Badge and Whistle worn by the Town Guard, 
Bloemfontein, during the Boer occupation. Given by Major 
W. A. J. O'Meara, E.E. 

449. Silver Tobacco Box as presented by Lloyd's Committee to 
the Sailors and Marines of the Naval Brigade of H.M.S. 
" Powerful," on their return from South Africa, and visit 
to Lloyds, on 7th May, 1900. Given by the Committee of 

450. Clip Of Cartridges for Mauser Revolver, picked up on the 
battlefield of Pieter's Hill, outside Ladysmith, on 27th 
February, 1900. Given by Mr. Arthur Peel, late Natal 


451. A Set o-f Five Orange Free State Stamps, with 
British Government Surcharge, sent from Bloemfontein, 
March, 1900. Given by Lieutenant C. E. Wyld, 1st Bat- 
talion Coldstream Guards. 

453. Copy of the "Friend of the Free State" for 22nd 
December, 1899. Given by Mr. F. W. Tabrum. 

455. Orange Free State Seals and Ribbon. Given by 
Major J. E. Gaunter. 

456. 1. A Boer Prayer Book, dated 1840. 
2 Identity Certificate (Boer) 

3. Copy of War News distributed by the Landdrosts of 


4. Official Boer Telegram found in Steenkamp 
Laager, Heilbron. Given by Sergeant W. Greening, 
Scottish Eifles, and of the Intelligence Department, South 

457. -Two Railway Tickets of the Orange Free State. 
Given by Lieutenant A. Watkins-Grubb, E.E. 

458 Busby, as worn by the Staats Artillery, of the late Orange 
Free State. Given by the Commander-in-Chief. 

459. A Pair of Handcuffs found in the Boer trenches at Paarde- 
burg, 18th February, 1900. 

461. Spoon, which was found embedded in the Avail of a public- at Modder River, 1901. A shrapnel shell had burst 
inside the house, and one of the bullets struck the spoon as 
it lay on a table, carried it away, fixing it into the wall. 

462. Feather Bonnet Badge of the 42nd Highlanders, discon- 
tinued in 1875. Given by Attendant F. Simpson, B.U.S. 

463. -Silver Helmet Plate of the 6th West York Militia, dis- 
continued in 1881. Given by Major H. Huntington. 

464. Officer's Belt Buckle, 6th West York Militia, discontinued 
in 1881. Given by Major H. Huntington. 

465. Lock of Hair of the Emperor Napoleon I. It was 

given to Major (afterwards Major-General) Anthony 
Emmett, the R.E. Officer at St. Helena ; at his death it 
passed into the possession of his daughter, Mrs. Coddington, 
whose son gave it to this Museum. Given by the "Rev. C. 
W. Coddington, M.A. 


466. -Model of H.M.S. " Prince Of Wales." A second-rate 
ship of 98 guns, built at Portsmouth in 1794, under the 
direction of Mr. Edward Hunt. The length of her gun- 
deck was 182 feet, and she possessed a beam of 50 feet 
3 inches, her tonnage was 2,010, and she carried a crew of 

The " Prince of Wales " was flag-ship to Rear- Admiral 
Henry Harvey from 1795 to 1797, and to vice- Admiral Lord 
Hugh Seymour, in 1799; she also bore the flag of Sir 
Robert Calder in 1801. 

The Model was made by a French Prisoner of War at 
Portsmouth Dockyard. Given by General W. Williams. 

467. Portrait of Admiral Lord Gardner. Alan Gardner 
was born at Uttoxeter, in Staffordshire, on 12th April, 1742. 
He commanded the " Preston," flag-ship of Rear- Admiral 
Parry, in 1766, and was present at Lord Rodney's action 
on 12th April, 1782. He was appointed Commander-in- 
Chief at Jamaica in 1786, and after holding the appoint- 
ment for three years, came home to take a seat at the 
Admiralty. He was present, in the rank of Rear-Admiral, 
at Lord Howe's action of 1st June, 1794, and for his 
services was created a Baronet and promoted to Vice- 
Admiral later in the year. In 1799 Gardner was promoted 
to the rank of Admiral, and in 1800 was raised to the 
Peerage, and for a short time held command of the Fleet 
in the Channel. He died in 1809. 

The portrait was executed from a drawing from life, at 
Canton, in 1804, for Captain B. W. Page, H.M.S. 
" Caroline." Given by Admiral B. W. Page. 

468. -Silver Small-plate of the 32nd Light Infantry, damaged 
by a shell at the Residency during the Siege of Lucknow, in 
the Indian Mutiny of 1857. 

The Plate was presented by the officers of the Regiment 
to Her late Majesty Queen Victoria, and was transferred 
to this Museum from Windsor Castle in 1903, by Command 
of His Majesty the King. Given by H.M. King Edward 

469. Model of a Chinese Pleasure Junk. Given by 
H.M. King Edioard VII. 

47O. Card admitting Lieutenant Hutton to the funeral of the Duke 
of Wellington, in St. Paul's Cathedral. Given by It. B. 
Armstrong, Esq. 

471. An Order admitting Captain Hutton, 31 st Regiment, to the 
French Trenches and to Sebastopol : dated, 3rd October, 
1855. Given by R. B. Armstrong, Esq. 

472. Shoulder-belt Badge which formerly belonged to Captain 
Hutton, of the 58th Regiment. Given by JR. B. Armstrong, 


473. Small Oak Box' made from the block of wood which sup- 
ported Lord Nelson's head in the cask which contained his 
body on the voyage to England. 

After the Battle of Trafalgar, as there were no appliances 
for embalming the body of Lord Nelson, it was placed in a 
cask, which was then filled up with spirit, and his head 
was supported inside the cask on a block of oak. On 
the arrival of the body in England it was transferred to a 
leaden coffin, which was then enclosed in a wooden one 
made from a spar of the French ship " L'Orient," des- 
troyed at the Battle of the Nile. When the body was 
removed from its temporary coffin (the cask), several of 
the officers wishing for mementos of their late commander, 
the wood of the cask and of the oak "pillow" was con- 
verted into small snuff-boxes, medal boxes, etc., and distri- 
buted among the surviving officers. Amongst these was a 
young midshipman, who afterwards succeeded to the title 
and estates of the Earldom of Egmont, and who, as his 
share, received this medal box into which was inserted a 
small gold plate bearing the inscription, " Nelson's Last 
Pillow." Given by the Barao de Soutellinho. 

474. Case of Regi mental Buttons of Militia Regiments, 
in use prior to 1881. Given by the Army Council. 

475. Portrait of Admiral Peter Rainier. Peter Rainier, son 
of Peter Rainier, of Sandwich, entered the Navy in 1756 
on board H.M.S. " Oxford." He was present at the Siege 
of Ppndicherry in June, 1760, on board H.M.S. "Norfolk," 
bearing the flag of Rear-Admiral C. Stevens, and at the 
reduction of Manila on the same ship when flag-ship of 
Vice-Admiral Samuel Cornish. He took part in the opera- 
tions under Sir Edward Hughes in the reduction of 
Negapatam and Trincomalee. Rainier was promoted Real- 
Admiral on 1st June, 1795, and Vice-Admiral in February, 
1799. He was Commander-in-Chief of the East India 
Station, and in the Trafalgar promotion of 9th November, 
1805, he was promoted Admiral. He died on 7th April, 
1808, leaving 250,000 towards the reduction of the National 
Debt. Given by Admiral B. W. Page. 

476. Model of the French Ship "Le Heros," 74 guns, built 
in 1770. She was present, on 16th April, 1781, as one of 
the squadron commanded by M. le Bailli de Suffren in 
the action in Porto Praya. On 20th June, 1783, she was 
in the action off Cuddalore, and later in the year, when in 
the East Indies, assisted by the " Artesien," 64 guns, she 
pursued and engaged H.M.S. " Hannibal," 50 guns, 
Captain Alexander Christie, and compelled her to strike. 

She was finally destroyed by Captain Sir W. Sidney 
Smith at the evacuation of Toulon in 1793. The Model 
was re-rigged in the year 1906. 

477. Officer's Belt Buckle of the 38th Regiment, -worn prior to 
1881. Given by Major C. H. Wylly. 


478. -Vest which formerly belonged to Field-Marshal The Duke of 
Wellington. Given by Surgeon-Major W. J . Eendell. 

479. Epaulette of the Queen's Own Royal Yeomanry, now the 
Staffordshire Imperial Yeomanry, of 1850. Given by W. F. 
Portlock-Dadson, Esq. 

480. Pouch Ornament of 13th Light Dragoons. (riven by Lieut- 
Colonel A. Leetham. Metal Case containing tools for the Chassepot Rifle, 
picked up on the battlefield of Sedan, 1870. Given by 
Captain Charles Slack. 

482. Copy of a Document, dated 25th November, 1653, bearing 
the signature of Admiral Robert Blake. 

Robert Blake was born at Bridgwater in 1599, and died 
on board his ship, the " George," at the entrance of 
Plymouth Sound, on 7th August, 1657. Given by D. W. 
Wise, Esq. 

483. Complete Collection (showing obverse and reverse) of 
the Naval and Military Medals, with their full comple- 
ments of clasps, struck at the Royal Mint up to the year 
1906. Given by the Lords of the Treasury 

N.B. As regards the Army General Service (Peninsula) 
Medal the total number of clasps should be 29, but four 
of these could not be supplied. In the case of the Naval 
General Service Medal the total number of clasps should be 
about 230, but of this number 222 for Fleet, Ship, and Boat 
Actions were not issued from the Royal Mint. 

1 Waterloo, 1815. 

2 Army General Service (Peninsula), 1793-1814, 25 


3 Navy General Service, 1793-1840, 9 clasps. 

4 First Burma, 1824-1826. 

5 India General Service, 1799-1826, 21 clasps. 

6 China, 1842-1860, 6 clasps. 

7 First Cabul, 1842. 

8 Second Cabul, 1842. 

9 Jellalabad, 1843. 

10 Scinde, 1843. 

11 Sutlej, 1845-1846. 3 clasps. 

12 Punjab. 1848-1849, 3 clasps. 

13 Second India General Service, 1852-1895, 23 clasps 

14 South Africa. 1853-1879. 6 clasps. 

15 Crimea. 1854-1856, 5 clasps. 

16 Baltic, 1854-1855. 

17 Indian Mutinv. 1857-1858. 5 clasps. 

18 Abyssinia, 1868. 

19 New Zealand. 1845-1 8f. 

20 Canada, 1866-1870, 3 clasps. 


21 Ashanti, 1874-1894, 5 clasps. 

"2*2 Afghanistan, 1878-1880, 6 clasps. 

23 Egypt, 1882, 2 clasps. 

24 Egypt, 1884-1889, 11 clasps. 

25 Khedive's Star, 1882-1889. 

26 North West Canada, 1885, 1 clasp. 

27 Sudan, 1898. 

28 Sudan (Bronze). 

29 Khedive's Sudan, 1890-1902, 11 clasps. 

30 West Africa, 1890-1900, 17 clasps. 

31 Central Africa, 1904-1908, 1 clasp. 

32 Third India General Service, 1895-1898, G clasps. 

33 Second Ashanti, 1896. 

34 Uganda, 1897-1899, 4 clasps. 

35 Uganda (Bronze). 

36 Cape of Good Hope, General Service, 3 clasps. 

37 China, 1900, 3 clasps. 

38 China, 1900 (Bronze). 

39 South Africa, 1899-1902, 26 clasps. 

40 South Africa (Mediterranean, Militia Medal). 

41 South Africa (Bronze). 

42 South Africa (King's Medal), 1901-1902, 2 clasps. 

43 Third Ashanti, 1900, 1 clasp. 

44 East Africa General Service, 1900-1904, 14 clasps. 

45 East Africa General Service (Bronze). 

46 Fourth India General Service, 1901-1902, 1 clasp. 

47 Tibet, 1903-1904, 1 clasp. 

48 Royal Navy, Conspicuous Gallantry. 

49 Distinguished Conduct in the Field (Queen's), 7 


50 Distinguished Conduct in the Field (King's), 3 


51 Distinguished Conduct in the Field (Cape of Good 

Hope, Queen's). 

52 Distinguished Conduct in the Field (Cape of Good 

Hope, King's). 

53 Meritorious Service (Honble. East India Com- 


54 Meritorious Service (Queen's). 

55 Meritorious Service (King's). 

56 Meritorious Service (Cape of Good Hope, Queen's). 

57 Meritorious Service (Cape of Good Hope, King's). 

58 Meritorious Service (India, Queen's). 

59 Meritorious Service (India, King's). 

60 Royal Navy, Long Service and Good Conduct 

(William IV.). 

61 Royal Navy, Long Service and Good Conduct 


62 Royal Navy, Long Service and Good Conduct 


63 Royal Navy, Ability and Good Conduct (En- 


64 Armv. Lone > Service and Good Conduct (Honble. 

East India Company). 

65 Army, Long Service and Good Conduct (Queen's). 


66 Army, Long Service and Good Conduct (King's). 

67 Long Service and Good Conduct (India, Queen's). 

68 Long Service and Good Conduct (India, King's). 

69 Long Service and Good Conduct (Cape of Good 

Hope, Queen's). 

70 Long Service and Good Conduct (Cape of Good 

Hope, King's). 

71 Militia Long Service and Good Conduct. 

72 Imperial Yeomanry Long Service and Good Con- 


73 Volunteers, Long Service (Queen's). 

74 Volunteers, Long Service (King's). 

75 Volunteers, Long Service (Colonial, Queen's). 

76 Volunteer, Long Service (Colonial, King's). 

77 Best Shot in the Army. 

78 Arctic, 1818-1855. 

79 Arctic, 1876. 

80 Antarctic, 1902-1904 1 clasp. 

81 Antarctic, 1902-1904 (Natives). 

82 Shooting Medal, Royal Navy. 

83 Transport, 1899-1902, 2 clasps. 

484. Three Ordinary Muzzle-loading Time-fuses, with 
mechanical arrangement to act also as a concussion fuze 
without using the usual unstable detonating compositive. 
Given by Captain A. B. Tulloch, 69th Regiment. 

485. Case contain ing following Medals: 

4 Royal Humane Society ; 
1 Saving Life from Drowning ; 

1 Mauritius Police, G.C. ; 

2 National Life Boat Institution ; 
1 Turkish Military; 

1 Chilian Military ; 

1 Spanish War Medal, 1836; 

1 Dutch Java, 1826-30. 

486. Pouch Ornament Light Infantry Company, 29th Foot, 
worn up to 1862. Given "by H. Everard, Esq. 

487. Pouch Ornament Grenadier Company, 29th Foot, worn 
up to 1862. Given by H. Everard, Esq. 

488. -Pair Of Officer's Epaulettes, l^th Queen's Lancers, worn 
about 1840-60. Given by Major F. Dashwood. 

489. Pair of Officer's Epaulettes, 3rd King's Own Light 
Dragoons, worn up to about 1858 

49O. Pair of Epaulettes, Bengal Engineers, worn by Major- 
General Ralf Young, 1844. Given by Captain J. It. Young. 


491-492. Pair of Officer's Epaulettes, with Sword-knot 

1840, Royal Marine Light Infantry. Given by Captain 
J. Campbell, R.M.L.l. 

4-93- Officer's Sabretasche, Royal Marine Artillery, discon- 
tinued in 1901. Given by Colonel J. H. Bor, C.M.G., 

494. An Oxydised Silver Vase, presented by the Citizens of 
Victoria (British Columbia) to the Officers, Non-Commis- 
sioned Officers and Men of the Imperial Troops at Esquimalt, 
on the occasion of their departure from Canada in May, 
1906, the place being no longer garrisoned. Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel English and the Officers and Men of the 

495. Four Prints of the Battle of the Nile, dated 1799. 
Given by Lieut. -Colonel G. S. Maxwell. 

496. Sketch Portrait of Napoleon's Guide at Waterloo. Given by 
C. M. Kempe, Esq 

497. Frame containing 6 engravings of the Banqueting House, 3 
interior and '6 exterior views. 

498. A Plan of the Camp at Hounslow in 1686. 

499. Painting in water-colours of "A Eoo-Baergys" named "The 
Double Rose," of the year 1546. 

5OO. Painting in water-colours of a " Pynnase" named the " Phaw- 
son " of the year 1 546. 

501. Model of a Cutter designed by Mr. Thomas Roberts, Master 
Shipwright, Royal Dockyard, Devonport. 

A Cutter is a vessel rigged nearly like a sloop, with one 
mast and a straight running bowsprit, which may be run 
in upon deck. Given by Miss Roberts. 

5O2. Water-colour Paint ing of the "Harry Grace A Dieu," 1.000 
tons. This was the largest ship in the Navy at the time 
of Henry VIII., in whose reign the first Royal Navy was 
formed. The painting is a copy of an original drawing 
which was presented to Henry VIII. in the jrear 1546, and 
which is now at Magdalene College, Cambridge. 

5O3. Water-colour Painting of a "Galliasse" named the 
" Grand Masterys." 

This was one of the Second-Class Vessels of the Royal 
Navy at the ^time of Henry VIII. It is a copy of an 
original drawing presented to Henry VIII. in the year 

504. Model of a Three-Decker of about the year 1830. 
Given by Captain T. P. Robinson, R.N. 


505, Model of Timbering Circular Sterns, as invented by 

Mr. Thomas Roberts, Master Shipwright. Royal Dockyard, 
Devonport. Given by Thomas Eoberts, Esq. 

506. Model, in Tortoise-shell and Bone, of a Schooner Yacht, made 

by a Russian Prisoner of War, confined in England during 
the Crimean War, 1854-56. Given by Colonel Augustus C. 
F. FitzGeorge, C.B. 

5O7.-A Piece of the Keel of H.M.S. "Badger," Lord 
Nelson's first command. 

Nelson, at the age of 20, on the 8th December, 1778, was 
appointed to command the " Badger " Brig. He served in 
her until the llth June, 1779, when he was appointed to 
the " Hinchinbroke." 

The " Badger " being taken out of commission and sold 
at Jamaica, in June, 1783, for 2,050, was utilised as a 
mooring lighter at Simons Bay. In 1858, she was acquired 
by the Table Bay Harbour Board and converted into an 
anchor barge, in which capacity she was employed until 
1895. Given by G. Lacy Wood, Esq., M.Inst.C.E. 

5O8. - Medal struck by the French to commemorate the naval action 
fought off Beachy Head, 30th Jime, 1690, between a com- 
bined English and Dutch Fleet of 73 sail under Torrington, 
and a French Fleet of 75 ships under de Tourville. The 
allies lost seven ships, of these six were Dutch and one 
British. Given by C. P. Wilson, Esq. 

5O9. Plan of the Battle of Naseby, fought on the 14th June 
1645. Given by F. W. Tabrum, Esq. 

51O. The Banda Vase, presented to Captain Sir C. Cole, K.C.B. 
R.N., in commemoration of his distinguished services in the 
capture of the Dutch Colony of Banda-Neira, near Sumatra, 
in 1810. (For further description see label). Given by the 
Marine Society. 

511. Piece Of Silver Plate representing the Arctic regions, pre- 
sented to John Barrow, Esq., F.R.S., F.R.G.S., in grateful 
remembrance of his kindness and exertion in the furtherance 
of the search for Sir John Franklin and his companions, by 
several of the Officers employed in the Arctic Expedition, 
1848-54. Given by John Barrow, Esq., F.E.S. 

512. Silver Cup presented by the Commercial Union Assurance 
Company to the London Corps of Royal Naval Artillery 
Volunteers, in recognition of the services rendered by a 
boat's crew in assisting to extingiiish a fire on e.s. " La 
Plata," at North Woolwich, on 14th June, 1873. Given by 
C. E. Beth-Smith, Esq., C.B., late Commanding the London 
Brigade, R.N.A.V., on the Disbandment of the Corps on 
1st Avril. 1892. 



513. Model of H.M.S. " Foudroyant," MJ guns, 2,055 tons. A 
third rate Line-of-Battle-ship, designed by Sir J. Henslow 
and launched at Plymouth in 1798. She was named after 
a ship which had been taken from the French forty years 
previously. The "Foudroyant" served as Lord Nelson's 
Flag-ship in the Mediterranean in 1799, and also in the 
same year bore the flag of Rear-Admiral John Duckworth. 
She was flag-ship of Admiral Lord Keith in 1801. In 1892 
she was sold to a German firm to be broken up, but was 
repurchased, remasted, and brought to Blackpool for exhibi- 
tion. Here, during a heavy gale on the 16th June, 1897, 
she parted her cables and went ashore, her crew being 
rescued by the lifeboat. She was finally destroyed by a 
storm on the 28th November, 1897. 

The Model was overhauled and re-rigged in 1906 by 
Attendant John Smith of the Museum (late P.O., 1st class, 

514. - A Copy of Si Sermon preached at Whitehall on 27th January 

1695, on the occasion of the death of Queen Mary. 

515. An early 19th Century Wine Glass, bearing the words, 
" Nelson's Victory" surrounded with a wreath, and on the 
other side an engraving of the " Victory." 

516. An Engraving shewing the rock of Gibraltar in the early 
19th century. Published by Thomas Kelly, Paternoster 
Row, December, 1822. 

517. A Universal Dial for the pocket, hearing the Royal Arms 
of King James I., it was made in 1616 for H.R.H. Prince 
Charles. (Charles I.). Given by Captain W. H. Smyth, 

518. Clock Watch of the time of James I., made by I). Quare, of 
London. (riven by Lieut. -Colonel P. P. Neri/l. 

519 A Chinese Compass. Git-en by Major-General Sir John 
May, K.C.B. 

520. -A Chinese Compass (small). Given by Lieut. F. Hutton, 


521. Telescope, which belonged to Mr. Fryer, Master of H.M.S. 
"Bounty," at the time of the mutiny in 1789. Bequeathed 
by the late Hugh E. Eump, Esq. 

The mutiny of H.M.S. "Bounty" took place near the 
Friendly Islands, in the Pacific, on the 12th April, 1789, 
through the irascible temper and tyrannical conduct of the 
captain. Lieut. William Bligh, R.N. (afterwards Vice- 
Admiral, and Governor of New South Wales). 

The captain with eighteen of his crew were overmastered 
and cast adrift in an open boat, while the mutineers, under 
Fletcher Christian, Acting-Lieutenant and Second-in- 
Command of the "Bounty," having seized the ship, deserted 


with her. Several of the men landed at Tahiti, and in 
1792. the ringleaders were captured by the commander of 
H.M.S. " Pandora," and tried by Court Martial. Six 
were condemned, and three were executed. Of those who 
sailed from Tahiti in the ship, nothing was heard till the one 
survivor, John Adams, an able seaman, and his descendants, 
were accidently discovered at Pitcairn Island, in 1814. 

This John Adams, or Alexander Smith as he afterwards 
called himself, took a prominent part in the mutiny, "and 
stood sentry over the captain during the preparations for 
turning him adrift. In consideration, however, of his sub- 
sequent excellent and pious conduct in the c<re of the 
Islanders, he was not molested. He died at Pitcairn Island, 
in 1819, at the age of 70, and his descendants still exist 
happy and prosperous on Pitcairn and Norfolk Islands. 

522. Wine Bottle taken from H.M.S. " Bounty" at Pitcairn Island 
and brought home by the Rev. W. H. Holman, Chaplain, 

523. Stone Axe-head, used by the survivors of the Mutiny of 
H.M.S. "Bounty" at Pitcairn Island. Brought home by 
Capt. Beechey, R.N., who visited the island in 1825 in 
H.M.S. " Blossom." Given by Capt. Beechey, B.N. 

524. Prayer Book used by John Adams, one of the Mutineers of 
H.M.S. " Bounty " on Pitcairn Island, for morning and 
evening prayers, and given in 1853 by his daughter to the 
Rev. W. H. Holman, Chaplain, R.N. Given by the Bev. 
W. H. Holman. 

525. Gun- wax from H.M.S. " Bounty." Giren by Josiah Adams, of 
Norfolk Island, grandson of the mutineer. 

526. Pie-tail Of John Adams, the Mutineer of H.M.S. 
" Bounty," brought from Piteairn Island in 1853. Given 
by the Bev. W. H. Holman. 

527. A Six-pounder Shot from H.M.S. " Bounty," from Pitcairn 
Island. \Vhen recovered it had been 70 years under the 
sea. iren by Admiral A. Moresby. 

528. Grape Shot (*) recovered by a diver in 1833 from the 
"Guernsey Lilly" Transport. She was lost in Yarmouth 
Roads in 1799 when returning from the Helder. Given by 
Lieut. A. Hargrove, B.N. 

529. Piece of a Shell which was used in 1799 at the siege of Acre. 
Acre was beseiged by Napoleon I. and defended by the 
Turks and a small force of British seamen under Sir Sidney 
Smith, the siege was raised after two months' investment ; 
had the place fallen it would have placed the whole of Syria, 
and possibly the Turkish Empire in the hands of Napoleon 
Given by Capt. N. H. HaR, B.N. 


53O. A Shot as it lodged in a basket at the Battle of XaTarino. 

The Battle of Xavarino wa* fought on October 20th. 1827. 
when the allied fled* of Great Britain, France, and Russia, 
under Codrington, de Rigny, and Ileianu respectiTely, and 
numbering in all 24 ships, ""JHVrfn 1 the Turkish and 
Egyptian fleets, 60 vessels being entirely destroyed, and the 
remainder driven ashore. The allies lost 272 killed and 
wounded ; the Turks over 4,000. This battle is noteworthy 
as being the last general action fought under the old 
conditions between wooden *i1ing ships. 

531. Walking Stick made out of the taffrail of H.M.S. "Shannon " 
shot away during the action with the American frigate 
" Chesapeake," June 1st, 1813. 

In the year 1813, the " Shannon," 38 guns, Captain P. V. 
Broke, had for some time been watching the American 
frigate "Chesapeake," of the same force in guns, but 
superior in the number of her crew, lying ready for sea, in 
Boston Harbour. The British Captain had sent a challenge 
to Captain Lawrence, of the " Chesapeake," to come out and 
try the fortune of war, ship to ship; and about 1 p.m.. on 
the 1st June, the American frigate weighed anchor, and 
stood out of Boston Roads to meet the " Shannon." At 
fifty minutes past four the action commenced, the ships 
being not more than a stone's throw apart, Boston light- 
house bearing west at about six leagues distance. After the 
exchange of a few broadsides, by which the " Chesapeake " 
suffered considerably, her tiller ropes being shot away, and 
her wheel broken, she fell aboard the " Shannon," whose 
anchor fouled the mizzen chains of her opponent. A sharp 
fire of musketry followed, when Captain Broke, observing the 
enemy to flinch from their guns, at the head of his boarders, 
sprang on the quarter-deck of the " Chesapeake." exclaim- 
ing, " Follow me who can," and with slight resistance drove 
most of her crew below. The Americans kept up a heavy 
fire from their tops, till the men stationed in them were 
killed or driven on deck, and made a determined hut fruitless 
attempt to rally, but in about fifteen minutes from the 
beginning of the action, all hostilities ceased, and the 
" Chesapeake " was the prize of the " Shannon." 

The loss of the victors was First- Lieutenant Watt, two 
other officers, and twenty-three men killed, and Captain 
Broke and fifty-eight men wounded, out of a crew of 330 

The " Chesapeake," out of a crew of about 386 men. had 
her Captain. First and Fourth Lieutenants, Master, Lieu- 
tenant of Marines, three Midshipmen, and fifty-three men 
killed or mortally wounded, and nearly ninety officers (in- 
cluding her Second and Third Lieutenants) and men 
wounded. Captain Broke, being severely wounded, Lieu- 
tenant Provo. W. Wallis (afterwards Admiral of the Fleet. 
Sir Provo. W. Wallis, G.C.B.) assumed the command, and 
with the two frigates sailed for Halifax, arriving there June 
6th. The gallant Captain Lawrence had died two davs 
before, on board the " Chesapeake," and was buried by his 
opponent at Halifax, with all the honours of war. At the 


request of the American Government, the body was soon 
afterwards exhumed and taken to Boston for subsequent 
interment at New York. On his return to England, Cap 
tain Broke was created a Baronet. 

The relic here exhibited formerly belonged to Mr. D 
Ramsby who served as a Baker's Boy on the "Shannon." 

532. Signal-book of the American frigate " Chesapeake " with 
ballets attached to it for the purpose of sinking it in the 
event of the capture of the ship, together with a packet of 
papers relating thereto. Given by Sir John Barrow, Bart, 

533. -Portion of an Adriatic Treenail, showing the bed 
and passage of a large insect, received in 1819. 

534, Box, made from the timbers of - Shannon." She was 
broken up at Chatham in November. 1859. 

535. Head of a Boarding Pike used in the action between 
the American frigate "Chesapeake" and H.M.S. "Shan- 
non," June 1st, 1813. 

536. Badge worn l>y the watermen of the State Barge formerly 
maintained by the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. 

537. A Cross made out of wood from a ship of the Spanish Armada. 
The fight with the Spanish Armada in the Channel, com- 
menced on Sunday, July 21st. 1588. and lasted with intervals 
until July 30th. The Armada consisted of 130 ships, many of 
large size, under the command of the Duke of Medina 
Sidonia. The English fleet numbered 197 in all, but only 34 
were Royal ships, and of these but eight were over 600 tons 
burden. Lord Howard of Effingham commanded, with Drake 
and Hawkins as his Lieutenants. The English vessels hung 
on to the flanks of the Spanish ships as they sailed up 
Channel, harassing them in every way, and doing consider- 
able damage, until the Armada anchored in Calais Roads. 
Here many of their finest vessels were captured or destroyed 
by fire-ships, and finally, on the 30th, Medina Sidonia 
decided to attempt to escape northwards. His fleet was 
scattered by storms, and suffered many losses on the Scotch 
and Irish coasts, only about one half returning to Spain. 
Given by Hiss M. A. Dibdin. 

538. A round Wooden Box made from wood as follows : The 
top is a piece of the " Royal George." sunk at Spithead. 29th 
August, 1782. (See 371.) The centre piece of the top of the 
box is a portion of the Rider of the " Victory," against 
which Lord Nelson was laid after receiving his mortal wound. 
The bottom of the box is a piece of timber from the " Roval 
William." launched at Portsmouth in the year 1719. The 
centre of the bottom is composed of wood of the " Edgar," 
blown up in 1711. Given by W. Kingston, Esq. 


539. A Spanish Dollar,, pat of the treasure of the Spanish ship 
San Pedro, which was wrecked at Peniche in 1<"86, it wac 
recovered by a diving bell. Gtren by Bear-Admiral F. 
Hardyman, C.B. 

54O. lugr recovered from the wrvck of 11. M.S. - Boyne,*" which ship 
took fire and blew up at Spithead on 4th May, 1796. 

The jug was 53 years under water before it was recovered. 

The " Boyne," 98 guns, at the time of her loss was com- 
manded by Captain Honble. George Grey. Of her crew all 
were saved with the exception of 11, of whom three or four 
were killed by the shotted guns being discharged by the host 
Given by Colonel Sir W. Jerrois, K.C.M.G., C.B., B.E. 

541. Piece Of the Bowsprit of H.M.S. " Captain." which was 
lost in a squall off Cape Finisterre, at 12.15 a.m., on 7th 
September. 1870. The lives lost numbered 483, including the 
Captain, Hugh Burgoyne, V.C.. Captain Cowper Coles, the 
designer of the ship. Mr. Childers (a son of the first lord), 
and other officers ; 18 ncen of the crew were saved. The ship 
capsized and sunk in three minutes. Her loss was attributed 
to too low free-board, heaw top-weight, masts, and hurricane 
deck. She cost 440,000, and was built by Messrs. Laird, at 

542. Piece Of Larch Wood cut from a beam of the ship of the 
" Emperor Tiberius," which was sunk in the lake Xemi, 
near Rome, and discovered first in 1535. From the descrip- 
tion of it at that period by Francisco Marchi, this ship 
was about 420 feet long, 210 feet broad and 48 feet high. No 
attempt was made since his time to recover any part of it 
until 1827, when a few larch beams were raised, of one of 
which this is a part. Gtren by Ensign Fairholme, 71st 
Highland Light Infantry. 

54-3. -Stock of a Musket from H.M.S. "La Lutine," 32 guns, 
wrecked off Vlieland, on the coast of Holland, on 9th Octo- 
ber, 1799, only one of the crew was saved, and he died before 
reaching England. "La Lutine" was originally a French 
ship, but was captured by Admiral Duncan, she contained 
much money and bullion, and was a great loss to the Under- 
writers at Lloyds. A chair and table at Lloyds are made 
from the Rudder, recovered in 1859. 

544. Piece of Timber of the Russian Warship "The Twelve 
Apostles," sunk in Sebastopol Harbour in 1854. Given by 
Spencer Ponsonby, Esq. 

545. Part of a Muzzle Lash in, brought up from the wreck of 
H.M.S. " Edgar." which blew up at Spithead on 15th 
October, 1711, when all on board perished. This exhibit 
was recovered in 1840. Giren by F. TF. Saddler, Esq. 

546. Spirit Bottle from the wreck of H.M.S. "Edgar," 70 jruns, 
at Spithead. in 1711. Recovered in 1840. Given by Capt. 
L. E. Winkvorth, P.N, 


547. Box containing a bottle of Port wine recovered from the wreck 
of H.M.S. "Boyne," burnt at Spithead on 4th May, 1795. 
The box, which is made from a plank of the ship, is of 41 
pieces, the number of years the wine was under the water. 
Given by Capt. L. E. Winkworth, E.N. 

548. Five Dollars recovered from the wreck of H.MA "Thetis," 
wrecked 5th December, 1830. She had 800,000 dollars aboard 
of which 747,909 were recovered. Given by Captain 1. 
Dickenson, E.N. 

549. Old Staffordshire Bowl of about 1790, inscribed "Success 
to Lord Hood,'' commemorative of the services of Admiral 
Viscount Hood. 

Admiral Viscunt Hood was the son of the Reverend 
Samuel Hood, and elder brother of Alexander, Viscount 
Bridport. He was born in Devonshire in 1724, and entered 
the JXavy in 1741. He soon distinguished himself, and after 
several very gallant actions was created a Baronet. He 
took part in the bombardment of Havre, and was present in 
the rank of Rear-Admiral at the defeat of Count de Grasse 
by Lord Rodney, in 1782, when his services were rewarded 
with an Irish peerage. In 1793, when in command of the 
Mediterranean, he took possession of Toulon, and reduced 
Corsica. On nis return to England he was raised to a 
Viscount, and appointed Governor of Greenwich Hospital. 
He died in 1816. Given by W. Hammond, Esq. 

55O. Impression of the arms granted to Sir Francis Drake. 
Given by Trayton Drake, Esq. 

551. -Piece of the Wedding Dress of Elizabeth Cook, wife 
of Capt. James Cook, R.N., F.R.S., the circum-navigator. 
who was killed in 1779. Captain Cook was married at Bark- 
ing on 21st December, 1762, to Miss Elizabeth Batts. She 
died in 1835, aged 93. Given by C. F. B< dwell, Esq. 

552. Club given to Captain James Cook, the circum-navigator, by 
the King of Owhyhee. Given by W. H. Newman and W. 
Chard, Esqs. 

553. Fragment of the stone on Avhich Captain James Cook, R.N., 
the circum-navigator fell when he was killed at Kara Kakoo 
Bay, Owhyhee, 1779. Given by W. Young, Esq., Paymaster 
and Purser, E.N. 

554. A Stone Axe from Owhyhee. Sandwich Islands. Given by 

A. Seward. Esa. 

555. A Tablet of portable desiccated Soup as used in Captain Cook's 

556. - Crescent taken from the Minaret of a Mosque at Aden on its 
capture on the 19th January, 1839, by the combined Naval 
and Military Force, under Captain H. Smith, R.N., H.M.S. 
"Volagc." Given by Captain H. Smith, C.S., E.N. 


557. Epaulette of the tunic of Trooper J. Tompson, 16th Light 
Dragoons, showing the two sword cute he received in an 
encounter with a Sikh at the battle of Aliwal, on 28th 
January, 1846. 

The Battle of Aliwal was fought between 10,000 British 
Troops, under Sir Harry Smith, and 20,000 Sikhs, under 
Runjur Singh. The Troops of the Khalsa withstood three 
charges of the British Cavalry with splendid bravery, but 
at last broke and fled, losing many drowned in the Sutlej, 
besides those left on the field. The British captured 67 
guns. Given by Mr. J. Power, late Trumpet Major, 16th 
(The Queen's) Lancers. 

558. Union Flag, made in the Arsenal, Kawal Pindi, and carried 
behind Major-General Sir M. G. Gerard, K.C.S.I., the 
officer representing Great Britain on the Demarcation Com- 
mission with Russia and China, on the Pamirs, 1895. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. . 

560. Quintant used by Lieut. -General Sir Charles Napier in the 
Scinde Campaign, 1843. Sir Charles Napier, the Conqueror 
of Scinde. was born at Whitehall in 1782 ; his mother was 
Lady Sarah Lennox. On joining the British Army in 
Spain. Napier was five times wounded at Coruna, and once 
at Busaco. In 1841 he became a Major-General and pro- 
leeded to India in command of the Army in Scinde. 
Having gained the great battle of Meanee, 17th February. 
1843. and captured Hyderabad, Sir Charles was constituted 
by Lord Elleuborough Governor of Scinde. He quitted 
India in 1847, but on the outbreak of the Sikh "War. having 
been appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Forces, re- 
turned for a brief period. He died near Portsmouth in 
1853. Given by Colonel McMurdo, C.B. 

561. Part of a Bandolier of a Musketeer of the early part of the 

17th century. The charge-holders which usually numbered 
twelve, were attached to a belt worn over the shoulder which 
suspended a Powder Flask. These Bandoliers were discon- 
tinued about 1640. Given by the Master General of the 

562. German Powder Flask for sporting gun, 18th century. 
563. Indian Bullet-Bag made in the Deccan. 
564. Two Brass Albanian Cartouche Boxes. 
565. Greek Cartridge Box. 
566. Russian Cartridge Box. 

567. Water Bottle taken from an Afghan Soldier during the 
war of 1841-42. 

568. Two Syrian CartoucheJBoxes. 
569. Two Burmese Powder Flasks, 


57O. Cartridge Box from Montenegro. 

571. Coorgh Cartouche Box. 

572. -Syrian Powder Flask. 

573. Arabian Belt and Pouches from Petra. 

574. Four Arrows used by Crusaders in the 12th century. Arrows 
have nearly universally been made with a light straight shaft 
of wood fitted with feathers at the neck-end to steady the 
flight, and with a pointed head of various forms, often 
barbed, so as to remain fixed in the object pierced. Those 
used in the middle ages rarely had barbed heads, sometimes 
the head was flat, sometimes conical. The heads of the 
earlier arrows were fixed by means of lashing ; those of later 
times by a metal ferrule. The feathers seem to have been 
generally used throughout all ages and so fitted as to lend a 
rotary movement to the arrow and tlius steady its flight. 
Given by Major Robe. 

575. Two Arrows (Hindostan) with barbed heads. 

576. An Arrow with spade barbed head, from Central Africa. 

577. Three Arrow Heads (barbed), S. E. Africa. 
578. An Arrow Head (spade shaped), Central Africa. 

579. A Cleddyp or the species of sword, usually of bronze, having 
the form which is described as " leaf-shaped," the tongue 
being in one piece with the blade, and the barrel of the hilt 
being formed by rivetting a plate of wood, bone, or horn 
upon each side 'of the tongue. The leaf-shaped sword is 
the characteristic weapon of the bronze period, it is found all 
over Europe from Lapland to the Mediterranean. No war- 
like weapon of any period is more graceful or more beauti- 
fully finished. The finish seems to have been given in the 
mould without the aid of hammer or file, the edge being 
formed by suddenly reducing the thickness of the metal. 
This speciman is 23 inches long, and was found in a bog in 
Tipperary. Given, by Admiral Sir J. Powley, Bart., G.C.B. 

58O. A CleddyOi 24 ins. in length (see 79). Given by Lieutenant 
W. P. Newnham, E.N. 

581. A Cleddyo, broken, originally about 18 ins. in length, dredged 

up at Wandsworth Point, River Thames. (See 579.) 

582. A Spear Head of the bronze period, found in Co. Monagban. 

Though the leaf-shaped form predominates, barbed speci- 
mens are occasionally found. Some British forms are of great 
size, reaching sometimes a length of 27 inches. The larger 
varieties are often beautifully designed, having segmental 
openings on both sides of the central ridge of the blade. 
Given by Viscount Templetown, 


583. Piece Of a Saxon Spear Head, dredged up in the centre 
of the Thames off the High-bridge, Putney, March, 1861. 
The Saxon Spear was a narrow, long-bladed weapon, varying 
greatly in form and dimensions, but generally characterised 
by the socket being slit or unclosed throughout its length. 

584. Saxon Spear Head, dredged up in the centre of the Thames 
at Putney, March, 1861. (See 583.) 

585. Portion of a Saxon Dagger, dredged up from the centre 
of the Thames at Putney, in 1861. 

586. Saxon Spear Head, dredged up from the centre of the 
Thames, at Putney, March, 1861. (See 583.) 

587. Saxon Spear Head (iron) found in a grave at Broughton. 

588. Two Knives of the 15th century, found when digging the 
foundations of St. Thomas's Hospital, London. 

589. Portion of a Sword of the loth century. 

590. Helmet of the Royal Midlothian Yeomanry Cavalry. Given by 
Charles T. Cox, Esq. 

591. Portrait, in Water Colours, of James Gunnis, Eoyal Marine 
Band, Portsmouth Division, 1823-1846. Given, by J. W. 
Gunnis (Musician in Ordinary to Queen Victoria). 

592. Naval Sword of early 19th century which belonged to Mid- 
shipman John Wells, R.N., who served on board H.M.S. 
" Britannia" from 1803-5, and was present at the battle of 
Trafalgar and stationed at the signals. He entered the 
Navy August 9th, 1803, at the age of 19, and served until 
28th September, 1816. Amongst other ships on which he 
served were the " Sampson," " The Excellent," " The Royal 
William," and the " Julia," in the last of which ships for 
11 months he was guarding Napoleon I. at St. Helena. 
Bequeathed by his daughter, Mrs. W. A. Older. 

593. Mahogany Brass Bound Writing Desk, which 
belonged to Lieut. John Wells, R.N. Bequeathed by Mrs. 
W. A. Older. 

594. -The Boulton Medal for Trafalgar, given to Midshipman John 
Wells, R.N. Bequeathed by Mrs. W. A. Older. 

595. Letter written by Midshipman Wells to his parents describing 
the battle of Trafalgar, dated October 30th, 1805. Be- 
queathed by Mrs. W. A. Older. 

596. Sketch by Midshipman John Wells, of the disposition of the 
British and combined Fleets just before the battle of Tra- 
falgar. Bequeathed by Mrs. W. A. Older. 

597. A Maple Wood Snuff-box belonging to Lieutenant J. 
Wells, R.N. Bequeathed by Mr*. W. A. Older. 


598. Two Signal Books, 1808, used by Lieutenant J. Wells on 
H.M.S. " Excellent." Bequeathed by Mrs. W. A. Older. 

599. Cockade, cut from the hat of a dead French seaman, by Mid- 

shipman John Wells, when boarding a prize after the battle 
of Trafalgar. Bequeathed by Mrs. W. A. Older. 

600. Various Personal Documents relating to Lieutenant 
J. Wells, R.N. Bequeathed by Mrs. W. A. Older. 

601. A Print in colours of the Death of Lord Nelson, from the 
original painting by S. Drummond, and engraved by W. J. 
Annis. Bequeathed by Mrs. W. A. Older. 

602. Portrait of Brant, the celebrated chief of the Mohawk tribes 

of North American Indians, who served with the British 
Army during the American 'Revolutionary War. 

603. - A Line Engraving of the death of Captain James Cook, the 

circum-navigator, from the painting by George Carter, en- 
graved by J. Hall, S. Smith, and J. Thornthwaite con- 

604. -A Line Engraving, dated 1753. "A View of Royal 
Building for His Majesty's Horse and Foot Guards in St. 
James's Park, London." 

605. -Small Brass Plaque with portrait of Lord Nelson by 

Peter Wyon. Given by Naval Cadet P. M. Filleul. 

606. Shoulder Belt Plate of the Cambridge Militia, dug up 

on Woolsthorpe Hill. Given by G. Welborn, Esq. 

607. Model of "Long Cecil," the gun made at Kimberley, South 
Africa, during the Siege, 1899-1900. Scale 1 to 12. Made 
by Miles. Bement, Pond and Coy., New York. Given by W. 
S. Acdes, Esq., M.I.M.E. 

608. A Plan of the Merchant Transport Fleet by which the British 
Army was conveyed to the Crimea. Given by Mrs. John 

6O9. Rat's Nest from H.M.S. " Revenge." (1854-1873.) 

"A strong smell of fire was detected on board one morn- 
ing. On a diligent search being made, it was discovered 
that the smell proceeded from a Rats' Nest, in the ' Cable 
Tier.' The old rat, in taking a match into the nest, 
accidentally fired the nest. The young rats were burnt, and 
the ship was nearly set fire to thereby." Presented and 
authenticated by Commander A. Gilmore, R.N. 

61O. Two Coloured Prints dated 1799, by Rowlandson, one of 
the Billingsgate Volunteers the other St. Martins-in-the- 
Fields Volunteers. 


611. Two Coloured Prints dated 1798, by Kowlandson, one of 
the Clerkenwell Cavalry, the other, of the London and 
Westminster Light Horse Volunteers. 

612. Facsimile Of the Seal of Aymer de Valance, Earl of Pem- 
broke, who died in 1324, half brother of Henry III. The 
original Charter to which the seal is attached is dated 10th 
December, 1316, and is the settlement of an ancient feudal 
dispute (in possession of the donor). The Earl was a dis- 
tinguished soldier under Edward II. It should be noted 
that he is mounted on a blood horse. Given 6y Edwai d 
Almack, Esq. 

613. A Painting in Oils depicting the taking of Puerto Bello on 
21st November 1739, by Vice-Admiral Edward Vernon. 
Copied from the original work of George Chambers by 
Miss Maud M. Berry. 

Puerto Bello, standing on the north side of the Isthmus 
of Darien, was discovered by Colftmbue in 1502. It pos- 
sessed a very fine harbour, and the town, which at the time 
of its surrender to Admiral Vernon was strongy fortified, 
was the principal mart for the riches of Chile and the 
neighbouring countries. Admiral Vernon attacked the place 
with onlv six ships "Hampton Court" "Norwich" 
"Worcester." "' Burford," " Straffiord," and " Princfeae 
Louisa." after embarking 200 soldliers. under Captain 
Newton, at Port Royal. The fight commenced at 2 p.m., 
and on the enemy's fire from the ships and forts lessening, 
a landing was effected. On the following day the Spanisn 
Governor surrendered the place on Admiral Vernon's terms. 
The British, after three weeks of work, succeeded in reduc- 
ing the fortifications by means of the powder from the 
surrendered ships. Considerable wealth was taken with the 
place. Bequeathed by Miss Minnie Berry. 

614. The Imperial Arms Of Russia in bronze, taken from 
over the gates of the arsenal of Soudjak-Kale on the Cir- 
cassian Coast during the Russian War of 1854-6 by Captain 
T. A. B. Spratt. R.N. H.M.S. "Spitfire," when the town 
was captured by the Allies on the 28th May, 1855. Given 
ly Admiral T. A. B. Spratt, C.B., F.E.S. 

615. ATI Engraving showing "A View of the Privy Gardens 
and Banqueting House at Whitehall." 

616. An Engraving of The George worn by King Charles I. 
on the day of his Execution. 

The George is a jewel, including a figure in coloured 
enamels of St. George on Ho.rseback encountering the 
Dragon, worn pendant from the collar of the Order by 
Knights of the Garter. 

The Lesser George is a Badge of the Order of the Garter, 
worn, on occasions of comparatively little ceremony, pen- 
dant from a ribbon. It is oval in shape with a representa- 
tion of St. George killing the Dragon ; it is gold upon 
an enamelled ground, and is bordered by a buckled garter. 

E 2 


617. An Engraving by W. Miller of the picture painted by C. 
Stanfield, R.A.. of the Battle of Trafalgar. 

618. An Engraving giving an exact representation of the English 
and French Fleets, under the command of Rear-Admiral 
Sir Horatio Nelson, K.B., and Admiral Brueys, off the 
Mouth of the Nile on the 1st August. 1798. 

619. Coloured Print of the Lieutenant of the Yeomen of the Guard. 
Given by B. E. Sargeaunt, 

620. Case containing the Badges of Regiments raised in South Africa 

during the war 1899-1902. Given by Edward Sass, Esq. 

621. Engraving by J. Cousen of the picture by Stanfield of H.M.S. 

" Victory " being towed into Gibraltar after the battle of 
Trafalgar, dated 1857. Given by Captain A. C. Tupper. 

622. Flag used by the crew of H.M.S. "Niger," when they opposed the 

Mutineers in 1797, at Sheerness. It was presented by the 
crew to their Captain, Edward James Foote. Given by 
Admiral Stanhope. 

The Mutiny at the Nore. which blocked up the trade of the Thames, 
broke out on 27th May, 1797, and subsided 13th June, 1797. when the 
principal Mutineers were put in irons, and several executed (including 
the ringleader, who had assumed the name of Rear-Admiral Richard 
Parker) on 30th June, at Sheerness. 

623. German Engraving of the execution of King Charles I. 

624. Sepia Drawing, after an old engraving by E. Ronker, of the 
Holbein Gate. Given by Lieut. G. E. Maltby, E.N. 

625. Two Line Engravings, one of the Banqueting House, the 

other of the Horse Guards and Treasury in 1769. Engraved 
for Chamberlain's li H : story of London." Given by Lieut. 
G. E. Maltby, E.N. 

626. Line Engraving of the Banquetine House, from Dodsley's 

"London and its Environs, 1761." Given by Lieut. G. E. 
Maltby, E.N. 

627 Small Engraving of the portrait painted by Van Dyck. of Sir 
Peter Paul Rubens. Given by Lieut. G. E. MaUby, E.N. 

628. Small Engraving of the portrait painted by Van Dyck, of 

Inigo Jones. Given by Lieut. G. E. Maltby, E.N. 

629. Engraving, shewing the Banqueting House from the river. 

Given by Lieut. G. E. Maltby, E.N. 

630. Engraving, with explanation, entitled "Like Coachman, Like 

Cause, or an Emblem of what we must expect if Low 
Church gets uppermost." Given- by Lieut. G. E. Maltby, 


631. -Engraving of the statue of King James II. in the Privy 

Garden. Whitehall. The Statue is now at the West front 
of the Admiralty. Given by Lieut. G. E. Maltby, B.N. 

632. Engraving, after the drawing by Hollar, of the Palace of 
Whitehall in the early part of the reign of Charles I. Given 
by Lieut. G. B. Maltby, B.N. 

633. - Line Engraving of Cardinal Wolsey. Given by Lieutenant 

G. B. Maltby, E.N. 

634. Engraving of the original drawing, by Sandby, of Whitehall, 

made on July 1st, 1775. Given by Lieut. G. B. Maltby, 

635. Engraving of the Bust, by Le Sueur, of James I., dated 1793. 
Given by Lieut. G. B. Maltby, B.N. 

636. -Engraving 1 of Oliver Cromwell. Girrn by Lieutenant G. If. 

lj, R.N. 

637. Engraving 1 showing the execution of King Charles I. Giren by 
W. Hammond, Kxq. 

638. Engraving, by 11. Romney, showing the execution of King 
Charles I. The wording of the warrant is printed below. 
Given by the Beverend Thomas Jones. 

639. Engraving, by Virtue, of the portrait of Charles I., by Van 
Dyck. Given by Lieut. G. B. MiUby, B.N. 

640. Engraving of the Old Horse Guards Building, showing the 
Banqueting House in the centre. Date 1720.- Given by 
Aston Webb, E&q. 

641. Engraving of Whitehall Gateway, from the drawing of T. 
Sandby. Given by Lieut. G. B. Maltby, B.N. 

642. Sepia Drawing, by J. Kips in 1774, " Prospect of Whitehall." 
Given by Lieut. G. B. Maltby, B.N. 

643. -Copy Of a Paper, delivered by Admiral Honble. John Byng, 
to the Marshal of the High Court of Admiralty, immediately 
before his death. Dated 14th March, 1757. Given by Lady 

Admiral Byng was charged with neglect of duty in an 
engagement with the enemy off Minorca, 20th May, 1756, 
condemned for an error of judgment, and shot on board the 
"Monarch," at Spithead, 14th March, 1757. 

644. Engraving 1 , shewing Merton Place, the seat in Surrey of 
Admiral Lord Nelson. The house was originally built by $ 
Sir Richard Hotham, Knt., a London merchant. It was at' 
one time in the possession of Thomas Sainsbury, Lord Mayor 
of London, and afterwards of Mr. Graves, who sold it to 
Lady Hamilton, acting on behalf of Lord Nelson. It was 
pulled down many years ago. 


645. Engraving of the painting by Hodges, of Captain James Cook, 
F.R.8., the Circum-Navigator. 

646. Drawing in Pencil of Lord Nelson, taken from life at Naples 
in 1797. by Charles Grignon. 

In the frame is a lock of Lord Nelson's hair, with a 
memorandum made by Captain Sir Thomas Staines, K.C.B., 
R.N., as to its authenticity. Given by Commander J. 
Bremer, R.N. 

647. A Painting On GLaSS, showing the barge which conveyed 
Lord Nelson's Body from Greenwich to Whitehall on 
January 8th, 1806. 

648. A Painting on Glass, showing the Funeral Car which con- 
veyed the body of Lord Nelson from the Admiralty to St. 
Paul's on January 9th, 1806. 

649. Design in Water Colours, showing the nags used in Lord 
Nelson's famous signal at Trafalgar. Painted by W. Gibb. 
Given by W. Gibb, Esq. 

The story of Nelson's Signal is best told in the words of 
the "Victory's" Signal Lieutenant, Pasco, the officer who 
received Nelson's orders to make it. The "Victory," at the 
moment, was somewhat less than a mile and a half from the 
enemy's line. 

"His Lordship," Lieutenant Pascoe says, "came to me on 
the poop, and, after ordering certain Signals to be made, 
about a quarter to noon, said, ' Mr. Pascoe, I want to say 
to the fleet, "England confides that every man 
will do his duty." ' He added, 'you must be quick, 
for I have one more to add, which is for "Close Action." I 
replied, ' If your Lordship will permit me to substitute 
expects for confides, the Signal will soon be completed, be- 
cause the word expects is in the vocabulary, and confides 
must be spelt.' His Lordship replied in haste, and with 
seeming satisfaction, ' that will do, Pascoe, make it 

" As the last hoist was hauled down, Nelson turned to 
Captain Blackwood, who was standing by him with, ' Now 
I can do no more. We must trust to the great Disposer of 
all events, and the justice of our cause. I thank God for 
this great opportunity of doing my duty.' 

" When Lord Nelson's message had been answered by a 
few ships in the van," continues Lieutenant Pasco, " he 
ordered me to make the signal for " Close Action," and 
to keep it np. Accordingly, I hoisted No. 16 at the top-gallant mast- 
head, and there it remained, until shot away." 

650. Photograph of the Register at Burnham Thorpe Church, 
containing Lord Nelson's Baptismal Certificate. Also photo- 
graphs or two marriage certificates witnessed by him in 
1769. Given by Lieut. -Colonel T. A. Le Mesurier. 


652. Pendant Board, with order of the sailing of the fleet attached, 
and signed by Lord Nelson, in use on board H.M.S. 
" Britannia," 100 guns. Captain C. Bullen. R.N. Flagship 
of the Earl of Northesk, Rear-Admiral of the White, at the 
Battle of Trafalgar, 21st October, 1805. Given by David 
John, 10th Earl of Xorthesk. 

653. List of the Officers killed and wounded at the Battle of Trafalgar. 
October 21st, 1805. Also a total list of the killed and 
wounded seamen and marines in the various ships. 

654. Private List <rf Signals, by day and night, issued to 

Horatio Nelson, Esq., Commander of H.M.S. "Agamem- 
non," 1793, and signed by Lord Hood. 

655. - Manuscript Copy of Lord Nelson's last prayer. 

656. Picture, exhibiting the order observed in the funeral procession 
of Vice-Admiral Lord Nelson, on January 9th, 1806. 

657. Plan, showing the disposition nf the Bannerette. Trophies, &c.. 
around the coffin of Lord Nelson at St. Paul's Cathedral, 
on January 9th, 1806. 

658. Manuscript Copy of Lord Nelson's last orders. 

659. - Manuscript Copy of the signals of Villeneuve and Gravina 
at the Battle of Trafalgar, October 21st, 1805. 

66O. Diagram on Silk of Naval Cutlass Exercise, 1814. 

661. List of Officers, Seamen and Marines of H.M.S. " Erebus" and 
" Terror," who sailed from England, May, 1845, on the 
expedition under the command of Captain Sir John Frank- 
lin, K.C.H. 

Sir John Franklin, with Captains Crozier and Fitz- 
james, in H.M. ships "Erebus" and "Terror" (carrying 
in all 138 persons), sailed on his third Arctic expedition of 
discovery and survey from Greenhithe on 19th May, 1845. 
Their last despatches were from the Wha!efish Islands, dated 
12th July, 1845. Their protracted absence caused intense 
anxiety, and numerous expeditions were sent out in search 
of them ; and provisions, coal, clothing and other necessaries 
were deposited in various places in the Arctic Seas. 
Franklin's first winter quarters were discovered at Beechy 
Island by Captains Ommanney and Penny. 

662. Two Autograph Letters of Lord Nelson, one before, the 
other after the loss of his arm. They are both written to 
his uncle, William Suckling ; the one is headed, "Camp near 
Bastia, April 6th, 1794," the other, "St. Helen's, April 9th, 
1798." Both letters were purchased at the sale of the 
effects of the Royal Naval Club, 1842. The frame is made 
of wood from H.M.S. "Victory." 

663. Autograph Letter of Lord Nelson, dated ' Bastia, October 
18th, 1 p.m." 


664. Autograph Letter of Lord St. Vincent, dated 12th January. 
1810, and commencing "Dear Tucker." 

It is a request that the latter should pay Lord St. 
Vincent's subscription to the Essex Tory Club, Strand, and 
withdraw his name at the same time. 

665. Autograph Letter of Lord Nelson to Lady Hamilton, dated 
" August 3rd, 1802, off Boulogne," commencing " My Dear 
Emma." Given by the Lords Commissioners of the 

666. Two Autograph Letters of Lord Nelson to Captain 
Staines, one dated, "Victory, September 1st, 1804," the 
other "Victory, January 18th. 1805." Given by Lieut 
G. Gunning, 1st Dragoon Guards. 

667. Autograph Letter of Lord Collingwood to Admiral Sir 
Peter Parker, dated "Queen, off Cadiz, 1st November, 
1805." The letter describes the Battle of Trafalgar. 

668. Autograph Letter of the Duke of Wellington, dated ' ; London. 
Dec. 6th, 1837," addressed to the Secretary of the United 
Service Museum, stating that he has asked Her Majesty 
the Queen to give her patronage to the Museum. On the 
back is Her Majesty's reply, through Lord John Russell, 
Secretary of State of the Home Department. 

669. Autograph Letter of the Bishop uf Rochester, dated " Bromley 
House, 4th July, 1798." declining to consecrate the Colours 
of the Westminster Volunteer Cavalry. 

67O. Autograph Letter of Commander Lord Cochrane. dated 
"Speedy, Mahon, 18th May, 1801," reporting to the 
Lieutenant-Governor of Mahon the impracticability of re- 
lieving the garrison of Port Ferraro. 

671. -Original Order of thanks to the Army, after the battle of 
Salamanca, in the hand-writing of Field Marshal the 
Duke of Wellington, K.G. Given by Lieut. -General Sir 
T. Henry Brown, K.C.H. 

672. Autograph Letter of Marshal Prince Bliicher, dated 
"Munster, March 2nd, 1805." 

673. Two Autograph Letters of Sir Colin Campbell, dated 
"Camp before Balaklava, Nov. 22nd, 1854 " and "Lucknow, 
April 2nd, 1858." Given by J. Barrow, Esq. 

674. Autograph Letter of Lord Cornwallis, dated ' Culford, Dec. 
3rd, 1803," to General Fox. The letter refers to the Irish 

675. Autograph Letter of the Empress Maria Theresa, dated 
March 10th, 1770. 

676. Autograph Letter of Lieutenant General Lumley ( com- 
manding the Cavalry in the Duke of Marlborough's Army, 1706-7), 
dated August 30th, 1706. 


677. Autograph Letter from Colonel J. Gnrwood, private 
Secretary to the Duke of Wellington, dated Dec. 19th. 1839. 
The letter regrets that the skeleton of the charger which 
His Grace rode at Waterloo is not able to be dug up in 
order to be placed in this Museum. 

678. Autograph Letter of Sir John Franklin, dated July 16th, 

Sir John Franklin, F.R.S., was born at Spilsby, in Lin- 
colnshire, in 1786. He entered the Navy in 1801, and was 
present at the battles of Copenhagen and Trafalgar. After 
making two successful voyages of discovery in the Arctic 
Seas he died in attempting to discover the North- West 
Passage, in 1847. 

679. Engraving, by Xegelen, of Rear-Admiral Sir John Franklin. 

680. Autograph Letter of H.M. King George III., dated June 
20th, 1805. 

King George III. was born at Norfolk House, St. James' 
Square, in 1738, the eldest son of Frederick, Prince of Wales, 
and the Princess Augusta, daughter of Frederick, Duke of 
Saxe-Gotha. He succeeded his grandfather on the throne 
in 1760, and died at Windsor Castle in 1820. 

681. Autograph Letter of H.M. King William IV.. from Bath, 

William IV. was the third son of George III. and 
Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. He was born at St. 
James' Palace in 1765, and entered the Navy in 1779. He 
succeeded George IV. on the throne in 1830, and died in 
1837. He founded this Museum in 1831. 

682. Autograph Letter of Admiral Lord Duncan, dated " Dundee, 
Nov. 18th, 1800." (See 329). 

683. - Autograph Letter of Prince Hardenberg, dated " Paris, Odt, 
7th, 1815." 

684, Autograph Letter from Prince Eugene of Savoy, dated 
June 7th, 1712. The letter refers to the investment of 

685. Autograph Letter of General Guy Carleton to Brig.-General 
Fox, expressing appreciation of his services, dated " New 
York, Nov. 24th, 1783." 

686. Autograph Letter of Marshal Bert rand, dated Oct. 5th, 1840. 
The letter is written to Mrs. Dickson, enclosing a lock of 
Napoleon I.'s hair and a portion of his writing relative to 
the campaign in Egypt. 

687. Autograph Letter of H.R.H. Frederick, Prince of Wales, to 
Mr. Fox, dated " London, January 31st, 1793." 


688. Autograph Letter of General Viscount Hill, G.C.B., G.C.H., 
to the Earl Bathurst, dated "Brussels, April 3rd." 

Lord Hill was born at Frees Hall, Shropshire, in 1772, 
and entered the Army in 1790. He served with distinction 
under Sir Ralph Abercromby in Egypt, and under the 
Duke of Wellington in the Peninsula Campaign, after 
which he received his peerage. He commanded an Army 
Corps at Waterloo, and in his Waterloo despatch the Duke 
of Wellington wrote : "I am particularly indebted to 
General Lord Hill for his assistance and conduct- on this, as 
on other occasions." In 1828 Lord Hill was appointed Com- 
mander-in-Chief of the Army. He died in 1842. 

689. Autograph Letter of Admiral Sir J. J. Duckworth to 
General H. Fox, dated, "Royal George, March 7th, 1807." 

69O. Autograph Letter of the Maiquis of Wellesley, dated " Phoenix 
Park, January 17th, 1834." 

691. Autograph Letter of Major C. Maopherwn, political agent, 
dated "Agra, September 7th, 1857," to Brigadier-General 
Neill, Cawnpore. The letter shows the use made of Greek 
letters in despatches during the Indian Mutiny. 

692. Officer's Belt Buckle of the 17th Regiment, worn prior to 
\88\. Gire>i by Lieut. -Colonel A. E. H. Webb. 

693. Print in Colours, " 1st Life Guards. Riding Master and 
Rough Riders." Published by Engelmann, 1829. 

694. Print in Colours, " 1st Life Guards. A Farrier." 

Published by Engelmann, 1829. 

695. Print in Colours, "Royal Horse Guards' Officer in Undress." 

Published by Engelmann, 1829. 

696. -Print in Colours, "Royal Horse Guards. Private and 
Corporal." Published by Engelmann, 1828. 

697. Print in Colours, " 10th Royal Hussars. Trumpeter.'' 
Published by Engelmann, 1829. 

698. Print in Colours, "15th Hussars. Private." 
Published by Engelmann, 1828. 

699. Print in Colours, "Royal Waggon Train. Field Officer." 
Published by Engelmann, ' 1828. 

TOO. Print in Colours, " Royal Artillery. Private." 
Published by Engelmann, 1828. 

701. Print in Colours, "3rd Foot Guards. Bugleman." 
Published by Engelmann, 1828. 

7O2 Print in Colours, " 23rd Regimem . Royal Welsh Fusiliers." 

7O3. Print in Colours, "62nd Regiment. Officer of Light Infantry." 
Published by Engelmann, 1828. 


704. Coloured Print, " 87th Regiment or Royal Irish Fusiliers. A 

Private." Published by Engelmann, 1828. 

705, -Print in Colours, ''87th Regiment or Royal Irish Fusiliers. 

Drum-Major." Published by Engelmann', 1828. 

706. Print in Colours, u Field Officer, Royal East India Company, 
Depot at Chatham." Published by Engelmann, 1830. 

7O7. Coloured Print, "Officer Coldstream Guards. Undress." 
Published by W. Spooner, 1832. 

708. -Coloured Print, "Officer 18th Light Dragoons." Published 
by W. Spooner, 1832. 

709. Print in Colours, " The Cavalry of the Guard," 1846. 
710. Print in Colours, ' : The Dragoon Guards," 1816. 
711. Print in Colours, "The Horse Artillery," 1846. 

712 Print in Colours, " The Line," 1846. 

713. Print in Colours, "The Rifles." 1846. 

714. -Print in Colours, "23rd or Royal Welsh Fusiliers." 
Published by Ackermann, 1855. 

715. Print in Colours, "33rd (1st Yorkshire. West Riding) Review 
Order." Published by Ackermann, 1853. 

716. Print in Colours, '-79th Carreron Highlanders." 
Published by Ackermann, 1855. 

717. Print in Colours, '-73rd Highlanders." 
Published by Ackermann, 1855 

718. Print in Colours, " 60th Rifles," 1857. 
Published by Ackermann, 1857. 

719. Print in Colours, "Rifle Brigade." 

Published byAckermann, 1855. 

72O. Print in Colours, >l Bengal Horse Artillery." 
Published by Ackermann, 1846. 

721. -Print in Colours, '-19th Bengal Light Cavalry." 
Published by Ackermann, 1848. 

722. Print in Colours, "Bengal Infantry, 65th Infantry, Light 
Company." Published by Ackermann, 1846 . 

723. Print in Colours, " Officer Bombay Lancers." 
Published by Ackermann, 1846. 

724. Print in Colours, " Bombay Horse Artillery, Officer in Full 
Dress." Published by Ackermann, 1846. 

725. Print in Colours, ; '65th Bombay Infantry." 
Published by Ackermann, 1846. 


726. Print in Colours, "The Governor's Body Guard, Madras 
Presidency." Published by Ackermann, 1846. 

727. Print in Colours, " Madras Horse Artillery." 

Published by Ackermann, 1845. 

728 Print in Colours, ''Madras Infantry, Bandmaster and 
Musician." Published by Ackermann, 1846. 

729. Print in Colours, "Madras Infantry, Officers of the Rifles 
and Light Infantry in Full Dress." Published by Acker- 
mann, 1845. 

73O. -Print in Colours, "Madras Infantry, 32nd Regiment." 
Published by Ackermann, 1845. 

731. Print in Colours, ''Officer Nizam's Army, 3rd Cavalry, 

Officer in Full Dress." Published by Ackermann, 1845. 

732. Print in Colours, "His Highness the Nizam's Cavalry, 3rd 
Regiment, Officer in Undress." Published by Ackermann, 

733. - Print in Colours, "Nizam's Army, Native Officer in Full 

Dress, 3rd Cavalry." Published by Ackermann, 1845. 

734. Print in Colours, "Officer of the Bundlecund Legion in 

Review Order." Published by Ackermann, 1847. 

735. Frame, containing five small prints in colours, i.e. Cornet of 
the Horse Guards, 15th Hussars, Officer Life Guards, 
Officer Heavy Dragoons, and the Squadron Standard of 
Royal Dragoons. Dublin (about) 1820. 

736. - Frame, containing three prints in colours, 74th Highlanders, 

Royal Engineers, Rifle Brigade. Published by Ackermann, 

737. Print in Colours of the 16th (The Queen's) Lancers, 1853. 

738. Frame, containing three coloured prints. 13th Light Dragoons, 

10th Hussars, 13th Light Dragoons (officer). Published by 
Ackermann, 1849. 

739. Print in Colours of "Cadets of Addiscombe," 1846, Honble. 
East India Company. 

74O. Print in Colours of a Royal Horse Artillery Man, about 1815 
by Charles Vernet. 

741. Print in Colours of H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, Grenadier 
Guards, about 1861. 

742. Print in Colours, shewing types of Guards, Rifle Brigade and 
Highlanders, 185-t. 

743. Print in Colours of H.M. Queen Victoria, and H.R.H. The 
Prince Consort. Cobham, 1855. 


744. Frame, containing the following types of the year 1823 : 4th 
R.I. Dragoon Guards, 5th Dragoon Guards, 12th Royal 
Lancers, a General Officer, Officer 1st Life Guards, Officer 
2nd Life Guards, Royal Horse Guards, 9th Lancers, 
Grenadier Guards, 17th Lancers. 

745. Water Colour Painting by Henry Payne, of an Officer, 
Royal Artillery, 1812. 

746. Frame, containing three caricatures. An Officer of the 10th 
Hussars, an Officer of the 15th Hussars, an Officer of the 
7th Hussars. All taken from life. Published by Dighton, 
Charing Cross, date about 1808. 

747. Frame, containing three prints in colours of the Royal Artillery, 
1829, 1853. 1854. 

748. Print in Colours, Private, 1st Life Guards. 

Published by Engelmann. 

749. Print in Colours of an Officer of the 87th, or Royal Irish 
Fusiliers. Published by Engelmann, 1828. 

75O. Print in Colours of the Nizam's Army, 1846. 
Published by Ackermann. 

751. A French Engraving by Randon, entitled, "Bruslot a la 

752. A French Engraving, entitled, " Vaisseau du troisieme 
rang a la Voile." 

753. A French Engraving, entitled, "Flute, Vaisseau de 
charge a la Voile." 

754. A French Engraving, entitled, " Sa'ique Batiment dont 
les Tures se seruent en leuent pour leur trafic." 

755. A French Engraving, entitled, "Barque allant vent 

756. A French Engraving, entitled, "Polacre a la Voile." 
757. A French Engraving, entitled, " Galiote a bombe." 

758. A French Engraving, entitled, "Brigantin donnant 
chasse a une felouque et prest a la border." 

759. A French Engraving, entitled, "Tartane de Pesche." 

76O. A French Engraving, entitled, "La Galore patronne a 
la rame." 

761. A French Engraving, entitled, "Galeasse a la rame. 


762. A French Engraving, entitled, "La Galere reale a la 

763. A French Engraving, entitled, "Galere a la voile portant 
1'estendart de chef d'escadre." 

764. -A French Engraving, entitled, " Galeasse a la voile." 

765. A French Engraving by Barthelemy Chasse, entitled 
" Coupe d'une Galere avec ses proportions." 

766. 43 Heraldic Shields with the Royal Arms of the Kings 
and Queens of England from William I. to Victoria, painted 
according to the " Willements Regal Heraldry." The dates 
on the shields are those of the accession of each Sovereign. 
Where there is more than one marriage, the date after the 
first is that of the second marriage. Given by Arthur C. 
Tupper, Esq. 

767. Four Heraldic Shields of the Arms of England, Wales, 
Scotland and Ireland. Given by Arthur C. Tupper, Esq. 

768.^-Silver Pouch, Officer's, 10th The Queen's Lancers, 1848. 
Given by Major F. L. Dashwood, 16th Lancers. 

769 The Bell of the Private Chapel of the 
French Ship "Ville de Paris," 104 guns, taken by 
Admiral Sir George Brydges Rodney, on April 12th, 1782, 
and lost off the banks of Newfoundland on 9th September, 
1782, in a gale. As a reward for his signal victory over 
the French Fleet under De Grasse, on April 12th, Rodney 
was created a Peer of the Realm with a pension of 2,000 a 
year attaching to the title. Given by Captain H. H. Bing- 
ham, B.N., and Commander J. E. Bingham, R.N. 

77O. An Engraving, "England's Glory." Barcelona taken by 
the Confederate Fleet and Army, October 20th, 1705. "Ye 
Land Forces under the command of ye Earl of Peterborough 
and Prince of Hesse-Darmstadt, and the Fleet under that of 
ye Admirals Shovel and Allemonde, Charles III., King of 
Spain, being present and assisting at the whole." 

771. An Engraving, " England's Glory." " The Spanish Galleons 
taken and destroyed in the West Indies by Commodore 
AVager, May 28th, 1708." 

772. An Engraving, "England's Glory." " Thoulon bombarded 
and the French magazines with eight men-of-war destroyed 
by the Confederate Fleet and Land forces, under the com- 
mand of Prince Eugene, the Duke of Savoy, Sir Cloudesley 
Shovel, etc., on the 21st August, 1707," 

773. An Engraving, " England's Glory." "The raising of ye siege 
of Gibraltar and destroying Mons'rs Panic's Squadron, by 
Sir John Leake, March 20th', 1704-5." 


774. An Engraving, "England's Glory." "The engagement of 
the Confederate Fleet, under Sir George Rook, Sir 
Cloudesley Shovel, Sir John Leake, and the Dutch Admiral 
Calleuburge and Vanderdusson, and that of the French, under 
their High Admiral, the Count de Toulouse, etc.. on the 
13th August, 1704, off Malaga. 

775. An Engraving, "England's Glory." "The Great Storm, Nov. 
26th, 1703." 

776. An Engraving, " Sir Cloudesley Shovel in the 'Association ' 
with the 'Eagle,' 'Rumny' and the 'Firebrand,' lost off 
the rocks of Scilly, October 22nd, 1707." 

777. An Engraving, "The burning of ye Spanish Galleons, and 
Flota, and ye French men-of-war, under Monsr. Chateau 
Renard, at Vigo, by ye Confederate Fleet and Land Forces, 
under ye Duke of Ormond, Sir George Rook, Admiral 
Allemonde, etc., on the twelfth of October, 1702." 

778-779. Small War Hatchet, consisting of a Flint Head 
with a stick inserted through a hole. South Australia. 
Given by Sir John Barrow, F.R.G.S. 

780-783. Small War Hatchet, consisting of a Flint Head 
attached to a wooden handle by means of cement. South 
Australia. Given by Sir John Barrow, F.E.G.S. 

784-785. Small War Hatchet, consisting of a large flint 
sharpened, with a cane handle bent round it. Given by 
Sir John Barrow, F.B.G.S. 

786. A Carved Stick with human hair. Marquesas Islands. 

787. Small Rude Wooden Club with heavy head. South 

788. Small Rude Wooden Club with heavy head. Sandwich 

789-793. Knives, consisting of wooden handles, cemented to 
sharpened flints which form the blades. South Australia. 
Given by Sir George Arthur, Bart. 

794-. War Trumpet made from a human bone (tibia). Sandwich 

795. War Trumpet made from a shell, with cemented mouthpiece, 
strengthened by human hair. Sandwich Islands. 

796-797. Mats of Armour, consisting of hogs' teeth, lashed 
together with human hair. Sandwich Islands. Given by 
Mrs. Darling. 

798-799. A Double-edged Knife of wood and sharks' teeth. 
Sandwich Islands. 

8OO. An Anklet of hogs' tusks. Sandwich Islands. 
SOI, A Bracelet of hogs' tusks. Sandwich Islands. 


8O2. A " Fire Carriage." A machine composed of a number 
of muskets to fire simultaneously. It was worked by two 
men and was frequently used in the 18th century. A 
patent for a similar weapon was granted to William Drum- 
mond in 1624, but the machine was not used to any extent 
until some years later. The machine is a muzzle-loading 
flint-lock weapon, and is charged by means of the steel lode 
in the barrels, the travelling brass-plate acting as a gauge 
for guiding the rods. The weapon could be recharged when 
fired in about_ four minutes. Tne Mitrailleuse differed from 
the weapon, inasmuch that it had a breach action, but in 
other respects it was similar. It was introduced in about 
1866. Given by H.M. King Edward VII. 

803. A Portrait in crayons of Commander Bird Allen, R.N., 
drawn in 1844 by Samuel Lawrence. Given by J. Allen, 

8O4. Two Bats (polo sticks) and Ball, used by the 

Manipoors in a game resembling the English game of 
hockey, but played on horse back. Given in 1845 by Major 
J. G. Burns, Bengal Artillery. 

8O5. Portion of the Head of a Flint Hammer and 

Marling Spike, also Four Nails used by the Mutineers of 
H.M.S. "Bounty" on Pitcairn Island, in 1789. Given by 
Captain E. F. A. Gaunt, C.M.G., E.N. 

806. A Painting in water-colours, by William Heath, of the 5th 
Princess Charlotte of Wales's Dragoon Guards. Officer in 
Review G'rder, 1826. Given by Major E. S. Jackson. 

8O7. A Case containing 45 Vernon Medals. Given by Lieutenant 
G. P. Wilson, late Indian Navy. 

8O8. Model of one of the Gunboats comprised in the fleet of the 
Emperor Napoleon I. for the invasion of England. In 
1804 there wer& assembled at Boulogne 160,UOO men and 
10,000 horses together with a flotilla of 1,30U vessels, carry- 
ing 17,000 hands. 

The Model shows the construction of the Gunboats. The 
long slide running fore and aft is employed for working 
the Gun at either end of the boat ; the centre portion of it 
is removable and allows the gun to sink below the gunwale 
and act as ballast when not in use. The locker nearest 
the visitor is for cartridges, the further one being for 
provisions. The supply of shot is carried on either side of 
the keel, thus acting as ballast. The muskets are stowed 
round the boat under the gunwale, being protected from 
the wet by canvas. 

811. An Aquatint Engraving, by J. Hill, after J. A. Atkinson, 
" Artillery Train," 1810. 

812. An Aquatint Engraving, by J. Hill, after J. A. Atkinson, 
"Halt of Troops," 1808. 


813. A Mezzotint Engraving of the Marquis of Anglesey, 
Colonel, 7th Hussars. 

814. A Portrait in oils, by W. C. Hoisley. Colonel Artists V.R.C., of 
Colonel Lonsdale A. Hale ; late R.E Chairman of the 
Journal and Library Committee of the Royal United Service 
Institution. Given by the Home District Military Society. 

815. A Coloured Print by Dighton, dated 1805, of two Officers of 
the Royal Horse Guards. Given by Major E. S. Jackson. 

816. A Pencil Drawing, " Dandy Midshipman, 1819," by the late 
Rear-Admiral W. H. Smyth, F.R.S. Given by Colonel H. 
Breton, late R.E. 

817. -A Set of 12 Line Engravings, being historical views of 

the glorious expedition of His .Britannic Majesty's Ships 
and Forces against the " Hayannah," under the command 
of Sir George Pocock, the Right Honble. Lord Albemarle, 
and Rear-Admiral Keppel, in 1762. After drawings taken 
on the spot by an Officer of His Majesty's Navy. 

818. -A French Engraving of the Battle of Navarino, October 
20th, 1827. 

819. -A Mezzotint Engraving, "A Splendid Record of British 

Bravery," displaying the French ships of the line, " Le 
Juste" and " L' America," taken on the 1st June, 1794, 
as they appeared when entering Portsmouth Harbour. 

820. A Facsimile of the Warrant for the execution of King 
Charles I. 

821. A Print in colours, being a view of the island of Banda Neira 
captured by a force landed from a squadron under the 
command of Captain Cole on August 9th, 1810. Taken 
from a sketch by Captain Cole. 

822. An Engraving, dated 1848, of a Spanish Man-of-War of 74 
Guns, taken by H.M.S. " Russel." 

823. An Engraving, dated 1748, of a French Man-of-War of 74 guns 
taken on Cttober 14th, 1747, by the British Fleet under the 
command of Sir Edward Hawke. K.B., Rear-Admiral of the 

824. An Engraving, dated 1748, of a French Man-of-War taken 
on 3rd May, 1747, by the British Fleet under the command 
of Lord Anson, Admiral of the Blue. 

825. A Coloured Portrait of James Thomas, K.C.B., 7th Earl 
of Cardigan, Colonel llth Prince Albert's Own Hussars, 
commanded the Light Cavalry Brigade at the Battle or 
BaLaklava. Given by Captain W. A. Tollemache. 


826. Gold Medal granted for the capture of Seringapatam on the 
4th May, 1799, and awarded to Major Lang, commanding 
2nd Division, 2nd Regiment of European Infantry. The 
siege lasted from April 4th to May 4th. 1799, the British 
being commanded by General Harris, General Baird, anc 
Colonel Wellesliey. Tippoo Sahib, who commanded the 
Mysoris, was killed. Bequeathed by Mrs. C. M. Colls. 

827. The DreSS worn by Tippoo Sahib, Sultan of Mysore, 
during the Siege of Seringapatam, in 1799. It is thickly 
padded with leather, and the head-dresis, which has the 
appearance of green velvet, is in reality a very effective 
helmet. ?> en by the Bight HonUe. W. E. Gladstone, M.P. 

828. Model of H.M.Y. "Victoria and Albert," wooden paddle yacht, 

designed for H.M. Queen. Victoria in 1842. Length, 200 
feet; extreme breadth, 33 feet; tonnage, 1,034; horse- 
power, 430. Her Majesty made her first trip in her in 
1843. She was renamed the " Osborne " in 1854 and 
removed from the List of the Royal Navy in 1868. Given 
by Lady Symonds. 

829. Model of the Spanish armoured cruiser, " Infanta Maria Teresa," 

7,000 tons, speed 20 knots, built in 1891 at a cost of six 
hundred thousand pounds. She served in the war between 
Spain and the United States, and was the flag-ship of 
Admiral Cervera in the Battle off Santiago de Cuba. On 
July 3rd, 1898, the Spanish Squadron was. destroyed by the 
United States fleet under Admiral W. T. Simpson. Within 
three-quarters of an hour of her leaving the harbou* 1 the 
"Infanta Maria Teresa," after being struck 29 times, and 
set on fire, gave up the fight and was run on the beach at 
Nima, six and a-half miles from Santiago harbour ; she was 
afterwards refloated by the Americans, but on her passage 
to New York was fotind to be leaking so badly that she had 
to be again run ashore, and now lies a complete wreck on 
one of the Bahama Islands. 

830. A French Soldier's Small-Book, picked up on the 
Battle-field of Waterloo. Given by Lieut. -Colonel Ralph 

831. Visitors' Signature Book for 1836 and 1837, to the Tomb 
of the Emperor Napoleon I. at St. Helena. 

832. A Print in colours of an Officer of the Scinde Irregular Horse 
(Jacob's Horse), published by Ackermann, 1846. 

833. A Print in colours. "The Highlanders," published in 1846. 
Given by Colonel J. A. Man Stuart, C.S., C.M.G. 

834. A Frame containing four engravings, depicting the various 
European methods of fencing. 

835 Geographical Plan of the island and forts of St. Helena, 
by Lieutenant R. P. Read. Published 1815. 


836. A Drawing in sepia of "The Burning of the Town of Payta, 
on the Coast of Peru in the South Sea, by Commodore 
George Anson, Esq., and the sinking of the enemy's vessels, 
November 13th, 1741. 

