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STACK?

THE

NEW

ANNUAL ARMY LIST,


pon

1845.
(BEING THE SIXTH ANNUAL VOLUME,)
CONTAINING

THK DATES OF COMMISSIONS, AND A STATEMENT OF THE WAR


SERVICES AND WOUNDS OF NEARLY EVERY OFFICER
IN THE ARMY, ORDNANCE, AND MARINES.

CORRECTED TO 27TII DECEMBER, 1644.

WITH

AN

INDEX.

BY

CAPTAIN IT. G. HART, 49Tir REOT.

LONDON:
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET,
1845.

EXPLANATIONS.

K.G.

Knight of the Order of the Garter.

K.T.

Knight of the Order of the Thistle.

K.P.

Knight of the Order of St. Patrick.

G.C.B.

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath.

K.C.B.

Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath.

C.B.

Companion of the Order of the Bath.

G.C.M.G.

Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. Michael and St. George.

K.C.H.G.

Knight Commander of

ditto

ditto

C.M.G.

Companion of

ditto

ditto

G.C.H.

Knight Grand Cross of the Hoyal Hanoverian Guelphic Order.

K.C.II.

Knight Commander of

K.H. Knight of
K.C.

ditto

ditto

ditto

ditto

Knight of the Crescent.

ST

Before the Name, denotes that the Officer was at the Battle of Trafalgar.

Before the Name, denotes that the Officer served in the Peninsula, or the
South of France.

C Officers actually present in either of the actions of the


ffiSLt Waterloo Medal. < ICth, 17th, or 18th June, 1815. Such Officers are
C. allowed two years' additional service.
N. B. In the List of General and Field Officers, the Names printed in Italic are those of
Officers retired from the Army, who have been specially allowed to retain their Bank, but
without receiving Pay or progressive Promotion.
The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are
actually attached; the Letters s. and r. distinguish Officers employed on the Staff, or on
the Recruiting Service; the Letters R. M. in the Cavalry Regiments, allude to the Riding
Masters ; the Letters d. pm. and d. adj. denote the Depot Paymaster and Depot Adjutant
respectively.The *, before the Name or Date of Commission, denotes Temporary Rank
only. The Letter r before the Date indicates that the Commission was purchased.
The words subscribed to the titles of Regiments, as " Peninsula," " Waterloo," &c. denote
the Honorary Distinctions permitted to be borne by such Regiments on their Colours and
appointments, in commemoration of their Services.

LONDON: PRINTED BY STKWAET AND MURRAY, OLD DAILET.

CONTENTS.

page
Actions or Battles
450
Adjutants of Recruiting Districts .... 203
Aides-de-Camp to the Queen
4
American Staff.
322
Artillery, Royal
204
Barrack Masters
320
Bath, Officers of the Order of
405
Battles or Actions
450
Cadets, Company of Gentlemen
173
Canada Staff
323
Cape Mounted Riflemen
259
Ceylon Rifle Regiment
257
Ceylon Staff
324
Chaplains' Department
312, 426
Chatham Depot Staff
320
Chelsea Hospital
318, 449
Colonels
32
Commissariat Department
300, 410
Depot Battalion in the Isle of Wight
259
Dragoon Guards
121
Dragoons
128
Engineers, Royal
281
Field Marshal*
6
Foot Guards
144
Foot (Numbered Regiments)
151
Foreign Corps on Half pay
437
Foreign Orders
406
Foreign Stations, Staff on
822
Garrisons
318, 447
Garter, Order of
4(10
Generals
0
General Officers receiving Rewards for
Distinguished Services
4
Gentlemen at Arms, the Honourable
Corps of
116
German Legion
437
Great Britain Staff
319
Half-pay List
329
Hibernian Military School
449
Honorary Distinctions
450
Horse Guards, Royal Regiment of . . 120
Jamaica Staff
398
Index
475
Inspecting Field Officers
263
Ionian Island*, Staff
S22
Ireland, Staff in
32

page
Lieutenant-Generals
9
Lieutenant-Colonels
67
Life-Guards
118, 119
Light Dragoons
130
Local Rank
114
Maidstone Dep6t Staff
319
Major Generals
13
Majors
90
Malta Fencibles
863
Marines, Royal
293
Mauritius Staff
824
Medical Department
309, 418
Medical Department, Ordnance
291
Military College
318,449
Military Asylum
318, 449
Militia
315
Newfoundland Companies
261
North America Staff
322
Nova Scotia Staff
822
Order of the Garter
480
Thistle
460
St. Patrick
460
Bath
461
St. Michael and St. George 405
Orders, Foreign
466
Ordnance Department
864
Paymasters of Recruiting Districts . . 263
Provisional Battalion at Chatham .... 258
Quarter-Master-General's Department 117
Recruiting Staff
263
Retired Officers on Full Pay
829
Rifle Brigade
252
Riding Establishment, Ordnance .... 873
St. Michael and St. George, Order of 466
St. Patrick, Order of
460
Sappers and Miners
285
Staff at Head Quarters
117
Staff of Great Britain
319
Staff on Foreign Stations
382
Thistle, Order of
460
Tower of London
448
Veterinary Surgeons on h. p
496
Western Australia, Staff of
324
West India Regiments
854
West India Staff
383
Yeoincu of thy Guard

AIDES-DE-CAMP TO THE QUEEN.


Colonel Charles Richard Fox, Unatt.
Colonel G. A. Wetherall, CB. KH., Unatt.
Sir Jas. Holmes Schoedde, KCS., 55 F.
John Townsend, 14 Drs.
Henry John Wm. Bentinck, Coldst. Gds.
Thomas Reed, 82 F.
G. M. of Huntly, KT. Aberdeen Militia.
T. Wood, Royal East Middlesex Militia.
John Le Couteur, Jersey Militia.
Ernest Earl of Mount Edgcumbe, Duke of
Cornwall's Rangers.
Thos. Earl de Grey, York Hussar Ycoroaury Cavalry.
Edward Baker, R. Wilts Yeomanry Ca
valry.
Cha. D. of Richmond, KG. Sussex Mil.
William, Mara, of Thomond-, KP. Cork
City Mil.

B Colonel Thoi. Adams Parke, CB. R. Marines.


J
John Owen, CB. KH. R. Marines.
Wm. Lord Dinorben, R. Anglesey Militia
B5E1
Alexander Kennedy Clark Kennedy,
CB. KH., Unattached.
Horatio Georgo Broke, Unatt.
Thomas Weare, KH., Pror. Bn.

John Oldrleld, KH., R. Engineers.


B SZl
Thomas Dyneley, CB. R. Artillery.
$Wi
S. VUc. Guillamore, Unatt.
Thomas Monteath, CB., E. I. C. Serr.
B
Culin Campbell, CB., 98 F.
Peter EdmonstoneCraigle,CB.,h.p. 53 P.
9
Samuel Bolton, CB., 31 F.
Edmund Morris, CB., Unattached.
Geo. Peter Wymer, CB., E. I. C. Senr.
James Priaulx, Guernsey Militia.
William Pattle, CB. E. I. C. Scrv.

OFFICERS RECEIVING REWARDS FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICES.