837. A Painting in water-colours of Her Majesty's Ship, "Charles 
Galley," commanded by Captain Joseph Tayler, engaged 
with four French Galleys in the calm off Nisa, from 7 in 
the morning until 10, the 28th of May, 1705. 

838. Bronze Medal of Saint Helena, presented by Napoleon I. to 
his companions in arms from 1792 to 1815. dated 5th May, 
1821. Napoleon III., when he visited England in 1853, 
gave this medal to the then survivors of the St. Helena 
Garrison, who were quartered in the Island during the 
period of the incarceration of Napoleon I. Given by B. E. 
Sargeaunt, Esq., Assistant Curator of the Museum. 

839. Bronze Medal for the Battle of Dunbar, 1650. This medal 
was struck by order of Parliament, to commemorate the 
victory over the Scots at Dunbar, where Oliver CromweU 
commanded in person. It was issued in gold, silver, and 
bronze, as a decoration for both officers and men. 
Obverse : A bust of Cromwell in armour ; in the back- 
ground is the battle : " The Lord of Hosts, word at Dunbar 
Septem. y. 3, 1650"; on the arm, " Tho. Simon fe." 
Reverse: The House of Parliament assembled; oval.-- 
Given by Miss Emma Hall. 

84O. Bronze Medal of Kine George II. to commemorate the 
victories of his Reign. Given by W. Silts, Esq. 

841. ShOUlder-Belt-Plate of the 9th or East Norfolk Regiment 
of Foot. Given by Lieut. -Colonel A. Leetham, Curator of 
the Museum. 

842. Shoulder-Belt-Plate of the 18th Eoyal Irish Regiment of 
Foot. Given by Lieut. -Colonel A. Leetham, Curator of 
the Museum. 

843. Helmet with gilt ornaments of the North Shropshire Yeomanry 
Cavalry, 1814-55. Given by Messrs. C. & P. Bartlett. 

844. Uniform Coattee, girdle, and silver epaulettes of the North 
Shropshire Yeomanry. Given by Messrs. C. & P. Bartlett. 

845. Helmet Plate, pouch ornament, and silver scales of the 
North Shropshire Yeomanry, 1855-72. Given by Messrs. 
C. & P. Bartlett. 

846. ShOUlder-Belt-Plate of the 57th Regiment of Foot. Given 
by Lieut. -Colonel A. Leetham, Curator of the Museum. 

847. Instrument used in the Army for branding deserters with the 
letter " D." It belonged to the 95th foot. 


848. Crimson Silk Sash, which was worn by Lieut. -General Sir 
John Moore at the Battle of Coruiia, and is stained with his 
life-blood. It was taken from his body by his A.D.C., 
Sir George T. Napier, and used by him in lowering the 
body into the grave, and the inscription on the sash is in 
his hand-writing. Bequeathed by General W. C E. 

849. Shoulder-Belt-Plate of the Royal Artillery. Giten by 
Lieut. -Colonel A. Leetham, Curator of the Museum. 

85O. Officers' Belt-Buckle, 30th Foot. Glren by Lievt.- Colonel 
N. Sannatyne. 

851. Silver Medal struck to commemorate the sailing of Captain 

James Cook's Expedition to circumnavigate the world. 
Dated 1772. Given by Lieutenant C. P. Wilson, late Indian 

852. Silver Medal struck by the Royal Society to commemorate 

Captain James Cook's Voyages. Given by Lieutenant C. P. 
Wilson, late Indian Navy. 

853. -Shoulder-Belt-Plate of the 92nd Highlanders. Given by 

Lieut. -Colonel A. Leetham, Curator of the Museum. 

854. Four Specimens of Dollar Bills used by the Southern 
Army during the American Civil War, and dated 1864. 
Given by Captain M. Hancock. 

855. A Pass issued to Lieutenant J. "Whitley. 9th Foot, when a French 
Prisoner of War at Verdun. Dated *30th December, 1812. 

856. A Miniature Portrait of Rear-Admiral Sir John Franklin, 
painted by Drummond. Given by B. Harcourt, Esq. 

857. A Series Of Prints in colours, by K. Simkin, 1881, depicting 
the various uniforms worn by the 26th (Cameronian) Regi- 
ment from 1742 to 1880. 

858. Print in colours, by Engelmann, "llth Light Dragoon, Stable 
Dress." Dated 1829. 

859. Print in colours, by C. Vernet. "An English Hussar," 1810. 

860. Print in colours, by J. Grant, dated 1845, "Rocket Practice in the 

861. Print in colours, by J. Grant, dated 1844, "Royal Artillery 
Repository Exercises." 

862. -Print in colours, by Engelmann, dated 1830, "Tenth Royal 
Hussars, Private, Winter Dress." 

863. Print in colours by W. Spooner, dated 1832, " Officer 2nd Royal 
North British Dragoons." 

864. Print in colours, by R. Ackermann, la^G. '-Officer 4th Queen's 
"Own Light Dragoons." 


865. Print in colours, by R. Ackermann, 1836, "Officer 4th Royal 
Irish Dragoon Guards." 

866. Four Prints designed by Captain R. H.King, R.N., representing 
the action between H.M.8. " Shannon " and the American 
frigate, " Chesapeake," on June 1st, 1813. 

867. A Proof Engraving:, by F. C. Lewis, of "The Installation 
on the Musnud of His Highness the Nabob of the Carnatic, 
1842." Given by Major-General -C. Moorsom. 

868. A Proof Engraving, by F. C. Lewis, of "The Nautch or 
Entertainment, given by the Rajah Chundoo Lai to 
General J. S. Eraser, Resident at the Court of Hyderabad 
in the Year 1841." Given by Major-General C. Moorsom. 

869. -Signal Book, date 1793, formerly the property of Admiral Sir 
George Grey, who was Signal-Lieutenant on board H.M.S. 
"Victory," and was probably used at the Battle of St. 
Vincent. -Given by F. G. Enys, Esq. 

87O. Full Dress Coattee and epaulettes, coattee and sash of the 
Royal Cheshire Militia. Date about 1804. Given by 
Major H. W. M. Parker. 

871. Two Chinese Guns taken at Fusan, 5th July. 1840. Gire/t 
by J. Frith, Esq. 

875. Six-pounder Russian Gun taken at Sebastopol, Sep- 
tember, 1855. Given by 'the Secretary of State for War. 

876-7. Burmese Guns. Giren by the Government of India. 

878. Anchor recovered from the wreck off the Coast of Donegal of 
one of the ships of the Spanish Armada. Given by Captain 
E. Ommanny, R.N. 

879-88O. Shoulder-Belt Plates of the 32nd and 85th Regi- 
ments. Given by Lieut. -Colonel A. Leetham, Curator of 
the Museum. 

881. A French Military Officers Gorget of the period of 
the First Republic. ^Given by Lieut .-Colonel A. Leetham, 
Curator of the Museum. 

882-3. Shoulder-Belt-Plates of the 73rd and 74th Foot. Given 
by Lieut. -Colonel A. Leetham, Curator of the Museum. 

884. Bronze Medal struck to commemorate the Light Division 
Centenary, 1808-1908. Given by Colonel E. Villiers, A.D.C. 

885. Coatteet Sergeant's Sash and Fife, of the Lough borough Volun- 
teers, 1803-1809. In the latter year the Regiment became 
the Third Regiment of Leicestershire Local Militia. Given 
by F. H. Matthews, Esq. 

886. A Collection of Cap-Badges worn by the rank and file 
of British Line Regiments, prior to 1881, in which year the 
Regimental Number was abolished. Given by Lieut. -Colonel 
A. Leetham, Curator of the Museum. 


887. Sabretasche of the llth Hussars. Given by Colonel Hon. 
0. V. G. A. Lumley. 

888. The British Naval Uniform worn by his late 
Majesty King Oscar Of Sweden, who was created an 
Admiral in the British Navy by King Edward VII. on 
the 15th June, 1905, and who died on the 8th December, 
1907. Given by His Majesty the King of Sweden. 

889. Piece Of Plate given to Lieu tenant-General Sir Hudson Lowe. 
G.C.M.G., K.C.B., on the 26th July, 1815. by the Munici- 
pal Council of Marseilles, as a token of their respect for 
his conduct in saving the city from pillage. 

Sir Hudson Lowe was born on the 28th July, 1769, and 
after a long military career, which included the custody 
of Napoleon at St. Helena, died at Charlotte Cottage, 
near Sloane Street, on January 10th, 1844. Bequeathed 
by Mrs. F. R. Waldo-Sibthorp. 

890. -The Decoration of a Companion of the Order of the Bath 

and two medals (one for the Punjab Campaign, the other 
for the Indian Mutiny) worn by Major-General E. W. 
H. de Lancy Lowe, C.B., who was the youngest son of 
Lieutfenant-General Sir Hudson Lowe, being born in St. 
Helena on the 8th February, 1820. Bequeathed by Mrs. 
F. B. Waldo-Sibthorp. 

891. -A Turkish Sabre, with gold hilt and handsomely gilt 

scabbard, given by the Administrative Council of Santa 
Maura in February, 1818, to Lieutenant-General Sir 
Hudson Lowe, as a testimonial of their regard for his 
services during the time that he had carried out the 
government of that place, more especially for the arduous 
and important civil duties which had been discharged 
by him in the Ionian Islands during the years immediately 
preceding 1812, when he returned to England, having 
attained the rank of Colonel in January of that year. 
Bequeathed by Mrs. F. It. Waldo-Sibthorp. 

892. A Coloured Print, published by Richard Dighton in May, 
1817, "A View from Knightsbridge Barracks." The 
Officer represented is Captain Horace Seymour, of the 
1st Life Guards, who had been present at the Battle of 
Waterloo. Given by Captain A. W. a'Beckett. 

893. Forty-eight Paintings in water-colours, showing the various 
types of dress of Officers of the British Army in the year 
1886. Given by Captain A. W. a'Bcckett. 

894. Two Paintings in water-colours, by Thomas G. Button, of 
H.M. frigate " Vernon," 50 guns, 'ihe "Vernon" was 
built in the year 1832 at Woolwich on the design of 
Captain Sir William Symonds, Kt., R.N., Surveyor of 
the Navy. She possessed a length of 176 feet, with a 
beam of 52 feet 8 inches, and her tonnage was 2,082. 
During recent years she was employed as a torpedo schoo'- 
ship at Portsmouth until 1886, when she was succeeded 
by the "Donegal" (re-named "Vernon"). 


Thomas Dutton was a painter of some eminence, and he 
exhibited many pictures in public between the years 1858 
and 1879. A large picture from his brush of the Battle 
of Trafalgar is also in the Museum. Purchased. 

895. A large Coloured Plan of the taking of Quebec. (Con- 

896. A Print in colours of the Second Regiment of the Royal East 
India Volunteers receiving Colours at Lords Cricket 
Ground on 27th of July, 1797. 

897. Cap Badge of the 23rd Regiment, as wern by the rank and file 
prior to 1881. Given by Major S. Willcock. 

898. Cap Badge of the 43rd Light Infantry, as worn by the rank 
and file prior to the year 1881. Given by Colonel P. T. 

899. Small Enamel Patch Box, bearing on the lid a design of 
some ships encircled with " Success to Admiral Duncan's 

900. A Painting in oils of an East Indiaman coming into port ; date 
about 1750. Giren by O. Chadicick, Esq., C.M.G., late 

901. - India-rubber Stamp, which formerly belonged to the 

Orange Free State Government. Given by K. Campbell- 
Lester, Esq. 

902. -Cap Badge of the 65th Regiment, as worn by the Rank and 

File prior to the year 1881. Given by Major E. C. Brough- 

903. Contemporary Model of a French Man-of-War of 84 
guns, of the latter portion of the 18th century. The 
hull of the model, together with the masts and yards, is 
made of bone, and was the wcirk of French Prisoners of 
War. The rigging was executed by Mr. John Smith (late 
Petty Officer, 1st Class R.N.) of the Museum Staff in 1908. 
Given by Mrs. Brumel. 

904. A Coloured Print, entitled "A View of the British Army," 
dated 1803, being indicative of the costumes of the various 
Regiments at that date. Given by Sir Guy Fleetwood- 
Wilson, K.C.B. 

905-7. Three Coloured Prints in caricature, by R. Dighton, 
published between 1818 and 1821 of the Duke of Welling- 
ton, Ixwd Lake, and Genera! Sir Robert Wilson. 

9O8-9. Two Oil Pictures by George Baxter, published in 1854, of 
"Review of the British Fleet at Portsmouth " and 
"Charge of British Troops at Chobham Camp." 


*91O. A Bronze Circular Box, bearing Lord Nelson's portrait on 
the lid, with inscription, " England's Admiral Nelson, 
Duke of Bronte," also " Hor. Vice-Corn. Nelson ob patriam 
pwgnando mort. Oct. xxi., MDCCCV." On the base of 
the box a figure, ships in the distance, with inscription, 
"Record of Naval Valour Every man has done his duty," 
also " ipse belli fulmen." The contents of the box are 
twelve finely-executed prints in colour, by .bidwarl Orme, 
being Lord Rodney's victory, 1782; Lord Howe's victory, 
1784; Lord Nelson boarding the "San Joseph," 1797; 
Lord Duncan's victory, 1797; Battle of the Nile, 1798; 
victory at Copenhagen, 1801 ; Nelson at Trafalgar, 1805 ; 
Sir R. Strachan's victory, 1805 ; The boarding of the 
"Chesapeake," 1813; Bonaparte' on the "Northumberland," 
1815 ; the Bombardment of Algiers, 1816 ; Slaves delivered 
at Algiers. 

The box with its contents was originally the property 
of the 1st Earl of Liverpool, who was Prime Minister in 
1812. Given by C. W. Everard, Esq. 

10OO. Malay Spear, with spade shaped head and steel shoe- 
1OO1. Single-barbed Borneo Spear. 

1OO2-1OO3. War Club, with heavy and highly decorated end. 
Marquesas Islands. 

1OO4. A Long, Broad Canoe Paddle, with serrated edge. 
Hervey Islands. 

1OO5-1OO8. A Long, Narrow Canoe Paddle, with serrated 
edge. Hervey Islands. 

1OO9. Circular War Club, with heavy spiked head. New 

1O1O. War Club, with square end. Friendly Islands. 

1O11. War Club, with broad end. Fiji Islands. 

1012. Carved War Club, with broad, flat end. Friendly Islands. 

1O13 Small War Club. Fiji Islands. 

1O14. War Club, with serrated head. Friendly Islands. 

1015. War Club, carved throughout, with square, flat end. 
Friendly Islands. 

1016. War Club, with serrated head. Friendly Islands. 
1O17. War Club, with carved head. Friendly Islands. 
1018. War Club, carved throughout, flat end. Friendly Islands. 

Given by H.M. King Edward VII. 
1O19. War Club, with carved head and flat end. 
1O2O. Drum, from New Caledonia. 

1O21. A Carved, Large Canoe Paddle. Fiji Islands. 
1O22-1O23, Canoe Paddle, with carved blade. Fiji Islands. 

1O24. War Club, with serrated head. Friendly Islands. 

* There are at present no exhibits with numbers from 911 to 999. 


911. A Print of the Grand Keview which took place in Hyde Park, 
9th July, 1838. 

912. Five Specimens of Japanese paper money used during the 
War in Manchuria, 1905. Given by Colonel J. A. I, 
Haldune, C.B., D.S.O. 

913. A Manuscript Letter, dated Navy Office October 18th, 
1662 to Mr. Gregory Chatham, and signed by Samuel Pepys. 
and Mr. Peter Pett. Given by W. H. Judd, Esq. 

914. A Manuscript Letter, dated Navy Office April 7th, 1668, 
to Mr. Sheldon, and signed by Lord Anglesey. Mr. Samuel 
Pepys and others Given by W. H. Judd, Esq. 

915. A Warrant, dated Whitehall, June 2nd, 1661, signed by James 
Duke of York, High Admiral (James II.). Given by W. 
II. Judd, Esq. 

916. An Admiralty Order, dated oOth November, 1695, and 
signed by Sir Cloudesley Shovell and others. Given by 
W. H. Judd, Esq. 

917. A Genealogical Tree of British Naval Victorys, designed 

by H. Innes and engraved by James Egan. 

918. An Aquatint Engraving of ''The Bombardment and 
Capture of St. Jean D'Arc," dated 3rd November, 1840. 

919. A Frame containing two old line engravings, being portraits 
of Lord Nelson conspicuous for the fact that in the one 
the right arm is deficient and in the other the left. Given 
by Colonel Horace Montagu. 

92O- A Portrait in aquatint of Lord Nelson, together with repre- 
sentations of 26 ships taken in action by him between the 
years 1793 and 1801. Also four smaller aquatints depicting 
the battle- off Genoa, the battle of Cape St. Vincent, the 
battle at the Nile, and the battle of Copenhagen, dated 1802. 
Given by Colonel Horace Montagu. 

921. A Painting on Silk, representing Lord Nelson's Coat of Arms, 
surrounded with the words " Tria juncta in uno," and 
surmounted by an Earl's Coronet. It was used as a 
banneret at his funeral. Given by Colonel Horace 

922. Three Aquatint Engravings of the Capture of Amoy, 
on the Coast of China, 26th August, 1841, by Her Majesty's 
Combined Forces under Vice-Admiral Sir "William Parker. 
K.C.B., and Lieut. -General Sir Hugh Gough. Published bv 
Ackermann, 1842. 

923. A Proof Aquatint Engraving of the Shrining of 
Chusan Heights on the Coast of China, 1st October. 1P41. 


924. Ten Paintings in water-colours depicting the Costume of 
the 13th Hussars from 1715 to 1886. Given by Lieut. - 
Colonel A. Leetham. 

925. A Line Engraving, by James Basira, of the picture at 
Windsor Castle of " The Embarkation of King Henry 
VIII. at Dover, 31st May 152'0, preparatory to his inter- 
view with the French King Francis I." 

926. An Aquatint Engraving, by J. Jeakes, and published 
by E. Orme, 1803, of St. John of Acre defended by the 
English, 2nd May, 1799. 

927. -An Aquatint Engraving, by J. Jeakes, and published 
by E. Orme, 1803. H.M. frigate " Diamond," commanded 
by Sir Sidney Smith, K.S., being ola a cruise off Cape 
La Heve. It being thought practicable to cut out a French 
lugger of 12 guns, " Le Vengeur " laying in the inner road 
of Havre de Grace, the following force was detached for 
that purpose on 18th April, 1796, viz., 5 boats with one 
18 Ib. carronade, manned by 32 men, commanded by Sir 
Sidney Smith and the following Officers : Knight, Acting 
Lieutenant; Goodall, Mate; I. W. Wright, Boxer, Carrol, 
Morris, Beecroft, Coulson, and Harvey, Midshipmen. The 
lugger was boarded and carried before daybreak, but the 
cable being cut by one of the prisoners below, the prize 
was swept so rapidly by the flood tide into the River 
Seine that it became necessary to anchor. In this situation 
there came out against them from Havre another lugger, 
" Le Renai'd," of 16 guns and 80 men, supported by 3 gun- 
boats, carrying each a 36 pounder, and having on board 
not less than 100 land troops, besides a number of 
small boats armed from the town. There Avas hardly time 
to put the 50 French prisoners into a boat and send them 
off on parole, before a desperate action ensued, which lasted 
three-quarters of an hour, when having lost Thomas 
Bradley, seaman, mortally wounded in the knee by grape- 
shot, besides whom Mr. Beecroft was wounded in the hip 
and lost two fingers, and William Gilchrist, lorkswain, 
received a musfcet ball through the calf of the leg. the main 
and fore masts wounded and the sails and rigging cut to 
pieces ; want of ammunition and the duty of husbanding the 
lives of his intrepid followers obliged Sir Sidney Smith to 
surrender. The prize was carried into Havre, and the 
officers and men confined as prisoners at that place, Rouen 
and Amiens, except Sir Sidney Smith and Mr. Wright, 
who were sent to Paris and there detained as State 
prisoners contrary to the laws of war, in the closest confine- 
ment for nineteen months, till they effected their escape. 

929. A Complete Collection of Officers' Buttons of the 

109 Infantry Regiments of the Line worn previous to 1881. 
In 1881 the regimental nnubers of Line Regiments were 
abolished. Given ?/ Lieut. -Colonel A. Lectham. 


93O. -A Medallion in Gold, with (Jreek inscription, presented 
to Sir Hudson Lowe by the inhabitants of Ithaca in 1SV2 
when he carried out the Government of that place. 
Bequeathed by Mrs. F. E. Waldo-Sibthorp. 

931. A Small Manuscript Book, by Le Marshal Ney, being 
a series of diagrams, together with descriptions and words 
of command for changing from Line formations into 
columns and echelon, and vice-versd.- Given by the Earl 
of Crawford, K.T. 

932. An Original Drawing of the Battle of Leitzingen, the 
translation of the inscription is: "By the Skilful leading 
of their Highnesses Prince Eugene and the Duke of Marl- 
borough, the Elector of Bavaria, was defeated by the 
Imperial Army at Leitzingen, the French Marshall Tallard 
captured, and his army defeated between Hochstatt (Blen- 
heim) and Blintheim, several thousands being killed and 
drowned in the Danube, while 13,000 prisoners were brought 
into the town, 14th August, 1704." 

933. - A Sepia Drawing, executed by J. AVaters in 1812, of the 

painting by F. Pocock of Lord Nelson's birthplace, "Burn- 
ham Thorpe Rectory, Norfolk." The picture was engraved 
by J. Landseer. Given by C. W. Event rd, Es(j 

934- Ring, taken from a dead Sepoy by an Offi^r of the Naval 
Brigade at the taking of Lucknow, togeth . with an ear- 
ring taken from the body of a Chinese lady who was killed 
during the siege of Canton. Given by C-">t<iin A. Foster. 

935. An Engraving, showing the funeral car of Field-Marshal 
the Duke of Wellington, K.G. Given by B. E. Sargeauni, 

936. -Shako Plate of the 33rd (Duke of Wellington's) Regiment. 

Given by Lieut. -Colonel J. C. Duke. 

937. Three Coloured Prints by R. Dighton, being representa- 
tations in caricature of " The Marquis of Hastings," 1804, 
"Sir David Dundas," 1810, and "The Military Carica- 
turist," 1799. 

938. Two Enlarged Photographs of Illustrations, by A. M. 
Mallett, 1685. of "Fire Pots and Fire Balls," and 
" Grenadier with Grenade." Given by Colonel H. It. H. 
Southam, V.D., late W. and E. Lanes. E.G. A. 

939. -A Sketch of the Battle of Preston Pans (September 21st, 
1745), drawn by Lieut. -General Jordan Ween, Colonel 41st 
Regiment of Foot, who was present as a Staff Officer at 
the battle, and died in 1784. Given by Major-General W. 
C. Fraser. 


940. Painting in Oils by M. Scurr, executed in 1837, of a Cutter 
under sail taking in her gatf topsail. Given by J. E. 
Jones, Esq. 

941. Painting in Oils, depicting a British Frigate, of about the 
year 1830, giving chase to a French brig. The frigate is 
taking in top-gallant-sails and has also lowered a lifeboat 
to save a man who has fallen overboard. Given by J. 
E. Jones, Esq. 

942. Model of the foremast of II. M.S. "Victory," made from the 
wood of the ship for \ 7 ice-Admiral John Drake, who was 
present as midshipman and master 's mate on board the 
" Defiance," both in Sir Robert Calder's action (22nd July, 
1805), and at Trafalgar. He was subsequently at the Battle 
of Navarino as First-Lieutenant ol the " Albion," and 
was rewarded for his services by a Commander's Commis- 
sion dated 22nd October, 1827. He was promoted Captain 
in March, 1835, Rear-Admiral in February, 1857, and Vice- 
Admiral in September, 1863, in which year he died. The 
model having passed to his son, came subsequently into the 
possession of the donor as the next representative. Gicen 
by John Sargeaunt, Esq. 

943. A Water-colour Sketch, by Sir J. A. Crowe, depicting 
Russian prisoners taken by the Turkish troops in the 
Crimea, 1854. Sketched for the Illustrated London News. 
Given by W. Crowe, Esq. 

944. - A Water-colour Sketch, by Sir J. A. Crowe, showing the 

landing of Turkish troops in the Crimea, 7th July, 1854. 
Sketched for the Illustrated London Neivs. Given by W. 
Crowe, Esq. 

945. Badge awarded by the Militia Rifle Association to the Militia 
Eight. Given by The Militia Rifle Association. 

946. Feather Bonnet as worn by the Seaforth Highlanders. 
Given by Mrs. H. M. McCance. 

947. Helmet Plate, Royal Military College, Sandhurst. Given 
by Mrs. H. M. McCance. 

948. An unfinished Sketch, by Sir J. A. Crowe. "Interior of 
the Malakop," 9th September, 1855. Painted for The 
Illustrated London News. Given by W. Crowe, Esq. 

949. Helmet Plate, f>th Bn. (Militia) Rifle Brigade, worn in 1884-f). 
Given by Colonel G. S. Maxwell. 



950. Ten Commissions, ranging from Ensign to Deputy- 
Adjutant-General and bearing the signature, amongst 
others, of the Duke of Marlborough, and of Sir Adam 
Williamson, K.B. Given by Itichard Jones, Esq. 

951. Nine Commissions, ranging from Major to Lieutenant- 
General, and bearing the signatures, amongst others, of 
the Duke of Marlborongh, the Marquis of Granby, and 
Lord Ligonier, of George Williamson, R.A. Given by 
Itichard Jones, ESQ. 

952. Portrait of Lieut.-General Sir Charles Napier, G.C.B., by an 

Officer on his Staff. About 1843. Given by Lieut. -Colonel 
Sir G. J. Campbell, Et., late E.R.E.C. 

953. Plan of the Town and Fortifications of Gibraltar, dated 1738. 

954. Commission, dated 27th August, 1803, appointing John 
Elliot, Esq., Lieut. -Colonel Commandant, Westminster 
Volunteer Cavalry, signed by King George III. 

955.- Commission, dated 5th March, 1707, and signed by Queen 
Anne, appointing William Ince, Esq., a Captain in Lord 
Viscount Montjoy's Regiment of Foot. 

956. Seven Engravings, "England's Glory." published by W. 
Raynor in 1736, illustrative of the following battles: 
Chiari (1st September, 1701); Luzzara (15th August, 1702); 
Blenheim (13th August, 1704) ; Turin (7th September, 1706) ; 
Oudenarde (llth June, 1708); Malplaquet (llth September, 
1709); Belgrade (16th August, 1717). 

957. An Engraving by S. W. Reynolds, after D. Wolstenholme 

published by Colnaghi in 1806, representing Mr. John 
Goldham, Field-Adjutant of the London Volunteer Cavalry, 
executing the six divisions of the Austrian broad-sword 
exercise at speed, with a sabre in each hand and with the 
utmost effect and precision. 

958. Letter, dated Lisburne, 6th March, 1689, asking for additional 
guns for his army, and signed by Marshal Schomberg. 

959.- Militia Certificate, dated 1826, for balloted men who 
provide substitutes. 

962. Autograph Letter of Brigadier-general John .Nicholson, 
dated 13th July, 1857. The letter refers to the attack on 
a party of rebels at Trimmu Ghaut, of whom over 300 were 
killed and wounded. General Nicholson died 23rd Sep- 
tember, 1857. 


963. Two Engravings printed in Colours of the "Surrender of 
Seringapatam, 6th April, 1799," printed at Augsburg. 

964-. Three Frames, containing a series of Panoramic sketches 
in colour depicting Bengal Troops on the line of march, b.y 
an Officer of that army (Captain L. A. Layuard, 12th 
Bengal Infantry). The date is about 1800. Also in frame 
u description of the above. 

965. Curious Print on silk, showing the i*]an of the Batt'efield 
of Waterloo and incidents in the battle. 

966, Portion of a left-hand gauntlet of the ICth century. 

967.- Sword, presented by the Patriotic Fund at Lloyds to Lieutenant 
Geo. Pigot, R.N., of H.M.S. "Cambrian," for his gallant 
conduct in boarding and carrying with the boats of that 
ship the Spanish privateer " Maria," of 14 guns and 
60 men, as recorded in the London Gazette of the 21st 
September, 1805. Given by E. C. Ball, Esq. 

968. Shoulder-belt Plate of the Imokilly Cavalry. This Corps 
of Yeomanry were raised in Co. Cork, in October, 1796, 
and commanded by Captain Commandant Viscount Boyle. 

969. A Proof" Copy of Sketches of the Field- Marshal Bliicher, 
taken from life by F. Rehbery, 12th June, 1814. Given by 
E. C. Ball, Esq. 

970. Contemporary Printed Letter, dated " Victory," August 
1st, 1804, from Lord Nelson to the Lord Mayor. Given by 
E. C. Sail, Esq. 

971. A Line Engraving of "Scotland Yard, with part of the 
Banquetting House," dated 1777, by E. Hooker, after 
Paul Sandby, published by John Boydell. 

972. A Line Engraving, "The Horse Guards," dated 1777, by 
E. Rooker, after M. A. Rooker, published by John Boydell. 

973. -An Aquatint Engraving, " South West view of the Old 
Horse Guards," from a drawing by Canaletti. engraved 
by W. M. Fellows, and published in 1809 by J. T. Smith. 

974. A Print in Colours by C. Moody, after Beirington, of "The 
Board of Trade, as it appeared in 1814." 

975. A Print in Colours, "Whitehall Yard from the street opposite 
to Horse Guards," showing the former ouilding of the 
Royal United Service Institution. 


976. A Sepia. Drawing, executed in 1648, of Ben bow Place, 
Salop, the birth-place of Admiral Benbovv. 

977. -A Bronze Plaque Relief of Napoleon Bonapaite, by 

978. A Bronze Plaque Relief of Admiral Sir Sydney Smith, 
by David. 

979. -Shako, with plume, worn by Officers of the 62nd Regiment, 

now the Wiltshire Regiment, between the years 1830 and 

980. - Helmet, worn by the Officers of the 2nd Dragoon Guards 

(Queen's Bays), from 1830 to 1846. 

981. A Lithograph in Colour of Lady Jane Dimdas presenting 
Colours to the 3rd Regiment of Royal East India Volunteers 
on 29th June, 1799. 

982. -Shoulder-belt Plate of the 27th Royal Inniskillen Fusi- 
liers. Given by Lieut. -Colonel A. Le(tham 

983. Shoulder-belt Plate of the 25th. The King's Own Borderers. 
Given by Lieut. -Colonel A. Lectluiin. 

984. -Shoulder-belt Plate of the East Kent Militia and Two 
Coattee Buttons. Given by Colonel Sir li. C Perrott. 
Bart., C.B. 

985. Shako Plate and Two Embroidered Cap Badges of the East 

Kent Militia. Given by Colonel Sir II. C. Perrott. Bart.. 

986. Shoulder-belt Plate of the Royal Manx Fencibles, found 
behind the rafters of a cow-shed in the Isle of Man. The 
Corps served in Ireland during the rebellion of 1798. 
Given by H. E. Colonel Lord Raglan, C.B., Governor of 
the Isle of Man. 

987. Ashanti Drum, taken from the Fncrifice Palace of King 
Prempeh, 21st January, 1896. Given by Walter L. Nickel, 

988. Regulation Bayonet, 1907 pattern. Giren by the Secre- 

tary of State for War. 

99O. Spetum of the time of Henry VII. Transferred from the 
Tower of London. 

991. Thirty-five Buttons of Militia Regiments used previci s 
to 1881. Given by Lieut. -Colonel E. A. Well) 


992. Officer's Helmet Plate, Belt, Buckle, Cap Badge and 
Button of the late Royal Engineers Militia. Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel A. Leetham. 

993. Busby Grenade of the 101st Royal Bengal Fusiliers, worn 
previous to 1881. Given by Corporal T. Simpson, The 
Black Watch. 

994. Gurkha Kukree, with engraved metal handle -Given by 

Lieut.- General H. D. Hutchinson, C.S.I. 

995. -A Curiously Painted Shield, picked up by 
the donor on the Battlefield of Goojerat, 21st February, 
1849. Given by Lieut. -Colonel W. Dickinson, C.&I. 

996. A Kaffir Witch-Doctor's Apron, S. Africa. Given by 
Lieut. G. D. Warren, R.N.R. 

997. Turkish Yataghan, with engraved metal handle. - Gi>\ n 
by John Sargeaunt, Esq. 

998.-King's Colour of the 109th Regiment (now the 2nd Butt, 
of the Leinster Regiment). It forms one of the pair which 
was presented to the Regiment at Aden, on the 23rd 
January, 1866, by Mrs. Raines, wife of General Raines, 
C.B., commanding the Garrison. They were the first Colours 
presented to the Regiment as a British Regiment, it having 
been before that time the Third Bombay European Regi- 
ment. The Colours were used until 2nd April, 1906, when 
they were replaced by a new pair at Mauritius, the 
presentation being made by the Governor of the Island, 
Sir Cavendish Boyle, K.C.M.G. Given, by Lieut. -Col on el 
C. S. ~B. Evans-Lombe and the Officers, 2nd Battalion 
Leinster Regiment. 

999. Rcpci mental Colour of the above-mentioned pair. - Given 
as above. 


1O25. Long War Club, with spiked circular head. New Caledonia. 
1026-1O27. War Club, pick-shaped. New Caledonia. 
1028-1029. War Club, with circular head. New Caledonia. 
1O30-1O31. War Club, with knobbed head. \Vallis Island. 

1O32. War Club, with circular head, carved throughout. Friendly 

1O33 War Club. New Zealand. 

1O34. Short Canoe Paddle. Easter Island. 

1O35. Heavy War Club. Fiji Islands. 

1036. Canoe Paddle. New Caledonia. 

1037. Circular War Club, carved throughout. Hervey Islands. 

1O38. Wooden Club. British New Guinea. 

1O39. Small War Club. Solomon Islands. 

104O-1 041. Long Paddle. Easter Islands. 

1042. War Club. British New Guinea. 

1043. Small Wooden War Club. New Zealand. 

1044. -Canoe Paddle. Fiji Islands. 

1O45. Combined War Club and Paddle. St. Christopher's 

1046. Canoe Paddle, with carved blade. Fiji Islands. 
1O47. War Club, carved throughout. Friendly Islands. 
1O48. Canoe Paddle. St. Christopher's Island. 
1O49. Carved War Club. Friendly Islands. 
1O50. Knife-Shaped War Club. Friendly Islands. 
1O5I. Carved War Club, inlaid with Ivory. Friendly Islands. 

1O52. Wooden Spear, with sharks' teeth barbs. Kingsmill Islands. 
Given by -Sir Alexander Malet, Bart. 

1O53. A Three -pronged Spear, with sharks' teeth barbs. 
Kingsmill Islands. Given by Sir George Arthur, Bart. 

1054. Canoe Paddle, with serrated edge. Hervey Islands. 

1O55. Spear, with cross-piece of sharks' teeth for barbs. Kingsmill 

1056. Short Spear, with sharks' teeth barbs. Kingsmill Islands. 


1O57. -Short Wooden Sword, with sharks' teeth forming the 
edge of the blade. Kingsmill Islands. 

1058. War Club, with sharks' teeth edges. Kingsmill Islands. 

1O59. Spear, bifurcated, with sharks' teeth barbs, and handle wrapped 
with leaves. Kingsmill Islands. Given by Sir George 
Arthur, Bart. 

1O60. Stick, surrounded with sharks' teeth. Kingsmill Islands. 
Given by Sir George Arthur, Bart. 

1061-1062. Stick, edged with sharks' teeth. Kingsmill Islands. 
1O63. Handsomely Carved Paddle. Hervey Islands. 

1O64. Handsomely Carved Paddle. Sandwich Islands. 
Given by W. Hugging, Esq. 

1O65 Long Paddle, with serrated edge. Hervey Islands. 

1O66. Carved Paddle and Club Combined. Friendly 

1O67-1O68. Circular War Club, with carved handle Fiji 

1069. Paddle, with broad blade. Fiji Islands. 
107O. War Club, with heavy bifurcated head. Fiji Islands. 
1O71. -Light Carved Canoe Paddle. Hervey Islands. 
1O72. Combined Club and Paddle. Friendly Islands. 
1O73. Combined Club and Paddle. St. Christopher's Island. 
1O74. Circular Drum. Hawaii. Given by Lord Byron. 

1075. Wooden Spear, with carved head. Solomon Islands. 

1076. Bow and Arrows. Humbolts Bay. 
1O77. Two Javelins. Humbolts Bay. 

1O78. Wooden Spear, with sharks' teeth edge. Kingsmill Islands. 

1O79. Cane Shield. Solomon Islands. 

1O80. Borneo Shield, carved wood. 

1O81 -Wicker Shield. Solomon Islands. 

1O82. Canoe Paddle. Savage Islands. 

1083. Long Indian Lance, richly painted. 


1084-. A Portrait in oils of Admiral Sir Charles Napier, K.C.B. 

Sir Charles Napier was born on 6th March, 1786, the son 
of Captain the Honourable Charles Napier, R.N., of Mer- 
chistoun Hall, Stirling. He entered the Navy on the 1st 
November, 1799, as First-Class Volunteer on board the 
"Martin" sloop, and was soon transferred to the 
"Renown," flagship of Sir John Borlase Warren. As Com- 
mander of the "Recruit" brig he was wounded in action 
with the French corvette "Diligente," and he later dis- 
tinguished himself in the pursuit of three French ships, 
ending in the capture of the "Hautpoult," and was pro- 
moted to Captain in 1809. He served as % Volunteer with 
the Army in Portugal, and was present at the Battle of 
Busaoo. Napier commanded the "Euryalus" in the ex- 
pedition to Alexandria, in America, and at the destruc- 
tion of shipping in the Potomac in 1814. He subsequently 
entered the service of Don Pedro and established Donna 
Maria on the Throne of Portugal by his victory over the 
fleet of Don Miguel off Cape St. Vincent in 1833. He was 
Second-in-Command of the fleet, under Sir Robert Stopford, 
in the operations on the Coast of Syria in 1840, when he 
bombarded and stormed Sidon, and defeated a large force 
of Egyptians near Beyrout. Having taken part in the 
capture of St. Jean d'Acre, he commanded the Baltic 
Fleet in the war with Russia (1854-5). 

Napier was created a K.C.B. on the 4th December, 1840. 
He also wore the Cross of the Order of Maria Theresa of 
Austria, and the Cross of the Order of St. George of Russia, 
and the Insignia of the Second-class of the Order of the Red 
Eagle of Prussia. He died in 1860. (Purchased.) 

1O85-1O86. Flint-lock Pistol made by North, Southampton, date 
1820. Given by Captain W. Halpin. 

1O87. ^Breach-load ing Army Revolver (U.S. A.) Given 
by the Government of the United States. 

1O88. American Volcanic Repeating Pistol. -Given 
by E. Hazlewood, Esq. 

1089. Dutch Revolver. Given by the Minister of War. Holland. 

1090. Witten, Daw & Go's. Improved Revolver. Given 
by Witten, Daw and Co. 

1091. Collier's Flint Lock Revolver. 

1092. Revolving Pistol, first pattern made by Colonel S. Colt. 
Given by Colts Fire Arms Co. 

1O93. Colt's Breach-loading Army Revolver. Given by 
the Government of the United States. 

1O94. Colt's Six Chambered Revolver. Given by Colonel 
S. Colt. 

1O95. -Colt's Original Revolver. Given by Colonel C. Manby, 



1O96-1O98. Long Wooden Spear, with numerous wooden barbs. 
Fiji Islands. 

1O99-11OO. Spear with Four Prongs. Fiji Islands. 

11O1-11O3. Longf Wooden Spear, with numerous wooden barbs. 
Fiji Islands. 

1104-11O5. Long Canoe Paddle. Society Islands. 
11 06. Canoe Paddle. Marquesas Islands. 
11O7. Small War Club. Sandwich Islands. 
11O8-11O9. Canoe Paddle, Long. Marquesas Islands. 
111O-1111. Oanoe Paddle. New Zealand. 
1112-1113. Canoe Paddle. Marquesas Islands. 
1114. Four-sided War Club. British Guiana. 
1115-1116 War Club. Solomon Islands. 

1117. Suit Of Pikeman's Armour, late 17th century, consisting 
of casque, gorget, breastplate, backplate and gardes-reines 
Given by the Master General of the Ordnance. 

1118. -Suit Of Pikeman's Armour, late 1 7th century, consisting 
of casque, gorget, breastplate, backplate and gardes-reines. 

1119 Suit Of Maltese Armour, 16th century, consisting of 
morion, gorget, breastplate, backplate, and armpieces, from 
the Armoury of Candia. 

112O. Suit of Pikeman's Armour, early 17th century, consisting 

of casque, gorget, breastplate, backplate and gardes-reines. 

1121. Suit of Pikeman's Armour, late 17th century, consisting 

of casque, gorget, breastplate, backplate and gardes-reines 
(painted black). 

1122. Suit of Pikeman's Armour, late 17th century, consisting 
of casque, gorget, breastplate, backplate, and gardes-reines 
(painted biack). 

1123. Italian Cabasset, 16th century. 

1124. Morion, 16th century. 

1125. Italian Cabasset, handsomely engraved, 16th century. 

1126. Morion, 17th century. 

1127. Italian Cabasset, 17th century. 

1128. Morion, 17th century. 

1129-113O. Cabasset, 17th century. 


1131-1132. Casquet, late 17th century (painted.) 

1133. Flint-lock Hand Mortar of about 1720. Givenly Captain 
Viscount Mahon, Grenadier Guards. 

1134. Spring Gun, with flint lock, 17th century. 

1135-1136.- Flint-lock Pistol by T. Rea, 91, Minories, London, 
octagonal barrel, date about 1830. 

1137-1144. Casque, late 17th century. 

1145. Morion from the Venetian Armoury, Candia, 17th century. 

1146. Italian Cabasset from the Venetian Armoury, Candia 
(painted). Given by Colonel Patrick Campbell, It. A. 

1147. Helmet with Vizor, 16th century (painted). 
1148. Casque, 16th century (painted). 
1149 Burgonet, 17th century. 
115O. Helmet, 17th century. 

1151-1152. Canoe Paddle, carved throughout. Sandwich Islands. 

Given by W. J. Huggins, Esq. 

1153. War Club. St. Christopher's Island. 
1154-1155. War Club. Friendly Islands. 
1156. War Club. New Zealand. 

1157-1158. Spear, with numerous wooden barbs. Fiji Islands. 

1159 11 6O. Long Spear, with sharks' teeth barbs. Kingsmill 
Islands. Given by Sir Alexander Malet. 

1161. Wooden Spear, with numerous wooden barbs. Fiji Islands. 
1162-1163. Four-pronged Wooden Spear. Fiji Islands. 

1164-1166. Wooden Spear, with numerous wooden barbs. Fiji 

1167-1169. Spear, with wooden barbs. Solomon Islands. 
11 7O. Wooden Spear. Friendly Islands. 

1171. Model of Nordenfelt's Four-barrelled one inch 
Machine Gun, 1872.- Given by Admiral Sir R. Vesey Hamilton 

1172. Small Iron Swivel Gun, taken at Amoy. Given by 
Officers H.M. 55th Regiment. 

1173. Chinese "Silk Gun," taken at Sykee in 1842. Given by 
Admiral Sir W. Parker, G.C.S. 


11 74. Piece Of Oak from an English Ship sunk in the harbour of 
Calais by the fleet under the Duke of Guise in 1558. Given 
by R. W. Powell, Esq. 

1175. Ancient Double Gun, particulars unknown. 

1176. Small Iron Gun, with flint-lock action, dredged up at Gibraltar- 

1177. Burmese Bell, captured at the Shoedagon Pagodah, Rangoon, 
14th April, 1852. Given by the Officers, N.C.O.'s and 
Men O f the 18th Royal Irish Regiment. 

1178. Chinese Bell, taken from one of the Temples on the heights 
above Canton. Captured on 29th December, 1857, by the 
French and British Force*, and allotted to Admiral 
Sir Michael Seymour, G.C.B., by whom it was presented 
to the Royal United Service Museum. (For inscription on 
the bell see label). Given by Admiral Sir Michael Seymour, 

1179. Chinese Bell, taken on the occupation of Tung Chow (near 
Peking) by the landing party from H.M.S. "Barfleur," 
during the march to the relief of the Pekin Legations, 1900. 
Given by the Officers and Seamen of H.M.S. "Barfleur." 

118O & 1181. French Percussion Pocket Pistol, by 

Dumarest, Paris. 

1182. Truck, from the Flagstaff of Fort Pharcs, Alexandria, taken 
during the campaign against Arabi Pasha, Egypt, 1882. 
Given by Colonel N. L. Walford, It. A.. 

1183. Part Of a Port-Timber of H.M.S. " Albion," 74 guns, con- 
taining a Turkish shot fired into her at the Battle of 
Navarino 10th October, 1827. (See 530). Given by Rear- 
Admiral Sir J. Gordon, K.C.B. 

1184. Part Of the Mizzen Mast of H.M.S. "Blenheim." which was 
shot through by the accompanying 32-pound shot when 
engaging the batteries at the entrance of the river Narowa, 
near St. Petersburg, 18th June, 1855. Given by Captain 
W. H. Hall, C.B., R.N. 

1185. The Last Fragment of the Keel of H.M.S. "Thetis," which 
was recovered by means of a Diving Bell near Cape Frio, at 
the depth of 8 fathoms, in 1833. It was presented to King 
William IV. by Admiral F. F. De Ros. (See 548). Given 
by His Majesty King Edward VII. 

1186. Part of a Shotrire^l from H.M. Steam Paddle Ship "Nemesis," 
taken out of the muzzle of a Chinese brass gun at the 
capture of Woosung, 1842. 

1187. Carcase of 32-Pounder Rocket, first used at Boulogne 
on October 8th, 1806. Average range 3,000 yards. Given 
by Colonel Sir Augustus Fraser, K.C.B. 


1188. Model of a 24-inch searchlight, projector mounted on Tower's 

Hydro-gyrostat or steady platform. It is on a scale of 
one-fourth full size. By means of this apparatus a search- 
light or other object can be kept quite steady on a small 
vessel in the roughest sea. It is actuat-ed by a rapidly 
revolving wheel or gyroscope situated between the four 
cylinders to which it regulates the admission of water 
pressure in such a way as to completely neutralise the 
angular motion due to pitching and rolling. 

1189. Model of an ice-boat which was built for Captain Parry's Polar 

expedition, February, 1827. Its object is to enable the 
seamen to travel by land or water. Thase boats were drawn 
over the ice and snow by twelve men, who dwelt and slept 
in them ; when water was reached the wheels were taken 
off, and the boat propelled by paddles. 

1190. Four specimens of Hales War Rocket, fitted with 
timer and concussion-fused shell. 

1191. The Cleaning Rod of the Boer six-inch gun " Long Tom," 
captured and destroyed during the Siege of Ladysmith, on 
December 7th, 1899. Given by Captain T. 8. Allison. 

1192-3. Two Canoes from Southern Nigeria. Given by Captain 
A. D. Lewis. 

1194. Battle-axe, Bechuana Tribe, South Africa. 

1195. Dervish Shield brought from Suakim in 1885. Given by 

Ilis Majesty King Edward VII. 

1196. Dervish Shield, bearing the following inscription : 
" Suakim Expedition, 1885. Native Shield and Spear 
humbly presented to Her Majesty The Queen by her 
faithful and loyal servant, V. B. Kennett-Barrington."- 
Given by His Majesty King Edward VII. 

1197. Model of a Burmese Canoe. Given by His Majesty King 
Edward VII. 

1198. Model of a Burmese Canoe. Given by Colonel A. Sail. 

1199. The Obturator of the Boer gun "Long Tom" used in the 
South African War, 1899. 

120Q. Piece Of the Muzzle of the Boer gun " Long Tom." which 
was captured and destroyed during the Siege of Ladysmith 
on December 7th, 1899. 

12O1. Bell from the Lindegner Drift on the South Bank of the Vaal 
River. It was used to summon the pont when required. 
Given by Colonel G. G. Cunningham, C.S., D.S.O. 

12O2. A Greenland Canoe. Given by the Lords Commissioners of 
the Admiralty. 


12O3. A Canoe from New Guinea. 

12O4. Portion of the Trunk of a cocoanut tree with two 
musket-ball holes in it, which were received at the time of 
the affray at Karakakooa Bay, Hawaii, when Captain 
James Cook, the circumnavigator, was killed. Given by 
Captain W. H. Bruce, B.N. 

12O5. Needham s Breech-loading Gun and carriage. 

12O6. A Three-pounder Gun with tackling as a lower-deck gun, 

mounted on Captain Marshall's improved gun carriage. 

12O7. Model of a sheer-hulk with double sheers. Given by Rear- 
Admiral Ross, C.B. 

12O8. An Anchor from the wreck of H.M.S. "Edgar," 70 guns, 
which blew up at Spithead, October 15th 1711, when all 
on board perished. It was recovered in 1840. Given by 
Sir Charles Pasley, K.C.B. 

1209. A Half Model with painting of the screw-steamer " R.S. 
Stockton," built in 1838. She was the first vessel propelled 
by a screw. 

1 21 0. Model of a Chinese Mandarin boat. 
1211. Model of a Canton River smuggling boat. 

1212. Model of a Chinese trading boat. 

1213. -A French Musket brought from the Field of Waterloo. 

Given by Charles Kean, Esq. 

1214. A Flint-lock Cavalry Carbine, marked " 6th Dragoons, 
A. 42," brought from the Field of Waterloo. Given by 
Charles Kean, Esq. 

1215. Gun of H.M.S. "Bounty" from Pitcairn Island. Given by 
Captain H. N. Bruce, E.N. 

1216. Sea-Chest which belonged to John Adams, the Mutineer of 
H.M.S. " Bounty." It was landed with other things when 
the ship was burnt in 1789. It was given to the Rev. 
W. H. Holman, Chaplain of the Fleet, and given by him 
to the Museum. 

1217. A Painting in water colours, by Tliomas Dutton, of the Battle 
of Trafalgar. Thomas Dutton painted and exhibited 
numerous pictures between the years 1858 and 1879. Given 
by Arthur Brock, Esq. 

1218. -The Head Of a Partizan, engraved with the Arms of the 

Spanish Line of the Bourbon family. Given by B. E. 
Sargeaunt, Esq., Assistant Curator of the Museum. 


1219. Flag carried by the assaulting eoluiim under Brigadier-General 
Sir William Jones, K.C.B.. at the capture of Delhi in 
1857, and given by him to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. 
Given by His Majesty King Edward Vll. 

122O. A Line Engraving of George Hamilton Earl of Orkney, 
Colonel of the 1st Royal Regiment of Foot (lt>66-1737). 

1221. A Mezzotint Engraving of Richard Temple, Field Marshal 
Viscount Cobham, Colonel 4th Dragoons, 1710. 

1222. Lee-Metfbrd Rifle, Mark II., 1891 pattern. Given by the 
Secretary of State for War. 

1223. Martini-Henry Rifle, Calibre -45, seven grooves. Given 
by the Secretary of State for War. 

1224. Steel Mace of Indian manufacture, and used during the 
Mutiny in India, in 1857. The head consists of eight 
radiating wings. The hilt is of the pattern common to 
so many forms of Indian swords. The mace is a very 
ancient weapon, and was known to the Egyptians and 
Assyrians. It was used for stunning, and was especially 
prominent in the Middle Ages in the time of heavy plate 
armour. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1225. A Gurkha Battle-axe with curved head and an elephant 

carved on the side of the handle. The entire weapon is 
of steel : at the centre the handle unscrews, and a stiletto 
is found contained in the handle of the axe. Given by C. 
Coleman, Esq. 

1226. Colours of the 102nd Regiment or Queen's Royal Volunteers. 
This Regiment v\as raised in October, 1760, and was first 
commanded by Major David Wedderburn, an officer asso- 
ciated with Vellinghausen. It was disbanded in 1763. 

The above-named Regiment must not be confused with 
Rowley's 102nd Regiment, which was raised in Ireland in 
March, 1780, when large demands were made for troops for 
North America, the West Indies, and the East Indies. This 
Regiment, like the Royal Queen's Volunteers, had only a 
short existence,being disbanded at the close of the war with 
Tippoo Sahib. It formed part of the force under Colonel 
Fullarton, previous to its surrender as part of the Garrison 
of Bednore in the same year. Neither of these Regiments 
are in any way associated with the Madras European 
Regiment^ afterwards the 102nd Foot, and now the Royal 
Dumin Fusiliers. Given by The Officers, Eoyal Dublin 

1228. The Field Trumpet used by Trumpet-Major Henry Joy, 
17th Lancers, at Balaclava, on 25th October, 1854, to order 
the Cavalry Charge. Henry Joy was orderly trumpeter to 
Major-General* the Earl or Lucan at the time, and the 
trumpet was subsequently presented to him by the Colonel 
and 'Officers of his Regiment, and is engraved, " Presented 
by the Colonel of the 17th Lancers to Trumpet-Major H. 
Joy, on which the Balaclava Charge was sounded on 
October 25th, 1854." 


In 1898 'this relic was sold by auction at Messrs. Deben- 
ham, Storr, and Son's rooms for 750 guineas to Mr. T. 
G. Middlebrook, and on 30th January, 1908, it was again 
under the hammer at the same rooms, and was purchased 
by Mr. W. W. Astor. 

The Medals of the above-mentioned Trumpet-Major Henry Joy, 
17th Lancers, consisting of : 

(a) The Crimean Medal with 4 clasps. 

(b) The Medal for Distinguished Conduct in the 


(c) The Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct. 

(d) The Turkish Military Medal. 

Given by W. W. Astor, Esq. 

1229. The Flag of the United States Frigate "Chesapeake," taken 
by H.M.S. " Shannon " on 1st June, 1813 : 

The Flag was sold by auction on 30th January, 1908, at 
Messrs. Debenham, Storr and Son's rooms, and was bought 
by Mr. Aetor for 850 guineas (for a description of the 
Engagement see No. 531). Given by W. W. Astor, Esq. 

123O. A Spanish Pioneer's Sword. Date about 1810. Git-en 
by B. Harcourt, Esq. 

1231. Dirk worn by an Ensign of the Chester-le-Street Volunteers, a 
Corps raised in the year 1803. It is similar in design to 
the pattern carried by Midshipmen of the same date. 
Given by Captain F. B. Heritage. 

1232, Small Marble Bust of Field-Marshal the Duke of Wel- 
lington, K.G., by Robert Physick, 1852. Given by John 
Barrow, Esq., F.R.S. 

1233 Colts' Five-Chambered Revolving Rifle, patented 

November, 1857. Given by 0. Chadwick, Esq., C.M.G., 
and A. Richardson, Esq. 

1234. A Four- Bar re I led Percussion Pistol, French. Given 
by 0. Chadwick, Esq., C.M.G., and A. Richardson, Esq. 

1235. Gauntlet Sword, "Pata," straight blade of European 
manufacture; long gauntlet hilt, completely protecting the 
forearm, of brass ornamented in niello; that part imme- 
diately covering the hand is in the form of a tiger's head, 
from the mouth of which the blade issues. Oude. Given 
by the Secretary of State for India. 

1236.- Gauntlet Sword, "Pata," straight rapier blade of burnished 
steel with long gauntlet hilt. Oude. Given by the Secre- 
tary of Stqte for India. 

1237. Gauntlet Sword, "Pata," straight rapier blade of burnished 

steel with long gauntlet hilt. It was taken at Cabul on 
15th September, 1842. Given by Captain Hoban, ISth 
TAght Infantry. 


1238. Sword with straight blade widening towards the end : the back 
and lower part of the blade are strengthened with per- 
forated steel supports, enriched with gold damasceenmg. 
Given by Rear-Admiral Hon. D. H. Mackay. 

1239-4O. Two Swords, "Firangi." straight blades trebly grooved, 
padded basket hilts, and spiked pommels. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1241. Sword, "Firangi," straight blade with broad furrow; basket 
hilt and spiked pommel. The blade of Augsberg manu- 
facture. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1242. Sword, " Fivangi," straight blade furrowed: basket hilt arid 
spiked pommel. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1 243. Sword, " Firangi," straight trebly grooved blade of European 
manufacture; basket hilt and spiked pommel. Given by 
the Secretary of State for India. 

1244. Sword, "Firangi," straight doubly grooved blade; basket hilt 
and spiked pommel. Given by the Secretary of State for 

1245. Sabre, with trebly grooved blade; basket hilt with spiked 
pommel. Tinnevelli. Given by the Secretary of State for 

1246. Sword, "Firangi," with straight rapier blade of Spanish manu- 
facture ; padded basket hilt and spiked pommel. Given by 
the Secretary of State for India. 

1247. Sword, " Firangi," with straight furrowed blade; silver basket 
hilt and spiked pommel. Given by the Secretary of State 
for India. 

1248. Sword, "Firangi," with straight furrowed blade ; padded basket 
hilt and spiked pommel. Given by the Secretary of State 
for India. 

1249-5O. Two Kukris, with bright steel grooved blades; handles 
of wood Nepaul. Given by Mrs. Martin. 

1251-2. Two Miniature Kukris, being the concomitants of the 
larger weapons. 

1253-4. Two Indian Lances, with heavy steel spade-shaped 
heads and sockets ; steel butts. The shafts of bamboo are 
ornamentally painted throughout. Given by the Secretary 
of State for India. 

1255. Indian Lance, with sharp quadrangular point, supported by 
a silver socket. A similar socket of silver holds the butt, 
which is long and pointed. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

a 2 


1 256. Malayan Spear, with carved black shaft and a gold ferrule 
of 8 inches, with ornamented cap. Singapore. Given by 
the Secretary of State for India. 

1257. Indian Lance, with very long flat head, doubly grooved. 
Beneath the socket, which is attached to the bamhoo shaft 
by means of studs, is a large knob of wood, which is 
detached from the bamboo. The butt is of steel, and 
very short. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1258. Lance, Southern India, with painted cane shaft and quadrilatera 
head ; steel socket. A portion of the butt is missing. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1259-6O. Two Burmese Lances, with sharp two-edged heads 
and Malacca shafts. Given by the G.O.C. Burmah Expedi- 
tionary Force, 1886. 

1261-2. Burmese Lances, with sharp two-edged narrow heads 
and Malacca shafts. Given by the G.O.C. Burmah Expedi- 
tionary Force, 1886. 

1263-4. Two Lances, Southern India, with large flat heads, brass 
sockets and wooden shafts.- Given by the G.O.C. Burmah 
Expeditionary Force, 1886. 

1265. Mahratta Lance of steel throughout; the head being 
quadrilateral and very long and slender. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1266. Very heavy Mahratta Steel Lance, with long slender 

quadrilateral head and heavy knob of steel at the butt, 
added to facilitate the balance and assist the thrust. Given 
by the Secretary of State for India. 

1267. Heavy Mahratta Steel Lance, being quadrilateral 
throughout except at the grip where it is circular. The 
butt possesses a heavy knob of steel. The lance is en- 
graved on the shaft. Given by the Secretary fur State 
for India. 

1268-9. Two Steel Mahratta Lances, with long quadrilateral 
heads. They are both engraved. Given by the Secretary 
of State for India. 

127O. Short Lance, Southern India, quadrilateral head and silver 
socket; steel butt. 

1271. Very handsome Spear, Southern India, in the form of 
the English Partizan, the head being embossed and 
damascened in gold. The shaft is of cane, and ornamentally 
painted throughout. Given by The Eon. Lady Grey. 

1272. Lance, Southern India, in two sections ; the head is quadri- 
lateral, and the cane shaft painted throughout. Given by 
the Secretary of State for India. 


1273. Partizan, Southern India, with two-edged head and latera 
projections. The cane shaft is painted throughout. Given 
by the Secretary of State for India. 

1274. Lance, Southern India, with quadrilateral head and painted 
cane shaft. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1275. Spear, Burmese, with spade-shaped head, and long wooden 
shaft bulging at the grip and tapering to a point at the 
butt end. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1276. Spear, Southern India, with painted cane shaft. (riven by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1277. Partizan, Southern India, the tongue of the head missing ; the 
shaft is of cane painted throughout. It was found on the 
field of the battle of Seringapatam. Given by Lieutenant 
P. Rainier. 

1278. Mahratta Dag&er, "Pattum Jamdadu" (death giver), an 

elongated form of the Katar. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

1279. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," the blade chiselled in low 

relief, with representations of the chase. The Katar 
Dagger, together with the straight sword, are probably 
the national arms of India. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

128O. Mahratta Dagger, u Katar," blade thickened at the point, 
straight guards transverse hilt. Given by the Secretary 
of State for India. 

1281. Mahratta Dagger, " Katar," with a langue de bceuf blade 
thickened at the point, and strengthened towards the hilt 
with a stout rib. Given by the Secretary of State for 

1282. Mahratta Dagger, " Katar," blade thickened at the point. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1283. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," the blade thickened at the 

point. The hilt is coated with silver. Given by the Secre- 
tary of State for India. 

1284. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," the blade thickened at the 
point and strengthened by a rib. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

1285. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," blade thickened at the point ; 
the grip is curious, as also the grooving of the blade. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1286. Mahratta Dagger, " Katar," blade thickened at the point 
and deeply grooved towards the hilt. Given by the Secre- 
tary of State for India. 


1287. Mahratta Dagger, " Katar," the blade ribbed and grooved 
and thickened towards the point. Given by the Secretary 
of State for India. 

1288. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," ribbed blade thickened 
towards the point. The hilt bears marks of damascening. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India, 

1289. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," blade ribbed, grooved, ai,d 
thickened towards the point. The hilt exceptionally heavy. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1290. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," exceptionally thick blade, 
very deeply grooved and ribbed towards the hilt. The grip 
consists of four bars instead of two, as customary. Given 
by the Secretary of State for India. 

1291. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," of light construction. Given 
by the Secretary of State for India. 

1292. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," very light; it possesses four 
bars at the grip, and also bears signs of damasceening. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1293. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," of light construction, blade 
thickened at the point and ribbed near the hilt. Given 
'by the Secretary of State for India. 

1294. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," very heavy, the blade bting 
very thick at the point. Six bars form the grip. Given 
by the Secretary of State for 'India. 

1295. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," light construction, ribbed 
blade. Given by the Secretary of Staite for India. 

1296. Mahratta Dagger, "Katar," broad ribbed blade and 
curious grip. It was once damascened. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1297. -Very Small Mahratta Dagger. " Katar," with short 
thick blade. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1298. Mahratta Dagger, " Katar," thickened at the point, ribbed 
and grooved blade. Given by the Secretary of State for 

1299. Very small Mahratta Dagger, " Katar," with engraved 
hilt and lower portion of blade, which is short and thick. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1300. Scimitar, "Tulwar," with bright llade and steel hilt. 
Rajputana. Given by thb Secretary of State for India. 

1301. Sabre, "Tulwar," doubly grooved blade and steel hilt. 
Rajputana. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

13O2. Sabre, " Tulwar," doubly grooved blade, and silver-coated hilt. 
Rajputana. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 


13O3. Sabre, "Tulwar," doubly grooved blade, hilt damascened in 
silver. Ilajputana. Given by the Secretary of State for 

1304. - Sabre, "Tulwar," trebly grooved blade, engraved steel hilt. 
Rajputana. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

13O5.-Sa.bre, "Tulwar," bright blade, steel hilt coated with silver. 
Rajputana. Given by the Secretary of State for Inaia. 

1306. Sword, "Tulwar," with straight grooved blade and steel hilt. 
Rajputana. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

13O7. Sabre, "Tulwar," with steel hilt coated with silver and 
engraved. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

13O8. Sabre, "Tulwar," with engraved steel hilt coated with silver. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

13O9. -Sabre, "Tulwar," with engraved steel hilt. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1310. Sabre, " Tulwar," trebly grooved blade ; hilt of steel damascened 
with silver. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1311. Sabre, "Tulwar," hilt of steel, damascened with silver. Given 
by the Secretary of Stfate for India. 

1312. Sabre, ''Tulwar," trebly grooved blade, signed; the hilt steel 
and engraved. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1313. Sabre, "Tulwar." doubly grooved and signed blade ; plain steel 
hilt. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1314. Sabre, " Tulwar,'' very light, blight blade, steel hilt damascened 
with silver. Given by the Secretary of S'tate for India. 

1315. Sabre, "Tulwar," plain blade signed, engraved steal hilt. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1316. Sabre, ' Tulwar," grooved blade, plain steel hilt. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1317. Sabre, "Tulwar," grooved blade, plain steel hilt. Gir^n by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1318. -Sabre, "Tulwar," bright blade, steel hilt coated with silver. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1319. Sabre, "Tulwar," plain blade, steel engraved hilt. Oiv&n by tht 
Secretary of State for India. 

1320. -Sabre, "Tulwar," trebly grooved blade, the hilt engraved and 

1321. Scimitar, "Tulwar," bright plain blade ; the hilt engraved and 
damascened, knuckle guard. Given by the Secretary of 
titate for India. 


1322. Sabre, " Tulwar," doublv-grooved and signed tlade : hilt silver- 
coated and engraved. Given by the Secretary of State for 

1323. Sabre, "Tulwar,"' broad grooved and signed blade; the hilt 
silver coated and engraved. Given by Sir Charles Napier. 

1324. Indian Scimitar, with plain bright blade and elaborate hilt, 
the quillons turning towards the blade. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1325. Sabre, Indian, grooved and signed blade; the hilt of s,teel 
elaborately engraved. Quillons turning towards the blade. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1326. -Khyber Knife, the blade near the handle damascened with 
gold, and fitted to the bone handle with brass. Taken from 
a Sikh at the Battle of Sobraon. Given by James Isaac, 

1327. Khyber Knife, with ivory handle and brass socket. Given 
by the Secretary of State for India. 

1328. Khyber Knife, with bone handle and grooved blade, brass 
socket, ornamented fringe on edge nearest to blade. 
Taken at Ghuznee. Given by Lieut. -Colonel C. Car- 
michael, C.B. 

1329. Khyber Knife, grooved blade, horn handle, decorated brass 
socket, and brass rib at back of handle. Given by Lieut. - 
Colonel C. Carmichael, C.S. 

1330. Khyber Knife, grooved blade, ivory handle, fixed by means 
of a brass ornamented socket. Given by Capt. W. Lamb. 

1331. Khyber Knife, grooved blade, horn handle, steel socket. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1332. Khyber Knife, grooved blade, horn handle fixed with a brass 

socket. Given by Colonel Honbh. E. J. Forester. 

1333. Khyber Knife, grooved blade, horn handle, brass socket; 
taken at Cabul. The blade has been repaired. Given by 
Colonel I. Cox, C.B. 

1334. -Khyber Knife, very light, plain blade, bronze handle. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1335. Khyber Knife, plain blade, ivory handle, brass socket. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1336. Dagger, ' Pcslikabz." the upper part of the blade damascened 
with gold, bone handle, Peshawar. Given by the Secretary 
of State for India. 

1337. Dagger, " Peshkabz," horn handle. Given by the Secretary of 
State for Indiq.. 


1338. Dagger, " Peshkabz," wooden handle. Giren by the Secretary 
of State for India. 

1339. Dagger, "Peshkabz," plain blade and steel handl. Given by 
the Secretary of State for India. 

1340. Dagger, " Peshkabz." plain blade, bone handle. Given by 
the Secretary of b^ate for India. 

1341. Dagger, " Peshkabz." plain blade, wooden handle. Given by 
the Secretary of State for India. 

1342. Dagger, " Peshkabz," plain blade, much ground, wooden handle. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1343. Dagger, " Peshkabz." plain blade, much worn, bone handle. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1345. Mahratta Scimitar, plain blade with signature ; hilt, with 
knuckleguard, damascened with silver. Given by Admir- 
able Honble. I). Mackay. 

1346. Heavy Sabre, "Tulwar," plain blade with signature; 
steel hilt with knuckle guard engraved. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1347. Heavy Sabre, ''Tulwar," double grooved blade with signa- 
ture ; steel hilt and knuckle guard. Given by the Secretary 
of State for India. 

1348. Sabre, "Tulwar." plain blade with signature; steel hilt and 
kjnuckle guard damascened with silvier. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1349. Sabre, "Tulwar," double grooved blade, steel hilt with knuckle- 

fuard, silver coated. Given by the Secretary of State for 

135O. Mahratta Scimitar, plain blade ; the hilt with knuckle- 
guard damascened with silver. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

1351 Sabre, " Tulwar," double grooved blade ; hilt and knuckle-guard 
of steel damascened with silver. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

1352. Sabre, " Tulwar," plain blade ; hilt of steel with knuckle-guard, 
both silver-coated. Given by the Secretary of State for 

1353. Mahratta Scimitar, plain blade, steel hilt, and knuckle- 
guard. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1354. Sabre, "Tulwar," plain blade; the hilt with knuckle-guard 
damascened. Given by the Secretary of Stajte for India. 

1355. Mahratta Scimitar, signed blade, engraved steel hilt, with 
knuckle-guard. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 


1356. Sabre, "Tulwar" signed and grooved blade; steel hilt and 
knuckle-guard. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1357. Sabre, " Tulwar," double-grooved signed blade; steel hilt with 
knuckle-guard, both coated with silver. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1358. Sabre, "Tulwar," plain blade, steel hilt with knnckle-guard 
damascened. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1359. Mahratta Scimitar, plain blade, signed hilt, and knuckle- 
guard of steel coated with silver. Given by the Secretary 
of State for India. 

136O. Mahratta Scimitar, plain blade, signed ; steel hilt and 
knuckle-guard, both coated with silver. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1361. Sabre, "Tulwar," plain blade signed, the hilt and knuckle-guard 

of steel damascened. Given by the Secretary of State for 

1362. Mahratta Scimitar, plain blade, the hilt and knuckle- 
guard of Bteel damascened. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

1363. Sabre, "Tulwar," slightly curved grooved blade; the hilt and 
knuckle-guard of steel, coated with silver. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

1364. Sabre, " Tulwar," plain blade ; hilt and knuckle-guard of steel 
damascened. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1365. Sabre, "Tulwar," plain blade signed, the Lilt with knuckle- 

fuard of ornamented steel. Given by the Secretary of 
tate for India. 

1366. Sabre, " Tulwar," plain blade signed; hilt with knuckle-guard 
of ornamented steel. Given by the Secretary of State for 

1367. Sabre, "Tulwar," slightly curved blade grooved; hilt with 
knuckle-guard of ornamented steel. Given by the Secre- 
tary of State for India. 

1368. Mahratta Scimitar, plain blade; hilt with knuckle-guard 
of steel, coated with silver. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

1369. Sabre, "Tulwar," plain blade; hilt with knuckle-guard of 
ornamented steel. Given by the Secretary of State for 

137O. Sabre, " Tulwar," trebly grooved llade ; hilt with knuckle- 
guard of ornamented steel. Given by the Secretary of 

State for India. 


1371. Sabre, "Tulwar," plain blade signed ; the hilt with knuckle- 

fuard of ornamented steel. Given by the Secretary of 
tate for India, 

1372. Mahratta Scimitar, plain blade ; hilt with knuckle-guard 
of steel, coated with silver. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

1373. Mahratta Scimitar, plain blade ; hilt with knuckle-guard 
engraved and damascened. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

1374. Sabre, ' Tulwar," plain blade signed; hilt with knuckle-guard 
of steel, coated with silver. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

1375. Sabre, "Tulwar," plain blade strengthened towards the hilt 
with ribs of steel ; hilt with knuckle-guard of ornamented 
steel. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1376. Sabre, "Tulwar," doubly-grooved signed blade; hilt with 
knuckle-guard of steel engraved, and coated with silver. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1377. Mahratta Scimitar, plain blade, hilt with knuckle-guard 
of steel, coated with silver. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

1378. Sabre, "Tulwar," grooved blade, hilt with knuckle-guard of 
ornamented steel. Given by the Secretary of State for 

1379. Heavy Sword, "Firangi," plain blade ; steel basket hilt and 
spiked pommel. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

138O. Sabre, "Firangi," one furrowed blade; padded ornamented 
basket-hilt with spiked pommel. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

1381. Dagger, "Jamdhar Katari," plain blade ribbed; steel handle, 
originally gilded. Given by the Secretary of State for 

1382. Trifurcated Head of a Lance of steel, the outer 
prongs serrated. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

1383. Afghan Bayonet with triangular blade and ornamented 
base. Given by Lieut. -Colon el C. Carmichael, C.B. 

1384. Sword, " Dha," straight one-edged blade, the grip covered with 
plaited hair. The pommel of pierced metal. Bhotan. 
Given by the Secretary of State for 'India. 

1385. Sword, "Dha," straight one-edged blade, the grip of gimp; 
ornamented brass pommel. Bhotan. Given by the Secre- 
tary of State for India. 


1388. Sword, " Dha," straight one-edged Hade, grip of shark's skin 
and plaited hair ; pierced metal pommel. Bhotan. Given 
by the Secretary of State for India. 

1387. Sword, ' Dha," straight one-edged blade ; grip of shark's skin ; 
pierced steel pommel. Bhotan. Given by the Secretary 
of State for India. 

1388. Sword, " Dba," straight one-edged blade; grip covered with 
hide. Bhotan. Given by the Secretary of Stale for India. 

1389. Burmese Krees, undulating watered blade ; handle missing. 
Given by Capt. F. Marryat, E.N. 

1390. Burmese Krees, straight watered blade ; carved wooden 
handle. Given by Capt. F. Marryat, E.N. 

1391. Burmese Krees, undulating blade; wooden handle. Given 
by Capt. F. Marryat, E.N. 

1392. Battle-axe, "Tabar," long curved blade; bamboo shaft 
terminating with steel ferrules. Chota Nagpur. Given by 
the Secretary of State for India. 

1393. Another, blade slightly engraved. Given by the Secretary oj 
State for India. 

1394. Steel Case containing a stiletto. Given by the Secretary of 
State for India. 

1395. Battle-axe, "Tabar," forked engraved blade; wooden shaft 
with brass ferrules and brass bands. Given by the Secre- 
tary of State for India. 

1396. Battle-axe, ' Tabar," forked engraved blade; wooden shaft 
with brass ferrule. Given by the Secretary of State for 

1397. Hatchet, "Ayda Katti," broad blade inlaid with brass; wooden 
handle, brass mounts. Malabar. Given by the Secretary 
of State for India. 

1398.- Mauser Repeater Rifle, 1888 pattern, weight 10 Ibs. 3 oz. 

(German.) Given by H.I.M. the Emperor of Germany. 

1399. Mauser Magazine Rifle, 1891 pattern (Argentine). 


14OO. Lee, Fixed Magazine, Rifle, 1888 pattern, made by 
Remington & Sons, U.S.A. Given by the Secretary of 
State for War. 

14O1. Small Bore Mannlicher Magazine Rifle, 1889 

14O2. Mannlicher Magazine Rifle with bayonet, Infantry 
pattern 1888. (German.) 

14O3. German Magazine Rifle, 1891 pattern. Given by 
Messrs. Ludive, Loewe & Co., Berlin. 

14O4. Mannlicher Rifle with bayonet, 1891 pattern, made by 
Ludive, Loewe & Co., Berlin. Given by Messrs Ludive, 
Loewe & Co., Berlin. 

14O5. Delft Breech-loading Rifle, 1876 pattern. 

1406. French Rifle, pattern 1874, with bayonet. 

14O7. Breech loading Rifle, manufactured at Enfield in 1849, 
with bayonet and rammer. 

1408. Krag Jorgen sen Danish Magazine Rifle, 1899 
pattern, with bayonet. 

1409. Lee- Metfbrd Mark I. Magazine Rifle, 1890'pattern 
and bayonet. Given by the Secreitary of State for War. 

141O. German Experimental Rifle, with bayonet Par- 
ticulars unknown. 

1411. French Breech- loading Experimental Rifle, 

with bayonet; on the butt is inscribed, "I. S. M. Grena- 
dier Guards." 

1412. Mauser Magazine Rifle, with straight bolt, 1900. 
1413. Mauser Magazine Rifle (Argentine), 1891 pattern. 

1414. Kropatschek Rifle (Portuguese). Given by the Secretary 
of State for War. 

1415. Turkish Magazine Mauser Rifle. 


1416. Schmidt-Rubin Magazine Rifle (Swiss), with bayonet. 
1889 pattern. 

1417. British Musket, made at Enfield 1888, with bayonet. 

1418, British Rifle, made by the Manchester Ordnance and Rifle 

1419. Carr Percussion Rifle, 1865. calibre -575. 

142O. Springfield B.L. Rifle, 1878. U.S.A. 

1421 Schulkof's Patent Magazine Rifle, 1887. 

1422. Peabody Rifle (U.S.A.) 1862 pattern, calibre -5. 
1423. Vertelli Rifle (Swiss) with bayonet. 
1424. Berdau Bolt Rifle (Russian) with bayonet. 

1425. Whitworth Percussion Patent Small Bore 
Hexagonal 33-inch Rifle, with sword bayonet. 

1426. Waenzel Percussion Rifle, with bayonet (Austrian). 

1427. Murata Single loading Rifle, IdSS (Japanese) with 

1428. Whitworth Carbine (Westley Richards) 1865 pattern. 

1429. A Sporting Percussion Rifle, made by the Whitworth 
Ordnance Co., Manchester, with patent sights. 

143O. Krutzsch's Patent Rifle, mad by Messrs. Potts and 
Hunt, London. 

1431. Patent Foreign Rifle and bayonet, details unknown. 
1432. Werndl Patent Percussion Rifle. 
1433. I. R. Cooper's Patent Rifle, I860, calibre -45. 
1434. Swinburne's Patent B.L. Rifle, 1872. 


1435 Henry's Patent B.L. Rifle. 

1436. Teller's Patent B.L. Rifle. 

1437 Jouhand's Patent M.L. Rifle. 

1438 Walker and Money's Patent B.L. Rifle. 

1439. Major Fosbery's Patent B.L. Rifle. 

1440. W. Mont Storm's Patent B.L. Rifle, I860. 

1441. The Improved Mont Storm Selwyn Patent B.L. 

1442. Patent B.L. Rifle, the breech opening with a lever, the 
hammer being alongside the trigger beneath the block, 
with bayonet. 

1443. Combalain's Patent B.L. Rifle, with long bayonet. 
1444 Captain Harrison's Patent B.L. Rifle. 
1445. W. J. Matthew's Patent B.L. Rifle. 
1446. Green Brothers' Patent B.L. Rifle, with bayonet. 

1447 Perry's Patent B.L. Rifle. U.S.A. 

1448. Albini and Braendlin's Patent B.L. Rifle. 

1449. H. Berdan s Patent B.L. Rifle. 1862. 

1450. Patent B.L. French Rifle. Particulars unknown. 

1451 B. Tieschang and Hmgo Schmidt Patent B.L. 

Rifle, with swonl bayonet. 

1452. The Springfield B.L. Rifle, 1863 pattern. U.S.A. 

1453. The Snorth B. L. Percussion Rifle, 1837, with 
bayonet, U.S.A. 

1454. Martini Henry Carbine, 1881 pattern, with short 


1455. Martini Henry Carbine, 1887 pattern. 
14-56. A Patent B.L. Carbine. Particulars unknown. 
1457. The Springfield B.L. Carbine, 1873 pattern. U.S.A. 
1458. Evan's Patent Repeating Carbine, 1868. U.S.A. 
1459. Prince's Patent Carbine. 

1460. R F. Joslyn's Patent B.L. Carbine, 1861. U.S.A. 
1461 Ballard s Patent B.L. Carbine, 1861. U.S.A. 
1462. Spencer Repeating Carbine, i860. U.S.A. 
1463. Allen and WeelOCk Carbine, patent 1860, calibre -425. 
1464. Ball's Patent Carbine, 1863. U.S.A. 
1465. Colt's Patent Repeating Carbine, 1883. 
1466. Sharp's Patent Rifle, 1848. U.S.A., with bayonet. 
1467. Marti ni-Peabody Rifle. U.S.A., with bayonet. 
1468. Millar and Burton's Patent B.L. Rifle, calibre -448. 
1469 Hotchkiss Magazine Rifle. 

147O Carter and Edwards Patent B.L. Rifle, 1867, 

calibre -577. 

1471. The Vetterlin Magazine Rifle, 1885. Italian. 
1472. The Remington-Lee Rifle, 1885, with bayonet. 
1473 Winchester Patent Repeating Rifle, 1866. 

1474. Lee- Burton Fixed Magazine Rifle, 1885, with 

1475. Winchester Patent Repeating Rifle, i860. 


1476. Needham's Patent Rifle, with bayonet. 
1477. Burton's Patent B.L. Rifle, 1859. Calibre 577. 
1478 Winchester Repeating Rifle, 1876. 

1479. French B.L. Smooth Bore, bolt action musket, details 


1480. Springfield B.L. Rifle, 1864. U.S.A. 
1481. B.L. Rifle, dated 1867. Details unknown. 
1482. Martini Rifle, details unknown. 
1483. Need hams Patent Percussion Rifle. 

1484. Persian Matchlock, with wooden rammer, the barrel 
partially inlaid and held to the stock, which ie strengthened 
with beaten brass, by means of brass bands. The weapon 
was taken from a Persian Pirate in the year 1899. 

1485. One-edged Sword, with circular guard and large flat 
pommel ; the grip of wood studded with copper ; the blade 
of Oriental manufacture. 

1486. Battle-axe, " Tabar," broad curved blade. Central India. 

1487. Persian Scimitar, with brass guard and ivory handle 
terminating with a pommel carved so as to form a tiger's 
head. It was taken at Qhuznee on 23rd July, 1839. 
Given by Captain Hoban. 

1488. Persian Scimitar, with steel guard and handle of woM 
covered with hide. Given by Caplain Kettlewell. 

1489. Short Sword, with one-edged blade and handle of wood 
mounted with brass; the scabbard of wood, and also 
mounted with brass. Burmese. 

149O. Sword, "Firangi," with doubly grooved blade and padded 
basket hilt, 'ine spike on the pommel is deficient. The 
sword was taken on the field of Jelalabad. Given by J. 
Fenwick, Esq. 

1491. Very heavy Battle-axe, with spike at back, brass 


1492. Persian Scimitar, with engraved steel guard and grip of 
hide; steel pommel. 

1493. Sword, " Dha," slightly curved blade, brass mounted wooden 
handle, equal in length to the blade, and curved in con- 
tinuation of its curve. Burmah. 

1494. Battle axe, with curiously shaped steel head. The shaft of 
wood wrapped with brass rings and protected with brass 
at the two extremities. Chota Nagpur. Given by Captain 
W. H. Hall, E.N. 

1495. Sword, " Dha," the blade widening gradually from hilt to point. 
Wooden hilt, widening at the pommel, and brass mounted. 

1496. Sword, slightly incurved one-edged blade, single groove. Hilt 
and knuckle-guard of steel. Decoan. 

1497. Indian Juggler's Sword, the whole being entirely of 
steel with blunted edges and circular point. Given by 
Lieut. Peter Rainier. 

1498. Sikh Arm-guard, or gauntlet, engraved at the edges. 

1499. Shield, composed of two horns running parallel, which support 
a circular piece of steel, capped with a spike 5 inches in 

15OO. Quadrilateral Spear-head of solid steel, the socket and 
head being in one. 

1501. An Arab Sword from the Sudan. Given by Lieut. Stair- 
Sandys, E.N. 

1502. Short Spear, with wide blade, from Central Africa. 

15O3. Battle-Axe from Central Africa. 

15O4. Short Sword, used by the Buck Indians of Demerara. 

1505. Curved Knife from Central Africa. 

15O6. Short Spear from Liberia, West Africa. 

15O7. Bow, Mundo Tribe, Central Africa. Petherick Collection. 

15O8. Bow from Central Africa. 


15O9. North-American Indian Bow. 

1510. Sheaf Of Poisoned Arrows from the New Hebrides 
Given by Admiral Sir John Dalrymple Hay, Bart., G.C.B., etc. 

1511. Krooman's Knife with wooden scabbard. West Coast of 

1512. Combined North-American Tomahawk and 
Tobacco Pipe. These weapons were given by the Hudson Bay 
Company to the Indians. 