General $ John M'Kenzle
James Robertson
Pinion Bon 1mm
William Eden
Sir Alexander Halkett, Kt'll.
John Granny Clay
Lieut. -Gen. Samuel Huskisson
Dennis Herbert
James Lomax.
Major-Gen. Sir Darld Xlmencs, KCH.
Heller Tousel.
f Sir Henry King, CB., KCH.
1 Edward Dailey.
8 iffl Sir Alexander Cameron, KCR.
B Sir Henry Watson, CB.
Tho. Brans, CB.
V Sir Archibald Maclaine, CB.

Major-Gen. B 5!8 James Hay, CI>.


f William Wood, CB. KH.
George Burrell, CB.
R. G. Elrlngton, CB.
B Sir Robert John Harvey. CB.
Sir Dudley St. Leger Hill, CB.
Sir Richard Armstrong, CB.
Wm. F. P. Napier, CB.
John Duffy, CB.
I James Fergusson, CB.
) Thomas William Brotherton, CB.
William Smelt, CB.
8 Sir James Henry Reynett, KCH.
- : Atured Doflsworth Faunce, CB.
Colonel . . . fj JUB Richard Egerton, CB., Unatt.
Quarter-Master T.
James
W. Edwards,
Murray, h.h.p.p.84
84 F.
F.

THE

NEW ANNUAL ARMY LIST,


1845.

FIELD-MARSHALS.
Big Grace ARTHUR, JDuke of WELLINGTON, KG. GCB. GCH., Ensign,
7 March, 1787; Lieut. 25 Dec. 87 ; Captain, 30 June, 91 ; Major, 30 April, 93;
Lieut.-Colanel, 30 Sept. 93; Colonel, 3 May, 96; Major- General, 29 April, 02;
Lieut.- General, 25 April, 08; General (in Spain and Portugal), 31 July, 11 ; Field
Marshal, 21 June, 13. Colonel of the Grenadier Regiment of Foot Guards, 22 Jan.
1827 ; Coloncl-in-Chief of the Rifle Brigade, 19 Feb. 1820; Constable of the Tower of
London, 29 Dec. 1826; Lord Warden of the Cinque Porte, 27 Dec. 1828; Commanderin-Chief, 15 Aug. 1842.
Hit Majesty the King of HANOVER, KG. KP. GCB., Lieut.-Gentral, 18 May, 1798;
General, 25 Sept 1803 ; Field Marshal, 26 Nov. 1813.
Ha Royal Highness ADOLPHDS FREDERICK, JDuJte of CAMBRIDGE, KG. GCB.
GCMO. GCH., Lieut.-General, 24 Aug. 1708 ; General, 25 Sept. 1803; Field Marshal,
26 Nov. 1813. Colonel of the Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards, 5 Sept. 1805;
and Colonel-in-Chief of the 60th (or the King's Royal Rifle Corps), 22 Jan. 1827.
His Majesty the King of the BELGIANS, KG. GCB. GCH., General, 2 May, 1816;
Field Marshal, 24 May, 1810.
Hit "Royal Highness FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMANUEL, Duke
of SAXONY, Princt of SAXE COBURG AND GOTHA, KG. KT. KP. GCB.
GCMG., 8 Feb. 1840. Colonel of the Scots Fusilier Guards, 25 April, 1842; Governor
a.'.i I Constable of Windsor Castle, 18 May, 1843.
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War Services of the General Officers who are not Colonels of Regiments.
1 Hb Majesty the King of the Netherlands served In the Peninsula from 1811 to the end of that
nr in 1814, the principal part of which period as extra Alde-de-Camp to the Duke of Wellington,
and was present at the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, and battles of Salamanca, Vittorla,
Pyrenees, and Jfivelle, for which his Majesty has received a cross and two clasps. Commanded
the Dutch troops in the campaign of 1815 ; and the first corps d'ara>6e of the Duke of Wellington's
forces, at the battle of Waterloo, and was shot through the left shoulder at the close of that action,
bavins, also, been present in the preceding engagements.
2 Sir George Cockbura served at Gibraltar during the siege of 1782, as Aide-de-Camp to Lord
Heathfield.
3 Sir Alexander Mackenzie served with Lord Moira's army on the expedition for the relief of
Otend, in 1794 ; as second in command at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1795; in
command of a division on the expedition against Naples, in 1808 ; and afterwards in command of
tbe army in the two Calabrias.
4 Lord Cork served in Flanders, in 1793, and was present at the sieges of Valenciennes and
Dunkirk, at the former of which he was one of the storming party. In 1794 he accompanied the
expedition under Lord Moira; was present at the battle of Alost, and made prisoner at the capi
tulation of Bergen-op-Zoom. Served with the Guards in Holland, in 1799. Commanded the
first battalion of the Coldstrcam Guards in Egypt, in 1801, and was present at the taking of
Alexandria, and in the different engagements with the army under Sir Eyre Coote, to the west
ward of Alexandria.
5 Sir Martin Hunter served in the first American war, including the battles of Bunker's Hill,
Bronklyn, and Brands-wine; storming the heights of Fort Washington, and the night attack on
General Wayne's brigade, on which occasion he was wounded. Served afterwards in the East
Indies, and commanded the 62nd at the sieges of Cannanore (commanded a corps of light infantry
that stormed the breach), Pollighautcherry, and Bangalore ; battle near Seringapatam, storming of
the fort of Sarandroog, the night attack on Tippoo's intrenched camp under the walls of Seringa
patam, where he was wounded in the body and arm. In 1797 he commanded a brigade at the
capture of Trinidad, and at the siege of Porto Rico. At the blockade of Malta in 1800, he com
manded the 48th regiment.
6 Lord Lorton served with the 58th as a marine on board the Vengeance 74. Went out with
Sir Charles Grey's expedition to the West Indies, in 1793, and served in the 1st battalion of
Grenadiers, under the command of the late Duke of Kent, at the captures of Martinique, St. Lucia,
and Gnadaloupe : on the conclusion of the campaign rejoined the 58th at Martinique. In about
fix weeks following, in consequence of a French force having retaken Grande Terre, he was ordered
with the Grenadiers again to Guadeloupe, and was engaged in the several actions of that second
campaign: in covering the retreat of the troops from Point-a-Pitre, was struck by a spent ball,
which was the occasion of a handsome compliment from Sir Charles Grey in front of the Grena
dier?, while inspecting the remains of the army on the afternoon of that fatal day, as in fact he
wa* a volunteer on this second expedition, having previously received permission from Sir Charles
to return to Europe in consequence of promotion. During the night the troops were re-embarked,
he commanded an advanced position close to the French lines while the operation was in progress.
Served also during the rebellion in Ireland, in 1798, at Vinegar Hill, &c., and subsequently as a
Brigadier-General in the Western District.
7 General George Michell served in Flanders in 1793, 94, and 95, in command of the llth
Dragoons, including the actions from Tournay to Bremen, the sieges of Valenciennes and Dunkirk,
and the actions at Famars, Cateau, Thuyl, and Gcldermalsen.
8 General M'Kenzie served the campaign of 1794 on the Continent, including the several
actions between the Waal and Rhine, forcing the enemy from St. Andre, sortie from Nimeguen,
and the actions at Thuyl and Geldermalsen. Served also on the eastern coast of Spain under Sir
Win. Henry Clinton.
9 General Robertson embarked with his regiment for India In January 1779; and, in 1781, he
was present at the sieges of Tripassore and Chittore, and the battles of Porto Novo, Pernambaccum, and Shoolingen ; in 1782, the battles near Vellore and at Arnes, besides several skirmishes;
in 1783, the battle and storming of the French lines, works, and redoubts before Cnddalore; in
1790, siege of Pollighantcherry ; In 1791, actions of the 5th and 17th of March before Bangalore,
together with its siege and storm ; siege and storm of Nundy Droog and Savan Droog ; in 1792,
battle and storming of Tippoo's lines, works, and redoubts before Seringapatam, 6th February,
and its siege; the storming of his horse camp, 18th February; in 1793, siege and capture of
Pondicherry.
10 General Wood served as a Major-General on the staff in the East Indies, and was actively
employed in the Nepaul war.
1 1 Genera] White was appointed, in 1793, Brigade-Major to the Guards employed in the cam
paigns in Flanders, and was present at the sieges of Valenciennes and Dunkirk, and at the action
and (terming of Lincelles.
12 General Bonham served upwards of 22 years in the West Indies, and acted as chief of the
Qnarter-Maxter-General'i department on the two expeditions against St. Lucia and Tobago, and
Demeran and Berbice ; on the latter he was second in command. He was also present at the
forming of Morne-Fortumjo, St. Lucia, on the night of the 2nd of June, 1803.