1513. North-American Indian Tomahawk. 

1514. Sword Club from the Orinoco River district. Given by Sir 
R. K. Porter, K.C.B. 

1515. Battle Axe with iron blade, from Central Africa. 
1516. Wooden Club from Central Africa. 

1517. Wooden War Club of the Omida Indians, N.W. Canada. 
1518. -Quiver of Poisoned Arrows from Central Africa. 

1519. Ivory Powder Flask, South Africa. Giren, by The Hon. 
Lady Grey. 

152O-1521. Wooden War Club of the Mandan Indians, 
North America. 

1522-1523. Carved Wooden Club from Central Africa. 
Petherick Collection. 

1524. Canoe Paddle from Canada. 

1525. Two-pointed Dagger from the Pampas of South America. 

1526. Skin Pouch containing Barbed Arrows of the Mundo Tribe, 
Central Africa. Petherick Collection. 



1527. Two BOWS and a bundle of Barbed Arrows from the Upper Nile. 

1528. Leather Quiver with Hair ornament and 12 Arrows of the 
Dor Tribe, Central Africa. Petherick Collection. 

1529. Quiver containing 12 Arrows from Central Africa. 

153O. Ouiver containing 18 Barbed Arrows. Central Africa. 
Petherick Collection. 

1531-1539. Four-Sided Club from British Guiana. 
154-O. -Soudanese Camel-Bit. 

1541-1542. Carved Wooden Stirrup, made and used by the 

Llaneros, Columbia. Given by Sir It. K. Porter, K.C.H. 

1543-1544. Carved Wooden Stirrup, made and used by the 
Llaneros, Columbia. 

1545-1546. Carved Wooden Stirrup from Mexico. 

1547-1549. Barbed Assegai. Central Africa. Petherick Collection. 
155O. Chiefs Lance. Central Africa. Petherick Collection. 
1551. Hunting Lance, Central Africa. Petherick Collection. 
1552. Hunting Spear from Somaliland. 

1553-1555. Arab Spear, Sudan. Given by Brig.-General Coghlan, 
Commanding Troops, Aden. 

1556-1561. Arab Spear, Sudan. Given by Brig.-General Coghlan. 

1562. Quiver and Arrows from the Amazon River District, South 

1563-1564. BOW from the Banks of the Amazon River. South 


1565-1566. Pipe Stem. North-American Indian. 

1567. Limber Wheel of one of the 15-Pounder Guns of the 66th 
Battery, R.F.A.. which suffered so severely in the Battle 
of Colenso, Natal, on 15th December, 1899. (See label for 
further details). Given by the Secretary of State for War. 

1568. Relic of Captain Parry's Arctic Expedition, 1821-1827, being a 
tablet marked " Observatory, A.D. 1824-25." 

1569. Finger Post found on Beechy Island 1850, being one of the 
first traces of the lost Franklin Expedition. Given by 
Admiral Sir Erasmus Ommaney, K.C.B. 

157O. Pair Of Esquimaux Snow Shovels, made of wood from 

the lost Arctic Expedition, brought from Hayes River by 
Lieut. Schwatka in 1880. 

1571. Twenty-eight Assegais from South Africa. Zulu. 

1572-1573. Short Spear. Zulu. 

1574. Twenty-Six Zulu Assegais from South Africa. 

1575. Brass Mortar cast by Tippoo, Sultan of Mysore. It was 
oast by him when a boy, and studying the art of war dur- 
ing the reign of his father, Hyder AH. Given by Vice- 
Admiral Sir John Gore, K.C.B. , G.C.H. 

1576. One Of the two Chairs on which the Emperor Napoleon 
III. and Prince von Bismark sat in the cottage at Don- 
cherry on September 2nd, 1870, when the former 
surrendered himself after the Battle of Sedan. Given by 
General Sir Beauchamp Walker, K.C.B. 

1577. Four Arrows. Central Africa. 

1578. Iron Spear in wood|casing. Central Africa. 

1579. Three Spears, from the Fan Country, Central Africa. Given 
by the Anthropological Society. 


158O. Five Spears. Central Africa. 

1581. Tiller f one of the Gunboats of the Boulogne Flotilla for the 
invasion of England. 

Bonaparte, in 1804, assembled at Boulogne 160,000 men 
and 10,000 horses, together with a flotilla of 1,300 vessels, 
carrying 17.000 hands. On October 2nd Sir Sidney Smith 
unsuccessfully attempted to burn the flotilla with fire 
machines called " Catamarans." 

1582. Coat and pair of Yellow Breeches of an Officer of the 
3rd Irish Horse, or the Carabineers, now 6th Dragoon Guards, 
of the middle of the 18th century. On the 1st July, 1751, 
a warrant was issued regulating the clothing, standards, 
colours, and appointments of the several regiments, and in 
this warrant the coat of the 3rd Irish Horse is described as 
being "Scarlet, the facings and lapells of pale yellow, the 
button-holes worked with white, the buttons of white 
metal, and a long slash pocket in each skirt. Officers' coats 
to be distinguished by silver lace and to be bound with silver 
embroidery 2 the button-holes being worked with silver, and 
a crimson silk sash being worn over the left shoulder. Waist- 
coat and breeches to be pale yellow." Given by John 
Seymour Lucas, Esq., It. A. 

1583. Shoulder-belt Pouch of an Officer of the Staats Artillery of 
the South African Republic, as used at the time of the 
South African War, 1899-1903. 

1584. - The Figure-head (Representing King George III.), 
Coat of Arms, and six carved figures from the stern of 
His Majesty's Royal Yacht, "Royal George." 

The " Royal George " was laid down at DeptTord in May. 
1814. from the designs of Sir Henry Peake, Surveyor of the 
Navy, and launched in July, 1817. Her dimensions were 
as follows : Length between perpendiculars. 103 feet ; 
length of keel for tonnage, 84 ft. 4^ ins. ; breadth, extreme, 
26 ft. 8 ins. ; breadth, for tonnage, 26 ft. 6 ins. ; depth in 
hold. 11 ft. 6 ins. ; burthen in tons, 330 tons. 

The " Royal George " was built of wood and rigged as a 
ship, and was remarkable for her excellent sailing qualities. 
She was laid up in Portsmouth Harbour in charge of the 
Master, and was only fitted out when specially required for 
the Royal Service. The lieutenants, mates, assistant- 
surgeon, and crew were employed on board the "Panta- 
loon," attached to the Royal Yacht as a tender. The 
" Pantaloon " was employed in looking after fisheries, 
conveying mails, and in any other service that might be 


In August, 1842 the "Royal George" arrived at Wool- 
wich an<T conveyed Her Majesty Queen Victoria and His 
Royal Highness Prince Albert to the Forth. The yacht 
proceeded down the Thames in tow of the "Monkey." in 
which King George IV. crossed from Holyhead to Ireland in 
1823. The escort consisted of Her Majesty's steam vessels 
"Shearwater," "Salamander" "Lightning" "Black 
Eagle" "Fearless," and " Rhadamanthus, and the 
Trinity House Yacht "Vestal." The "Trident" paddle- 
wheel steamer of 1,000 tons was hired to convey Her Majesty 
back to the Thames. The "Royal George," which had left 
the Forth at the same time as the " Trident " under sail, 
arrived at Woolwich on the 22nd September, nve days after 
the arrival of the "Trident"; ohe then returned to 

In 1843 the "Royal George" was paid off on the new 
Royal Yacht " Victoria and Albert " Doing commissioned. 
From 1843 to 1902 the " Royal George " was used as a hulk 
in which the officers and crew of the " Victoria and Albert " 
were accommodated when the latter was not required for 
service. On the 9th September, 1905. His Majesty g<tve 
instructions for the " Royal George " to be broken up. Given by 
His Majesty The King. 

1585. Two-edge Long Knife, with blunted end to form a club. 

West African. 

1586-1587. Pair of Long Two-edged Knives with sharp 
points, and steel point to handle. East African. 

1588. Five Spear Heads (Assegai). Zululand, South Africa. 
1589. Two Pike Heads (history unknown). 

1590. Three Short Spear Heads (Assegai). Zululand, South 

1591. Nigerian Dagger with sharp point. 

1592. Knife, leaf shaped. Central Africa. PethericTt Collection. 

1593. Broad-bladed Circular Knife, hook shaped. Central 
Africa. Petherick Collection. 


1594. Small Dagger. Central Africa. PethericU Collection. 

1595. -Small Dagger, blade being made of a Spear head. Central 
Africa. Petherick Collection. 

1596. -Nigerian Knife. 

1597. Dagger in wooden sheath. Central Africa. 

1598-1599. War Club. S.E. Africa. 

1600 War Club. Zululand. 

1601-1602. War Club. S.E. Africa. 

1603. War Hatchet (Kaffir). 

1604-1 605. -War Hatchet (Basuto). 

1606. War Hatchet (Kaffir), 

1607. Basuto Battle- Axe. 
1608. Kaffir Battle- Axe. 

1609. Ten Long Arrows. South American. The heads are of wood. 

1610. Seven Barbed Long Arrows. South America. The 
heads are made from hard wood. 

1611. Canoe Paddle. South America. 

1612. Sum pi tan or Blow Pipe, 9 feet 6 inches in length. South 

1613. Twenty-four Bows. South American. 
1614. Iron Skull Cap. 


1615 South American Lasso. 

1616. War Trumpet. Abyssinia. 

1617. Cross Bow from the Fan Country. West Africa. 

1618. Sword, Club and Shield, taken out of an Indian Canoe 
on the bank of the Orinoco River, South America. Given 
by Sir H. K. Porter, K.C.H. 

1619. Quiver, containing poisoned darts. South America. 

1620. Quiver with Arrows from Cross Sound. N.W.America. 

1621. Two Bows. Musquito Indians. South America. 

1622. Bundle of Indian Arrows from California. 

1623. Nine Arrows. Musquito Indians. South America. 

1624. Bundle of Indian Arrows. South America. 

1626. Bundle Of Arrows with flint heads. 

1626. Four Arrows. North American Indians. 

1627. Shield of untanned hide. Bechuanaland. South Africa. 

1628 Shield of thick untanned hide. White Nile District. 

1629 Basket-work Shield. South Africa. 

163O. Wooden Shield, with basket work at the ends. South Africa. 

1631. Kaffir Shield. South Africa. 


1632-1635. Zulu Shield, taken at Ulundi, July 4th, 1879. 

1636-1637. Percussion Pistol, sea service, with steel swivel 

1638. Sergeant's Sword (Infantry) of the time of George III. 
1639. Officer's Sword (Infantry) in use up to 1894. 
1640. Barbed Spear. Soudan. 

1641-1643. Spear, with sharp-pointed head and^four radiating ribs. 
Zanzibar. Given by Admiral Sir W. Parker. 

1644-1645. Long-bladed Spear. Central Africa. Given by 
Admiral Sir W: Parker. 

1646-1647. Spear from Madagascar. Given by Admiral Sir W. 

1648. Iron Spear. East Africa. Given by Admiral Sir W. Parker. 
1649-165O. Nubian Spear, ornamented with snake's skin. 
1651. Barbed Bifurcated Spear. East Africa. 
1652. Bifurcated Spear. East Africa. 
1653. Double-barbed Spear. East Africa. 
1654. Spear, with spiral barbs. Central Africa. 

1655. A Barbed Spade-shaped Spear. Central Africa. 

1656. Hand Rocket Tube with bayonet attached, 1801. 

1657-1658. Japanese Lacquer Shield. Given by Major- 
General G. M. Miller. C.B. 


1659-1660. Japanese Two-handed Sword. Cfivtn by 

Major-General G. M. Miller, C.B. 

1661. Japanese Two-handed Sword. Given by Major- 
General G. M. Miller, C.B. 

1662. Japanese Single-handed Sword. Git-en by Major- 
General G. M. Miller, C.B. 

1663. Japanese Two-handed Sword. Given by Major- 
General G. M. Miller, C.B. 

1664-167O. Japanese Short, Single-handed Sword. 

Given by Major-General G. M. Miller, C.B. 

1671. Japanese War Hat, with metal curtain. Given by Major- 
General G. M. Miller, C.B. 

1672. Japanese War Hat, with curtain and ear protectors. - 
Given by Major-General G. M. Miller, C.B. 

1673. A Turkish Yataghan. 

1674-1678. Boomerang. North Australia. The Boomerang was 
a missile weapon of war and the chase, used by the 
Aborigines of Australia, consisting of a rather flat piece of 
hard wood, bent or curved in its own plane, and from 16 
inches to two feet long. Generally, but not always, it is 
flatter on one side than on the other. In some cases the 
curve from end to end is nearly an arc of a circle, in others 
it is rather an obtuse angle than a curve, and in a few 
examples there is a slight reverse curve towards each end. 
In the hands of a skilful thrower the Boomerang can be 
projected to great distances, and can be made to ricochet 
almost at will ; it can be thrown in a curved path, somewhat 
as a bowl oan be "screwed," or "twisted," and it can be 
made to return to the thrower and strike tne ground behind 
him. It is capable of inflicting serious wounds. 

1679. Warn mera for projecting spears. North Australia. 
168O. Wooden War Hammer. Australia. 


1681. Wooden Club. Australia. 

1682-1683. War Club, Australia. 

1684. Combined Club and Paddle. Australia. 

1685. Wooden Shield. Australia. 

1686. Barbed Spear. East Africa. 

1687. War Club. South Australia. 

1688. War Hatchet. West Africa. Given to the donor by the King 
of Dahomy in 1847. 

1689. West African Dagger. 

169O. West African Dagger in sheath, with flat end to stand 

1691. Long-bladed Curved Knife. West Africa. 
1692. Short Dagger. West Africa. 

1693. Sharp-pointed Broad-bladed Dagger. East Africa. 

1694. Moorish Powder Horn. Given by General Sir Wm. 

Codrington, K.C.S. 

1695-1697. Japanese Knife. 

1698. War Trumpet from the Bight of Benin. West Africa. 

1699. War Club. New Zealand. 

1 TOO. War Club. West Africa. 


17O1. Shield. West Africa. 

17O2. Bamboo War Trumpet from Darnley Islands, Torres 


1 7 O3-1 7O4. Leather Qu i ver containing Arrows, from the Northern 

Territory of South Australia. 

7 O5. Boomerang. West Australia. 

1706. Carved Knife. West Africa. 

1707. Brass-hilted Dagger. West Africa. 
1708. War Club. West Africa. 

17O9. Circular Wooden Shield covered with hide. 
171O. Arabian Scimitar, with bone handle. 
1711. Arabian Scimitar, with wooden handle. 
1712. Abyssinian Dagger in hide scabbard. 
1713. Broad-bladed Knife from West Africa. 
1714. Arab Knife, with curved blade. 
1715. Mandingo Dagger. 
1716. Abyssinian Dagger in scabbard. 
1717 Nubian Yataghan. 

1 718. Abyssinian Sword in leather scabbard, with brass mountings. 
Given by Lord Napier of Magdala. 

1719. Abyssinian Spear, with long head. Given by Lord Napier 
of Magdala. 

172O. Mandingo Powder Flask. Given by the Hon. Lady Grey. 

1721. Mandingo Quiver with Arrows. 

1722. Madagascar Bow, G feet 8 inches long witli bamboo string. 


1723. Zanzibar Bow, ornamented with horse hair. 
1724-1727. Nubian War Club. 

1728. Flint-Lock Musket, English make, George IV. Smooth 

bore, steel rammer, barrel 38 inches, taken from the Fantee 

1729. Flint-Lock Musket, made by Barnett. London, date about 
1820. Smooth bore, wooden rammer, barrel 50 inches. 
Taken from the Fantee Tribe. 

173O. Short Flint-lock Carbine, with fore and back sights. 
English make, date about 1840. Steel rammer. Taken 
from the Fantee Tribe. 

1731-1733. Nubian Spear with sharp point and four radiating ribs. 

1734. Wooden Spear with elaborately carved head. West Africa. 

1735. Spear with spade-shaped head. East Africa. 

1 736. Spear on bamboo shaft. South-East Africa. 

1737. Long-Bladed Spear. Central Africa. 

1738. Barbed Spear. North-East Africa. 

1739. Barbed Spear. Central Africa. 

174O. Pike. Details unknown. 

1741-1743. Spear from Madagascar. 

1744. Spear from West Africa. 
1745. Barbed Spear. Central Africa. 

1746. Malay Gun, brass. Given by Lt.-ColonelR.F.S, Walker, C.M.G. 


1747. Mandingo Knife with scabbard. 

1748. Leaf-Shaped Knife with ivory handle. Central Africa. 
1749. Two-handed Long Japanese Sword. 
1751. Wammera for hurling spears. Northern Australia. 

1752. Waddy or War Club of the Australian Aborigines. It is 
grooved in such a way that the edges of the grooves serve 
as cutting edges to increase the efficacy of the blow. 

1753. Nubian Long Bow. 

1754. Long Wooden Spear. West Australia. 

1755. Long Spear with barbed wooden bifurcated head fixed to the 
shaft by gum. North Australia. 

1756. Flint-headed Spear. North Australia. The flint is fixed 
to the shaft by means of gum, and is sharpened. 

1757. Long Fish Spear. West Australia. With wooden baib. 

1758. Light Spear. West Australia. The head is formed of flints 
gummed in a line to the shaft. 

1759. Barbed Wooden Spear. West Australia. The end of the 

shaft is cut so as to form the barbs. 

176O. Barbed Wooden Spear. West Australia. The barbs are 
three inches in length. 

1761. Flint-headed Spear. North Australia. Gicen by A. C. 
Tupper, Esq. 

1762. Three Pronged Wooden Spear, the three heads being 
, fixed by means of gum. Northern Australia. 

1763. Barbed Wooden Spear. North Australia. 

1764. Barbed Wooden Spear. North Australia, The head 
being attached to the shaft by gum and hair. 


1 765. Barbed Wooden Spear. Western Australia. 

1766. Wooden Spear with carved head. New Zealand. 

1767. Barbed Wooden Spear. Northern Australia. The head 
is fixed by means of gum and cord 

1768-1774. Australian Boomerang:- (See 1674.) 

1775. Boomerang. Australian. One end is broadened. 

1776. Knife, shaped like a Boomerang. Central Africa. 
1777-1778 Narrow Wooden Shield. West Australia. 
1779 Australian Waddy. 
178O. Wammera. Northern Australia. 

1781 Nubian Club. 

1 782. Long Narrow-bladed Dagger, with an engraved blade 
and metal pommel, the sheath is open work with brass 
fittings. District unknown. 

1783-1784. Shield of Rhinoceros hide. Zanzibar. 
1785. Powder Horn. Particulars unknown. 
1786-1787. Bhootanee Quiver with Arrows. 
1788. Bundle of Arrows. Nubia. 

1789. Leather Shield from Abyssinia, with silver plates for 
decoration. Given by Lord Napier of Magdala. 

179O. Leather Shield of Rhinoceros hide. 

1791. Abyssinian Shield made of hide. Given by Field-Marshal 
H.R.H. The Duke of Cambridge, K.G. 

1.92-1793 Hide Shield. North-East Africa. 

1794, Narrow Wooden Shield. North Australia. 


1795. Wooden Circular Shield, with painted designs. Borneo. 
1796. Short Wooden Paddle, carved throughout. Hervey Islands. 
1797. Long Wooden Spear. West Australia. 

1798. Eight-Barbed Spear. North Australia. 

1799. Wooden Spear. West Australia. 

1800. Eight-barbed Spear. North Australia. 

1801. Native Hunting or Fighting Spear. South-West 

18O2. Barbed Spear. British New Guinea. 

1803. Short Wooden Paddle, carved throughout. Hervey 

1804. Bow with five Arrows. Ceylon. 

1805. Suit Of Fibre Armour with head covering. Pleasant Island. 
Given by Colonel Sir G. Arthur, Bart. 

18O6-18O8. Painted Spear. Ceylon. 

18O9. Ceylon Spear, painted elaborately in scarlet and yellow, the 
Spear head is flat and damasceened. 

1 810. Black Ceylon Spear, the head damasceened. 
1811. Ceylon Spear, painted red. black and yellow. 
1812. Ceylon Painted Spear, with small head. 

1813. Long Wooden Ceylon Painted Spear, with bifurcated 

1814. Painted Ceylon Spear, with metal point. 
1815. Painted Ceylon Bill-hook. 
1816. Carved War Club. New Guinea. 
1817-1818. Match-Lock Musket from Borneo. 

1819-1820. Borneo Sword, the blade widening towards the point, 
carved wooden handle. Given by the Lords Commissioners 
of the Admiralty. 

1821. Borneo Sword, the blade widening towards the point, carved 
wooden handle. 

1822. Dyak Sword. Borneo. 
1823-1825. Dyak Sword. Borneo. 
1826. Javanese Knife. 
1827. Borneo Krees. 


1828. Javanese Krees with wooden handle. 
1829. Javanese Knife. 
183O. Javanese Krees. 
1831. Javanese Knife. 

1832. Javanese Krees. Given by Major- General Sir Jasper 
Nicholls. K.C.B. 

1833. Javanese Knife. Git-en fry Major-General Sir Jasper 
Nicholh, K.C.B. 

1834. Malay Krees, with leaf-shaped blade and wooden handle. 
1835-1836. Malay Knife, with bone handle. 

1837-1861. Collection of Spears and Lances from Borneo, 
Java, Malay, etc. 

1862. Borneo Sword, broadening at the end. 
1863-1864. Javanese Sword with wooden handle. 
1865. East Indian Klewang or Sword with broad end. 

1866. East Indian Klewang with wooden handle and broad- 
blunted end. 

1867. Javanese Sword with wooden handle. 

1868. East Indian Klewang, with wooden handle and guard. 

1869. East Indian Klewang with wooden handle. 

1 87 O. Match-Lock Musket from Java. 

1871. Match-Lock Musket from Sumatra. 

1872. Borneo Shield with large Umbo. 

1873. Wood and Wicker Shield from Borneo. 

1874. Sword from Singo, Java. 

1875-1884. Collection of Spears from the Naga Hills, Assam. 
Given by Major J, G. Burns, Bengal Army. 

1885. New Zealand Paddle. 
1886. Heavy War Club. Fiji Islands. 
1887. Heavy Canoe Paddle. Fiji Islands. 
1888. New Zealand War Hatchet with metal head. 
1889 Long New Zealand Wooden War Hatchet. 
1890. Long New Zealand Paddle. 


1891-1893 __ Chief's Staff. New Zealand. 

1894. Long New Zealand War Hatchet. 

1895. New Zealand War Hatchet, ornamented with feathers. 

1896. Broad Fiji Canoe Paddle. 

1897. Canoe Paddle with spade-shaped head. Solomon Islands. 

1898. -Fiji War Club with carved handle. 

1899. Canoe Paddle, spade-shaped head. Solomon Islands. 

1900. Heavy War Club, with carved handle. Fiji Islands. . 

1901. Heavy War Club. Fiji Islands. 

19O2-19O5. Heavy War Club with bifurcated head. Fiji Islands. 
19O6. - Very Heavy War Club with bifurcated head. Fiji Islands. 
1 907-1 91 0. Heavy War Club with bifurcated head. Fiji Islands. 
1911. Heavy War Club (New Caledonia), with bifurcated head. 

1912. War Hatchet, with carved wooden handle and stone head. 
Hei vey Islands. 

1913-1914-. Long War Hatchet with elaborately carved wooden 
handle and stone head. Hervey Islands. 

1915. Heavy Wooden War Club with two knobs. Otaheite. 

1916-1918. Short War Club with heavy circular end. Fiji Islands. 

1919. Very Heavy Carved War Club, 3 inches in diameter. 
Fiji Islands. 

192O. Heavy Wooden War Club, with circular end. Fiji Islands. 
1921. Stone War Hatchet. Fiji Islands. 

1922-1924. War Club with bent heavy head. Fiji Islands. 

1925. Large Copper Dervish Drum. Gicen by H.M. King 
Edward VII. 

1926. Large Dervish Drum. Given by II M & ing Edward VII. 

1927. Large Brass Benares Gong. Git-en by H.M. King 

1928. Bow from the Island of Madeira. 

1929. War Club. Friendly Island. Carved throughout, circular 
handle, and flat head. 

193O-1931. Circular War Club. Fiji Islands. Carved throughout. 

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1932-1933. Canoe Paddle. Friendly Islands. Carved throughout. 

1934-1935. War Club. Friendly Islands. Widening towards the 
end. carved throughout. 

1936. War Club. Friendly Islands. Carved throughout, with broad 
head, flattened at the end. Given by H.M. King Edward 

1937-1938. War Club. Friendly Islands, carved throughout, with 
broad head. 

1939-1940. War Club. Friendly Islands. Carved throughout, and 
flattening towards the end. 

1941. Carved Canoe Paddle. Sandwich Islands. 

1942-1964. Collection of Spears, Lances, and Blow 
Pipes from the Malay Peninsula, Borneo, etc. 

1965. Malay Shield. Taken from Pirates Gieen. l>y Captain Sir 
Spencer L. H. Vassall, E.N. 

1966. Malay Shield. Gicenby the Him. Lady Grey. 

1967. Malay Shield. 

1968. Malay Sword with square pommel. 

1969-1983. Collection of Kreeses, Knives, Swords, etc. 

from Malay and Java. 

1984-2OOO. Collection of Spears, Blow-Pipes, Lances, 
etc. from Malay, New Guinea, Borneo, etc. 

2O01. Drapeau du 52 e Regiment, formerly Le Regiment la 
Fere, formed in 1654, taken at Bastia, 1794. It is one 
of the earliest French Colours known to be in existence. 
It is white, with a tricolour of blue, white, and red, in the 
upper canton, showing that it belonged to the 1st Battalion. 
It has also a tricolour border of blue, white, and red on 
either of the three edges. Otherwise it resembles the 
Colour of the 26e Regiment. (2005.) Given by Lieut.- 
General Sir Henry E. Bunbury. St., K.C.B. 

2OO2. Drapeau des Volontaires du Departement de 
la Corse, 1791-94. Taken at Bastia in 171)4. It is a tricolour 
of blue, white, and red; the blue being on the top, and 
then the Colours white and red. On the one side, within 
a wreath, are the words " Viver. Liber. 1.0. Morire " in 
gold, evidently the Corsican patois for " Je meurs pour 
vivre libre"; and on the reverse, " Republica-Francese." 
Napoleon was the first Colonel of the Regiment. Given by 
Lieut. -General Sir Henry E. Bunbury, Bt. K.C.B. 


2003. Drapeau du 2 Bataillon du Departement des 

Bouches du Rhone, 1 7!) l-i>4, taken at liastia in 1794. It 
is an ordinary tricolour of red, white, and blue, and is 
seven feet deep on the pole. It has a border of alternate 
blue, white, and red. On the one side, in gold, are the 
words "Departement des Bouches 2me Bon," and on the 
reverse, " Egalite, Liberte 2"ie Bon." Given by Lieut.- 
General Sir Henry E. Bunbury, Bt., K.C.B. 

2004. Drapeau du 1 Bataillon du Departement de 

I'Aveyron. 1792-94, taken at Bastia. It is a tricolour of blue, 
white, and red, with a white stripe across the centre, and 
is five feet nine inches square. On the one side are the 
words '" Subordination, Obeissance a la Loi," and on the 
reverse, li l er Bataillon d'Aveyron Republique Fran9aise " 
in gold. Given by Lieut. -General Sir Henry E. Bunbury, 
Bt., K.C.B. 

2005. Drapeau du 26' Regiment, 1792-94, taken at Calvi. 
It is the same both sides, white, with the letters and numerals 
in gold. The wreath surrounding the number is green. At 
either end of the cross are tricolour lozenges of blue, white, 
and 1 red, which, by a decree of 28th November, 1792. were 
ordered to be placed over the fleurs de lys, which had, before 
that, adorned the Colours of the French Army. 

The 26e Regiment, formerly Le Regiment Bresse, was 
formed in 1775 from the 2nd and 4th Battalions of the 
Regiment de Poiton, and in 1794 was incorporated in the 
52nd Demi-Brigade. Given by Lieut. -General Sir Henry 
E. Bunbury, Bt., K.C.B. 

2006. Guidon (Provisional) of the 22nd Regiment, 1812, taken in 
Wellington's victory over the French at Salamanca. It 
was brought home and laid at the feet of His Royal High- 
ness the Prince Regent, by Captain Lord Clinton, 16th 
Light Dragoons, Aide-de-Camp to the Earl of Wellington.- 
Given by Lieut. -General Sir Henry E. Bunbury, Bart., 
K.C.B. ' 

2007. Guidon (Provisional) of the 02nd Regiment, 1812, taken in 
Wellington's victory over the French at Salamanca. It was 
brought home and laid at the feet of His Royal Highness 
the Prince Regent, by Captain Lord Clinton, 16th Light 
Dragoons, Aide-de-Camp to the Earl of Wellington. Given 
by Lieut. -General Sir Henry E. Banbury, Bart., K.C.B. 

2008. Russian Brass Band Instrument, taken in the 
War in the Crimea. Given by Miss Hume. 

2OO9. Russian Helmet of the 26th Regiment, from the 
Crimea. Given by Miss Hume. 

2O1O. Russian Short Sword, as carried by Pioneers in the 
Crimean War. Given by Miss .Hume. 


2O11-2O13. Three Russian Muzzle-loading Percussion 

Muskets brought from the Crimea, 1854. Given by Miss Hume. 

2014. Smooth-bore Elephant Percussion M.L. Gun, 

1850. Given by His Majesty King Edward VII. 

2015. German Converted M.L. Percussion Smooth 
Bore Military Musket, 1845. Given by His Majesty King 
Edward TIL 

2016. Brass Chinese Gun M. L., constructed in nine pieces to 
screw together, taken by the British Troops at the Capture 
of Pekin, August 14th. 1900. Given by Major-General >b'ir 
A. Gaselee, G.C.I.E., K.C.S. 

2017. Marble Bust of Lord Nelson, sculptured by Sir Francis 
Chantrey, 1835. by command of Ilis Majesty King William 
IV. It formerly stood in the Guard Chamber of Windsor 
Castle. Given by His Majesty King Edward VII. 

2O18. Lower Portion of the Main-mast of H.M.S. 
"Victory." 2,162 tons, 104 guns, Lord Nelson's Flagship at the 
Battle of Trafalgar. This relic was presented to King Wil- 
liam IV., at that time Duke of Clarence, and. until his 
accession to the throne in 1830, was kept in a miniature 
temple in the grounds of Bushey Lodge. The hole through 
the mast was made by a round shot fired from the French 
74-gun ship " Redoutable." It is recorded that while at 
Bushey a pair of robins took up their abode in the hole and 
reared a brood of young ones, which were great favourites 
of the King and Queen Adelaide. The mast was removed 
to Windsor Castle in 1830, where it remained throughout 
the reigns of King William IV. and Queen Victoria. The 
horseshoe near the base was nailed there by the seamen of 
the " Victory " as an omen of good fortune. Given by His 
Majesty, King Edward VII. 

2O19. Piece of the Jib-boom of H.M.S. "Victory." 

Given by His Majesty King Edward VII. 

2020. Portion of the "Victory's" Mizzen Topmast, 

which was cut in two early in the action of Trafalgar, by a 
shot from the French Flagship " Bucentaure." Given by 
His Majesty King Edward VII. 

2O21. A Double-headed Shot, fired from the Spanish Flagship 
" Santissima Trindada," which killed eight of the crew 
of H.M.S. "Victory " at Trafalgar. Given by His Majesty 
King Edward VII. 

2022. A Round Shot from the unexpended store of the "Victory." 
Given by His Majesty King Edward VII. 


2023. -Filipino Field-piece, made from a piece of piping cased 
in wood and supported by Iron Bands taken by the Ameri- 
cans in March, 1899, in the Filipino American Wai. Given 
by Staff Surgeon C. M. Beadnell, E.N. 

2024. War Drum, hollowed from a solid block of wood (Bari tribe, 
Central Africa). 

2025. -War Drum (Central Africa) hollowed from the trunk of a 

2O26. War Drum (West Africa). 

2O27. Drum (Central Africa), headed with raw-hide. 

2O28.Asha.nti War Drum of similar construction to ordinary 
military side-drum. 

2O29. Mandingo Drum (West Africa). 

2O3O.-War Drum taken in the Ashanti War, 1873-74. Given by 
Colonel Sir Garnet Wolseley. 

2O31. -War Drum taken at the action of Amoaful, near Coomassie, 
Ashanti, on January 31st, 1874. Given by Colonel Sir 
Garnet Wolseley. 

2032. - A Pair of Kettle-drums taken at Kandahar in 1880 from 
the Afghans. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

2033. Saddle used by Field-Marshal Prince Blucher von Wahlstadt 
at the Battle of Waterloo, 1815. Blucher, a renowned 
Prussian General, was born in 1742, and distinguished 
himself at Leystadt, Jena, Lutzen, and Leipsic, but was 
defeated by .Napoleon at Ligny two days before Waterloo. 
He afterwards deceived Grouchy, who tried to prevent his 
junction with the British Army under Wellington, and by 
a skilful and dangerous flank movement, his troops arrived 
at Waterloo in time to decide the great victory, and to 
participate in the pursuit. He died in 1819. Given by 
Major Daniell. 

2034. Skeleton of Marengo, N T apoleon's favourite charger. 
Marengo was a light grey barb, 14 hands one inch in heignt, 
and was procured by Napoleon in Egypt after the Battle 
of Aboukir in 1799. The horse was ridden by him at the 
Battle of Marengo. and named after the victory. It is 
believed subsequently to have carried his master at Auster- 
litz in 1805, at Jena in 1806, at Wagram in 1809, in the 
Russian Campaign of 1812, and at Waterloo in 1815, when 
he was wounded in the near hip. After Napoleon's defeat 
at Waterloo, Lord Petre gained possession of the horse 
and sold it to Lieut. -General J. J. W. Angerstein, who 
kept it at New Barnes, Ely, and bred from it. The animal 
was well cared for in his old age, and on his death his 
skeleton was given to this museum by Lieut. -General An- 
gerstein. Given by Lieut. -General J. J. W. Angerstein. 



2O35-2O36. Colours of the 33rd Regiment, 1832-54, then 
known as the 1st Yorkshire (West Riding) which were 
presented to the battalion, in 1832, at Weedon, by General 
Sir Charles Whale, K.C.B., colonel of the regiment. The 
first is the ordinary Royal colour, or Great Union ; and 
the second, or regimental colour, the Red Cross of St. 
George on a white field, and only two honours are attached, 
those of "Peninsula" and " Seringapatam." They have 
never been on active service, but they are associated with 
two interesting military events. From 1838 to 1840 the 
33rd 1 were at Gibraltar, and there under these colours 
H.R.H. the late Commander-in-Chief, then Prince George 
of Cambridge, was attached for duty to the battalion on his 
first introduction to the British Army. The 33rd, as is 
well known, monopolised most of the regimental service of 
the great Duke of Wellington, and at his funeral on the 
18th November, 1852 to attend which the regiment was 
brought to London from Glasgow these colours proved a 
conspicuous mark. The colours were retired from service 
at Dublin in 1854, prior to the 33rd proceeding to the 
Crimea. They were deposited at Danesbury, Welwyn, 
in Hertfordshire, with the commanding officer ; and 1 were 
presented by his widow to the Royal United Service 
Museum on 13th April, 1861. 

2O37-2O38. Colours of the 43rd Monmouthshire 
Light Infantry, 1818-27, now the 1st Battalion Oxfordshire 
Light Infantry, one of the regiments of the cele- 
brated Light Division of Peninsula fame. The 1st 
or Royal colour, is the Great Union ; and the second, 
or regimental colour, the Red Cross of St. George on 
the white field. They only bear the one distinction, 
" Peninsula," the other honours shortly afterwards 
authorised not having been added. They were made 
to replace those carried with such distinguished honour in 
the Peninsula, and were presented to the regiment in 1818 
at Valenciennes by Lady Blakeney, wife of Colonel Sir 
Edward Blakeney, K.C.B., commanding the 7th Fusiliers, 
which, with the 23rd Fusiliers and 43rd Light Infantry, 
formed Major-General Sir James Kemp's brigade of the 
Army of Occupation in France. Lieut. -Colonel C. C. 
Patrickson, C.B., commanded the 43rd, with Lieut. -Colonel 
W. F. Napier, C.B., the historian of the Peninsula War, 
for his major. The colours were carried on parade at the 
celebrated review held on 23rd October, 1818, the day before 
the break-up of the Army, when the whole of the British. 
Hanoverian, Saxon, and Danish contingents, commanded 
by the Duke of Wellington, were paraded before the 
Emperor of Russia and King of Prussia near Valenciennes. 
They were again on parade when the 43rd were inspected 
at Gibraltar, in 1822, by General Foissac le Tour, command- 
ing the French army in Spain ; the occasion when he was 
forced to admit that the regiment moved quicker than the 
French infantry, whom he had hitherto prided himself 
were the fastest in Europe. Their last public act was to 


accompany the regiment to the Peninsula, in 1827, when 
5,UOO British troops were despatched under General Sir 
Henry Clinton, owing to the disturbed state of Portugal 
and the hostile attitude of Spain. A few months later 
the colours were retired from service, when a new set 
bearing the eleven additional honours authorised in 1821 
were presented by Mrs. Haverfield, wife of the commanding 
officer, Lieut. -Colonel William Haverfield. On the death of 
Colonel Haverfield, in 1830, the old colours came into the 
possession of Lieut. -Colonel Henry Booth, K.H., who died in 
1841. On 8th April, 1895, they were presented to the Royal 
United Service Museum by Colonel J. Johnstone and the 
officers of the 43rd (.now the 1st Battalion Oxfordshire 
Light Infantry), to be placed alongside those of the sister- 
battalion, the 52nd Ligfct Infantry. 

2039-2040. Colours of the 52nd Light Infantry, 1324- 
52, now the 2nd Battalion of the Oxfordshire Light 
Infantry, and they appropriately hang nest those of their 
linked battalion and old Peninsula comrades, the 43rd. 
The Royal or King's colour, is the Great Union, and is so 
dilapidated that it can scarcely hold the honours attached 
to it. The regimental colour, which is in much better 
condition, is of buff silk, and bears fifteen honours the 
largest number granted at the time to any corps, save one, 
the Rifle Brigade. They were presented to the regiment 
at St. John's, New Brunswick, in 1823, to replace the 
colours which the 52nd had so nobly borne in the Peninsula 
and Waterloo. In that great struggle, the 52nd were 
commanded by the celebrated Lieut.-Colonel John Colborne, 
afterwards Lord Seaton, he whom Napier justly described 
as " a man of singular talents for war, and capable of 
turning the fate of a battle." This distinguished soldier, 
who had so often led the regiment to victory, and never 
hurried it into defeat, commanded the 52nd when these 
colours were taken into use in 1824. They have never 
faced a foreign foe, but they were silent witnesses of the 
steady discipline and bravery of the regiment on board the 
transport " Marquis of Huntly," which was nearly lost in 
a hurricane in the Atlantic in 1831. It is a coincidence 
that these colours and those of the 43rd, lying alongside, 
faced each other on parade when the two regiments relieved 
each other at the Beggar's Bush Barracks, in Dublin, on 1st 
February, 1833. They accompanied the 52nd at home and 
abroad for nearly twenty-eight years, and were borne on 
parade for the last time at Dublin on Her Majesty's birth- 
day in 1852, when the regiment received a new set from 
their Lieut.-Colonel, Cecil William Forester. When 
Siborne's celebrated model of Waterloo was shortly after- 
wards placed in the Royal United Service Museum, Lieut.- 
Colonel Forester and the officers of the regiment presented 
the old colours to be placed near it. 

2O4I-2O42. Colours of the 66th Regiment, 1812-14. or 
2nd Battalion Berkshire Regiment, which have a peculiar 


history attached to them. The 2nd Battalion of this regi- 
ment, with the 2nd Battalion 48th, the Buffs, and 31st, 
were in Colborne's brigade at Albuera, which was nearly 
destroyed. The loss of the four battalions amounted to 
1,413, of which the 66th reached 272; and so weak had they 
become that it was found necessary to form them into 
Provisional Battalions, when the 66th and the 31st were 
formed into a battalion commanded by Colonel Leith, of 
the 31st. It was necessary to supply the 66th with new 
colours after the battle. They duly arrived early in 1812, 
but were not taken into use because the colours of the 31st, 
as the senior regiment, were carried by the Provisional 
Battalion. They were, therefore, sent home, and when the 
regiment arrived in England in the summer of 1814, were 
sent to Plymouth to meet the battalion. But they were 
lost, never reached their destination, and it was necessary 
to make another set for the battalion. Not long after- 
wards they turned up again, but too late to be taken into 
use. They came into the possession of the commanding 
officer, and were presented to the Royal United 1 Service 
Museum on 8th March, 1876, by Miss I/ouisa Nicolls, a 

2043-2O44. Colours of the Sirmoor Light Infantry, 

1844-50, now the 2nd (Prince of Wales's Own) Gurkha 
(Rifle) Regiment. They were presented to the regiment 
about the year 1844, and retired from service about 1850. 
The first is the ordinary Queen's colour, or Great Union ; 
and the second, or regimental colour, is a plain black sheet 
with the words, " Sirmoor Light Infantry," encircled by a 
wreath ; the uniform of the regiment being dark green, 
with black facings and black lace. Both are perforated 
with bullets and stained with blood. They were carried by 
the regiment in the campaign on the Sutlej, in 1845-46, 
and were present when it saved the cantonment and city 
of Loodianah, and in the subsequent defence of the city. 
They were in the Battles of Bhuddiwal, and Aliwal, in the 
latter of which the battalion suffered severely. In Lord 
Gough's victory over the Sikhs at Aliwal, where the regi- 
ment lost 145 killed and wounded, the colours were nearly 
shot to pieces. The pole of the King's colour was shot in 
half, and is now spliced. The native officer carrying the 
black regimental colour was killed, and the colour captured, 
but the enraged Gurkhas, by a frantic effort, recovered 
what was left of it, but without the pole, for which they 
substituted the bamboo on which its honoured remains now 
hang. They were presented to the Museum by General 
Sir Charles Reid, G.C.B., who was adjutant and second 
in command of the battalion in the campaign. 

2O45-2O46. Colours of the Sirmoor Rifle Battalion, 

1850-63, the successors of the two above described. They 
were presented about 1850, and retired from service in 
1863. The first or Queen's colour is the Great Union, and 
the second or regimental colour, black, with the words in 


gold letters in the centre. " Sirmoor Light Infantry," sur- 
rounded by a wreath. They were with the regiment- one 
of the few which remained loyal during its brilliant service 
in the Indian Mutiny Campaign of 1857-59. They 
were at the battle of Badlee-Ke-Serai, and throughout the 
celebrated siege of Delhi, when this brave band of Gurkhas 
sustained and defeated twenty-six separate attacks upon 
their posts on the right of the ridge, in which they lost 
eight officers killed and wounded out of nine, and 327 men 
killed and wounded out of 490 of all grades. Both colours 
have been shot through and are blood-stained. The black 
regimental colour \yas cut clean in two by a 32-pounder 
round shot, which killed and wounded three officers and ten 
men. For its distinguished services the regiment was 
permitted, though a rifle battalion, to continue carrying 
colours, and was further granted an extra or honorary 
regimental colour. In 1863, when the regiment decided to 
discontinue carrying colours as unsuitable to a rifle bat- 
talion, Her Majesty the Queen presented it with an 
honorary truncheon, which was publicly delivered to the 
regiment on parade, and now holds a distinguished place in 
the corps. These colours were presented to the Museum 
in 1895, by General Sir Charles Reid, G.C.B., who com- 
manded the regiment with greatest distinction during the 

2047. -Royal Colour of the Kumaon Local Battalion 

(now the 1st Bn.) 3rd Gurkha Rifles, being the Great Union. 

2048. - Regimental Colour of the same Regiment, being 

a field of Black with a Union, and a wreath encircling the 
words " Kumaon Local Battalion." 

2049. The Regimental Colour of the 2nd Light In- 
fantry of the British Swiss Legion, being a red cross 
on a black ground, with the name of the Regiment in the 
centre and its number on the Union in the Upper Canton. 
The Battalion was raised for service in the Crimea, 

2050. The Royal Colour of a Regiment, untraceable. 

2051. -Regimental Colour of the 6th Light Infantry 
Battalion of the British-German Legion. Raised 
in 1855 and disbanded in 1857. It is similar in descrip- 
tion to No. 2049. 

2052. Regimental Colour of the Royal Merioneth 
Militia (now 4th Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers). The Colour dates 
from 1810, and was carried during the latter few years 
of the Peninsula War Embodiment. It is blue with a 
small Union in the Upper Canton. It was returned to 
the Tower in 1839. 


2O53. Regimental Colour of the Herefordshire Militia 

(now 4th Battalion King's Shropshire Light Infantry). 
It is Apple Green with the County Arms in the "centre. It 
was carried during the last few years of the Peninsula 
War Embodiment, being presented in 1810. and returned 
to the Tower in 1839. 

2G54. Regimental Colour of the 1st Light Infantry 
Battalion of the British-Swiss Legion. Its descrip- 
tion and history are similar to 2049. 

2055. Royal Colour of the 4th Light Infantry Bat- 
talion of the British-German Legion, being the Great 
Union with Royal Crown in the centre and the name of 
the Regiment labelled beneath it. It was carried between 
1855 and 1857. 

2056. Regimental Colour of the South Hampshire 
Light Infantry Militia, being yellow with the Small Union 
in the Upper Canton. The Colour was in use between the 
years 1812 and 1839. Edward Gibbon, the Roman His- 
torian, was at one time Colonel of the Regiment. 

2057-2058. Two Standards of the 2nd Life Guards, 

1820-30, carried during the ten years of George IV. reign, and 
presented to the Museum on 14th May, 1849, by the 
lat< General St. John A. Clerke, K.H., Colonel of the 75th 
Regiment. They are made of crimson damask, fringed and 
embroidered with gold. They have never been on active 
service, and are associated rather with ceremonies of State. 
They did duty at the coronation of the King, when the 
regiment appeared for the first time in bearskin grenadier 
caps. They accompanied the regiment at the funeral of 
H.R.H. the Duke of York, Commander-in-Chief of the 
British Army, and at the funeral of George IV. They 
were again displayed at the accession of William IV., the 
founder of this Institution. 

2O59-2O61. Three Standards of the 4th (Royal Irish) 
Dragoon Guards, 1820-37. The first, or King's standard, is 
of crimson damask,, of the guidon shape, and edged all 
round with gold and crimson fringe. In the centre is 
the Union badge of the rose, thistle, and shamrock 
on one stalk ; underneath is the word " Peninsula " in a 
scroll ; and in each of the four corners, in blue silk, an oval 
badge. The second standard is of blue damask, fringed 
with gold, and the small ovals at the corners on red silk. 
In the centre is the Star of St. Patrick. These standards 
have seen no service more actual than the suppression of 
riots in England and Ireland : but like those of the 2nd Life 
Guards, they recall many State ceremonies and escorts. 
They are associated, in this manner, with Queen Adelaide, 
William IV.. Don Miguel of Portugal, and the Queen of 
Portugal. They were taken into use about the time when 
the regiment was reduced to six troops. Previous to this 


the troops were classified according to the colour of the 
horses, there being two black troops, two brown troops, two 
bay, one bright bay, and one chestnut. Presented to the 
Museum by the late General Sir Edward Cooper Hodge, 
G.C.B., colonel of the regiment, on 6th June, 1858. 

2062-2065. Four Guidons Of the 23rd Light Dragoons, 

circa, 1803-H5, believed to have led the regiment in its celebrated 
charge at Talavera in 1809. The regiment was in Anson's 
brigade, which was ordered by Sir Arthur Wellesley to 
attack Villatte's Division, and the 23rd, starting at a 
canter, and increasing their speed' as they advanced, rode 
headlong against the enemy, but in a few moments came 
upon the brink of a hollow cleft, which was not perceptible 
at a distance. The regiment plunged down without a 
check ; men and horses rolling over each other in dreadful 
confusion. The survivors mounted the opposite bank, by 
twos and threes, and rallying, passed through the midst of 
Villatte's columns, which poured in a fire from each side, 
and fell upon a brigade of French Chasseurs in the rear. 
The combat was fierce, but short ; for fresh troops came up 
when the 23rd, already overmatched, could scarcely hold 
up against the Chasseurs. The regiment lost two hundred 
and seven men and officers, or about half the number that 
went into action. The racings of the regiment being 
crimson, the first guidon was, as usual, of that hue. For 
distinction's sake, though hardly in accordance with the 
Regulations, the other guidons were blue. It is impossible to 
decide with exact certainty the date when they were made, 
but probably soon after the regiment was renumbered, in 
1803; the battle honours, "Peninsula," "Talavera," were 
added in 1815 or 1816, where space could be found for them. 
On the conversion of the regiment into Lancers, in 1816, 
the standards were discarded. The 23rd Light Dragoons 
were raised in 1795, as the 26th Light Dragoons, and were 
renumbered the 23rd in 1803, converted into Lancers in 
1816, and disbanded in 1817. The standards were pre- 
sented to the Museum by Major F. Bolton, on 20th 
August, 1872. 

2O66. Model of the Field and Battle of Waterloo, 

18th June, 1815. The construction of this Model of the 
great victory achieved by the British Army under the 
Duke of Wellington, assisted by the Prussians under Field- 
Marshal Blucher, was, with the approval of the Authori- 
ties, commenced in 1831 by Captain William Siborne, late 
of the 9th and 47th Regiments, an officer familiar to the 
Army as the Author of the " History of the War in France 
and Belgium in 1815." 

For a considerable time Captain Siborne was employed 
upon the field, in taking an accurate survey of the ground, 
and in ascertaining, with the greatest mathematical pre- 
cision, the position and extent of every object and enclosure, 
and the level of the surface and its undulations. Every 
village, every house and farm-yard, every knot of trees, 


every field is given with the closest accuracy, from a six 
months' personal observation, aided by the most authentic 

The Model is constructed upon a scale of nine feet to 
a mile. It is 21 feet 4 inches in length, by 19 feet 8 inches 
in breadth, and comprises an area of 400 square feet. 

It affords a complete representation of the ground on 
which the battle was fought. As nearly as possible it 
shows the disposition of the hostile armies at 7.45 p.m., 
the turning point of the battle, when the second column 
of the French Imperial Guard was received in front by 
Major-General Peregrine Maitland's Brigade, consisting of 
the 2nd and 3rd Battalions of the 1st Foot Guards, and 
attacked in flank by Major-General Frederick Adam's 
Brigade, composed of the 52nd Light Infantry, 71st High- 
land Light Infantry, and the 95th (Rifle) Regiment. 

Captain Siborne spared no exertion in endeavouring to 
procure accurate information as to the position of the 
divisions of both armies at this crisis of the battle. With 
the permission of the Commander-in-Chief he addressed 
every officer in the Service, who, from the command which 
he then held, or from the circumstance in which he was 
olaced on that occasion, was likely to be able to afford 

The Model was exhibited for a short time in public, after 
which, in response to a generally expressed desire that it 
should be procured for the country, its purchase was 
effected in 1851, and it was presented to the Royal United 
Service Museum. No fewer than fourteen Regiments of 
Cavalry, arid forty-seven Battalions of Infantry, as well 
as the Royal Artillery and Royal Engineers, contributed 
to its acquirement. Prominent in liberality amongst the 
individual subscribers was His late Royal H%hness the 
Prince Consort, and, amongst regimental subscribers, the 
Brigade of Guards in which the Non-Commissioned Officers 
as well as the Officers contributed handsomely. 

The long road stretching from the centre of the Eastern 
side of the Model to the opposite side, is the road from 
Brussels to Charleroi. Brussels formed the centre of the 
Duke of Wellington's original position. Thence, at dawn 
on the 16th June, he marched on Nivelles and Quatre Bras. 
Defeating the French Marshal Ney at Quatre Bras, he 
proceeded on the 17th June to his position in front of 
Waterloo, on the field of which the troops bivouacked in 
the open : throughout the night preceding the Battle of 
Waterloo it rained incessantly, and very little rest was in 
consequence afforded the troops. 

llie line nearest the Eastern side from which smoke is 
proceeding is that of the Allies, engaged with the French 
in their front. On the left of the Brussels-Charleroi Road 
are Kempt's and Lambert's British Brigades; on the right 
are the King's German Legion, the Brigades of Hanover- 
ians, Nassaus. Brunswickers, and Halkett's, Maitland's 
and Adams' British Brigades. The last three British 


Brigades are engaged in meeting the final effort of Napo- 
leon's Imperial Guard, which was the crisis of the great 
battle. The position of Napoleon at this moment was be- 
tween La Haye Sainte and La Belle Alliance on the right 
of the Brussels-Charlerpi Road. Wellington's position was 
in rear of the right of Mainland's Brigade. 

The advance upon the British Line, of the French Im- 
perial Guard under a tremendous fire from the British 
batteries on the high ground on their left was the crisis 
of the Battle, for on its success or failure depended the 
fate of Napoleon, and the destinies of Europe. The dark 
mass, almost in the centre of the model and on the right 
of the Brussels-Charleroi road, is the first column of Napo- 
leon's devoted band of warriors, consisting of four Battalions 
of the Middle Guard, which having sustained a signal 
defeat by Major-General P. Maitland's 1st Brigade of 
British Foot Guards, aided by Major-General Sir C. Hal- 
kett's Infantry Brigade, is flying in disorder towards the 
high ground, intersected by the road, upon which the 
Emperor was standing. 

Napoleon's final effort, which ended in its defeat in the 
wildest confusion, was the attack of the second column, 
consisting of the remaining four battalions of the Middle 
Guard and two battalions of his Old Guard, in the over- 
throw of which the 52nd Light Infantry (whose Colours 
[2039 and 2040] hang from the gallery above the model) 
distinguished themselves. The Imperial Guard is shewn 
engaging Adam's and Maitland's Brigades. 

On the extreme right are skirmishers of the 51st Light 
Infantry engaged with those of Prince Jerome Napoleon's 
Division. To the left of the Skirmishers is seen in the 
trees the house Hougomort in flames ; this house was the 
right of the Allied position, and was defended throughout 
the day by the British Foot Guards with the greatest gal- 
lantry. It was set on fire by the French. 

In the far left corner of the model is the village of 
Planchnoit, occupied by the French Young Guard and part 
of the Old Guard, the Prussian 25th Regiment is just 
emerging from the wood to the east of the village. In 
the middle of the left side of the model the Prussian Skir- 
mishers are seen engaging those of the French. 

2O67. Model of the Battle of Trafalgar. Fought on 21st 
October, 1805, whon the British Fleet under Vice-Admiral 
Viscount Nelson, K.B., obtained a great victory over the 
combined Fleets of France and Spain. The Model was 
completed in 1862 by Mr. Thomas D. Dighton, and shows 
the disposition of the Fleets at twenty minutes past noon. 
The table on which the Model stands is made from the 
timbers of Lord Nelson's Flagship the "Victory," and was 
presented by the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. 

The Model was constructed to illustrate Lord Nelson's 
Plan of Attack as explained by him to his Flag-Officers 
and Captains previous to the battle. Lord Collingwood 
with his Lee Column was to break through the enemy's 


line and to cut oft the twelve rear ships. Nelson with his 
Weather Column was to prevent the enemy's van from 
succouring their ships before Collingwood had defeated 

The combined Fleets having Cadiz under their lee, 
Collingwood cut off sixteen ships and Nelson cut through 
twelve ships from the van in order to ensure the capture 
of Villeneuve's ship. Thus were the centre and rear of 
the combined Fleets defeated before their van could attempt 
to render assistance. The "Victory" is seen with her 
mizzen topmast shattered, but she has just given the 
" Bucentaure " her mortal blow, and is turning on the 
" Redoutable." The "Royal Sovereign" is engaging the 
" Santa Anna," and is followed by the " Belleisle/' 
" Mars " and " Tonnant," which, have each selected her 
antagonist. The "Formidable" has her flying jib set to 
draw attention to Dumanoirs' disobedience. Villeneuve 
twice signalled him to keep in the wake of the van ship. 
The " Africa " is seen nearing the Weather Column, after 
running the gauntlet of the French van. 

The British Fleet was composed of 27 sail of the line 
and 4 frigates, the combined fleet numbering 33 sail of 
the line and 7 frigates, 20 of the enemy's ships struck their 
colours. Nelson fell in the moment of victory, while the 
Spanish Admiral was killed and Villeneuve captured. 
Most of the prizes were lost in a heavy gale which sprang 
up after the battle. The British lost 1,587 killed and 
wounded, the losses of the Allies being far heavier. 

2O68. Combined Gold Knife and Fork, with steel edge. It 
was always used by Lord Nelson, after the loss of his right 
arm at Santa Cruz on 24th July, 1797. It was pre- 
sented to him by Countess Spencer, wife of Earl Spencer. 
1st Lord of the Admiralty. At the sale of Lord Bridport's 
effects in 1895 it was purchased by Mr. J. A. Mullens. 
Given by J. A. Mullens, Esq. 

2O69.- Two Lava, Buttons, worn by Lord Nelson, and given by 
Lady Nelson to the widow of Admiral Hon. W. Clement 
Finch. Given by the Family of the late Admiral Finch. 

2O7O. Charm, in the form of an anchor, popular amongst sailors at 
the commencement of the 19th century. Given by Major 
W. H. S. Heron-Maxwell, E.G. A. (Militia). 

2O71. Two Pairs of $hoe Buckles, believed to have been worn 
by Lord Nelson. A nephew of the famous Admiral gave 
them to Mr. George "Ellis, whose daughter (Mrs. Maslin) 
in turn received them. Given by Mrs. Maslin. 

2O72-2O95. A Collection of Shabraques. now obsolete, of 

the following Regiments : 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabi- 
neers), 7th (Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards, 1st (Royal 
Dragoons, 2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys), 3rd (King's 
Own) Hussars, 4th (Queen's Own) Hussars. 5th /Royal 
Irish) Lancers, 6th Inniskilling Dragoons, 7th (Queen's 


(From the portrait by Lcmutl Francis Abbot in thi National Ptrtrait 


Own) Hussars, 8th (King's Royal Irish) Hussars, 9th 
(Queen's Royal) Lancers. 10th (Prince of Wales's Own) Royal 
Hussars, llth (Prince Albert's Own) Hussars, 12th (Prince 
of Wales's Royal) Lancers, 14th (King's) Hussars, loth 
(The King's) Hussars, 16th (Queen's) Lancers, 18th (Prin- 
cess of ^Vales's) Hussars, Royal Horse Artillery, Staff Pat- 
tern. Giftn by the Secretary of State for War. 

2096.- An Iron Treasure Coffer, dug up at C:\umartin. France, 
on the site of the Battle of Crecy. Giren by E. Tupper, 

2O97. -A Russian Eikon brought from the Crimea, 185 7, by Captain 
R. S. Dunbar, 42nd Highlanders. Given by John Barrow, 

2098-21OO. Three Russian Eikons from the Crimea, 1857. 

2101. Model of Burmese Boat. 

2102. Model of Burmese Minister's Boat. 

2103. Model of Burmese Boat. 

2104. Model of a Burmese State Boat. 

21O5. Model of a Chinese Fishing Catamaran, under sail. 

21O6-21O7. Two Chairs of the Emperor Napoleon I., from 
Malmaison. Given by Lady Sarah Lindsay. In Memoriam 
of the late Lieut. -General Sir James Lindsay, K.C.M.G. 

2108. Chair used by the Emperor Napoleon I. at St. Helena. It 
stood by his bedside during his last illness. It was given 
by Lieut.-General Sir Hudson Lowe to Admiral Sir F. 
Moresby when in command of H.M.S. " Menai " at St. 
Helena. Glren by Admiral J. C. Frerost (son-in-law to 
Sir F. Moresby). 

21O9.- Writing Desk of Napoleon I. 

211 0. Chair used by Napoleon I. at St. Helena. It stood in the room 
in which he died. 

2111. -Model of a Line-of-Battle Ship of the year 1650. The 
/nodel represents one of the fleet of the Hanseatic League, 
and was taken out of the Arsenal at Hamburg by Captain 
Sir John Marshall, R.X., in the year 1804. It was sub- 
sequently rigged and fitted, so far as possible, to the date 
of her construction to form a contrast with the model of 
H.M.S. " Cornwallis " which lies alongside. In 1903 it 
was found necessary to re-rig the model, and at the same 
time certain defects in the masts, yards, and bowsprit. 
were rectified, and the vessel, as now exhibited, is a per- 
fect pattern of the ships of 1650. llie alterations were 


carried out by the Staff of the Museum, and the practical 
work was executed by the Senior Attendant, Mr. James 
Pike, late P.O., 1st Class, R.N. 

The Jtianseatic League was an association formed by the 
Port Towns in Germany against the piracies of the Swedes 
and Danes. Its strength was broken up by the Thirty 
Years' War in Germany, and in 1650 the only towns re- 
taining the name were Hamburg, Lubeck and Bremen. 
Given by Bear-Admired Sir John Marshall, K.C.R., C.B 

2112. Model of H.M.S. "Corn wall is," third-rate Line- 
of -Battle-ship. The ship was built at Bombay in 1812 by 
Jamsetjee Bomajee. She was pierced for 84 guns, but 
generally mounted 74. 

Length ... 177 ft., 1 in. Number of Guns... 74. 

Breadth ... 45 ft., 4 in. Heaviest Gun ... 32 pr. 

Tonnage ... 1809 B.O.M. Crew 590. 

She was commissioned in 1813, and employed as the 
Flagship of Rear-Admiral G. Burlton in the East Indies 
at the end of the war in 1815. In 1835 she was altered 
to a 72-gun ship. In 1842 she was employed during the 
first China War, and the crew took part on shore in the 
attack on the heights of Segoan, and the captures of 
Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghae, and Chin-Kiang-Foo. About 
the year 1854 engines were put into her, and in the follow- 
ing year she was commissioned as a third-rate Battle-ship 
of 60 guns, 1,809 tons, 200 horse-power, and engaged in 
the operations in the Baltic during the Russian War. She 
was with the squadron under the command of her Captain, 
Captain G. G. Wellesley, R.N., and served at the bom- 
bardment of Sweaborg in 1855. 

This model, J-inch to the foot, was built simultaneously 
with the ship by the son of Jamsetjee Bomajee. It was 
fully rigged to form a contrast with the model of 1650 
lying alongside. In 1903 it was considered advisable to 
exhibit in the Museum a model of a ship under sail, and 
it was decided to fit a suit of sails to the " Cornwallis." 
The work was carried out by the Staff of the Museum, the 
practical work being executed by two of the Attendants, 
Messrs. James Pike and John Smith, late P. Os., 1st Class, 
R.N. Given by The Directors of the late Honourable East 
India Company. 

2113-2116. -Four French Pioneers' Axes, with steel heads 
and brass fittings. Given by Colonel Lockyer. 

2117-2118. Two Oriental Battle-axes, with steel heads and 

brass fittings. Given by Captain W. H. Hall, R.N. 

2119-2122. Four Sergeants' Partizans, date about 1780. 

2123. Boarding Pike, with moveable cylinder on head for protec- 
tion and disguise. 

2124. Pike, time of Charles II. 


2125. Short Partizan. 

2126. -Pike, date about 1700. 
2127. Pike, time of Charles II. 
2128. Halbard, time of Henry VII. 
2129. Partizan, time of Edward IV. 
213O. Linstock, about 1600. 
2131. Spetum, time of Henry VIII. 
2132. Boar Spear. 

2133. - German Catchpole, loth century. 
2134. Scaling-ladder Fork, about 1600. 

2135. Danish " Morning Star," a weapon much used in 
trenches and on board ships. 

2136. Sergeant's Halberd, time of William III. 

2137. -Short Boar Spear. 

2138. Scottish Lochaber Pole-axe. 

2139. Long-shafted Scottish Lochaber Axe, the national 
weapon of Scotland. 

214-O. Glaive, found in the thatch of an old house at West Mudford, 
Somerset, 16th century. 

2141. Boar Spear. 

2142. Steel War Hammer, carried by horsemen. 

2143. Long Partizan, end of the 16th century. 

2144. Swedish Catchpole. 

2145. Partizan, 16th century. 

2146. Gisarme, 16th century. 

2147.- Glaive, tim e of Henry VII. 

2148. Tilting Lance, 16th century. 

2149. Halberd, time of William III. 

21 5O. Partizan, time of Edward IV. 

2151. Officer's Spontoon, 17th century. 


21 52. -Sergeant's Halberd, time of William IV. 

2153. Pike, 17th century. 

2154. Officer's Spontoon, time of George IIT. 

2155. Boar Spear. 

2156. Spontoon, 18th century. 

21 5 7-21 58. -Two Plug Bayonets, time of William III. (See 
No. 255). 

2159. Small Calabrian Knife. 

21 GO. Spanish Dagger. 

2161. Highland Dirk, with fox engraved on blade, date about 1780. 

2162. Broad-bladed Dagger (probably Spanish), with engraved 

2163. Five-bladed Cutlass for boarding. 

2164. Spanish Matador's Knife. 

2165. Long Calabrian Knife, with bone handle. 

2166. Crossbow, or Latch, of the 17th century. The stock is 
inlaid with ornamented plates of brass, the bow, of steel, 
is bent by means of a " pied-de-chevre " lever. It bears 
the words, " Johnson, Wigan." 

2167. German Crossbow of the 17th century, having a stock 
inlaid with ivory, lire steel bow is bent by means of a 
lever acting on the two cords, which are composed of fine 

2168. German Crossbow of the 1 6th century. The stock con- 
sists of wood and ivory. The bow is of steel, and the cord 
is composed of parallel twines. A portion of the lever is 

2169. -German Crossbow of the 16th century, with "pied-de- 
chevre " lever. The Stock is of steel with a wooden base. 
The Steel Bow was bent by means of two cords composed 
of parallel twines. 

21 7 O. Blade of an Arab Scimitar, about 1850. 

2171. Sword of a Persian Officer, with his name engraved on 

2172. - Light Cavalry Sword of the pattern used in 1830 
2173. Artilleryman's Sword of 1800. 


2174. Venetian Sword of Soliugen manufacture, having a basket 
guard with wire grip and steel pommel. 

2175 Officer's Dress Sword of the Westminster Volunteer 

2176. -Officer's Sword, Madras Light Cavalry. 
21 7 7. -Naval Officer's Sword, 1745. 

2178. Sword (Staff pattern) worn by Lieutenant B. B. Hawley, olst 
Light Infantry, A.D.C. to Lord Hill at the Battle of Waterloo. 

2179. -Heavy Cavalry Sword, 1853. 
218O. Yeomanry Cavalry Sword, 1830. 
2181. Heavy Cavalry Sword, isao. 

2182. -Heavy Cavalry Sword (Officer's) I860.' 
2183. Combined Sword and Pistol, made in 18U. 

2184. -Light Cavalry Sword, 1822. 

2185. Heavy Cavalry Sword, 1822. 

2186. Officer's Sword, Madras Light Cavalry, 1810. 

2187. Light Cavalry Sword, used by Lieutenant W. Hay, 12th 
Light Dragoons, at the Battle of Waterloo. 

2188. Sword of the pattern used by the British Artillery in Spain. 
2189. Cavalry Sword used by Ibriham Pasha's army. 

2190. -Model Of a 9-Pr. M.L., S.B. Gun, with camel draught, 
formerly used by the Jodhpur Legion, Rajputana, India. 
The Model was made under the direction of Sir Richmond 
Shakespear. Given by Colonel J. F. D. E. Hall. 

2191. Model of a Malay Pirate Prow. 

2192. Model of a Chinese Pleasure Junk, taken from a 
Temple at Chapoo, where it was deposited as a sacred 
object. The Cabins form a spacious suite of apartments, 
ante-room, dining-room, bedroom, and kitchen, fitted up 
with tables, chairs, and hanging lamps, and furniture 
adapted to each room. The mast is formed of two spars, 
fitted together as sheers ; the sail is of silk, square, and 
fitted with bamboos parallel to the yard, by means of 
which it is reefed ; the sheet is led aft, and has a com- 
plicated bowline rove through a threefold block. Given 
by Admiral Sir William Parker, Bart., G.C.B. 

2193. -Two-handed Sword, of German manufacture, with 
double quillons and a long indented blade. These swords, 
though in appearance awkward, were excellently poised, 
llie right hand was usually placed near the cross-guard, 
and the left hand held the pommel. Date about 1500. 


2194. -German Sword of about 1820, with brass hilt and slightly 
curved blade. 

2195. German Sword, with brass hilt and straight blade. On the 
blade is engraved -'streitet fur die gerechtigkeit." Date about 

2196. -Straight Sword, with steel hilt. Date about 1830. 

2197. German Two-handed Sword, with straight blade, 
broad quillons, and two smaller quillons on blade curved 
towards the handle. These smaller ones were probably in- 
vented for the purpose of making the sword more difficult 
to wrest away. 

2198. Long Plug Sword-bayonet, about 1670. The plug was 

the earliest form of fixture of the bayonet to the musket. 
It was succeeded by the ring fastening which made it 
possible to fire the musket with the bayonet fixed. 

2199. Main-Roy al-Mast-Head of the French Flagship 
"Orient," blown up in Lord Nelson's great victory of the Nile, 
1st August, 1798. 

In this victory, the French fleet, under Admiral Brueys, 
although having the advantage in ships, guns and men, 
was totally defeated with the loss of eleven sail of the line 
and two frigates. 3,105 of the French, including the 
wounded, were sent on shore by cartel, and 5.225 perished. 
The British loss amounted to 895 killed and wounded. 

It was shortly after nine in the evening, that the fire 
on board the "Orient" (a huge three-decker, of 120 guns) 
broke out. The brave French Admiral Brueys was dead. 
He had received three wounds, yet would not leave his 
post ; a fourth cut him almost in two, yet he desired not 
to be carried below, but to be left to die upon deck. The 
flames soon mastered his ship. Her sides had just been 
painted, and the oil- jars and paint-buckets were lying on 
the poop. By the prodigious light of this conflagration, 
. the situation of the two fleets could now be perceived, the 
colours of both being clearly distinguishable. About ten 
o'clock the ship blew up with a tremendous explosion, 
which was followed by a silence not less awful ; the firing 
immediately ceased on both sides ; and the first sound 
which broke the silence was the dash of the shattered masts 
and yards falling into the water from the vast heights to 
which they had been exploded. It is upon record that a 
battle betwen two armies was once broken off by an earth- 
quake such an event would be felt like a miracle ; but 
no incident in war, produced by human means, has ever 
equalled the sublimity of this co-instantaneous pause and 
all its circumstances. 

About seventy of the " Orient's " crew were saved by the 
British boats, but the greater number went down with the 
ship, together with the 600,000 which she had on board. 
Among the many hundreds who perished were the Com- 


modore, Casa-Blanca, arid his son, a brave boy only ten 
years of age. The popular legend, as related in verses dear 
to young people, is fictitious in all, save the fact that the 
Casa-Blancas, father and son, did perish. They were 
hurled into the water together, and were seen swimming ; 
but, in spite of efforts to save them, were lost sight of in 
the darkness and drowned. It was prior to this battle that 
Nelson made the remark to his officers, " Before this time 
to-morrow I shall have gained a Peerage or Westminster 
Abbey." He was raised to the Peerage as Baron Nelson 
of the Nile and of Burnham Thorpe ; and, amongst other 
rewards, received a pension of 2,000 per annum, and a 
grant of 10,000 from the East India Company. 

This Trophy, which' formerly stood in the Hall of Merton 
Place, when Nelson and the Hamiltons resided there, was 
presented by the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. 

2200. Model of a 78-gun Ship, on the stocks ready for launch- 
ing, made by a French Prisoner at Portsmouth, about 
1800. Given by Captain Barrow, J?.A". 

2201. Small Model of a Ship, which was made within a bottle 
and put together by a French Prisoner in Norman Cross 
Barracks. The bottle was bought in Peterborough Market, 
and given to him by Commander Cole, R.N., for whom he 
executed the work in the year 1810. Given by Commander 
Cole, E.N. 

2202. - Model of the Maltese Galley " La Capitana," 

built under the Galley Arches at Malta early in the 18th 

The earliest ships of all nations were of the galley class, 
that is to say, they were vessels depending primarily on 
their oars for propulsion, but possessed at least one sail 
as an auxiliary. The war-galley of the Greeks originally 
had a single mast carrying one square sail amidships, later 
two masts were introduced, but the oars were always re- 
sorted to when a high speed was necessary. Galleys con- 
tinued in use in the Mediterranean and other seas till the 
middle of the 18th century, ordinary ones in later times 
having from five to twenty-five oars on a side in a single 
row, each oar worked by several men, with two or three 
masts and triangular sails. 

The Sister-vessel of the galley which this model repre- 
sents was sunk by the Turks, and the Knightw of St. John 
of Jerusalem ever afterwards carried striped sails on " La 
Capitana " as a tribute of mournful respect. Given by 
Captain Sir William Symonds, Kt., C.B., F.R.S., E.N. 

2203. - The Axe Of a Guillotine, used by the French Republicans 
at Guadaloupe, in the West Indies, until it was cut d'owc 
by Vice-Admiral Scott on the capture of the island ir 
1794. By that time upwards of fifty Pvoyalists had beer 
executed by it. 


Guadaloupe has been several times governed by the Bri- 
tish, and once by the Swedes. It is now a French colony. 
Given by The Iteverend M. Scott, M.A. 

22O4. Headsman's Axe with which, up to 1851, all criminals 
were decapitated in the Island of Mauritius. No fewer 
than eighty prominent persons suffered under it. the last 
being an Indian, Shick Latibe, for murder, on the 32nd 
August, 1851. 

Mauritius, an island in the Indian Ocean, was discovered 
by the Portuguese in 1505. It became a British possession 
in 1810. Given by Lieut. -Colonel Sir J. I. N. O'Brien, 
K.C.M.G., Inspector-General of Police in the Island, 1867- 

22O5. War Trumpet, made from the tusk of an elephant, taken 
in the Ashanti War of 1824. 

22O6. A Captain's Commission, granted by King Charles II. 
to Basil Woodd, Esq. : and a pass for this Officer signed by 
Genera 1 Fairfax in 1646. 

2207. Piece of the Gate of Hougomont, on the battle- 
field of Waterloo, perforated with musket balls. 

The Post of Hougomont, though attacked without inter- 
mission and set on fire by the French, was gallantly held 
by the English Foot Guards to the last. Given by Lieut.- 
Colonel P. Faddy, M.A. 

2208. Facsimile (dated 1816) of the lines written by the lateKev. 
Charles Wolfe on the burial of Sir John Moore, on the 
back of a letter to a friend, Jno. Taylor, Esq., Cashel, 
Ireland. The Rev. Charles Wolfe was the author of the 
poem. Given by Lieutenant W. P. Newenham, It. IV. 

2209. -Two-edged German Executioner's Sword of the 

17th century, with long handle and heavy pommel. The 
blade bears an inscription on either side with a figure 
of Justice. The inscriptions, when translated, read as 
follows : " To prevent crime I mete out judgment," and, 
"When the criminal has been convicted he is handed over 
to me." From the Museum at Basle. Given by Captain 
T. B. Williams. 

221O. Long Sword found in the Thames in 1739 when excavating 
for Westminster Bridge. It is of wrought iron, two-edged 
with point and ridged blade, and possesses curved quillons 
and a large pommel three inches in diameter. Three pieces 
of silver, being the lockets of the scabbard, are seen on the 
blade; these bear the Arms of the Owner. The date of 
the Sword is 15th century. 

2211. Tulwar, picked up after the capture of the Fortress of Bhurt- 
pore, in 1826. 


221 2. -German Hunting Sword of the 18th century, with two 

hounds' heads on the guard. 

2213. German Hunting Sword of the 18th century, with two 
hounds' heads on the guard. 

2214. Short French Sword, with curved quillons and back 
guard, the handle being of brass, bearing the French Em- 
blem of liberty. Date about 1796 ; it was probably a sword 
of office. Given by Lieut. P. Rainier, E.N. 

2215. -Italian Cabasset for foot soldiers of the 16th century, in 
iron, beaten, chased and damascened in gold. It is pro- 
bably Venetian. Given by John Davidson, Esq. 

2216. -A Two-edged Straight Iron Sword of the 16th cen- 
tury, with straight quillons, worked pommel and pas-d'ane. 
Given by Lieut. -Colon el Patrick Campbell, E.A. 

2217. -A Sabre of the 16th century, with bone handle. Quillons 
curved in opposite directions, and a pas-d'ane. Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel Patrick Campbell, E.A. 

2218. A Sabre of the 16th century, with wooden handle, curved 
quillons and a pas-d'ane, probably Turkish. Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel Patrick Campbell, E.A. 

2219. Hilt of a Two-edged Sword of about the date 1000. It 
possesses straight quillons (one missing) a small iron pom- 
mel and a pas-d'ane. Probably English. Given by The 
Master-General of the Ordnance. 

2220. Hilt of an English Two-edged Sword of about the 
date 1600. It possesses straight quillons and a pas-d'ane. 
Given by The Master-General of the Ordnance. 

2221. -Hilt of an English Two-edged Sword of about the 
date 1620. One of the quillons, which are straight, is 
missing. The pommel is fluted. Given by Lieutenant C. 
TL. Larimer, E.N. 

2222. Guard of a Sword of about 1650, the portion around the 
tang being skilfully worked. 

2223. Crossbow of the 15th century, probably French. The steel 
bow is bent by means of a moulinet or windlass, which is 
fitted with pulleys, and which is detached for firing. To 
bend the bow the foot is placed in the stirrup, and both 
hands are employed to wind up the windlass. Given by Z?. 
Parrett, Esq. 

2224. H albert Head (Bavarian) of the latter part of the 17th 
century. Richly engraved. 


2225. Two-edged Sword of Spanish manufacture with richly 
chased halt which comprises an elaborate pommel, a horn 
handle, straight quillons, and a pas-d'ane. The blade 
is 3 feet 6 inches in length, which fixes the date of the 
sword as being from 1600-30. The scabbard is of black 
leather with brass ornaments. Given by Lieut. -Colonel 
J. Mitchell. 

2226. Italian Rapier of the 17th century, with Estoc guard and 
shell. The blade is four feet in length, and the pommel 
is circular. 

2227. An English Backsword of about 1640 (probably a 
Cavalier's), with brass basket hilt and pommel. 

2228. Hilt of a Two-edged Sword of the early part of the 
17th century, with a straight guard and shell. Given by 
Lieutenant C. H. Larimer, R.N. 

2229. Rapier (Spanish), with blade 3ft. Gin. and circular guard, 
about 1670. 

2230. A German Sword of the 17th century, with thumb-ring 
and half-covered guard, also back guard, and circular pom- 

2231. An English Crossbow of the late 17th century. The 
stock is of oak inlaid with steel plates. The two cords 
of the steel bow are of platted twine, and the bow is bent 
by means of a pied-de-chevre lever, and bears the words, 
" Sikes Dronfield." Given by M. Manns, Esq. 

2232. Sword manufactured at Bilbao, in Spain. The blade is broad 
and 3 feet 1 inch in length. The guard is of solid steel, 
and there are also a cross guard and back guard. The 
handle is wound round with copper wire which is flattened 
and secured by ribs of steel. 

2233. One of the earliest Highland Claymores, with 

basket hilt, the date being about 1715. The blade is 2 feet 
6 inches long and grooved. 

2234. Claymore of the late 18th century. It formerly belonged to 
Field-Marshal His Royal Highness The Duke of York. 
Given by Colonel Sir Augustus Fraser y K.C.B., H.H.A. 

2235. Blade of a Solingen Rapier, 3 ft. 1 in. in length, 
engraved. Early 18th century. 

2236. -Italian Rapier of the early l?th century, with 'shell guard. 
Blade 3 ft. long. 

2237. Spanish Stiletto, with steel basket guard, and cross guard, 
18th century. 


2238. - German Wheel-lock Pistol of the 16th century. The 
wood-work i* richly inlaid with ivory and mother-oi'-pearl, 
which in turn are elaborately carved. The pommel is mas- 
sive and inlaid with beaten and chased gold. At the end 
are to be seen two horsemen in combat. Given by John 
Davidson, Esq. 

2239-224O Two Long German Wheel-lock Pistols of 

the 16th century. The entire wood-work is richly inlaid 
with ivory figures representing the Chase. The barrel is 
20 inches in length. Given by Lieut. -Colonel J. Mitchell. 

2241. -A Double-barrelled Long Wheel-lock Pistol 1 , 

probably German. The stock is inlaid in places with ivory 
designs. The barrels are 22 inches in length. About the 
end of the 16th century. Given by Lieut. -Colonel J. Mit- 

2242.- German Wheel-lock Pistol, of the 16th century, inlaid 
in places with ivory, with large circular pommel. 

2243. -French Wheel-lock Pistol of the late Kith century, with 

steel fittings. 

2244. A Miniature Wheel-lock Pistol of the 16th century. 

2245. A General's Sword, with fancy scabbard. History un- 
known. The blade is probably Indian. 

2246. A Damascus Sabre with English mounting. 

2247. An Arabian Scimitar with wavy edge, given by the 
Pasha of Tripoli to Captain W. H. Smyth, R.N., 1822. 
Given by Captain W. H. Smyth, JR. 2V. 

2248. An Indian Scimitar, with ivory handle and gold mount- 
ing, given by the Sultan of Zanzibar to Captain Crawford, 
R.N. Given by Captain Crawford, E.N. 

2249. - Short Indian Scimitar, with partially damascened 
blade and elaborate guard. 

2250. Indian Scimitar, the blade embossed with figures of 
animals, handle of worked ivory, capped with a steel ferrule. 
It was purchased in Paris in 1825. Given by J. Davidson, 

2251. Indian Scimitar, blade embossed with figures of animals. 
The hilt is of the usual tulwar pattern. 

2252. Indian Scimitar, with serrated blade, probably dates back 
to the 17th century. 

2253. Indian Scimitar, with wavy blades lightly damascened. 
The hilt is missing. 


2254-2255. Two Turkish Sabres with bone handles and 
brass guards. They were taken from pirates. Given by 
Lieutenant G. W. Rabett, R.N. 

2256. - Arab Sword, with blade 3 ft. long, two-edged, with steel 
guard and handle wrapped with leather. Given by The 
J)uke of Northumberland. 

2257. Arab Sword, two-edged and grooved, made at Damascus, 
brass guard with handle wrapped with leather. Given by 
The Duke of Northumberland. 

2258. -Borneo Sword, one-edged, with blade widening towards the 
end, which is jagged. The entire hilt and guard are of 
carved wood, ornamented with hair. Given by W. Heinke, 

2259. Another. 

226O.--A Moorish Sword, with trebly grooved blade. The quil- 
lons are curved, and there is also a back guard; the handle 
is of bone. The date is 16th century. Given by Lieut.- 
General Sir William Codrington, K.C.S. 

2261. -Chinese Two-edged and Ridged Executioner's 
Sword, with inscription on blade. The hilt is of brass, orna- 
mented, and the handle is wrapped round with cord. 

2262. A Mexican Sword, with straight blade and guard. The 
handle is cut to fit the fingers of the hand. 

2263. Long Zanquebar Sword, with two edges and inscrip- 
tion on blade. The hilt has a circular guard covered with 
leather. Given by Commander S. 0. Woolridge, E.N. 

2264. A One-edged West African Sword, with sharp point 
and curious circular handle. 

2265. Another. 

2266. Nepaul Sword, called Konkri-kora. 

2267. Turkish Dagger from the Island Scio, the blade hexagonal, 
the dagger being used for stabbing only. The handle and 
scabbard are of chased silver. Given by Captain W. H. 
Smyth, E.N. 

2268. Turkish Flissa, with sharp point and metal handle. It 
was brought from the Soudan. Given by H. Christy, Esg 

2269-2275. Seven Turkish Yataghans. 

2276. Arab Flissa, with wooden handle. -Given by Captain M. 
Quin, R.N. 


2277. Indian Kandgiar, with bone handle. 

2278. A Curved Yataghan of Tonarik manufacture, brought 
from Kordofan. Given by The Duke of Northumberland. 

2279. -A Burmese Cutlass-Sabre, with worked wood handle, 
mounted with gold. Ite blade is engraved. Given by 
Major-General Sir J. May, K.C.B. 

228O. Hindoo Khouttar, with langue de Bceuf blade, bearing 
figures of the chase. The arm pieces are lacquered. Given 
by Colonel The Hon. E. W. Forester. 

2281. Hindoo Khouttar, with long blade and shell guard. 

2282. Persian Kandgiar, with handle richly worked with gold. 
Taken from a Persian pirate. 

2283. Small Indian Dagger, with two blades and peculiarly 
shaped guard. Given by Major H. Lloyd. 

2284. Double-barrelled Flint-lock Pistol, containing 
a dagger, the pommel of the pistol forming the handle of the 
dagger. The barrels are damascened and the stock is inlaid 
with silver. Given by H. Christy, Esq. 

2285. Albanian Flint-lock Pistol. The stock is covered with 
beaten brass. 

2286. Chinese Executioner's Sword. Given by Colonel Sir 
E. H. Sale,^ G.C.B. 

2287. Burmese Sabre, the handle being formed of an elephant's 
tusk elaborately carved. 

2288. Small Sabre, probably Indian, found in the palace of the 
King of Kandy^in Ceylon. Given by Major-General Hard- 

2289. Sword, with curious bone handle, similar in shape to the 
Yataghan, probably Indian. 

229O. Burmese Sabre, with horn handle. 

2291. Long Krees (Javanese), with bone handle. 

2292. -Long Krees (Javanese), with wooden handle. 
2293. Long Krees (Borneo), with very long handle. 

2294. Long Krees, with straight blade and wooden handle and 

2295. Javanese Krees, with wooden handle. 

2296. Malay Krees, with carved wooden handle and wooden sheath 
contained in a metal case. 


2297. Malay Krees, with carved wooden handle and wooden sheath 
in metal case. 

2298. Indian Kandgiar. 

2299. Malay Krees, with carved ivory handle and blade 
damascened in gold. Between the handle and the blade 
are eight uncut diamonds mounted in gold. 

23OO. Malay Krees, with straight blade and carved wooden handle. 

23O1. Javanese Krees, with straight blade and curved wooden 

2 302. Malay Krees, with straight blade and carved wooden handle. 

2303. A Scythed Yataghan of Tonarik manufacture. The 
handle is of knitted twine. 

2304. Gurkha Kukree, with ivory handle. The sheath is of 
velvet mounted with silver and contains two small kukrees. 
Given by Major-General Sir J. May, K.C.B., K.C.H. 

2305. Indian Kandgiar. 

2306. Indian Kandgiar, with ivory handle. The blade is slightly 

23O7. Greek Dagger with ivory handle, in velvet sheath, mounted 
in silver and jewelled. 

2308. Nootkan Dagger, N. W. America, with curious handle. 
The work on it has been executed by the Natives, the blade 
is ribbed and indicates European make. 

23O9. Spanish Poniard, with pear-shaped blade, and brass- 
mounted handle. It is hinged and closes like a pocket 

2310. Hindoo Battle-axe, manufactured of brass, with steel 
blade which is engraved. The scabbard is velvet mounted 
with brass. 

2311. The same as 2310. 

2312. Horseman's Battle-axe of North West India. 

2313. Afghan Dagger, with silver-mounted handle and sheath. 

2314. Gurkha Kukree in velvet sheath, with two small kukrees. 

2315. Greek Dagger in silver sheath with ivory handle. The 
blade is ribbed and slightly curved. 

2316. Turkish Poniard in leather sheath with silver mounts. 
The blade is ribbed and slightly curved. 


2317. -Nubian Stiletto in steel slieath. 

2318. Small Burmese Dagger, with bone handle ami worked 
brass mounts, in a wooden silver-mounted sheath. 

2319, Burmese Knife. 

232O. Burmese Dagger with blade similar to an aneluce, in 
sheatli of plaited straw. 

2321. --Persian Dagger, curved, silver mounted and in silver 

2322. Kandgiar, with jewelled handle and beaten brass scabbard. 

2323. Moorish Dagger, with curious handle and sheath, which 
are highly worked. 

2324. Small Turkish Yataghan in embossed silver sheath. 
2325. Indian Kukree, with horn handle. 

2326. Indian Kandgiar, with glass handle with velvet sheath 
mounted with brass. 

2327. Malay Poniard in wooden sheath. 
2328. Turkish Battle- Axe from Constantinople. 
2329. Hindoo Knife, with silver handle. 

233O. Moorish Dagger, with silver handle and leather sheath 
silver mounted. 

2331. Kandgiar, with chalcedony handle and silver sheath. Given 
by The Duke of Northumberland. 

2332. Syrian Dagger, with ivory handle, in velvet silver- 
mounted sheath. Given by The Duke of Northumberland. 

2333 Afghan Knife. 

2334. Armenian Dagger, with stone handle crowned with a 
lion's head in chalcedony. 

2335. Indian Dagger, with steel handle. 

2336. Hair (in frame) of Murdered Women and 
Children, over 200 of whom were massacred at Oawnpore on 
July 15th. 1857, by order of the Nana. Given by Lieut.- 
Colonel W. G. Alexander. 

2337. Spear thrown at Lieut.-General Sir Harry Smith during the 
Kaffir War, 1835. 

2338. Silk Punkah, with silver rod, taken from the Rajah of 
Bhurtpore at the storming of that place in 1826. Given by 
Madam Von Gumpach. 


2339. A Cossack Pouch and Belt taken at the Battle of 

234O. Plaster Bust of Field-Marshal His Grace The Duke of 
Wellington, K.G., bearing the inscription : 

(beyond criticism). 

The Duke of Wellington was the fifth son of Richard, first 
Earl of Mornington, and was born in Ireland in 1769. He 
was educated at Eton and at a military school at Angiers. 
in France. On 7th March, 1787, he received a commission 
as ensign in the 73rd Regiment of Foot From 1797 to 
1805 he served with great distinction in India during the 
Mysore and Mahratta campaigns. From 1808 to 1814 he 
was Commander-in-Chief of the British Army in the 
Peninsula, and gained a series of famous battles, breaking 
the power of France in the lines of Torres Vedras. For 
these services he was created a Duke. In 1815 he com- 
manded the Army in Belgium against Napoleon, whom he 
utterly defeated in the decisive battle of Waterloo. In 
1828 Wellington became Prime Minister. He died in 1852 
at Walmer Castle. 

2341. Marble Bust of Xapoleon I. 

2342. Russian Officer's Pair of Epaulettes, together 
with an Infantry bugle ; picked up after the taking of 
the Redan in the Crimea. Given by Captain W. Spencer 

2343. Large Russian Eikon taken out of one of the houses in 
Sebastopol the day after the assault. Given by Sir John 
Barrow, K.C.S., F.E.S. 

2344. Galeka, Chieftain's Ring of Honour, given by General Sir 
Arthur Cunningham who commanded the combined forces 
in South Africa, 1877-78, to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. 
Given by llis Majesty King Edward VII. 

2345. Brass Bell and Stand from Sebastopol. Given by F. 
Miller, Esq. 


2346. Part of Fetish Tree at Coomassie, under which 80 slaves 
were annually sacrificed. It was destroyed by the British 
forces in January, 1896. Given by His Majesty King 
Edward VII. 

2347. Case containing collection of Officers' Shako and Helmet 
plates, and belt buckles of Line and Militia Regiments worn 
previous to 1881. (For particulars see label). 

2348. Marble Bust of Vice-Admiral Lord Xelson, K.B., sculptured 
hv K. R. Mullins. in 1879. 


(From she 

ririit in tkt ftirlr,li! GaUir 
Cwnt Alfrtd D'Orsty in 1845.) 


2349. Piece Of the Union Flag which was Hying on 11. M.S. 
" Victory " at the Battle of Trafalgar. The flag was 
carried by specially selected seamen of the "Victory" at 
Lord Nelson's funeral in St. Paul's Cathedral ; when the 
flag was about to be lowered into the grave the seamen 
who assisted at the ceremony rent it in pieces that each 
might preserve a fragment. Given by Captain W. R. 
Dobbie, E.N. 

235O. Coloured Print descriptive of the ceremony of Lord 
Nelson's funeral in St. Paul's Cathedral, January 9th, 
1806. Given by B. E. Sargeaunt, Esq. 

2351. Coloured Print, descriptive of the funeral procession of 
Lord Nelson on January 9th, 1806. Given by B. E. Sar- 
geaunt, Esq. 

2352. A Painting of Lord Nelson's last signal, with a letter from 
Lieutenant Pasco of H.M.S. "Victory" in charge of the 
signals at Trafalgar. The frame is made from the oak of 
the "Victory." Given by Lieut. -Colon el T. H. Baylis, 
V.D., K.C. 

2354. Barometer, which formerly belonged to Admiral Earl 
Howe. K.G. Lord Howe was born in 1725, and died 
in 1799. He commanded the British Fleet off TTshant in 
the Action against the French Fleet, known as " The glori- 
ous First of June," 1794. 

2355. Clock Face taken from the break of the poop of the French 
Ship " Ville de Paris " in Lord Rodney's Action, 12th April, 
1782. The hand was turned by the Sentinel at the expir- 
ation of each hour. 

2356. Flint-lock Pistol, King's Dragoon Guards pattern, of the 

time of George I. It is fitted with a wooden rammer and 
has a brass pommel and mounts; the barrel is 13 inches 

2357. A Flint-lock Cavalry Pistol, King's Dragoon Guards 
pattern, of the time of George II., made by Edge in 1759. 
The barrel is 12 inches long, brass fittings. 

2358. A Flint-lock Cavalry Pistol of the time of Queen 
Anne, barrel 14 inches long, brass fittings and wooden 

2359. A Flint-lock Pistol, with revolving barrels (two), 13 in. 
long, made about 1750. The fittings are of steel. 

2360. A French Wheel-Lock Pistol, late 16th century, with 
steel fittings. 

2361-2362. Two French Wheel-lock Pistols of the 16th 
century, found in the thatch of an old house in St. Andrews, 
N.B., silver mounted. 


2363. A Snaphaunce Self-loading Petronel of the time 

of Charles 1., with brass barrel auU tittmgs. 

2364. A Flint-lock Pistol (Scotch), 18th century, made by Bisse, 
and with the initials R. H. R. 

2365. A Flint-lock Pistol of the time of George II., with brass 
- stock. 

2366. A Small Flint-lock Pistol, made by Oakes of London 
and used by the City of London Light Horse Volunteers, 

2367. Flint-lock, Smooth-bore Musket, breech-loading, 

period George 111., G. D. Egg, London. 

2368. Percussion Rifled Carbine, Reeves' Patent, breech 
loading, boit-action, ie45. 

2369. Breech-loading Percussion Carbine, rifled, drop 
action, Edv ard Manners, 1846. 

237O. Carbine, breech-loading, smooth-bore, percussion, North's 
Patent, lalJ, lever action. 

2371. Flint-lock, Breech-loading Musket, smooth-bore, 
G. Rowland, date about 18,0. 

2372. Carbine, with Bayonet, of the Queen's Light Dragoons 

time of George III., flint-lock, marked H. Nock, steel 
rammer, barrel 28 inches. 

2373. Rifle, with Sword Bayonet, of the City of London 
Light Horse Volunteers, 1803. Flint-lock, marked E. 
Baker, barrel 31 inches. Steel rammer. 

2374. Flint-lock Musket, dated 1762, marked " Grice/' steel 
rammer, barrel 46 in. 

2375. Short Blunderbuss, early 18th century, brass barrel 
16 inches long, marked " London," flint-lock, marked 
"Tow," brass trigger guard and name plate; wooden ram- 

2376. Another. 

2377. Short Blunderbuss, about 1750, brass barrel marked 
" London," 14 inches long, flint-lock, marked 1 " Bunney " ; 
wooden rammer. 

2378. Another. 

2379. Blunderbuss, about 1700, with steel ban el 17 in. long 
flint-lock, unmarked. Brass heel and fittings, rammer 


2380. Cavalry Carbine of George IV., smooth-bore, browned 
barrel 16 inches long, steel swivel rammer, brass fittings. 

2381. Double-barrelled Pistol, with moveable Shoulder-piece, 
flint-locks marked " H. Nock," the barrels are 18 inches 
long, the bore of one is rifled, the other smooth, steel ram- 
mer and brass fittings, early 19th century. 

2382. A Breech-loading Percussion Rifle (Maynard's 

Patent), 1845. One trigger controls the hammer spring, the 
other the breech, a moveable sight on leaf. 

2383. Musket and Bayonet of the time of George II., flint- 
lock marked " Farmer " 1746, barrel 43 inches long, wooden 
rammer with brass ends. 

2384. Musket with Grenade Cup, flint-lock, marked "Far- 
mer," 1744 j barrel 36 inches long, wooden rammer brass 

2385. Flint-lock Musket, with bayonet, about 1770, lock 
marked " Clark," barrel 39 inches long, marked " London." 
Steel rammer. 

2386. Heavy Blunderbuss, with rest, of about 1720, flint-lock 
marked " Brand and Pott," brass barrel 23 inches long, 
rammer missing. 

2387. Flint-lock Musket, time of George III., marked " T. 
Probin," barrel 46 inches long, wooden rammer and steel 

2388. Flint-lock Musket, with bayonet (Volunteer), George 
III.,. barrel 40 inches long, steel rammer. 

2389. Flint-lock Musket, with bayonet, time of George III., 
the lock marked " Freeman," with Prince of Wales' s Fea- 
thers, the barrel marked " Royal Welsh," 44 inches 
long, wooden rammer with steel fittings. 

2390. Musquetoon of the time of George II., brass barrel marked 
" Knubley, London," 24 inches long. The rammer is mis- 

2391. Heavy Flint-lock Musket (or Wall-piece) for firing with 
rest, the barrel is one inch in diameter, and 56 inches long. 
Date 1744. It was made by Lordon. The rammer is 
of steel with brass sockets. 

2392. Italian Magazine Flint-lock Gun, date 1666. The 
action is peculiar, and when fired from the magazine the 
fire would be very rapid. 

2393. Flint-lock Musket, with long barrel, with Spanish in- 
scription, formerly the property of the Brazilian General 
Don Vedro Ivo. 



2394. Muzzle-loading: Flint-lock Gun, mad<* by "T. 
Richards," date 1820. 

2395. Old Flint-lock Musket, hexagonal barrel, and much worn. 

2396. Short Flint-lock Musket, time of James II., lock 
marked " Brooke," barrel 33 inches long, rammer missing. 

2397. Old Flint-lock Musket brought from Kerets, on the 

shore of the White Sea, and used by the natives. 

2398. An Italian Wheel-lock Fowling-piece with two 
hammers. The barrel 36 inches long, is engraved " Batt 
Francino." The Stock is richly decorated with embossed 
silver plates. It has a wooden rammer. Probably 17th cen- 

2399. A French Flint-lock Rifle. The barrel is 48 inches 
long marked " John Small, Vincennes." The butt is decor- 
ated with brass and steel plates. It has a wooden rammer. 
Date about 1800. 

24OO. An English Fowling-piece, by "Govers," flint-lock, 
barrel 37 inches long, wooden rammer, with brass furniture. 
Date about 1800. 

24O1. American Rifle, Flint-lock, date about 1815, barrel 
43 inches long, with detachable binding band's, steel rammer 
and heel plate. 

24O2. French Musket, percussion lock, date about 1841, with 
safety cap (systeme Charoy) made at St. Etienne, moyeable 
binding bands and steel rammer. The barrel is 41 inches 

24-03. The First Uniform appointed to be worn by 
Officers in the Navy, introduced in the year 1748. This 
was the Regulation Dress for Lieutenants. Given by The 
Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. 

2404. The First Uniform appointed to be worn by 
Officers in the Navy, introduced in the year 1748. This 
was the Regulation Dress for Post-Captains of less than 
three years' service. Given by The Lords Commissioners 
of the Admiralty. 

2405. The First Uniform appointed to be worn by 
Officers in the Navy, introduced in the year 1748. This 

was the Regulation Dress for Post-Captains of three years' 
service and upwards. Given by The Lords Commissioners 
of the Admiralty. 

2406. Musket, with bayonet and rest, percussion lock, steel rammer, 
brass fittings, date about 1830. The barrel is 39 inches 


2 4-O 7. Percussion Musket (American), with bayonet, the lock 
marked "Springfield, U.S.," steel rammer and 1 bands, 
length of barrel 39 inches. Date about 1830. 

2408. Percussion Musket, with bayonet, date about 1840. 
Steel rammer, the lock marked " Lacey & Co." barrel 39 
inches long, marked "Bank of England." 

2409. Heavy Percussion Musket with Indian lock and 
swivel rammer. The barrel which is ribbed is 38 inches 
long. It was taken in the Indian Mutiny, 1857. 

241 0. Percussion Rifle with bayonet, by "Beckwith, London," 
with General Boileau's grooving, steel rammer, bed and 
leaf back sight. Date about I860. 

2411. Flint-lock Musket of the reign of James II. The butt 
divides and forms a grenade cup, the lock is marked 
" Peddell " ; the barrel is 33 inches long, and has on the 
left a rammer (missing) and underneath a steel rest. 

2412. Percussion Musket, with bayonet, Needham's Patent. 
Ihe rammer missing. 

2413. Percussion Musket, with bayonet, steel rammer, and 
wooden rest, the lock marked " Major-General W. Morri- 
son, C.B." 

2414. Percussion Rifle, with bayonet by "Beckwitli, London," 
with General Boileau's grooving, steel rammer and leaf- 

2415. Short Percussion Rifle with sword-bayonet and steel 
rammer, by " Beckwith, London," with General Boileau's 
grooving, leaf-sight. 

2416. Flint-lock Rifle from Mongolia, probably of Russian 

2417. Bavarian Percussion Rifle with bayonet, steel rammer, 
lock mark " Amberg, 1860," leaf-sight up to 1200 yards. 

2418.- French Flint-lock Musket, with bayonet and steel 

rammer, date about 1810, length of barrel 46 inches, steel 
moveable bands, lock marked " De Charleville." Brought 
from the field of Waterloo. 

2419. -Bavarian Musket, percussion lock, with bayonet, steel 

rammer and moveable steel bands. Marked " Amberg, 

242O. Prussian rifled Musket with bayonet, steel rammer 
and brass moveable bands, the lock marked " Pottdam." 
Date about 1840. 


2421. Dutch Flint-lock Rifle of the 18th century, made by 
" Thone. Amsterdam," steel rammer and brass moveable 

2422. Snaphaunce Musket of the 17th century, barrel 
47 inches long, rammer missing. 

2423. German Matchlock Musket of late 17th century. 
The stock throughout is handsomely inlaid with ivory, 
bearing figures of the chase ; it has a wooden rammer ; the 
barrel is 47 inches long. 

2424. French Percussion Musket of about 1840, with steel 
rammer and moveable steel bands. 

2425. French Percussion Musket, date 1840. Steel rammer 
and moveable brass bands. 

2426. Oid Flint-lock Musket with rest. History unknown. 

2427. Wall-piece with rest, made by " E. Barnett," 1793, with 
flint lock and steel rammer, barrel, 4 feet 5 inches in 
length, brass fittings. 

2428 Flint Dog-lock Musket of the time of William III. 
The lock is curious having a catch for the hammer. The 
barrel is 46 inches long ; the rammer (wooden) is missing. 

2429. Flint Dog-lock Musket of the time of Queen Anne. 
The kvck is marked " R. Wooldridge, A." ; the barrel is 
46 inches long ; the rammer is missing. 

2430. Flint-lock Carbine of the time of William III. Barrel 
37 inches long. Steel bands, rammer missing. 

2431. Flint-clog-lock Musket of the time of William III. The 
barrel is 43 inches long ; the rammer is missing. 

2432. Flint-lock Carbine of the time of William III. Barrel 
is 36 inches in length, with wooden rammer. 

2433. French Flint-lock Carbine by " J. C. Niquet," of Liege, 
taken on Lange Dyke, 2nd October, 1799. Steel rammer 
and duplicate sight. The barrel is 29 inches long and the 
fittings are brass. 

2434. German Flint-lock Musket of about 1820, with move- 
able brass bands, steel rammer, duplicate sight ; the 
barrel is 34 inches in length. 

2435. German Wheel-lock Sporting Gun, handsomely 
inlaid in silver, with designs indicative of the chase and the 
battlefield. The barrel is octagonal and 33 inches in 
length, the brass back-sight is detachable, the door of the 
trap slides outwards. The barrel bears the following in- 
scription : " Des Morgens fruger stoltz get der Edle 
hiersze Holtz." It is 17th century manufacture. 


2436. -Flint-lock Musket of the time of George III. Barrel 
42 iu. in length; rammer missing. 

2437. Short Flint-lock Musket, with pike attached ; the lock 
marked 1787. The length of the barrel is 29 inches. With 
pike extended the total length is 8 feet. Steel rammer. 

2438. Percussion Musket, with' "Standidge Bayonet," date 
about 1750, the length of the barrel is 39 inches, the steel 
rammer is attached to the left side. 

2439. A Six-chambered Revolver Rifle, made by "James 
Warner, Springfield, Mass., U.S.A." Percussion action, 
hexagonal barrel. 

244O. Percussion Musket, with pike attached, of about 1830. 
The length of the barrel is 32 in. With the pike extended 
the total length is 8 feet. 

2441. The same as 2440. 

2442. A Russian M. L., S. B., Percussion Musket, with 
bayonet Date about Ir>o2 Brass moveable bands, with steel 
rammer ; length of barrel, 37 inches. Given by His Majesty 
King Edward VII. 

2443. Flint-lock Musket, with octagonal barrel 40 inches long, 

of early 18th century. The trap in the butt slides out- 
wards, wooden rammer. The brass lock-plate is marked 
"I. M." 

2444. Sea Service Musket (percussion), with sword-bayonet. 
Date about 1840. Barrel 31 inches in length, steel rammer. 

2445. Scottish Snaphaunce Musket, with hexagonal barrel, 
41 inches long. Dated 1685. Given by His Majesty King 
Edward VII. 

2446. Cavalry Blunderbuss, flint-lock, with brass furniture. 
Date about 1790. Given by His Majesty King Edward VII. 

2447. Flint-lock Cavalry Carbine, with brass furniture, date 
1830. Steel swivel rammer, lock marked " E. Baker." 
Length of barrel 20 inches. Given by Hit Majesty King 
Edward VII. 

2448. Hand Mortar, with flint lock, date about 1720. Given 
by His Majesty King Edward VII. 

2449. Blunderbuss, with brass barrel 28 inches in length, brass- 
tipped wooden rammer, flint-lock. Date about 1750. Given 
by llis Majesty King Edward VII. 

245O. The same as 2498. Given by His Majesty King Edward VII. 


2451. Heavy German Flint-lock Fixed Gun, with rest 
attached. The barrel is sighted and grooved, and is 1J 
inches in diameter, and 39 in length. The lower portior 
of the butt is made of ivory, the stock is inlaid and con- 
tains a massive steel rammer. Ite flint lock is marked 
" Joseph Winstaler in Baden." Given by His Majesty 
King Edward Vll. 

2452. Russian Flint-lock S. B. Cavalry Carbine, wi;h 
steel rammer. Date about 1820. Given by His Majesiy 
King Edward VII. 

2453. The same as 2452. Given ty His Majesty King JEdward VII 

2454. Portuguese Flint-lock S. B. Cavalry Carbine, 

with wooden rammer. Date 1792. Given by His Majesty 
King Edward VII. 

2455. Rifled Flint-lock Carbine, with pistol grip and steel 
swivel rammer. Lock " E. Baker." Date about 1840. 
Given by His Majesty King Edward Vll. 

2456. Russian Flint-lock S. B. Cavalry Carbine, with 

steel rammer. Date about 1805. Given by His Majesty 
King Edward VII. 

2457. -Russian Percussion S. B. Musket, with bayonet, 
with steel rammer and moveable bands. Date 1850. Given 
by His Majesty King Edward VII. 

2458. French Flint-lock Cavalry Carbine of about 180C. 
Steel rammer and detachable brass bands. With inscription 
" From the First Consul to the 2nd Cavalry Regiment " on 

th<? butt, lock marked "manufacture de Versailles." Given by 
His Majesty King Edward VII. 

2459. French Walking-stick Gun, with moveable lock 
(German), made about 1780. Given by His Majesty King 
Edward VII. 

2460. Combined Lance and Carbine, with flint-lock, date 
about 1800. Steel rammer on the side of the lance. Given 
by His Majesty King Edward VII. 

2461. Large heavy Matchlock, probably Indian, late 17th 
century. Given by His Majesty King Edward VII. 

2462. Carbine with double wheel- lock, of German manufacture, 

wooden rammer. Date about 1700. 

2463. German Flint-lock Breech-loading Sporting 
Gun, with octagonal barrel, date about 1790. 

2464. Cavalry Carbine (French), percussion lock, marked 

" Mre. Ree de Maubenge," about 1850. 


2465. French Fusil, with sword-bayonet, percussion lock, steel 
rammer, and leaf-sight. Date about 1850. 

2466. Fusil de Brayon, with bayonet, 1855, percussion lock, 
steel rammer, moveable bands, lock marked " Mre. Impale 
de Chatellerault." 

2467. Mosquetonde Gendarmerie (1850) with bayonet, 
steel rammer, percussion lock, marked " Mre. Impale de 
St. Ettienne." 

2468. French Carbine, with sword bayonet, 1853 percussion 
lock, steel rammer and leaf-sight. 

2469. Belgian Rifled Musket, with bayonet, about 1855, 
percussion lock, steel rammer, and leaf-sight. 

247O. French Carbine, 1848, with sword bayonet, percussion 
lock, steel rammer, and leaf-sight. 

2471. French Artillery Musket, 1853, percussion lock, steel 
rammer, and moveable brass bands. 

2472. French Fusil de Voltigeur, witli bayonet, steel 
rammer and percusion lock. Date 1853. 

2473. Spanish Musket (1852), with bayonet, percussion lock, 
steel rammer, and moveable brass bands. 

2474. Spanish Musket, i860, sea service, with bayonet, steel 
rammer, percussion lock. 

2475. Belgian Rifle, with sword-bayonet, percussion lock, steel 
rammer. Date about 1850. 

2476. Spanish Rifle, with bayonet, steel rammer, percussion 
lock. Date about 1860. 

2477. Belgian Rifle with sword-bayonet, percussion lock, steel 
rammer. Date about 1850. 

2478. Spanish Rifle, 1859, with bayonet, steel rammer, hinge 

2479. Spanish Rifle, 1855, with bayonet, steel rammer, percus- 
sion lock, leaf-sight and moveable brass bands. 

248O. Spanish Rifle, 1858, -with bayonet, percussion lock, steel 
rammer, fixed sight. 

2481. Spanish Regulation Rifle, 1858, with bayonet, per- 
cussion lock, leaf sight and steel rammer. Given by Sir 
William Codrington, K.C.B. 

2482. Spanish Musket, 1859, with bayonet, steel rammer, per- 
cussion lock, fixed sight. 


2483. Japanese Matchlock. 
2484. Japanese Matchlock. 
2485 Matchlock. 
2486 Indian Matchlock. 
2487. Indian Matchlock. 
2488. Indian Matchlock. 
2489 Chinese Matchl6ck. 

2490. Indian Matchlock with steel lock plates and damas- 
cened barrel 49 in. long, steel rammer. 

2491. Flint-lock Musket, the lock English (Hurst), dated 1799. 
Ihe barrel and stock Indian, and of 17th century manufac- 
ture, the holding bands silver. Steel rammer. Given by 
the Government of India. 

2492. Indian Matchlock, with brass lock plates, plain steel 
barrel, rings at either end, and 48 in. in length. Inscription, 
" Indian manufacture." 

2493. Turkish Carbine, flint locked, hexagonal grooved barrel 
damascened, and 30 in. in length, held to an ornate stock 
inlaid with ivory and gold by silver bands. Wooden ram- 
mer. Given by Admiral Sir F. Nicholson, Bart. 

2494. Indian Matchlock taken at Mooltan. The barrel is 
plain steel 48 in. long, and held by 18 brass bands. The 
stock is ornamented with brass plates and small caps. 
Given by General Salter. 

2495. Indian Matchlock, with plain steel barrel 48 inches long 
held by two brass bands. The stock is of painted wood. 
Given by Captain E. Gibson. 

2496. Indian Matchlock, with steel lock plates, plain barrel 
46 in. in length, held by seven broad brass bands. The 
stock is plain ; 'steel rammer. 

2497. Flint-lock Musket (Indian) of native manufacture. The 
barrel is plain, 48 in. in length ; the stock about the lock is 
decorated with mother-of-pearl and gold. The lock is 
curious, the fore-end is plated with gold. 

2498. Greek Flint-lock Musket, with barrel 42 inches in 
length, held by five bands. The lock plates are steel and 
the stock is decorated with silver plates. Steel rammer. 

2499. Turkish Musket, with English flint-lock, by Trigg, 1782. 
The barrel is 30 in. in length, engraved and damascened ; 
the stock is arcuated. Steel rammer. 


2500. Indian Matchlock, with barrel 54 in. in length, held by 
six brass bands, the stock is of plain wood without orna- 

2501. Indian Matchlock, with barrel 27 in. in length, steel lock 
plates and rammer. 

2502. Bhootanee Matchlock, with barrel 58 in. in length. 
There is no lock or holder, the charge being ignited by 
means of a hand match. The bands are missing. 

2503. The same as 2502. 

2504. Moorish Flint-lock Musket. The barrel is 48 in. long 
and slightly decorated, and held by six broad brass bands. 
The stock is plain steel with rammer. The lock is curious. 
Given by J. Davidson, Esq. 

2505. Handsome Indian Musket, formerly the property of 
the King of Kandy. It has a flint lock which is on the 
left side, llie barrel^ richly damascened in gold, is 62 in. 
in length ; the butt is a solid piece of carved wood. The 
date appears to be about 1640. Given by Rear-Admiral 
The Hon. H. D. Mackay. 

25O6. Indian Matchlock, with barrel 7 ft. 3 in. in length, held 
by two brass bands; the stock is short and plain. 

25O7. Indian Matchlock, with engraved barrel 44 in. in length, 
steel lock plates and plain stock ; steel rammer. 

2508. Indian Matchlock, barrel 64 in. in length; the stock is 
studded with ivory, steel rammer. 

2509. Indian Matchlock, barrel 50 in. in length, held by seven 
narrow brass bands, steel lock plates. The butt is tipped 
with ivory, steel rammer. 

2510. Indian Matchlock, with engraved barrel 56 in. in length, 
steel lock plates. The stock is of a hard yellow wood and 
tipped with ivory, steel rammer. 

2511. Turkish Flint-lock Musket, barrel 50 in. long, held by 
five brass bands. The stock is strengthened throughout 
with steel ; steel rammer. 

2512. Indian Matchlock, barrel 50 in. long, brass lock plates, 
stock tipped with ivory, steel rammer. 

2513. Indian Matchlock, with barrel 50 in. long, damascened 
at either end, lock plates brass, stock tipped with brass. 
Taken at Delhi, 1857. Given by General air A. Barnard. 

2514. Indian Matchlock from Delhi, 1857. Barrel fO in. long, 
damascened at both ends. The lock plates are steel, and 
the lock is constructed to fire two charges. The stock is 
decorated, steel rammer. Given by Lieut. -Colonel J. Smith, 
Madras Cavalry. 


2515. Indian Matchlock, barrel 50 in. long, slightly damascened 
at either end, and held by eight steel bands. The stock 
is plain but tipped with ivory. Given ~hti Sir Samuel G. 

2517. Moorish Flint-lock Musket, the barrel 52 in. in length, 
decorated at the butt-end with precious stones, etc., and 
held by nine silver bands. The lock is similarly decorated, 
the butt is capped with ivory. It has a wooden rammer. 

2518. Moorish Flint-lock Musket, barrel 58 in. in length, 

surrounded with brass foil. The stock is decorated with 
stones. Given by Lieut. -General Sir William Codrington, 

2519. Flint-lock Magazine Musket for seven charges, the 
barrel dated 1786, is 41 in. in length. The charges are 
fired by means of pressing the two triggers in succession 
until the 7th is pulled to full extent of the butt. The 
lock is marked " Jova and Belton." 

2520. Indian Matchlock, with heavy hexagonal barrel, 42 in in 
length, held with five steel bands. It has steel lock plates, 
and fitted with a rest ; steel rammer. 

2521. Flint-lock Revolver Musket, with four chambers. The 
barrels are of English make, the locks and stock Indian. 
The chambers revolve on the catch on the right side being 

2522. Turkish Flint-lock Carbine, with grooved barrel 22 in. 
long. The lock is English. It was picked up at the battle- 
field of Ahmed-Khel, Egypt, 1880. 

2523. Flint-lock Musquetoon (Afghan), probably cavalry 
weapon, with steel rammer and engraved barrel. 

2524. Revolver-Musket, with matchlock and five chambers, 
which revolve from left to right, the powder being retained 
in the feeding cups by means of steel slides. The entire 
barrel is engraved. It is Indian and the date is about 1750. 
Steel rammer. 

2525. Air-gun, with globular chamber under barrel. It is fired by 
means of a lock which, when the trigger is pulled, causes 
a needle to penetrate the door of the globe, and so release 
the air. Lock marked " Wheeler." Wooden rammer. 

2526. Cockran Rifle, 1867. A breech-loader with a drop action, 
charged from underneath. 

2527. Schneider's Improved Snider Rifle. 

2528. Air-gun (German), with air-chamber in butt. It is loaded by 
winding the key in the butt with a crank. Wooden ram- 


2529. Spencer Rifle, breech-loader, drop action, 1860. 

2530. Carter and Edwards' Patent B. L. Rifle, with bolt 
action, 1857. 

2531. Storm's Patent B.L. Rifle, 1864, block action. 
2532 Wilson's Patent Bolt-action Rifle. 

2533. Ames' Patent B.L. Rifle, with lever action, percussion 
hammer on right side, 1845. 

2534. A Double-barrelled B.L. Pin-fire Sporting Gun, 

with curious breech action. 

2535. Spencer Rifle, with bayonet, B.L., drop action. 1860. 

2536. Potts and Hunt* s Patent B.L. Rifle, block action. 

2537. Needham's Patent B.L. Rifle, side block action, 1866 
2538. Wilkinson's Under-lock Rifle, M.L. 

2539. A German Sporting Gun, made in Presbourg; wooden 
rammer and trigger guard. 

254O. Patent B.L. Rifle, with upper block action. 

2541. Henry's Patent B.L. Rifle, with drop action, per- 
cussion lock. 

2542. Storm and Braendlin's Patent B.L. Rifle, block 
action, 1866. 

2543. Mont-Storm Patent B.L. Rifle, block action, percus- 
sion lock, 1861. 

2544. Sear's Patent B.L. Rifle, bolt action, pin fire. 

2545, Selwyn Patent Magazine Rifle. 

2546. Remington B.L. Rifle, with bayonet. 

2547 Kerr*s Patent B.L. Rifle with bolt action. 

2548. Newark's Patent Converted Rifle, B.L., block action. 

2549-2563. Collection of Chinese Arms. 

2549. Spear. 
2550. Half-moon Spear. 
2551. Three-pronged Spear. 
2552. Half -moon Spear. 
2553. Barbed Spear. 


2554. Glaive. 

2555. Half-moon Spear. 

2556. Glaive. 

2557. Spear. 

2558. Three-pronged Spear. 

2559. Double-hook Spear. 

2560. Barbed Spear. 

2561. Three-pronged Spear. 

2562. Bill. 

2563. Glaive. 

Given by Admiral Sir Michael Seymour, G.C.B. 

2564. Cossack's Sword of 1854. 
2565. Cossack's Pistol of 1854. 

2566. Russian Sword, taken at the Battle of Tchernaya, 16th 
August, 1855. 

2567. Russian Drummer's Sword of 1854. 

2568. Short Curved Russian Sword, with brass hilt, 1854, 

2569. Japanese Sword-Spear (Naginata), s. Seki Kanezumi 
of Noshiu. 

257O. Japanese Spear. On the ' handle gilt characters 
" Hayashi " and crest, s. Tsunahiro of Soshiu, 4th Ansei, 
August, 1857. 

2571. Japanese Spear (Yari), s. Taira-no-Motoaki of Sasshiu. 

2572-2573. Two Helmets of the Russian 26th Regiment, from 
the Crimea. 

2574. Model of a New Zealand War Pah, executed by 
the donor in 1851. Given by Lieutenant Balneavis, 58th 

2575. Suit Of Page's Armour time of King James 1. Given 
'by the Rev. T. B. Murray. 

2576. A Complete Suit of English Armour of the 16th 
century, consist?ng of helmet and beaver and visor, gor- 
get, breast-plates with tassets and cuisses, back-plates 
with garde de rein ; pouldrons. vambraces, and gauntlets. 
Given by Captain T. B. Williams. 

2577. A Halberd of the 16th century, believed to have come from 
Nottingham Castle. Given by Captain T. B. Williams 

2578. French Drummer's Sword of about 1850. 

2579. Officer's Undress Sword of the Westminster Yeomanry 


2580. Drummer's Sword of 1830. 

2581. Officer's Sword of the Madras Light Cavalry. 

2582. Two-handed Swiss Sword of the 16th century, with 
long straight quillons and large pommel. From the Vene- 
tian Armoury. 

2583. Sea Service Cutlass, time of George III. 

2584. - A Dress Sword, with brass hilt, made in 1858 at Chicopee 
U.S.A. The blade grooved, the handle bound with copper 
gimp. The scabbard would be of black leather with brass 

2585. Two-handed Sword, with scabbard, time of Henry 
Vlll. llie blade is flat and 37 in. long by 2 in. wide, 
tapering towards the point ; the pommel is 2J in. in dia- 
meter. The quillons are straight aud extend 4J in. on 
either side of the blade. The handle is 10 in. in length 
and surrounded with gimp. Given by The Honourable 
Lady Grey. 

2586. Morion, late 16th century. 

2587. Italian Cabasset, 16th century, richly engraved. 

2588. Two-handed German Sword, 6 ft. 2 in. in length, 
15th century. The blade, 3 ft. 2 in. long from the lower 
guard to the point, has sinuous edges. The quillons are 
curved and engraved. The pommel is 2 in. in diameter. 
The handle, 20 in. long, is bound with cloth and velvet. 

2589. Morion, late 16th century. 

259O. Suit of Armour, Pikeman, of the 17th century, consisting 
of casque, gorget, breast-piece, back-piece, and garde de 

2591. Chamfron of the 16th century, with attachment for main 

2592. New Zealand Meri of Jade stone. (A Meri is a war club, 
which was used by the natives of New Zealand. It is 
seldom less than a foot or more than 18 in. long, and is 
made of wood, bone, basaltic stone, or green jade.) 

2593-2599. Seven New Zealand Meri of stone. 

2600. New Zealand Meri of green jade stone. Given ty The 
Lord Byron. 

2601-2604. Four New Zealand Meri of bone. 
28O5-2608. Four New Zealand Meri of carved wood. 


2609. New Zealand Adze of green jade. Given by Tha Lord 

2610. New Zealand Adze of stone. Given by The Lord Byron. 

2611. New Zealand Adze of green jade. Given by The Lord 

2612-2613. Two Shells, worn by the natives of the Naga Hills. 

2614. Cast of a Bust of Vice-Admiral Lord Nelson, 
K.B., by J. Flaxmaii, K.A., in the United Service Ulub. 

2615. Chamfron of the 16th century. 

2616. -Mauser Rifle, bent bolt, manufactured at Berlin, surren^ 
dered during Boer War. Given by Staff-Surgeon C. M. 
BeadneU, B.N. 

2617. Martini-Henry Rifle, with Metford rifling, made by 
Westley Richards & Co., taken at Crouje's trenches iu 
the South African War. Given by Staff-Surgeon C. M. 
BeadneU, B.N. 

2618. -Westley Richards' Patent Carbine, 1866, percus- 
sion lock, surrendered during the Boer "War. Given by 
Staff-Surgeon C. M. BeadneU, E.N. 

2619. Martini-Henry Rifle, made specially by Westley Eichards 
& Co., for the South African Republic, taken in the Boer 
War. Given by Staff-Surgeon C. M. BeadneU, B.N. 

2620. Remington Rifle, with bayonet, taken during the war in 
the Phillipines. Given by Staff-Surgeon C. M. BeadneU 

2621. Mauser Carbine, bent bolt, manufactured at Berlin, 1896, 
taken during the Boer War. Given by Staff-Surgeon C. M. 
BeadneU, E.N. 

2622. Martini-Henry Carbine, taken during the Boer War. 
Given by Staff-Surgeon C. M. BeadneU, E.N. 

2623. Snider Rifle, surrendered by the Boers at Paardeburg, 
February 18th, 1900. Given by Staff-Surgeon C. M. Bead- 
neU, B.N. 

2624. Sporting Gun, by Kieser, of Capetown, percussion lock, 
surrendered by the Boers in 1900. Given by Staff-Surgeon 
C. M. BeadneU, B.N. 

2625. Cossack Lance from the Crimea. 

2626. Russian Side-drum, picked up in the Shipka Pass 
Turco-Russian War, August, 1877. When found the head 
of a decapitated Russian drummer was on it. 


2627. Percussion Musket of 1SW, with bajonet, leaf sight, 
marked "lower, 

2628. Converted Enfield Snider Rifle, 

2629. Flint-lock M usque toon of &:: 
rammer. Length of haiMl 96 in- 

2 6 3O. Flint-lock Musquetoon of about 1~0, with steel 
rammer. Barrel 35 in. long. 

2631. Double-barrel ITlilt iaciilgpoi ting Gun, by Tatham, 
London, about 1820. The barrels are placed the one over 
the other, a**A of side by side; rammer missing- It 
bears the Royal Arms, 

Barrel 12 in. ia length. 

Date about 1870. 

2633 Flint-lock Musquetoon, fonod in the Solomon Islands. 
It is of Turkish manufacture. Steel rammer. Length of 
barrel 15 in. 

2634* Russian Rrfle, percussion lode, steel nonner and brass 
fittings. Bait marked " Inkerman, November 5th, 1^4." 

2635. Russian Musket, with bmroi^L daft 1*11. from the 
Crimea. Given by Crtontl H. C. Dtnbcuey, C-B. 

2636 Russian Percussion Musket, dated I49, from the 

2637-2638,-Two Russian Percussion Muskets, with 
bayonets, dated 1848. From the Crimea. Girem by Major- 

r---' -.-.. 

2639. Umbrella of Shy Koffiee ^1^1K, who was defeated at 
Comassie by the British Troops under Major-General Sir 
Garnet Wolseley. The umbreDa was pn'MiaiUMl to Her 
late Majesty Queen Victoria, and transferred to this 
Museum from Windsor Castle in 1903, by command of 
His Majesty King Edward Til. Gire* by His Ma jest f 
King Edward Til. 

26*0, Umbrella of King Prempeh, who was taken prisoner by the 
British Troops under Colonel Sir Francis Scott at Comassie 
in 1896. The umbrella was presented to Her late Majesty 
Queen Victoria, and was transferred to this Museum from 
Windsor Castle in 1903, by Command of His Majesty King 
VTI. Gir*m by Hit Majesty King Edward Til. 

2641. Sword, Indian CaTairy pattern (Guides)- Girem ty 
G. H. Elliot. 

2*42: Jingle Jchrmv r^d in the Band of the bte %td West India 
Regiment (Zouaves). 


2643 Signal Box of H.M.S. "Victoria," sunk off Tripoli, on 
the ii2nd June, 1893, by collision with H.M.S. " Camper- 
down." Vice-Admiral Sir George Tryon, the Commander- 
in-Chief in the Mediterranean, and 388 Officers and men 
were drowned 1 . Given by Lieutenant Lord Gilljord, B.N. 

2644. Entrenching Spade, with folding handle, invented by 

Commander E. B. Boyle. R.N. Given by Commander E. 
B. Boyle, E.N. 

2645. Double-headed Bar Shot, fired into HM.S. "Asia," at 
the Battle of Navarino. Given by Colonel A. E. Codring- 
ton, C.V.O., C.B. 

2646. Nautical Night-glass, as used up to about the year 1840. 
Given by Admiral J . F. L. P. Maclear. 

2647. Model to scale of a Splinter-proof Rope Mantlet, for placing 
between naval guns. Submitted to the Admiralty by Cap- 
tain A. B. Tulloch, 69th Regiment, in 1869, and adopted 
and placed in naval gunnery Regulations. Given by Major- 
General Sir A. B. Tulloch, K.C.B., C.M.G. 

2648. Field Canteen of Major-General James Wolfe, who died 
in Action at Quebec, on September 13th, 1759, at the age 
of 33. He was the son of an Officer of the Army, and 
was born at Westerham. 

The City of Quebec was beseiged in June, 1759, by 9,000 
British Troops, under Major-General Wolfe, assisted by 
a fleet of 22 ships of war, under Admiral Holmes. The 
place was defended by about 16,000 French, under Mont- 
calm. Wolfe was too weak numerically for an investment 
and his object was to draw Montcalm into an engagement. 
On July 31st he was defeated in an attack on Montcalm' s 
lines outside the City, but on September 13th, having 
landed above Quebec, he met and defeated the French, 
who evacuated the place on the 17th. 

The Canteen became the property of the Honourable 
Robert Monckton, the second in command at Qwebec, who 
subsequently attained the rank of Lieutenant-General. It 
remained in the possession of his family until given to 
this Museum in Jane, 1906. Given by Colonel The Vis- 
count Galway, C.B., A.D.C., Sherwood Rangers (Notting- 
hamshire) Imperial Yeomanry. 

2649. Pair of Colours of the late 39th Madras Native Infantry, 
1870-82. The Royal Colour is the great Union, and th'e 
Regimental Colour is dark green in accordance with the 
facings of the Regiment. Formerly the 1st. Battalion of 
the 20th Madras Native Infantry, it was raised at Tanjore 
in October, 1804 ; its war services including the 2nd Mah- 
ratta War in 1817-18. The Regiment took part in the 
remarkable battle and defence of Seetabuldee on the 26th 
and 27th November, 1817, and the battle of Nagpore, 
fought on the 16th December, 1817, both of which victories 


In whose reign the Banqueting House of Whitehall Palace 
was erected. 

(From the buit hi Li Sutur, in the Royal United Sen 


ar emblazoned on the Colours. In the former action a 
British Force of under 1,400 men engaged and defeated a 
Mahratta Army of nearly 20,000 men under the Regent, 
Appa Sahib. The Colours here exhibited were retired from 
service in June, 1882, when the Regiment was disbanded 
in consequence of the reduction of the Madras Infantry. 
Given by The Secretary of State for India. 

265O. -Bust, by Le Sueur, of His Majesty King James I. (1603-25), 

in whose reign this building was erected as the Banqueting 
House of Whitehall Palace. 

2651. Sword, presented in 1804 to Captain John Hilton, 2nd Regi- 
ment Loyal London Volunteer Infantry, by the 5th Company 
of the Regiment '' as a testimony of their respect for his 
conduct as a Gentleman, and ability as an Officer." Cap- 
tain Hilton commanded the 5th Company. Given by James 
JJilton, Esq., F.S.A., per General Sir J. A. E. Eaines, 

2652. A Universal Dial (8 ins.) with azimuth plate, provided with 
two spirit levels and adjusting screws, no maker's name on 
it, but its date is about 1720. Given by Captain W. H. 
Smyth, E.N. 

2653. -A Universal Dial (8 ins.) by John Heath, of London, with 
azimuth plate, compass, adjusting screws, and two spirit 
levels. Equations of time are shewn on the azimuth plate, 
Longitudes of towns on the vertical circle, date about 1790. 
Given by Captain W. II. Smyth, E.N. 

2654-. Brass Sundial (7 ins.) on square plate with gnomon 
hinged on the plate. It has a compass and two spirit levels, 
made by J- Sisson, of London, date about 1800. Given by 
Captain The Duke of Northumberland, R.N. (4th Duke.) 

2655. Brass Sundial (0 ins.), the small circle works round the 
hour circle by rack-work. Given by Commander C. J. 
Austin, B.N. 

2656.- A Brass Plummet Quadrant, radius 12 ins., with 
fixed sight-hole and cross wires on adjustable stand, the 
small stud is for the plummet. The quadrant plate is en- 
graved with projection of the sphere, &c., made by J. Sisson, 
London. Given by Captain The Duke of Northumberland, 
E.N. (4th Duke.) 

2657. BackstafF or Davis Quadrant in wood, with divided 
scales, the sighte are wanting. Given by Lieut. W. P. 
Newenham, E.N. 

2658. A Brass Scale inscribed "T. Carwitham, Inventor," and 
"Thos. Heath Fecit." Engraved on both sides with various 
scales, etc , etc. 


2659. A Brass Sight Instrument, with 9 in. plate and com- 
pass in the centre, with fixed and nioveable sights and scale. 
It is on a ball and socket joint beneath and tube for fixing 
on support. Ornamental open work within engraved circle. 
Made by Tobias Caspar, of Hamburg, 1667. 

2660. Earl's Niometrican, with suspension apparatus, its use 
would appear to be that of the present protraction. 

2661. A Sight Azimuth Instrument, made by J. H. Steward, 
Strand, W.C. 

2662. -A Large Brass Sextant, 20 in. radius, attached to brass 
tube by universal joint and socket. It has two telescopes. 
Made by J. Bird, London. Probably intended for horizontal 

2663-2666. Four Pikes used by the Welsh Chartists in their 
attack on Newport in 1840. 

About 10,000 chartists from the neighbouring mines, 
armed with guns, pikes, etc., arrived at Newport, 4th 
November, 1839. They divided themselves into two bodies 
one, under the command of Mr. John Frost, an ex-magis- 
trate, proceeded down the principal street, whilst the other, 
headed by his son, took the direction of Stow-hill. They met 
in front of the Westgate Hotel, where the magistrates were 
assembled with about 30 soldiers of the 45th Regiment, and 
several special constables. The Rioters broke the windows 
and fired on the inmates, by which the Mayor, Mr. (after- 
wards Sir Thomas) Phillips, and several other persons were 
wounded. The soldiers returned the fire, and dispersed the 
mob, which fled, leaving about 20 dead and others wounded. 
A detachment of the 10th Royal Hussars arrived from 
Bristol, and the town became tranquil. 

" Chartism was a movement in Great Britain for the ex- 
tension of political power to the working classes, rising out 
of national distress and popular disappointment, with the 
result of the Reform Bill of 1832. The Chartists' demands 
were six in number Universal Suffrage, Vote by Ballot, 
Annual Parliaments, Payment of the Members, the 
Abolition of the Property Qualification, and Equal Electoral 
Districts. Given by Captain Howell, Royal Glamorgan 

2667-267O. - Four Pikes used at the Battle of Vinegar Hill, 21st 
June, 1798, in the Irish Rebellion. 

Vinegar Hill is near Enniscorthy, in Wexford. Here the 
Irish Rebels, headed by Father John, a priest, encamped and 
committed many outrages on the surrounding country. 
They were gradually surrounded by the British troops com- 
manded by Lake, and after a fierce struggle, with much 
slaughter, totally dispersed. 


2671-2672. -Two Pike* used by the rioters during the Fenian 
Insurrection in 1865-6. 

The Fenians consisted of a "brotherhood" in the United 
States and Ireland, united to liberate Ireland and establish 
a Republic. The agitation was begun, it is said, by James 
Stephens in March, 1858, and in 1864 enlistments and secret 
drillings took place. The Fenian Oath is, "I promise by the 
divine law of God to do all in my power to obey the laws of 
the Society F.B., and to free and regenerate Ireland from 
the yoke of England. So help me God." 

2673. -Model of the Alcantara Bridge across the Tagus during the 
Peninsula War. One of the principal arches was blown up 
by the British Army in 1809, and the breach made was 90 
feet wide and 150 feet above the water-line. When it was 
necessary to re-establish communication over the bridge 
unknown to the French, Major Sturgeon invented an appli- 
cation of cordage which could be removed and replaced at 
ease, and prepared secretly. It was completed on llth 
June, 1812, on which day the Siege Artillery crossed it. 

The model was made by Lieut. A. Lane-Fox, Grenadier 
Guards. Given by Lieut. A. Lane-Fox, Grenadier Guards. 

2674. -The Cage in which Mr?. Noble was imprisoned in China for 
ten days during the winter of 1839-40. having her hands and 
feet in irons, and never being allowed out for any purpose. 
The "Kite," of which vessel her husband was master, was 
wrecked on the coast of China ajid all the crew were made 
prisoners (except Captain Noble, who was drowned), and 
confined in cages of a similar description. After 10 or 12 
days' suffering they were taken out of the cages and lodged 
in Temples in different parts of the City or Ningpo, the 
irons were taken off and a small amount of liberty granted. 
At the end of six months the survivors were finally released 
and handed over to the Commander of the British Force at 

2675. -Arms of the late Orange Free State, hauled down 
on the occupation of Bloemfontein by the British troops on 
March 13th, 1900. Given by Major-General Sir G. T. 
Pretyman, K.C.M.G., C.B. 

2676. Coat of quilted armour taken in action from Koer Singh, the 
famous Rajput Chief of Jugdespore, on August 12th, 1857, 
by Major Vincent Eyre, commanding the Field Force which 
relieved Arrah. Given by Major-General Sir V. Eyre, 
K.C.S.I., C.B. 

2677. A Complete Suit of Silkh Chain Armour with head- 
piece, and plate protection for chest and wrists. The entire 
suit is very finely knitted. Given by D. F. McLeod, Esq. 

2678. Indian M.L. Swivel Gun, taken at Kabul in 1842. 
Given by the Secretary of the State for India. 


2679. Burmese Iron Swivel Gun. Given by the Officers, 55th 

268O. Iron M.L. Gun. 

2681. Burmese Brass M.L. Swivel Gun. Given by the 
General Officer Commanding Expeditionary Force, 1886. 

2682.- Brass 4 Pounder B.L. Gun, found in the Pelsart Group 
N.W. Coast of Australia. Given by Capt. Wickham, R.N. 

2683. -A Malay Iron M. L. Swivel Gun. Given by Lieut- 
Colon^ R. S. F. Walker, C.M.G. 

2684. -Iron B.L. Swivel Gun. 

2685. Iron Burmese M.L. Swivel Gun with sights. 

2686. Iron B.L. Swivel Gun taken at Amoy. -Given by the 
Officers 55th Regiment. 

2687. Chinese B.L. Wall Piece taken at the Bogue Forts. 
Given by the Officers 55th Regiment. 

2688. Small Burmese M. L. Swivel Gun. Given by G. O. ('. 
Burmah Expeditionary Force 1886. 

2689. Gun, 7ft. 6 in. long, weight 11 cwt , diameter of bore 2^ in. 
The piece is less than a 3 pr. ; and composed apparently cf 
copper and tin bouched with iron. It is embossed all over 
with a Vandyke pattern. The gun was taken at the Hill 
Fort of Copiddroog on 2nd June. 1858, by a column under 
the command of Major-General D. Macleod. Given by 
Major-General D. Macleod, Madras Army. 

269O. Burmese Iron B. L. Swivel Gun. 

2691. -Chinese B.L. Wall Piece, taken at the Bogue Forts. - 
Given by the Officers 55th Regiment. 

2692. Gun captured with nine other pieces of artillery on 27th 
January, 1897, from the Fulahs, at Bida, in the Niger-Sudan 
Campaign, by the Hausa Troops of tKe Royal Niger Com- 
pany. Given by the Royal Niger Company. 

2693. Flint-lock Boat-gun made in 1793. 

2694. Burmese B.L. Swivel Gun. Given by G. O. C. Burmah 
Expeditionary Force, 1886. 

2695. Brass 3-pr. B.L. Gun. 

2696. Long Match-lock Wall-piece. 

2697. Chinese B.L. Gun with very handsomely moulded muzzle 
and serrated rib down the barrel. 


2698. Brass Muzzle- Load ing Swivel Gun from the South 

2699. Long Match-lock Wall-piece. 

2700. Old Chinese Swivel Gun. 

2701. Heavy Match-lock Wall-piece. 

27O2. Swivel Gun captured from the stronghold of the African 
Chief Nanna, during the operations on the Bonin River, 
1894. Given by Rear-Admiral F. G. D. Bedford, C.B. 

2703. Brass Indian Gun taken at Kabul in 1842. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

2704. Long Brass Indian Gun cast by Tippoo Sahib, and taken 
at the storming of Seringapatam, 1799. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

2705. - B.L. Gun discovered at the mouth of Aunai River in British 
Guiana by the Macusi Indians. Supposed to be of Dutch 
manufacture, and cast about the year 1580. Given by C. 
B. Brown, Esq., Guiana Geological Survey. 

27O6. A B.L. Pistol, patented 25th October, 1864, by H. Hammond. 
Given, by P. F. Nursey, Esq. 

2707. A Pair of Brazilian Iron Spurs. -Given by Captain 
G. D. Barnes. 

27O8. -A Pair of Moorish Spurs. -Given by Lieut-Colonel H. 
Le Blanc. 

27O9. - A Pair of Moorish Spurs. Given by Lieut -Colonel H. 
Le Blanc. 

271O. A Pair of Spanish Spurs of about A.D. 1 500. Given by 
Lieut. J. B. WUliams, ^tK Dragoon Guards. 

2711. A Pair of Brazilian Spurs. Given by Colonel Tucker, 

2712.-A Pair of Moorish Spurs. -Given by H.M. King Edward 

2713. A Pair of Spanish Spurs from Brazil. Given by Cap- 
tain C. A. Barnes. 

2714. A Spur found in the water at Stanford, Tottenham Brook. 
Given by T. Pownall, Esq., R.N. 

2715. -Spur, found in the ruins of Halesowen Abbey, Shropshire. 
Given by J. C. Brekets, Esq. 

2716. Military Spur worn during the thirty years war 1618-1648. 
Given by A. W. Franks, E$q. 


2717. Wooden Spurs from Patagonia. Given by Captain Graves, 

2718. -Spur found in the ruins of Halesowen Abbey, Shropshire. 
Given by J. C. Brekets, Esq. 

2719. A Model of "Long Cecil," a gun made at Kimberley 
during the siege in 1900 by Mr. Labran, an American 
engineer, who was killed shortly after his work was com- 
pleted. The model is made out of Boer Ammunition fired 
into Kimberley, or taken from Boer prisoners captured by 
the Kimberley Garrison. Deposited by H.M. King Edward 

272O-2723. Models of Four Field Guns made from the 
metal of guns taken from the Sikhs at the battle of 

2724-2726. Models of Three Siege Guns made from gun 
metal of guns captured during the Sutlej Campaign of 
1845-46. Given by General Sir George Brooke. 

2727. Model Of a Howitzer Gun made from the metal of guns 
captured during the Sikh War of 1845-6. Given by General 
Sir George Brooke. 

2728 Model of the Limber of a Field Gun (Sikh), 1845-6. 
2729. Model of a Sikh Forage Cart, 1845-6 (incomplete). 

2730. - A Brass Model Of 32-pr. Gun, on Naval carriage, for 
working on an inclined plane. 

2731. A Brass Model Of a Chinese Gun, on Naval carriage- 

2732. Model Of an 8 in. Howitzer Gun, heavy Held pattern, 
with carriage and limber. 

2733. Model of Pontoon Cooking Range. Given by 
Surgeon-Major Stanfield. 

2734. Model of a Double Wedge B.L. Gun on levelling 

Field Carriage. Given by Lieut. Gybbon Spilsbury, 5th 
West York Militia. 

2735. Model Of a Grasshopper Gun.Giren by the Duke of 

2736. Model in Brass of a 13 in. Mortar, scale 2 in.= 
1 foot. Given by Colonel Sir Augustus Frazer, K.C.B. 

2737. Model of a Field Forge and Limber, scale 2 in.- 

1 foot. 

The Original Forge Waggon being constructed to be 
worked in the waggon only, the farriers were exposed to 
the inclemency of the weather, not being able to get the 
waggon always under cover. The motive for constructing 
a portable forge with the apparatus required for the waggon 


was that the farriers oould remove it from the waggon and 
place it in a stable or shed, where, in all probability, 
there would not be room to admit the whole waggon. It 
the Portable Forge is not required, the bellows can be 
worked in the waggon, in the same position as it is carried, 
by placing the two iron sockets (inside the waggon) over the 
gudgeons of the bellows ; the rock stave to be worked in the 
same way as on the portable forge, the hearth, tew-iron and 
trestle to be placed to the rear of the waggon towards the 
nozzle of the gun. When upon the line of march the whole 
is carried inside the body of the waggon, the anvil removed 
from the block and carried on the perch-pole. Given by 
Saddler-Sergeant D. Johnson, 1st Royal Dragoons, who con- 
structed the model. 

2738. A Joslyn Carbine, 1864. Rifled, with fixed sight (Ameri- 
can). Given by P. F. Nursey, Esq. 

2739. Model Of a. 6-pr. Field Gun, with carriage. Tlie gun 
was cast from old Brass Buttons, chaoo-plates. chain, etc., 
belonging to every Regiment of Cavalry in H.M. Service. 
Made by the donor 1851. Given by Saddler-Sergeant 1). 
Johnson, Royal Dragoons, Cavalry Depot, Maidstone. 

2740. Model of a light 6-pr. Field Gun and Carriage 

of the date of 1850. Given by Colonel Tylden, R.A. 

2741. Model Of a 9-pr. Rifled M.L. Field Gun, with wrought 
iron carriage. The Gun weighed 8 cwt. 1 qr. 4 Ibs. Charge 
1| Ibs. Shell 9 Ibs. 12 ozs. 

2742. Model of a disappearing 32-pr. Gun and Car- 
riage for firing over a parapet, frtren. by J. Cheetham, Esq. 

2743.- Model of S.B. Field Gun and Carriage. It is of 

the early part of the XIX. Century, the powder 
being placed in the gun with a scoop. The Model is en- 
graved " From Sam Walker to his much esteemed friend, 
Robert Ker Porter. 1st June, 1803." 

2744 Model Of a Brass Mortar with wooden bed. \k in. 

2745-2746. Two Chinese Steel " Main-gauches," 

octagonal in shape. " A weapon used for the purposes 
of parrying." 

2747-2748. -Two Chinese Steel " Main-gauches," 

octagonal in shape with brass handles. 

2749-275O. -Two Chinese Steel "Main-gauches," quad- 

ri-Lateral in shape. 

2751-2752. Two Chinese Brass "Main-gauches," with 


2753-2754. Two Chinese Steel "Main-gauches," with 

back guard. 


2755. A Chinese Steel " Main-gauche," with guard. 

2756. Chinese Steel " Main-erauches," with guard 
(circular). The body is also the barrel of a gun and is fired 
from the touch-hole at the handle- 

2757. A Chinese Cutlass, with brass guard, for the left hand 

2758-276O. Three Chinese Cutlasses, with brass guards, for 
the right hand. 

2761. A Chinese Cutlass for the right hand, with steel guard. 

2762-2766. Five Chinese Cutlasses for the left hand, with 
steel guard. 

2767-2774.- Eight Chinese Swords. 

2775. A Chinese Sword with brass circular guard. Given by 

Sir W. Burnett, M.D., K.C.H. 

2776. A Burmese Short Sword with wooden handle, gilded. 

2777. A Chinese Executioner's Sword. Given by G. 
Hughes, Esq. 

2778. A Chinese Short Sword with carved ivory handle. 
2779-2780. Two Chinese Daggers. 

2781-2784. Four Chinese Daggers in scabbards with brass 


2785. Short Chinese Sword in wooden scabbard with brass 

2786. Shaft Of Arrows from the Island of Formosa. Given by 
Captain S. A. Brooker, E.N. 

2787. - Bundle of Chinese Arrows. 
2788. -Bundle of Chinese Arrows. 
2789. Bundle of Chinese Arrows. 

279O. Bundle of Chinese Arrows. Given by Sir Henry 

2791. A Chinese "Nose and Ear" Chopper. Given by 

Lieut. P. It. Napier, B.N. 

2792. Lock of the Small South Gate of Canton. -Given 
by Lieut. -Colonel Ladder, 5Qth Reg>t. 

2793. A Chinese War Hatchet. 

2794. A Chinese Weapon for ripping open the abdomen. 

2795. A Chinese Battle Axe. Given by Sir Wm. Burnett. 


2796. Model of a Horse Artillery Gun and Limber of 

the date of 1850. 

2797. Model of a 12-pr. Rocket Carriage and Limber. 

When packed it weighed 33 cwt. 3 qrs. 24 Ibs. Given by the 
Secretary of State for War. 

2798. -Model Of a Rifled B.L. 12-pr. (Armstrong) Forage 
Waggon and Limber. Weight when packed, 32 cwt. and 
14 Ibs. Given by the Secretary of State for War. 

2799. -Model of a Rifled B.L. 12-pr. (Armstrong) Ammu- 
nition Waggon and Limber. Weight packed, 43 cwt. 
2 qrs., carries 90 rounds. Given by the Secretary of State 
for War. 

2800. Model of a 12-pr. Rifled B.L. (Armstrong) Gun 
Carriage and Limber. Weight packed 37 cwt. 3 qrs.; 

carries 32 rounds. Given by the Secretary of State for 

28O1-28O2. Two Chinese Cross- Bows. - Git-en by Robert 
Inglis, Esq. 

28O3-28O6. Four Chinese Bows. Given by Sir W. Burnett, 
M.D., K.C.B., E.N. 

28O7. A Chinese Basket Shield.- Given by Sir W. Burnett, 
M.D., K.C.B., E.N. 

28O8. -A Chinese Bill. 
28O9. A Chinese Glaive. 
281O. -A Chinese Glaive. 
2811. A Chinese Bill. 

2812. A Chinese Three-Pronged Spear. 

2813. - A Chinese Three-Pronged Spear. Giren by Jfobert 
Inglis, Esq. 

2814. A Chinese Half-Moon Spear. 

2815. -A Chinese Spear. 

281 6. -A Chinese Glaive. 

2817. A Chinese Pike. 

2818. A Chinese Executioner's Sword. 

2819. A Chinese Bill. 

282O-2823. Four Chinese Glaives. 

2824. A Chinese Two-Handed Sword. 


2825-2826. Two Chinese Glaives. 

2827. -A Chinese Glaive. Given by Sir Edward Belcher. 

2828. A Matchlock brought from the Corea. Given by Lieu- 
tenant Stewart Polkinghorne, E.M.L.l. 

2829. A Chinese Bow.- Given by Lieutenant P. H. Smith, \\th 

283O. A Pair of Chinese Stirrups. Given by Major W. 
Edie, 98th Eegt. 

2831. A Chinese Powder Flask. 

2832. Chinese Long Bow as used by Chinese Infantry. Given 
by Major W. Edie, 98th Eegt. 

2833. Chinese Bow and Arrows (4) taken in the Taku Forts 
from a dead' Tartar. Given by Comder. E. A Brown, E.N. 

2834. Shaft of a Bow from the Island of Formosa. Given by 
Captain G. A.. Brooker, B. N. 

2835. A Chinese Arrow Case. 

2836. - Chinese War Mask. 
2837. Chinese Gong (brass). 

2838. -Chinese Iron Gong. 

2839. Chinese Pouch for Flint and Steel. -Given by *</ 
Wm. Burnett. M.D. 

284O-2841. Two Pairs of Chinese Saddle-bags. 
2842. A Chinese Basket Shield. 

2843. A Chinese Drum.- -Given by Henry Norman, Esq. 

2844. A Bundle of Chinese Arrows (11). Given by Major 
W. Edie, 98th Eegt. 

2845. A Bundle of Whistling Chinese Arrows. -Given 
by Major W. Edie, 98th Eegt. 

2846. Bundle of Chinese Arrows with heavy wooden ends 
in place of points. 

2847. Bundle Of Chinese Arrows with spade-shaped ends. 

2848. Bundle of Chinese Rocket Arrows with barbed 
spade-shaped points, for setting fire to shipping Given by 
J. W. Crawford, Esq. 

2849. Chinese Quiver for Arrows, made of cane. Given by 

Lieut. P. H. Smith, llth Eegt. 

2850. Chinese Leather Quiver with arrows. 


2851. A Leather Shield from Somaliland. Given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

2852. -An Indian Sabre, the handle damascened with brass. 
Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

2853. An Indian Tulwar. Given by F. C. B. Bury ess, Esq. 

2854. An Indian Sword with straight one-edged blade widening 
towards the point. 

2855-2856. Two Indian (Goomsur) Battle Axes. Given by 
Lieut. J. Ouchterlony, Madras Army. 

2857. An Indian Battle Axe. -Given by the Secretary of State 
for India 

2858. A Coorgh Knife. -Given by Captain Hoban, 18th Light 

2859. A Coorgh Knife. Given by Captain Hoban, 13th Light 
Infant: y 

286O. An Afghan Koorah. Given by Major Hull, Bombay 

2861. An Afghan Koorah. 

2862. A Coorgh Knife. -Given by Captain J. M. Kidd. 

2863. A Gurkha Kookri. 

2864. -A Gurkha Kookri. 

2865. A Small Blunderbus, captured at Tazeen 12th September, 
1842. Given by Captain Hoban, 13th Lt. Infantry. 

2866. A Flint-lock Pistol with hide-bound stock, marked Goff, 
1804. Taken at Tazeen, 12th September, 1842. Given by 
Captain Hoban, 13th Lt. Infantry. 

2867. A Burmese Battle Axe. Git-en by Lt.-Col. Hyslop. 

2868. A Burmese Battle Axe. -Given by Major-General Sir J. 

2869-287O, Two Chakkra or War Quoits used by the Sikhs. 

Given by Lieut. -Colonel Neil Campbell. 

2871. A Chakkra or War Quoit used by the Sikhs. Given by 

Capt. J. Morton, 3th Eegt. 

2872-2875. Four Mahratta Daggers. 

2876. A Scimitar taken from the Nana Sahibs Palace at Bithoor, 
1857. Given by Mrs. Sitwell. 

2877. An Afghan Tulwar captured at Jallalabad, April, 1842. 
Given by Captain Hoban, 18th Lt. Infantry. 


2878. An Afghan Sword taken at the battle of Ashmed-Khel on 
April 10th, 1880. Given by Lieut. W. S. Hewtt, Bengal 
Staff Corps. 

2879. Sword with straight blade, two-edged, taken in Afghanistan, 
1880. The blade is European with Latin inscription and 
dated 1619. 

288O. An Afghan Tulwar. 
2881. An Afghan Koorah. 

2882. An Afghan Musquetoon, the lock is English. Given 
by Lieut. -Colonel C. Carmichael. 

2883-2885. Three Musquetoons taken during the Indian 
Mutiny, 1857. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

2886. A Japanese Lacquered Hat. 
2887-2888. Two Japanese Brass Shields. 
2889. Three Japanese Arrows, each with different hoads. 
289O. Three Japanese Arrows, each with different heads. 

2891. A Quiver, containing Japanese Arrows. 

2892, A Japanese Long Bow. 
2893. A Japanese Bow. 

2894. A Japanese Executioner's Sword. 
2895. A Japanese Two-man Snaphaunce Gun. 
2896. A Japanese Snaphaunce Gun. 
2897. A Japanese Snaphaunce Gun. 

2898. Model Of a Howitzer Gun on swinging high angle 
carriage. Given by H.M. King Edward VII. 

2899. Model Of the Raft Nancy used by the Royal Navy 
during the Campaign in the Crimea. Given by Captain 
Cowper-Coles, E. N. 

29OO. Model Of a Boat used for landing horses. Given by the 
Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty. 

29O1. Model of a Collapsible Boat. 
29O2. Model of a Collapsible Boat. 

29O3. Model Of a Raft for shipping horses. Given by Captain 
Cowper-Coles, R.N. 

29O4. Model Of a Boat for preserving fish alive ; it is provided 
with a revolving tank which has direct communication with 
the sea through the keel. 


2905. Model of a Canvas Collapsible Boat. 

2906. Cavalry Cloak which belonged to Captain Nolan, 15th 
Hussars, who fell in the charge at Balaklava. It was given 
to Sir William Howard Russell, the renowned war corres- 
pondent. Captain Nolan was A.D.C. to the Quarter- 
Master-Generaf, when he conveyed to Brigadier-General 
the Earl of Cardigan the order for the Charge of the Light 
Brigade at Balaklava, 25th October, 1854. After being 
killed Captain Nolan's bod'y remained erect in the saddle 
for fsome time. Given by Lady Russell. 

2907. Field Gun Captured at Seringapatam, 1792. 

Seringapatam was besieged February 5th, 1792, by 22,000 
British and Native troops with 86 guns under Lord Corn- 

wallis, and defended by a Mysori garrison under Tippoo 
Sahib. On the 6th an assault upon the outlying works was 
successful, and all the redoubts commanding the city were 
carried 1 at a cost to the assailants of 530, while the Mysoris 
lost 20,000. On the approach of reinforcements ui der 

General Abercromby on the 16th, Tippoo consented to treat, 
and peace was signed the following month. 

29O8. Model of a Naval Gun cast from the trunnions of a gun 
which sank with H.M.S. " Royal George " on 29th August, 
1782. and which was recovered in 1840. 

2909. Model of a 13-in. Smooth Bore Mortar with 
bed, for sea service. Given by Captain T. Tylden R.A. 

2910. Model of a 1O-in. Smooth Bore Howitzer Gun. 

Given by Captain T. Tylden, R.A. 

2911.- Model of an 8-in. lower deck Gun and Carriage 

with tackles complete, also a portion of the lower-deck 

2912. Model of a 24-pounder Gun and Traversing 
Platform.- Giren by Captain T. Tylden, li.A. 

2913. -Model of a Siege Gun on portable, reparable and 
shifting iron carriage for different natures of ordnance. 
This universal carriage is adapted to the mounting of all 
guns by merely shifting the supports on the axles and 
changing the trunnion sockets, it is intended to save the 
great expense caused by decay and the continued manufac- 
ture of wooden carriages. As an iron carriage it is not 
intended to stand against the fire of an enemy. Given by 
Captain T. Tylden. R.A. 

2914. Model of a 32-pounder Smooth Bore Gun and 
Iron Carriage. - Given by Captain T. Ti/l<1en. 

2915. Model of a Moncrieff Gun Carriage as adopted in 

the service 1812, for 9 inch 12 ton guns. Scale 1} inches 
to 1 foot. 


2916. Gun used in Mafeking during the Siege. This 
gun was made in the railway workshops at Mafeking during 
the siege. The core is a steel steam-pipe, round which were 
lapped bars of iron, which were hammered and turned into 
their present condition. The trunnions and breech are 
castings of brass; for the castings a blast furnace was im- 
provised out of an iron water-tank lined with fire bricks, 
the draught being forced through the pipe of a vacuum 
brake off a railway carriage. 

The shells for the gun were similarly cast, and were loaded 
with powder, and exploded by a slow match which was 
ignited by the flame of the discharge. The powder was 
also manufactured in Mafeking. 

On one occasion the breech blew out, and was repaired 
and fixed with the stout iron holding-bands which may be 
seen connecting the breech to the trunnion-block. The 
gun was made by Mr. Coglen, of the Railway Works, under 
supervision of Major Panzera, British South African Police, 
who commanded the artillery of the defence. It was 
mounted by Mr. Gerrans, the well-known waggon builder in 
Mafeking, on the wheels of a threshing machine. It was 
named "The Wolf," after Colonel Baden-Powell, whose 
nickname this was among the people of the north. De- 
posited by H.M. the King. 

2917. Model of a Boer Ambulance Waggon, 19OO, 

made by a Boer prisoner of war at Simons Town, near Cape- 
town, from biscuit boxes. Given by Sir John Furley, Kt. 

2918. Model of a South African Ox Waggon, made by J. 

C. Potgieter, a Boer prisoner of war, confined at Lady- 
smith, Natal. Given by Major G. F. Tatham, Natal 

2919. Mode! of a Moncrieff Hydraulic Gun Carriage 

for 38-ton gun, 1873. 

2920. Model of Captain Scott's Naval Gun Carriage 
and Slide for the lu-in. R.M L. Gun, with training and running 
in and out gear, and two Hydraulic Buffers, 1879. Scale 
H inches to 1 foot. 

2921. Model of Captain Scott's Turret Carriage, for 

12-in. 25 ton R.M.L. gun, with running in and out gear, 
and portion of turret of H.M.S. " Glatton," 1879. Scale 
1^ inches to 1 foot. 

2922. Model of General Blanshard's Cylindrical 
Pontoon, with carriage, raft, stores, and superstructure complete. 
Scale li inches to the foot. Made by 2nd Corporal J. 
Newton, Royal Engineers. 

2923. Model of Carriage and Platform for promoting the 
quick and correct firing of an Armstrong Gun. Scale i. 
Given by Captain T, Tylden, Jt.A. 


2924. Model of Hydraulic Gyn, adopted in the service, 1894, 

for raising weights, guns. etc. Invented by Q.-M.-Sergt. 
Roden, R.A., School of Gunnery, Shoeburyness. 

2925. Model of 6-in. Breech Loading: Gun, 1882 pattern. 
Scale 1-in. 4-in. 

2926. French Pistolet de Cavalerie, dated 1849, inscribed 
"Mre N. de Chatellerault. 6Hven by the Secretary of 
State for War. 

2927. French Pistolet de Gendarmerie, dated 1856, 
inscribed "Mre J. de St. Etienne." Given by the Secretary 
of State for War. 

2928. -A Flint Lock Pistol, bearing the following inscription : 
" Given in memory of Capt. R. R. Burgess, R.N., who was 
killed on board H.M.S. " Ardent " in an action wth the 
Dutch Fleet, October llth, 1797." Given, by Captain A. 

2929. -A Flint Lock Cavalry Pistol, with musket bore, George 

IV. Given by the Secretary of State for War. 

2930. -Cavalry Percussion Pistol, dated L858. Given by 
the Secretary of State for War. 

2931. A Cavalry Percussion Lock Pistol with rifled-barrel 
dated 1858. Given by the Secretary of State for War. 

2932.-A Double-barrelled Pistol, with percussion locks. 

2933. A Percussion Lock Cavalry Pistol, with adjustable 
crutch bolt, dated Tower, 1858. 

2934 Model Of H.M.S. " Phoebe," 36 guns, a fifth rate Ship 

of 926 tons, built on the River Thames in 1795 by Sir J. 
Henslow on the design of the "Leda," which was built in 
1783. The "Phoebe" possessed a gun-deck of 142 feet and 
a beam of 38 feet, her keel was 119 feet, and the ship 
carried a crew of 270. During her later commissions she 
mounted 42 guns. 

In 1796 the "Phoebe," Captain Robert Barlow, was de- 
spatched to Vice-Admiral Sir John Colpoys to report the 
arrival of Rear-Ad!miral de Richery at Brest. On January 
10th, 1797, she captured the French ship " Atalante " off 
Scilly. On December 20th. 1797, she gave chase to the 
French frigate "Nereide, 40 guns. The French ship 
opened fire with her stern chasers, and inflicted much 
damage on the " Phoebe's " masts, sails and rigging. 
Finally they closed and fought at 300 yards for three 
quarters of an hour, when the Frenchman struck. 

On February 19th, 1801, the "Phoebe" fought an action 
with the French frigate " Africaine," 40 guns, to the East 
of Gibraltar. The French ship was heavily laden with 
troops for Egypt, together with six field-guns and a quan- 
tity of ammunition. The "Phoebe's" fire wrought great 
havoc on the crowded deck of the Frenchman. After a 


fight of two hours the " Africaine" struck. Her two senior 
officers were wounded, the ship was on fire in several places, 
five feet of water were in her hold, and most of her guns 
were dismounted. 

The "Phrebe" was one of the fleet under Vice-Admiral 
Lord Nelson in .the Mediterranean in 1803. In 1805 she 
was commanded! by Captain Hon. Thomas Bladen Capell, 
and he commanded her throughout the Battle of Trafalgar, 
where she served as one of the five frigates. In 1810, ui;der 
the command of Captain James Hillyar, she comprised one 
of the fleet engaged in the reduction of Java. In 1811 she 
was much damaged in an action with French frigates. In 
1814, in company with the ship-sloop " Cherub," 18 guns, 
she fought the American frigate ' "Essex" at Valparaiso, 
and after a very long and hard fight the "Essex" sur- 
rendered. In 1830 the "Phoebe" was reserved for Harbour 
Service, and in 1841 she was sold. 

The hull of the model having been given to the Museum 
in 1906, it was determined to rig the vessel to represent a 
ship of the middle of the 19th century. The entire work 
was carried out by Mr. John SmrEh, late P.O. 1st Class 
R.N., one of the dtaff of the Museum. Given by Captain 
A. Foster, Oxfordshire Imperial Yeomanry. 

2935.- A Brass Musical Instrument v.-hiHi belonged to the 
Army of Hicks Pasha, which was annihilated in the Soudan. 
1882, and recovered at the taking of Khartoum, September 
2nd, 1898. Given by Lady Gatacre. 

2936. The Khali-fa's Black Flag taken at Omdurman, 
September 2nd. 1898. The tradition is that at the battle 
itself the Khalifa used a new black flag for the first time, 
which was taken and sent to H.M. Queen Victoria, the flag 
exhibited was found in the town and given by Lord 
Kitchener to Major-General Sir W. F. Gatacre, K.C.B., 
D.S.O. Given by Lady Gatacre. 

2937-2938. The Chains (ankle chain and bar between the legs) 
which were struck off the German prisoner, Neuvelt, who 
was found in Khartoum on its capture on September 2nd, 
1898. Given by Lady Gatacre. 

2939-294O. Two Soudanese Ivory War Trumpets, 

mounted in fancy leather with plaited sling. Given by 
Lady Gatacre., 

2941. Chain Mail Legf Armour taken at Omdurman. September 
2nd, 1898, by Major-General Sir William F. Gatacre^ 
K.C.B., D.S.O. It is mounted on strong cotton wadding, 
and is now, apparently, exactly as it was worn. Given by 
Lady Gatacre. 

2942. Head Dress of Black Ostrich Feathers with bra^s 

tablet in front, worn by the Khalifa at the battle of Om- 
durman, September 2nd, 1898. Given by Lady Gatacre. 


2943. -Head Dress of Black Sheepskin with brass tablet 
in front, worn by an Emir at- the battle of Omdurman, 
September 2nd, 1898. Given by Lady Gatacre. 

2944. Model of the Northumberland Life Boat. 

Invented by Beeching. Given by His Grace, the Duke of 

2945. Model of Richardson's Patent Tubular Life- 
Boat. Invented by Henry Richardson, Esq. 

2946. A Breech-loading Wrought Iron Gun of the 15th 
century, recovered from the " Mary Rose," which 
foundered on July 20th, 1545. To load the gun the wooden 
wedge is removed, and access is thus given to the chamber, 
which is removed, loaded, replaced in the breech, and 
wedged up again before firing. The three pairs of rings 
were- used both for moving the gun, and for lashing it to- 
gether when being fired. A spare chamber is lying along- 
side the exhibit. 

The earliest forms of cannon were open at both ends, and 
the breech was closed after loading by means of logs of wood 
pegged to the ground, or by a moveable butt, or recoil 
piece, fitted to the carriage of the gun. The next pattern 
of gun was made so as to allow the fire-chamber to be en- 
tirely removed for loading, and this form was superseded 
by the ordinary muzzle-loading gun which was in general 
use until about the year ] 860, when the breech-loading gun 
was re-introduced. 

The invention of trunnions to support the gun, and to 
keep it evenly balanced and prevent its recoil off the 
carriage, appears to date from the 15th century. About 
the year 1400 iron balls superseded those of lead, and it is 
well known that during the 15th century red-hot shot, 
wrapped in wet linen, were fired into besieged towns to 
burn them, but this practice did not come into general use 
until the 17th century. 

The "Mary Rose," 60 guns. 500 tons, was built in 1509. 
In the year 1521 she was described as being one of the five 
largest ships in the Navv. Vice- Admiral Sir William Fitz- 
william, in describing the " Henry Grace a Dieu " "to the 
King on June 4th, 1522, stated that she sailed as well, 
and rather better than, any ship in the Navy, weathering 
all but the " Mary Rose." 