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War Services of the General Officers.

13 Sir Thomas Saumarez served in the II. .t American war from 1775 to its termination, and was
present in several of the principal actions, and at the sieges of Charlestown and Yorktown, at which
last he was made prisoner.
14 General Saunders has seen a great deal of service in the West Indies, and was actively
employed against Demcrara, St. Eustatia, and St. Vincent. During two years' service in Marti
nique and St. Lucia, he was present in the engagements of the Vigie, Gros Islet, Cul de Sac, and
Carnagie. Accompanied General Baird's army to Egypt, in 1801. Proceeded to the Peninsula
in June, 1809, and commanded the 61st at the battle of Talavera, for which he has received a medal.
15 General Goldie served in Ireland during the rebellion, in 1798; also in the Peninsula for a
few months, in 1812.
16 General Eden served as Assistant-Quarter-Master-General in Flanders in 1794, and in
Holland in 1795; also at the capture of Java in 1811, for which he has received a medal.
17 General Rebow was at the taking of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guadaloupe, in 1794, at
which last he was severely wounded through both thighs. Served also in the Peninsula in 1812.
18 General Gosselin served on the expedition against Genoa, under Lord Win. Bentinck ; and
subsequently in the American war.
19 Sir Arthur Richard Dillon served in Ireland during the rebellion, in 1798.
20 General Darroch served in Ireland during the rebellion, in 1798. On the expedition to
Hanover, in 1805; and on that to South America, in 1807. The Peninsular campaigns of 1808,
9, 10, and 11, including the affair near Carvalhos, passage of the Douro, and attack of Souk's
rear-guard at Salamonde. Served afterwards in the American war.
21 General Walker was present at the siege and surrender of Fort Bourbon, and of the Island of
Martinique, in 1794. He was at Basse Terre, in Guadaloupe, on the Republican Troops regaining
possession of the Island; and, at the defence of Fort Matilda from the 10th of October, when
attacked by the French, to nearly the time of its evacuation. In December following he proceeded
to Grenada in command of the Royal Artillery, and was there when the insurrection of the slaves
took place, assisted by the French, when the Governor and upwards of forty of the principal
inhabitants were murdered. He was Commandant of the garrison of Charlemont Fort during the
Irish rebellion in 1798.
22 Sir Alexander Halkctt served at the captures of Martinique, St. Lucia, and Guadeloupe, in
1794; at Ostcnd, under Sir Eyre Coote, where he was taken prisoner; with the expedition to the
Helder, in 1799, where he was twice wounded; and at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in
1806.
23 General Clay was at the taking of Martinique and St. Lucia in 1794, including the storming
of Morne de Pierre (led the forlorn hope), siege and reduction of Forts Louis and Bourbon.
Accompanied the expedition under Sir James Pulteney to Belleisle, Ferrol, and Vigo Bay. Served
also in Egypt in 1801, and was present in the actions of the 13th and 21st March, the siege of
Alexandria, and other affairs of less importance. Medal for services in Egypt.
24 Lieut.-General Thomas served in the first American war, and was present at the several
landings on Staten, Long, and York Islands; the battle of the 27th of August, 1776, on Long
Island, capture of Forts Lee and Washington, battles of Brandywine and Germantown, at which
last he received two balls in his head. Proceeded to the West Indies In 1778, and was present at
the capture of St. Lucia, and the battle of the Vigic. Served on board the Cornwall in the action
off Grenada, between Admiral Byron and the Couite d'Estaignes, Oth of July, 177!) ; also on board
the Conqueror in the action between Admiral Parker and La Motte Picquet, in Fort Uoyal Bay,
Martinique, 19th Dec. 1779; and in the successive actions between Rear Admiral Rowley with the
Comte de Guichcn, off Martinique, 17th April following. Present at the capture of Port-auPrince, 4th June, 1794. Served also in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798.
25 Lieut.-General Buller served the campaigns of 1 793 and 94 in Flanders; and subsequently in
the West Indies, including the siege of St. Lucia, and reduction of Grenada.
26 Lieut.-General T. L'Estrange served in the first American war, in North and South Carolina,
Staten, New York, Long, and Rhode Islands.
27 Sir Charles Phillips served at the siege of Fort Bourbon, and capture of Martinique, St.
Lucia, and Guadaloupe, in 1794. The Egyptian campaign of 1801, and has received the rnedal.
28 Lieut.-General Reynardson served in Egypt in 1801 ; and at Walchercn, in 1809. Medal for
services in Egypt.
29 Lord Carysfort served as Secretary to the mission of Colonel Crawfurd, at the head-quarters
of the Archduke Charles, and was present at all the battles of the campaign of 1796 in Germany, at
the siege of Kehl, and the affair at the beginning of 1797, on the Rhine. Served as aide-de-camp
to Lord Cornwallis in Ireland during the Rebellion; after which he was employed in Germany,
and was present at all the actions of that year in Switzerland, under General Ilotze, nnd with the
Russian army at the battle of Zurich. Campaign in Egypt as aide-de-camp to Sir Ralph Abercromby, and afterwards to Lord Hutchinson. On the Quarter-Master-GeneraPs staff on the
Expedition to Sweden, and afterwards to Spain, under Sir John Moore, including the battle of
Corunna. Embarked with the Guards for Walcheren in July 1809, and served in the reserve in
South Beveland. Accompanied the Guards to Spain in 181 1, and was appointed to the command
of the garrison of Cadiz. At the defence of Tarifa, he was second in command. Marched from
thence with the detachment of the Guards that joined Lord Hill, and subsequently formed a June

War Services of the General Officers.

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nan with the Duke of Wellington on his retreat from Burgos. In 1813 he returned to England,
and shortly afterwards he again embarked with a detachment of Guards for Flanders, a brigade of
which he commanded in the attack on Bergen-op-Zoom. Medal for services in Egypt.
30 Lieut.-General the Honourable T. E. Capel served the campaigns in Flanders under the Duke
of York. Employed as Assistant-Adjutant-General at Cadiz in 1811.
31 Ueu (.-General Mundy served in Ireland during the Rebellion, in 1798. Went in command
of the 3rd Dragoons to Walchereu, In 1809; and in command of the same regiment to the Penin
sula, in 1811.
32 Sir Henry Edw. Bunbury served in Holland in 1799, including the battles of the 19th Sept.,
2d and 6th October. Served also on the expedition to Naples and Calabria in 1805 and 0, and was
present at the battle of Maida, for which he has received a medal.
33 Lieut-General Mawby embarked with the 18th for Toulon, in October 1793; and, after
serving with it there, he was appointed Assistant-engineer, and sent to the out-post of Cape Brun,
where he remained until that place was evacuated, 17th December following. Embarked for
Corsica 12th May 1794; proceeded with the Grenadiers from Bastia for Calvi. in June, and was
present during the whole of the siege of that place, as also at the storming of the Mozclle fort.
Embarked for India 20th April 1805, in command of the 53rd. In November 1809, he accom
panied the regiment into the province of Bundelcund, and was appointed to command the first
brigade of Infantry, and which command he held until the army was ordered into cantonments,
29th March 1812. At the storming of Callinger, 2nd February, 1812, he commanded the British
troops.
34 Ueut.-General the Honourable John Meade served in Holland under the Duke of York.
Accompanied the expeditions to the Ferrol and to Portugal, in 1800. Served also in the Peninsula,
and commanded the 45th at the battle of Busaco, for which he has received a medal.
35 Sir Robert Barton served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, and was present in the actions
of the 8th, 10th, and 19th September. Accompanied the Life Guards to the Peninsula, where he
served for a short period.
30 Sir Wm. Paterson served at the taking of the French West India Islands, in 1794. Served
also in the American war, and was present at several operations in the Chesapcak, and with the
expedition against New Orleans, where he was severely wounded.
37 Sir John Guise served with the 3rd Guards at Ferrol, Vigo, and Cadiz, in 1800 ; the Egyptian
campaign of 1801 (medal), including the actions of the 8th and 21st March, and 17th Aug., attack
of the fortress of Marabout on the following day, action of the 22nd Aug., investment and capture
of Alexandria. Expedition to Hanover in 1805-6. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1809, and
commanded the light battalion of the Guards with a Rifle company of the 60th attached, on the
rttreat to the lines in 1810, battle of Busaco, and subsequent retreat, lines of Torres Vedras, several
actions on the advance from thence in 1811, and battle of Fuentes d'Oiior. Present also at the
sieges and captures of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz. Commanded the 1st battalion of the 3rd
Guards t the battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos and retreat from thence,
advance in 1813, battle of Vittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa,
battles of the Nive, passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie during
the latter part of the action he commanded the 2nd brigade of Guards in consequence of Sir E.
Stopford being wounded. Sir John has received a cross.
38 Sir James Bathurst served at the capture of Surinam, under Sir Thomas Trigge ; the Egyptian
campaign of 1801 (medal), including the action at the landing, also the various actions during the
campaign to the east and west of Alexandria, and at the siege of Marabout. Expedition to Hanover
in 18O5 ; in Poland with the Russian and Prussian armies, and was present in most of the principal
actions. Served also at the sieges of Stralsund and Copenhagen, in 1807. Proceeded to the
Peninsula in 1808, and was present at the battles of Roleia, Coruuna, Talavera, and Busaco, for
which be has received a cross.
30 Lieut.-General Pigot was actively employed in the West Indies, in 1794; in the Mediter
ranean and capture of Minorca, in 1798; at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 180C; and
in the East Indies, in 1818.
40 Lieut.-General the Honourable H. O. Trevor served in Flanders in 1793, 94, and 95, and at
Copenhagen, in 1807. Embarked 31st December 1808, with the first battalion of the Coldstream
Guards for the Peninsula, where he served until May 1811, and again, from May to November
1812 ; commanded the regiment at the battle of Salamanca, for which he has received a medal.
41 Ueut.-Gcncral the Honourable A. P. Upton joined the Duke of York's army in Holland, in
Novernljr 17U4, with which he served the ensuing winter campaign, and returned to England with
the army in May 1795. In 1709 he was appointed Aide-de-camp to Sir Ralph Abercromby, and
was present at the buttle ofthe 27th August on the landing near the Holder, as also at those of the
10th September, 2nd and 6th October. Appointed Assistant Quarter-Mostcr-Gcneral to the army
under Lord Chatham, in 1809; landed at Waleheren 27th July with the troops, and was present at
the actions in which the enemy were driven into Flushing, and also at the siege of that place.
Stned at Cadiz from April 1811 to August 1812, and with the Duke of Wellington's army on the
Quwter-Master-General's staff, from September 1812 to the end of the war in 1814, including the
retreat into Portugal, actions of San Munos and Osnm, battle of Vittoria, action at Tolosa, passage
of the Bidawot, tattle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, 1 1 th, and 12th December,

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War Services of the General Officers.