On the occasion of the attack on Portsmouth in 1545, in 
moving out to meet the French Fleet, the " Mary Rose," 
being very low in the water, heeled so much when her helm 
was put hard over that the sills of her open lower ports, 
only sixteen inches out of the water, were submerged. She 
quickly filled and sank, carrying with her her Captain. 
Sir George Carew, and! all hands with the exception of 
about 35 persons. The King and Lady Carew witnessed 
the disaster from the shore. 

It is interesting to record, in connection with the salvage 
operations for raising this gun in 1836, that two of the 
divers, while under water, quarrelled about some details of 


the work, and as they were unable to relieve their feelings 
by language, one of them kicked in the glass eye of the 
other's helmet. The man was hauled to the surface, but 
was found to be little the worse for the blow. 

2947. Dervish Spear taken at the Battle ot Omdurman, 
September 2nd, 1898 formerly the property of Major- 
General Sir W. F. Gatacre. K.C.B., D.S.O. The spear has 
a very broad head. Given by Lady Gatacre. 

2948. Long Bow made of yew, recovered from the wreck of the 
" Mary Rose." Given by H. Langley, Esq. 

2949. Spare Chamber of Gun recovered from the wreck of 
the " Mary Rose." (See 2946.) 

2950. A Wooden Truck for the Gun Carriage from the wreck of 
the " Mary Rose." Given by H. Langley, Esq. 

2951. Ancient Long Gun dredged up in a trawl net off Dover in 

2952. Breech-loading Swivel Gun, dug up when making a 
Coffer-dam at Amsterdam. Given by T. C. Watson, Esq. 

2953. Rigged Model of the Derrick and a Launch 

fitted with diving-bell, which was employed in the re'covery 
of the treasure and stores sunk in H.M.S. " Thetis " off 
Cape Frio in December, 1830. Given by Captain Thomas 
Dickenson, E.N. 

2954. Native Drum from the Hervey Islands. Given by Sir 
Alexander Ma let, Bart. 

2955. Native Spear from the Admiralty Islands. Given by 
Captain A.. C. Tuper, E.N. 

2956. An Obsidian Dart from the Admiralty Islands. Given by 
Captain Maclear, E.N. 

2957. An Obsidian Dart from the Admiralty Islands. Given by 
Captain Maclear, E. N. 

2958. Native Spear from the Admiralty Islands. Given by 
Captain A. C. Tupper, E.N. 

2959. Native Spear from the Admiralty Islands. Given by 
Captain A. C. Tupper, E.N. 

296O. A Suit Of Fibre Armour from the Eingsmill Islands. 

2961-2968. Eight Native Hunting or Fighting Spears 

from S.-W. Australia. The barb is of wood lashed on <x> a 
wood shaft. 

2969. A Native Spear from West Australia with quartz or flint 
flakes set in gum. 

297O. A Four-pronged Fish Spear of the Gudang tribe. 
Cape York, N. Australia. 


2971-2972. Two Hafted Native Spears from West Australia. 
The wooden barb is leaf-shaped and lashed on the shaft. 

2973. War Spear from British New Guinea. It has a single 
barbed shaft tapering to the butt. 

2974-2978. -Five Mero or Spear Throwers from West 
Australia. At one end a peg of wood is fixed on with gum, 
at the other end is a knob of gum, in some cases a flint 
is fixed in it ; used as a spear sharpener. 

2979.* Basket Shield with the upper part of carved wood 
from S.-W. Sarawak. 

298O. - A Lone Narrow Wooden Shield from S. W. Australia 
ornamented with incised lines ; tiie handle is cut out of the 
solid wood. Given by Captain Bannister, R.N. 

2981. A Shield of Wood, the handle is cut from the solid block 
and the face is ornamented with a chess board pattern, the 
raised squares with cross hatchings. From New South 
Wales or South Australia. 

2982. A Wooden Shield from South Australia. The handle is of 
cane passed through two holes. 

2983. -A Small Spear. East Indian. Given by H M. King 
Edward VII 

2984 A Wooden Shield from South Australia. The handle is 
of cane passed through two holes. 

2985. A Bow from the Island of Madura (Java). 

2986. Sixteen Arrows from Coburg Peninsula, N. Coast of 
Australia. Given by G. W. Earl, Esq. 

2987. A Wooden Shield from the West Coast of Africa. Given 
by T. Houndslow, Esq. 

2988. A Wooden Shield from Borneo. Given by Colonel Fearon, 
Madras Army. 

2989. A Bamboo Bow from Darnley Island, Torres Straits. 

2990-2991. Two Spare Chambers of a Gun of the time 
of Henry VI. (1500) ; they were found when taking down a 
house at Dover. Given by Lieut. W. Worthinyton, R.N. 

2992. Yellow Wooden Shield from Central Africa. 

2993. Battle Axe with iron blade, brought from the Great Lake, 
Central Africa. The Lake was discovered by Doctor Living- 
stone. Given by \V. G. Rawlins, Esq. 

2994. Cross BOW of the Dor Tribe. Central Africa. Petite rick 


2995. Quiver for Arrows, from Central Africa. 
2996-2997. Battle Axe from Central Africa. 
2998. Kaffir Battle Axe with iron blade. 

2999. North-American Indian Tomahawk, 

3OOO. Sword from Liberia, West Coast of Africa. 

3O01. Pewter Tankard, which was in the possession of the late 
Colonel E. A. H. Webb, C.S.I., Madras Army, during the 
period of his captivity as a hostage at Cabul in the 1st 
Afghan War, 1841-2, when he, then a subaltern, with five 
other officers, viz., Lieutenants Airey, Conolly, Drummond, 
Walsh, and \Varburton, volunteered for this most danger- 
ous service. The 266 notches inscribed on the tankard 
represent days of imprisonment. The Officers were eventu- 
ally released by General Pollock's Army on September 19th, 
1842. Given by Lieut-Colonel E. A. Webb, late 17th 

3O03. Iron Case, for taking six shells. Cases of this pattern for 
carrying shells were used by the Boers in the South African 
War, 1899-1903. deposited by C. Collier, Esq. 

3O04. Sword, taken from an Afghan Chief by the late Colonel 
E. A. H. Webb, C.S.I., during the first Afghan War of 
1841-2. It has since been converted to the pattern of a 
British General Officer's Sword. The blade is of very fine 
Damascus Steel. Given by Lieut. -Colonel E. A. H. 
Webb, late l?th Regiment. 

3O06. Brooch made from the "T" tube which fired the last gun 
discharged in honour of Her late Majesty Queen Victoria. 
The gun was tired by N. Battery (The Eagle Troop), 
R.H.A.. on February 4th, 1901, in the Long Walk, Windsor, 
after the final funeral ceremony. Deposited by Captain 
C. B. Levita, M.V.O., R.H.A. 

3OO7. Grenadier Cap, worn by the Drum-major or a Drummer in 
the 30th (now East Lancashire) Regiment, about the years 
1714-40. Deposited by Edgar Bundy, Esq. 

3O11. Two Kruger Pound Pieces (gold) made from gold from 
the seized mines, South Africa, 1900. One piece shews the 
coin before completion. Deposited by Major Count Glei- 
chen, C.V.O., C.M.G., D.S.O. 

3012. Two Ammunition Magazine Clips for Mauser rifle 
(South Africa). Deposited by Major Count Gleichen. 
C.V.O., C.M.G., D.S.O. 

3013. Sword Bayonet, found in the farm of Nicolas de Wet, near 
Standerton, in the South African War of 1900 ; it was 
stated that his father took this bayonet from a British 
soldier at Majuba Hill. 1881. Depr sited by Lieutenant 
R. H. W. Hughe*, R.N.R. 


3O14. Dervish Coat of Mail (chain). Deposited by Major 
If. O. Anley, Essex Eegimeni. 

3O15. Model of a Man -of- War, of about the year 1800, made 
by a French Prisoner of War. Deposited by W. E. Bedmun, 
Esq., F.R.C.S. 

3O16 Model Of a Man-of-War of the early part of the 19th 
century made by the French Prisoners of War. Deposited 
by Mr. Charles Hanwell. 

3018. Marble Inkstand of early 19th century ; the centre 
glass bears the name of " Nelson," with the date of his 
birth and death and the Admiralty Crest ; on one ink-bottle 
is engraved the Arms of the City of London, with the 
word " Egypt," on the other a crest (unknown) and the 
word " Trafalgar." Deposited by A. C. H. Nickisson, Esq. 

3022. Gold Enamelled Watch, given by Lord Nelson to his 
sister Catherine on her marriage, February 26th, 1787, to 
George MatcKam, Esq., of Ashford Lodge, Sussex. Deposi- 
ted by General Sir A. G. Montgomery-Moore, K.C.B. 

3023. Earthenware Jug, made about 1805, with portrait of Lord 
Nelson on one side, and on the other a plan and description 
of the Battle of Trafalgar. Deposited by General Sir A. 
G. Montgomery-Moore, K.C.B. 

3024. Silver-mounted Knife, in silver sheath, bearing the 
words " Horatio Nelson, 1780." It was used by Lord Nelson 
when Captain of H.M.S. " Hinchinbroke," and in after 
years. By pressing a spring a steel blade appears, making 
it available as a dinner or fruit knife. Deposited by 
General Sir A. G. Montgomery-Moore, K.C.B. 

3025. Copy of a Rare Original Sketch of Lord Nelson 

on Satin, in metal frame. Deposited by General Sir A. G 
Montgomery-Moore, K.C.B. 

3O26. A Charm, in the form of an anchor, made of brass, bronzed 
and gilt. These charms were popular amongst sailors in 
the early part of the 19th century. Deposited by General 
Sir A. G. Montgomery-Moore, K.C.B. 

3O27. Facsimile of a Miniature of Lord Nelson, given 
by him to Lady Hamilton. Deposited by General Sir A. 
G. Montgomery-Moore, K.C.B. 

3O29. A Gold Locket, containing some of Lord Nelson's hair; it 
belonged to Lieutenant George Ravenshaw, R.N., who died 
in 1812. Deposited by T. E. Baventhaw, Esq. 


303O. Small Brooch, with portrait in porcelain of Lord Nelson. 
Deposited by S. D. Middleton, Esq. 

3031. Sword, with enamelled hilt studded with diamonds, presented 
to Lord Nelson after the Battle of the Nile in 1798. The 
following inscription appears on the blade: "Anderson, 
Mayor. A Common Council holden in the Chamber of the 
Guildhall of the City of London, on Tuesday, the 16th day 
of November, 1798, resolved: That a sword of the value 
of 200 guineas be presented to Rear-Admiral Lord Nelson 
of the Nile by this Court, as a testimony of the high 
esteem they entertain of his Public Services and of the 
eminent advantages he has rendered to his Country, RIX." 
Deposited by George Eyre Matcham, Esq. 

3O32. Uniform Coat, being one of the two worn by Lord Nelson 
in his last service in H.M.S. " Victory/' 1803-05. The 
actual coat which Lord Nelson was wearing at the time 
he received his mortal wound is now at the Painted Ha'l 
at Greenwich. It shows the hole made by the bullet near 
the left epaulette. Four or five of the buUions of the 
epaulette are missing, and it is interesting to record the 
circumstances which necessitated their being cut off. 
During the Battle of Trafalgar Sir George Westphal (then 
a Midshipman) was wounded in the head, and was carried 
down to the Cockpit and placed near Lord Nelson. Nelson's 
coat was rolled up and used as a pillow for Westphal's 
head. When the battle was over, and it was desired to 
remove the coat, it was found that four or five of the 
bullions of the left, epaulette had stuck to the wound owing 
to the coagulation of the blood, and it was found necessary 
to cut them off in order that the portions sticking to the 
wound might be dealt with. Sir George Westphal possessed 
one of these bullions in 1844. 

Lord Nelson's fighting coat was sent by Captain Hardy 
to Lady Hamilton, on the " Victory " arriving in England. 
Shortly before her death, in 1814, Lady Hamilton gave it, 
together ^with many other relics of Lord Nelson, to Alder- 
man Smith who had helped her very considerably during 
her financial difficulties. Alderman Smith's Widow sold 
it to the Prince Consort in 1845 for 150, and His Royal 
Highness presented it to the nation. 

Deposited by George Eyre Matcham, Esq. 

3O33. Uniform Waistcoat, being one of the two worn by Lord 
Nelson in his last service in HJVI.S. " Victory," 1803-05. 
Deposited by George Eyre Matcham, Esq. 

3O34. Gold Medal Of St. Lucia, presented to Lord Nelson. 
Deposited by George Eyre Matcham, Esq. 


3035. Gold Box, containing the document granting, in 1802, the 
Freedom of the City of Oxford to Lord Nelson. Deposited 
by George Eyre Matcham, Esq. 

3O36. Silver Dish, forming portion of a service of plate, presented 
to Lord Nelson by the Committee of Lloyd's after the 
Battle of Copenhagen, in 1801. Deposited by George Eyre 
Matcham, Esq. 

3037. Combined Knife and Fork, used by Lord Nelson after 
the loss of his right arm. He had also a Gold one for 
special occasions. Deposited by George Eyre Matcham, 

3038. Malacca Cane, gold-mounted and studded with diamonds ' 
each of a different size. It was given to Lord Nelson by 
the inhabitants of the Island of Zante. It is said that 
all the diamonds in the Island were collected to form the 
circlet. Deposited by George Eyre Matcham, Esq. 

3O39. The Log-book of H.M.S. "Victory," duly written up 
by Lord Nelson to the eve of his death. Deposited by 
Deposited by Colonel Lord Eaglan, C.B. 

3O41. Aigrette of Brazilian Diamonds, presented as the 

rarest distinction by the Sultan of Turkey to Lord Nelson 
after his great Victory of the Nile on August 1st, 1798. 
Deposited by Mrs. G. Eyre Matcham. 


3042. Letter from the British Attache at Constanti- 
nople, dated 3rd October, 1798, informing Lord Nelson of the 
despatch of the Diamond Aigrette, and stating it was 
taken from one of the Sultan's turbans. Deposited by 
Mrs. 0. Eyre Matcham. 

3O43-3O76. The Orders, Decorations, Medals, &c., 
of Field-Marshal Lord Raglan, G.C.B., together 
with other Exhibits connected with him. 

Deposited by Colonel Lord Eaglan, C.B. 

3043. Field-Marshal's Baton, carried by Lord Raglan. 
Field-Marshal Lord Raglan, G.C.B., was the 
youngest son of the fifth Duke of Beaufort, being 
born at Badminton on 30th September, 1788. He 
was educated at Westminster and received a Com- 
mission as Cornet in the 4th Light Dragoons on 
9th June, 1804. He served as Military Secretary 
to the Duke of Wellington throughout the Cam- 
paign in the Peninsula and also at the Battle of 
Waterloo. He commanded the British Troops in 
the Crimean War, but died during the operations 
in 1855. 


3044. Field-Marshal's Sword. 

3045. A Jewelled Sword of Indian make, given to Lord 
Fitz Roy Somerset by Lieut. -General Sir George 
Pollock, C.B. 

3046. Sword presented to General Don N. Alaya, G.C.B., 
by the town of Vittoria, and given by him to Lord 
Fitz Roy Somerset (afterwards Field-Marshal Lord 
Raglan. General Alava as a Spanish Midshipman, 
fought against the British at Trafalgar. He be- 
came a Spanish General, and was Spanish Military 
Attache to the Duke of Wellington from 1812 to 
the end of the Peninsula War, and again during 
the Waterloo Campaign. 

3047. Pair of Field-Marshal's Epaulettes, worn by Lord 

3048. Pair of Epaulettes, worn by Lord Raglan when 
Master-General of the Ordnance. 

3049. Star of the G. C. B., with riband, worn by Lord 

3050. The insignia of the Order of "The Tower and 
Sword " of Portugal, conferred on Lord Raglan. 

3051. Insignia of the Medjid'ie, 1st Class, conferred on 
Lord Raglan. 

3052. Insignia of the Medjidie, 3rd Class, conferred on 
Lord Raglan. 

3053. The Order of Maria Theresa of Austria, worn by 
Lord Raglan. 

3054. The Order of St. George of Russia, worn by Lord 

3055. The Hanoverian Order of the Guelph. 

3056. The Gold Collar of the Order of the Guelph. It 
belonged to the Right Honourable William, 3rd 
Earl of Mornington, the brother of Field-Marshal 
the Duke of Wellington, and father-in-law of 
Field-Marshal Lord 1 Raglan. 

3057. Peninsula Gold Cross, with five clasps, worn by 
Lord Raglan. 

3058. Peninsula Gold Medal with two clasps, worn by 
Lord Raglan. 


3059. Peninsula Silver Medal (G.S.), with five clasps, 
worn by Lord Raglan. 

3060. Waterloo Medal, worn by Lord Raglan. 

3061. Crimean Medal, four clasps, of Lord Raglan. 

3062. Sword wrested from the hand' of a Mahratta 
soldier at the Battle of Maharajpore, 1843, by 
Major Arthur F. Somerset, Grenadier Guards, 
Military Secretary to Lord Ellenborough, after 
he had received a gun shot through the right arm, 
and two severe sabre wounds on the left thigh 
and under the knee from the sword. 

3063. Stick cut on the Battlefield of Ferozeehahpore, 
close to the spot where Major Arthur Somerset, 
Grenadier Guards, Military Secretary to the Gover- 
nor General, received his mortal wound. 

3064. Ring which belonged to the famous 1'ippoo Sahib, 
Sultan of Mysore, who was killed at the Capture 
of Seringapatam, 1799, taken from his finger by 
Colonel Honourable A. Wellesley (Duke of Wel- 
lington), and given by him to his niece, Lady 
FitzRoy Somerset. 

3065. Order of the Medjidie, 2nd and 3rd Class, worn 
by the second Lord Raglan. 

3066. The Order of Leopold of Austria, instituted 8th 
January, 1808, worn by the second Lord Raglan. 
There are three Classes to the Order, Grand- 
Croix, Commandeur, and Chevalier. 

3067. The Sutlej Medal and clasp for the Battle of 
Ferozeshahpore, 1845, awarded to Major Arthur 
FitzRoy Somerset, who was killed in the battle. 

8068. The Maharajpore Star, 1843, awarded to Major 
Arthur FitzRoy Somerset. 

3069. Silver Medal, commemorative of the marriage of 
the Princess Royal with the Crown Prince of 

3070. West African Medal, with Clasp, 1697-98, awarded 
to the late Captain Honourable Richard Somerset, 
Grenadier Guards. 

3071 Cloak, worn by Field-Marshal His Grace the Duke 
of Wellington, at the Battle of Waterloo, given 
by him to his sister-in-law, Mrs. William Wellesley 


3072. Manuscript Letter from His Royal Highness 
Adolphus, Duke of Cambridge, congratulating 
Lord Raglan on his G.C.B. 

3073. Field-Glass used by Lord FitzRoy Somerset 
through the Peninsula Campaign. 

3074. Stick, cut from the apple tree which stood in 
front of Lord Raglan's Headquarters in the Crimea. 
Orderlies horses were frequently picqueted to the 

3075. Bridle of the Charger ridden by Captain L. E. 
Nolan, 15th Hussars (A.D.C. to the Quarter- 
Master-General), when he conveyed to Brigadier- 
General the Earl of Cardigan, the order for the 
Charge of the Light Brigade at Balaklava, 25th 
October, 1854. Captain Nolan was killed in the 
charge, his lifeless body remaining erect in the 
saddle for some time. 

3076. Russian Bugle taken during the Siege of Sevasto- 
pol by Drummer Boy McGill, 77th Regiment. On 
the night of the attack oh 19th April, 1855, a 
Russian Bugler was in the act of sounding, when 
McGill, a boy of 15, who was acting as Orderly 
Bugler to Colonel Egerton, commanding the Regi- 
ment, rushed forward into the enemy's Rifle pits, 
seized his antagonist and after a severe struggle, 
threw him, kept him down until he surrendered, 
when the lad took his bugle as a trophy, and 
returned to his C.O.'s side until the Colonel fell. 
The boy had on previous occasions distinguished 
himself, and on this occasion severely wounded 
a Russian soldier who tried to prevent the 
capture. He presented the Bugle to Lieut. - 
General Sir George Brown, who gave it to The 
Honourable Charlotte Somerset. The boy was 
mentioned in despatches and received English and 
Turkish Medals, and the French Medal for Valour. 

3O81. Garter, worn by Field-Marshal The Duke of Wellington as 
Knight of that distinguished Order. Deposited by the 
Reverend It. B. Dickson. 

3082. Two Small Fine Pocket-handkerchiefs, with 

Ducal Coronet, used by Field-Marshal the Duke of Welling- 
ton. Deposited by the Reverend It. B. Dickson. 

3083. Hair of Field-Marshal The Duke of Wellington, and Her 
Grace the Duchess of Wellington. Deposited by the 
"Reverend R. B. Dickson. 

3084. - Portion of the Colours of the 2Oth Regiment 

presented to it in 1803 by Colonel Robert Ross, the hero 
of Bladensburg ; they were retired from service in 1815. 

Beheaded at Whitehall, 3oth January, 1649. 

(From thi Portrait in thi National Portrait Galliry, fainttd by Daniil Mjtmi in |6}I 


The 20th fought under them at the victory of Maida in 
1806, and they led the Regiment in the following memor- 
able battles of the Peninsula War : Vimiera, Corunna, 
Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. 
Deposited by Victor Hollinsworth, Esq. 

3085. Silver Shaving Box, Shaving Brush and Diary 

carried in the Peninsula War by A. Blackman. The 
Shaving Brush and Box were taken at Vittoria by a 
private in the 61st Light Infantry, who sold them to 
Blackman for six dollars. Given by C. A. Jones, Esq. 

3O86. Pair of Pistols, taken from the belt of Tippoo Sahib after 
his death at the Capture of Seringapatam, 4th May, 1799, 
by Major Barton, Indian Army. Deposited by Mrs. 
Barton, widow of Captain W. Barton, Grenadier Guards. 

3087. Sword, which belonged to the famous Tippoo Sahib, Sultan of 
Mysore, killed at the Capture of Seringapatam, 4th May, 
1799. Deposited by Dr. Cornish. 

3O88. Sword, which belonged to the famous Hyder Ali, Sovereign 
of Mysore and father of Tippoo Sahib. Deposited by Dr. 

3089. Chinese Order of the; Precious Star, 2nd Class. It 
was bestowed on Major Murray, of the Anglo-Chinese" Con- 
tingent, in 1861, at the conclusion of the Taiping War. 
On this officer's death, General Charles Gordon gave it to 
Colonel Man-Stuart, 3rd Gordon Highlanders, pending the 
finding of his representatives. Deposited by Colonel Man 
Stuart, C.B., C.M.G. 

3090. Despatch Baff, Crimean War, 1854, of Field-Marshal Lord 
Raglan, G.C.B. Deposited by Colonel Lord Eaglan, C.B. 

3092. Brass Model of the Great Cannon of Sultan Muhammad 
made in 1464, which was given in exchange for two rifled 

Sins to the British Government in 1868. Presented to 
er Majesty Queen Victoria by Admiral Sir J. E. Com- 
merell. Deposited by His Majesty King Edward VII. 

3093-3O99. Orders, Decorations, &c., of the late 
General Sir Thomas Willshire, Bart., GC.B. 

General Sir Thomas Willshire was born in 1789, entered 
the Army as Ensign in 1795 at the age of five, and at the 
age of eight was serving with his Regiment, the 38th, in 
the West Indies. His subsequent services include the 
operations in Buenos Ayres in 1807, the Walcheren Expe- 
dition in 1809, the Peninsula War in 1809-14, in which 
he was twice wounded (Medal with seven clasps), the 


operations against the Kaffirs in 1819, the capture of 
Kettoor in the Dooab in 1824, and the operations in 
Afghanistan in 839. He commanded a wing of the 40th 
Regiment at the assault and capture of Ghuznee (Medal, 
K.C.B., and the Dooranee Order from Shah Shoojah, King 
of Afghanistan), and commanded the Bombay Column of 
the Army of the Indus at the Capture of Khelat, the 
capital of Baluchistan. For this service he was created 
a baronet. He died in 1862, aged 72. 

3093 Miniature Portrait of General Sir Thomas Will- 

3094 Medal with seven clasps for the Peninsula War, 

3095 Medal for the Assault and Capture of Ghuznee, 
1839, with the Green and Yellow Ribbon originally 

3096 Riband, Badge, and Star of the Grand Cross of 
the Order of the Bath. 

3097 Riband, Badge, and Star of the Order, 1st Class 
of the Dooranee Empire. 

3098 Sword of the Khan of Khelat, taken at the capture 
of that fortress, 1839, and presented by the vic- 
torious officers and men to Sir Thomas Willshire. 

3099 Key of the Gate of the Magazine of the Fortress 
of Ghuznee, which was captured by the Force 
under General Sir John Kean, afterwards Lord 
Kean of Ghuznee, in, 1839. 

Deposited by his son, Lieut. -Colonel Sir Arthur B. T. 
Willshire, Bart., late Scots Guards. 

31 01. Officer's Shoulder-belt Badge of the 20th Begiment 
worn from 1816-31. Deposited by Victor Hollinsworth, 

31 03. Sword taken by Lord Nelson at the bombardment of Cadiz in 
1797. In this action Lord Nelson nearly lost his life 
on two occasions, the barge on which he was serving having 
been boarded by the Spaniards. Deposited by Colonel H. 

31 04. Sword or Hanger, with guard shaped in the form of two 
eagles, and eagle head as pommel ; according to tradition, 
the sword was taken by Lord Nelson from an officer com- 
manding a French ship. Deposited by Colonel H. Cooper- 

31 OS. Sword presented by Lloyd's Patriotic Fund to Captain W. G. 
Rutherford, R.N., H.M.S. " Swiftsure," for his meri- 
torious services in contributing to the signal victory ob- 
tained over the combined fleets of France and Spain off 
Cape Trafalgar on 21st October, 1805. Deposited by J. 
S. Eutherford, Esq. 


3131. Four Albanian Yataghans, taken during the Cretan 
Rebellion of 1897. Deposited by Major G. F. Leslie, Rifle 

3134. Dervish Dagger from the battlefield of Omdurman. 
Deposited by Major-General V. Hatton, C.B. 

3136. Armlet, made of Abyssinian gold, taken from Omdurman 
after its capture. A similar one. set in turquoises, was 
presented to the Marquis of Salisbury by the Emperor 
Menelik. Deposited by Major-General V. Hatton, C.B. 

3137. Necklace, worn by a Dervish woman, brought from Omdur- 
man after its capture. Deposited by Major-General V. 
Hatton, C.B. 

3142. Portion of Brass Railing from the Tomb of 
the Mahdi in Om&anntai. Deposited by Major-General 
V. Hatton, C.B. 

3143. Three Dervish Coins of mixed copper and silver, struck 
by the Khalifa. Deposited by Captain A. Hilliard-Atteridge. 

3144. A Ten-piastre Silver Piece, Egyptian. Deposited by 
Captain A. Hilliard-Atteridge. 

3145. A Dervish Copper Coin, struck by the Khalifa. 
Deposited by Private H. L. Wooley, Cameron Highlanders. 

3146. Scythed Yataghan, of Tonarik manufacture. Taken 
from a Dervish at Omdurman. Deposited by Major- 
General V. Hatton, C.B. 

3147. Paper Money, issued at Khartum by the late Majpr-General 
C. G. Gordon, C.B. Deposited by Captain Phillips, E.E. 

3148. A Dervish Cavalry Cap from Omdurman. Deposited by 
Major-General V . Hatton, C.B. 

3149. A Dervish Cavalry Cap from Omdurman. Deposited ly 
Lieut.-Colond Elmslie, S7th Battery, E.F.A. 

3151. Dervish Fan from Omdurman, taken from the Khalifa's 
quarters. Deposited by Lieut. -Colonel A. T. Sloggett, 

3152. Trum bash, or War Hatchet, from the Upper Blue Nile 

Region, taken from Omdurman after the battle. Deposited 
by Major-General V. Hatton, C.B. 


3154. Two Iron Armlets, probably made in West Africa, from 
Omdurman. Deposited by Major-General V. Hatton, C.B. 

3156. Shirt of Mail, worn by a Dervish Emir killed at Omdur- 
man. Deposited by Major-General V. Hatton, C.B. 


3157. Centre Of Gold Badge which was issued in commemora- 
tion of Lord Howe's great victory over the French on 
the 1st of June, 1794. It was awarded to Admiral of the 
White, the Honourable Sir George C. Berkeley, G.C.B., 
who commanded H.M.S. " Marlborough." Deposited by 
The Honourable Mrs. Granville Somerset. 

3166. Gold Medal, presented to Captain W. tr. Eutherford, R.N., 
H.M.S. " Swifteure," 74 guns, which ship he commanded 
at the Battle of Trafalgar. Deposited by J. S. Rutherford, 

3167. Naval General Service Medal, awarded in 1848 to Mr, 

J. Twiss, late boatswain, R.N., for the services recorded 
on the five clasps. Deposited by Quarter-Master-Sergeant 
J. Burnett, Bl. Mon. R.E. [M.j 

3169. Octagonal Frame, surmounted by a Viscount's coronet 
containing medallion of Britannia. At the back is what 
appears to have been the cap of a telescope with inscrip- 
tion, " Lady Hamilton to Horatio Nelson." Deposited by 
Mrs. J. W. Wilkini. 

31 7O. Naval Sword, believed to have been the one worn by Lord 
Nelson when Acting-Lieutenant of H.M.S. "Worcester" 
in 1776-7, brought from Burnham Thorpe in 1843. Deposi- 
ted by Rev. F. F. Starbuck. 

3175. Blue Silk Net Purse, which belonged to Vice-Admiral 
Lord Nelson. It was taken from his pocket after his death 
in the "Victory's" cockpit, by Captain Hardy, and re- 
tained by him as a memento. The purse at the time con- 
tained one or two guineas, which have disappeared ; it 
continued in the possession of the Hardy family until about 
1880, when it was purchased by the present owner. De- 
posited by Dr. Williamson. 

3176. Small Purse of knitted silver lace and yellow silk. It 
originally belonged to Captain Hardy, the personal friend 
of Lord Nelson, and was in his pocket during the Battle 
of Trafagar. Deposited by Dr. Williamson. 

3186. A Marble Plaque oF Lord Nelson. It formerly 
belonged to Mr. Peter Bruff of Ipswich, whose father com- 
manded the "Orion" at the Battle of the Nile, and was 
one of Nelson's friends. Deposited by W. W. Hallam, Esq. 


3187. A Print in Colours of Lord Nelson, after Abbott's 
picture, dated 1798. Deposited by W. W. Hallam, Esq. 

3188. A Print of "A North- West View of the Jetty at Yarmouth, 
on the occasion of Lord Nelson's visit there in March, 
1801. Engraved by Pollard in 1801. Deposited by W. W. 
Hallam, Esq. 

3212. An Oval Tortoiseshell Box, mounted with gold thumb 
piece. The lid is inlaid with miniature of a gentleman. 
It is inscribed : " Presented' by H. Nelson, R.N., to Cap- 
tain Berry. R.N., as a memento, of Aboukir Bay, 1798. 
Deposited by Frank E. Burton, Esq. 

3216. A Water-colour Painting of Barsham Rectory, Suffolk, 
the home of Lord Nelson's mother, and where Lord Nelson 
himself passed much of his boyhood. Deposited by W. W. 
Hallam, Esq. 

3219. Small Memorial, olive-wood box, with a portrait of Lord 
Nelson on the lid. Deposited by T. 0. Spratt, Esq. 

3229. An Original Letter, dated 24th May, 1801, from Lord 
Nelson to Evan Nepean, Esq.. asking him to despatch 
certain letters without delay. Deposited by B. E. Gooldtn, 
Esq., F.S.A. 

3262 An Original Sketch of H.M.S. "Victory," as she 

appeared on 22nd October, 1805, the day after the battle 
of Trafalgar. Drawn by Lieutenant 8. Walters, Royal 
Navy. Deposited by Major W. W. Cordeaux, 21st Lancers. 

3267. A Silver Teapot, formerly the property of Lord Nelson 
and bearing his crest. Deposited by John Foster, Esq. 

3272. Full Dress Coattee of the Master- General of the'Ordnance, 
of about 1850. It formerly belonged to Field-Marshal 
Lord Raglan. Deposited by Colonel Lord Raglan, C.B. 

3273. Crimson Sash of the uniform of the Master-General of 
the Ordnance. Deposited by Colonel Lord Eaglan, C.B. 



3274. An English Bayonet, taken from the body of a dead Boer 
in the Transvaal War. Deposited by Major E. J. Gaunter. 
Lancashire Fusiliers. 

3275. Kruger Pound, dated 1900, one of the last issue, and coined 
from gold taken from the mines after their seizure by the 
Boers. Deposited by Major Sir H. North, Bart., 4th Bat- 
talion Eoyal Munster Fusiliers. 

3276. Kruger Pound, dated 1897, Kruger Half-pound, 

dated 1895. Deposited by Major 0. H. E. Marescaux, 
K.O., Shropshire L.I. 

3278. Medal given to the Kruger Party of the Volksraad, S.A.R 
at the last Presidential Election. It belonged to Conrad 
Birkenstone, of Vryheid. Deposited by Sub-Lieutenant E. 
H. W. Hughes, R.N.R. 

3279. Case for Cigarette Holder, which, when in the owner's 
pocket was struck by a Mauser bullet at a distance of 1,200 
yards. The bullet also pierced a Silver Cigarette Case, 
and sovereign purse, which latter contained a Kruger Half- 
Pound, curiously not injuring it. Krugersdorp, October, 
1900. Deposited by Captain J. M. Fremantle, 15th Bat- 
talion l.T. 

3280. A Set of Eleven Postage Stamps of the South 

African Republic, surcharged V.B.I. Deposited by Lieut 
A. H. Symes-Thompson, 7th Battery, B.F.A. 

3281. An Order on the Bank of Africa, Bloemfontein, 
signed by Piet J. Joubert. Deposited by Surgeon-Captain 
C. E. Murray, Ijth Battalion l.T. 

3282. A Set of Eight Varieties of Army Telegraph 
Stamps, Orange River Colony, with surcharge, June, 1900. 
Deposited by Eevenue Officer, Army Telegraphs, S.A.F.F. 

3283. Officer's Busby, Sabretasche, Shoulder Cords, 
Sword Knot, and Cap Lines of the late Transvaal 
Artillery. Deposited by Captain A. St. L. Glyn, Grenadier 

3284. White Helmet of the Pretoria Police. 

3286-3287. Swords which formerly belonged to Officers of the 
Orange Free State Artillery. Deposited by Major J. E. 
Gaunter, Lancashire Fusiliers. 

3288-3292. Five Boer Revolvers and Pistols, taken 
during the South African War. Deposited by Major J. E. 
Gaunter, Lancashire Fusiliers. 


3293. General Christian De Wet's Heliograph, captured 
by Colonel De Lisle's Mobile Column, in November, 1901, 
near Reitz. De Wet's Head-quarters, in the Orange River 
Colony. Deposited by Lieut. -Colonel H. De B. De Lisle, 
C.B., D.S.O., Eoyal Dragoons. 

3294 Model Of H.M.S. "Ville de Paris." 110 guns, built at 
Chatham in 1795, after the design or Henslow. She 
possessed a gun deck length of 190 feet, beam of 63 feet, 
and a tonnage of 2,332 ; her crew numbered 850. She served 
as flagship to Lord St. Vincent in 1779. and to Admiral 
Honourable William Cornwallis from 1803-05. Deposited 
by W. Crewdson, Esq. 

3295. A Derby Biscuit China Statuette of Lord Nelson of 
contemporary date. Deposited by H. Arthurian, Esq. 

3296. The Official Despatch announcing the victory at 
Trafalgar and the death of Lord Nelson, dated Euryalis. 
off Cadiz, 24th October, 1805, from Vice-Admiral Lord 
Collingwood to the Right Honourable Lord Robert Fitz- 
gerald, Minister Plenipotentiary, etc. at Lisbon. Deposi- 
ted by The Reverend R. P. Barron. 

3297. Sword of Admiral Villeneuve, Commander-in-Chief of the 
combined Fleets of France and Spain, surrendered! to Lord 
Collingwood at the battle off Cape Trafalgar, October 21st, 
1805. It was offered to Captain Atcherley, of the Marines, 
who took possession of the " Bucentaure ". when she struck 
to the " Conqueror," Captain Pellew. Atcherley refused 
to accept it, and took Villeneuve in his boat that he might 
surrender to Captain Pellew. The "Conqueror" had, 
however, gone off to engage the " Santissima Trinidada," 
and the French Admiral finally surrendered his sword to 
the first Lieutenant of the "Mars," who took it to Lord 

Admiral Villeneuve, having been taken prisoner, waa 
sent to England, where he was detained, chiefly at Aries- 
ford, until May 3rd, 1806, when he was permitted to 
return to France. He sailed from Plymouth and arrived 
at Morlaix on May 7th. On May 10th he reached Rennes, 
en route for Paris, and stayed 1 at the Hotel du Bresil, 
where he was either assassinated or committed suicide on 
May llth. He was buried at Rennee. Deposited by The 
Reverend R. P. Barron. 

3298. Sword of the Spanish Rear-Admiral don B. H. de Cisneros 
taken prisoner on board the "Santissima Trinidada" at 
the Battle of Trafalgar, 21st October, 1805. Deposited by 
The Reverend R. P. Barron. 

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3299. A Pair of Officer's Light Infantry Epaulettes 

(Wings) of the Royal Monmouthshire Light Infantry 
Militia, discontinued about 1859. Lent by Lieut. -Colonel 
Crompton Roberts, Royal Monmouthshire R.E. CM.). 

3301. Prussian Order of the~lron Cross. The Order was 
instituted on 10th March, 1813, but was modified on 19th 
July, 1870, by William I. It possesses three classes or 
grades. The Riband of the Grand 1 Cross is worn over the 
shoulder, the other two classes a la boutonniere. It is 
worn with a black riband with white border for military 
distinction, and with a white riband with black border as 
a civil award. Deposited by Colonel L. A. Hale. 

3302. The State Uniform of a Tartar General, aManchu 
Mandarin of high rank ; it is about 100 years old. The 
plume of painted hawk's feathers is for summer use, that 
of sable-tail for winter use. Deposited by Major-General 
V. Hatton, C.S., Commanding Troops, Hong-Kong. 

3303. Model Of a Man-of-War of about the year 1800. 
Deposited by Major W. H. Castle, 2nd F.B., Middlesex 

3304. Model Of a Man-of-War of about the year 1800. 
Deposited by Mrs. Ross 

3305. Sea Service Flint-lock Pistol. George III. 

3307. Magazine Rifle, the action invented and designed by 
Major P. T. Godsal. The breech of the Godsal rifle action 
is closed by a cylindrical block locking directly into_ it, 
by means of lateral lugs. In front of the block is a 
non-rotatable bolt-head, and in rear of it is the carrier 
which contains also the striker and mainspring, and has 
the extractor on the top. These parts, when assembled, 
are collectively the bolt. The bolt slides by means of 
grooves in the sides of the carrier, upon guides in the body 
of the action. Primary extraction is given by the lever, 
which is in one with the block, striking an incline on 
the breech-piece. The cocking piece and sear are on one 
side, and the trigger is in front of the magazine. There 
is a longitudinal cut-off and a bolt-stop in rear, and a 
safety bolt and lever lock at the side of the action. Fitted 
with 30 Ib. 30-inch barrel, the rifle weighs 7i Ibs., and is 
. 45 inches in length. The action has been classified as "the 
Block Bolt Principle." Deposited by Major P. T. Godsal. 

33O8. Secret Memorandum, dated "'Victory.' off Cadiz, 9th 
October, 1805," signed by Lord Nelson, and circulated to 
the Captains of ships before the Battle of Trafalgar. 
This particular copy was issued to Captain William Lech- 
mere, of H.M.S. " Thunderer." The Document bears the 
words, " When the ' Thunderer ' quits the fleet for Eng'and 
you are to return this secret memorandum to the 
' Victory.' " Deposited by the Rev. R. P. Barren. 


3311-3313 Uniform worn by the late Field-Marshal 
His Royal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, K.G., 
as Colonel of the 17th Lancers. 

3311 Cap with Plume. 

3312 Tunic with Girdle. 

3313 Pouch, Belt, and set of Cap-lines. 

Deposited by the Officer Commanding 17th Lancers. 

3314-3319. Decorations of Admiral Sir Graham 
Moore, G.C.B., G.O.M.G. Admiral Sir Graham Moore, 
younger brother of Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore, 
was born in 1764, and entered the Navy in 1777. He 
served under Lord Howe in 1782 at the relief of Gibraltar. 
In 1798 he was attached to the squadron on the Coast of 
Ireland under Sir John Borlase Warren, and assisted 1 in 
the defeat of the French Squadron on 12th October. In 
September, 1804, when in command of four frigates, he 
captured four Spanish frigates off Cadiz, laden with trea- 
sure of the value of three-and-a-half million dollars. In 
1807, after hoisting a broad pennant and escorting the 
Royal Family of Portugal to the Brazils, he was invested 
with the Order of the Tower and Sword. In the autumn 
of 1809, Moore served under Sir Richard Strachan in the 
Walcheren Expedition. He was promoted Rear-Admiral 
on 12th August, 1812, and for a short time commanded in 
the Baltic. In 1820 he was Commander-in-Chief in the 
Mediterranean. He was promoted Admiral in 1837, and, 
after holding the appointment of Commander-in-Chief at 
Plymouth, died at Cobham in 1843. 

3314 Star of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath 
(K.C.B.). conferred on 2nd January, 1815'. 

3315 Badge or the Most Honourable Order of the Bath, 
(G.C.B.), conferred on 2nd January, 1815. 

3316 Star of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath 
(G.C.B.), conferred on llth March, 1836. 

3317 Star of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint 
Michael and Saint George (G.C.M.G.), conferred 
on 28th September, 1820. 

3318 Riband of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint 
Michael and Saint George (G.C.M.G.). 

3319 Collar of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint 
Michael and Saint George (G.C.M.G.). 

Deposited by Miss Carrick Moore (his Grand-Niece). 

3320-3323. Decorations of Lieut.-General Sir John 
Moore, K.B. 

3320 Gold Collar and Badge of the Most Honourable 
Order of the Bath (K.B.), conferred on 14th Nov- 
ember, 1804. 

3321 Star of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath 

3322 Diamond Star, representing that of the Order of 
the Bath, purchased by Sir John Moore's Officers 
for 350 guineas and presented to him in 1804. 


3323 Riband of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath 

(K.B.), worn by Sir John Moore. 
Deposited by Miss Carrick Moore (his Grand-Niece.) 

3324. General Officer's Gold Medal for- the Battle of 

Coruna, awarded to Lieut. -General Sir John Moore, K.B. (post 
mortem). The medal bears on the obverse, Britannia, 
wearing a helmet and seated on the globe, her right hand 
extended, holding a wreath of laurel ; in her left is a palm 
branch. To her right is the lion of England'; and, on 
the left, a round shield charged with the crosses of the 
Union banner. The reverse bears a wreath of laurel sur- 
rounding " Coruna " and the date of the Battle. On tte 
rim is engraved : " Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore. 

The Battle of Coruna was fought on January 16th, 1809, 
between 14,000 British under Sir John Moore, and 20,000 
French under Soult, who was endeavouring to prevent 
the British from embarking. The French attacks were 
uniformly repulsed, and the troops safely embarked, with 
a loss of about 800, including Sir John Moore. The 
French lost about 2,000. Deposited by Miss CarricTc Moore. 

3325. Imperial Ottoman Order of the Crescent, 

awarded to Sir John Moore for his services in Egypt, in 
1801. Deposited by Miss M. Carrick Moore. 

3326. Binnacle Of H.M.S. "Captain" which sank in a 
squall off Finisterre, 7th September, 1870, discovered float- 
ing in the Bay of Biscay, and presented to Rt. Hon. H. C. 
Childers, M.P.. First Lord of the Admiralty. Lent by 

Colonel E. S. E. Childert, C.B., E.E. 

3327. Seven-pounder Brass Krupp Field Gun, taken at 
the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, 13th September, 1882, when the 
rebel Egyptian Army, under Arabi Pasha, was totally de- 
feated by the British Force, under the command of the 
present Field-Marshal Viscount Wolseley, K.P., by whom 
the trophy was presented to the late Rt. Hon. H. C. 
Childers, M.P., Secretary of State for War. 

In the space of 25 days the British Force was disem- 
barked at Jsmailia, traversed the desert, seized the capital 
of Egypt, and captured Arabi, the rebel commander. Avith- 
in that period the British had defeated the enemy five 
times ; finally at Tel-el-Kebir, where their entrenched posi- 
tion was carried after an arduous night march, the guns 
were captured and the whole rebel army dispersed. Lent 
by Colonel E. S. E. Childers, C.B., E.E. 

50O1. Short Rifle, 1904 pattern. 

* There are at present no exhibits numbered from 3328 to 5000. 


3328. The Pistol of Lieut.-General Sir John Moore, K.B., being of 
English make with flint lock and double barrelled, which 
are under and over and not side by side as is usual. To 
fire the lower barrel a revolving screw is turned which 
blocks communication with the upper barrel and gives 
direct entry by means of a touch hole to the lower barrel 
from the pan, the barrels are grooved towards the muzzle. 
The pistol was given by Sir John Moore to Colonel William 
Havelock, K.H., who was on his Staff, and who was the 
Great Uncle of the lender. Colonel Havelock was present 
at Waterloo and killed at the head of his Regiment, the 
14th Light Dragoons, at Ramnugger, in 1848. Deposited 
by Sir Henry Havelock Allen, St. 

333O. Field Glass, by Abraham, Bath, of Lieut.-General Sir John 
Moore, K.B. When fully extended it measures forty-one 
inches. Given by Miss Carrick Moore. 

3331. Two Buttons (one with portion of Cloth in the neck) cut 
from the Coat of Sir John Moore previous to his burial by 
his Military Secretary, Major John Colborne. Deposited 
by General Sir A. Montgomery-Moore. 

3332. A Seal, formerly the property of Sir John Moore. Deposited 
as above. 

3333. Badge awarded to Lieut.-Colonel A. B. W illiams ' 6th Bn. 
Rifle Brigade, as Captain of the Militia Eight, from 1893 
to 1908, by the Militia Rifle Association. Deposited by 
Lieut.-Colonel A. B. Williams. 

3350. A Collection of 52 Shoulder-belt Badges of Line and Militia 
Regiments, and 4 Militia Officers' Belt Buckles. Deposited 
by Captain H. G. Parkyn. 

3351.-- Damascened " Kutti," contained in green sheath, 
formerly the property of Colonel Obeidullah Khan, A.D.C.. 
of Bhopal. Deposited by Major N. M. Smyth, V.C. 

3352. Diary of Major Lord Charles Somerset Manners. 10th Royal 
Hussars, kept by him during the Retreat to Corunna, 1809. 
Deposited by Captain C. G. Manners. 

3353. The Standard of the Commonwealth (for details 
see label). Deposited by The Lords Commissioners of the 

3354. The Bullet which wounded Lieut.-Colonel John Colborne 
(Lord Seaton), when leading the 52nd Regiment in 
the assault of Cuidad Rodrigo, 19th January, 1812. It 
was extracted a year afterwards, but he never entirely 
recovered the use of his shoulder. Deposited by Lady 

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3355. Letter written by Lieut.-Colonel John Colborne (Lord Seaton) 
to his Sister the day after the Battle of Waterloo, dated 
19th June, 1815. Deposited by General Sir A. Montgomery- 

3356. - Si I ver Gi It Trophy, presented to Admiral Viscount Exmouth 
by the Rear-Admiral, Captains, and Commanders who 
served under him at the bombardment of Algiers on 27th 
August, 1816, when 19 British ships and 6 Dutch ships 
bombarded the forts of the place, mounting 500 guns. The 
eight hours bombardment resulted in a loss of 885 of the 
Allies killed and wounded, while the Algerines lost over 
6,000. Deposited by the Trustees of Viscount Exmouth. 

3357. Sword, with gilt hilt, enamelled and jewelled, presented to 
Admiral Viscount Exmouth as a testimony of esteem and 
gratitude for his victorious attack on Algiers, by the City 
of London. Deposited as above. 

3358 Sword, worn by Admiral Viscount Exmouth at the bombard- 
ment of Algiers. Deposited as No. 3856. 

336O. -Pair of jewelled Persian Guns, in Case. -Deposited by G. H. 
Hitchcock, Esq. 

3361. -The Gold Medal, awarded to Lord Collingwood for the 
action of the 1st June. Deposited by C. H. B. Caldwell, 

3362. Oak Box, containing the following relics of Vice- Admiral 
Lord Collingwood : Trafalgar Gold Medal (Flag-Officer), St. 
Vincent Gold Medal. Gold Seal with three-sided crystal, 
Heavy Gold Bracelet with Miniature of Lord Collingwood, 
Gold Chain Bracelet with Coronet and initials " N.L.," Gold 
Brooch with hair, inscribed " C. C., 1790"; Gold Brooch 
with stones at back, " Vice-Admiral Lord Collingwood died 7 
March, 1810"; Gold Mourning Ring, with pearls inscribed, 
"John Collingwood obit 7 Jan., 1844": Gold Mourning 
Ring, with pearls inscribed, " Rich Braithwaite, Esq., obit 
28 June, 1805, set. 80, Admiral of the White": Gold and 
Enamel Mourning Ring, inscribed, " Patience, Wise, Stead 
died Aug. 13, 1838, aged 75"; Gold Mourning Ring with 
hair, engraved " M.N.C. ob, Aug. 25, 1840"; Brooch with 
stones and hair ; Locket with hair, hinge broken ; Gold 
Coronation Medal, George IV. Deposited by Rear-Admiral 
71. E. P. Gust. 

3363. Three Swords, with tablets of ivory attached, formerly 
the property of Admiral Lord Collingwood. Deposited as 

3364. Lamp found hanging over the Mahdi's Tomb at Omdurman 
on 2nd September, 1898. Deposited by the 21st Lancers. 


5003-5021 A Collection of War Medals. 

5003 A case of Medals, issued for the Peninsula Cam- 

5004 Two Cases of Medals, issued for the Peninsula 

5005 Three Cases of " Groups " of medals belonging to 
individual soldiers. 

5006 Case of the East India Company Medals, 1784- 

5007 Case of Foreign Orders and Medals. 

5008 Case of Medals for China. South Africa, New Zea- 
land, Egypt, and West Africa. 

5009 Case of "Groups" of Medals, worn by individual 

5010 Case of Indian Medals, 1845-57. 

5011 Case of Indian Medals. 1857-95. 

5012 Case of Medals, issued for the Campaign in the 

5013 Case of Waterloo Medals. 

5014 Case of Regimental Medals and Badges. 

5015 Case of Early English Medals and decorations, 

5016 Case of Medals of the Militia, Yeomanry, and old 
" Loyal Volunteers." 

5017 Naval Medals issued since 1840. 

5018 Naval Medals and other "Naval Awards" for 
Actions between 1793-1840. 

5019 Case of Naval Medals for Actions between 1793- 

5020 Case of Naval Medals for Actions between 1793- 

5021 Case of Victoria Crosses, and other rare medals. 
Deposited by Major-Qeneral the Lord Cheylesmorc, 


5022. Flint-lock Pistol, with brass trigger guard and butt cap 
about 1812. Twelve inches. 

5023. Cavalry Carbine, flint-lock, S. B., M, L., 1836. 

5024. Flint-lock Musket, S. B., M. L., Elliot's Patent, date 
1823 (as 5125). 

5O25-5O26. Two Sword-Bayonets, Brunswick, brass hilts. 

5027. Flint-lock Pistol, brass trigger-guard and butt trap, about 
1812. Twelve inches. 

5028. Flint-lock Musket, 3. B., M. L., Elliot's Patent, date 1823 
(as 5125). 

5029-5O48. -Twenty Flint-lock Pistols, 4 inches, steel 
swivel-rammers, brass trigger-guards. Date about 1826. 

5O49-51O6. Fifty-six Sword Bayonets, Brunswick pattern 
brass hilts. 


51O7-5124. Eighteen Flint-lock Pistols, 1 2 in. with wooden 
rammers, brass trigger-guards, and butt-caps, steel belt 
attachments. Date about 18U8. 

5125-514-2. Eighteen Small Muskets, Elliot's pattern, S. B. 
M.L., with steel rammers, brass trigger-guards, butt- 
plates, fore-ends, and other fittings. Date 1823. 

514-3. Boarding Pike, date about 1800. 

51 44-51 45. Two German Halbards. 

5146. Hal bard, time of Charles II. 

514-7. Foot Soldier's Pole-axe, 15th century. 

5148. Pike, 17th century. ' 

5149. Swiss Halbard, 15th century. 

515O. Gisarme, 15th century. 

5151. Halbard, time of George I. 

5152-5157. Six Pike-heads, date about 1650. 

5158. Pioneer's Sword, 1858 pattern. 

5159-5176. Eighteen Pike-heads of about 1790 

5178. A Suit of Chain Mail, with red cross on the breast, taken 
at the Battle of Omdurman. Deposited by Major-General 
V. Button, C.B. 

5179. A Suit of Chain Mail, taken at the Battle of Omdurman. 
Deposited by Major-General V. Hatton, C.B. 

5182. Skull Cap, with nose-piece and quilted curtains, protected 
by chain-mail, worn by a Dervish Emir at the Battle of 
Omdurman, September 2nd, 1898, and picked up on the 
field. Deposited by Major-General V. Hatton, C.B. 

5183. Quilted Gibba of a mounted Dervish, killed at Khartoum. 
Deposited by Major-General V. Eatton, C.B. 

5184. Quilted Gibba of a mounted Dervish killed at the battle of 
Khartoum. Deposited by Major Elmslie. 

5185. Skull Cap, with moveable nose-piece, and fitted with quilted 
curtains protected' by chain-mail, picked up at the Battle 
of Omdurman, 2nd September, 1898. Deposited by Captain 
N. M. Smyth, V.O. 


5188. A Dervish Flag, taken at the Battle of Omdurman. 

5189. Two Small Spears, taken from the Dervishes at Omdur- 
man. Deposited by Major W. F. Elmslie, 2nd Lancashire 

50 9O. Dervish Flag, taken at the Battle of Omdurman. Deposited 
by Lieut. -Colonel F. B. Elmslie and Officers, S7th Field 
Battery, E.F.A. 

5191. A Pair of Camel Drums, which belonged to the Dervish 
Emir. Wad-el-Bishara, who was defeated at Dongola, and 
killed at the Atbara in 1898. Deposited by Lieut. -Colonel 
A. T. Sloggett, R.A.M.C. 

5193. Two Dervish Banners from the Battlefield of Omdurman. 
Deposited by Major-General V. Hatton., C.B. 

5196. Sudanese Head-piece for Horse. It was the pro- 
perty of the Dervish Emir Zakhi Osman, who escaped to 
Omdurman after the defeat of Mahmoud's Force at the 
Battle of Atbara. 6th April. 1898. Deposited by Captain 
N. M. Smyth, V.C. 

5197. Dervish War Drum taken at Omdurman, 2nd September, 
1898. Deposited by Major F. B. Elmslie and Officers, S7th 
Field Battery, E.F.A. 

5198. Dervish War Drum taken at Omdurman, 2nd September, 

5199. Gibba of a Dervish child found at Omdurman. Deposited by 
Lieut. -Colonel A. T. Sloggett, B.A.M.C. 

5201. Six Dervish Spears from the Battle of Omdurman. 
Deposited by Major-General V. Hatton, C.B 

52O2. Three Fish, or Hunting Spears, used by the Shillooks 
a tribe of Dervishes, from the Battle of Omdurman. De- 
posited by Major-General V. Hatton, C.B. 

5205. Large Spear-head from the battlefield of Omdurman 
carried by one of the Khalifa's personal Body Guard. 
Deposited by Major-General V. Hatton, C.B. 

52O9. A Dervish Steel Spear for penetrating steel armour 
carried by Khalifa Mahmud, taken at Khartoum, 2nd Sep- 
tember, 1898. Deposited by Captain N. M. Smyth, V.C 

521 0. Baggara Horse Spear of the Dervish leader, Omar es 
Sheikh, killed at the Atbara, April 6th, 1898, taken by 
Major Le Gallais, 8th Hussars. Deposited by Captain N. 
M. Smyth, V.C. 


5211. Baggara Horse Spear, belonging to the Dervish Emir 
Lakki Oman, formerly Governor of Berber, taken at the 
Battle of the Atbara. Deposited by Captain N. M. Smyth, 


5212. Dervish Banner taken at the Battle of Omdurman. 
Deposited by Major M. Peake, E.A. 

5213. The Original Flag of Mahomet Ahmed, "The 
Mahdi " which was taken at the final defeat of the Khalifa 
at Umdubericat on November 24th, 1899, by the 9th Suda- 
nese Battalion, under the command of Lieut.-Colonel W. 
E. B. Doran, D.S.O. Deposited by Lieut.-Colonel W. B. 
B. Doran, D.S.O. 

5214 Metal Top of the Tomb of the " Mahdi," at Omdur- 
man. It was, shelled by the 37th Field Battery, R.F.A. 
Deposited by Lieut.-Colonel F. B. Elmslie and Officers, S7th 
Battery, B.F.A. 

5215. Seven-pounder Brass Field Gun, which originally 
belonged to the Egyptian Force under Hicks Pasha, which 
was annihilated by the Mahdists in the Sudan in 1883. 
It was recovered at the Battle of Omdurman on September 
3rd, 1898, by the Anglo-Egyptian Forces. Deposited by 
Lieut.-Colonel F. B. Elmslie, and Officers, S7th Battery, 

5219. A Dervish Shield, taken at the Capture of Dongola, 1896. 
Deposited by Lieut.-Colonel A. T. Sloggett, B.A.M.C. 

5220. A Dervish Spear, with long head, taken at Omdurman. 

5224. Dervish Sword, with Arabic inscription, taken from 
Omdurman after the great battle. Deposited by Major- 
General V. Eatton, C.B. 

5226. Dervish Sword from Omdurman. 

523O. Dervish Leather Water-bottle. Deposited by Lieut.- 
Colonel A. T. Sloggett, B.A.M.C. 

5235. Lord Nelson's Cabin Wash-stand given by him to 
Mr. J. Brown, purser, R.N., for some time his private 
secretary. Deposited by John Brown, Esq. 


5236. Lord Nelson's Telescope. It was presented after his 
death on October 21st, 1805, to hie friend V ice-Admiral 
Sir Thomas Fremantle, Q C.B. Deposited by Admiral 
Honourable Sir E. B. Fremantle, Q.C.B., C.M.G. 

5237. Breech-loading Rifled Carbine, Sharpe's Patent, 1845 

5238. Flint-lock Rifled Carbine, M. L., with swivel rammer 
and brass fittings, period George III. 

5239. Percussion Rifled Carbine, with steel rammer, leaf 
sight. Calisher and Terry. 

5240. A Carbine of the Eoyal Horse Guards time of George III., 
fitted with wooden rammer ; has smooth bore and flint-lock ; 
barrel 37 inches long. 

5241. Short Seven-barrelled Musket, barrels browned and 
marked " H. Nock," steel rammer, brass fittings, flint-lock. 
Early 19th century. 

5242. Musket, flint-lock, with bayonet, about 1765, barrel 40 in 
long ; steel rammer. 

5243 Flint-lock Musket of the time of George IV., with 

bayonet, barrel browned and 37 in. in length; steel ram- 

5244. Flint-lock Musket, with bayonet, of the time of George 
III., the. lock marked "Tower"; steel rammer. The barrel 
is 3 ft. 7 in. in length. 

5245. Flint-lock Carbine, with short bayonet, of the time of 
George III., brass fittings with steel rammer; barrel 29 
in. in length. 

5246. Pioneer's Musket, with bayonet, of the time of George 
III., flint-lock, steel rammer; the length of the barrel is 
37 in. 

5247. Flint-lock Musket, with bayonet, Indian pattern, of the 
time of George III., steel rammer; barrel 87 in. in length. 

5248. Percussion Rifled Carbine, of 1857, steel swivel- 


5249. Sharp's Patent Breech-loading Cavalry Car- 
bine, drop action, percussion lock (hammer missing), date 1848. 
Barrel 22 in. long. 

5250. Percussion Breech-loading Carbine, Maynard's 
patent, 1845. 

5251. Light Cavalry Percussion Carbine, M. L., steel 
swivel-rammer. Date about 1830; the length of the barrel 
is 16 in. 

5252. A Flint-lock Carbine, with musket bore, heavy cavalry 
pattern, about 1820. Length of barrel 26 in. ; steel rammer. 

5253. A Flint-lock Carbine, with bayonet, Indian pattern, of 
the time of George IV., steel rammer; length of barrel 
30 in. 

5254. Flint-lock Carbine, with short bayonet, used by the 
Woolwich Cadets, 1820, steel rammer ; length of barrel 
36 in. 

5255 Flint-lock Rifled Musket of the time of George IV. 
with hand bayonet steel rammer ; length of barrel 30 in. 

5256. Flint-lock Musket, with bayonet, Land Regulars, of the 
time of George IV., steel rammer; barrel 40 in. in length. 

5257. Smooth-bore Percussion Musket, with bayonet, 
1839 pattern, barrel 38 in. ; steel rammer. 

5258. Flint-lock Musket, with bayonet, sea service pattern 
1820, barrel 36 in. ; steel rammer. 

5259. Percussion Rifled Carbine for Foot Artillery, with 
sword-bayonet. Date about 1850. Barrel 24 in. long ; steel 

5260. Percussion Musket, with bayonet, pattern 1838, barrel 
38 in. ; steel rammer. Date about 1838. 

5261. Musket and Bayonet, R. E. pattern, H.E.I.C., dated 1846. 
Percussion lock, barrel 39 in. in length ; steel rammer. 

5262. Sergeant's Percussion Musket, with bayonet, date 
1842, barrel 30 in. in length ; steel rammer. 

5263. Percussion Musket, 1842 pattern, with bayonet, barrel 
30 in. in length ; steel rammer. 

5264. Percussion Musket, with bayonet, R.M.L.I. pattern, date 
1847, barrel 40 in. in length ; steel rammer. 


5265. Short Flint-lock Musket, with bayonet, sea service 
pattern. Date about 1820. Length of barrel 26 in. ; steel 

5266. Minie Rifle Musket, with bayonet, percussion lock 
steel rammer, leaf-sight; length of barrel 39 in. 

5267. Percussion Musket, S. B., East India Company, pattern 
1858, with bayonet, steel rammer, and fixed sight. 

5268. Converted Enfield Snider Rifle, with bayonet, B. L., 
dated 1860. 

5269. Carbine, R. E. pattern, 1858, percussion lock, sword-bayonet, 
leaf -sight. 

5270. Victoria Carbine, I860, percussion lock, steel swivel- 

5271. Sergeant's Fusil, 1850, with bayonet; percussion lock, 
steel rammer, leaf-sight. 

5272. Percussion Rifled Musket, 1827, R. M. L. I. pattern, 

5273. Brunswick Rifle, with sword-bayonet, percussion lock 
steel rammer, hinged-sight. 

5274. Lancaster Rifled Carbine, R.E. pattern, sword-bayonet 
steel rammer, percussion lock, and leaf-sight. 

5275. Enfield Rifled Musket, for Infantry, 1853, with bayonet 
steel rammer, .percussion lock, and leaf-sight. 

5276. Short Rifle, with sword-bayonet, for Rifle Regiments, 1855 
percussion lock, steel rammer, and 1 leaf-sight. 

5277. American Short Rifle, three grooves, 1857; sword- 
bayonet, percussion lock, steel rammer, and moveable 

5278. American Rifled Musket, three grooves, 1857, with 
bayonet, steel rammer, percussion lock, and leaf-sight. 

5279. Chinese Boxer Coat, taken in the campaign of 1900. 
528O. Chinese Boxer Coat, taken in the campaign of 1900. 

5281. Portion of a Boxer's (Chinese) Dress, taken in the 
Campaign of 1900. 

5282. Hat as worn by Boxers. 
5283* Morion, 17th century. 


5284. Suit of Armour (Pikeman), consisting of casque, gorget 
back-piece, breast-piece, garde de rein. 

5286. Mauser Carbine, bent bolt, manufactured at Berlin in 
1896. Deposited by Lieut. -Colonel Count Gleichen, C.V.O., 
C.M.G., D.S.O. 

5287. Mauser Rifle, bent bolt, manufactured at Berlin. De- 
posited by Major J. E. Gaunter. 

5288. Steyr Drop-action Rifle. Deposited by Major J. E. 

5289. Mauser Rifle, straight bolt, manufactured at Berlin. 
Deposited by Major J. E. Gaunter. 

529O. Lee Rifle, 1879 (Watson). 
5291. Gras Rifle, 1877. 

5292 Vetterlin Rifle. 

5293. Krag-Jorgensen Rifle (1897 pattern U.S.A.) 
5294. Vetterlin Rifle. 
5295. Super's Patent Rifle. 

5296. Percussion Muzzle-loading Gun, with octagonal 
barrel, surrendered by the Boers. 

5297. Westley-Richards Patent Rifle, Henry action. 
5298 Martini-Henry Rifle. 

5299. Flint-lock Musket, of the time of George III., and stamped 
with the Tower mark, handed in by the Boers in the South 
African War. Deposited by Major J. E. Gaunter. 

5300. Mauser Rifle, straight bolt. Berlin 1896 . Deposited by 
Major J. E. Gaunter. 

5301. - 17th Lancer Shabraque, which belonged to His 
Royal Highness, The Duke of Cambridge, Colonel 17th 
Lancers. Deposited by the Officer Commanding, 17th 

5302. A Remington Sporting Rifle, taken from the Boers, 
1900. Deposited by Major J. E. Gaunter. 

5303. Westley-Richards Sporting Rifle, surrendered by 
the Boers, 1900. Deposited by Major J. E. Gaunter. 

53O5. Double-barrelled and'Rifled Carbine of 1854; per- 
cussion lock and steel rammer ; leaf-sight, 


531 0. Model of a Central Pivot Carriage for 4-72 Breech 
Loading Gun. Naval Service. Deposited by Sir W. G. 
Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. 

5311. Model of a Central Pivot Carriage with circular slide 
for Howitzer Breech Loading Gun. Deposited by Sir W. G. 
Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. 

5312. Model of a Centre Pivot Coast Carriage for 9-4-in. 
Breech Loading Gun, with hand loading mechanism. De- 
posited by Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. 

5313.- Model of a Forward Pivot Carriage for 4-72 Breech 
Loading Gun for Naval Service. Deposited by Sir W. G. 
Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. 

5314. Model of an Hydraulic Disappearing Gun 
Carriage on Central Pivot. Deposited by Sir W. G. Armstrong 
Whitworth and Co. 

5315-5316 Model of a Self-righting Life Boat fitted 
with water ballast. 

The water ballast is contained in a series of tanks amid- 
ships, which can be filled with water or emptied at will in 
one minute. The object is to increase the immersion of_the 
boat, and, consequently, her draught of water and stability 
when circumstances admit of doing so. without materially 
increasing her fixed weight for land carriage, or her 
draught of water when launching, or in very shallow water. 
The water is kept as nearly amidships as possible, and the 
tanks are separate so that one or more can be filled as the 
case may require. They also form water-tight chambers 
round the trunks of the drop keels in case they should leak 
through injury or otherwise. Deposited by the Royal 
National Life-Boat Institution. 

5317. Model Of Life Belt adopted by the Royal National Life- 
Boat Institution and supplied to the crews of all the life- 
boats of that Society. Invented by Captain J. R. Ward, 
B.N. Deposited by the Royal National Life-Boat Institu- 

5318. Cavalry Carbine, flint-lock, M.L., steel swivel, rammer and 
brass fittings. Date 1834. Maton's pattern. 

5319. Cavalry Carbine, M.L., rifled, percussion, steel swivel, rammer 
and brass fittings. Date about 1830. 

532O. Cavalry Carbine, M. L., S. B., flint-lock, steel swivel 
rammer and brass fittings. Date about 1825. 

5321-5336. Flint-IOCk Pistol, 9 in. barrel, steel swivel, rammer 
and brass fittings. Date, 1820. 


5337-5338. Flint-lock Pistol, S. 6., steel swivel, rammer, for sea 
service. Date, 1830. 

5339-536O. Barbed Wooden Spear from the northern territory 
of South Australia. Deposited by Colonel J. F. Owen, B.A. 

5361-5365. -Wooden Spear from the northern territory of South 
Australia. Deposited by Colonel J. F. Owen, It. A.. 

5366.- Repeating Flint-lock Pistol of peculiar mechanism ; the 
ball and powder magazine in the butt are filled from the 
door on the left of the lock, the lever being turned upward 
and forward and back again completes the action of load- 
ing and priming ; 9 shots can be fired in succession. It was 
B-esented by the Pasha of Tripoli to the late Admiral W. 
. Smyth, F.R.S. Deposited by Captain N. M. Smyth, 
V.C., Queen's Bays. 

5367. Mauser Ten-shot Automatic Pistol (No. 14533) 
sighted to 500 yards. Deposited by Westley, Bichards & 

5368. Russian Army Revolver. Deposited by Mestrt. Bland % 

5369. Double-barrel, "Under and Over" Hammerless 
Pistol, 577 C. F., with oscillating " firing hammer tumbler," for 
conical or spherical bullets and shot. Deposited by Charles 
Lancaster and Co. 

537O. Webley's Metropolitan Police Revolver. 

posited by Messrs. Webley and Co. 

5371. Royal Irish Constabulary Revolver. Deposited 
by the Webley and Scott Revolver and Arms Co. 

5372. Wooden Gun bound with Iron Hoops, used by 
the Philippine rebels and taken by the forces of the Spanish 
Crown at the storming of Imus, in the province of Cavite, 
near Manila, after a tremendous attack and desperate re- 
sistance, on March 25th, 1897. Deposited by Commandei 
A. Galloway, B.N. 

5373. Percussion Musket, with octagonal barrel and woo<lcn 

rammer, used by Doctor Ray at the time when he dis- 
covered the remains of Sir John Franklin, the Arctic- 
Explorer. Given by M. P. Traill-Smith, Esq., B.N. 


5374. -A Squadron Standard of The 8th (or Black) Horse, now 
the 7th Dragoon Guards. It is the oldest Cavalry Standard 
in existence, and was carried at tho Battle of Dettingen 
in 1743, when the Regiment was commanded by ,Colonel 
John Ligonier. Deposited by Colonel J. F. Bichardson. 

5375. Sword taken from a French Officer at Balinamuck, 1798, by 
Captain Chambers, 6th Dragoon Guards. Deposited by 
Sir John Fryer, K.C.B. 

5377. -Boat's Compass of the early part of the 19th Century. 
Deposited by W. Creu-dson, Esq. 

6O01. Cpattee (dress) of an Officer of the 1st Regiment of Royal 
Edinburgh Volunteers, raised October, 1794 ; the 2nd Regi- 
ment had two Battalions, and was raised in March, 1797, 
the Duke of Buccleuch being Colonel. 

6002. Helmet Plate of the King's Own Royal Tower Hamlets 
Light Infantry Militia, worn from 1878 to 1881. Given by 
Major H. Huntington. 

6003. A Watercolour Sketch of Napoleon 1st, executed on 
board H.M.S. " Northumberland " during her voyage to 
St. Helena. Given by Captain W. H. Sireny, 1{.N. 

6004. Twenty-four Aquatint Engravings, by T. Rowland- 
son, of Hungarian and Highland Broad Sword Exercise, 
published 1799 by H. Angelo, Curzon Street, Mayfair. 
Given by Colonel Alfred Bibby. 

6005. -Belt-buckle of the 8th The King's Regiment, worn previous 
to 1881. Given by Captain 7. C. Cooper. 

6O06. Shako Plate, 8th King's Regiment, worn previous to the 
Crimean War. Given by Captain J. C. Cooper. 

6007. A Painting in Oils, believed to be of the Decapitated Head 
of " Mary, Queen of Scots," who was beheaded at Fother- 
ingay Castle, Northamptonshire, 8th February, 1587. 
Given by General Sir Charles Napier, G.C.B. 

6008. " Panorama Of Quebec," embracing the entire horizon 
as seen from the battery overlooking the Plains of Abraham, 
painted in water-colours by Captain P. V. Wood in 1846. 
Given by Mrs. P. V. Wood. 

6009. Cast of a Marble Bust, in the possession of Earl Nelson, of 
Vice-Admiral Lord Nelson. It was executed in Vienna in 
the year 1800 by Franz Thaller and Matthias Ransom, 
when Nelson was on his way from Italy to England, and 
the cast had, since that date, until the time of its presenta- 
tion to the Museum, heen in the possession of Messrs. 
Widdowson & Veale, who were agents for Lord Nelson.-- 
Given by E, C. Ball, Esq. 



6010. Napoleon's Medal for the projected invasion of England 
in 1804, struck in that year. 

6011. Helmet Plate of the 16th Bedfordshire Eegiment, worn 
subsequent to 1881. Given by Major-General C. J. Home. 

6012. -Belt Buckle of the 16th Bedfordshire Regiment, worn 
previous to 1881. Given by Major-General C. J. Home. 

6013. -General Christian de Wet's Heliograph, Given 
by Colonel H. de B. Lisle, C.B., D.S.O. 

6014. -Painting in Oils, executed in 1859, by Sir J. Gilbert. R.A. 
of Captain William Slayter Smith, who was born in 
1793. He was appointed Ensign in the 2nd Garrison Bat- 
talion on 25th December, 1806, and was promoted Lieu- 
tenant in November, 1808, after having been appointed 
Adjutant of the Regiment in June of that year. He served 
in the Peninsular War as Lieutenant in the 13th Light 
Dragoons during the years 1810-12, and was once severely 
and twice slightly wounded. He was present in the rank 
of Lieutenant in the 10th Hussars at the Battle of 
Waterloo, and in June, 1822, was appointed Adjutant of 
the Yorkshire Hussars, which appointment he held for 
42 years. 

6015. Helmet of the 15th Light Dragoons (now the 15th King's 
Hussars) of the pattern worn circa. 1765. The Regiment 
greatly distinguished itself at Emsdorf in 1760 under Prince 
Ferdinand of Brunswick. Given by Major-General P. 
H. Sandilands. 

6O1 6. Helmet Plate and Belt Buckle of the Royal Wiltshire 
Militia. Given by Lucius FitzGerald, Esq. 

6017. -Dutch Naval Officer's Sword of the end of the 18th 
Century. Brass Hilt with ivory grip. 

6018. Colours of the Royal Knightsbridge Volunteers. The Corps 
was raised, equipped, and trained by Major Robert Eyre, 
and was one of the Regiments reviewed by King George III. 
in Hyde Park on the 28th October, 1803. In that year the 
corps had a precise position in the defence of London in 
case of alarm ; it was to remain in reserve at the top of 
Sloane Street, while the 1st Battalion Queen's Royal Volun- 
teer Infantry was to patrol Grosyenor Place and be in 
communication with the 2nd Battalion, which was to patrol 
Sloane Street, leaving one company at Chelsea Waterworks. 
The Knightsbridge Corps was 146 strong at the time. No 
Volunteer Colours are at present on exhibition at the 
Royal United Service Museum, a fact which will render 
the display of those allotted to the more interesting. ' iven 
by f>. A. Eye, Esq. 

fti i'lclAl, rATAi.oi.Uk. 22? 

5O19. Seven Line Engravings, published by Messrs. Colnaghi 
& Co., in 1812, drawn by H. L'Eveque, and engraved by 
Charles Heath, entitled : 

The Landing of the British Army at Mondego Bay." 

The Battle of Vimiero." 

The Bridge of Saltador." 

The Bridge of Nodin." 

The Attack of the Rear Guard of the French at 

" Passage of the Douro." 

6020. Jaws of a Shark, killed by Lieutenant Fitton, R.N., when 
commanding the tender of H.M.S. " Abergavenny," off 
San Domingo, in August, 1799. 

6021. Jaws of a gigantic blue Shark killed by two boats' crews of a 
whaling vessel when whaling off the south coast of New 

6022. An Original Copy of "Bells Weekly Messenger," for 
10th November, 1805, with an account of the Battle of 
Trafalgar and Lord Nelson's death. 

6023. A SnufF Box, taken from the pocket of a French Officer 
who fell in the Battle of Vimiera, 21st August, 1808. The 
box bears the following inscription: " Libert e des Mers 
Esperance de tous les Peuples." Given by Major-General 
C. J. Home. 

6024. A Water-colour Painting of "The Kwaga Pass, Afghani 
stan," showing the force under Lieut. -General Sir Donald 
Stuart, 1878. Painted and bequeathed by Li(ut .-General 
Sir E. H. Sankey, K.C.B., E.E. 

6025. Shoulder-belt Plate of the 1st Regiment "The Royal 
Scots," worn up to 1855. Given by Lieut. -Colonel A. 

6026. Shoulder-belt Plate of the 93rd Highlanders.- Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel A. Leetham. 

6027. Shoulder-belt Plate of the llth Foot, Given by Ti*ut..- 
Colonel A. LeetJiam. 

6O28. A Print in Colours of the British Swiss Legion, 1854-1856 

Given by Viscount Dillon, F.S.A. 

*- - 
6O29. Cavalry Sword and Scabbard, 1908 pattern. 

Given by The Secretary of State for War. 

6O3O. Small Oil Painting of a Trooper of the 2nd Life Guards, 
with the camp in the distance, executed about 1820. 
Given by Lieut. -Colon el li. Mackenzie-Holden. 


6031. A Relic of the Mutiny of the Nore, being an instruction for- 
bidding all Officers of the Fleet to go on shore, by order of 
the Committee of the Mutineers. Dated H.M.S. " Swan," 
1st June, 1797. Given by J. W. Marshall, Esq. 

6032. Helmet Plate of the 1st ami 2nd Battalions The 
Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), worn from 1881 to 1895. 
Given by Captain H. D. W. Lloyd. 

6033. Helmet Plate of the 2nd and 3rd Battalions, The 
Cameronians (Scottish Rifles), worn from 1881 to 1895. 
Given by Captain H. J). W. Lloyd. 

6034. Cap Badge of The Camuronians (Scottish Rifles), worn 
from 1881 to 1895. Given by Captain H. D. W. Lloyd. 

6035, Sword, presented to Colonel J. Macphail on his leaving the 
Government of Cerigo (Ionian Islands), 1830. The trans- 
lation of the inscription on the Scabbard is "The Com- 
munity gratefully remembering the benefits conferred by 
Macphail, unanimously desire to offer to him this tribute 
of a sword." The Sabre, which is of the finest Persian 
make, was formerly the property of the Pacha of Morea. 
The scabbard was designed and chased in gold by the 
Chevalier Prosalendi, a pupil of Canova. Lent by J. E. 
St. M. Macphail, Esq. 

6036. Badge of the St. Martins-in-the-Fiekls Infantry Association, 
formed in May, 1798. In 1801 the Corps was commanded 
by Major A. B. Drummond, who had under him two 
Captains, three Lieutenants, and three Second-Lieutenants. 
Given by Lieut. -Colonel A. Leetham. 

6037. Officer's Belt Buckle of "The King's (Liverpool Regi- 
ment)," worn from 1881 to 1904. Given by Lieut. -Colonel 
E. Montagu. 

6038. A Pair of Mule Trunks, formerly the property of Brigadier- 
General John Nicholson and used by him during the Indian 
Mutiny, 1857. tiiren by F Stewart, Esq. 

6040. -Sash worn by General Robert E. Lee, born in 1807, son of 
General Harry Lee, of Washington's Army. At the age of 
56 he took command of the Confederate Army of Northern 
Virginia, 1st June, 1862, between which date and 9th April, 
1865, he directed Seven Campaigns. He was made Com- 
mnnder-in-Chief of all the Confederate forces on 9th April 
1885. Died 1870. Given by General E. H. dive. 


6O41. Medals and Decorations of the late Surgeon-General 
Sir James Mouat, V.C., K.C.B., consisting of the 
following : 

Victoria Cross. 

Badge and Pendant of the Order of the Bath. 

Queen Victoria Jubilee Medal. 

Crimean Medal (3 clasps). 

New Zealand Medal. 

French Legion of Honour. 

Turkish Crimean Medal. 

Bequeathed by the late Lady Mouat. 

6042. The First Machine Gun ever used on land. The 12th 
Battalion The London Regiment, then known as the 
Central London Rangers, have the distinction of being the 
first Corps either regular or auxiliary in any army, to 
demonstrate the value of machine guns. Two Nordenfelt 
guns, one of which is the one here exhibited, became the 
property of the Corps in the year 1882 ; but, owing to 
difficulties with the authorities, their official recognition 
did not take place for some time, and for seven or eight 
years afterwards the Battalion remained the only one so 
equipped. Given by the Officers, 12th Battalion The 
London Regiment. 

6043. Models of the Mainmast and Mainyard of H.M.S. "Asia," 
flagship of Sir Edward Codrington, at the Battle of 
Navarino (20th October, 1827), showing the damage done 
to the mast in that action ; the models are made from the 
wood of the old mast. Given by Major-General A. E. 
Codrington, C.V.O., C.B. 

6045. -Model of a Corvette circa. 1860, the period \vhen steam was 
first introduced into warships. The hull of the model is 
eight feet in length. Given by Captain Thomas Suckling, 

6046. Silver Figure, illustrative of fame, given to Captain Sir 
Robert Le Mesurier McClure, R.N., the Arctic Explorer, 
by Officers of the Royal Navy ; and the 

Decorations and Medals of Sir Robert McClure, as fol- 
lows : Order of Companion of the Bath, Ch\na Medal, 
clasp "Canton, 1857,'' Arctic Med&\. Bequeathed ly Lady 

6047. - Model "of a flat-bottomed boat for the disembarkation of 
troops, circa. 1780, with troops on board. 

6O48. Gorget worn by Lieut.-Colonel John Drinkwater. Royal 
Manchester Volunteers (72nd Regiment), author of the 
" History of the late Siege of Gibraltar," during the siege 
of Gibraltar (1779-83). Given ly Lieutenant C. H. Maiden, 

Q a 


6049. - Shoulder-belt Plate of the Royal Manchester Volunteers 
worn by Lieut. -Colonel John Drinkwater during the Siege 
of Gibraltar. Given by Lieutenant C. H. Maiden, 

6050. Gorget, worn by Lieut.-Colonel John Drinkwater. Colonel 
Drinkwater entered the Army in 1777 in the Royal Man- 
chester Volunteers, raised at the expense of that town, 
and served in it throughout the siege and blockade of 
Gibraltar until it was disbanded in 1783. On half-pay he 
wrote the work, " History of the late Siege of Gibraltar," 
and in 1787 he joined the 2nd Battalion of the 1st Royals 
and proceeded to Toulon and became Military Secretary to 
the Governor, and afterwards Military Secretary in 
Corsica till the evacuation in 1796. From 1811 to 1835 
he was Comptroller of Army Accounts. Died 1844. Given 
by Lieutenant C. H. Maiden, B.M.L.I. 

6051. Shabracque used by General Sir C. J. Napier, G.C.B., at the 
Battle of Meanee (17th February, 1843), when he rode his 
Arab charger, " Red Rover." Given by The Misses Napier. 

6052. An Iron Ring recovered from the "Mary Rose," which 
foundered on 20th July, 1545. It is believed to be a hoop 
of one of the guns. See No. 2946. Given by Lieut.-Colonel 
L. A. Gordon. 

6053. Model Of H. M.S. "Mars," a line of Battleship which 
was present at the Battle of Trafalgar. The model is made 
of bone and was the work of French prisoners of war. 
Bequeathed by Arthur George Guillemard, Esq. 

6O54. Small Model in bone (made by French Prisoners) of a line 
of battleship of the commencement of the 19th Century. 
Bequeatlied as above. 

6055. A Print in Colour by Rowlandson, dated 1798, of the 
Deptford Volunteer Cavalry. 

6O56. The Original Plaster Cast of the Memorial erected 
at Sandgate to the memory of Lieut. -General Sir John 
Moore, K.B., who fell in action at the Battle of Corunna, 
16th January, 1809. Given by the Committee, "Sir John 
Moore's Memorial at Sandgate." 

6057. A Lithograph, showing the Uniforms worn by the Staff of 
the Army in 1860. 

6058. A Print, entitled "The Triumphal Reception of the Seikh 
Guns," from the picture painted by W. Taylor, and 
engraved by F. C. and G. G. Lewis. 

6059. Shot picked ur> on the deck of H.M.S. " Asia," at the Battle of 
Navarino in 1827, and supposed to be the one which 
wounded Midshipman Codrington, afterwards Admiral Sir 
H. J. Codrington. Given by Staff-Surgeon B. Browning, 


6O60. Westley Richards Patent Percussion Carbine, 

date, circa. 1840. Given by R. H. Harrod, Esq. 

6061. -Model of H.M.S. "Mars," a ship of the line which was 
present at the Battle of Trafalgar. The model was built 
previous to the construction of the actual ship, and was 
given to Mr. W. J. Muggins, the Artist, by King William 
IV., who had commanded him to paint some pictures of 
the Battle of Trafalgar, which, when completed, were hung 
in Greenwich Hospital. Given by E. Dwncan, Esq. 

6062. -Shako and Plume as worn by the London Rifle Brigade 
(5th Battalion the London Regiment), from the year 1859. 
Given by the Officers, London Rifle Brigade. 

6063. Shoulder-belt Plate of the Royal East Perth Local 

6O64. Shoulder-belt Plate of the 1st Devon Local Militia. 

6065. Shoulder-belt Plate of the 1st Jersey Militia. 

6066. -Shako Plate worn by Officers of the Infantry between the 
years 1800-12. 

6O67. Large Painting in Oils of the charge of the Heavy 
Cavalry Brigade at Balaclava, 25th of October, 1854, 
painted and bequeathed by Major-General Sir Alexander 
Elliot, K.C.B., who participated in the charge with the 
5th Dragoon Guards. 

6068. -A Statue of a Zulu Warrior executed and bequeathed by 
Major-General Sir Alexander Elliot, K.C.B. 

6O69. Miniature Portrait of Captain H. Cobb, who commanded 
the " Kent," East Indiaman, destroyed by fire. The ship 
was one of 1,350 tons burthen, and left the Downs on 19th 
February, 1825, bound for Bombay. In the Bay of Biscay 
she encountered a dreadful storm on 28th February. On 
the next day she accidentally took fire. The " Cambria," 
Captain Cook, bound to Vera Cruz, providentially hove in 
sight, and nearly all on board were saved. The "Kent" 
blew up on 2nd March. Given by Mrs. Westmacott. 

6071. -Officer's Belt Buckle, Royal North British Fusiliers. 
Given by Miss Cftpcl Rose. 

6072. - Piece of a large quantity of Boer Ammunition (some 2,000,000 
rounds), destroyed near Bethlehem, O.R.C., on 31st July, 
1900, when Commandant Prinsloo and his force surrendered. 
The specimen shows a cartridge case of all the three kinds 
of ammunition used bv the Boers, viz., the Martini-Henry, 
the Steyr, and the Mauser. The Mauser clip can also be 
seen embedded in the molten lead. Given by Captain W. 
FJ. C. Tanner, 


6073. Panel, taken from the side of the Railway Carriage used by 
President Steyn, Orange Free State. Given by H. Vaudrey 
Capon, Esq. 

6O74 Camp Bedstead, formerly the property of Field-Marshal 
the Duke of Wellington, K.G., and is stated to have been 
used by him during the Waterloo Campaign. The Duke 
gave it to Inspector-General of Army Hospitals, S. 
Wpolriche, and at his death it came into the possession of 
Miss Alice Penzer, of Bridgnorth, and on her death it was 
purchased for the Institution. 

6075. Officer's Shako Plate and Officer's Belt Buckle of the 
81st Regiment. Given by Lieut-Colonel W. H. M. Jackson. 

6O76. A French Soldier's Birth and Baptismal Cer- 
tificate found on the Field after the Battle of Waterloo, June 
18th, 1815. Given by Lieut .-C olonel W. H. M. Jackson. 

6077. Two Frames, containing 3i Water-colour paintings (17 in 
each) of types of British Army, executed in 1881 by R. 

6O78. Specimen Medal, issued by the Militia Rifle Association 
for skill at arms, and presented to the best shot of Unit 
amongst N.C.O.'s and men, instituted 1904. Given by The 
Secretary, Militia Rifle Association. 

6O79. Silver Gorget of the time of George I., with the Royal 
Arms heavily embossed. 

6O80. A Mezzotint Engraving, by T. L. Atkinson and 
published in 1859, of Brigadier-General John Jacob, C.B., 
Jacob's Horse. Given by Sir William H. E. Green. 
K.C.S.I., C.B. 

6081. Sledge of H.M.S. " Alert," used in the Arctic Expedition of 
1875-76. Given by Lieut. M. Tceling, late E.JV. 

6082. Terra-Cotta Figure of Buddha. It formed part of 
a Buddhistic Temple, which had been carefully concealed by 
being covered with earth and stones, prior to the Mahom- 
medan invasion of India in 1001 A.D., but more probably 
during the 6th Century, A.D., when the Buddhists were 
suppressed by the Brahmins. It was unearthed in Decem- 
ber, 1878. at the base of the Fortress AH Musiid, in the 
Khyber Pass, when a Sungar or stone breast work was 
being strengthened on the summit of a dome-shaped mound, 
on which a picket was posted and had been heavily 
attacked- Given by Lieut. -Colon el W. H. M. Jackson, 


6O83. A Painting in Oils, l>v Nibbs, representing H.M.8. 
" Fury," 6 guns, Captain Edward Tathani, after having 
been ordered by Admiral Dundas to reconnoitre Sebastopol 
early in the Russian War (1854-6), being chased by Russian 
warships mounting in all some 120 guns. The " Fury," 
on the occasion, succeeded in making prisoners the crew of 
a Russian schooner. Given by E. T. Twiss, Esq. 

6O84.-The First Shot directed against the British Fleet at 
Sebastopol, in 1854, having been fired at H.M.S. " Fury," 
6 guns, Captain Edward Tatham. Given by E. T. Twits, 

6085.- Flint Lock Musket, known as a "Trade Gun," with red 
stock it is the type used by Negroes during the various 
wars on the West Coast of Africa, the charge generally 
consisted of slugs or broken pieces of iron stone. There is 
still a large yearly export of gunflints from England. 

6086. - Bar-shot found when excavating for the foundations of 
19, Warrior Square, St. Leonards-on-Sea. It was probably 
fired in the action off Beachy Head on 30th June, 1690, 
when the allied British and Dutch fleets, under Torrington, 
were defeated by the French fleet under de Tourville. 
Given by W. Crewdson, Esq. 

6O87. Stone Shot, roughly moulded, 8.J inches in diameter. 
Weight, 27 pounds. 

6088. Stone Shot, 7 inches in diameter. Weight 10 pounds. 

6089. Stone Shot, excavated at Moors Castle, Gibraltar, in 1892, 
by Corporal Simpson, the Black Watch. 5 inches in diameter. 
Weight, 6^ pounds. Given by Corporal Simpson, the 
Slack Watch. 

6090. -Stone Shot from Gibraltar. 5 inches in diameter. Weight, 
6 pounds. 

6O91. Stone Shot, 4 inches in diameter. M T eight 3 Ibs. 

6O92. Stone Shot from Southampton. 3J inches in d-ameter. 
Weight, 2i pounds. 

6O93. -Stone Shot used at the Siege of Athlone in 1689, and found 
in the river, 3 inches in diameter. Weight, 1$ pounds. 
Given by Commander NeircnTiam, JR.I\ T . 

6O94. Stone Shot from Malta 12 inches in dinmeter. Given F>y 
Lieut. -Colon el Wallace, K.A. 

6O95. Stone Shot found in the Ditch of the Tower of London. 
11 inches in diameter, Weight, 52 pounds, <7?rr7i by Tie 
"Board of Ordnance. 


6096 Iron Shot, dredged up at Emsworth, 3J inches in diameter. 
Weight, 05 pounds. Given by Admiral Sir E. Ommanny, 
K.C.B., F.E.S. 

6O97. iron Shot. 4 inches in diameter. AVeight, 8| Ibs. 

6098. I ron Shot made in two sections Diameter, 4 inches 
Weight, 12 pounds. Dug up at Alexandria. Given by 
Captain Haycock. 

6099. Iron Shot. Diameter, 4| inches. Weight, 12 Ibs. 

6100. Iron Shot, discovered in June, 1901, near Soutlnvold. Prob- 
ably used in the action of Solebay in 1672 between the 
Dutch and the combined fleets of England and France. 
Diameter 7 inches. Given by G. Burrell, Esq. 

6101. Smoke-Ball, being a spherical case filled with a composition 
which, while burning, would emit a great quantity of 
smoke. The contrivance was used principally for purposes 
of concealment or for annoying an enemy engaged in siege 

61 02. Iron Shot from China, containing laminated plates of iron 
Diameter 9 inches. Given by G. W. Servantes. Esq. 

6103. Chinese Chain Shot taken at the Bogue Forts. Given 
by Captain W. H. Hall, E.N. 

61O4. -Bar-Shot, 12 inches in length, with flat extremities. 
6105. Bar-Shot, 14 inches in length witli spherical ends. 

6106. Bar-Shot, 15 inches in length. Weight, 38 Ibs. Fired from 
a Fort into H.M.S. " Superb " at Lord Exmouth's attack 
on Algiers. Given by Admiral Sir Charles Ekins, K.C.B. 

61O7. Linked-Shot of Spanish Manufacture. 

61O8. -Chinese Chain-Shot taken at the Bogue Forts. 

61O9. Large Linked-Shot, 45J inches in length. 

611O. 32-pounder Solid Shot, land or sea service. Diameter, 
6 inches. 

6111 Spanish Shell filled with metal of great weight, dug up al 
Gibraltar. Given by Colonel Gore Browne, S.A. 

6132. Bronze Medal, in commemoration of the Tercentenary of 
the Founding of Quebec by Champlain. Given by The 
Battlefields Commission, Quebec, Canada. 


6113. -A Sepia Drawing, by Captain W. Willermin, Royal Staff 
Corps, of the " Battle of Alexandria," 21st March, 1801. 

6114. -A Painting in Water Colours of "The Coldstream 
Guards " in Square, 1854, by C. Pickering. Given by Sir 
John Harrow. 

6115. A Painting in Water Colours, by C. Pickering, of the 
costume of the Army and Navy, 1854. Given by Sir John 

6116. A Range Finder (incomplete) recorered from the Cabin of 
the late Lieut. W. G. P. Graves, R.N., after the foundering 
of H.M.S. "Gladiator" in the Solent, 25th April, 1908. 
This officer was the inventor of a special range-finder. 
Given by Mrs. Kingstown Barton. 

6117. -Shoulder-belt Plate of the 81st Regiment, formerly be- 
longing to Colonel W. B. Browne (1842-1882). Given by 
Mrs. Browne. 

6118. Shako Plate of the 76th Regiment. Given by Godfrey 
Faussett, Esq. 

6119. - A Black Dervish Flag, found in the House of the Khalifa 
at Omdurman, 1898. The Flag was known as " The Banner 
of the Devil," and was used at Rhamadan. Given by 
Captain C. J. Clerk, late 21st Lancers. 

6120.- Shako Plate of the 81st Regiment of the pattern worn in 
1842. formerly belonging to Colonel W. B. Browne. Given 
by Mrs. Browne. 

6121. A Water Colour Sketch of General Sir Hope Grant, 
G.C.B., executed by Lieut. -Colonel H. Hope Crealock in 
China, 1860. 

6122. -A Print in Colours, "The Hussars," 1846, from a picture 
painted by M. A. Hayes. 

6123. Helmet Plate of the 81st Regiment worn up to 1881. 
Given by T. G. Kerans, Esq., late 81st Bcgiment. 

6124. Shako with green plume of the . r >lst K 0. Yorkshire Light 
Infantry, worn up to 1878 ; the plume was abolished in 
1873, and a green ball substituted. Given by Lieut. -Colonel 
. G. Adamson, late 51st Light Infantry. 

6125.- Shako Plate of the 81st Regiment, of the pattern used from 
about ly/H to 1864. Given by Mrs. Browne. 


6126. - Model of the French line-of-battleship " L'lmperiale " 
(formerly " Vengeur "), 130 guns and 3,000 tons measure- 
ment, flagship of Vice-Admiral Corentin-Urbain Leissegues, 
captured and burnt after having run ashore at the battle 
of Santo Domingo, 6th February, 1806, having lost her 
main and mizzen masts and some five hundred men killed 
and wounded. The British squadron was under the com- 
mand of Vice-Admiral Sir John T. Duckworth and Rear- 
Admiral the Hon. Alexander F. I. Cochrane. 
" L'lmperiale," sometimes described as a 120-gun ship, 
mounted 130 guns in this action, and is acknowledged to 
have been " le plus fort et le plus vaisseau qui eut jamais 
cte construit dans aucun pays du monde." The model 
was taken out of the ship previous to her being burnt. 
Given by Thomas B. H. Cochrane, Esq., M.V.O., late 
Lieutenant E.N. 

6127. Officer's Belt Buckle of the 20th (East Devonshire) 
Regiment worn up to 1881. Given by Mrs. E. E. Bollason. 

6128. Shoulder-belt Plate, 3rd Regiment, Argyllshire Fencibles. 
Given by Lieut. -Colonel A. B. Cottell. 

6129. Scarlet Shell Jacket (Sergeant-Major) 96th Regiment, 
worn up to 1865. Given by Mrs. E. E. Bollason. 

61 30. -Pair ot Officer's Helmet Chains, 3rd P. of w. 

Dragoon Guards, worn up to 1846. Given by Lieut. -Colonel 
A. B. Cottell. 

6131. Officer's Sword, Infantry, Hon. East India Company. 
Given by Lieut. -Colonel W. H. M. Jackson. 

6132. Case containing the following British Cavalry Buttons, con- 
sisting of: 

3rd and 13th Light Dragoons. 

Set of Tunic Buttons. 

Set of Hunt Coat Buttons. 

Given by Lieut. -Col on el A. Leetham. 

6133. -Officer's Belt Buckle, 24th (2nd Warwickshire) Regiment, 
worn up to 1881. Given by Li eut. -Colonel H. It. Farqiihar, 
late 24th Regiment. 

6134. Officer's Shako Plate, 24th Foot, worn up to 1864. 
Given as above. 

6135. -Officer's Shako Plate, 24th Foot, worn up to 1881. 
Given as above. 

61 36. Cap Badges of the Royal Reserve Dragoon Guards Regi- 
ment, Royal Reserve Hussars, and Lancers Regiments. 
Given by Lieut. -Colonel A. Leetham. 

These Regiments were raised for service in the United 
Kingdom during the South African War. 


6137. Case containing tlie following Cavalry Badges, Ac, Shako 
Badges, 13th and 14th Light Dragoons, Sabretasche Badges, 
1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Dragoon Guards; 1st, 2nd, 
and 6th Dragoons; 17th Lancers' 10th and 19th Hussars. 
Sabretasches, 2nd Dragoon Guards; 5th, 12th and 21st 
Lancers. Given by Lieut. -Colonel A.. Leethaui. 

6138. Shako, with green horse-hair plume of the 105th Madras 
Light Infantry, worn up to 1881 ; the plume was abolished 
in 1873, and a green ball substituted. Given by Colonel 
George Byng, late 51st K.O. Yorkshire L.I. 

6139. A Line Engraving, entitled "The Distribution of His 
Majesty's Maundy, Chapel Royal, Whitehall," engraved 
from the picture drawn by H. S. Grimm, 1773. 

6140. A Painting in Oils by James Ward, R.A., entitled "An 
Allegory, the Genius of Wellington." It was exhibited at 
the British Institution Exhibition, 1816, and awarded a 
premium of 1,000 guineas, and is the original from which 
the large picture was executed, in the terms of the premium, 
for Chelsea Hospital. Given by Arthur Kaye, Esq., F.S.A. 

6141. A Line Engraving, "Valour Displayed," being the storm- 
ing and taking of Valenciennes by the British troops, etc., 
under the command of H.B.H. The Duke of York. Given 
by Miss E. Lloyd. 

6142. Twelve Prints in Colour, depicting Scenes in the Burmese 
War of 1824-5, published by T. Clay in 1826. Given by 
Captain E. P. F. Purefoy, M.V.O., E.N. 

6143. Rifle, Charger Loading, Territorial Force. Given by the 
Army Council. 

6144. Sword, Cavalry, pattern 1809 (with scabbard). Given by the 
Army Council. 

6145. Five Lithograph Engravings, executed in France, 
entitled, " The Panorama of the Bosphorus." Given by 
Major A. T. Moore, R.E. 

6146. Coloured Print of "Frederick the Great" 17121786. 
From the nicture by Werner Schuoh. Given by Lieut.- 
Colonel A. Leetham. 

6147. Coloured Print of "The Battle of Leipsic." October 
16tV>-18th, 1813. From the picture in the Zeughaus, Berlin, 
by Werner Schueh. Girrn an above. 

61 48.- -Coloured Print of " Field-Varpl'nl Bliiclier at tl'e Battle 
of Waterloo." From the picture in the Zeughaus, Berlin, 
-(riven as above. 


6149. Six-inch M.L. Experimental Groove Shot. 

6150. Eight-inch S.B. Mackay Shot. 

6151. Six-inch S.B. Blunt-headed Shot. 

6152. 68- Pounder S.B. Solid Shot. 

6153. Six-inch S.B. Bessemer Shot. 

6154. Section 8-inch S.B. Shrapnel Shell. 

6155. Section 12-Pounder Shrapnel Shell. 

6156. Section 10-inch Boxers' Parachute Light Ball. 

6157. Section 12-Pounder S.B. Common Shell. 

6158. Section 8-inch S.B. Common Shell. 

6159. 64-Pounder S.B. Shrapnel Shell. 

616O. 24-Pounder S.B. Common Shell. 

6161. Section of 10-inch S.B. Common Shell. 

6162. 9-Pounder S.B. Solid Shot. 

6163. 64-Pounder S.B. Solid Shot. 

6164. 32-Po under S.B. Grape Shot. 

6165. 9-Pounder S.B. Case Shot. 

6166. 68-Pounder S.B. Grape Shot. 

6167. Sikh Canister Shot (taken at Goojerat). 

6168. 32-Pounder S.B. Case Shot. 

6169. 13-inch Mortar Carcass S.B. 

617O. Section of 13-inch Mortar Common Shell, S.B. 

6171. 13-inch S.B. Mortar Common Shell. 

6172. 5-Inch R.M.L. Common Shell, S.B. 

6173. 9-Pounder, Whitworth Common Shell. 

6174. 11O-Pounder, B.L. Armstrong's Common Shell. 


6175. 12-Poundcr, Whitworth Solid Shot. 

6176. 4O-Pounder B.L. Armstrong's Common Shell. 

6177. Section 40-Poundcr B.L. Armstrong's Com- 
mon Shell. 

6178. 2O-Pounder B.L. Armstrong's Shrapnel Shell. 

6179. Section HO-Pounder B.L. Armstrong's Com- 
mon Shell. 

618O.2O-Pour.dcr B.L. Armstrong's Common Shell. 

6181. 4O-Pounder B.L. Armstrong's Solid Shot. 

6182. 12-Pounder Whitworth Shrapnel Shell. 

6183. 12-Pounder Whitworth's Solid Shot. 

6184. 64-Pounder R.M.L. Shrapnel Shell. 

6185. Section 9-Pounder Whitworth's Shrapnel Shell. 
6186. -12-Pounder Whitworth's Common Shell. 
6187. Section 64-Pounder R.M.L. Shrapnel Shell. 
6188. Section 7-inch R.M.L. Common ShelF. 

6189. 64-Pounder R.M.L. Common Shell. 

6190. Section 7-inch B.L. Armstrong's Common 

6191. Section 64-Pounder R.M.L. Common Shell. 
6192. 7-inch R.M.L. Grooved Solid Shot. 
6193. 7-inch R.M.L. Studded Solid Shot. 
6194. 7-inch B.L. or M.L. Case Shot. 
6195. -7-inch M.L. Studded Solid Shot. 
6196. 7-inch R.M.L. Hollow-headed Shot. 

6197. A Pair of Light Infantry Brass Wings, period 
about 1800, Regiment unknown. They are believed to 
have been worn both in the Peninsula and Waterloo 
Campaigns. Given by Mrs. Belfield. 


6198. Cannon Ball and Three Buiiets i'roin the Field of 
Bussaco (29th September, 1810). This battle was fought by 
Wellington with 25,000 men, to secure his retreat to Torres 
Vedras. The French, under Massena, who attacked, num- 
bered 40,000, and were repulsed with a loss of 4,500. 
British loss amounted to 1,300 killed and wounded. The 
Cannon Ball was probably fired by a gun belonging to 
Craufurd's Light Division, and was picked up on the posi- 
tion by the Village of Sula. Given by liaphael Reynolds, 
Esq., of Lisbon, through the instrumentality of Professor 
Oman, of Oxford. 

6199. A British 6-Pounder Shot and an early British 
Shrapnel Shell, unexploded (containing 33 bullets), from 
Redinha, which were found in the bed of the river 10 or 12 
yards above the bridge, where the greatest fighting took 
place (12th March, 1811), and over which the French 
retreated.- Given by Raphael Reynolds, Esq. of Lisbon, 
through the instrumentality of Professor Oman, of Oxford. 

6200. A Musket Ball from the Field of Rolica, fought Aug. 17th, 
1808. It was picked up in the gully, Columbeira, assaulted 
by the 29th Regiment, and near the spot where Colonel 
Lake was killed. Given as above. 

62O1. Two Portuguese Silver Coins for 1000 Re is and 500 
Reis, coined in 1910, to commemorate the Centenary of the 
Peninsula War. On the reverse is seen the British lion 
guarding the Arms of Portugal. Given as above, 

62O2. Officer's Memorandum Book, compiled by Col. 

R. Harrison, C.B., R.E. Captain F. W. Lyons, South 
Staffordshire Regiment, had this book in his breast pocket 
when attacking the stockade on the Tumbilina: River, in 
Penang, in 1904. when it was struck by a bullet with no 
worse result to Captain Lyons than a severe bruise on the 
chest. Given by General Sir Richard Harrison, G.C.B. 

6203. -A Painting: in Water Colour by J. A. Atkinson, 
entitled " The Allied Sovereigns Reviewing the Troons in 
Hyde Park," period 1814. Given by Percy Morris, Esq. 

6204. A Painting; in Water Colour by J. A. Atkinson' 
entitled, " Defeat of the French Imperial Guards at Water- 
loo." Mr. J. A. Atkinson was an artist, of Considerable 
merit, who painted military pictures in the early part of 
the last century. Given by Percy Morris, Esq. 

6205. Five Assignats (Paper Money) of 'the French Republic, 
dated 1792, for 50 Livres, 25 Livres, 10 Livres, 5 Livres, 
and 50 Sols. Given by Lieut. -Colonel W. H. M. Jackson. 

62O6. Section 7-inch R.M.L., Double Common Shell. 


6207. Section 7-inch R.M.L Common Shell. 

6208 7-inch R.M.L. Paliiser Shot. 

6209 8-inch R.M.L. Shrapnel Shell. 

621O. -Section 8-inch R.M.L. Common Shell. 

6211. Section 8-inch. R.M.L- Shrapnel Shell. 

6212. 9-inch R.M.L. Paliiser Shot. 

6213. Section 9-inch R.M.L. Paliiser Shot. 

6214,-9-inch R.M.L. Shrapnel Shell. 

6215 Section 9-inch R.M.L. Shrapnel Shell. 

6216. 9-inch R.M.L. Common Shell. 

6217. Section 9-inch R.M.L. Common Shell. 

6218. Section R.M.L. Shrapnel Shell. 

6219. -Brass Cylinder for Cordite Charge 12-pr. Q.F. Gun. 

6220. -Brass Cylinder for Powder Charge 12-pr. Q.F. Gun. 
6221. Brass Cylinder for Powder Charge 6 inch. Q.F. Gun. 
6222. Brass Cylinder for 70-pr. Q.F. Gun (Lorenz Pattern) 
6223. Brass Cylinder for Cordite Charge 6-inch. Q.F. Gun. 
6224. - Brass Cylinder for Powder Charge 4'7 Q.F. Gun. 
6225. Brass Cylinder for Cordite Charge 4-7 Q.F. Gun. 

6226. 12-Pounder Common Shell, B.L. 

6227. 15-Pounder Shrapnel Shell, B.L. 

6228. 3-Pound er Hotchkiss Cartridge and Shell Com- 

6229. 6-Poundcr Hotchkiss Cartridge and Shell Com- 

623O. -4-inch Common Shell B.L. 

6231. 12-Pounder Star Shell, B.L. 

6232. 5-inch Common Shell, B.L. 
6233. 6-inch Shrapnel Shell, B.L. 


6234. 6-inch Armour Piercing Shot, B.L.. after pen* 
trating 9-inch compound plate. 

6235. 8-inch Common Shell, B.L. Weight 180 Ibs. 
6236. 9-inch B.L. Common Shell. Weight 380 Ibs. 
6237-10-inch B.L. Palliser Shot. Weight 500 Ibs. 
6238. 12-inch B.L. Common Shell. Weight 714 Ibs. 
6239. 12-inch B.L. Armour Piercing Shot. Weight 714 Ibs. 
6240. 12-inch B.L. Palliser Projectile. 
6241. -12-inch R.M.L. Case Shot. 
6242. Section of 12-inch B.L. Shrapnel Shell. 
6243. Section of 12-inch B.L. Common Shell. 

6244. 36-inch Mortar Shell. Weight 2,550 Ibs. Presented by 
the Secretary of State for War. 

6245. A Turkish Stone-Shot, dated 1878. and brought from 
the Dardanelles. 

6246 Autograph Letter of General C. G. Gordon (with Sketch) 

to his brother, Sir Henry Gordon, from Sevastopol, during 
the Crimean War, dated 28th February, 1855. Given by 
Colonel L. A. Gordon, C.B. 

6247. A Contemporary Bronze Statuette of Marshal 
Bliicher. Given by Captain J. F. Leigh-Clare. 

6248. The Maharajpoor Star awarded to Sergeant P. F. 
Barnes, 40th Regiment. Given by Captain J. F. Leigh- 

6249. -A Large Fiji War-Club with knobbed head. Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel W. H. M. Jackson, late 81st Foot. 

625O. A Unique "Broadsheet" or "Poster" announcing 
the victory of Trafalgar, 21st October, 1805, giving the 
composition of the Rival Forces, names of ships, com- 
manders, etc., Printed by J. Smeeton, 148, St. Martin's 
Lane, Charing Cross. Given by Messrs. Crichton Bros., 
22, Old Bond Street, W. 

6251. Silver Pass on the Imperial Military Railway, dated 

South Africa, 1900, and used during the Boer War. Given 
by Captain E. W. Denniss, E.E. (T.F.). 


6252. Helmet-plate of the Jamaica Artillery, and is that of St. 
Catherine's Corps, which is one of the oldest Colonial 
Militias. Given by Lieutenant E. B. Macpherson, High- 
land Light Infantry. 

6253.- Pair of Officer's Shoulder Wings of the Light 
Company, 54th Foot, formerly the property of Lieutenant 
E. Morris, who retired from the Regiment in 1842, and 
took Holy Orders. Given by Major E. C. Morris, late, 
2nd Loyal N. Lane. Itegiment. 

6254. -Officer's Belt-Buckle of the 49th Regiment, worn 
previous to 1881. Given by Miss Dickson. 

6255. An Old Spanish Cartridge Belt. Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel W. II. M. Jackson, late 81st Foot. 

6256.-A Sketch of the Battle of the Nile, drawn by 
Lord Nelson with his left hand. Mr. Alexander Stephens, 
his Secretary, certifies the authenticity of the Sketch. 
Given by Mrs. Holland. 

6257. Grape-Shot found in an embankment on the Island of 
Capri and believed to have been one of those used by the 
French in the Siege of the Island. Capri was held by the 
British under Sir Hudson Lowe from 1806 to 1808. In the 
latter year King Murat of Naples sent a force of French 
troops, under General Lamarque, to besiege the Island, and 
took it after 13 days' siege. The loss of the Island was 
attributed to the absence of naval aid and the misconduct 
of the Regiment of Malta. Given by S. P. Whiteford, Esq. 

6258. The Order of the Dporanee Empire (3rd Claes), 
awarded by Shah Shoojah in Cabul, 10th November, 1840, 
to James Atkinson, Esqre., Superintending Surgeon Bengal 
Establishment, as a mark of approbation of his services in 
Afghanistan. Letter from Sir William Macnaughton, 
Envoy and Minister, conferring the Order, and the Royal 
License signed by Queen Victoria on the 4th December, 
1841, to accept and wear the insignia. Given by the Rev. 
Canon J. A. Atkinson. 

6259. An Aquatint Engraving, published by E. Orme, 1805, 
of Constantinople (North View) with H.B.M.'s ships Le 
Tigre and La Bonne Citoyenne, under the command of 
Commodore Sir Sidney Smith, 1799. Given by Lieut. - 
Colonel H. S. Walker. 

626O. Full-length Portrait of Sir Sidney Smith, engraved in 
stipple by Cardon after Eckstein (early state unfinished 
proof) depicting an incident in the defence of Acre. Given 
by L,ieut.-Coi<jnel H. S. Walker. 


6261.- Grenadier's Cap of the 67th Regiment with queue attached 
and horsehair plume. Its date is about 1720. 

6262. Cap Badge of the 37th Regiment, worn by Lieutenant W 
Johnson, who served in the regiment from 1813 to 1830. 
Given by Miss Parker. 

6263.- -Figure Head of II. M.S. Condor, The Condor was a small 
gun vessel of 780 tons displacement, which, in 1882, com- 
manded by Commander Lord Charles Beresford, formed one 
of the fleet in the Mediterranean under the flag of Sir 
Beauchamp Seymour. At the bombardment of Alexandria, 
on the llth July of that year, the Condor greatly distin- 
guished herself, as she for some time engaged single-handed 
the powerful Marabout Fort, the fire from which, owing to 
the flanking position it occupied, was causing considerable 
annoyance to the ships engaged in attacking the Mex Forts. 
So skilfully handled was she by Lord Charles, and so 
accurate was her fire, that the Admiral made the signal 
before all the fleet, " Well done, Condor." On the town 
being occupied after the bombardment, Lord Charles was 
appointed Town Commandant, and so speedily did he 
organise an efficient police force, and so excellent were the 
arrangements he made, that in a very short time law and 
order was completely re-established. Armament of Condor. 
One 4^ ton 7-inch gun (112-pounder) ; two G4 pounders. 
Armament of Fort Marabout. Two 18-ton guns, two 12-tox 
guns, two 10-inch guns, two 9-inch guns, twenty 32-pounden 
and five mortars. Given by Admiral the Itiyht Honble. 
Lord Charles Beresford, G.C.V.O., K.C.B., M.P., LL.D. 

6264. The Railway Station Board from Tel-el-Kebir. which 
was in position during that battle, fought on 13th Sep- 
tember, 1882, when the British, 17,000 strong, attacked 
and stormed Arabi's entrenchments defended by 22,000 
Egyptians. Given by Admiral the Eif/ht Honble. Lord 
Charles Beresford, G.C.V.O., K.C.B., M.P., LL.D. 

6265. Five Miniature Muskets and Stand, of about 1830. 
formerly the property of Field-Marshal H.R.H. the late 
Duke of Cambridge. Deposited by Naval Cadet H.E.H. 
the Prince of Wales. 

6266. -Recruiting: Poster for the Royal Navy, dated 2nd April, 
1795. Given by Mr. William Porter. 

6267. A Line Engraving of ''The Marquis of Wellington. K.B., 
at the Battle of Salamanca." Published by H. S. Minasi, 
1812. Given by Miss Eleanor Lloyd. 

6268. A Water Colour Drawing of " The Blockhouse,'Xorman's 
Cross Barracks, 1809," where French prisoners of war 
were confined ; executed by Captain George Lloyd, 2nd West 
York Militia, in 1809, Given by Miss Eleanor Lloyd. 


Additions to Museum Catalogue. 

3365. Skull of a Sepoy who belonged to the 49th Bengal Native 
Infantry, who was tried by court-martial for the murder of an 
English lady and for mutiny. He was found guilty, and blown away 
from a gun at Sealkote, in the East Indies, on August Hth, 1858 ; 
18 men of the same regiment were executed with him on that day. 
Deposited by Lieut. A H. Brooke, 18th Lancers, LA. 

3366. Volume of Field Exercises and Movements 

published June 1st, 1792, which foimerly be'onged to Lord Nelson 
Lent by the Officers, 2nd Bn. East Surrey It gt. 

3367. -A Volume entit'ed "The British Soldier's Guide" published 
in 1803. Lent by the Officers, 2nd Bn. Ea*t Surrey Regt. 

Hemy, Esq. 

6269. Model Of H.M.S. "Queen," made by Lieutenant Pitt 
Robinson, R.N., commenced in 1810 and completed in 1823. 

027 O. Model Of a 46-Gun Frigate made in bone by a French 
Prisoner of War in the beginning of the 19th century. 

6271. A Nelson Memorial Jug of Liverpool ware and con 
temporary date bearing the inscription " Horatio Nelson, born 
Septr. 29th, 1758; died Octr. 21st, 1805." "Britannia wet ping o'er 
the ashes of her matchless hero, Lord Nelson." On the back of the 
jug are the landlord's cautions to his customer?. Given by Capt. 
J.F. Le>gh- Clare. 

6272. Sword presented to Lieutenant Charles Brand, R.N., by his 
Shipmates of H.M. Sloop "Cygnet," on April 22nd, 1823, with the 
following address: "I am requested in the name of the ship's 
company of H.M. Sloop 'Cygnet,' to present you with this sword, 
as a small though sincere token of their esteem and regard for your 
upright and officer-like conduct in the ' Cygnet,' as well as for your 
perseverance and humanity, some time since, in saving the lives of 
four shipwrecked sailors off Beachey Head, and supporting t hem out of 
3 our own purse till their recovery. We pride ourselves that you will 
wear this sword with credit to your country and with satisfaction to 
yourself, and that you may speedily have an epaulette on your 
larboard shoulder as well as on your starboard one is their fervent 
wish. You will please to pardon the homely terms of this address, 
as coming from a class of His Majesty's subjects who are always more 
ready to act than to speak, where either the honour ot their country 


or their profession is the theme. It is an additional pleasure to me 
to have this opportunity of adding my own accordance in the senti- 
ments and wishes of my shipmates on the eve of separating." 
Charles Brand joined the Navy in 1910, and retired in 1825, and saw 
much active service in various parts of the world. Given by Captain 
J, F, Leigh- Clare 

6273. Relics from the fire of the Tower of London, 

Oct. 30th, 1847. 

6275. An Oriental Dress Scimitar inlaid with gold on the 
hilt, blade and scabbard. Given by CummanHer C. R. Lorn, late 
Indian Navy. (Formerly Asst. Se.cry. and Librarian, R.U.S.I.~) 

6276. - Dervish Emir's parti-coloured silk quilted Jibba. Girenby 
the Exors. of the late Capt. C. S. Cottinyham, Manchester Reyt. 

6277. Dervish cotton quilted head-piece. Given by the E.vors. of 
the late Capt. C. 8. Cottinffham, Manchester Refft. 

6278. Dervish camel bit and head-piece of Native workmanship. 
Given by the Exors. of the late Capt. C.' S. Cottinffham, Manches- 
ter Refft. 

6279. Dervish camel neck ornament of Courie Shells mounted on 
plaited leather. Given by the Exors. of the late Capt. C. S. Cot- 
tingham, Manchester Refft. 

628O. Shoulder Plate of the colour belt of the 25th Eegiment of 
Bombay Native Infantry, now the 125Mi Napier's Rifles I.A. It 
was in use during the Indian Mu iny. Given by Col. W. Plomer, 
late 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers. 

6281.- Shoulder Belt Plate of the First Infantry Brigade, bearing 
the mottoes " Moharaja" and " Aligabaht," and i-upposed to be that 
of an Indian Native Contingent p evious to the annexation of the 
Punjab. Given by Col. W. Plomer, late tft\\ Royal Irish Fusiliers. 

6282. Helmet Plate of the King's (Liverpool Regiment). Given by 
Col. W. Plomer, late 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers. 

6283. Telescope, with Gun-Stock Holder, made for the late Field- 
Marshal Lord Kaglan, and used by him during the Crimean War, 
1854-56. The Holder was made to enable him to use the Telescope 
without support, as he had only one arm, having lost the other at the 
Battle of Waterloo. Given by E. C. Legyatt, E^. 


6284. Six Engravings, being representations of the most consider- 
ab'e actions in the siege of a place. The various actions presented 
in th'fflt 5 prints are take i from one of the Sieges of Barcelona, views 
of which place are exhibited in them, published in 1794. 

6285. A Water-Colour Sketch entitled ' Earl of Howe's deci-ive 
victory over the French Fleet, on June ls>t, 1794." 

6286. An Engraving of tho Battle of Trafalgar, showing the Victory 
breaking the line, from the picture painted for His Majesty King 
William IV., by U. .1. Hnggmp. Gf-icen by Major O. Diane, R>yal 


6287. Portuguese Silver Medal to commemorate the First 
Centenary of the Peninsula War. On the obverse is a winged figure 
of Victory sounding a trumpet, and bearing a palm-leaf with the 
royal arms of Portugal at the base. On the reverse, an action in the 
war is represented, and is dominated by a Figure of War leading on 
the allied troops, while the wounded are being succoured and carried 
from the field, and bearing the inscription in Portuguese : " To the 
Valour and Patriotism of the Portuguese People and Army, 
1808-1814." Oiven by Genera' J. C. Rodriguez da C'osta, of the 
Portuguese Ministry of War, and President of the Committee of the 
Peninsula War Centenary. 

6288. French Cannon Ball fired at the Siege of Badajoz, 
unearthed some 60 years ago 50 yards to the West of the Picurina. 
The Siege of Badajoz lasted from March 17th to April 5th, 1812, 
on which latter date it was taken by assault by the British. The 
total British losses during the siege exceeded 5,000. Givtn by 
Raphael Reynolds, Esq. 

6289. A Portrait in Oils of His late Majesty King Edward VII. 
executed in 1905. The picture was submitted to His Majesty, who 
expressed his approval of the likeness Painted and presented by 
Mr. Wilfrid B. Eg an. 

629O.-A Line Engraving by M. Vandergucht, from the painting 
by J. Saylmaker. entitled '' Gloria Britannia? or the Royal Prince, 
built by Sir Finn Pett, at Chatham." The .Royal Prince was built 
in 1610, and was then the largest ship in the British Navy. 

6291. Coattee of the East Norfolk Militia, 1854. Giren by Colonel 
C. Haggard. 

6292. -Shako with plate and chain of the East Norfolk Militia, 1854" 
The shako is that which was known as Prince Albert's pattern. 
Given by Colonel C. Haggard. 


6293. -Buff Shoulder Belt and Plate of the East Norfolk Militia 
1854. Given by Colonel C. Haggard. 

6294. An Engraving entitled il A View of His Majesty's Royal Ship' 
The Sovereign of the Seas," built in the year 1637. Captain Puineas 
Pttt, Supervisor, and Peter Pett, his Son, Master Builder. Given 
by Captain Thomas White, R.N. 

6295. Proof Engraving showirgthe arrival at St. Paul's Cathedral 
of Queen Victoria, on the occasion of her Diamond Jubilee, 1897. 

6296. A Naval Officer's Sword of about 1780. Given by Lt.- 
Col. W. H. M. Jackson, late 81st Regiment. 

6297. Model of a Venetian Galley of the 17th century period, which 
originally came from the Giustiniani Palace in Venice. Giren by 
R. Howard Krauxe, Esq. 

6298. -An Infantry Officer's Sword with brass hilt of about 
1825, and bearing the initials of King George IV. Given by Lt.- 
Col. W. H. M. Jackson, late 81st Regiment. 

6299 to 63O5. Uniform of the Cinque Ports Volunteers of 1803, 
consisting of Coatte, Trousers, Silk Sash, Gorget, white buff leather 
Sboulder-l>lt and Badge, 'and one Epaulette, which formerly be- 
longed to John Baker Sladen (J.P. and D.L., of Ripple Court, Kent). 
Mr. William Pitt, was the Co onel of this Regiment. Given by 
Douglas Sladen, Esq. 

6306. A Russian Helmet Plate of the 94th Regiment, and a 
Manuscript Document in Russian, picked up on the taking of Sevas- 
topol, in 1856, by Lieut. E. J. Hughe* Preston of the Naval Trans- 
port Service. Given by Colonel S. Hughes Preston, M.S.C. 

6307 and 6308. Flags of the Transvaal Republic and Orange Free 
State, found in the Public Offices at Uloemfontein,on the occupatif n 
of that place in 1900. Giren by Major-General Sir George Prety 
man, K.C.M.G.,C.B. 

63O9. An Engraving entitled "A View of the Volunteer Army of 
Great Britain in the year 1806," designed to commemorate the great 
and united spirit of the British people. Below is a list of each Vol- 
unteer Corps in the United Kingdom, showing their Numbers and 
Commanding Officer, and there is also a diagram divided into sections 
descriptive of the Uniform worn by each unit. 


6310. A Five-pointed Silver Star bearing the initials "R.G.S.," 
and the inscription "Emin Relief Expedition, 1887-9." This Ex- 
pedition was commanded by Mr. H. M. Stanley, to whom the Royal 
Geographical Society presented a special Gold Medal, bronze copies 
of which being given to the European Officers. To the Coloured 
Followers wns presented a Silver Star, of which this exhibit is one. 
Given by Capt. J. de M. Hutchinson, C. V.O., C.M.G., R.N. 

6311. An Abyssinian Key or Priest's Badge of Office which was 
obtained by the late Col. E. J. Lugard, 4th King's Own Royal Lan- 
caster Regt., from a Piiest, at a farewell Conference which Sir Robert 
Napitr held with the Abyssinian Chiefs at Senafe, at the conclusion 
of the Abyssinian War in 1868. It is of wrought iron ; the Maltese 
C.-oss at the end being of fine workmanship. Given by the late 
Col. E. J. Luyard, per Mrs. E. J. Luyard. 

6312. Piece of the 'Victory's' Jack used at the Battle of 
'Jrafalgar. Given by C. >ack, Esq., Curator, Peterborough Museum. 
It was originally given to his Grandmother by a sailor who was on 
the " Victory" at the Battle of Trafalgar. 

6313. Piece Of a Colour carried at the Battle of Waterloo. Given 
by C. Dack, Esq., Curator, Pet rborough Museum. 

6314. A Pistol Shield, biing one of the Eighty which- were con- 
structed for King Henry VIII. There is a small grating through 
which to observe the adversary. The pistol is breach-loading, and 
of curious construction, and is discharged by a match. It is the only 
instance met with of a match-lock pistol. 

6315. Frame containing 48 Caricatures in colour*. Exe- 
cuted in France about I860, of the various Uniforms of the Armies 
of the World. Giren by Lt.-Col. A. H. M. Jackson, lateSlst ~Regt. 

6316. -Embroidered Collar, Cuff, and Tail-pieces of 

Coatte of the Hoyal Westminster Regiment of Middlesex Militia, 
1851. Royal Regiments had the privilege of wearing embroidery in 
place of lace. Given by Col. C. Haggard. 

6317. A French Heavy Cavalry Sword with straight blade, 
marked " Imperial du Klinfieuthal, Novembre, 1811." Klingeuthal 
(Valley of Sword-blades) is in Saxony. Napoleon I. obtained swords 
from this district. The length of the Sword is 44 inches, the hilt is 
of brass, and is 6 inches in length. Given by Lt.-Col. W. H. M. 
Jackson, late Slst Reyt. 

6318. A Print in Colours from a picture painted by Major T. St. Clair, 
engraved by C. Turner, and published by Colnaghi, 1812, en- 
titled ' The fording of the River Mondego by the Allied Army on 
Sept. 21st 1810." 


6319. A Print hi Colours from a picture painf el by Major T. St. Clair. 
engraved by C. Turner, and published by Colnaghi, 1812, entitled 
"Badajos during the Siege of 1811." 

6320. -A Print in Colours from a picture painted by Major T. St. Clair, 
engraved by C. Turner, and published by Colnaghi, 1815, entitled 
" Serro de Busacco, 27th Sept., 1810, showing the 88th British and 
8th Portuguese Eegiments engaging the French." 

6321. A Print in Colours from a picture painted by Major T. St. Clair, 
engraved by C. Turner, and published by Colnaghi, 1815, uititled 
"Serro de Estrello on de Nive, the march of baggage following the 
Army, May 16th, 1811." 

6322. Piece of a timber of S.S. " Beaver," the first Steamer to double 
Cape Horn and ply the waters of the Pacific. She was built at 
Blaokwall in 1834, and wiecked off Furlough Island. British Columbia, 
in 1838. -Given by Mrs. Mellon. 

6323. Marble Inkstand of early 19th Century make, the centre 
brass bears the name "Nelson" with the date of his birth and death, 
and the Admiralty bartpe ; on one ink bottle is engraved the Arms of 
the City of London, with the word " Egypt"; on the other a crest 
(unknown) and the word "Trafalgar." Given by Roijle F. Bristowe, 

6324. Officer's Belt Plate of the 81 st Regiment of about 1850. 
Given by Mrs. D. E. Browne. 

6325. Key Bugle of the Royal South Gloucester Militia, early 19th 
Century. Gicen by Colonel W. P. Surges and the Officers '3rd Bn. 
Gloucest- r shire Regiment. 

6326. A Persian iron Mace with fluted h> ad and damascened with 
brass. Given bij Lieut. -Colonel A. H. M. Jackson,late8\st Reyt. 

6327. Shako with black Cock's Feathor Plume of the Light Horse 
Volunteer Cavalry of about 1820. Given by Mrs. F. E. Clarke. 

6328. A Scarlet Pelisse with silver lare and buttons of Light Horse 
Cavalry about 1820. Given by Mrs. F. E. Clarke. 

6329. A Line Engraving published by Colnaghi & Co. in 1813, 
drawn H. L'Eveque. and engraved by Charles Heath, entitled "The 
Siege of Badajos." 


6230. A Print in Colours by Dubourg, from a painting by J. H. Clark, 
and published by Edward Orme in 1817, of "The Field of Waterloo at 
it appeared after the memorable Battle of 18th June. 1815." 

6331. An Aquatint by R. Reeve from the drawing of W. Heath, of 
the ' Battle of Waterloo, June 18th, 1815," published in 1816. 

6332. An Infantry Bugle of 2nd King's African Rifles. 

This Bugle was carried at the Action of Gumburru, Somali- 
land, on April 17th, 1903 ? and was then captured by the 
Mullah's people, the British Force being practically anni- 
hilated. At the action of Jidballi, on January llth, 1904, 
the Mullah was defeated by General Egerton, and the Bugle 
was retaken. Colonel Plunkett was the officer in command 
at Gumburru. Presented by Lieut. -Colon el E. H. Llewellyn 
and the Officers of 2nd King's African Rifles. 

6333. A Case containing 11 Medals of the native Non-Commissioned 
Officers of the 2nd Battalion King's African Rifles, who were killed 
in action in the Somaliland Campaign, 1902-Oi. Presented by Lieut.- 
Colonel E. H. Lleiwlli/n and the Officers of the 2nd Kiit-g's African 

6334. A Marble Bust of the late Miss Florence 
Nightingale, executed by John Steell in 18<>2 ; subscribed for 
and presented by the Non-Commissioned Officers and Men 
of the British Army. Given by the Executors of the late* 
Miss Florence Nightingale. 

6335. A Gold Enamelled Brooch, bearing the monogram of 
Queen Victoria in diamonds and 3 stars in diamonds, 
with the inscription, "Blessed are the Merciful," and 
below on a scroll, "Crimea." On the back is engraved, 
" To Miss Florence Nightingale, as a mark of esteem 
and gratitude for her devotion towards the Queen's brave 
Soldiers," from Victoria R., 1855. Given by the Executors 
of the late Miss Florence Nightingale. 

6336. A Magnificent Diamond Bracelet, presented by the 
Sultan of Turkey to Miss Florence Nipntingale in 1856. 
Given by the Executors of the late Miss Florence Night* 

6337. The Insignia of the prder of Merit (Civil , 

bestowed on Miss Florence Nightingale by King Edward 
VII. Given by the Executors of the late Miss Florence 


6338. The German Order of the Cross of Merit, which 
was founded in 1871 by the Emperor William I., and pre- 
sented by him to Miss Florence Nightingale. Given by the 
Executors of the late Miss Florence Nightingale. 

6339. The Cross of the Order of St. John of Jeru- 
salem (England), bestowed on Miss Florence Nightingale 
in 1904. Given by the Executors of the late Miss Florence 

6340-1. The Bronze Cross (in duplicate) of the 
Societe Francaise de Se sours aux Blesses des 
Armees de Terre et de Mer, 187O-71, with Ribbon?, 
presented to Miss Florence Nightingale. Given by the Exe- 
cutors of the late Miss Florence Nightingale. 

6342. The Cross and Ribbon of the Order of the Red 
Cross, dated 1883, bestowed on Miss Florence Nightingale. 
Given by the Executors of the late Miss Florence Night- 

9343. The French Gold Medal of Secours Aux 
Blesses Militaires, presented to Miss Florence Nightingale 
at the International Conference, held at the Exhibition in 
Paris in 1867. -Given by the Executors of the late Miss 
Florence Nightingale. 

6344. The Badge of Honour of the Norwegian Red 
Cross Society, presented to Miss Florence Nightingale, on 
May 10th, 1910 Given by the Executors of the late Miss 
Florence Nightingale. 

6345. -A large Metal Brooch, with the inscription "Blessed 
are the Merciful," with a representation of Miss Florence 
Nightingale in a Military Hospital, made by Waterhouse 
& Co., of Dublin (history unknown). Given by the Executors 
of the late Miss Florence Nightingale. 

6346. A Portuguese Light Cavalry Sword picked up on 

the Field of Albuera (fought May 16th, 1811). It was 
given to the donor by the present owner of the land on 
which the battle was fought. Given by Raphael Reynolds 

6347. A Spanish Cavalry Officer's Sword of the period of 
tfie Peninsula War, and believed to have been used in 
that campaign ; the hilt is damaged. Found as above. 
Given by Raphael Reynolds, Esq. 


6348. A Spanish Officer's Sword bearing the monogram of 
King Joseph (Bonaparte), and is believed to have been pre- 
sented by him. The hilt is of curious construction, being 
hinged, BO as to form when open a basket hilt, and is 
finely gilded. Given by Raphael Reynolds, Esq. 

6349. -A Portuguese Sword of a sergeant of artillery of the 
period of the Peninsula War. Given by Raphael Reynolds 

635O. A Portuguese Infantry Officer's Sword of the early 
19th century. The handle is of wood, and the hilt of 
brass embossed. Given by Raphael Reynolds, Esq. 

6351. A Coloured Lithograph Engraving of " Sevastopol 
from the Malakoff after the Siege," from the drawing by 
Capt E. S. Jervoise, 7th Royal Fusiliers, published by Day 
& Son. March 20th, 1856. .Given by the Executors of the 
late Miss Florence Nightingale. 

6352. A Bronze St. George Figure found on the body of a 
Russian soldier after the Battle of Inkerman by Private 
Lemon. Given by C. R. ~B. 'Barrett, Esq. 

6353. - Model Of a 12-5-inch 38-ton R.M.L. (Rifle 
Muzzle Loading) Gun ; length ot bore (including chamber). 
16 feet, 6 inches ; Rifling (Woolwich System), 9 grooves 
with twist increasing from to 1 in 35 calibres ; Weight 
of projectile, 820 Ibs., Weight of charge, 210 Ibs., Pebble 
Powder; Muzzle velocity, 1,575 foot-seconds; Muzzle energy, 
13,930 foot-tons; extreme range, about 4 miles. Date, 1874. 
These Guns were constructed on what was known as the 
"Woolwich' or "Fraser" System, first officially introduced 
for the construction of heavy guns in 1865, but which was 
merely an improvement on the system of gun construction 
invented by the late Sir William (afterwards Lord) Arm- 
strong some ten years previously. This method of con- 
struction consisted in the shrinking on round an inner 
steel tube, which formed the bore 3 of four or more jackets 
formed from the welding together of wrought-iron coils. 
The advantage of jfche system was that in the event of the 
inner steel tube bursting, as in the early days of the use 
of steel for heavy gun tubes often happened, the covering 
wrought-iron jackets being more elastic than the stec) 
prevented the effects of the bursting having disastrous con 
sequences. This method of construction remained in force 
until 1881, when breech-loading guns were definitely 
adopted, which from that time have been made entirely of 
steel. The present 12-inch guns are said to have an ex- 
treme range of 15 miles. Bequeathed by the late Lord 
Edward Spencer Churchill (late Captain " Isle of Wight 
'Artillery Militia 9 ). 


8354. Model of a 10-iuch 18-ton E.M.L. (Rifle Muzzle loading') Gun ; 
length of bore (uucharabered), 12 feet, 6 inches ; Rifling (Woolwich 
System), 7 grooves, spiral increasing from 1 in 100 to 1 in 40 calibres ; 
Weight of Projectile, 406 Ibs., Weight of charge, 70 Ibs., Pebble 
Powder ; Muzzle Velocity, 1,379 foot seconds ; Muzzle Energy, 5,356 
foot-tons ; extreme range about 3 miles. Date, 1867-68. Constructed 
on the "Woolwich" or "Fraser" System, described briefly on 
Exhibit 6353. Bequeathed by the late Lord 'Edward Spencer 
Churchill (late Captain "Isle of Wight Artillery Militia"). 

6355. Model of a 7-inch R.B.L. (Rifle breech Loading) 
Armstrong HO-pounder Gun. Length of barre 
(including; Powder and Shot Chambers), 10 feet, 4 inches ; 
Rifling (Polygroove), Uniform 1 turn in 37 calibres; Weight 
of Projectile, 110 Ibs. ; Weight of Charge, 10 Ibs, R.L.G. 
(Rifle Large Grain) Powder ; Mounting, wood carriage on 
traversing slide : Range (extreme), about 3 miles. Date, 
1861. The so-called Armstrong guns were the invention 
of the late Sir William (afterwards Lord) Armstrong, and 
were the first breech-loading rifled guns produced in Eng- 
land. They were first issued for service in 1860, there being 
six natures, viz., the 7-inch 110-pounder, described above; 
40-pounder, 20-pounder, 12, 9, and 6-pounders. As the 
result of a number of serious mishaps with the 40-pounder 
guns at the bombardment of Kagosima on the 15th August, 
1863. by the English Fleet under Sir L. Kuper, when a 
number of the breech-blocks were blown out. with fatal 
results, the issue and .manufacture of the larger types of guns was discontinued ; the use of the 20-pounder 
and smaller types of these guns as field and anti-torpedo 
boat guns was continued for some twenty years or more 
later. Beaueathed "by the late Lord "Edward f\vcnrrr 
Cliurchill (late Captain, "Isle of Wight Artillery Militia"). 

6356. Model of an Experimental R. M. L. Gun (Coast Defence) moun- 
ted on a double bogey carriaee running on rails, with inclined plane 
to check recoil, used at Shoeburyneas about 1S75 for testing armour 
plates. The pun wa rifled with 10 grooves, and fitted with a curious 
elevatins system. BeaueatJied bu the late Lord Edward Spencer 
Churchill (late Captain, " Isle of Wir/ht Artillery Militia "}. 

6357-6360. 16 Engravings illustrative of Captain James Cook's 
voyages, from paintings by A. Hodges, and published in 1777 by 
W. Strauban. Given by Sir Georr/e Duckett, Bart. 

6361. -Officer's Shako Plate, 17th Foot, worn from 1871 to 1878. 
Given by Capt. H. M. McChance, late Royal Scots. 

6362. Soldier's Shako Plate, 17th Foot, worn from 1871 to 
1878. Gicvn by Lieut.- Colonel E. A. H. Webb, late 17th Foot. 


6363. Cap Badge of the 68th Light Infantry, worn previous to 
1881. Giren by Capt. F. G. Mangham, Durham Light Infantry. 

6364. Medal struck in Portugal, commemorating the erection of the 
Bussaco Memorial Column by the Portuguese in \873.-Girenby 
P.ofessor C. W. C. Oman, M.A., F.S.A. 

6365. Sword worn by Field-Marshal His Grace the 
Duke Of Wellington at the most memorable of his victoiies, 
and presented by him to the Museum in 1837. Given by 
Field-Marshal His Grace the Duke of Wellington. 

6366. An Oil Painting of the Battle of Trafalgar, and believed t > 
be one of Stanfield's studies for his famous picture now in the United 
Service Club. 

6367. A Line Engraving of Prince Eugene of Savoy, from the 
picture by Jacques yon Schuppen, and engraved by B. 
Plckardt in 1722. Given by Lieut. -Colon el A. Leetham. 

6368-6372. Uniform of the 13th Light Drjgoons, formerly the 
property of Private W. SeweJl, and worn by him at the 
Light Brigade charge at Balaclava, October 25th, 1854. 

5373. Five Topographical Aquatints of the Field of 
Waterloo, published in 1816, from the drawings of Mr. 
S. Wharton: 

(1) La belle Alliance. 

(2) View of the situation and wood of the Chateau 


(3) North side of the Chateau Goumont. 

(4) View of the Farm of La Haye Sainte. 

(5) Entrance to the Farm of La Haye Sainte. 

6374. Portrait of Captain Lord Cochrane, afterwar.1* 
Admiral, 10th Earl of Dundonald, G.C.B., a distinguished 
naval officer, who, entering the Navy in 1792, rose rapidly 
in his profession. While still serving, he was elected M.P. 
for Westminster in 1807, where he distinguished himself 
for his bitter attack on Lord Gambler for his failure to 
destroy the French Fleet in Aix Roads in April, 1809. 
which led to tl;at officer's trial by court martial and 
acquittal. In 1814 Cochrane was expelled from tne House 
of Commons, dismissed from the Navy, and sentenced to a 
heavy fine and imprisonment for his supposed complicity 


in the De Berenger frauds, although his innocence was 
afterwards completely established. In 1817 he accepted 
the offer of the Chilian Government, then fighting for its 
independence with Spain, to organise and command the 
Chilian Fleet, ia task which he accomplished with brilliant 
success, taking a leading part in the war. Later he 
performed a similar service for Peru, Brazil, and Greece. 
In 1831 he succeeded to the title, and in 1832 he was 
reinstated in the Navy as a Rear-Admiral, and restored to 
the Order of the Bath, receiving the Grand Cross in 
1847. After holding the command in North America, he 
died in 1861. 

6375-6. -The Colours of tlie 2n'l hat tali. >n 54th (West Nor foil.) 
Regiment. The Battalion was raised in Ireland in 1800, 
and saw active service in Egypt, being present at the 
famous Battle of Alexandria and the capture of Fort Mara- 
bout. It was disbanded at Gibraltar in 1802. Given by 
Mrs. Hughes. 

6377. -A Portrait in Oils of Admiral Michael Adrian de Ruyter, 
painted by Ferdinand Boll, a pupil of Rembrandt. Admiral 
de Ruyter was born at Flushing in 1607, and went to sea. 
at the a,ge of 11. In 1636 the merchants of Flushing en- 
trusted him with the command of a war vessel for employ- 
ment against French pirates. Four years later he entered 
tEe service of the States, and distinguished himself in an 
action off Cape St. Vincent on November 3rd, 1641. At 
tEe outbreak of war with England in 1652 he was 2nd in 
command to Admiral Trqnip, and in the three battles that 
followed showed great skill and bravery. He reduced the 
Algerine Corsairs to submission, and in 1665 took command 
of a. large fleet, organized for war against England. After 
considerable fighting off the North Foreland he compelled 
the English to take refuge in the Thames. In 1672 he 
fought a drawn battle with the combined fleets of England 
and France in Southwold or Sole Bay (June 7th). He 
was killed at the Battle of Messina (Anvil 21st, 1672), and 
was buried at Amsterdam, where a magnificent monument 
to his memory was erected at the command of the States 
General. The King of Spain invested de Ruyter with the 
dignitary of duke, but the patent did not reach his fleet 
until after his death. 

6378. Model Of H.M.S. " Captain." Tl is vessel was designed 

by Captain Cowper Phipps Coles, C.B.. R.N.. assisted by 
Messrs. Laird, of Birkenhead, by whom she was built 
in 1869, and was a low freeboard turret-ship, so con- 
structed with a view to her presenting as small a target 
as possible to an enemy. Unfortunately, when completed, 
sfie had only 6 feet 8 inches of freeboard, instead of 8 feet 


6 inches originally intended; moreover, she wag heavily 
rigged, her lower masts being on the tripod principle. 
When cruising with the Channel Fleet under Admiral Sir 
Alexander Milne, K.C.B., she, on the night of Septem- 
ber 6th, 1870, when under sail in a south westerly gale off 
Cape Finistorre, capsized during a fierce squall, and went 
to the bottom, only eighteen members of her crew being 
saved. Among the 475 persons who perished, were Cap- 
tain Hugh Talbot Burgoyne, V.C., R.N., Captain Coles, 
her designer, and a son of the then First Lord of the Ad- 
miralty. The dimensions of the ship are given on the 

6379-80. A set of Coloured Plates of costume of the Royal 
Navy and Marines, by C. H. Martin, published by An- 
drews & Co., in 1835, as follows: 

(1) Portrait of His Majesty, King William IV. 

(2) Lieutenants. 

(3) Midshipmen . 

(4) Flag officers. 

(5) Captains. 

(6) Surgeons. 

(7) Pursers and Captain's Clerk. 

(8) Captain, Flag-officer and Commander (undress). 

(9) Masters. 

(10) Gunners, Boatswains, and Carpenters. 

(11) Mates. 

(12) Master of the Fleet and Physicians. 

(13) Volunteers of the 1st and 2nd class. 

(14) Royal Marine's (Subalterns), 2nd Lieutenant carry- 

ing divisional colours. 

(15) Royal Marine Artillery (Officers). 

(16) Royal Marines (Field Officers). 

6381. Model in silver of the Brazilian Battleship 
"MinaS GeraeS." The Brazilian first-class battleship, ' Minas 
Geraes " is of the " Dreadnought" type, and was built by 
Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd., at their 
Elswick works, Newcastle-on-Tyne. She was laid down 
in 1907, and completed early in 1910. She is 530 feet Jong, 
83 feet broad, has a maximum draught of 28 feet, and dis- 
places 21,200 tons. She has twin screws; her machinery 
was constructed by Messrs. Vickers, Ltd., and her boilers 
by Messrs. Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd., the intention being to 
develop 23,500 horse-power with forced draught, estimated 
to give her a speed of 21 knots per hour. However, during 


her trials she attained a maximum of 22.29 knots per hour. 
In addition to oil fuel, she has a total coal capacity of 
2,350 tons, and her steaming radius at ten knots is 10,000 
miles. Her armament consists of twelve 12-inch 50-calibre 
guns, twenty-two 4.7 in. guns, and eight 3-pounders; she is 
protected by Krupp armour, the main belt being 9 ins. 
thick; and she carries a complement of 900 men. This 
silver model of the vessel was presented by the builders to 
H.M. the Queen. Deposited by H.M. the Queen. 

6382. -A Pastel Portrait bv J. Russell, E.A., of Cornet William 
Berners, Light Horse Volunteers of London and Westmin- 
ster, executed in 1797. Given by W. T. Berners, Esq. 

6383. Coloured Engraving of the Loyal Associated Volunteer 
Corps of the City of Westminster, published in 1799, by 
Schiavonitti, after R. K. Porter, and engraved by M. 
Place. Given by W. T. Berners, Esq. 

6384. - Coloured Engraving of the Loyal Associated Ward and 
Volunteer Corps of the City of London, published in 1799 
by Messrs. Schiavonitti, after R. K. Porter, and engraved 
by M. Place. Given by W. T. Berners, Esq. 


Additions to Museum Catalogue. 

These Exhibits are not included in the present Index. 

337O. Light Company Sword of the Wigan Infantry 
Volunteers, 1803, bearing the name of Lieutenant Thomas 
Lowe. Deposited by Miss E. Low-Ashton. 

3371. Coattee of the East Kent Militia, 1850. Deposited by Major 
H. D. Hirst, 3rd Bn. The Buffs. 

3373. Remnants of the Regimental Colour of the 
33rd Regt. (The Duke of Wellington's), together with the 
Tassels, Pole-heads and Shoes which were carried at the 
Battles of Quatre-Bras and Waterloo in 1815. They became 
the property of Lieut.-Colonel J. M. Harty, K.JH. De- 
posited by Miss Vickers. 

3374. A French Officer's Tri-coloured Cockade taken 
at Waterloo and formerly the property of Lieut.-Colonel 
J. M. Harty, 33rd Regiment. Deposited by Miss Vickers. 

3375.-A Pair of Officer's Pistols with Flint-locks picked up 
on the battlefield of Waterloo, formerly the property of 
Lieut.-Colonel J. M. Harty. Deposited by Miss Vickers. 

337 6. -Autograph Letter of P.M. the Duke of 
Wellington written to the late Lt.-Col. J. M. Harty, relative to 
the request that the 33rd Regiment should be called the 
Duke of Wellington's Regiment. Deposited by Miss 

3377. Small Writing Table bearing the following inscription: 
"Sevastopol, Sept. 10th, 1855." The Table was presented 
to Her late Majesty Queen Victoria, and is believed to 
be the one on which the Armistice with Russia was signed 
by the Allies after the fall of Sevastopol on 9th September, 
1855. Deposited by His Majesty King George V. 

3378. A Boer Shell. On the Stand is the following inscription : 
"To His Majesty King Edward VII., Colonel-in-Chief, 
Imperial Yeomanry. This shell, made in Johannesburg by 
the Boers, was found on a R.F.A. gun which had been 
taken by the enemy at Coknso, and was retaken by the 
1st Brigade, Imperial Yeomanry, from the commando of 
Commandant de Beers at an action at Rooival, Transvaal, 
S. Africa, on 19th September, 1900. Chesham, Brigadier- 
General, commanding 1st Brigade Imperial Yeomanry." 
Deposited by His Majesty King George V. 

3379. Colt's Belt Revolver, -31 Calibre, Muzzle loading, with 6 
chambers, date about 1860. Deposited by W. W. Fry, Esq. 

338O. Kerr's Revolver, 54 gauge, 5 chambers, Muzzle loading, 
date about I860. Deposited by W. W. Fry, Esq. 


3381. The Maf eking Postage Stamp, dated April 13th- 
1900. Deposited by Attendant T. E. Simpson, late Black 

3382. Model of H.M.S. "Queen Mary," 1st Class Battle 

Cruiser. The measurements and armament are described 
on the Model. She was launched on 20th March, 1912. 
The Model was presented by the builders, Messrs. Palmer's 
Shipbuilding & Iron Co., Ltd., Jarrow, to Her Majesty 
The Queen, who has deposited it in this Museum. The 
Model is 14 ft. 4 in. long and at the scale of 1 in. to 4 ft. 
Deposited by Her Majesty The Queen. 

3383. Guidon of the Wollaton Troop of the Nottinghamshire 
Gentlemen Yeomanry Cavalry bearing the cypher of King 
George III. and the motto " Our God, Our Country and 
Our King. The Guidons, of which this is one, were 
presented to the regiment in 1795. Deposited by Colonel 
C. W. Trotter, S. Notts Hussars. 

3384. Guidon of the Wollaton Troop, South Nottinghamshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry, bearing a cypher of Queen Victoria and 
the motto " Honeste Audax." Deposited by Colonel C. W. 
Trotter, S. Notts Hussars. 

3385. -Officer's Shako of the 1st Durham Militia, 1852. 
Deposited by Lieutenant G. C. Darwall, Royal Canadian 

3386. -Collection of Naval and Military Medals 

containing 189 Medals and Decorations, including 1 Victoria 
Cross. Deposited by D. Hastings Irwin, Esq. 

3387. Case containing 6 Cavalry Sab retasc ties, 

viz : 

8th Hussars. 

llth Hussars. 

13th Hussars. 

14th Hussars. 

loth Hussars. 

20th Hussars. 

and 10 Shoulder Belt Plates. Deposited by D. Hastings 
Irwin, Esq. 

3388.- Case containing 2 Sabretasches, 3rd Hussars and 
21st Hussars, 43 Shoulder Belt Plates and 2 Gorgets. 
Deposited by D. Hastings Irwin, Esq. 

3389.- Case containing 6 Sabretasches, viz: 
4th Hussars. 
7th Hussars. 
10th Hussars. 
18th Hussars. 
19th Hussars, 
and Royal Horse Artillery, 

and 7 Shoulder Belt Plates. Deposited by D. Hastings 
Irwin, Esq. 


3390. A Painting in Water Colours, by 0. Norie, of an Officer and 
Trumpeter of the 1st Life Guards. Deposited by D. 
Hastings Irwin, Esq. 

3391. A Painting in Water Colours of the 12th Lancers, by 
R. Simpkin. Deposited by D. Hastings lrw-in, Esq. 

3392. -Baton of the Admiral-of-the-Fleet William Peere Williams- 
Freeman (born 1742; died 1832). This officer was promoted 
to the high rank of Admiral of the Fleet on the 28th June, 
1830, three days after the accession of William IV., the King 
then sending him, as a special compliment, this baton, which 
had been presented to himself by George IV. After 
Williams-Freeman's death, his grandson applied to know 
the King's pleasure as to the return of the baton. The 
King desired that it should be retained by the family as " a 
memorial of the late Admiral's long services and the high 
professional rank he had attained, and in proof of the 
estimation in which his character was held by his Sovereign 
and brother officers." 

Among other Admirals of the Fleet who have possessed 
batons (apparently always the personal gift of the 
Sovereign) were the Duke of Clarence (afterwards William 
IV.), 1820 A ; the Earl of St. Vincent (to whom George IV. 
sent a baton with heavy gold mountings), 1821 ; Lord 
Gambier, 1832; and the Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha 
(Duke of Edinburgh), who received a baton from Queen 
Victoria on the 22nd June ? 1897, upon the occasion of her 
Diamond Jubilee. Deposited by Rev. L. P. Williams- 

3395. (a) The Gold Medal (General Officer's) of the Peninsular 
War for the Battle of Albuhera, awarded to Major-General 
Sir W. Parker Carrol, K.C.H., C.B., who served with great 
distinction in Holland, Buenos Ayres, and throughout the 
Peninsular War. 

(b) Bronze Medal struck in 1809 to commemorate the War 
services of Major-General Sir W. P. Carrol, K.C.H., C.B. 

(c) A Bronze Box in the form of a Medal; on the obverse is 
the head of the Duke of Wellington, on the reverse the 
figure of an angel recording British valour, and containing 
eleven miniature coloured engravings of the following : 
Battle of Vimiero, Passage of the Douro, Battle of Talavera, 
Battle of Busaco, Battle of Albuera, Battle of Salamanca, 
Battle of Vittoria, Siege of Pampeluna, Storming of St. 
Sebastian, Battle of Toulouse, Battle of Waterloo. 
Published by Edward Orme, 1815. 

('/) Bronze Medal struck to commemorate Admiral Lord 
Howe's victory on 1st June, 1794, off Ushant. Deposited 
by Miss Alice Carrol. 


3397. The Original Lucknow Despatch of Sir James 
Inglis: It consists of four sheets of paper written on both sides 
and one sheet as cover. It was composed and written by Sir 
George Couper, I.C.S., Secretary and A.D.C. to Sir Henry 
Lawrence, and at his death to Sir James Inglis. The 
despatch was sent out folded in an ordinary quill, and 
secreted in the person of the Messenger. Deposited by 
Colonel V. A. Couper. 

3398. Large Oil Painting by Wallace Hasler of H.M. King 
George V., and the members of the National Rifle 
Association. Deposited by the Secretary, N.R.A. 

3399 & 34OO. Case containing the British and Foreign Orders of 
Knighthood, Decorations and Medals conferred on the 
Right Hon. General Sir George Murray, G.C.B., G.C.M. 

1 Peninsula Gold Cross for Corunna, Fuentes de 

Onor, Buzaco, Talavera, and bearing the follow- 
ing clasps, Pyrenees, Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, 
Orbes, Toulouse. 

2 Field-Officer's Peninsula Gold Medal for Corunna 

and Talavera. 

3 The Star and Insignia of the Order of the Bath 


4 The Star and Insignia of the Tower and Sword of 


5 The Star and Insignia of the Military Order of 

St. Henry of the Kingdom of Saxony. 

6 The Star and Insignia of the Red Eagle of Prussia. 

7 The Star and Insignia of the Imperial Austrian 

Order of Leopold. 

8 The Order of the Crescent of the Imperial Ottoman 


9 The Star and Insignia of St. Alexander Newski 

of Russia. 

10 The Star of the Grand Cross of the Order of the 

Guelphs of Hanover. 

11 The Silver Medal of the London Highland Society. 
Deposited by J. A. Mullens, Esq. 

34O1. An old Spanish Mahogany Circular Pedestal, 

which when open forms an Empire Cabinet Escritoire with 
the usual interior fittings and several secret drawers. It 
was formerly the property of Admiral Lord Nelson, having 
been presented to him, and was acquired at the Merton 
Abbey Sale. It is of English manufacture. Deposited bit 
L. C. Wakefield, Esq. 

34O2. Tho following Medals and Decorations formerly 
the property of Major-General Sir W. Parker Carrol, 
K.C.H. :- 

1 Insignia of the Hanoverian Order of the Guelphs. 

2 A square Gold Medal awarded by the Spanish 

Government for services detailed on it during 
the Peninsula War. 


3 A Gold Cross awarded by the Spanish Government 
for valour and discipline in front of Pampalona 
and Bayonne. 
Deposited by Mrs. Philip Scott. 

3403. The 1,OOO Bank of England Note which Lord 
Cochrane paid to secure his release from prison in 1814, 
bearing the following endorsement: "My health having 
suffered by long and close confinement, and my oppressors 
being resolved to deprive me of property or life, 1 submit 
to robbery to protect myself from murder, in the hope that 
I shall live to bring the delinquents to justice. 

Grated Chamber. 

King's Bench Prison, 
3rd July, 1815." 

Rear-Admiral Lord Cochrane, M.P., had been imprisoned 
on a false charge ' of swindling in connection with the 
Berenger frauds, and was expelled from the House of 
Commons, but was immediately re-elected for Westminster. 
He was dismissed from the Navy and his banner as a 
Knight of the Bath removed from Westminster Abbey. A 
new trial was refused him, but he escaped from prison and 
presented himself at the House of Commons. He was re- 
arrested and confined in a dungeon for 26 days. After being 
a year in prison, during which time he devoted himself to 
the invention of a street gas lamp, Lord Cochrane, to secure 
his release, at the request of his friends, paid his fine with 
the above Bank Note, which had been subscribed for by 
the public in penny subscriptions. He continued his attacks 
on corruption and abuses in the House of Commons, and 
again suffered imprisonment. The public once more paid 
his fine for his release. In 1832, on his innocence being 
established, he was granted a free pardon and restored to 
his rank in the Navy. In 1847 he was created a Knight 
of the Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath. He died in 
1860 and lies buried in Westminster Abbey. Deposited by 
The Governor and Cowrt of Directors of the Bank of 

3404. -A Curious Coloured Engraving being a caricature 
portrait of Rear-Admiral Lord Cochrane, M.P., entitled, 
" Things as they have been, things as they are now." One 
side of the figure is depicted in Naval Uniform and the 
other in Civilian dress, published in 1815. Deposited by 
John E. Webster, Esq. 

3405. Portion of the King's Colour of the 2nd Bn. 44th 
(Essex) Regiment, which was torn from off the Colour by a 
French Lancer at the Battle of Quatre-Bras (for description 
see card). Deposited by The Officer Commanding, Isf Bn. 
Essex Regt. 

3406 & 34O7. A Coattee and Cocked Hat of a Surgeon of 
the Royal Navy, date about 1825, Deposited by Colonel C, 


6385. Model of H.M.S. "Lion." This ship was built at 
Deptford in 1738, and carried an armament of 60 guns and 
a crew of between 400 and 500 men. In 1745 she fought 
an indecisive action with the " Elizabeth," a French 64-gun 
ship, which had been detailed to escort the Young Pretender, 
Prince Charles Edward, to Scotland, and in the engage- 
ment lost 55 kilkd and 107 wounded, of whom seven 
ultimately died the French at the same time losing 65 
killed and 136 dangerously wounded. In 1747 she took part 
in Hawke's victory over the French (Commodore de 
1'Etenduere) off Finisterre ; was present at the attack on 
Guadeloupe in 1759 ; and took part in the capture of Belle 
Isle in 1761. 

The model was made by Mr. A. Hunt, of Southwark. 
Presented by E. ~E. Rush-worth, Esq. 

6386. A Water Colour Painting by Captain P. V. Wood of 
''"The Falls of Mont Morenay, Canada," taken from Point 
Leir opposite Quebec, executed in 1846. 

6387. Frame containing 9 Coloured Prints of the 30th Regiment of 
Foot from water colour paintings by P. W. Keynolds. 
Given by Major G. H. Laurence, East Lanes. Regiment. 

6388. An Aquatint from an etching by H. Moses of a painting by 
I. N. Wright and published in 1814, entitled " The Victory 
of Vittoria" (fought 21st June, ISIS). Given by Miss E. 

6389. An Aquatint by G. Lewis from an etching by H. Moses of 

a painting by I. N. Wright, published in 1814, entitled 
" Battle of the Pyrenees," and represents the grand contest 
on 28th July, 1813. Given by Miss E. Loiv-Ashton. 

6390-6392. The following Commemoration Medals: 

1 A Bronze Medal, on the obverse the head of the 

Duke of Wellington and on the reverse the 
names of the victories during the Peninsula 

2 A Bronze Medal, on the obverse the head of Earl 

Spencer, 1st Lord of the Admiralty, 1795, and 
on the reverse figure of Victory with the follow- 
ing inscription, "Under wise Councils the 
British Navy triumphs." 

3 A Bronze Medal to commemorate the surrender of 

Guadeloupe, 1759. 

4 A Bronze Token, on the obverse the head of Nelson, 

and on the reverse a line of battleships in full 
sail with the words, "British Half-penny," 
dated 1812. 

5 A Bronze Medal, bearing the head of the Hon. 

Augustus Keppel, Admiral of the Blue. 

6 A Bronze Medal in commemoration of the Peace 

of 1814. 


7 Two Bronze Tokens, bearing the head of Admiral 

Lord Howe, to commemorate the glorious 
victory of 1st June, 1794. 

8 A Bronze Token to commemorate Wellington's 

victories in the Peninsula, on the reverse is a 

9 A Bronze Medal to commemorate Admiral Sir John 

Jervis' defeat of the Spanish Fleet, 14th 
February, 1797. Given by Lieut. -Colonel 
A. B. Cottcll. 

6393. A Light Dragoon Sword with scabbard of the period 
of the Peninsula War. Given by Lieut. -Colonel Sir Arthur 
Lectham, the Curator. 

6394-. A Heavy Dragoon Sword with scabbard of the period 
of the Peninsula War. It has a straight blade. Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel Sir Arthur Leetham, the Curator. 

6395. An Officer's Light Dragoon Sword of about 1795. 
On the hilt is the Badge of the Prince of Wales, and the 
following inscription. " XXX. Light Dragoons or Princess 
of Wales." 

The 30th Light Dragoons were raised and commanded by 
Lieut. -Colonel Blackwood in 1794, and disbanded in 1796. 
Given by Lieut. -Colonel Sir Arthur Lectham, the Curator. 

6396. A General's Sword and Scabbard of the period of 
about 1800. Given by Lieut. -Colonel Sir Arthur Leetham, 
the Curator. 

6397. Full Dress Cap of the 17th Lancers bearinsr the motto of 
King William IV., the date being about 1830. Given by 
Lieut. -Colon el Sir Arthur Leetham, the Curator. 

6393. Embroidered Full Dress Sabretasche of the 18th 
Hussars, George IV. period. Given by Lieut. -Colonel Sir 
Arthur Leetham, the Curator. 

6399. Full Dress Sabretasche of the 15th Hussars of about 
1830. Given by Lieut. -Colonel Sir Arthur Leetham, the 

6400. -A French Grenadier's Bear-skin Cap of the period 
of the First Empire. Given by Lieut. -Colonel Sir Arthur 
Leetham, the Curator. 

64O1 A French Grenadier's Pouch and Belt with 

Bayonet Frog of the period of the First Empire. Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel Sir Arthur Leetham, the Curator. 

64O2. A French Light Infantry Pouch and Belt of the 

period of the First Empire. Givtn by Lieut. -Colonel Sir 
Arthur Leetham, the Curator. 


64O3. A French Cavalry Officer's Pouch and Belt. 

of the period of the First Empire. Given by Lieut. -Colonel 
Sir Arthur Leetham, the Curator. 

64O4. A French Cavalry Pouch and Belt of the priod of 
the 2nd Empire (probably Imperial Guard). Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel Sir Arthur Leetham, the Curator. 

64O5, An Officer's Military Saddle of the early 17th Century. 
Given by Lieut. -Colonel Sir Arthur Leetham, the Curator. 

6406. Case containing the following Medals : 

First India General Service. 

Second Cabul, 1842. 

Siege of Ghuznee. 

Bestowed on Major-General W. Sage, who entered the Hon. 
East India Company's Service in 1808, died 1872. Given bu 
Mrs. John Hicks. 

64O7. A Billet Paper and an order for ration and forage made out 
in the village of Hann (Belgium) during the Waterloo 
Campaign, 1815. Given by Herbert Wills, Esq. 

64O8. Officer's Shako Plate of the 80th Foot worn from 1855- 
1861. Given by Miss H. 

64O9. Series of Commissions of General Robert Alexander, 
Hon. East India Company's Service (Infantry) viz.: 
Ensign 1819, Lieutenant 1819, Captain 1826, Major 1836, 
Adjutant-G-eneral (with rank of Lieut. -Colonel) Madras 
Army, Lieut. -Colonel 1841, Colonel 1851 (these Com- 
missions are in duplicate, one being Hon. East India 
Company's and the other being that of the Commander-in- 
Chief in India), Major-General 1854, Lieut.-General 1865. 
(These Commissions are signed by Queen Victoria.) 

General R. Alexander was born in 1798, joined the Royal 
Navy in 1810, saw much service in the Mediterranean with 
the French Toulon Fleet, was present at the Siege of 
Genoa, the expedition to Corsica, and the surrender of 
Naples and the Neapolitan Fleet in 1815. (The certificate 
of his discharge from the Navy is with the Commissions). 
He died in 1879. having previously been promoted to the 
rank of General in 1870. Given by Major-General E. 

641 0. Frame containing the above Ensign's Commissions in the 
Hon. East India Company's Service, and the Commander- 
iii-Chief in India. Given by Major-General E. Alexander. 

6411. A Silver Challenge Cup presented by Colonel A. Hill, 
3rd Cheshire Regiment, to the Militia Rifle Association ; 
on the amalgamation of that Association in 1911 with the 
Army Rifle Association, it was by his wish given to the 
Museum of the Royal United Service Institution. Given by 
the Council of the late Militia Eifle Association, 


6412. - Mounted Officer's Sabretasche of the Grenadier 
Guards, discontinued in 1902. Given by TAeut. -Colonel 
A. St. L. Glyn, Wth Battalion, Middlesex Regiment. 

6413. Photograph of a Water Colour Painting by Lieut. St. Aubin, 
76th Foot (killed at Aligarth. September,' 1803), of "The 
Siege of Sasni " (near Agra), which lasted from 23rd 
December, 1802, to 6th February, 1803, when it was taken 
by storm. Lord Lake was in personal command. The 
colour of the uniforms in the original painting are: 
Artillery, blue coats with narrow yellow facings, Officers 
with gold lace collars and epaulettes, black top hats with 
white plumes, the other Officers are in red coats ; Native 
Infantry, faded red coats, black top hats with black plumes, 
breeches and long gaifers. The Officer in top boots anil 
with a large plume wears a red coat and is possibly General 
Lord Lake. Given by J. A. Di'venish, Esq. 