passage of the Adour, action of St. Etienne, investment of Bayonne, and repulse of the sortie.
Employed as military correspondent with the Bavarian army, in 1815, and was present with it in
its various operations. He has received a medal and one clasp for battles of Vittoria and the Nive.
42 Lieut.-General Hnskisson served in the field, in India, under Lord Lake, and subsequently
at the siege of Ryghur, and at the capture of several towns and forte. In October, 1818, com
manded at Candeish, at the taking of Behauderpore and Amulneir.
43 Lieut.-General Monckton served in Ireland during the Rebellion, in 1798.
44 Lieut.-General the Honourable George Murray served the Peninsular campaigns of 1813
and 14, in command of the 2nd Life Guards.
45 Sir Henry Askew served in Holland and Flanders, from July 1794 to April 1705; with the
expedition to Walcheren, in 1809. Embarked for the Peninsula in Sept. 1812, where he served
until the end of that war, in 1814, having commanded the first battalion of the Grenadier Guards,
at the Passage of the Bidassoa, battles of Nivelle and Nive (medal), Passage of the Adour, and
blockade of Bayoune. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at the battle
of Quatre Bras, where he commanded the 2nd battalion of Grenadier Guards.
40 Lieut.-General S. Brown served in Egypt, in 1801, as an Assistant Quarter- Master-General.
In January 1808, he was sent on a secret service under the orders of .the Secretary of State, and
appointed Deputy Quarter-Master-General to the forces under General Spencer. In June 18O8,
he was employed on a secret service in Portugal, and was present as a volunteer at the battle of
Roleia.
47 Lieut-General Herbert served on the Continent with the army under Lord Moira and the
I'n1... of York. Engaged during the Carib war in St. Vincent's ; at Port-au-Prince, in St. Domingo ;
and at Fort Irois during the three months' siege. Served also at the siege of Copenhagen, 1807.
48 Lieut.-General Armstrong went out to Flanders with Lord Moira, in 1794; joined the Duke
of York at Antwerp, and was in that disastrous retreat through Holland in the winter of 1794 and
1795, and embarked at Bremen. Served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1708, and was AsgistantAdj utant-General of the Centre District, under General R. Dundas, until the peace of 1802.
49 Sir George Quentin served in the Peninsula in command of the 10th Hussars, and has received
a medal and one clasp for the battles of Orthes and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815,
and was severely wounded at Waterloo.
60 Lieut-General Gordon served at the siege of Pondicherry, battle of Argaum, sieges of
Asseerghur, Gawilghur, and various other hill forts. Served also at Walcheren, in 1809.
61 Lieut.-General Bethune served with the 4Dth in Holland, in 1799, and was severely wounded
in the lungs at the battle of Alkmaar. Also on board the Bellona at Copenhagen, under Lord
Nelson, and received a wound from a cannon-shot which lacerated his lower jaw. At the breaking
out of hostilities in 1803. he was exposed to the decree of Napoleon, which arrested British
subjects in the French territories, and remained a prisoner until 1814.
52 Lieut.-General Wardlaw served in the Peninsula, and commanded the Tl'lh at the battle of
the Nive, for which he has received a medal.
63 Lieut.-General Yates served in Egypt, in 1801, and has received the Egyptian mednl.
64 Lieut.-General Owen served at the siege of Fort Bourbon, and captures of Martinique, St.
Lucia, and Guadaloupe, in 1794. Present, also, in the different actions when the latter Island
was attacked by the French ; and at the repulse of the enemy's attack at Berville, he was severely
wounded, and subsequently taken prisoner, but made his escape from Point-a-Pitre in 1795.
Served also in Ireland during the Rebellion, in 1798; and the campaign of 1799, in Holland.
65 Lieut.-General Shortall served on the Continent, under the Duke of York, in 1794 and 95.
56 Lieut-General Crawford served in Holland in 1794 and 95, and was present at Tiel when
bombarded by the French ; at Nimeguen during the siege and at the sortie ; at the attack of Fort
St. Andre, the attack on the enemy's works at Thuyl, the several engagements in and near Geldermansel ; and on the retreat his guns, which were in rear of the Army, were constantly engaged.
In 1798, he was actively employed in Ireland during the Rebellion.
57 Major-General Strutt served at Gibraltar from March 1782, to the termination of the siege ;
and on the Continent during the campaigns of 1794 and 95. Was actively employed in the island
of St. Vincent during the latter part of 1 795 and the early part of 1790 ; in the action of the 8th
Jan. he received three wounds, viz. in the mouth, in the breast by a buck shot, and above the right
knee by a iniusket-ball, which buried itself in the bone, and occasioned amputation of the leg.
58 Major-General Bradshaw was actively employed in St. Domingo in 1793, 94, and 95, and
commanded at St. Maries and Tiburon, when those posts were attacked by the enemy. Served in
Ireland during the rebellion, in 1798 ; with the expedition to the Ferrol, hi 1800; and the Egyp
tian campaign of 1801 , including the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March. Medal for services
in Egypt.
59 Baron Low served at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807. Proceeded from thence to the
Peninsula, and was present at the capture of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Busaco, action at
Sabugal, battle of Fueutes d'Onor (wounded), siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, covering the siege of
Badajoz, affair of Llerena, battle of Salamanca, and siege of Burgos. Medal and one clasp.
60 Viscount de Chabot served in Holland, in 1709 ; in Spain, under Sir John Moore ; with the
expedition to Walcheren, 1809 ; and subsequently in the Peninsula, until 1810.
61 Sir Patrick Rose served nine years in India as Captain of the 25th, afterwards the 22nd Light

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Dragoons, in the Mysore campaign under Lord Harris, in 1799, including the battle of Mallavelly,
sod siege of Seringapatam ; with the division under Sir Arthur Wellesley, in the campaign of 1801,
against the Mahratta Chief Dhoondiah ; and from 1802 to 1804, in the Mahratta country, and at
the reduction of the ceded provinces. He returned from India in 1805, soon after which he was
appointed Major ; and, in 1807, Lieut-Colonel of the 23rd Light Dragoons. Having exchanged to
infantry, he joined the 2nd battalion of the 48th regt. in Portugal, in 1810, and as the senior officer
held the command of General (the late Lord) Hill's brigade until compelled by severe illness to
return to England. On his recovery, he was placed as Assistant-Adjutant-General on the Home
Staff, on which he continued till the Peace of 1814. In 1816, he was appointed to the 75th regt.
joined it in the Ionian Islands, and remained in command of that corps, and of the Island of
Santa Maura and Zante until 1821, when he was promoted to the rank of Major-General. In 1824
be was appointed to the Staff of the Ionian Islands, from which he was advanced to the Govern
ment of Antigua, Montserrat, and Barbuda in the following year.
62 Major-Genera] Palmer served in the Peninsula with the 10th Hussars.
63 Major-General Wm. Stewart served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal for the battle
of Albnhera.
64 Sir Henry Wm. Rooke embarked with the 3rd Guards for Holland, in Aug. 1799, and was
present in the actions of the 27th Aug., 10th and 19th Sept., 2nd and 6th October. Embarked
again for Holland, Nov. 1813, in command of the 2nd battalion of that regt., and was present at
the advance to Antwerp, bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp, and attack on Bergen-opZoom. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo.
63 Major-General the Honourable Edward P. Lygon served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Life
Guards, from Nov. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Vittoria. Served
also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
66 Sir John Geo. Woodford nerved as Deputy- Assistant-Adjutant-General on the Expedition to
Stralsund, and afterwards to Copenhagen, in 1807 ; and as Deputy-Assistant-Quarter-MasterGeneral on the Expedition under Sir David Baird, which joined Sir John Moore's army in Galicia,
and was present at the battle of Corunna. Served afterwards in the Peninsula as an AssistantQnarter-Master-General, nnd has received a cross for the battles of Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and
Tonlnusf. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo, and the taking of Cambray.
67 Major-General Hamerton served on the Continent under the Duke of York, in 1794. Em
barked for the West Indies, in 1795, and was at the capture of St. Lucia the following year.
Serted in Egypt, in 1801. Commanded the 1st battalion of the 44th regt. in Spain ; and the 2nd
battalion in the campaign of 1815, and was wounded at the battle of Waterloo.
69 Sir Love Jones Parry served in the last American war ; commanded a frontier brigade in
Upper Canada, and was wounded and had a horse shot under him at the battle of Lundy's Lane.
(9 Sir David Ximenes served in Sicily, Egypt, twice in North America, Bermuda, Ceylon, and
India. Was present at the taking of the Islands of Ischia and Procida, in 1809. Commanded the
62nd at the attack and capture of Genoa, in 1814 ; and at the successful expedition up the Penobscot
in the same year. Sir David was nearly 38 years on Foreign Service.
70 Major-General Colquhoun served in Flanders and Holland under the Duke of York, in 1794
nd 95, and was present at the battle of Tournay ; and in the attack by the enemy on the advanced
port of Dratin, 19th Oct. 1794, on which day he was afterwards wounded and taken prisoner.
Employed nn the staff as Aide-de-camp during the rebellion in Ireland in 1798. Present at the
blockade and surrender of Malta. Served also for a short period in Portugal.
'1 Major- General Nicol commanded the 66th at the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle,
nd Nive. Commanded a division of the army, under Sir David Ochterlony, in the Nepaul war.
He has received a medal for the battle of the Nive.
72 Sir Wm. Tuyll served during part of the campaigns of 1793, 94, and 95, in the Netherlands ;
at the Uelder, in 1799 ; and in Portugal, Spuin, and Walcheren in 1808 and 9, as Aide-de-Camp
to the present Marquis of Anglesey.
73 Major-General 8. H. Berkeley served at the capture of Surinam, in 1804 ; of the Danish
Islands of St Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix, in 1807 ; and of Martinique, in 1809, including the
siege of Fort Bourbon.
74 Sir Charles Wade Thornton served on the Continent under the Duke of York, and lost an arm
by a cannon-shot at Lannoi.
75 Sir Henry King served at the siege of Porto Rico, and capture of Trinidad, in 1797. Whilrt
quartered at Marin, to windward of Martinique, he was ordered to proceed in a small vessel to St.
Pierre, with a detachment of twenty-six men, to form a guard for the Governor, Sir Wm. Keppcl ;
encountered a French privateer off the Diamond Rock, mounting four long nines, with seventy men
on board, which, after a sharp action of twenty minutes, was beaten off with a loss of ten men killed,
and fifteen wounded ; Sir Henry having only only one man killed, and himself wounded in the
ihonlder. Served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the action at the landing at Aboukir
Bay, tiege of the castle, and actions of the 21st March and Uth May at Rahmanie, at which latter
be commanded a squadron of the 26th Light Dragoons, and lost his right leg. Expedition to
*lcheren, and siege of Flushing, 1809. Appointed Commandant of Tarifa in 1810, and for hi