64-14.- A Contemporary Print, in Colours, of Field-Marshal 
Bliicher in Hussar Uniform. 

6415. An Engraving of Peter Paul Eeubens from the Picture by 
Van Dyck. Given by Capt. K. R. Wilson, 12th 'Battalion 
London Itegiment. 

6416.- Gold and Silver Medals struck at H.M. Mint in India to 
commemorate the Durbar held at Delhi on 12th December, 
1911, in honour of His Majesty King George V.'s 
Coronation. Given by the Secretary of State for India. 

6417. Guidon of a Fencible Cavalry Corps (Corps unknown) previous 
to the Union, bearing the motto, " In Defence." Given by 
Colonel Albert Melly, V.D., Lane. R.F.A. 

6418-642O. Oopy Of the Koran, with a carved wooden stand 
made out of one piece of wood, the hinge being of curious 
construction . 

A china drinking cup with leather oase for attaching to 
the saddle, probably of Russian manufacture. 

An Afghan knife with jade handle. 

All these articles were picked up in the City of Cabu? 
during the Afghan War of 1878-79. Given by Major 
General G. Fergus Graham. 

6421. -Model of the Stern of H.M.S. "Pique," with six 
models of rudders to be temporarily shipped in case of loss 
of rudder at sea. 

H.M.S. " Pique," a 40-gun frigate, designed by Rear- 
Admiral Sir William Symonds, C.B., and built at Plymouth 
in 1834, was 160ft. long, 48ft. 10in. broad, and 14ft. 7in. 
deep, her measurements equalling 1,633 tons. 

She was employed on the Portuguese coast during the 
British intervention in the Carlist War in 1837; assisted to 
look after British interests at the time of the French opera- 
tions in Mexico in 1838-39; was on the coast of Syria in 


1840, and shared in the bombardment and capture of .Bey- 
rout, Kaiffa, and St. Jean D'Acre; and was also present at 
the attack on Petropaulovski. Kamschatka, in 1854. 

On the 22nd September, 1835, she ran ashore on the coast 
of Labrador, and, after being refloated, lost her rudder. 
Two temporary rudders were fitted at different times, but 
were carried away in bad weather. Eventually, she sailed 
some 1,500 miles rudderless, steered by means of a hawser, 
and arrived home on the 13th October of the same year. 
Presented by Commander W. Henby, E.N. 

6422. Mounted Officer's Sabretasche of the Scots Guards, 
discontinued in 1902. Given by Major-General A.. Broad-' 
wood, C.V.O. 

6423. A French Bayonet, taken from the Irish Rebels in 1798. 
Given by Lieutenant W. P. Newenham, E.N. 

6424. A Coloured Print of an Officer in full dress (Captain Lord 
William Hill) of the Royal Scots Greys, executed in 1844. 
Given by Lieut. -Colonel J. G. Downing. 

6425. Shako Plate of the Royal Military College, Sandhurst, 
worn from 1871 to 1878. Given by Captain H. M. McCance, 
late The Eoyal Scots. 

6426. Officer's Helmet Plate, the Royal Scots, 1881-1904. 
Given by Captain H. M. McCance, late The Eoyal Scots. 

6427. Bronze Medal to commemorate the taking of Carthagena 
1st April, 1741. Obverse: Don Bias de Leso, the Spanish 
Commander, kneeling between Admiral Vernon and 
Commodore Brown, surrenders his sword to Admiral Vernon. 
Legend: The Pride of Spain humbled by Admiral Vernon 
and Commodore Brown. Reverse: Six ships entering 
Porto Bello Harbour. Legend : Porto Bello taken by 
Admiral Vernon with six ships, 22nd November, 1739.- 

I.W. The artist's initials are believed to be those of 1. 
Wilkins, a medallist of that period. Given by Her Majesty 
the Queen. 

6428. A M.L. Percussion Rifle with Bayonet. Hearts-loop's 
Patent, 1838, the Hammer being below the Barrel. The 
arrangement for capping is of curious construction. 

6429. Sopor's Breach Loading Rifle with laterally hinged 
block, patent 1868. 

643O. A B.L. Bolt Action Rifle made at Spandau, 1862. Model 
(Prussian Needle Gun.) 

6431. A Belgian B.L. Percussion Rifle with bolt action for 
paper cartridge and separate cap. 


6432. Chinese Banner taken from the South Taku Forts by the 
British Naval Brigade, who led the Allied Storming Party 
on 17th June, 1900. Given by Admiral Sir Edward Hobart 
Seymour, G.C.B. 

6433. An Iron Ball, picked up on the Battlefield of Albuhera (fought 
16th May, 1811). Given by Raphael Reynolds, Esq. 

6434. Walking Stick, made from a piece of the keel of II. M.S. 
" Shannon, which fought the " Chesapeake," 1813. Given 
by Admiral Sir Cyprian Bridge, G.C.B. 

6435. An Engraving of Hannah Snell, the Female Soldier, from 
a drawing done from life with her own consent by L. P. 
Boitard, and published in 1750. 

She was born at Worcester in 1723, and entered herself 
as a Marine in Colonel Frazier's Regiment in 1745, served 
on H.M. Sloop " Swallow " in the East Indies, was present 
at the Siege of Pondichery and in all the other sieges of 
that expedition ; she received in all 12 wounds, some of 
which were dangerous and was put into hospital for the 
cure of the same. She returned to England in 1750 in 
H.M.S. " Eltham," and took her discharge without the 
least discovery of her sex. 

6436. Four Small Oil Paintings on panels, of the Chinese 
Forts on the Canton River, executed in 1833-4. Given by 
Miss L. S. Kensington. 

6437. Banner carried at the Funeral of Field-Marshal the Duke of 
Wellington. K.G., 1852. The Arms are those of the Hill- 
Trevor family with whom the Duke was connected. 

6438. Officer's Belt Buckle of the 108th Foot (Madras Infantry) 
worn up to 1881. Given by Major-General H. Lock. 

6439. A Complete Set of Maf eking Paper Currency, issued under 
the authority of Colonel R. S. S. Baden-Powell during the 
Siege of that place by the Boers from 13th October, 1899, 
to 17th May, 1900. 'The values were 1, 10/-, 3/-, 2/- 
and I/-. Given by Colonel A. W. Money, C.B., General 

6440. - Water Colour Sketch, made in 1853, of a Turkish Fort in 
the Dardanelles, showing some quaint Bronze Guns of an 
early period, and piles of marble shot which were made out 
of some of the old ruins of early buildings. Drawn on the 
spot by Miss Maclean, now Lady Hood of Avalon and widow 
of the late Admiral Lord Hood of Avalon, G.C.B. Given 
by Major H. F. Maclean, Scots Guards. 

6441. A New Zealand Mari or War Club of Bone (for descrip- 
tion, see 2592). 


6442. -Mauser Carbine, of the Model of 1896, taken from the 

6443. Mauser Rifle, 1896 pattern, taken from the Boers. 

6444. Model of H.M.S. "Royal Albert." The i ;Koyal 
Albert," the keel of which was laid down at Woolwich on 
26th August, 1842, was originally designed as a sailing line- 
of-battle ship, but in January 1852, the order was given 
to alter her to a screw-ship of the line, and, in consequence, 
she was lengthened about 14ft. at the stern in order to give 
space for tlfe propeller. This additional length increased 
her size by about 246 tons measurement, and her dimensions 
then were : Length between the perpendiculars, 232ft. 9in. ; 
length of keel for tonnage, 193ft. 6in. ; breadth, extreme, 
61ft. ; breadth for tonnage, 60ft. 2in. ; breadth moulded, 
59ft. 4in. ; and depth in hold^ 24ft. 2in. Her builders' 
measurement tonnage was 3,/26 tons, and her displace- 
ment 5,637 tons. 

Her engines, built by Messrs. John Penn & Son, on their 
patent trunk principle, were of 500 nominal horse-power, 
and 1,805 indicated horse-power. 

She was launced by H.M. Queen Victoria on 13th May, 
1854, and it was then the intention that her armament 
should consist of 131 guns, but this was reduced to 121 

In the autumn of the same year she was commissioned by 
Captain Sir Thomas Pasley, with a complement of 1,000 
men, and went out to the Black Sea as flagship of Rear- 
Admiral Sir Edmund Lyons, Bart., G.C.B., before 

After her Mediterranean commission, she served as flag- 
ship of the Channel Squadron, and this was her last sea 
service, her name disappearing from the " Navy List " 
in 1884. 

This model, from the original design, given by the Rev. 
F. C. Lang, Chaplain, R.N., has recently been rigged by 
Mr. John Smith and Mr. John Preston, both late First- 
class Petty Officers, R.N., and now attendants in this 

6445. -Bugle-Major's Staff of the 2nd Battalion the King's 
African Rifles. Presented to that Regiment by Captain 
and Adjutant W. G. Stonor in 1906. The Battalion was 
disbanded in 1911. Given by Captain W. G. Stonor, 
Middlesex Regiment. 

6446. Standard of the third Troop of the London and Westminster 
Light Horse Volunteers, which was presented to that Corps 
by the City of London in 1781. This Regiment was formed 
in 1769, and finally disbanded in 1829. 

6447. Banner (Drum) of the London and Westminster Light Horse 
Volunteers. This Regiment was formed in 1796, and finally 
disbanded in 1829. 


6448. Standard of the 2nd Troop of the London and Westminster 
Light Horse Volunteers, which was presented to that Corps 
by King George III. in 1781. This Regiment was formed 
in 1769, and finally disbanded in 1829. 

6449. A Large Silk Chinese Flag from the Taku Forts 
(Second China War). The Taku Forts were successfully 
assaulted on 21st August, 1860, by a force of 11,000 British 
and 7,000 French Troops, under Sir Hope Grant. This 
Flag was captured by Capt. Riorden of the China Field 
Force. Given by Captain D. C. L. Orion, Welsh Border 
Mounted Brigade. 

6450. An Inkstand, made from a small shell and four bullets 
picked up on the field of Inkerman. The Battle of Inker- 
man was fought on 5th November, 1854. Given by Lieut. - 
Colonel H. St. J. Mildmay, M.V.O., late Eifle Brigade. 

6451. A Small Marble Vase on stand, made from portions of 
the docks of Sevastopol in 1856, containing two Russian 
bullets picked up on the Heights of Inkerman. Given by 
Lieut. -Colonel H. St. J. Mildmay, M.V.O., late Rifle 

6452. Chinese Flag taken at the Taku Forts (Second China War), 
1860. Given by Admiral T. Saumarez, C.B. 

6453. A Coloured Print by R. Dighton, being a representation in 
caricature of "Lieut.-General Macdonald," 1812. Given by 
A. M. Philips, Esq. 

6454. An Officer's Sword, Indian Cavalry, of about 1850. The 
blade, marked "Garden," is of very finely tempered steel. 

6455. A French Officer's Sword of about 1800, with brass hilt 
and finely tempered steel.- 

6456. An Officer's Sword bearing the Arms of the Argentine 
Republic, with "Viva la Confederation, Argentina," marked 
on it, straight blade with a long deep groove. 

6457. A Curved Indian Sword with a bifurcated point and an 
inscription in Persian on the blade. 

6458. A Nepaulese Sword with jade handle. The blade is 
slightly grooved, and of considerable width. 

6459. A Mahratta Dagger, the handle is embossed with silver. 
646O. An Indian Battle-Axe inlaid with silver. 

6461. A Belgian Percussion Lock Carbine with along re- 
volving Bayonet ; it was used by the Belgian Gendarmerie. 

6462. An Italian Needle Fire Rifle, Cascana's system, with 
the straight sword Bayonet. 


6463. A Swiss Government Anker-Milbank Rim-fire 

6464 & 6465. 2 Canvas Knapsacks of the 10th Regiment 
of North British Militia (now the 3rd Battalion The Royal 
Scots), about 1795. Given by His Grace the Duke of 
Sucdeuch, K.G., K.T. 

6466. Knapsack Plate of the time of George III. (General 
Service). Given ~by Lieut. -Colonel A. St. L. Glyn. 

6467. A Weapon, combining a Pistol with percussion lock and a 
Da Blade, which is concealed in the stock, which latter is 
exposed by drawing the barrel from the stock when the 
trigger is at full cock. It is Chinese, and was brought from 
the frontier between the Shan States and Yunnan. 

6468. A Painting in Water Colours of the Channel Squadron 
painted by W. F. Mitchell, 1874, comprising the following 
ships: H.M.S. "Minotaur," H.M'.S. " Agincourt,' 
H.M.S. "Hercules," H.M.S. "Sultan," H.M.S. 
"Northumberland," H.M.S. " Bellerophon," H.M.S. 
" Monarch," H.M.S. " Topaz." Given by Spencer 
Sutler, Esq. 

6469. Five Small Line Engravings of Whitehall Palace: 

1 As it appeared in the reign of James II. 

2 The Prospect of Whitehall from St. James' Park, 

about 1700. 

3 A Prospective view of Whitehall and Whitehall 

Gate, dated 1753. 

4 A view of Whitehall from the river Thames, about 


5 Whitehall, published 1796. 

647O. A Light 1 ] Cavalry Sword of which Hie pointed end is 
missing. It belonged to Lieut. -Colonel Sir A. Gordon, 
K.C.B., who was one of the Duke of Wellington's Aides-de- 
Camp at the Battle of Waterloo, at which he was killed. 
Given by W. John Wilkinson, Esq. 

6471. A Double-Barrel led Flint and Steel Carbine, 

one barrel of which is rifled, the barrels being under and 
over, and not side by side, with a revolving Bayonet. 
Made by D. Egg, of London. This rifle is believed to have 
belonged to General Sir Ralph Abercrombie, and used by 
him in the Egyptian Campaign of 1801. Given by W. John 
Wilkinson, Esq. 

6472. A Russian Soldier's Knife and Spoon, picked up 
in the Redan (Crimean War) on the morning of 9tn 
September, 1855. Given by Liewt. -Colonel H. St. John 
Mudmay, M.V.O. 


6473. Miniature of the Grand Cross of the Order of 
the Bath, which formerly belonged to the late Duke of Cam- 
bridge, K.G. The Crosses of those Knights, who were also 
Knights of the Garter, were commanded by King George 
IV. to be worn from an Imperial Crown. Members of the 
Royal Family, who were G.C.B.'s, also wore the badge in 
the above manner. Given by Lieut. -Colonel A. St. L. Glyn, 
IQth Battalion Middlesex Eegimeni. 

6474. Cross of the "Legion d'Honneur picked up on the 
Field of Waterloo the day after the battle, by Mr. Palmer, 
an American ; it was given by this gentleman's nephew to 
Sir John Furley at Versailles in 1870. Given by Sir John 
Furley, C.B., D.L. 

6475.A Coloured Engraving of the Interior of the Duke of 
York's School by Rowlandson, and published by Ackerman 
in 1810. 

6476. An Indian Spear, the Shaft being covered with silver, 
which was taken at Lucknow during the mutiny of 1857-8 
by the late Captain St. Andrew Beauchamp St. John, of 
the 10th Regiment. Bequeathed by the late Captain Oliver 
Beauchamp St. John, late 5Sth Regiment. 

6477. An Indian Silver-Mounted Tulwar with Lion's head 
hilt, taken at Lucknow during the mutiny of 1857-8 by 
Captain St. Andrew Beauchamp St. Jofin, of the 10th Foot. 
Bequeathed by the late Captain Oliver Beauchamp St, 
John, late 5Sth Begiment. 

6478. Plan, taken with Prismatic Compass when on duty in the 
trenches between February and September, 1855, of the 
English and French trenches right attack, Sevastopol, hy 
Lieut. -Colonel B. G. Humphrey, R.A. Given by Colonel 
B. G. Humphrey, E.A. (Retired). 

6479. A Line Engraving of His Majesty's Ship the " Blenheim " 
so called from one of the glorious victories obtained by that 
renowned General, his Grace the Duke of Marlborough. 
Given by Lieut. N. C. A. Moore, R.N. 

6480. Officer's Belt Plate, 78th Highlanders, previous to 1881. 

6481. -A Mezzotint by F. Bromley, after J. P. Knight, R.A., and 
dated 1847, entitled "The Peninsula Heroes assembled at 
the United Service Club," with key. Given by Mrs. R. M. 

6482. A Mezzotint Engraving by C. D. Lewis, after J. P. 
Knight, R.A., dated 1845, entitled " The Heroes of Water- 
loo, with key. Given by Mrs. R. M. Welch. 


6483. An Officer's Commission in the 15th Hampshire Kill.- 
Volunteer Corps, dated 14th ^November, 1870, and signed by 
the Lord Lieutenant of the County. Given by Major H. 
Lancaster Wetherall, V.D., late 4/i Battalion Hants. 

6484. An Engraving by John Hall, from a picture by U. West, 
and published in 1781, of "The Battle of the Boyne." 

6485. A Line Engraving by A. Carden, after P. J. De Louther- 
bourg, Esq., it. A., published in 18U6, and representing a 
fragment of Egyptian architecture bearing medallions, with 
portraits of the Generals commanding the British Army in 
Egypt, and otherwise illustrative oi the ever memorable 
conquest of that country from the Arms of France. A.D. 

6486. -An Officer's Dress Coattee of the 66th Regiment, with 
Plastrons heavily gold-laced, of the period of about 18:22, 
the Plastrons and facings being green. Given by 1). 
Hastings Irwin, Esq. 

6487. A Pair of Dark Green Cloth Overalls, heavily laced 
with gold, of the 66th Regiment, of the period of about 1822. 
Given by I). Hastings Irwin, Esq. 

6488. An Officer's Coattee of the 66th Regiment, of the Period 
of about 1830. Given by I). Hastings Irwin, Esq. 

6489. A Crimson Silk Sash and Lines of an Infantry Officer, 
Light Company of the 66th Regiment, of the period of 
about 1830. Given by 1). Hastings Irwin, Esq. 

6490. A Pair of Officer's Undress Epaulettes (wings) of 
the period of about 1830. Given by D. Hastings Irwin, Esq. 

6491. A White-Metal Helmet of the 1st Lancashire Light Horse 
Volunteers, of the period of about 1860. 

6492. A Household Cavalry Trumpet Banner of the 

period between 1801 and 1814, as shown by the Royal Arms. 
(Note : King George III. used the Electoral Bonnet above 
the Escutcheon of Pretence, and this Trumpet Banner 
belongs to that period, and on examination it was found 
that the Crown had been added later to it for the years 
following 1814). Given by Mrs. S. M. Milne. 

6493. Shabracque Badge of the 9th Lancers, of the period 
between 1830 and 1837. Given by Mrs. S. M. Milne. 

6494. Shabracque Badge of the 10th Royal Hussars of George 
IV. period. Given by Mrs. S. M. Milne. 

6495. Holster Cover of the 4th Dragoon Guards, dated 1820. 
Given by Mrs. S. M. Milne. 


6496. Drum-Major's Sash of the 17th Regiment, date about 
1810. Giren by Mrs. S. M. Milne. 

6*97. Drum-Major's Sash of the Inniskilling Fusiliers, date 
about I860. Given by Mrs. S. M. Milne. 

6 *98. -Drum-Major's Sash of thf Coldstream Guards, date about 
1885. Given by Mrs. S. M. Milne. 

6499. Drum-Major's Sash of a Yorkshire Militia Battalion, date 
about I860. Given by Mrs. S. M. Milne. 

65OO The King's Colour of the 1O2nd Regiment. 

This Regiment was raised in Ireland in March, 1780, and 
served in India in the campaign against Tippoo 8ahib, and 
was commanded by Colonel Rowley and was disbanded in 
1784. This Regiment must in no way be associated with the 
Madras European Regiment, afterwards the 102nd Foot 
and now the Royal Dublin Fusiliers. Given by Mrs. .S. M. 

6501. The Regimental Colour of the 1O2nd Foot. For 

description ste 6500. Given by Mrs. S. M. Milne. 

6502. Pistol-Shaped Instrument for measuring the explosive 
force of gunpowder probablv Cromwellian. The graduated 
scale registering from 1 to 10 revolved on a spindle and was 
controlled by the now much corroded spring. On the edge 
of the spindle tbe marks caused by the friction of the spring 
are visible. The stop on the inner side at the foot of the 
trierirer-like projection, which closes the muzzle, acts when 
" 10 " is registered, and when this trigger closes the muzzle 
" 1 " is recorded on the under edge: th/? arrow mark fitting 
to the edge. The curve of this underedge shows that the 
position in which the instrument is now wired is correct. 
That it was intended to be fired is evident, and also that 
it was fired by a match applied to the touch-hole. Examina- 
tion leads to the conclusion that the instrument was used 
for measuring the explosive strength of powder, and three 
notches on the reverse side have apparently been filed in 
the barrel to denote the amount of powder employed. The 
engraved figure* are certainlv of Rtnart date, and it is quite 
possible that the instrument may be Cromwellian. 

It wa found at Bolsover, on the traditional site of 
Cromwellian Artillerv post during the siege, and it became 
the property of a Mr. Alfred Pitken, who gave it to the 
donor. Given by Colonel W. L. Coke. 

6503. -A Mezzotint Engraving by R. Purset, after J. Reynolds 
" The Most Noble John Manners, Marquis of Granby, 
Commander-in-Chief of the British Forces in Germany. 
Lieut.-General of the Ordnance, and Colonel of the Royal 
Regiment of Horse Guards." 


65O4. Chaco Plate (Rank and File) 39th (Dorsetshire) Foot, worn 
from 1863 to 1870. Given by Major N. H. C. Dickinson, 

6505. Chaco Plates (Rank and File) of the 18th (The Royal Irish) 
49th, 94th and 100th (Prince of Wales' Royal Canadians) 
Regiments, worn from 1870 to 1877, they were also worn 
on the helmets from 1877-1881. Given by Major N. H. C. 
Dickinson, D.S.O. 

65O6. Model of an armed vessel. " Dryad." This Model was given 
to Field-Marshal Viscount Wolseley in 1882 as one which 
had belonged to, and been played with by, Vice-Admiral 
Viscount Nelson when a boy. 

It was formerly in the possession of the Rev. Alfred Inigo 
Suckling, some time Rector of Barsham, Suffolk, a member 
of the family of that name to which Lord Nelson was 
related, the great Admiral's mother having been the 
daughter of the Rev. Maurice Siickling. 

At a sale of the R-ev. Alfred T. Suckling's effects, the 
model was bought by Mr. Henry Boyce, Headmaster of the 
Leman School, Beccles. who eventually gave it to Lord 
Wolseley, at the same time stating that it had been known 
by the name of "Dryad." 

Some of the rigging, gear, etc.. haying perished through 
lapse of time, it has been renewed where necessary, but the 
vessel has been left as much as possible in her original 
condition. Presented by the late field-Marshal Viscount 
Wolseley, K.P., G.C.B., Jf., G.C.M.G. 

65O7. Two Coloured Line Enerravings of (1) An Officer of 
the 1st or Royal Regiment of Foot; (2) an Officer of the 2nd 
or Queen's Regiment of Foot, published in 1799. 

6508. Cartoon by the celebrated Dutch Sea-Painter, William 
Vandevelde. the younger, of his picture representing the 
opening fight of the four days' battle (lst-4th June, 1666). 
between the English Fleet, under the joint command cf 
Prince Rupert and the Duke of Albemarle, and the Dutch 
Fleet, under De Ruijter. 

The English Fleet was numericallv considerably inferior to 
the Dutch, and although beaten, the battle was practically 
a drawn one, as the Dutch were unable or failed to follow 
their victory up. 

6509. The -Following: Medals presented by H.M. King George V. 

23 Queen Victoria's Jubilee Medal of 1887. 

24 Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee Medal of 1897. 

25 King Edward VII. Coronation Medal, 1902. 

26 Xing Georpp V. Coronation Medal, 1911. 

27 The Royal Victorian Medal, issued by H.M. Queen 


28 The Royal Victorian Medal, issued by H.M. King 

Edward VII. 

29 The Royal Victorian Medal, issued by H.M. King 

George V. 


651O. Silver Medal of the Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners 
Royal Benevolent Society (new Pattern, 1883). Given by 
The Council of the Shipwrecked Fishermen and Mariners 
Jtoyal Benevolent Society. 

6511. A Ju-ju Figfure from W. Africa. This Figure was taken by 
the donor while serving with the 1st Battalion Northern 
Nigerian Regiment on a punitive Exnedition against the 
Munshis. a cannibal Pagan Tribe of Northern Nigen'a, in 
190o. The figure was in a Ju-ju house; and had recently 
been the object of human sacrifice. Given by Captain C. F. 

6512. Uniform Tunic of the Orange Free State Artillery. Given 
by H. Lehmann, Esq. 

6513. Infantry Officer's Cocked Hat about, ISOO Thi par- 
ticular one belonged to Captain Pearce of the Andover Loyal 

6514. Officer's Epaulette, Andover Loyal Volunteers, about 

6515. -Officer's Belt Buckle, Royal Artillery, about 1820. Given 
by Attendant T. E. Simpson. 

6516. -Code Of Army Signals issued for the ue of General 
Whitelock's disastrous expedition to Buenos-Ayres in 1807. 
This officer proved a most incapable leader, and was forced 
to surrender and evacuate the whole of the River Plate 
Region. Given by Captain H. P. Torrens, East Surrey 

6517. An EnerravineT of the Fmneror Nn.po'<m 1st. in his P 

robes, from the painting by Isabey. The ornamentation 
round the engraving is by Fragonard. 

6518. Officer's Shako Plate of the 2nd Warwickshire Militia 
f>* "orn from I85. r > to 18fi2.. Given by Captain H. M. 
McCann, late the Ttoyal Scots. 

6519. -Five Sketches in Water Colour of the fort of Mooltan fN.W. 
India) by Lieut. J. L. Heathorn. 3rd Madras Light 
Infnntrv. dated 1849. Here in 1848 Moolrav Sing, the ruler 
of the Sikhs. treacheroiislv murdered Mr. Van Agnew and 
Lieut. Anderson. The City was taken by the British after 
?t protracted siege on 22nd January, 1849. Given by W. S. 
Coutts, Esq. 

652O. Water Colour Painting of H.M.S. "Martin" off the 
Island Saba West Indies. Painted and presented by G. 
Lacy Good, Esq. 

6521. Shako Plate, British -Italian Legion, raised during the 
Crimean War, 1855. Given by D. Hastings Irwin, Esq. 


6522. Continuation of 483. Complete Collection, 

showing obverse and reverse of Naval and Military Medals, 
other than War Medals, struck at the Royal Mint up to the 
year 1912: 

49 Royal Navy, Conspicuous Gallantry. 

50 Distinguished Conduct in the Field (Queen 

Victoria), 7 clasps. 

51 Do. (King Edward VII.), 3 clasps. 

52 Do. (King George V.). 

53 Do. Cape of Good Hope (Queen Victoria). 

54 Do. Cape of Good Hope (King Edward Vll.). 

55 Do. King's African Rifles (King Edward Vll.). 

56 Do. King's African Rifles (King George V.). 

57 Do. West African Frontier Force (King Edward 

VII.), 1 clasp. 

58 Do. West African Frontier Force (King 

George V.). 

59 Meritorious Service (Hon. East India Company). 

60 Do. (Queen Victoria). 

61 Do. (King Edward VII.). 

62 Do. (King George V.). 

63 Do. Cape of Good Hope (Queen Victoria). 

64 Do. Cape of Good Hope (King Edward Vll.). 

65 Do. India (Queen Victoria). 

66 Do. India (King Edward VII.). 

67 Distinguished Service, India (King Edward Vll.) 

68 Royal Navy. Long; Service and Good Conduct 

'(King William IV.). 

69 Do. do. (Queen Victoria). 

70 Do. do. (King Edward VII.). 

71 Do. do. (King George V.). 

72 Royal Navy, Ability and Good Conduct 


73 Army Long Service and Good Conduct (Hon. East 

India Company). 

74 Do. do. (Queen Victoria.) 

75 Do. do. (King Edward VII.). 

76 Do. do. (King George V.). 

77 Do. do. India (Queen Victoria). 

78 Do. do. India (King Edward VII.). 

79 Lon<z Service and Good Conduct, Cape of Good 

Hope (Queen Victoria). 


80 Long Service and Good Conduct, Cape of Good 

Hope (King Edward VII.). 

81 Do. W. African Frontier Force (King Edward 


82 Do., W. African Frontier Force (King George V.). 

83 Do., King's African Rifles (King Edward Vll.). 

84 Do., King's African Rifles (King George V.). 

85 Militia, Long Service and Good Conduct (King 

Edward VII.). 

86 Do., do. (King George V.). 

87 Special Reserve, Long Service and Good Conduct 

(King Edward VII.). 

88 Do., do. (King George V.). 

89 Imperial Yeomanry, Long Service and Good Con- 

duct (King Edward VII.). 

90 Royal Naval Reserve (King Edward Vll.). 

91 Do. (King George V.). 

92 Volunteers, Long Service and Good Conduct 

(Queen Victoria). 

93 Do., do. (King Edward VII.). 

94 Do., do. (King George V.). 

95 Territorial Force, Efficiency (King Edward Vll.). 

96 Do., do. (King George V.). 

97 Volunteers, Colonial, Long Service (Queen 


98 Do., do. (King Edward VII.). 

99 Do., do. (King George V.). 

100 Permanent Forces of the Empire beyond the seas, 

Long Service and Good Conduct (King Edward 

101 Do., do. (King George V.). 

102 Transport, 1899-1902, 2 clasps. 

103 Arctic, 1818-1855. 

104 Do., 1876. 

105 Antarctic, 1902-1904, 1 clasp. 

106 Do. (Natives). 

107 Best Shot in the Army. 

108 Royal Navy, Good Shooting (King Edward Vll.), 

25 clasps. 

109 Do., do. (King George V.), 12 clasps. 


6529. Model of the 2nd Kate 90-Gun Li ne-of -Battleship "Abemarle. 
This vessel was built at Harwich by Isaac Betts in 1680 
(temp. Charles II.). Her dimensions were: Length, 140 
feet 11 inches ; Beam, 44 feet 4 inches ; and Depth, 19 feet 
7 inches her tonnage being 1,395 tons and her draught, 
21 feet. 

She had a complement of 660 men, and took part against 
the French, in the battle off Beachy Head in 1690, the 
Battle of Barfleur in 1692, and the destruction of De Tour- 
ville's fleet at La Hogue in the latter year. 

She was renamed '' Union " in 1711. 

The Model was presented to the Institution as being that 
of the " Royal James" (built in 1675), but recent evidence 
tends to show that this was a mistake. Given by Captain 
E. H. Scott, It.N. 

6530. -A Series Of 8 Aquatints entitled "Sailors on Shore," 
published in 1825, by John Fairburn, Broadway, Ludgate 
Hill. These pictures exhibit the diversity and variety ot 
dress of the Seamen of the Royal Navy at that period. 

6531. Chart showing the Flags of the Japanese Daimyos, which was 
handed on from flagship to flagship on the China Station. 
It was received from H.M.S. "Ocean " in 1871, when she 
was relieved by H.M.S. " Iron Duke '' (Admiral Shadwell). 
Given by the Eev. E. W Fawkes, Lieut., E.N. (Betd.) 

6532. -A Japanese Samurai War Quiver, containing 19 
Arrows, which was probably in use up to 1854. Given, by 
Major-General F. W. Hemming. 

6533. A Japanese Samurai Bow, which was probably in use 
up to 1854. Given by Major-General F. W. Hemming. 

6534. A Pair of Japanese Stirrup-Irons, which were prob- 
ably in use up to 1854. Given by Major-General F. W. 

6535. A Japanese Daimyos Baton which was probably in 
use up to 1854. The Baton was used as a sign of rank and 
office, but also to direct the movements of the Samurai in 
the field of battle, by waving it in a peculiar manner. 
Given by Major-General F. W. Hemming. 

6536. A Pair of Wine Decanter Stands made from the 
timber of H.M.S. " Belleisle," and each bearing on a silver 
plate the following inscription: "Belleisle, 74 guns, Capt. 
W. Hargopd, Trafalgar, 21st October, 1S05, from his friend 
Rear- Admiral Ross." Given by Miss Hargood. 

6537. A Water Colour Painting showing the Panoramic view 
of the Gulf of Kertch, executed during the Crimean War 
by Captain G. M. Pasley, R.H.A., who was serving with 
the Turkish Contingent. Bequeathed by the late Lady 


6538. A Kassia Shield made of Rhinoceros Hide \\itli brass 
bosses. Taken during the frontier warfare with the Kassia 
tribes on the N.E. 1'rontier of Bengal, January, 1863. 
Given by Commander C. R. Low, late Indian Navy. 

6539. A Short Native Sword taken from the savage Tribes of 
the N.E. Frontier of India, in 1863. Given by Commander 
C. B. Low, late Indian Navy. 

654O. A Dagger with leaf-shape blade and brass handle taken irorn 
the savage tribes of the N.E. Frontier of India in 1863. 
Given by Commander C. B. Low, late Indian Navy. 

6541. A Dagger with leaf-shape blade and brass handle taken from 
the savage tribes of the N.E. Frontier of India in 1863. 
Given by Commander C. B. Low, late Indian Navy. 

6542. A Receptacle for carrying Water, cased in leather, taken 
from the savage tribes of the N.E. Frontier of India in 
1863. Given by Commander C. B. Low, late Indian Navy. 

6543. A British Officer's Sword, a relic of the expedition 
from Bombay in 1319 against tne piratical tribes in the 
Persian Gulf. The Sword was taken from a dhow by 
Captain Kinchant, I.N., and had formerly belonged to uii 
officer who fell during the operations. Given by Commander 
C. B. Low, late Indian Navy. 

6544. A Cat-o'-six-tails, formerly in use in the Indian Navy. 
Given by Commander C. B. Low, late Indian Navy. 

6545. A Coloured Chart of tle Flags of the various Maritime 
nations, by Covens and Mortier, King William 111. period, 
entitled "A New Table of all the Ships' Collors or Ensigns 
in the wholl Water World." 

6546. Model Of H.M.S. " Rhadamanthus." The paddle 
wheel steam transport " llhadamanthus," 4 guns, was built 
at Plymouth, by Mr. T. Koberts, and completed in 1832. 

She was of the following dimensions : Length of gun- 
deck, 164 feet 7 inches; length of keel, 143 feet 2 inches; 
beam, 32 feet 8 inches ; and depth in hold, 17 feet 10 inches. 

She was 813 tons measurement ; her engines of 220 horse- 
power were constructed by Messrs. Maudsley & Co., and 
she carried a complement of 60 officers and men. 

The " Rhadamanthus " assisted in blockading the Dutch 
ports in 1832, as one of the squadron under command of 
Vice-Admiral Sir Pulteney Malcolm, G.C.M.G., K.C.B. 
Presented by Miss Roberts. 


6547. Miniature Portrait_of Major^Tliomas Hamilton, 8th Dra- 
goons (executed about 176U). He formerly served in Colonel 
Lowther's Regiment of Marines, and was one of the crew 
of H.M.S. " VVager " (Captain David Cheape) when she 
was cast away in the South Seas in 1741, the crew eventually 
reached Santiago in Chili. He returned to England in 174U 
and was appointed a Captain in the 8th Dragoons, he be- 
came a Major in 1760, retired 1762, and died in 1773. The 
Miniature was formerly the property of J. S. Hamilton- 
Starke, Esq., of Troqueer Holm, N.B. Bequeathed by 
Major-General William Starke, late loth East Yorkshire 

6548. An Aquatint entitled "A View of the Horse Guards from 
Whitehall," published in 1816 by R. Ackermann. Given 
by Percy Morris, Esq. 

6549. -An Engraving of the Banquetting House, Whitehall, 
published in 1815 by Whittle & Laurie. Given by Percy 
Morris, Esq. 

6550. A Coloured Print entitled "Mounting Guard" dedicated 
to the little masters on the Parade. It is a caricature 
dated about 1750. Given by Percy Morris, Esq. 

6551. Four Coloured Prints of " Military Incidents, " published 
by Ackermann, date about 1830, entitled : 

1 On duty, the Field Officer of the day. 

2 Just joined the Regiment. 

3 The Baggage Guard in a fall of sleet. 

4 The Dinner Round, Light Company 19th Foot. 
Given by Percy Morris, Esq. 

6552. A Statuette Group in Cppeland Parian Ware, of the 
Crimean War period, representing Miss Florence .Nightin- 
gale and a wounded British soldier. Given by Lieut. -Col. 
W. H. M. Jackson, late 81st Foot. 

6553. An Engraving by D. Orrne from the Picture by J. Brown, 
entitled "The Celebrated Victory of the British Fleet, under 
the command of Earl of Howe, over the French on the 
glorious First of June." Given by Percy Morris, Esq. 

6554. Sepoy's Head-dress of the Madras Army, which is shown 
from prints in the collection as being in wear from about 
1800 to 1850. This Head-dress was obtained in Beringa- 
patam. Given by Surgeon-General Sir B. Franklin. 


6555. Rubber Stamp of the Orange Free State Artillery, which 
was found in Fouriesburg previous to General Prinsloo's 
surrender in the Wittebergen in August, 1900. A detach- 
ment of the corps under a Swedish officer surrendered with 
General Prinsloo. Given by Colonel H. S. Sloman, D.S.O. 

6556. An Engraving from the Picture by K. Caton VVoodville, of 
the charge of the 21st Lancers at Omdurman, September 
2nd, 1898. Given by Percy Morns, Esq. 

6557. An Engraving from the painting by G. D. Giles, "After the 
battle of the Atbara " ; The Emir Mahmoud brought before 
the Sirdar, April 8th, 1893. Given by Percy Morris, Esq. 

6558. Shoulder Belt-Plate of the Royal Fusiliers, recently 
picked up on the battlefield of Albuhera (fought 16th May, 
1811). Given by Raphael Reynolds, Esq. 

This Exhibit was obtained through the instrumentality 
of Captain Muzquiz, of the 16th Regiment of Castile, and 
Senhor Julian Calderon, of Albuhera. 

6559. Two Grape Shot and Six Bullets, recently picked up 
on the battlefield of Albuhera (fought on 16th May, 1811). 
Given by Raphael Reynolds, Esq. 

These exhibits were obtained through the instrumentality 
of Captain Muzquiz, of the 16th Regiment of Castile, and 
Senhor Julian Calderon, of Albuhera. 

65GO. The Barrel Of a Musket, recently found in a black- 
smith's shop at Albuhera, having been converted into a 
blow-pipe. Driven by Raphael Reynolds, Esq. 

This exhibit was obtained through the instrumentality 
of Captain Muzquiz, of the 16th Regiment of Castile, and 
Senhor Julian Calderon, of Albuhera. 

6561. Portions (three) of a Lock of a Musket, and a 

barrel band, recently picked up on the battlefield of 
Albuhera (fought on 16th May, 1811). Given by Raphael 
Reynolds, Esq. 

These exhibits were obtained through the instrumentality 
of Captain Muzquiz, of the 16th Regiment of Castile, and 
Senhor Julian Calderon, of Albuhera. 

6562. Two Architectural Drawings in Water Colour of 
H.M. Victualling Yard, Deptford, by W. T. Rivers, dated 
1836 and 1837 respectively. Given by Andrew Clarke, Esq. 


6563. Drum-Major's Staff, on the Head is engraved the Royal 
Crown and Cypher of Frederick, Duke of York. It is that 
of the Both Foot. 

The 85th Foot, the third regiment of this number, was 
raised in 1793, as the 85th Foot (Bucks Volunteer Regiment 
of Foot), in 1815 it was styled 85th or Duke of York's Own 
Regiment of Light Infantry (see Horse Guards Letter, 
August 10th, 1815), in 1821 it became the King's Light In- 
fantry, and is now the 2nd Battalion of the King's Shrop- 
shire Light Infantry. Given by F. A. Bawlence, Esq. 

6564. A Group of the Following Medals: 

1 Indian Mutiny with clasps for Lucknow and Central 


2 Afghanistan, 1878, 1879, 1880. 

3 2nd Indian General Service Medal with clasps for 

Burmah, 1887. 1889. 

These were formerly the property of Colonel J. F. F. 
Cologan, late Indian Staff Corps, who saw much service 
throughout the Mutiny. Given by Mrs. Cologan. 

6565. Bearskin Cap of the Egyptian Corps des Gardes of Ishmail 
Pasha, whose uniform was similar to that of the French 
Imperial Guard of the 2nd Empire, and in which they were 
clothed at the opening of the Suez Canal. Given by Cap- 
tain H. Castle Smith, The Suffolk Regiment. 

6566 & 6567. The Following Prints in Colour published 
November 1st, 1842, by W. Spooner, from the paintings by 
Michael Angelo Hayes : 

(1) Grenadier Guards. 

(2) 42nd Royal Highlanders. 

(3) Regiments of Light Infantry. 

(4) 92nd Highlanders. 

(5) 16th Light Dragoons (Lancers). 

(6) 1st Royal Dragoons. 

(7) 2nd North British Dragoons (Scots Greys). 

(8) 12th Royal Lancers. 

(9) 10th Royal Hussars. 

(10) Regiments of the Line. 

(11) Royal Horse Artillery. 

(12) Royal (Foot) Artillery. 

(13) 3rd Light Dragoons. 

(14) 71st Highland Light Infantry. 


6568. Double Barrelled Rifle -with Sword Bayonet, the inven- 
tion of General John Jacob, made by Swinburn & Son, 1860, 
and marked Jacob's Rifles, barrel 23 inches in length, bore 
-inch, rifling 4 grooves, sighted to 2,000 yards. Given by 
Colonel P. H. Smith. 

6569. Figure Head of H.M.S. 1st Class Paddle Sloop "Bulldog," 
6 guns, 1,124 tons, 500 horse-power, built at Chatham in 

The " Bulldog " flew the flag of Admiral Sir Charles 
Napier, K.C.B., at the bombardment of Bomarsund in 
August, 1854. 

On 23rd October, 1865, owing to serious insults to the 
British flag, she bombarded Cape Haytien, then in posses- 
sion of rebels. While engaging the various batteries, she 
also endeavoured to ram the steamer " Valorogue," but 
unfortunately ran on a reef within point-blank range of 
a masked battery, which instantly opened fire upon her. 
Nevertheless, she sank the "Valorogue," and also the 
largest schooner of the enemy's fleet, blew up the powder 
magazine ashore, set fire to the town and dispersed with 
grape and canister the riflemen who had assembled on the 
shore. At nightfall, Captain Charles Wake, who had no 
intention of letting the " Bulldog," which was still fast 
aground, fall into the hands of the blacks, and who had 
little ammunition left, set fire to and abandoned her, and 
in due course, she blew up. During this action, out of a 
complement of 175 officers and men, she had three killed 
and ten wounded Given by Admiral Sir G. F. King-Hall, 
K.C.S., K.C.V.O. 

6570. Model of an Improved Optical Telegraph or Semaphore by 
Vice-Admiral the Hon. G. Elliott. 

The semaphore, a mechanical device by which informa- 
tion or messages can be signalled to a distance, was in- 
vented in one of its forms by Richard Lovell Edgeworth in 

A semaphore on the principle of the one illustrated by 
the model, was introduced by Sir Home Popham in 1816, 
and was in use for transmitting messages over long dis- 
tances until the adoption of the electric telegraph. 

Semaphores are still in use in the Royal Navy and in 
some ships of the Mercantile Marine. 

6571. A Large Oil Painting depicting the arrival of H.M.S. 
"Vanguard' 1 at Naples on 22nd September, 1798, com- 
manded by Sir Horatio Nelson, K.B V who was congratu- 
lated on board his flagship by the King of Naples, Sir 
William Hamilton, K.B., and Emma, Lady Hamilton, on 
his victory over the French Fleet at the Battle of the 
Nile. The picture was painted at Naples in 1798, the 
artist is unknown. Bequeathed by the late Charles Dalton, 
Esq., F.R.G.S. 


6572. Fragment of an Archer's Knife, found on the Battle- 
field of Towton by the donor, in the wood leading to the 
Cock Beek where the great slaughter of the fugitive Lan- 
castrians took place. The Battle of Towton was fought 
oti Palm Sunday, 29th March, 1461. Given by C. II. B. 
Barrett, Esq. 

6573. Telescope which formerly belonged to Capt. James Cook ( 
R.N., the Circumnavigator, during his last voyage, by 
whom it was given to Lieutenant George Gilbert, K.JN., 
of H.M.S. " Discovery." This officer died shortly after 
the return of the expedition and the Telescope became the 
property of his father, Lieutenant Joseph Gilbert, K.JN., 
who had served as master on H.M.S. " Resolution " ; it 
then passed to his grand-daughter Emma, the wife of Dr. 
J. Doran, F.S.A., and from her to the donor of the exhibit. 
Given by Alban Doran, Esq. 

6574. Officer's Dress Coatee of the 37th Foot, 1827, the lace 
and buttons are silver. 

6575. Officer's Dress Coatee of the 3rd Dragoon Guards, about 
1830, the lace on the front is deficient. 

6576. Model of a Fair of Oak Barn Doors, which formerly formed 
part of a farm building, which was held by the Allies, on 
the field of the Battle of Quatre Bras. The original doors 
were removed by the late Earl of Sheffield from Quatre 
Bras, and kept by him at Sheffield Park, Uckfield, Sussex ; 
on his death they became the property of the Royal United 
Service Institution. The doors being 12 ft. 6 ins. in 
height it was found quite impossible to give them a place 
in the Museum, and this model, which is an exact repro- 
duction of the doors, hinges and nails, is made from the 
material of the same ; the holes, bullets and bullet marks 
are the original ones. The remainder of the wood will be 
utilized in making museum cases and momentoes of the 
battle. The model was made by Mr. W. Cooper, the car- 
penter of the Institution. 


-Surgeon's Blue Coatee. 

Uniform Waistcoat. 
Pair of White Stockinette Overalls. 

65871 -Blue Undress Forage Cap with Peak & Badge. 

Pair of Officer's Scarlet Dress Stockinette 
Pantaloons and pair of Dress Hessian Boots. 


6588. -Pair of Officer's Scarlet Overalls. 

All of this Uniform is that of the 8th Light Dragoons 
(Hussars), the lace and buttons are silver. Date about 

Thev were formerly the property of Surgeon John 
Francis Smet, who served with the 8th Hussars and 
Medical Staff from 1794 to 1824. This officer compiled a 
history of the 8th Hussars, which is to be found in the 
Library of the Institution. Given by Miss J. C. Thorburn. 

6581-6586. Dress Coatee of an Officer on the Medical Staff of 
about 1812, also the following articles of uniform: 

White Kerseymere Waistcoat. 

White Kerseymere Pantaloons. 

Black Cocked Hat, with the badge of the Medical Stalf. 

Black Silk Stock. 

Belt Buckle and Slides. 

These Exhibits were the property of Surgeon John 
Francis Smet, who served from 1794 to 1824. Given by 
Miss J. G. Thorburn. 

6589. An Early Type of a "Pepperbox" Six-Chamber 
Revolver, En's Patent, 1845. Given by Lieut.- Colonel W. H. M. 
Jackson, late 81st Regiment. 

659O. Six Lithograph Prints, in Colour, after G. H. Thomas, 
executed in 1861, viz: 

1 Life Guards and Royal Horse Guards. 

2 Dragoon Guards and Light Dragoons. 

3 Royal Artillery. 

4 Royal Engineers and Military Train. 

5 The Guards. 

6 Regiments of the Line. Given by Captain P. W. 

6591. SnufF Box, made with a shell and silver lid, bearing the 
following inscription: "This shell was picked up on the 
Egyptian Shore by a Sailor after the glorious Victory of 
the Nile, gained by Lord Nelson over the French, 1st 
August, 1798." Given by H. Meryon, Esq. 

6592. Photograph of the original Despatch, in six languages, dated 
28th of May, 1846, of Sir John Franklin, H.M.S. 
"Erebus" and " Terror," Lat. 70 5' N., Long. 98? 23' 
W., to the Secretary of the Admiralty. The copy was for- 
merly the property of Admiral E. P. Charlewood. Given 
by E. P. CJiarlewoofl, Esq. 


6593. A Photograph of Captain Thomas Clark of the Revenue 
Service, who was employed by Lord Nelson in carrying 
despatches, and of whom he said, " He was a sharp man, 
alive and seldom asleep, for though he had been on board 
his Ship at all hours of the night, he was always awake. " 
He was born in 1773 and died at the age of 90. Given by 
H. Meryon, Esq. 

6594. A Piece of Ribbon, combining those of a Companion of 
the Bath and the Peninsula Gold Cross,, for wearing on un- 
dress uniform. It formerly belonged to General William 
Cross, C.B. Given by Lieut. -General J. H. Bor, CM?., 
C.M.G., E.M.A. 

6595. A Piece of the Atlantic Cable which was laid in 
September, 1866, which was presented to Lieutenant J3. 
Bax, R.N., who was serving on H.M.S. "Lily" which 
accompanied the cable ship. Given by Mrs. S. Bax. 

6596. A Fine Specimen of an Indian Pipe of Peace, 

with five branches, all of which are grown on one stem, 
two of the bowls are missing. It was presented to Lieu- 
tenant Commander B. Bax, R.N., of H.M.S. " Sharp- 
shooter " by the Indians at Cameta, a village on the River 
Tocantins, a branch of the Amazon, Brazil, who was em- 
ployed in surveying the river. Given by Mrs. B. Bax. 

6597. -Officer's Pouch of the llth (P.A.O.) Hussars. It formerly 
belonged to Major Joseph Hely, who served with the regi- 
ment in the Crimea. Bequeathed by the late Mrs. E. J. 

6598. Round Shot, found on the Bluff at Durban, and said to be 
one of the first cannon balls fired in the attack on Durban 
in 1842. 

In May, 1842, a small British force of some 300 men 
marched overland and attacked Durban ; it was not success- 
ful and the Boers under Andries Pretorius surrounded the 
force. An old Durban resident, Dick King, managed to 
ride through the Boer outposts and conveyed the news of 
the serious position of the British force. Colonel A. J. 
Cloete was then sent by sea to Port Natal (Durban) and 
the force was relieved. Shortly afterwards Colonel Cloete 
received the submission of the Volksraad at Pietermaritz- 
burg. Given by Lieut. -Colonel J. Watkins Yardley. 

6599. Drummer's Coatee of the 49th Regiment, date 1832. 
Given by D. Hastings Irwin, Esq. 


6600. Officer's Belt Plate of the 28th N. Gloucester Regiment, 
worn previous to 1881. Given by Colonel Sir W. A. Hill, 
K.C.B., lotc 3rd Gloucester Regiment. 

6601. Water-Colour Sketch of an Oil Painting by W. D. Stew- 
art of an officer of the Cameron Highlanders in levee dress. 
Given by W. T>. Stewart, Esq. (The artist). 

6602. Model Of Whitehall Palace as it existed in the reign 
of King Charks I., 1648, by John B. Thorp, Esq. (for de- 
scription see card). Given by Lie int. -Colonel Sir Arthur 
Leetham, the Curator. 

6603. A Line Engraving:, circa 1790, of "The Battle at Bunker's 
Hill," from the painting by J. Trumbell, engraved by G. 
Nordheim and published by Paul Bernhard, New York. 

66O4. The Turkish Medal for the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-79. 
Given by Paymaster H. P. W. G. Murray, li.A. 

6605-6611. Double-breasted Tunic, Dress Shoulder Belt and 
Pouch, Undress Shoulder Belt and Pouch, Dress Girdle 
Crimson Silk Girdle, Overalls, Shako Plumed and Stock of 
the Kent Artillery Militia, 1854. Given by Mrs. Northey. 

6612-6616.- Officer's Coatee, with rich gold lace, dark green 
plastrons and shoulder wings, buff cross-belt with plate and 
sword slings, gorget, crimson silk sash and black satin 
dress pantaloons, all of the 19th Foot, about 1812. Given 
btj li. C. Anderson, Esq. 

6617-6624. - Officer's Coatee, with silver lace and buttons, and 
yellow plastrons, cocked hat, buff cross-belt with plate and 
sword slings, sword knot, pair of silver laced officer's 
wings, gorget, crimson silk sash, shako with plate (1820), 
pair of white dress pantaloons with laced fronts, and pair 
of white gaiters, all of the 77th Foot, of the period cf 
1812. Given by It. C. Anderson, Esq. 

6625. Shoulder-belt Plate of the Arbroath Volunteers, about 
1800. Given by The Rev. David Fleming. 

6626. -Officer's Shako, Cheshire Yeomanry, circa 1840. Given 
by D. Hastings Irivin, Esq, 


6627. Sword, with Scabbard and Belt, presented to E. H. Columbine, 
Esq., commander of H.M.S. " Ulysses," by the merchants 
and inhabitants of the Island of Trinidad, as a token of 
their great respect and esteem ; also as a mark of the high 
sense they entertained of his services in protecting and 
defending that island in the years 1803 and 1804, and of 
his zealous exertions to promote the interest thereof during 
his command on that station. Attached also is a document 
offering him the sum of five hundred guineas from the 
members of His Majesty's Council of the island. 

Edward Henry Columbine entered the Navy as midship- 
man on board the "Lively" at Easter, 1778. The 
" Lively " was captured in July of that year at the com- 
mencement of the action between Keppel and D'Orville off 
Ushant, and Columbine was wounded. He remained a 

Prisoner in France for eighteen months. In 1796, being 
lieutenant commanding the brig " Resolution," 14 four- 
pounder guns, he engaged seven French gun vessels off 
Cape Corse and defeated them, blowing up the flag-ship. 
He was sent home and promoted. He became a Post 
Captain in 1802 and was appointed to the " Ulysses " 50- 
gun frigate, and sent to the West Indies, and conducted 
some important enquiries relative to the government of 
Trinidad by General Picton. In 1808 he was appointed 
Commissioner for the West Coast of Africa, and in the 
following year Governor of Sierra Leone and Commodore 
on the station, commanding the " Solebay," 32 guns. 
With the squadron under his command he captured Senegal 
from the French, losing his ship in the enterprise. 8he 
was replaced by the "Crocodile." and in command of her 
he died at sea, in 1810, of yellow fever, aged 47. B<'- 
qucathed by the late Sir John Dorington, Bart. 

6628. Collection of Commemorative Medals, a 

many being leaden replicas. The number of the Medals n 
the case is 393. The stand and cases in which these Medals 
are contained were made from the timber of the Spanish 
ship " La Bahama," 74 guns, captured at the glorious 
victory of Trafalgar, 21st October, 1805. (She was the 
only prize that reached England). 

6629. A Small Bust in Marble of General Sir W. Fenwick 
Williams of Kars, Bart., G.C.B., 1800-1883. Given by 
Mrs. F. F. Tower. 

6630. -An A.D.C. to Queen Victoria Tunic, with shoulder 
cords and aiguillette, Royal Artillery pattern. Given by 
General Sir W. Campbell, K.C.B., late EM. A. 

6631. A Large Coloured Engraving, being "The Panoramic 
View from a Field Work near Alexandria, Egypt, in 1801," 
drawn by Lieutenant and Captain Samuel Walker, 3rd 
Guards, engraved by F. C. Lewis and published in 1804 
by Mr. Thompson, of Newport Street. Given by Wynn 
Corrie, Esq. 


6632. Magazine Rifle, " Chassepot-Hans," 1890 model. Given 
by H. H. Harrod, Esq. 

6633. -Officer's Belt Buckle, cap badge, and buttons of the 2nd 
West York Light Infantry Militia, worn prior to 1881. 
Given by Colonel Sir G. J. Hay, K.C.B., C.M.G. 

6634. Model of Mr. Richard Gail's patent punch screw-headed 
turbine projectile for smooth-bore guns, the object being 
to give the necessary rotating motion by means of gas 
acting direct on the rifling of the projectile, instead of 
through the agency of the gun. Bullets on this principle 
have been tried with remarkable success for smooth-bore 
muskets. The intention of the invention was to reduce 
the weakness of rifling the barrel, the projectile doing its 
own work, and thus reducing the cost of big guns and 
powder charge. Given by Colonel Sir G. J. Hay, K.C.B.^ 

6635. Group of the Following; Medals Awarded to 
John Curry, of the Royal Artillery, ciz: 

1 Crimean Medal with four clasps. 

2 China Medal, 1860, with two clasps. 

3 Medal for Distinguished Conduct in the Field. 

4 Turkish Military Medal for the Crimea. Given by 
Inspector John Curry, Metropolitan Police. 

6636. -Photograph of a recruiting poster of the 7th Light Dra- 
goons, of about 1814. Given by General Sir R. Biddulph, 
G.C.B., G.C.M.G. 

6637. A Pioneer's Sword, French, Napoleonic period. Given 
by Captain K. R. Wilson, 12th London Regiment. 

6638-6641. Officer's Lancer Cap with red and white plume, 
silver epaulette, dress sabretasche and dress pouch of the 
Duke of Cornwall's Yeomanry. This regiment was raised 
in 1816 and disbanded in 1837. Given by Messrs. Spink 
& Sons. 

6642. An Old Powder Horn, history unknown ; the base has & 
wooden cover and it is charged by removing a screw plug. 
Given by Colonel V. A. Couper. 

6643.-A Water-Colour Sketch of the wreck of H.M.S. "Eury- 

dice," after she was towed into Portsmouth Harbour; 

executed in 1879 by Wm. Parkinson. Given by the Artist. 


6644. - Field-Marshal's Saddlery & Horse-Trappings 

(By Whippy), formerly the property of Field-Marshal the 
Viscount Wofseley, K.P., P.O., G.C.B., G.C.M.G., O,M : 

Given by the Dowager Viscountess Wolseley. 

6645. A Record of "The Waterloo Ball," with photo- 
graphs and plans. Given by J. Danvers Power, Esq. 

6646. Nine Coloured Engravings, published in 1845 by 
Ackermann & Co., depicting the uniform of the First 
Regiment of Guards from 1660. 

6647. The Following Medals and Decorations which 
formerly belonged to Major Joseph Hely, llth Hussars. 
This officer had previously served as a captain in the 1st 
Lancers of the Anglo-Spanish Legion, from 1835 to 1840. : 

1 Crimean Medal with three clasps. 

2 Turkish Military Medal for the Crimea. 

3 Spanish Decoration for Military Merit. 

4 Spanish Decoration for the Battle of Morella, 30th 

May 1840. 

5 Spanish Decoration for the engagement at Irun, 

17th May, 1837. Bequeathed by the late Mrs. 
E. J. Hdy. 

6648. Officer's Belt Buckle, Royal Marine Light Infantry, 
worn up to 1857. 

6649. Officer's Light Infantry Sword, circa 1800. On the 
blade is engraved "51st Light Infantry," " Minden," and 
a crest being a kite's head with the initials J.T.K. It 
.formerly belonged to Lieut.-Colonel J. T. Keyt, C.B., who 
joined the 51st in 1798, and served through the Peninsular 
War and the Waterloo campaign. Given by W. E. 
Manners, Esq. 

6650. Round Wooden Box with the following inscription TO., 
"This is made from a piece of H.M.S. "Gibraltar." of 
80 guns, built by the Spaniards on the island of Cuba, 
and launched in 1751 by the name of " Phoenix." She was 
captured by Sir George Rodney in 1789, commanded by 
Admiral Langara. The Admiral's flag was presented to 
His Majesty King George III. by his son, Prince William 
Henry, then a midshipman in the fleet. " Well does Great 
Britain merit the Empire of the Sea 2 when the humblest 
stations of her Navy are filled by Princes of the Blood," 
said Admiral Langara. She was taken to pieces in Pem- 
broke Dockyard in 1836. Given by Frederick Couper, Esq. 


6651. The King of Ashanti's Execution Bowl, which 
formed part of the loot taken from Prempeh by the Expedi- 
tion under Colonel Sir Francis Scott in 189G. 

The Bowl, which is of brass, resembles an ordinary bath 
tub in appearance and size, and is about 5 ft. in diameter. 
On the rim are four small lions and a number of knobs, 
evidently intended as an ornamentation, and would appear 
to be of Moorish origin. There is a gap in the continuity 
of knobs to allow a space for the victim to insert his neck, 
preparatory to execution. The bowl was fully described by 
Bowdich in his account of Ashanti in 1817. Kumasi, where 
the bowl was taken, means the City of Death ; it possessed 
three places of execution one at the Palace for private 
executions, one on the parade ground for public exe- 
cutions, and a third, named, Bantama, where the bowl was 
found, for fetish sacrifices. Any great public occasion was 
seized upon as an excuse for human sacrifice, such as the 
harvest festival, at which large numbers of victims were 

The King also went every quarter to pay homage to the 
shades of his ancestors at Bantama, and on each occasion 
the death of 20 men over the great bowl was demanded. 
The blood of the victims was allowed to putrify in the 
bowl, the leaves of certain herbs being added, it was con- 
sidered a very valuable fetish medicine. 

King Prempeh was accustomed to watching the sacri- 
fices seated in a chair, with the Queen-Mother seated on 
a stool on his left, being sheltered from the sun by a large 
umbrella, which is also preserved in this Museum. Given 
by Lieut-General Sir E. S. S. Baden-Powell, K.C.S., 

6652. Four Engravings of the action between II. M. Frigate 
"Java" and the American frigate "Constitution," De- 
cember 29th, 1812. Drawn and etched by N. Pocock, from 
sketches by Lieutenant Buchanan, R.N., and engraved by 
R. and D. Havell. Given by J. H. Etherington-Smith, Esq. 

6653. - Officer's Shoulder-Belt Plate, worn by the Militia 
Battalions of the Rifle Brigade from 1881 to 1910. Given 
by Major H. Huntington, late 5th Jin. Rifle Brigade. 

6654. A Piece of the Ornamental Carved Rope Work 

on H.M. paddle steam yacht " Osborne," of 1,850 tons 
displacement and 3,360 indicated horse power. 

This vessel, built at Pembroke Dockyard in 1870, formed 
part of the Royal Yacht Establishment of H.M. Queen 
Victoria, but during her reign was mainly devoted to the 
personal use of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales (afterwards 
H.M. King Edward VII.). Given by S. G. Leeke, Esq. 


6655. Figure-Head of H. M.S. "Orion" (1851-1867). There 
have been four "Orions" in the Royal Navy: 

(1) 1,645 tons, 74 guns ; 1787 to 1814 ; served at Trafalgar. 

(2) 3,280 tons, 600 h.p., 91 guns; 1854 to 1867; served in 
the Baltic during the Russian War. 

(3) Armour-plated Corvette, 4,870 tons, 4,040 h.p., four 

25-ton 12-inch guns; 1880 to 1910; served in the 
bombardment of Alexandria, 1882. 

(4) Commissioned in 1912, 23,500 tons, 27,000 h.p., ten 

13.5-inch guns, sixteen 4-inch guns. 
Given by Castle's Shipbreaking Co., Ltd. 

6656. Two Stipple Engravings of Sailing Vessels. Gicen bi/ 
William Ellis, Esq., F.E.S. 

6657. Cap Badges of the following Militia Regiments (rank and 
file), worn previous to 1881: 

1st Durham, Royal South Wales Borderers, South Devon 
Royal East Middlesex, First Devon, Queen's Own Light 
Infantry (Edinburgh), 1st Somerset, 1st King's Own Staf- 
ford, Royal Limerick County, Kildare Rifles, Donegal, 
Royal Renfrew. 

6658. Head of a Pike found ou Shelling Hill, Augher, Co. Tyrone. 
In 1641, during the Rebellion, Augher Castle was be- 
sieged by the rebels, under Sir Phelim O'Neill, who at- 
tempted to take it by storm, but were repulsed by the 
garrison ; the Castle was relieved by Sir William and Sir 
Robert Stewart, an action being fought in which the rebels 
were defeated on the site where the pike-head was found in 
1889. Given by John Cajmichael-Ferrall, Esq., D.L. 

6659. Model of anl8-ton M.L. Naval Gun, made by the Armourer on 
board H.M.S. " Northumberland," about 1878, for the late 
Admiral George Stanley Bosanquet (1835-1914), and given 
in his memory by Wm. Cecil Bosanquet, Esq., M.A., M.I). 

666O. Two Miniature Busts carved in ebony wood, represent- 
ing Sir Henry Havelock and Sir Colin Campbell, executed 
in India about 1857. Given by Messrs. Hill & Son. 

6661. Small Wooden Box made out of the Japanese Steamer 
" Hoboku Maru," which was commanded by Commander 
Horose, who lost his life in the attempt to place his ship 
so that when sunk, she blocked the harbour of Port Arthur 
(May, 1904). Given by Admiral Sir Alfred Winsloe, K.C.B., 
C.V.O., C.M.G. 


6662. Brass Fife-Case, which formerly belonged to the band of 
the Royal Artillery. It bears the Royal Arms and the 
badge of the R.A. From the design of the Arms its date 
must have been between 1832 and 1837. The Case was 
carried by the soldier suspended by a cord similar to the 
trumpet cords of the present day. Given by Captain II G 
Parkyn, 5th Bn. Rifle Brigade. 

6663 Collection of Embroidered Officers' Cap 
Badges, worn previous to 1881, of the following Line Battalions, 
viz. : 2nd, 3rd, 12th, 13th, 17th, 20th, 24th, 27th, 28th, 
29th, 38th, 39th, 40th, 49th, 51st, 55th, 56th 58th, 65th. 
72nd, 76th, 80th, 84th, 85th, 87th, 94th, and 98th. Givn 
by Messrs. C. Smith & Co., Gold Lacemen. 

6664. Collection of Embroidered Officers' Collar 
Badges, worn previous to 1881, of the following regiments : 
Grenadier Guards, Coldstream Guards, Scots Guards, 2nd, 
4th, 14th, 16th, 21st, 33rd, 40th, 49th, 55th, 63rd, 6Sth, 
76th, 87th, 88th, and King's Own Borderers. Given by 
Messrs. C. Smith & Co., Gold Lacemen. 

6665. A Collection of Miscellaneous Embroidered 
Officers' Cap Badges. (firen by Messrs. C. Smith 8f Co., 
Gold Lacemen. 

6666. A Collection of Officers' Embroidered Cap 
Badges, worn previous to 1881, of the following Militia Regi- 
ments, viz.: 3rd Royal Surrey, Herefordshire Royal 
London 4th West York, East Norfolk, West Suffolk, Royal 
South Lincoln, 2nd Royal Lanark, Royal Meath, South 
Mayo and Rutland. Given by Messrs. C. Smith & Co., Gold 
Lacemen. . 

6667. - Coatee of the Royal Tyrone Regiment of Militia of the early 
part of the 19th century. This regiment was originally 
numbered the 2nd Regiment of Irish Militia, but was after- 
wards renumbered the 80th Regiment of Militia (U.K.). 
In 1854 it became the Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, and is now 
the 3rd Bn. of the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Given by 
Colonel Henry Irvine, C.B. 

6668.- Officer's Belt Buckle of the Royal Tyrone Fusiliers, 
worn previous to 1881. Given by Colonel Henry Irvine, 

6669. A Shirt of English Chain Mail with Hood, intended 
to be worn under the plate armour. This Shirt is peculiar 
for the large rings upon the shoulders. Chain mail is 
formed by a number of iron rings, each ring having four 
others inserted into it and thus forming a kind of net-work, 
every ring being separately riveted. It is probably tho 
12th century. 


667O. The Head of the Burutu Bird, with a quiver contain- 
ing a bundle of arrows. The native hunters of Northern 
Nigeria fasten heads of this description on their foreheads 
and drape themselves with blue clothes. They then stalk 
the various buck and when near enough shoot them with 
arrows. The beak is taken from a snake eating bird, and 
the remainder of the head is made out of leather. The red 
seeds on the neck are to represent the red feathers the bird 
has. It is very difficult to obtain these heads as the 
natives place the highest value on them. This specimen 
was obtained from the village of Kagerko-Baho in the 
Nassarawa Province of Northern Nigeria. Given by 
Lieutenant Donald Greig, R.N. 

6671. Shoulder-belt Plate of the East Somerset Local Regiment 
of Militia, date about 1808. 

6672. An Artist's Proof Engraving entitled "The Attack of 
the Vanguard (commanded by Sir W. Winter) on the 
Spanish Armada," from the painting by Sir O. Brierley, 
engraved by A. Whitmore. Presented by the Council of the 
Arts Union of London. 

6673. A Steel Pistol Ramrod with priming Powder-Horn of 
Persian origin. Given by Lieut. -Colonel W. H. M. Jackson, 
late 81st Regiment. 

6674. Seventeen Line Engravings published in 1725 at 
Brussels, depicting scenes in the Dutch War of Indepen- 
dence against the Spaniards. Given by Sir Philip Water- 
low, Bart. 

6675. - Ammunition Pouch Ornament, universal pattern, 
William IV. period. Given by Colonel E. Montagu. 

6676-6680. Officer's Dress Coattee, Shell Jacket 
Shako, Undress Cap and Shoulder-Beit Plate of 

the 45th Bengal Native Infantry, about 1840. The Shako 
plate is 10 years later, having been renewed. Purchased. 

6681. Model of the White Star Royal Mail Steamship 
"Britannic" (the first), built by Harlaud & Wolff in 1874. 
Length 467 ft., breadth 45 ft., depth 33 ft. tonnage 5,004 
tons. This historic vessel made 271 round voyages from 
Liverpool to New York, steaming 2,032,500 statute miles, 
consuming 560,407 tons of ooal in doing so, and carrying 
395,396 passengers. She acted as Transport, No. 62, during 
the South African War, making 11 voyages to Cape Town, 
and carrying 20,728 Officers and Men. She also took out 
to Australia the Imperial representative corps, composed 
of details of various branches of the British Army on the 
occasion of the inauguration of the Commonwealth of 
Australia, at Sydney, on 1st January, 1901. Given by Th? 
White Star Line. 


6682. Pair of Regimental Colours of the 2nd Battalion of 
the British German Legion, which was raised for service 
during the Crimean War. 

6684. Pair of Regimental Colours of the dtli Battalion of 
the British German Legion, which was raised for service 
during the Crimean War. 

6686. Pair of Regimental Colours of the 1st Battalion of the 
British Foreign Legion, which was raised for service during 
the Crimean War. 

6688. The King's Colour of the 6Hi Battalion of the British 
German Legion, which was raised for service during the 
Crimean War. (This completes the pair to Exhibit 2052, 
the Regimental Colour already in the Museum.) 

6689. The King's Colour of the 3rd Battalion of the British 
German Legion, which was raised for service during the 
Crimean War. 

669O. The King's Colour of the 1st Light Infantry Battalion of 
the British Swiss Legion, which was raised for service 
during the Crimean War. (This completes the pair to 
Exhibit 2054, the Regimental Colour already in the 

6691. The Regimental Colour of the Devon Local Militia, 1808 
to 1816. 

6692. A Regimental Colour consisting of the Cross of St. 
George, the topmost quarter bearing the Union Flag 
previous to 1802. Regiment unknown. 

6693. King's Colour, regiment unknown, bearing the Cypher of 
King George III., its date is subsequent to 1802. 

All the above-mentioned Colours have been transferred 
from the Tower of London, and placed in repair by the 

6694. The Werndle Carbine, calibre -600, Austrian make. 


6695. The Albini Carbine, of Belgian Manufacture. 

6696. The Martini-Henry Mackenzie Rifle; the breach is 
engraved with the Arms of Persia on one side and two lions 
on the other. 

These three Exhibits formed part of those taken from 
gun-runners in the Persian Gulf by vessels of the Royal 
Navy in 1912, under the command of Rear-Admiral Sir 
E. J. W. Slade, K.C.I. E., K.C.V.O., and are given by the 
Secretary of State for India. 

6697. A Line Engraving entitled "The Death of General Wolfe," 
at Quebec, September 13th, 1759, engraved by William 
Woollett, from the painting by Benjamin West. 

6698. A Photograph of a Line Engraving of "The Martyrdom 
of King Charles I.," from a book of Common Prayer, dated 



Abercromby, General Sir R., " Pair of Pistols "of ... 206 

Abyssinia, Key ... ... 6311 

Acre, Siege of, Piece of Shell ... 520 

Aden, Crescent of Mosque .. 556 

Afghan War, 1842, Pewter Tankard 7,001 

Air Guns, German 2528 

By Wheeler 2525 

11 Alert," H.M.S., Sledge of 6081 

Algiers, Lord Exmouth's Trophy 335^ 

American Civil War, Southern Army Dollar Bills ... ... 854 

American War, Correspondence at Ticonderoga, 1777 ... 226 

Native Powder Horn ... ... ... 231 

Paper Note for One Shilling 227 

Powder Horn ... 229 

Scalping Knife ... ... ... . 230 

Jecumseh's Stick 195 

Anchors, Dredged up off Slaine's Castle 4 

From Wreck of H.M.S. "Edgar" 1208 

Spanish Armada ... .. 878 

Anholt, Attack on, Danish Officer's Sword 337 

Anklets, Sandwich Islands ... ... ... ... ... 800 

Alexandria, Bombardment of. Figure Head of H.M.S. 

"Condor" ... 6263 

Aquatints, Field of Waterloo ... ... ... ... ... 6373 

Arctic Relics, Parry's Expedition ... 1568 

Franklin Expedition ... 362, 388 to 409, 1569 

Esquimaux Snow Shovels ... 1570 

Armada, Relic of ... 537 

Arrows, California 1622 

Central Africa 576, 578, 1577, & 2995 

Chinese 2786 to 2790 & 2844 to 2850 

Japanese 2889102891 

S. America ... 1610, 1619. 1623, 1624, 1625 

N. America 1626 

N. Australia 2986 

Mundo Tribe, with Pouch ... ... 1526 

Bhootanee, with Quiver i7 86 & X 7 8 7 

Quiver of Central Africa ... ... 1518 

Quiver with, Central Africa 1528, 1529, and 1530 

Quiver with, Mandingo *7 21 

Quiver with, N. W. America ... ... 1620 

Quiver of, S. America i5 62 


Arrows, Quiver of, S. Australia 1703 & 1704 

Sheath of. New Hebrides 1510 

Spade-shaped Head, Central Africa 578 

Hindustan, with barbed heads 575 

Barbed Heads, S.E. Africa 577 

Crusaders 574 

Armour, Burgonet, i;th Century ... 1149 

Cabasset, Italian 1123, 1125, 1127, 1129, and 1130, 

1146, and 2587 
Casque ... ... 1131, 1132, 1137 to 1144, 1148 

Chamfron 2591 & 2615 

Dervish Chain Mail 3 OI 4> 5 X 7^ & 5179 

French Cuirass from Waterloo ... 13 

Helmet with Vizor 1147 

Helmet, i7th Century 1150 

Gauntlet, left-hand ... 966 

Mats of, Sandwich Islands 796 & 797 

Miniature man-at-Arms 328 

Morions 1124, 1126, 1128, 1145, 2586, 2589 and 5283 
Pikeman's Suit 1117, 1118, 1120, 1121, 1122, 

2590 and 5284 
Sikh Arm-guard ... ... ... ... ... 1498 

Suits of English .. 2575, and 2576 

Suit of Maltese 1119 

Suit of Sikh Chain 2677 

Suit of Fibre ... ... 1805 

Armlets, Dervish ... 3136, 3154 

Ashanti War, War Trumpet 201 

Knife 200 

Fetish Tree 2346 

"Asia." H.M.S, Navarino Shot 6059 

Assaye, Battle of, Spoons picked up at ... ... ... 203 

Assegais 1547, 1548, 1549, 1571, 1574 

Assignats, French Republic ... 6205 

Athlone, Siege of. Grape Shot ... ... 252 

Stone Shot 6093 

Autograph Letters, Marshal Schomberg ... ; 958 

John Nicholson ... 962 

General C. G. Gordon 6246 

Marshal Bertrand 686 

Field-Marshal Bliicher 672 

General Sir Colin Campbell 673 

General G. Carleton 685 

Adml. Lord Cochrane 670 

Adml. Lord Collingwood 667 

Lord Cornwallis 674 

Admiral Sir J. J. Duckworth 689 

Admiral Lord Duncan 682 

Sir John Franklin 678 

H.M. King George III 680 


Autograph Letters, Prince Hardenberg ... 683 

General Viscount Hill 688 

Lieut. -General Lumley 676 

Samuel Pepys 913, and 914 

Peter Pett 913 

Sir Cloudesley Shovel! 916 

Maria Teresa of Austria 675 

Vice-Admiral Lord Nelson 662, 663, 

665, 666 and 3229 

Admiral Lord St. Vincent 664 

Prince Eugene of Savoy 684 

Field-Marshal Lord Seaton 3^5 

H.R.H. Prince Frederick Duke of York 687 

Marquis of Wellesley 690 

Duke of Wellington 668 

King William IV. 681 

Axes, Headsman's, Mauritius 2204 


Back, Admiral Sir George, Medals and Decorations of ... 44 

Badges, Cavalry ... 6137 

42nd Highlanders 462 

Shropshire Yeomanry 844 

Line and Militia Regiments ... ... 2347 

2oth Regiment 3 IGI 

I3th Light Dragoons 4&> 

29th Regiment 4 86 and 4 8 7 

Regiments raised in S. Africa 620 

R. E. Militia 99 2 

State Waterman S3 6 

Ballinamuck, French Sword taken at 5375 

Bandoliers, Musketeers 561 

Barometers, Lord Howe's 2 354 

H.M.S. " Temeraire " i 

Barossa, Battle of, Map of Spain taken at 432 

Bar-Shot. Beachy Head 6086 

Specimens of 6104, 6105, 6106 

Battle-Axes, Basuto 1607 

Bechuana 1194 

Burmese 2867, and 2868 

Central Indian 1486 

Central Africa 1503, 1515, 2993, 2996, and 2997 

Chinese ~ 2795 

Chota Nagpur 1494 

Ghurka 1225 

Hindu 1392, 1393, 1395, 1396, 2310, 2311 and 2312, 

2855 to 2857 

Kaffir 1608 & 2998 

Oriental 2117 & 2118 

Steel Mace, Indian 1224 

Turkish 2328 

Heavy, with Spike ... 1491 

Baxter, Oil Pictures ... ... 908 . , 

Bayonets, 1907 Pattern i>*^ 

Russian ... ... ... 210 & 211 

Sword, Brunswick ... ... 5049 to 5106 

Plug ... ... ... 255, 2157, 2158, 2198 

Beaver, SS., Piece of a timber of ... ... 6322 

Bells, Russian 2345 

Burmese ... ... 1177 

Chinese ... ... ... 1178 & 1179 

Vaal River ... 1201 

Ville de Paris ... - 769 

Belt Buckles, 8th Regiment ... 6005, and 6037 

43rd Light Infantry ... 430 

49th Regiment ... ... ... 6254 

Hyderabad Contingent ... ... 300 

R-N 275, 327 

95th Regiment 277 

Scots Guards, Piper ... 363 

2ist Foot 6071 

Royal Dockyard Battalion ... ... ... 326 

Royal Marines ... 276 

Royal Military Academy ... ... .. 367 

Wilts Militia ' ... '. 6016 

7th Fusiliers ... ... ... 428 

i6th Regiment ... ... ... 6012 

i7th Regiment ... 692 

3oth Regiment ... ... 850 

38th Regiment ... ... 477 


Belt Buckles, aoth Regiment 6127 

24th Regiment 6133 

Sist Regiment 6324 

BenboWj Admiral, Drawing of Birth Place ... ... ... 976 

Bertrand, Marshal, Autograph Letter 686 

Bits, Soudanese Camel 1540 

Blake, Admiral Robert, Document with Signature ... ... 482 

Blow-pipes, " S. America " ... ... ... ... ... 1612 

Bliicher, Field-Marshal, "Autograph Letter" 672 

Bronze Statuette 6247 

Coloured Print of 6148 

Sketches of 969 

Blunderbusses 2377, 2378, 2379, 2386, 2446, 2449, 2450 & 2^65 

Boat Models, Burmese ... ... 2101 to 2104 

Chinese ... 1210, 1211 & 1212, 2105 & 2192 

Collapsible ... ... ... ... 2901, 2902, 2905 

For Disembarkation 6047 

For landing Horses 2900, 2903 

With Fish tank 2904 

Self-righting Life Boat 5315 & 5316 

Maltese Galley 2202 

Boomerangs 1674 to 1678, 1705, 1768 to 1775 

Boulogne, Flotilla, Tiller of 1581 

" Bounty," H.M.S.. Gun of 1215 

"Bounty," H.M.S., Sea Chest 1216 

Relics of ... 522 to 527, 805 

Telescope 521 

Bows and Arrows, Humbolt's Bay ... ... ... ... 1076 

Bows, Amazon River ... 1563, 1564 

Central Africa I 5o7 > JSoS 

Ceylon ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1804 

Chinese 2829, 2832, 2833, 2834 

Cross, W. Africa 1617 

Darnley Island 2989 

Island of Madura 2985 

Japanese 2892, 2893 

Madagascar 1722 

N. American, Indian ... ... ... ... ... 1509 

Nubian 1753 

S. American 1613 & 1621 

Upper Nile ... 152^ 

Zanzibar 1723 

" Boyne," H.M.S., Jug from Wreck of 540 

Relics of 547 

Bracelets, Hog's Tusks 801 

Brant, Chief of the Mohawks, Portrait of - 602 

Buddha, Terra Cotta Figure of ... 6082 

" Britannia, H.M.S., Pendant Board Signed by Nelson ... 652 
Boyne, Battle of, Leaden and Iron Balls from 251 


Bugles, King's African Rifles 6332 

Royal Gloucester Militia ... 6325 

Burmese War. Muster Roll 197 

Prints of 6142 

Busby Grenades, loist Fusiliers 993 

Bussaco, Battle of, Cannon BalT and Bullets from ... 6198 

Busts, Duke of Wellington 1232 

Byng, Admiral John, Papers with reference to 643 


Cabassets, Italian 2215 

" Caledonia," H.M.S., Model of 427 

Cambridge, H.R.H., Duke of, "Field-Marshal's Uniform" 

115 to 124 
Staff Officer's Uniform 125 to 130 

Saddlery, etc 131 to 134 

1 7th Lancers Uniform 3311 

to 3313 

Campbell, Gen. Sir Colin, " Autograph Letter " 673 

Canoe Paddles, Easter Islands .. 1034, IO 4 & IO 4 I 

Fiji Islands 1021 to 1023, 1044, 1046, 1069 

Friendly Islands 1066 & 1072 

Harvey Islands 1004 to 1008, 1054, 1063, 

1065 & 1071 

Marquesas Islands 1108 to 1113 

New Caledonia 1036 

New Zealand iiio&im 

St. Christopher's Island ... 1045 & 1048 

Sandwich Islands 1064, 1151 & 1152 

Savage Island 1082 

Society Islands ... ... 1104 & 1105 

Canoes, Burmese, Model of 1197 & 1198 

Greenland 1202 

New Guinea 1203 

Southern Nigeria 1192 & 1193 


Cap Badges, Infantry prior to 1881, Collection of 886 

23rd Regiment 897 

37th ,, 6262 

43rd 898 

65th ,, 902 

68th Light Infantry 6363 

Royal Archers 278 

Royal Marines 273 & 274 

Royal Reserve Cavalry 6136 

Royal Soots 270 

Capri, Island of, " Grape shot found in " 6257 

Captain, H.M.S. " Piece of Bowsprit " 541 

Stand of Binnacle 3326 

Carbines, Calisher's Patent 5239 

Cavalry M.L., S.B., 1825 5320 

Cavalry M.L., Percussion 1830 53 J 9 

City of London Light Horse 2373 

Flint-lock M.L., Maton's pattern 1834 5318 

Cavalry Flint-lock 1836 5023 

Combined with Lance 1800 2460 

Double-barrelled rifled, 1854 5305 

6th Dragoons, brought from Waterloo 1214 

Evan's patent repeating 1868 1458 

Flint-lock, 1840 17.30 

Flint-lock Cavalry, 1830 2447 

French, 1848 2470 

Flint-lock Musquetoon ... ... ... ... 2523 

French Flint-lock ... 2458 

Flint-lock rifled ... 5238, 5245, 5252, 5253, 5255 

Flint-lock, William III. 2430 & 2432 

French percussion 2464 & 2468 

French Flint-lock, 1799 ... ... ... ... 2433 

George IV. Cavalry 2380 

German Double- wheel Lock, 1700 2462 

Lancaster R.E. 5 2 74 

Flint-lock Musquetoon 2629 & 2630 

Joscelyn patent 2738 

Manner's patent ... 2369 

Martini-Henry r 454, I 45S 2622 

Mauser 2621 & 5286 

Maynard's Patent 5250 

North's Patent 2370 

Patent B.L 1456 

Percussion M.L. 5251 

Percussion, R.A. Pattern 5 2 59 

Percussion, R.E. Pattern 5269 

Percussion, 1857 5248 

Portuguese Flint-lock, 1792 2454 

Prince's Patent 1459 

Queen's Light Dragoons 2372 


Carbines, Reeves' Patent 2368 

Rifle Flint-lock, 1840 ,.. 2455 

R.H.G. George III 5240 

Russian Cavalry, 1820 2452 & 2453 

Russian Flint-lock, 1805 2456 

Sharpe's Patent ... 5237 & 5249 

Springfield, 1873 H57 

Turkish 2493 

Turkish Flint-lock 2522 

Victoria ... 5270 

Westley-Richards 2618 & 6060 

Whitworth, 1865 1428 

Woolwich Cadets 5254 

Carleton, General G., " Autograph Letter " ... ... 685 

Cartouche Box, " Goorgh " 571 

Cartridge Boxes, Albanian 564 

Greek 565 

Montenegro ... 570 

Russian 566 

Syrian 568 

Catchpole, i5th Century, German 2133 

Chain Shot, Chinese 6103 & 6108 

Chairs, Capitulation of Sedan ... 1576 

Charles ist, King, Facsimile of Warrant for Execution ... 820 

Charms, Sailor's Anchor ... 2070 

Chesapeake, U.S. Frigate, Signal Book 532 

China, Boxer Coats, Hat, etc 5279 to 5282 

Mandarin's Plume 345 

Chinese Arms, Collection of 2549 to 2563 

Dress, Tartar General's Uniform 3302 

China War, 1842, Part of Shot H.M.S. "Nemesis" ... 1186 

Chinese Junk, Model of 469 

Chopper, Chinese Nose and Ear 2791 

Clubs, Australian 787, 1681 to 1684, 1687, 1752 & 1779 

Sandwich Islands ... ... 7^8 

Central Africa 1516, 1522 & 1523 

Captain Cook's from' Owhyhee 552 

Fiji Islands 1886, 1898, 1900, 1902 to 1910, 1916 to 

1920, 1922 to 1924, 1930, 1931 

Four-sided, British Guiana 1531 to 1539 

Friendly Islands 1929, 1934 to 1940 

Kingsmill Islands 1058 

Mandan Indians 1520 & 1521 

New Caledonia 1911 

New Guinea ... ... ... ... ... ... 1816 

New Zealand ... 1699 

Nubian 1724 to 1727 & 1781 

Omida Indians 1517 

Orinoco River District 1514 

Otaheit6 1915 


Clubs, S. E. Africa 1598, 1599, 1601, 1602 

W. Africa 1700 & 1708 

Zululand 1600 

Cochrane, Admiral Lord, "Autograph Letter" ... ... 670 

Coins, Dervish ... 3143 to 3145 

Franc-pieces (Siege of Cattaro) 180 

Portuguese, Commemorative of Peninsula War ... 6201 

Colling\vood, Admiral Lord, " Autograph Letter " 667 

Gold Naval Medal " ... 3361 

Medals and Relics of 3362 

Swords of 3363 

Colours (Regimental) 2nd Gurkha Rifles ... 2043 to 2046 

3rd Gurkha Rifles ... 2047 & 2048 

ist Light Infantry, British Swiss 

Legion 2054 

2nd do ... 2049 

4th Light Infantry, British German 

Legion 2055 

6th do 2051 

39th Madras Light Infantry ... ... 2649 

4ist Regiment ... ... ... ... 262 

43rd Light Infantry ... 2037 & 2038 

52nd do. ... ... 2039 & 2040 

ist Battalion du D6partement de 1' 

Aveyron 2004 

2nd Battalion du Dcpartement des 
Bouches du Rhone ... ... ... 2003 

22nd French Regiment ... ... 2006 

26th French Regiment 2005 

52nd French Regiment ... ... 2001 

62nd French Regiment (Provisional) 2007 

33rd Regiment 2035 2036 

54th Regiment ... ... ... 6375 & 6376 

66th Regiment 2041 & 2042 

io2nd Regiment ... ... ... 1226 

logth Regiment 998 & 999 

Herefordshire Militia 2053 

Portion of 2oth Regiment ... ... 3084 

Royal Merioneth Militia 2052 

Royal Knightsbridge Volunteers ... 6018 

S. Hants Militia ... 2056 

Volontaires du De"partement de la 

Cor?e 200? 

Commissions, Captain's, Charles II 2206 

Mountjoy's Regiment of Foot, 1707 ... 955 

Lord Nelson's to the Hinchinbroke, 1779 ... 48 
Westminster Volunteer Cavalry, 1803 ... 954 

Ten of Sir Adam Williamson 950 

Nine of Gen. George Williamson 951 

Compasses, Boats, early igth Century 5377 

Chinese ... 519 & 520 


Condor, H.M.S., Figure-head of ... 6263 

Cook, Captain James, Chronometer of ... ... ... 347 

Relics of ... 348, 551 to 553, 555 & 1204 

Sailing Directions ... ... ... 349 

Sword of ... ... ... ... 342 

Corunna, Diary of loth Royal Hussars 3352 

Cornwallis, Lord, " Autograph Letter of " ... ... ... 674 

Covenanters, John Balfour's Bible 253 

Cre"cy, Battle of, Iron coffer dug up on Field 2096 

Crimean War, Alma Despatch Bag 217 

Balaclava Trumpet 1228 

Bronze Arms of Russia 614 

Model of Russian Battleship ... ... 425 

Russian Bayonets 210 & 211 

Bell from Sebastopol ... 2345 

Bust of Catherine 1 220 

Cossack Pouch 2339 

4th Light Dragoon Relics of Balaclava ... 303 

French Permit to Trenches 471 

Russian Helmet Plates 353 & 354 

ist Shot fired in 6084 

Captain Nolan's Cloak 2906 

Part of Mast of H.M.S. "Blenheim" ... 1184 

Lord Raglan's Despatch Bag 3090 

Russian Band Instrument ... 2008 

Russian Climbing Irons ... ... ... 212 

Russian Eikons 213,2097102100,2343 

Inkerman Despatch Bag ... 218 

Lock of Malakof Gun ... ... ... ... 216 

Russian Epaulettes ... ... ... 221 & 2342 

Russian Lock ... 214 

Sebastopol Church Key 215 

Piece of Timber of "The Twelve Apostles " 544 

Figure of St. George ... 6352 

Russian Helmet Plate ... 6306 

Cromwell, Naseby Bullets ... 246 

Cavalier's Gauntlets 235 

Marston Moor Shot and Bullets ... ... ... 248 

Relief in oak of ... 352 

Sword of ... ... ... 209 

Cross-bows, Central Africa ... ... ... ... ... 2994 

Chinese ... 2801 to 2806 

English I7th Century 2166 & 2231 

French Stirrup, i5th Century 2223 

German 2167 to 2169 

Cutlass, Five-bladed for Boarding 2163 

INDEX. 11 


Darts, Admiralty Islands 2956 & 2957 

Daggers, Abyssinian 1712 & 1716 

Afghan 2313 

Armenian 2334 

Borneo 2293 

Burmese ... 1389, 1390, 1391, 2318, 2319, 2320 

Central Africa 1594, 1595 & 1597 

Chinese 2779 to 2784 

Dervish 3134 

Greek 2307 & 2315 

Hindoo Khouttar 2280 & 2281 

Indian, 1336101343, 1381, 2277, 2283, 2298,2304, 2305, 

2306, 2322, 2325, 2326, 2331, 2335 

Javanese 1828 to 1833, 2291, 2292, 2294, 2295, 2301 

Mahratta "... 1278 to 1299, 2872 to 2875 

Malay 1834 to 1836, 2296, 2297, 2299, 2300, 2302 & 2327 

Mandingo I 7 I 5 

Moorish 2323, 2330 

Nigerian 1591 

N.W. America 2308 

Nubian 2317 

Persian 2282 & 2321 

Saxon 585 

Spanish 2160, 2162, 2237 & 2309 

Syrian 2332 

Two-pointed, S. American i5 2 5 

Turkish 2267 & 2316 

W. Africa 1689 to 1692 & 1707 

Decorations, Badge of the Garter 46 

Royal Geographical Society (Emin Relief) ... 6310 
Order of the Bath, Mnj.-Gen. E. W. H. de 

Lancy Lowe 890 

Legion of Honour 50, 168, 176 & 177 

Chinese Double Dragon 52 

Dooranee Empire 6258 

St. John of Jerusalem 53 

Roumanian " De La Couronne " 47 

Servian " De Takovo " 48 

Turkish Medjidie 51 

12 INDEX. 

Dervish Quilted Jibbas 5183, 5184 & 6276 

Camel Bit ... 6278 

Camel Ornament ... ... ... ... ... 6279 

Quilted Head-piece 6277 

Child's Jibba ... ... 5*99 

Deserters, Branding Instrument 847 

Dettingen, Battle of, " Cavalry Pistol " ... 249 

French Cartouche Box ... ... ... ... 250 

Diaz Bartholomew, "Portion of Marble Cross " 334 

Dirks, French Officer's, Trafalgar 87 

Highland 239 & 2161 

Volunteer Ensigns ... ... ... ... ... 1231 

Drake, Sir Francis, Coat of Arms ... 550 

Snuff Box 344 

Walking Stick ... 343 

Drawings, Battle of Blenheim ... 932 

Burnham Thorpe Rectory 933 

General Sir Hope Grant 6121 

Midshipman, 1819 816 

The Burning of Payta, 1741 ... 836 

Battle of Alexandria ... 6113 

"Dreadnought," H.M.S., Model of, 1690 ... 424 

Drinkwater, Col. John, Gorget of 6048 & 6050 

Shoulder belt, Plate of 6049 

Drums, W. Africa ... ... ... ... ... 2026 & 2029 

Central Africa ... ... ... 2024, 2025 & 2027 

Afghan, Pair of Kettle 2032 

Ashanti 987, 2028, 2030 & 2031 

Chinese ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2843 

Dervish ... ... I 9 2 5, 1926, 5191, 5197, & 5198 

Hervey Islands ... ... 2954 

New Caledonia ... ... ... ... ... ... 1020 

Hawaii ... ... ... 1074 

Russian, Side ... ... 2626 

Duckworth, Admiral Sir J. J., Autograph Letter 689 

Duncan, Admiral Lord ,, ,, ... ... 682 

Boarding Pike, Camperdown 339 

Memorial Patch Box ... 899 

Medallion Portrait ... ... ... 329 

Dunkirk, Siege of, Tricolour Sash 335 

Dutch Warship, Model of ... 437 

INDEX. 13 


Edgar, H.M.S. "Spirit Bottle from wreck of 546 

Gun-lashing of 545 

Egyptian War, " Alexandria Flag-Staff truck " 1182 

Elliot, General Sir A. " Oil Painting of Balaclava Charge 6067 
Zulu Statue 6068 

Engravings, ist Life Guards 693, 694, 709 & 748 

Royal Horse Guards 695, 696 & 815 

Dragoon Guards ... 710 

4th Dragoon Guards 865 

2nd Dragoons .. 863 

4th Light Dragoons ... ... 864 

nth Light Dragoons ... ... 858 

i3th Light Dragoons 708 & 738 

7th Hussars ' 746 

loth Hussars 697, 746 & 862 

iSth Hussars 698 & 746 

i6th Lancers 737 

Royal Horse Artillery 711 & 740 

Royal Artillery 700, 747, 811 & 86 1 

Coldstream Guards 707 

3rd Foot Guards ... ., 701 

23rd Fusiliers 702 & 714 

26th Regiment 857 

33rd Regiment 715 

6oth Rifles 713 & 718 

62nd Regiment 703 

73rd Highlanders 717 

79th Highlanders 716 

87th Fusiliers 704, 705 & 749 

Rifle Brigade .. 719 

Bengal Horse Artillery 720 

i9th Bengal Light Cavalry 721 

65th Bengal Infantry 722 

Bombay Horse Artillery ... 724 

65th Bombay Infantry 725 

Bombay Lancers 723 

Jacob's Horse 732 

Madras Horse Artillery ... ... 727 

Madras Bodyguard 726 

Madras Infantry 728, 729 & 730 

Military Caricatures, 1860 6315 

Action between Shannon & Chesapeake ... 866 

14 INDEX. 

Engravings, Addiscombe Cadets 739 

Banqueting House, Whitehall 615, 625, 626 & 971 
The Horse Guards ... ... 604, 972, 973 

Battle of Navarino 818 

Billingsgate Volunteers 610 

Bombardment of St. Jean d'Arc 918 

Bundlecund Legion 734 

Capture of Amoy 922 

Execution of King Charles ist 623, 637 & 638 

Charles ist, " The George " of 616 

Portrait of Charles ist ... ... ... ... 639 

Sebastopol 63^1 

Storming of Chusan Heights 923 

Clerkenwell Cavalry 611 

Field Marshal Lord Cobham 1221 

Captain Cook, Death of 603 

,, ,, Portrait of 645 

Oliver Cromwell .... 636 

Prince Eugene of Savoy 6367 

Diamond, H.M.S. 927 

Diamond Jubilee, 1897 ^ ... 6295 

Funeral Car of Duke of Wellington 935 

Earl of Orkney 1220 

East India Company, Officer of 706 

East India Volunteers 896 

English Hussar ... ... ... ... ... 859 

French, Various Types of Ships ... 751 to 765 

Halt of Troops 812 

H.M.S. "The Sovereign of the Seas " 6294 

The Highlanders 833 

Holbein Gate, Whitehall 624 

Nabob of Carnatic ... 867 

Island of Banda Neira 821 

Bust of James ist 635 

Statue of James 2nd ... 631 

Lord Lake ... ... ... ... ... ... 906 

The Line 712 

" The Prince Royal " 6290 

Merton Place ... ... ... ... ... 644 

Marquis of Anglesey ... ... ... ... 813 

Siege of Barcelona 6284 

Splendid Record of British Bravery ... ... 819 

Hyderabad Nautch 868 

Battle of the Nile 618 

Volunteer Corps of the City of London, 1799 ... 6384 

Volunteer Corps of Westminster, 1799 6383 

Volunteers, 1806 ... 6309 

Nyzam's Cavalry 73 1, 732 & 750 

INDEX. 15 

Engravings, Horse Guards, 1720 640 

Panorama of Bosphorus 6145 

Rocket Practice 860 

Royal Wagon Train 699 

Series "England's Glory " 770 to 777 

Set of Havannah Expedition 817 

Siege of St. John of Acre 926 

Spanish Man of War 822 

Stanfield's Trafalgar 617 

Victoria, Queen, and H.R.ll. The Prince 

Consort 743 

View of the British Army 904 

View from Knightsbridge Barracks 892 

Victory^ H.M.S 621 

French Man of War 823 & 824 

Duke of Wellington 905 

Whitehall 632, 634 & 641 

Sir Robert Wilson 907 

Cardinal Wolsey 633 

Yeomen of the Guard ... 619 

Epaulettes, 3rd Light Dragoons 489 

i6th Light Dragoons 557 

i6th Lancers 488 

54th Foot 6253 

95th Regiment ... 24 

Light Infantry 6197 

Royal Engineers 29 

Bengal Engineers 490 

Royal Marine Light Infantry 491, 492 

Pair of Staff ... ... 35 

Yeomen of the Guard 26 

Royal Dockyard Battalion 30 

Royal Monmouthshire Light Infantry ... ... 3299 

Shropshire Yeomanry 844 

Staffordshire Yeomanry 479 

Russian 221 

Erebus, H.M.S. " Roll of Crew" 661 

Eurydice, H.M.S., " Model of " ... ... 438 

Exmouth, Admiral Viscount, "Silver Gilt Trophy" ... 3356 

Swords of ... 3357 & 3358 



Fibre Armour, Kingsmill Islands ... 2960 

Flags, Boats Ensign, H. M.S. " Hecla " 9 

Chinese Banner from Taku Fort ... ... ... 12 

Dervish Banner of the Devil 6119 

Khalifa's ... 2936 

Mahdi's ... 5213 

Omdurman (Dervish) ... 5188, 5190, 5193 & 5212 

Pendant (French) captured 1796 ... 194 

Transvaal Republic and Orange Free State ... 6307 & 6308 

U.S. Frigate "Chesapeake" 1229 

Flissas, Arab 2276 

Turkish ... ... ... ... ... 2268 

Foreign Orders, Chinese Precious Star ... ... ... 3089 

Prussian Iron Cross 3301 

Foudroyant, H. M.S., " Model of " 513 

Fowling Pieces, Double-Barrelled Flint-lock ... ... 2631 

Double-Barrelled B.L. Pin-fire ... ... 2534 

English (1800) ... ... 2400 

German 2539 

B.L. German Flint-lock ... 2463 

German Wheel-lock ... ... ... 2435 

Italian Wheel-lock ... ... ... ... 2398 

Boer 2624 

Franklin, Sir John, "Autograph Letter " .. 678 

Portraits of 679 & 856 

Frederick The Great, Coloured Print of ... 6146 

Frigate, " Model of a 30 Gun " ... 433 

Fury, H.M.S., ist Shot in Crimean War ... 6084 

Oil Painting of , 6083 

INDEX. 17 


Gardner, Admiral Lord, " Portrait of " 467 

George III., H.M. King, " Autograph Letter " 680 

Gibraltar, Cypher Rods 225 

Brass Candlesticks 222 

Engraving of 516 

Grape-shot 238 

Plan of, 1738 953 

Relic of Floating Batteries 196 

Gisarmes, 15th Century 5 I 5o 

ibth Century 2146 

Gladiator, H.M.S., " Graves' Range-Finder " 6116 

Glaives, i6th Century 2140 

Henry VIII. Period 2I 47 

Gongs, Benares 1927 

Chinese 2837 & 28 3 8 

Gordon, General C. G., " Khartum Paper Money " 3147 

Gorgets, 72nd Regiment 6048 

East Yorks Militia 264 

French Officer's 881 

Infantry Officers 265 

Royal Manchester Vols. 6050 

Royal Marines 263 

Officers Silver 6079 

Guidons, 23rd Light Dragoons, 2062 to 2065 

Grant, General Sir Hope, Water Colour Sketch of ... 6121 

Guernsey Lilly, " Grape-shot from Wreck of " ... ... 528 

Guillotine, Axe of 2203 

Guns, Ancient double 1175 

Ancient long ... ... ... ... ... ... 2951 

H.M.S. "Bounty" 1215 

B.L. Swivel, Amoy 2686 

B.L. Swivel (Amsterdam) 2952 

Brass 3-Pr. B.L. 2695 

Brass 4-Pr. (Found N.W. Australia) 2682 

Three Pounder (Fort Copiddroog) 2689 

Seven Pounder Brass Krupp 3327 

Seven Pounder Brass (Omdurman) 5215 

B.L. (British Guiana) 2705 

Brass (Kabul, 1842) 2703 

Brass M.L. Swivel (S. Pacific) 2698 

Burmese Iron Swivel ... 2679, 2685 & 2690 

Burmese Swivel ... 876, 877, 2681, 2688, & 2694 

Captured in Niger-Soudan 2692 

Chinese 871, 1173, 2016, 2697 & 2700 

Chinese B. L. Wall-piece 2687 & 2691 

S.B. Elephant Percussion ... 2014 

Seringapatam 2 74 & 2 97 

Filipino 2023 

ist Machine (i2th London Regiment) 6042 

18 INDEX. 

Guns, Flint-lock 2693 

Heavy Match-lock Wall-piece ... 2696, 2699 & 2701 

Iron B.L. Swivel 2684 

Iron Muzzle-loader 2680 

Japanese Snaphaunce 2895 , 2896 & 2897 

Mafeking Wolf 2916 

Brass Malay 1/46 

Malay Swivel 2683 

Six Pounder Russian 875 

Small Iron, Gibraltar 1176 

Indian Swivel (Kabul) 2678 

Swivel (Amoy) 1172 

Swivel (Bonin River) 2702 

Wooden Philippine 5372 

Mary Rose 2946 

Gun Models, Carriage for 4.72 in. B.L 5310 

Carriage for 4.72 in. B.L. Naval 5313 

Carriage for 9.4 in. B.L. 5312 

Carriage for Howitzer B.L 5311 

Carriage and Platform (Armstrong) 2923 

Chinese 2731 

Disappearing 32-Pr. 2742 

Double Wedge B.L 2734 

Experimental R.M.L 6356 

Field Gun (1803) 2 743 

Grasshopper 2735 

Horse Artillery (1850) 2796 

Howitzer 2898 

6-Pr. Field 2739 & 2740 

6 in. B.L 2925 

7 in. no pouuder (Armstrong) 6355 

8 in. Howitzer 2732 

10 inch, 18 ton 6354 

i2'5 inch, 38 ton 6353 

8 in. Lower Deck Gun 2911 

10 in. S.B. Howitzer 2910 

13 in. Mortar ... ... ... 2736 & 2909 

3-Pr. Marshall's Carriage 1206 

9-Pr. M.L. Field 2741 

g-Pr. M. L., S.B. Gun 2190 

i2-Pr. Rocket 2797 

i2-Pr. Armstrong 2799 & 2800 

24-Pr. 2912 

32-Pr. (Naval) 2730 

32-Pr. S.B. 2914 

Hydraulic Gun 2924 

Hydraulic Disappearing Carriage 53*4 

Kimberley Long Cecil 607 & 2719 

Moncrieff Carriage 2915 & 2919 

Naval Gun (Royal George) 2908 



Gun Models, Needham's B.L 1205 

Scott's Naval Carriage 2920 

Scott's Turret 2921 

Siege on Universal Carriage 2913 

Sikh Field 2720 to 2728 

Sultan Muhammad ..' 3092 


Halbardi, German S J 44 & 5*45 

i6th Century 2577 

i7th Century, Head of 2224 

Sergeants (1702) 2136 

Sergeants (William IV.) 2152 

Swiss 5149 

Henry VII 2128 

William III 2149 

Charles II $i$6> 

George 1 5151 

Hatchets, Basuto 1604 & 1605 

Fiji Islands 1921 

Hervey Islands 1912, 1913 & 1914 

Kaffir 1603 & i6c6 

New Zealand 1888, 1889, 1894 & l8 95 

W. Africa 1688 

Hardenberg, Prince, " Autograph Letter " 683 

Head-dresses: Busby, R.H.A 416 

Busby, R.A 415 

Busby, R.E 76 & 414 

Busby Staats Artillery 458 

Cap, Newport Light Infantry 62 

Cocked Hat, R.H.G 61 

Dervish Cavalry 3148 & 3149 

5th Dragoon Guards 68, 417 & 418 

i5th Light Dragoons 6015 

i6th Lancers 75 

Seaforth Highlanders 946 

The Albert Shako 23 

20 INDEX. 

Head-dresses, i2th Lancers 419 

Foot Guards Shako 56 

Shako, East Norfolk Militia 6292 

Scots Greys 54 

67th Regirqent 6261 

South Hants Militia 60 

Grant Fencibles 58 & 59 

Royal Horse Guards 65 

Dragoon Guards 66 

Light Dragoons 57 

3rd Light Dragoons 64 

8th Light Dragoons 67 

Royal Artillery 69 

Japanese 1671, 1672 & 2886 

King's Own Royal Tower Hamlets Light 

Infantry 6002 

Light Horse Volunteers 6327 

Lord Nelson's Cocked Hat 92 & 93 

W. African 10 

Russian Infantry 2009, 2572 & 2573 

8th Regiment 410 

nth Foot 63 

i3th Light Infantry 73 

agth Regiment 77 & 4 12 

5ist Light Infantry 6124 

56th Regiment 55 

66th Regiment 71 

7ist Highland L. I ' 74 

8ist Regiment ' ... 72 

io5th Madras L.I 6138 

Royal Marines 70 

Midlothian Yeomanry ... 590 

Shropshire Yeomanry 843 

Royal Sussex Militia 411 

3oth Regiment 3007 

Lancashire Yeomanry 78 

2nd Dragoon Guards ... 980 

62nd Regiment 979 

Duke of Wellington 's Cocked Hat 108 

London Rifle Brigade 6062 

Heliograph, General De Wet's 6013 

Helmet Chains, 3rd Dragoon Guards ... 6130 

Helmet Plates, 6th West York Militia 463 

i6th Regiment 6011 

8ist Regiment 6123 

King's Regiment 6282 

Royal Military Academy 368 

Royal Wilts Militia 6016 

Scottish Rifles 6032 & 6033 

Jamaica Artillery 6252 

INDEX. 21 

Heraldic Shields, Arms of England, etc 767 

Royal Arms from William the Conqueror 766 

Hill, General Viscount, " Autograph Letter" 688 

Hood, Admiral Viscount, " Memorial Bowl " 549 

Signal List 654 

Howe, Admiral Lord, Commemorative Gold Badge ... 3157 
Water-colour Sketch of, June ist, 

Victory 6285 

Hymn Book, French Prisoner's of War 181 

I & J. 

Indian Mutiny, Bronze Plate 205 

Coat of Quilted Armour 2676 

Cypher Despatch 691 

Delhi Flag 1219 

Relic of Cawnpore 2336 

Lawrence's Ink Bottle 204 

Mess Plate, 32nd Regiment 468 

Sepoy's Ring 934 

Skull of a Sepoy 6365 

Indulgence, Danish, (1294) 351 

Iron Shot 6096 to 6100, 6102 

Jack the Painter, Relics of 346 & 440 

James I., King, Bust of 2650 

Japan, War Paper Money 912 

Javelins, Humbolt's Bay 1077 

jervis, Admiral Sir John, " Signal Book of " 318 

Sword of 316 

Jingle-Johnny, 3rd W. India Regiment 2643 

22 INDEX. 


Kaffir War, Sir Harry Smith's Spear 2337 

Kelat, Coat of the Khan of 422 

Khartoum, Neuvelt's Chains 2 937 & 2 93& 

King Charles I., Pocket Dial 517 

King James I., Clock Watch 518 

Knives, Afghan 2 333i 2860, 2861 

Central Africa 1505, 1592, 1593, 1776 

East Africa 1586 & 1587 

West Africa 1585, 1706, 1713 

Arab 322 & 1714 

Armenian 261 

S. Australia 789 to 793 

Calabrian 2165 

Coorgh 2858, 2859 & 2862 

Gurkha Kukree 

994, 1249 to 1252, 2304, 2314, 2863, 2864 

Hindoo 2329 

Japanese l ^95, I ^9^, J 6g7 

Javanese 1826 

Khyber ... 1326 to 1335 

Krooman 1511 

Mandingo t ... 1747 

Nigerian ... ... 1596 

Sandwich Islands ... .. 798 & 799 

Spanish Matador's ... 2164 

i5th Century 588 

Krees, Malay ... .,. .. 198 

INDEX. 23 


Ladysmith, Siege of, " Long Tom's Cleaning Rod " ... 1191 

" Piece of Muzzle of Long Tom " ... 1200 

La Luntine, H.M.S., " Stock of Musket from Wreck of " ... 543 

Lances, Burmese 1259 to 1262 & 1275 

Cossack, Crimea 2625 

Indian 1083, 1253 to 1258, 1263 to 1272 

Tilting, i6th Century 2148 

Lasso, S. American 1615 

Linstock of about :6oo 2130 

Lee, General Robert E. "Sash worn by" 6040 

Leipsic, Battle of " Coloured Print" 6147 

Letter, Descriptive of Trafalgar 595 

Life-Belts, " Models of " 5317 

Life-Boats, " Model of the 'Northumberland' " 2944 

Richardson 's Patent Tubular 2945 

" L' Imperiale " French Line of Battleship, " Model of "... 6126 

Linked Shot " Spanish " t 6107 & 6ioq 

Long Bow "from Wreck of 'Mary R'ose' " 2948 

Lowe, General Sir Hudson, " Original Portrait " 38 

Orders and Decorations of 

36, 37, 39 & 40 

Presentation Medallion ... 930 

Lumley, Lieut-General, "Autograph Letter of" 676 


McClure, Capt. Sir R., R.N., Decorations and Medals of ... 6046 

Presentation Silver Figure ... 6046 

Maces, Jron Persian 6326 

Machine Guns, Model of Nordenfelt 1171 

j8th Century Fire Carriage ... .,. .,. 80? 

24 INDEX. 

Mahdi, Brass railing from Tomb of 3142 

Lamp over Tomb 33<H 

Metal top of Tomb 5214 

Mahratta War, Lock of Gate of Fortress of Powanghur ... 192 

Wagnuk or Tiger's Claw 236 & 237 

Maida, Battle of, Sword of General Reynier 178 

Maingauches, Chinese 2745 to 2756 

Malay Pirate Prow, Model of ... ... ... ... ... 2191 

Manuscripts, Marshal Ney's Drill Book 931 

Maps, Waterloo, used by Sit Thomas Picton 8 

Mary Rose, H.M.S., Wrought Iron Gun 2946 

Gun Truck ... 2950 

Spare Chamber of Gun 2949 

Box made from the timber of ... 333 

Hoop of Gun 6052 

Mars, H.M.S., Model of ... ( ... 6053 & 6061 

Match-locks, Indian 2485 to 2488, 2490, 2492, 2494, 2495, 2496, 2500, 

to 2503 

Japanese 2483, 2484 

Persian 1484 

I7th Century heavy 2461 

Chinese 2489 

Medea, H. M.S., "Model of " 439 

Medals, Battle of Dunbar 839 

Boulton's Trafalgar 82 & 594 

Case of King's African Rifles 6333 

Case of Miscellaneous ... ... ... ... ... 485 

Centenary Light Division 884 

Lord Cheylesmore's Collection 5003 to 5021 

Collection of Vernon Medals 807 

Collection of Mint Medals 483 

Capt. Cook's Expedition 851 & 852 

Davison's Nile Medal 99 

French for Beachy Head 508 

George II. Victories 840 

Group of Trumpet-Major H. Joy, i7th Lancers ... 1228 

Medal struck from Copper of H.M.S. Foudroyant 97 

Napoleon I. for Invasion of England 6010 

Naval General Service 83 & 3167 

Punjab 199 

Russian, for Austro-Russian Campaign of 1849 ... 28 

St. Helena 838 

St. Lucia, presented to Lord Nelson 334 

Gold, for Seringapatam 826 

Sutlej and Punniar Star 202 

Turton Nelson Medal 18 

Trafalgar gold 3166 

Militia, Ballot Form Certificate 959 

Militia Rifle Association " Specimen Medal " 6078 

Badge of Militia Eight ... 945 & 3333 

INDEX. 25 

Miniatures, Portrait of Captain H. Cobb 6069 

Commander W. H. Dickson, R.N 43 

Sir John Franklin 856 

Ensign H. Trigg, by Sir Thomas Lawrence 42 

Col. E. A. H. Webb, C.S.I 41 

Models, Masts of H.M.S. "Asia " 6043 

Blanshard's Pontoon 2922 

Military Cooking- Range 2733 

Forage Waggon and Limber 2798 

Foremast of H.M.S. Victory 942 

Field Forge and Limber 2 737 

Sikh Forage Cart 2729 

Battle of Trafalgar 2067 

Field and Battle of Waterloo 2066 

Moore, Lt.-Gen. Sir John, Two Buttons from Coat 3331 

Corunna Gold Medal 3324 

Decorations of 3320 to 3323 

Desk and Letter 257 

Facsimile of Wolfe's Original 

Poem 2208 

Field Glasses of 333 

Order of the Crescent 3325 

Pistol of 3328 

Plaster Cast of Sandgate Mem- 
orial 6056 

Prayer Book used at Burial ... 260 

Crimson Silk Sash of 848 

Silk Sashes used at Burial 258, 259 

Seal of 3332 

Moore, Admiral Sir G., " Decorations of " ... 33 J 4 to 3319 

Morning Star, "Danish" ... 2135 

Mortars, Hand with Flint-lock, 1720 1133 & 2448 

Brass, Cast by Tippoo 1575 

Mouat, Sir James, " Medals and Decorations of " 6041 

Muskets, Flint-lock, James II 2411 

Short Flint-lock, James II 2396 

With Bayonet, George II 2383 

Pioneer's, George III. 5 2 46 

Flint-lock, George III. 2367, 2387, 2436, 2437 & 5244 

With Bayonet, Volunteers, George III 2388 

Royal Welsh, George III 2389 

Flint-lock, Indian pattern, George III 5 2 47 

Flint-lock, George III., Surrendered at Boer War 5299 

Flint-lock, George IV. 1728 & 5243 

Flint dog-lock, William III 2428 & 2431 

Flint dog-lock, Queen Anne 2429 

Dr. Ray's (Franklin Expedition) 5373 

Old Flint-lock 2397 

Heavy Flint-lock, with Rest, 1744 2391 

20 INDEX. 

Muskets, With Grenade Cap, 1744 2384 

Flint-lock, 1762 2374 

Percussion. 1750 ... ... ... ... ... 2438 

Flint-lock, 1765 5242 

Flint-lock with Bayonet, 1770 2385 

Flint-lock Magazine, 1786 2519 

Seven-barrelled, 1800 ... 5241 

Flint-lock, Sea Service Pattern, 1820 5 2 58 & 5265 

Muzzle-loading Flint-lock, 1820 ... ... ... 2394 

Flint-lock, 1820 ... 1729 

Percussion rifled R. M.L.I., 1827 5272 

Percussion lock, 1830 2406, 2440 & 2441 

Percussion, 1838 ... ... 5260 

S.B. Percussion, 1839 ... ... 5257 

Percussion (Bank of England), 1840 ... ... 2408 

Percussion, Sea Service, 1840 ... ... ... 2444 

Percussion, 1842 ... ... 5263 

Sergeant's Percussion, 1842 ... 5262 

Percussion, R.E. Pattern, 1846 ... ... ... 5261 

Percussion, R. M.L.I, pattern, 1847 5264 

Sergeant's Fusil, 1850 ... ... ... ... 5271 

Enfield rifled, 1853 ... 5275 

S.B. Percussion, E. India Coy., 1858 ... ... 5267 

Flint-lock, B.L., 1860 ... ... 2371 

Percussion, 1860 ... 2627 

British, 1888 1417 

Flint-lock, i7th Century ... ... ... ... 2491 

Flint-lock, i8th Century ... ... ... ... 2443 

Snap-haunce, i7th Century 2422 

Flint-lock, trade gun ... ... ... ... ... 6085 

Scottish Snap-haunce, 1685 ... ... ... ... 2445 

Flint-lock revolver 2521 

Old Flint-lock with rest ... ... 2426 

Miniature and Stand, 1830 6265 

American percussion, 1830 ... ... ... ... 2407 

Belgian rifled, 1855 ... 2469 

Match-lock, Borneo 1817 & 1818 

Corean match-lock 2828 

Elliot's pattern, 1823 5024, 5125 to 5142 

French Flint-lock, 1810 ... 2418 

French, 1850 2465, 2466 & 2467 

French percussion lock, 1840 ... 2402, 2424 & 2425 

French Artillery, 1853 ... ... ... ... 2471 

French (Fusil de Voltigeur), 1853 2472 

French from Field of Waterloo ... .,. ... 1213 

German Flint-lock, 1820 ... 2434 

German M.L. Percussion ... ... 2015 

German Match-lock, i7th Century 2423 

Greek Flint-lock 2498 

Morrison's Patent 2413 

INDEX. 27 

Muskets, Flint-lock, Indian Mutiny 2497 

Percussion, Indian Mutiny 2409 

Revolving Match-lock, Indian, 1750 2524 

Indian, about 1640 2505 

Indian 2506 to 2510, 2512 to 2515 & 2520 

Italian Magazine Flint-lock, 1666 2392 

Match-lock, Java 1870 

Match-lock, Sumatra 1871 

Moorish Flint-lock 2504, 2517 & 2518 

Needham's Patent 2412 

Flint-lock, Hexagonal Barrel 2395 

Prussian, rifled, 1840 ... ... ... ... 2420 

Russian M.L 2011 to 2013, 2442 & 2457 

Spanish ... 2393, 2473 & 2474 

Turkish Flint-lock 2 499 & 2511 

Musquetoons, George II 2390 

Afghan 2882 

Taken in Indian Mutiny 2883 to 2885 

Mutiny-at-the-Nore, H.M.S. Niger's Flag 622 

Mutineer's Order ... ... ... 6031 

Muzzle-loading Guns, Two dredged up off Slaines Castle 

1 8th Century 3 


Napier, Lt.-Gen. Sir Charles, " Portrait of " 952 

Shabracque of 6051 

Napier, Admiral Sir Charles, " Portrait of " 1084 

Nankin, H.M.S., " Model of " 435 

28 INDEX. 

Napoleon I., Bottle of water from Longwood 165 

Bronze Plaque Relief 977 

Carbine, presented by 2458 

Chairs used at St. Helena ..." 2108 & 2110 

Two Chairs from Malmaison ... 2106 & 2107 

Double-Barrelled Fusil 158 

Fragment of Coffin 147 

Lock of Hair 465 

Marble Bust 2341 

Pocket Field Glass 157 

Razor 149 

Shaving Brush 150 

Sketch of, done on H.M.S. Northumberland 6003 

Skeleton of Marengo 2034 

Visitors' Book to Tomb at St. Helena ... 831 

Writing Desk of 2109 

Nautical Instruments, Back Staff or Davis Quadrant ... 2657 

A Brass Sight of 1667 2659 

Brass Plummet Quadrant 2656 

Brass Sun-dial ... 2654 & 2655 

Large Brass' Sextant ... .. 2662 

Heath's Brass Scale 2658 

Earl's Niometrician 2660 

Sight Azimuth 2661 

Universal Dial ... 2652 & 2653 

Navy List, Manuscript of 1665 350 

Navarino, Battle of, Double-headed Bar Shot 2645 

Part of Port Timber of H.M.S. 

" Albion " 1183 

Shot used at 530 

Shot from H.M.S. " Asia " ... 6059 

Naval Relics. Charm in form of an Anchor 3026 

Nelson, Vice-Admiral Lord, Bannerette used at Funeral ... 921 

Buttons worn by 2069 

Cast of Flaxman's Bust ... 2614 

China Statuette ... 3295 

Combined Knife and Fork 2068 & 3037 

Franz Thaller's Bust of ... 6009 

Gold Enamelled Watch ... 3022 

Marble Bust by Chantrey ... 2017 

Copy of last Prayer 655 

Marble Bust by Mullins ... 2348 

Medallion Wedgwood Portrait ... 330 

Portraits of 919 & 920 

Presentation Sword 3031 

Shoe Buckles >,. 2071 

1 Silver Statuette 421 

Photograph of Baptismal Certifi- 
cate 650 

Uniform Coat and Vest 3032 & 3033 

Aigrette of Brazilian Diamonds 3041 


Nelson, Vice- Admiral Lord Letters of, 662, 663, 665, 666, & 3229 

Blade of Combined Knife & Fork 100 

Blue Silk Purse 3175 

Piece of Brocade worn by Lady 

Nelson 95 

Cabin Washstand 5235 

Cap of Telescope 3169 

Cocked Hat 92 & 93 

Commission to the Hinchinbroke 84 

Commemoration Jug ... 16 & 3023 

Field Exercise Book of 6366 

Fighting Sword 96 

Gilt Metal Snuff Box 107 

Gold Box 3035 

Gold Lace from Coat 98 

Inkstand 6323 

Lady Hamilton's Writing Case 105 

Piece of Keel of H.M.S. Badger 507 

Gold Locket 3029 

Gold Ring with Portrait of ... 19 

Laurel Wreath 94 

Log-Book of H.M.S. " Victory " 3039 

Malacca Cane 3038 

Memorial Box 3219 

Memorial Jug 6271 

Midshipman's Dirk 81 

Model of Coffin 369 

Naval Sword 3*7 

Original Sketch on Satin ... 3025 
Satin Embroidery by Lady 

Nelson 103 

Pair of Silver Ice-pails ... 101 

Silver Dish 3036 

Silver Fork 102 

Silver-mounted Knife 3024 

Silver Teapot 3267 

Small Brooch 3030 

Small Oak Box 473 

Spirit in which body was pre- 
served 89 

Telescope 5236 

Ticket to Funeral 91 

Tortoiseshell Box 3212 

Wine Glass 515 

Nelsonia, Bronze Circular Box containing Prints of Naval 

Battles 910 

Nicaragua, Portion of Colours 336 

Nicholson, Brig.-General J., Mule Trunks of 6038 

New Zealand, " Model of War Pah " 2574 

, Marshal, Manuscript Drill Book 931 



Nile, Battle of, " Sketch by Lord Nelson " ... 6256 

Main-Royal-Mast-Head of the Orient ... 2199 

Four Prints 495 

Nightingale, Miss Florence, Bequests of 6334 to 6345 

Noble, Mrs., Chinese Cage 2674 


Oil Paintings, British Frigate chasing French Brig 

Battle of Trafalgar 

Cutter under Sail 

Admiral de Ruyter 

Heavy Cavalry Brigade, Balaclava ... 

H.M.S. "Fury" 

H.M.S. "Malabar," 1885 

Head of Mary Queen of Scots 

King Edward VII. 

The Genius of Wellington 

2nd Life Guards 

Capt. W. S. Smith (by Sir J. Gilbert) 

Omdurman, Mahdi's Lamp 

Chain Mail Leg Armour 

Orange Free State, Government Rubber Stamp 
Orient, French Flagship, Main Mast-head 











INDEX. 31 


Paddles, Canadian 1524 

Fiji Islands ,. ... 1887, 1896 

Friendly Islands J 93 2 > *933 

Hervey Islands 1796, 1803 

New Zealand 1885, 1890 

Sandwich Islands 1941 

S. America 1611 

Solomon Islands ... .1897, 1899 

Paintings, East Indiaman, 1750 900 

5th Dragoon Guards 806 

A. " Galliasse," 1546 503 

Cornet Berners, Light Horse Vols. 6382 

" Harry Grace a Dieu " 502 

H. M.S. "Vernon," 1832 894 

Lord Nelson's last signal 2352 

A " Pynnase," 1546 500 

" A Roo-Baergys," 1546 499 

Taking of Puerto Bello 613 

The Battle of Trafalgar 1217 

The Charles Galley, 1705 8^7 

Paintings on Glass, Lord Nelson's Funeral Car 648 

Lord Nelson's Funeral Barge ... 647 

Pamirs, Flag carried by British Commission 558 

Partizans, Head of 1218 

i6th Century 2143, 2145 

Sergeants, 1780 2119 & 2122 

Southern India 1273 & 1277 

Time of Edward IV 2129 & 2150 

Penang, Memorandum Book 6202 

Peninsula War, Coattee of General Sir William Napier ... 308 

Cannon Ball from Badajos 6288 

Commemorative Medal 6364 

Cross of the Legion of Honour taken at 

Vittoria 176 

French Drum-Major's Staff 183 & 184 

French Pass for Prisoner of War 855 

French Officer's Map of Spain 432 

French Soldier's Small Book 185 

Map of Spain and Portugal 186 

Model of Alcantara Bridge 2673 

Portuguese Silver Coins, Commemorative 

of 6201 

32 INDEX. 

Peninsular War Portuguese Centenary Medal 6278 

Prints of Incidents in 6019 

Programme of Race Meeting 187 

Relics of Vittoria 3085 

Silk Sash, 52nd Foot 174 

Silver Fork 189 

6oth Rifles, Officer's Pouch and Belt ... 190 

Sword Knot of 2gth Foot 179 

Two horn cups 188 

Persian Guns, Pair of 3360 

Photographs, Pensioner Roon ^73 

Piclon, Lt.-Gen. Sir Thomas, Relics of 5 to 8 

Pikes, About 1700 2126 

i7th Century 2153, ^148 

Boarding 2123 & ^143 

Fenian. 18615 2671 to 2672 

Head of Boarding Pike, 1797 339 

Irish Rebellion. 1798 2667 to 2670 

Time of Charles II 2124, 2127 

Welsh Chartists 2663 to 2666 

Pike-Heads, About 16150 5152 to 5157 

Pioneer Axes, French .^ 211-* to 2116 

Pipes N. American Indian I 5^S> T 566 

Pistols, Albanian Flint-lock 22815 

American repeating 1088 

Cavalry used at Dettingen ... ... ... ... 249 

Lord Camelford's 191 

City of London Light Horse Volunteers 2366 

Cossacks, 1854 ... 2565 

Double-barrelled Long Wheel-lock 2241 

Flint-lock 2284 

Hammerless ... ... ... 5369 

Percussion ... ... ... . . 2q^2 

with movable shoulder-piece ... 2381 

Flint-lock 1797 2928 

,, 1808 5107 to 5124 

,. early 1800 8 1086 

H35, JI 3 6 . 5 022 5 02 9 to 5048, 5321 to 5336 

Sea Service Flint-lock 3305, 5337, 5338 

Flint-lock. Cavalrv 1700 -2358 


Cavalrv Percussion, 1858 2930, 2931, 2933 

Flint-lock, George II 2365 

K.D.G. Pattern 2357 

revolving barrels, 1750 2359 

,, Scotch, i8th Century 2364 

taken at Tazeen, 1842 2866 

Four-barrelled Percussion, French 1234 

French Cavalry, 1849 2926 

French Gendarmerie, 1856 2927 

INDEX. 33 

Pistols, French Officer's taken at Trafalgar 88 

French Percussion, pocket 1180 & 1181 

French Wheel-lock, i6th Century ...2243, 2360 to 2362 

German Wheel-lock, i6th Century 2238, 2239, 2240, 2242 

Mauser Automatic 5367 

Miniature Wheel-lock, i6th Century 2244 

General Sir John Moore's 33 2 8 

French, taken at Waterloo 154 & 155 

Sir Ralph Abercromby's 206 

Pair used at Culloden 247 

Pair of Tippoo Sahib's 3086 

Patent B.L., by Hammond 2706 

Percussion sea service 1636 & 1637 

Repeating- Flint-lock 5366 

Snap-haunce Self-loading Petronel 2363 

Pizarro, Piece of Standard of 338 

Plans, Battle of Naseby 509 

Camp at Hounslow 1866 498 

Contemporary of taking of Quebec 895 

Pole-axes, Foot Soldiers ith Century 5147 

Scottish Lochaber 2138 & 2139 

Polo, Two Sticks, 1845 804 

Pompeii, Iron clamp from ship sunk at ... ... ... 340 

Portraits. Commander B. Allen, R.N 803 

Brant, Chief of the Mohawks 602 

Earl of Cardigan 825 

Col. Sir Lonsdale A. Hale 814 

Engraving of Reubens 627 

Sir John Franklin 679 

Admiral Sir Charles Napier ... 1084 

Lt.-Gen. Sir Charles Napier 952 

Lord Nelson, by de Koster 106 

Pencil drawing of Lord Nelson 646 

Portsmouth, Implement used by Jack the Painter 346 

Postage Stamps, Set of Orange Free State 45 1 

Orange River Colony 3282 

Pouches, Arabian with Belt 573 

Indian Bullet Bag 563 

Staats Artillery 1583 

i6th Lancers ?68 

Powder Flasks, American War 1813 ... 20, 193, 229 to 231 

Burmese 569 

Chinese 28 3* 

Ivory, S. African ... *5*9 

German i8th Century 5 6z 

Mandingo I 7 2 

Militia, 1603 ... 

Syrian 57 2 

Time of James II 2.1 2 

34 INDEX. 

Preston Pans, Battle of, Sketch of 939 

Prayer Book, For English Prisoners of War in France ... 182 

Prince of Wales, H.M.S., Model of 466 

Prints, Battle of Leipsic t> 1 47 

Field Marshal Bliicher 969 

Field-Marshal Bliicher at Waterloo 6148 

British Naval Victories 917 

British Swiss Legion ... ... . ... ... 0028 

Broad Sword Exercises by Rowlandson ... ... 6004 

Burmese War, 1824 (12) ... 6142 

Captain James Cook's Voya es 6357 & 6360 

Chapel Royal, Whitehall ... ... ... ... 6139 

Constantinople ... ... ... ... ... ... 0259 

Deptford Volunteer Cavalry ... ... (055 

Drummond's Death of Nelson ... 601 

Embarkation of Henry VIII., 1520 ... 925 

England's Glory 95(3 

Field of Waterloo ... ... ... ... ... 6330 & 6331 

Frederick the Great ... ... 6146 

London Volunteer Cavalry ... ... 957 

Brigadier General John Jacob ... bo8o 

Lord Nelson ... ... ... 919 dz 920 

Nelson's Funeral ... ... ... ... 2 35 & 2 35 J 

Battle of the Nile 495 

Panoramic Sketches of Indian Troops on line of 

march 964 

Reception of Sikh Guns 6058 

Review in Hyde Park, 1838 ... 911 

Royal East India Volunteers 981 

Lord Dundonald (Cochrane) 6374 

Naval Costume, 1835 6379 & 6380 

Peninsula War 6019, 6319 to 6321 & 6329 

Banqueting House, Whitehall (6) 497 

Sir Sidney Smith 6260 

Staff Uniform, 1860 6057 

Surrender of Seringapatam 963 

The Hussars, 1846 ... ... 6122 

The Storming of Valenciennes 6141 

Marquis of Wellington 6267 

Whitehall Yard 974 & 975 

Military Caricatures (R. Dighton) 937 

INDEX. 35 

Quebec, Panorama of .. . ... r<oo8 

Commemorative Medal of Founding ... ... 6112 

Queen Elizabeth, Embroidered Petticoat ... ... ... 306 

Quintant, Lieutenant-General Sir Charles Napier 560 


Raglan, Field-Marshal Lord, Orders, Decorations, Medals, 

etc. 3043 to 3076 

Dress, Coattee and Sash 3272, 3273 

Telescope 6283 

Rainier, Admiral Peter, Portrait of 475 

Range-finders, Lt. W. G. P. Graves', R.N 6116 

Redinha, Uncxploded Shell and Shot 6199 

Regimental Buttons, British Cavalry 6132 

Infantry of the Line 929 

Militia 474 & 991 

" Revenge," H.M.S., Rat's Nest 609 

Revolvers, Colt's B.L 1093 

B. L. Army, U.S.A 1087 

Colt's Original 1095 

Colt's Six-chambered 1094 

Dutch io8q 

Russian Army 5368 

Webley's Police 5370 

36 INDEX. 

Rifles, Ames' Patent ... ... ... ... ... ... 2533 

Albini and Braendlin's Patent 1448 

Allen and Weelock, 1860 ... 1463 

American Flint-lock, 1815 2401 

American Short, 1857 5277 & 5278 

B. L. Enfield, 1849 ... 1407 

B L. Patent ... ... 1442 

B. L., 1867 1481 

Ballard's Patent 1461 

Ball's Patent, 1863 1464 

Bavarian Percussion 2 4 J 7 & 2 4 J 9 

Belgian, 1850 2475 & 2477 

Beckwith's Patent, 1860 2410 

Berdau ... 1424, 1449 

British (unknown) 1418 

Brunswick 5273 

Burton's patent. 1859 1477 

Carr percussion, 1865 1419 

Carter arid Edward's patent ... ... 1470 & 2530 

Charger loading, T.F 6143 

Cockran patent, 1867 2526 

Colt's five-chambered revolving 1233 

Colt's repeating, 1883 1465 

Combalain's patent 1443 

Converted Enfield Snider, 1860 ... ... ... 5268 

Cooper's patent, 1860 ... 1433 

Delft B.L., 1876 1405 

Dutch Flint-lock 2421 

Enfield Snide 2628 

Fosbery's patent ... ... 1439 

French ... 1406, 1411, 1450, 1479 

French Flint-lock, 1800 ... 2399 

German Experimental ... 1410 

German Magazine, 1891 ... 1403 

Godsal patent ... 337 

Gras, 1877 5291 

Green Bros' patent 1446 

Harrison's patent ... .. 1444 

Henry's patent 1435 & 2541 

Hotchkiss Magazine ... ... 1469 

Joslyn's patent ... ... 1460 

Jouhand's patent 1437 

Kerr's patent ... 2547 

Krag-Jorgensen, 1899 1408 

Kropatschek ... 1414 

Krutzsch's patent 1430 

Lee, 1879 ... 5290 

Lee fixed Magazine, 1888 1400 

Lee-Burton Magazine, 1885 1474 

INDEX. 37 

Rifles, Lee-Metford Mark I., 1890 1409 

,, Mark II., 1891 1222 

Mannlicher, 1891 1404 

Mannlicher Magazine. 1888 1402 

Martini 1482 

Martini-Henry 1223, 2617, 2619, 5298 

Martini-Peabody ... ... ... ... ... ... 1467 

Matthew's patent 1445 

Mauser J398, >399, 

1412, 1413, 1415, 2616, -5287, 5289, 5300 

Maynard's patent 2382 

Millar & Burton's patent ... 1468 

Minie 5266 

Mont-Storm patent 1440 & 2543 

Mont-Storm Selwyn patent 1441 

Murata, 1888 1427 

Needham's patent.. 1476, 1483, 2537 

Newark's patent 2548 

Patent B. L 2540 

Peabody, 1862 1422 

Percussion, Beckwith's patent ... 2414 & 2415 

Perry's Patent 1447 

Potts & Hunt's patent ... ., 2536 

Regulation, 1904 5001 

Remington B. L 2546, 2620 & 5302 

Remington-Lee 1472 

Revolver, 1870. 2632 

Russian (Crimea) 2416, 2634 to 2638 

Schmidt-Rubin 14*16 

Schneider 2527 & 2623 

Schulkof's patent Magazine 1421 

Sear's patent 2544 

Selwyn 's patent Magazine 2545 

Short, 1855 5276 

Six-chambered revolving 2439 

Sharp's patent, 1848 1466 

Small Box Mannlicher, 1889 1401 

Snorth's patent, 1837 1453 

Soper's patent 5295 

Spanish 2476, 2478 to 2482 

Spencer patent, 1860 2529 & 2535 

Spencer Repeating, 1860 1462 

Springfield, 1873 ... 1457 

,, 1864 1480 

1878 1420 

Steyr patent 5288 

Storm's patent, 1864 2531 

Storm & Braendlin's patent ... ... 2542 

Swinburne's patent, 1872 1434 

00 - INDEX. 

Rifles, Teller's patent ... 

Tieschang and Schmidt patent ... 1451 

Vetterlin 5292 

,, Magazine 1471 

Vertelli ... 1423 

Waenzel percussion ... 1426 

Walker & Money's patent 1438 

Werndl ... 1432 

Westley-Richards 5297 & 5303 

Whitworth's percussion ... 1425 & 1429 

Wilkinson's ... ... ... 2538 

Wilson's patent 2532 

Winchester Repeating, 1860 1475 

1866 1473 

1876 1478 

Ring of Honour, Chieftain's Galeka 2344 

Rockets, Carcase of, used at Boulogne, 1806 ... ... 1187 

Hales war ... ... ... ... ... ... 1190 

Hand-tube for, 1801 ... ... ... ... ... 16^6 

Rodney, Admiral Lord, Bust of 436 

Silver Shoe Buckles ... ... 341 

Rolica, Battle of, Musket Ball from ... ... 6200 

Royal Albert, H.M.S., Model of 442 

Royal George, H.M.Y., Figure Head of ... 1584 

H.M.S., Relics from 371 to 387 & 538 

Royal Navy, Recruiting Poster ... ... ... ... 6266 

Royal Sovereign, H.M.S., Model of 423 


Sabretasches, Gen. Chas. L. Desnouette s ... ... 159 & 160 

3 rd Light Dragoons 355 

3rd Hussars ... ... ... 356 

nth Hussars 887 

i6th Light Dragoons 360 

INDEX. oy 

Sabrataches, i6th Lancers 361 

i8th Hussars ... 357 

Royal Artillery . ... 358 

Royal Marine Artillery ... 493 

Colonel on the Staff ... . 359 

Badge of i6th Lancers ... ... ... 285 

Saddle-Bags, Chinese ;:,, 2840 & 28^1 

Saddles, Marshal Bliicher ... 2033 

Sail Cloth, Pattern of 1805 169 

Pattern of 1842 170 

St. Helena, Geographical plan of 835 

St. Vincent, Admiral Lord, Autograph Letter 664 

Salamanca Battle of, Print of Wellington at 6267 

Savoy, Prince Eugene,, Autograph Letter ... 684 

Scaling Ladder Fork, About 1600 2I 34 

Seals, Earl of Pembroke, 1316 612 

Searchlight, Model of 1188 

Seato'n, Field Marshal Lord, Autograph Letter 3355 

Bullet which Wounded ... 3354 

Sedan, Battle of, Metal Cartridge Case 481 

Seringapatam, Field Gun, Captured at ... ... ... ... 2907 

Shabracques, Gen. Sir C. J. Napier's 6051 

i7th Lancers 5301 

Collection of, Worn by British Cavalry 2072 to 2095 

Shako Plates, Royal Artillery, 1814 269 

Coldstream Guards, 1800 ... 272 

Infantry Officers', 1800 268 & 6o6f7 

8th The King's Regiment 6006 

i7th Foot 6361 & 6362 

2ist Fusiliers 271 

24th Regiment 6134 & 6135 

33rd Regiment ... 93 6 

7ist Light Infantry 

76th Regiment 6118 

8ist Regiment 6075, 6120 & 6125 

East Kent Militia ... ... 9 8 5 

Royal East Middlesex Militia ... ... 267 

" Shannon," H.M.S., Box Made from Timber of 534 

Head of Boarding Pike ... 535 

Walking Stick Made of Wood of ... 531 

Shark .-_ Jaws 6020 & 6021 

Shell, Spanish 6m 

Shields, Abyssinian (Leather) ... 1789 & 1791 

Hide. N. E. Africa I79 2 & 1*93 

Shields, Basket Work, S. Africa ... 1629 & 1630 

Central African 2992 

W. Africa i7 01 & 2987 

Australia I()S 5 

N. Australia J 794 

40 INDEX. 

Shields, S,W. Australia 2980 to 2982, 2984 

W. Australia 1777 & 1778 

Bechuanaland 1627 

Borneo 1080, 1795, 1872, 1873 & 2988 

Boss of an Anglo-Saxon 234 

Chinese 2807 

Circular Wooden 1709 

Dervish IT 95> TI 96, 5216 

Indian, from Battle of Goojerat 995 

Japanese 1657, 1658, 2887, 2888 

Kaffir 1631 

Made of Horn and Steel 1499 

Malay 1965101967 

Pistol Shield 6314 

Sarawak ... 2979 

Solomon Islands 1079 

Somaliland ... 2851 

White Nile 1628 

Zanzibar 1783 & 1784 

Zulu 1632 to 1635 

Ship Models: Battleship Made by French Prisoners ... 6054 

Brazilian Battleship " Minas Geraes" 6381 

Corvette of 1860 ... ... ... ... 6045 

French Line of Battleship "L'Imperiale" ... 6126 

French Man of War i8th Century 903 

French Ship " Le Hros " ... ... ... 476 

Hanseatic League Battleship, 1650 2111 

H. M.S. " Captain " 6378 

H.M.S. " Cornwallis " 2112 

H.M.S. " Foudroyant " 513 

H.M.S. "James Royal" 171 

H.M.S. " Mars " 6053 & 6061 

H.M.S. "Phoebe" 2934 

H.M.S. "Queen" 6269 

H.M.Y. "Victoria and Albert" 828 

H.M.S. "Villede Paris" 3294 

Man of War, 1800 ... 3015, 3016, 3303, 3304 

Model of 1500 441 

Model of a Cutter ... ... ... ... 501 

Napoleon I. Gun Boat 808 

Raft "Nancy" (Crimea) 2899 

Russian Yacht 506 

46 Gun Frigate 6270 

78-Gun Ship on Stocks, 1800 ... 2200 

Spanish Cruiser, " Infanta Maria Teresa " 829 

Sheer Hulk with Double Sheers 12^7 

s.s "Stockton," 1838 1209 

A Three-Decker, 1830 504 

Timbering of Circular Sterns 505 

Venetian Galley ... ... ... ... ... 6297 

INDEX. 41 

Shoulder-Belt Plates: Royal Artillery 283 & 849 

Royal Marines 284 & 288 

Grenadier Guards 364 

Coldstream Guards 365 

Scots Guards 366 

ist Royal Scots 6025 

2nd Regiment ... 296 

9th Regiment 841 

nth Regiment . ... 6027 

iyth Regiment ... 294 

i8th Regiment 842 

2oth Regiment 431 

2th Regiment 983 

27th Regiment 982 

29th Regiment ... 282 

32nd Regiment 879 

4ist Regiment 299 

5oth Regiment 287 

5ist Regiment 286 

57th Regiment ... ... 846 

58th Regiment 472 

6ist Regiment ... ... ... ... 291 

62nd Regiment 289 

6gth Regiment 295 

72nd Regiment 293 

73rd Regiment 882 

74th Regiment 883 

7gth Regiment 292 

8ist Regiment 6117 

85th Regiment 880 

92nd Regiment 853 

93rd Highlanders 6026 

Argyllshire Fencibles 6128 

Royal Archers 279 

Cambridge Militia 606 

ist Devon Local Militia 6064 

Indian Native Contingent 6281 

East Kent Militia 984 

East Norfolk Militia 6293 

ist Jersey Militia ... ... ... 6065 

Kincairn Volunteers 298 

Royal East Middlesex Militia ... 301 

Royal Manchester Volunteers ... 6049 

Royal Manx Fencibles 986 

Royal Perth Militia 6063 

St. Martins-5n-the-Fields Volunteers 6036 

Strathspey Fencibles 297 

Wansford Volunteers 290 

Westminster Light Horse 281 

Imokilly Cavalry 968 

25th Bombay Infantry 6280 

42 INDEX. 

Signal Books: Admiral Sir John Jervis 318 

Private List, 1793 654 

American Frigate, " Chesapeake " ... 532 

H.M.S. " Excellent," 1808 598 

Used at St. Vincent, 1793 869 

Silk Punkah, from Bhurtpore " 2338 

Silver Plate, Banda Vase 510 

Barrow Presentation ... ... ... ... 511 

Marseilles, to Lieut. -General Sir Hudson Lowe 889 

R.N. Artillery Volunteers ... ... ... 512 

Victoria (B.C.) Vase ... 494 

Sketches : Trafalgar, by Midshipman Wells 596 

H.M.S. "Victory " 3262 

Skull Caps, Dervish Emir's ... 5182 & 5181; 

Sledges, H.M.S. "Alert" 608*1 

Model of Ice-boat 1189 

Smith, Admiral Sir Sydney, Bronze Plaque Relief 978 

Portrait of ... ... ... 6260 

Smoke Ball ... 6101 

Soudanese Arab's Silver Ring ... ... ... ... ... 325 

Dervish Koran Box ... ... ... ... ... 323 

Dervish Shirt of Mail 3156 

Dervish Headpiece ... ... ... ... ... 5196 

Osman Digma's Seals ... ... ... ... 324 

South African War : Arms of the late Orange Free State ... 2675 
Bell Used at Lindegner Drift, Vaal 

River 1201 

Bloemfontein Town Guard's Arm 

Badge and Whistle 448 

Boer Ammunition 6072 

Boer Handcuffs 459 

Boer Relics 456, 457, 461 

Boer Revolvers ... ... 3288 to 3292 

Boer Shell Case 3003 

Case for Cigarette Holder ... ... 3279 

Elandslaagte, Sketch of 447 

English Bayonet taken from Dead 

Boer ... 3274 

Kruger Medal 3278 

Kruger Sovereigns 3011, 3275, and 3276 

Limber Wheel (Colenso) 1567 

Lloyd's Silver Tobacco Box ... ... 449 

Model of Boer Ambulance Waggon ... 2917 

Model of S. African Ox Waggon ... 2918 

Orange Free State Seals 455 

Orange Free State Stamps 451 

Pouch of Transvaal Artillery 443 

Queen Victoria's Chocolate Boxes ... 446 

Railway Carriage Panel ... ... 6073 

Scotsman's Cigarette Box 444 

Silver Pass on Military Railway ... 6251 

INDEX. 43 

South African War : Transvaal Artillery Equipment 

3283, 3286, 3287 

Spades, Boyle's Entrenching 2644 

Spanish Dollar from Wreck of " San Pedro" 539 

Spears : Abyssinian ... ... ... ... ... '7 '9 

Central African, 1502, '1550, 1551, 1578, 1579, 1580, 1644, 

1645, '654, 1655, 1737, 1739, 1745 
East African 1648, 1651 to 1653, 1686, 1735, 1736, 1738 

West African 1734 & 1744 

Admiralty Islands 2 95S. 2 958, 2959 

Assam ... ... ... ... ... ^75 to 1884 

N. Australian 1755 & 7 1756, 1761 to 1764, 1798, 1800, 2970 
W. Australian, 1754, 1757101760, 1765, 1797,1799, 1801,2961 

to 2969, 2971, 2972. 
S. Australian 5339 to 5365 

Boar 2132, 2137, 2141 & 2155 

Borneo :ooi 

British New Guinea 1802 & 2973 

Bronze Spear-head ... ... ... ... ... 582 

Ceylon 1806 to 1815 

Chinese 2808 to 2823, 2825, 2826, 2827 

Dervish 2 947 5 2OI 5 2 o 2 , 5205, 5209 to 5211 

Fiji Islands, ... 1096 to 1103, 1157, 1158, 1162 to 1166 

Friendly Islands 1170 

East Indian ... 2983 

Japanese ... ... 2569 to 2571 

Kaffir (Sir Harry Smith's) 2337 

Kingsmill Islands, 1052, 1053, 1055, 1056, 1059, 1078, 
1159, 1160 

Liberian 1506 

Madagascar 1646, 1647, 1741 to 1743 

Malay 1000 & 1256 

Nubian 1649, 1650, 1731 to 1733 

Saxon Spear-heads ... ... 583, 584, 586, 587 

Solomon Islands IO 75> "67 to 1169 

Spetum (Henry VII.) 990 

Spetum (Henry VIII.) 2131 

Somaliland 1552 

Soudanese 1553 to 1555, 1556 to 1561, 1640 

Zanzibar 1641 to 1643 

Zulu 1572 & 1571 

Spear-Throwers, W. Australian Meros 2974 to 2978 

Spontoons, Officers i7th Century 2151 

i8th Century 2154 & 2156 

Spring Guns, Flint-lock, i7th Century 1134 

Spurs : Ancient, Found at Stanford 2714 

Ancient, Found at Halesowen 2715 & 2718 

Brazilian 2707 & 2711 

Military, about 1620 ... ... ... ... ... 2716 

Moorish .2708, 2709 & 2712 

44 INDEX. 

Spurs : Spanish 2710 & 2713 

Wooden, from Patagonia 2717 

Standards : 2nd Life Guards ... 2057 & 2058 

7th Dragoon Guards, Dettingen Standard ... 5374 
4th Dragoon Guards, ... ... ... 2059102061 

The Commonwealth ... ... ... ... 3353 

Statues, Zulu Warrior ... ... ... ... 6068 

Statues and Statuettes, Cromwellian Soldiers ... 135 to 143 

Statuettes, Marshal Bliicher 6247 

Staves, New Zealand ... ... ... ... ... 1891 to 1893 

Sticks, Carved, Marquesas Islands 786 

Kingsmill Islands ... ... ... ... 1060, 1061, 1062 

Stirrups, Carved Wooden ... ... ... ... 1541 to 1546 

Pair of Chinese 2830 

Stone Shot 6087106095 

"Superb," H.M.S., Bar Shot fired into at Algiers 6106 

Swords : Abyssinian ... ... ... ... ... ... 1718 

Afghan .' 2878102881 

Afghan Chieftain's 34 

Afghan Tulwar Captured at Jallalabad 2877 

Presented to Major General Ainslie ... ... 245 

Arabian 1710 & 1711, 2256 & 2257 

Arabian Scimitar 2247 

Artillery, 1800 2173 

Borneo 1819 to 1825, 1862, 2258 & 2259 

British Artillery ... 2188 

Burmese 1489 & 1493 

Burmese Cutlass-Sabre 2279 

Burmese Sabre 2287 & 2290 

Captain James Cook's 34 2 

Cavalry, 1908 pattern 6029 

Cavalry, 1899 6144 

Chinese 2767 to 2775, 2778 & 2785 

Chinese Cutlass 2758 to 2766 

Chinese Executioner's 2261, 2286, 2777 

Chinese Two-handed 2824 

Rear-Admiral Cisneros's 3298 

Claymore Used at Culloden 254 

Claymore Used at Quebec, 1759 223 

Three Cleddyos ... 579. 5 8 & 5 8x 

Admiral Lord Collingwood's ... ... 33^3 

Combined Sword and Pistol, 1841 ... ... 2183 

Cossack's, 1854 ... 2564 

Cromwell's ... 209 

Damascened Kutti 335 r 

Damascus Sabre 2246 

Danish Naval, 1811 337 

Demerara I 54 

Dervish Omdurman 5224 & 5226 

Dutch Naval Officer's ... 6017 
Dress Sword, 52nd Foot 310 

INDEX. 45 

Swords: Drummer's, 1830 2580 

E. India 1865, 1866, 1868 & 1869 

Hon. East India Coy's. Officer's 6131 

English Backsword, I7th Century 2227 

Admiral Viscount Exmouth's ... 3357 & 3358 

XV. Century, Found in the Thames 2210 

Portion of one of the XV. Century 589 

Field- Marshal, Duke of Wellington's 6365 

French Drummer's, 1850 2578 

French Officer's, Taken at Balinamuch 5375 

French Officer's, Taken at Trafalgar 85 

Pair of French Duelling 14 

French Staff Officer's, Taken at Waterloo ... 152 

French Heavy Cavalry 6317 

Gauntlet, Indian * 2 35i I2 36, 1237 

General Officer's, with Fancy Scabbard 2245 

German 2194 & 2195 

German, i7th Century 2230 

German, Two-handed 2I 97 & 2 5&8 

German, Two-handed, 1500 ... ... ... ... 2193 

German Executioner's ... ... ... ... 2209 

German Hunting i8th Century ... 2212 & 2213 

Heavy Cavalry, 1822 2185 

Heavy Cavalry, 1830 2181 

Heavy Cavalry, 1853 2179 

Officer's Heavy Cavalry, 1860 2182 

Highland Claymore 22 34 

Highland Claymore, 1715 2233 

Highland Claymore of H.R.H. Duke of York ... 228 

Hilt Of, l6oO 2219 tO 2221 

Hilt of Two-edged, i7th Century 2228 

Hilton Presentation 2651 

Hyder Ali 3088 

Indian ...1239 to 1248, 1495 to 1497, 2289, 2852 to 2854 

Indian, Taken at Jelalabad 1490 

Indian Cavalry Pattern 2641 

Indian Scimitar 2248 to 2253 

Indian Tulwars, 1300 to 1325, 1345 to 1380, 1384 to 1388 

Infantry Pattern, Used in Crimea 25 

Infantry Officer's, 1825. 6298 

Infantry Officer's to 1894 1639 

Italian Rapier, i7th Century 2226 

Italian Rapier, i8th Century 2236 

Japanese *749 

Japanese Two-handed 1659 to 1661, 1663 

Japanese, Short 1662, 1664 to 1670 

Japanese, Executioner's 2894 

Javanese 1863, 1864, 1867 

Admiral Sir John Jervis's ^.. 316 

46 INDEX. 

Sivords: Liberia ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 3000 

Lieutenant Charles Brand's 6272 

Light Cavalry, 1822 2184 

Light Cavalry, 1830 2172 

Officer's Light Cavalry, Used at Waterloo ... 2187 

Officer's Light Cavalry, Pattern, 1815 22 

Officer's Madras Light Cavalry, 1840 2186 & 2581 

Officer's Madras Light Cavalry ... ... ... 2176 

Mexican ... 2262 

Moorish, i6th Century 2260 

Nana Sahib's Scimitar 2876 

Naval Sword, 1835 314 

Naval Officer's Sword, 1746 315 

Naval Officer's, 1780. 6296 

Naval, Used at Trafalgar ... ... 592 

Naval Officer's, 1745 ... ... 2177 

Taken by Lord Nelson 3103 & 3104 

Presentation to Lord Nelson 303-4 

Lord Nelson's Fighting 96 

Nepaulese ... 2266 

Presentation to Col. J. Macphail ... ... ... 6035 

Oriental One-edged ... ... ... 1485 

Oriental Scimitar ... ... 6275 

Portuguese Infantry ... ... ... ... ... 6350 

Portuguese Artillery ... ... ... 6349 

Portuguese Light Cavalry ... ... ... ... 6346 

Persian Officer's ... ... ... ... ... 2171 

Persian Scimitar 1487, 1488,1492 

Presentation to Lieut. G. Pigot, R.N 967 

Presentation to Capt. J. Pendergras, R.N. ... 320 

Presentation to General John Prince 304 

General Reynier's, Taken at Maida 178 

Russian Pioneer Sword 2010 

Russian, 1854 2566, 2567 & 2568 

Sabre, i6th Century 2217 & 2218 

Small Sabre, Ceylon 2288 

Sea Service Cutlass, George III 2583 

Sergeant's, George III. 1638 

Short French, 1796 ... 2214 

Short Burmese .- 2776 

Spanish Cavalry 6147 

Spanish Pioneer's, 1810 ... 1230 . 

Spanish 2232 

Spanish, 1600 ... ... 2225 

Spanish Rapier, 1670 ... ... 2229 

Solingen Rapier Blade ... ... 2231; 

Straight Blade with Steel Supports ... 1238 

Straight-bladed, 1830 ... ... 2196 

Staff Pattern, Used at Waterloo ... ... 2178 

Two-handed, Swiss, i6th Century 2582 

INDEX. 47 

Swords: Two-handed, Henry VIII 2585 

Admiral Sir Sydney Smith 317 

Presentation to Capt Sir Thomas Staines, R.N. 319 

Sudanese ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1501 

Tippoo Sahib's ... ... ... ... ... ... 3087 

Turkish Cavalry 2189 

Turkish Pirate Sabres 2254 & 2255 

Turkish Sabre Presented to Lt. -General Sir Hud- 
son Lowe ... ... ... ... ... ... 89 r 

Tulwar from Bhurtpore ... ... ... ... 2211 

Two-edged Straight Iron, i6th Century 2216 

Trafalgar Presentation 3105 

U.S.A., 1858 2584 

Venetian 2I 74 

Admiral Villeneuve's 3 2 97 

West African 2264 & 2265 

Officer's, Westminster Volunteer Cavalry ... 2175 

Officer's Undress, Westminster Light Horse ... 2579 

Presentation to Col. Sir James Wilson 321 

Wooden, Kingsmill Islands 1057 

Major-Gen. James Wolfe's 208 

Yeomanry Cavalry 2180 

Yeoman of the Guard 27 

Long Zanquebar ... ... ... ... ... 2263 


Tel-el-Kebir, Battle of, Railway Station Board 6264 

Telescopes, Nautical Night-glass, 1840 2646 

Pasco's Trafalgar 37 

Major-Gen. Sir A. Woodford's (Waterloo) ... 161 

" Temeraire, " H.M.S., Portion of Bombshell 332 

"Thetis," H.M.S., Dollars Recovered from 548 

Last Fragment of Keel' 1185 

Model of Derrick 2953 

48 INDEX. 

Thirteenth Hussars, Water Colour Sketches of 924 

" Tiger," H.M.S., Crown Piece Recovered from Wreck of 429 

Tippoo Sahib, Dress Worn by 827 

Tomahawks, N. American 1512, 1513, 2999 

Toulon, Siege of, Cartouche Bag 331 

Tower of London, Relics from Fire ... 6273 

Trafalgar, Battle of, Copy of Signals of Villeneuve and 

Gravina ... ... ... ... 659 

Design in Water-colours of Nelson's 

Signal ... ... 649 

Engraving of Hoggins' Picture 6286 

French Officer's Dirk Taken at ... 87 

French Officer's Pistol Taken at ... 88 

French Seaman's Cockade 599 

Letter Describing 595 

List of Killed and Wounded ... 653 

Model of 2067 

Naval Sword Used at ... ... 592 

,. Nelson's Secret Memorandum ... 3308 

Official Despatch 3296 

Pasoo's Telescope ... ... ... 370 

Poster Announcing Victory ... 6250 
Capt. W. G. Rutherford's Gold 

Medal 3166 

Sketch Plan of 596 

Spanish Double-headed Shot used at 2021 

Sword of Admiral Cisneros ... ... 3298 

Sword of Admiral Villeneuve ... 3297 

Writing Desk of Lt. John Wells ... 593 

Trumpets, Abyssinian 1616 

W. African 1698 

Balaclava Field 1228 

Bamboo, Darnley Islands 1702 

IJsDEX. 49 


Uniforms : Admiral's British Full Dress 888 

Carabineers, 1750 1582 

Cinque Ports Volunteers, 1803 6299 

Coattee, East Norfolk Militia 6291 

Coattee, Loughborough Volunteers 885 

Coattee, Royal Edinburgh Volunteers ... 6001 

Coattee, 43rd Regiment 308 

Dolman and Sash, i5th Hussars 21 

Dress Coattee, Cheshire Militia 870 

First Naval Lieutenant's, 1748 2403 

First Naval Post Captain's, 1748 ... 2404 & 2405 

i6th Light Dragoons 302 

F.O. Sash, 2gth Foot, 1840 241 

42nd Highlander's Hackle Feather Bonnet ... 167 

6oth Rifles Officer's Pouch and. Belt 190 

Light Company, Hereford Local Militia ... 307 

Officer's Plume, i2th Lancers 240 

Light Company, Officer's Sash, 2gth Foot... 242 
Light Company, Officer's Crossbelt, 2gth 

Foot ... 243 

Light Horse Volunteers 6328 

Lord Nelson's Coat 3032 

Officer's Coattee and Sash, Wansford Volun- 
teers 309 

Pouch, 2gth Foot, 1840 244 

Shell Jacket, g6th Regiment 6129 

Shropshire Yeomanry 844 

Sikh Jacket, 1845 172 

Silk Sash Worn at Culloden 256 

Silk Sash, 52nd Regiment, 1810 174 

Sword Knot of 2gth Foot 179 

Westminster Militia 6316 

1 3th Light Dragoons 6368 & 6372 

Umbrellas, King Koffee's 2639 

King Prempeh's 2640 

50 ' TNDEX. 


Vandeleur, General Sir John Ormsby, Medals and Orders of... 45 

" Victory," H.M.S., Bottle of Port from 104 

Lower portion of Mainmast 2018 

Model of, 1735 ... 434 

Model of Foremast 942 

Model of Nelson's Coffin ... 369 

Paper Knife made from Wood of 17 

Piece of Caulking 86 

Piece of Jack ... ... ... ... 6312 

Piece of Jib-boom 2019 

Piece of one of the Timbers '80 

Piece of Union Flag ... 2349 

Piece of Wood from the Deck 90 

Portion of Mizzen Topmast ... ... 2020 

Round Shot fiom ... 2022 

"Victoria," H.M.S., Signal Box of 2643 

" Victoria & Albert," H.M.Y., model of 828 

" Ville-de-Paris, " French Battleship, Clock-face taken from 2355 

Vimiera, Battle of, Snuff Box of French Officer killed at 6023 


Walking Cane, H.R.H. Frederick Duke of York's .*. 305 

Walking Stick Gun, French, date 1780 2459 

Wall Pieces, Flint-lock, 1793 2427 

German Flint-lock fixed Gun 2451 

Wammera, N. Australian .*. < I 6j(), 1751 & 1780 

War Clubs, British Guiana ... , 1114 

British New Guinea 1038 

Fiji Islands ion, 1013, 1035, 1067, 1068, 1070, 6249 

Friendly Islands 1010, 1012, 1014, to 1018, 1024, 1032, 

1047, 1049 to 1051, 1154, 1155 

Hervey Islands ... 1037 

Marquesas Islands 1002 & 1003 

New Caledonia 1009, 1025 to 1029 

New Zealand ... ... IO 33 I( H3 & 1156 

New Zealand Adze ... ... 2609 to 2611 

New Zealand Meri 2592 to 2608 

St. Christopher's Island 1153 

Solomon Islands ... ... ^39, 1115, & 1116 

Wallis Island 1030 & 1031 

War Hammers, Horseman's Steel 2142 

War Hatchets. Chinese 2793 

Trumbash from Omdurman ... ... 3152 

S. Australia ... 778, 779, 780 to 785 


War Quoits, Sikh 2869 to 2871 

War Trumpets, Ashanti (Ivory) 2205 

Sandwich Islands 794 & 795 

Soudanese (Ivory) 2939 & 2940 

Warrant, Signed by James, JJuke of York (James II.) ... 915 

Water Bottles, Afghan Soldier's, 1842 567 

Dervish, Leather S 2 3 

Water Colour Paintings, Allied Sovereigns in Hyde Park 0203 
Crimean War ... 943, 944 & 948 
Coldstream Guards, 1854 ... 6114 
Costumes of Army & Navy, 1854 6115, 
French Imperial Guards at 

Waterloo 6204. 
Kwaga Pass, Afghanistan ... 6024 

Emperor Napoleon 1 6003 

Norman's Cross Barracks ... 6268 
Waterloo, Battle of, Autograph Letter of Lord Seaton's 

describing 3355 

Ball used at 151 

Chain of Gate, Chateau Hougomont 148 
Cross of the Legion of Honour, picked 

up on Field 168 

Frame containing various Relics ... 113 

French Musket trom 2418 

French Soldier's Birth and Baptismal 

Certificate 6076 

French Soldier's Small Book ... 830 
French Staff Officer's Sword ... 152 
Glove and Handkerchief of the Mar- 
quis of Anglesey used at 

Grape Shot and two Bullets 

Hoof of last surviving Horse, 2nd 

Life Guards 166 

Map of France picked up on the Field 162 
Pair of French Horse Pistols 154 & 155 
Piece of the Gate of Hougomont ... 2207 
Pouch Badge (Eagle) ... 144 & 146 

Prince Bliicher's Saddle 

Shako Badge (Eagle) 

Shoulder Belt Plate, sist Light Infan- 
try worn at 

Siborne's Model of 

Sketch of Napoleon's Guide 

Straight Sword Blade from 

Telescope of Major-Gen. Sir A. Wood- 
ford 161 

Two Buttons and a Cartridge Ex- 
tractor 156 
Uniform of i6th Light Dragoons 

worn at 302 

62 INDEX. 

Waterloo, Battle of, Water Colour Painting 6204 

Wellesley, Marquis of, Autograph Letter 690 

AYellington, Fd.-ML, Duke of, Admission Card to Funeral 470 

Autograph Letter b68 

Camp Bedstead 6074 

Cape of Cloak in 

Cocked Hat 108 

Hair of 3083 

Letter Concerning his Charger ... 677 
Original Order of thanks to the 

Army 671 

Pair of W'hite Gloves no 

Plaster Bust 2340 

Pocket Handkerchiefs 3082 

Riband of the Order of the Garter 

109 & 3081 

Sword of 6365 

Umbrella 112 

Vest of 478 

Westminster Volunteer Cavalry, Letter concerning Guidons 669 

Whitehall, Sermon preached at 514 

William IV., King, Autograph Letter 68 1 

2 Seals of 2 

Wiltshire, Gen., Sir Thomas, Orders and Decorations of 

3093 to 3099 

Wolfe, Maj. -General James, Field Canteen of 2648 

Leaden Ball from Quebec, 1759 ... 224 

Sketch of 207 

Sword of 208 


Yataghans, Albanian 3131 

Dervish, scythed 3 T 46 

Curved, from Kordofan 2278 

Nubian ... 1717 

Turkish 997, 1673, 2269 to 2275, & 2324 

York, H.R.H., Frederick, Duke of, Autograph Letter 687 

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