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ervices at its defence, his commission as Lient.-Colonel was antedated to the day of the assanlt,
31st Dec. 1811. Joined Lord Wellington's army a few days after the battle of Salamanca ; com
manded the 82nd at the battle of Vittoria, and towards the close of the action the command of the
brigade devolved on him. Sir Henry has received the Egyptian Medal, and a medal for the battle
of Vittoria.
77 Sir George Scovell served the campaign under Sir John Moore, terminating with the battle
of Corunna, at which he was present as Deputy-Assistant-Quarter- Master-General. Afterward- in
the Peninsula In the same department at the head-quarters under the Duke of Wellington, from
.Feb. 1809 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the passage of the Douro and pursuit
of Marshal Soult, battles of Talavera, Busaco, and Fuentes d'Onor ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and
Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive ;
passage of the Adour, and battle of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the
battle of Waterloo. Sir George has received a cross and one clasp.
78 Lord Downes was appointed Aide-de-Camp to Sir John Cradock, whom he accompanied to
Portugal in Nov. 1808, where Sir John held the chief command until May 1809, when he was
succeeded by the Duke of Wellington, with whom Lord Downes continued as Aide-de-Camp and
Assistant Military Secretary during the whole war, and was present at the battles of Talavera
(slightly wounded), Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and 1 Bodon ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and
Biulajoz, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees; siege of San Sebastian, battles of the
Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse (slightly wounded). His Lordship has received a cross and one clasp.
79 Sir Robert Dick embarked with the 2nd battalion of the 78th for Sicily, in 1800, and was
wounded at the battle of Maida ; present also at the taking of the fortress of Catrone in Calabria.
In 1807 accompanied the expedition to Egypt, and was present at the taking of Alexandria, and
severely wounded before Rosetta. Embarked with the 2nd battaliouof the 42ud for the Peninsula,
in June 1809, and commanded a light battalion at the battle of Busaco, during the retreat to the
lines of Torres Vedras, action at Foz d'Arouce (wounded), battle of Fuentes d'Onor, commanded
the 2nd battalion 42nd during the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo and the 1st in covering the siege of
Badajoz ; a light battalion at the battle of Salamanca, and the 1st battalion 42nd at the storming
of Fort St. Michael and during the siege of Burgos, as also in the retreat to Portugal. Served also
the campaign of 1815, and commanded the 42nd at the battle of Quatre Bras, after Sir Robert
Macara was killed, and was slightly wounded in the hip and severely on the loft shoulder. Sir
Robert has received a medal and two clasps for Busaco, FuonU'S d'Onor, and Salamanca.
80 Sir Neil Douglas served with the 79th at the siege of Cojienhagen, in 1807 ; with the expe
dition to Sweden, in 1808; and subsequently to Portugal and Spain, including the battle of
Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushing, in 1809; the Peninsular campaigns
from Dec. 1809 to Jan. 1811, and again from April 1813,tothe end of that warm 1814, including
the defence of Cadiz, and battle of Busacowounded through the leit shoulder-joint by a ball, and
by another in the left arm ; battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse. Served also the
campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded through the right knee by a ball, and contused from
a ball hitting a button, at Quatre Bras. Sir Neil has received a cross for the battles of the Pyre
nees, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse.
81 Lord Tweeddale served in the Peninsula as an Assistant-Quarter- Master-General, and has
received a medal for the battle of Vittoria, in which action he was wounded, as also at Busaco.
Served also in the American war, and was again wounded.
82 Sir Frederick Trench served in Sicily in 1806 and 7 ; at Walcheren, in 1809; hi the Penin
sula, in 1811 ; and in Holland, in 1814.
. .83 LordSaltoun served in Sicily, in 1806 and 7 ; Sir John Moore's campaign in 1808-9, in
cluding the battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren 1809. Went to Cadiz in April 1811,
and remained with the army until the end of the Peninsular war in 1814, and was present at the
storming of Seville, passage of the Bidassao, battle of the Nivelle, actions of the 9th, 10th, and
12th Dec. 1813 in front of Bidart, passage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the
sortie. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and
the storming of Peronne. In Dec. 1841 he embarked in command of reinforcements for Chiua,
and commanded a Brigade at the attack and capture of Chin Kiang I '><>.
84 Major-General Wyndham served the Peninsular campaigns of 1808, 9, 11, and 1 3, induding
the actions of Roleia, Vimiera, Benevente, Albuhera, Usagre, Morales de Toro, Vittoria, and the
Pyrenees. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Waterloo.
85 Sir Edward Bowater served at the sifge and taking of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; and sub
sequently in the Peninsula, from Dec. 1808 to Nov. 1809, and again from Dec. 1811, to the end
of that war in 1814, Including the passage of the Douro and taking of Oporto, battles of Talavera
and Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian,
passage of the Bidassoa, and battle of the Nive (Mayor's house). Served also the campaign of
1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Wounded at Talavera, and again at
Waterloo.
86 Major-General Hill landed in Portugal in Aug. 1808, and served throughout the Peninsular
war as Aide-de-Camp to Lord Hill. Served also the campaign of 1815. Slightly wounded at
Oporto on the passage of the Douro, and severely at Waterloo.

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OT Sir William Gomm served in the expedition to the Holder, in 1709, including the action of
the 19th Sept. at Bergen. Expedition on the coast of France and Spain, under Sir James Pulteney,
in 1800. Expedition to Hanover, in 1805 ; and that to Stntlsund and Copenhagen, in 1807. Cam
paign of 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren,
and siege of Flushing, in 1809. Proceeded again to the Peninsula, in 1810, where he served
during the remainder of the war, the principal part of the time at* an Assistant-Quarter-MasterGeneral, including the battles of Bnsaco and Fuentes d'Onor, assault and capture of Badajoz, battle
of Salamanca ; action at Villa Muriel, battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, and battle of the
Jfire. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. Sir William has re
wired a cross and one clasp.
88 Major-General D'Oyly served in the campaign in North Holland, in 1799, under Sir Ralph
Atwrcromby, and the Duke of York, and was taken prisoner In the action of the 19th Sept. He
Krvtd with the army in the North of Spain under Sir John Moore, in 1808-9, and was at the
battle of Corunna. Accompanied the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Served at Cadiz during
the siege hi 1811 and 12 under Lord Lynedoch, and Sir George Cooke, to whom he was Aide-decamp, and was sent home with despatches, announcing the raising of the siege in 1812. Served
also in Flanders, under Lord Lynedoch, in 1814 ; and subsequently with the army under the Duke
of Wellington in Flanders and France, and was severely wounded at the battle of Waterloo.
89 Uajor-General William Gray commanded a detachment on board the Fortitude, in Lord
Howe's action after the relief of Gibraltar, 20th Oct. 1782. Served with his company as marines
under Admiral Milbank, in the North Sea ; removed with detachment on board the Boyne, and
wired in the Channel Fleet under Lord Howe ; on this service the Boyne captured a French 20pm ship. Proceeded on board the Boyne to the West Indies, and was present at the taking of
Martinique, St. Lucia, and Gnadaloupe, where he was wounded in the knee. Served the cam
paign of 1709, in Holland : he was wounded in the arm in the action of the 2nd Oct., and on tha
fth following he led the left wing of his regiment (the 2nd Foot) into action. Served also in Ire
land, daring the rebellion in 1798 : also the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and was present in the
fereral engagements. Medal for services in Ejiypt.
90 Major-General Darley served at the siege of Port-au-Prince, in St. Domingo in 1794 ; sub
sequently at the siege of Mome-Fortunee, in St. Lucia ; in Egypt, in 1807. Commanded 300 men
on an expedition in a joint attack with H. M. frigates the Imperieute and Thames, and in co
operation with a party of seamen, ascending the heights of Palinura in Calabria, against a strongly
potted enemy three times the strength of the assailants : drove them off the ground, and main
tained the post for three days. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from August 1813 to the end
of that war in 1814, including the battle of the Nivelle, and the actions before Bayonne, on the
9th, 10th, and llth Dec. 1813.
91 Hajor-General Beeves was at the capture of the French West India Islands by the army
nnder Sir Charles Grey, and served in the brigade of Grenadiers commanded by the Duke of
Kent ; and when both his Royal Highness' Aides-de-camp were wounded, he carried the Duke's
ordm daring the rest of the action of Morne Tortenson : was wounded at the storming of Fleur
d'Epee. Aide-de-camp to Lieut.-General Ralph Dundas for three years in Ireland, including the
rebellion in 1798, battles of Kilcullen and Vinegar HilL Served the campaign in Egypt, under
Sir Ralph Abercromby, including the action at the binding and those of the 13th and 21 st March,
and that of Rahmanie, 9th May, on the Nile ; in command of the 8th Regt. at Grand Cairo, when
that city was surrendered. Served in the Mediterranean in command of the 2nd battalion of the
*7th Rgt., and was present at the capture of the Islands of Ischia and Procida, in 1809.
Afterwards in the Peninsula, from 1811 to 1818, including the taking of Alcoy by storm, action of
Bar, battle of Castalla in command of the Light Division, action of the advanced posts at
Ordalseverely wounded when In command of the Light. Division, and sent home for recovery.
Medal for services in Egypt.
98 Major-General the Honourable Henry Murray served in Naples, Sicily, and Calabria, in
1806-7. Accompanied the expedition to Egypt in March, 1807, and was present, as an Aide-de
camp at the attack on Alexandria, siege and storming of Rosetta, and on every other occasion
when our troops were engaged. Served at Walcheren in 1809, including the siege and surrender
of Flushing. Went with the 18th Hussars to the Peninsula in Jan. 1813 ; present at the crossing
of the Kelar, and commanded the regiment in support of the 10th Hussars at the action of
Morales de Toro. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Quatre Bras; com
manded the rear regiment of the Column on the retreat during the following day ; and, at the
tattle of Waterloo, he led the 18th Hussars in the brilliant charge of Sir Hussey Vivian's Brigade,
at the conclusion of the action.
93 Sir John Grey served in the East Indies in the campaign against Tippoo Sultan, including the
hattte of Mallavelly, the attack of the Tope and Sultan pettah before Scringapatam, siege of Sennmpatam, and on the storming party at the assaultmedal for this service. Served in the Pen
insula with the 5th, and was a major in the 2nd battalion when the French and Polish Lancers
hat regiment at El Bodon ; present at the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, also at the scaling of
braye on the night of the rtonn, and at the atormlng of the great breach, which wni

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carried by the 2nd battalion of the 5th regimenttwice wounded during the lege : present also at
the action of Fuente Guinaldo. On the 29th Dec. 1843, with the left wing of the Army of
Gwalior, he defeated a Mahratta force of twelve thousand men, at Punniar, and captured all their
guns, 24 in number, one standard, all their ammunition, and some treasure, ice.
94 Sir Alexander Cameron served the campaign of 1799, in Holland ; with the expedition to the
Ferrol, in 1800 ; the Egyptian campaign of 1801 severely wounded in the arm and side at the
battle of Alexandria. Expedition to Germany under Lord Cathcart, in 1805; and to Copenhagen,
in 1807, including the battle of Kioge. Landed in Portugal, in 1808, with the 95th (Rifle
Brigade), and was present at the battle of Vimiera, with the rear guard during the retreat, affair
of Calcavellas, and battle of Corunna. Proceeded again to the Peninsula in May 1809, and waa
present at the battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, occupation of them, subsequent
advance, action of the Coa, blockade of Almeida, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges and assaults of
Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, retreat to Portugal, and
battle of Vittoria, besides a great many minor actions and other desultory services, until obliged to
return to England, owing to a severe wound received at Vittoria. Served also the campaigns of
1814 and 15 in Holland, Flanders, and France, including the action at Merxem, operations before
Antwerp, battle of Quatre Bras, retreat on the following day, and battle of Waterloo, at which last
he was severely wounded in the throat. Sir Alexander has received a medal for services in Egypt ;
and a medal and two clasps for Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, and Salamanca. During nearly the
whole of the above services he held a command.
95 Sir James Wilson served the campaign of 1799 in North Holland with the 27th, including
the action at the landing, and those of 10th and 13th of September, 2nd and 6th of October. Ac
companied the expedition to the Ferrol, in 1800 , and that to Egypt, in 1801, and was present at
the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st of March, and all the operations of that campaign. Served
with the army in Spain, under Sir John Moore, during its operutions in Leon. Accompanied the
48th to the Peninsula, in 1809, and was present at the battles of Talavera and Busaco, lines of
Torres Vedras, and subsequent advance ; again commanded the regiment at the battle of Albuhera,
after the death of Lieut. -Col. Duckworth, and received two severe wounds through the leg ; at the
siege of Ciudad Rodrigo he again commanded it, and was present at the assault ; engaged in the
siege of Badajoz, and commanded the column that attacked the Ravelin of San Roque at the
assault (wounded). Commanded the battalion in the advance to the Donro, retreat to Castrajon,
and in the battle of Salamanca, where he succeeded to the command of the Fusilier Brigade. Com
manded a light battalion at the battle of Vittoria, and during the operations in the Pyrenees, until
he received two severe wounds from musket-balls through the shoulder on the 28th of July, near
Pampeluna. Commanded the 48th in the advance to the Garonne, in 1814, and was present at the
battle of Toulouse, where he was again wounded. Sir James has received a cross and one clasp.
96 Major-General Dalrner's services:Expedition to Ostend, in 1798; to Holland, in 1799,
including the action near the Helder, 27th Aug., and the subsequent actions of the 2nd and 6th of Oct.
Expedition to Ferrol, Vigo Bay, and Cadiz, in 1800. Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the
actions of the 8th, 12th, 13th, and 21.st of March. Expedition to Hanover in 1805 ; and that to
Copenhagen, in 1807, including the operations which led to the capitulation of Copenhagen, and the
capture of the Danish fleet. Expedition to Corunna in 1808, including the operations in the North
of Spain: subsequently re-embarked at Corunna. Peninsular campaigns of 1811, 12, and 13,
including the actions of El Bodon and Aldea de Ponte, battles of Salamanca (severely wounded)
and Viltoria. Campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo (where his horse was killed
under him), assault and capture of Cambray, and capture of Paris. Medal for services in Egypt ;
and a medal and a clasp for the battles of Salamanca and Vittoria.
97 Sir Henry Watson served in the Peninsula, and was present at the passage of the Douro and
battle of Oporto, capture of Catnpo Mayor, siege of Olivenca, actions of Los Santos and Usagre,
battle of Albuliera in command of the 7th Portuguese cavalry ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, battle of
Salamanca,in command of the 1 st Portuguese cavalry, at the head of which regt. he was severely
wounded in a charge on the leading regiment of Thomieres's division formed in square, which they
succeeded in routing and dispersing. Previous to this battle he had been employed in rear of the
French army, while they occupied the banks of the Douro, to harass their foraging parties. At the
battle of Toulouse he commanded all the Portuguese cavalry excepting the 4th regiment. In 18O9
he was appointed to instruct and form the Portuguese cavalry. He has received a medal for Sala
manca.
98 Major-General Evans's services: Entered the army hi 1793 as a volunteer, and enlisted
150 men for the service. Operations in the West Indies and Ireland, in 1794 and 95 ; capture of
Domerara and Berbice, hi 1796. Captured returning from South America, and kept a close pri
soner in France, in 1797. Operations at Minorca and Guernsey, in 1798 and 99 ; ditto on the coast
of Spain, Malta, and Mannorice, in 1800. Egyptian campaign of 1801 (medal), including the
actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st of March ; battle of Rahmanie on the Nile, and reduction of that
fortress, sieges and surrender of Cairo and Alexandria (as Lieut, and Adjutant of the 8th). Opera
tions at Gibraltar, in 1802 and 3 ; ditto in the West Indies (as Captain in the 8th and Aide-de-camp
to Sir Gordon Druminond ), in 1804, 5, and 6. Operations in Nova Scotia, in 1807 and 8 ; ditto In
the Conadas (as Aide-de-Camp and Military Secretary to Sir G. Drummond), in 1809, 10, and 11.

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Campaigns of 1812, 13, and 14 in Upper Canada (as Brigade- Major, discharging duties of Dejmty.tcljutant-General, and in command of the 8th), including the preparation of the force against
Detroit and Hichilimackinac, the defence of Fort George, and destruction of the enemy's attacking
batteries, and directing the reinforcements on Qtieenston, which enabled Major-General Sheaffe to
defeat and capture the American army, after General Brock's fall in a gallant attempt on the
enemy, with inadequate means. Assault on Sackett's Harbour, expulsion of the enemy's army from
Forty Mile Creek, and capture of his army materiel with many prisoners ; battle of Chippawa,
corering the army's retirement on Fort George, and retrograde on Twenty Mile Creek, until
resuming the offensive. Night attack on the enemy's investing forces of Fort George, on which
the American commander General Swift was slain. Battle of Luudy's Lane ; two repulses of the
enemy's sorties, with severe loss, on the 5th and 12th Ang. 1814, before Fort Erie, by the pickets
under his command ; assault of Fort Erie, and the series of affairs on the Niagara frontier. For
these services, and conducting the 2nd battalion of the King's regiment from New Brunswick to
Canada, through the Wilderness, General Evans has had honourable mention made of his name in
the London Gazettes, and in General Orders on ten several occasions, and so unremitted have been
this officer's services in all quarters, that out of forty-five yean of practical work, two only were in
England. Wounded in three places at Sackett's Harbour; sword struck from his grasp and
shivered at Lundy's Lane ; contused and had his horse shot at Fort Erie.
99 Sir Archibald Maclaine's services :Mysore campaign of 1799 against Tippoo Sultan,
including the battle of Mallavelly, siege and storming of Seringapatam, where he received three
wounds, from the effects of which he was confined in hospital for upwards of a year. Capture of
the Danish settlement of Tranqnebar, and the Poligar war in 1801 , including the battle of Ardingy,
and affair of Serungapore, where he was wounded. Mahratta war of 1802, 3, and 4 against
Scindia, Holkar, and the Bera Hajah, including the storm of Julnaghur, siege and storming of
Gawilghor, siege of Asseerghur (wounded), and battle of Argaum. Ordered home in 1804 in
consequence of severe wounds received in the different actions from 1799 to 1804. Peninsular
compaigns of 1810, 11, 12, including the siege of Cadiz, the defence of Matagorda (an outwork of
Cadiz, and a ruined redoubt when taken possession of from the enemy) from 22nd February to
-"-'i'l April, 1810, duringwhich long period Sir Archibald, then a captain in the old 94th regiment,
with a very small force under his command, most gallantly kept at bay 8,000 of the enemy under
Marshal Sonlt, who conducted the siege, and did not evacuate until ordered to do so by Lieut. General Sir Thomas Graham, his men being nearly all either killed or wounded. Served also at
the battle of Barrosa (dangerously wounded and his horse killed) ; and capture of Seville.
100 Major-Central James Hay served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the 16th
Light Dragoons, and was severely wounded at Waterloo. Medal and a clasp for the battles of
Vittoria and the Nive.
101 Major-General Wood served the campaign of 1808-9, including the battle of Corunna.
Subsequently at the siege of Flushing ; stormed and carried the enemy s intrenchments. Joined
th army in Spain, in 1813. Accompanied the 85th to America, in 1814, and commanded it at
the battle of Bladensbnrg, where he received four wounds, and was afterwards taken prisoner.
102 Sir William Warre served the campaign of 1808-9, on the staff of Sir Ronald Ferguson and
Lord Beresford, and was present at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, subsequent retreat, and
Uttle of Corunna. In March 1809, accompanied Lord Beresford to Lisbon, as his first Aide-decamp, and assisted hi training the Portuguese troops. Served in the field under his lordship's
orders until May 1813, and was present at the passage of the Douro, when he was sent to command
the peasantry, and to destroy the bridges in rear of the French army under Marshal Sonlt, the
xwanplifehment of which enabled the advance-guard of the British to overtake and defeat the rear
of the French at Salamonde, who lost here their remaining guns, baggage, &c. Present also
daring the retreat from the Coa to the lines of Torres Vedras, 2nd siege of Badajoz, siege and
tunning of Ciudad Hodrigo, 3rd siege and storming of Badajoz, siege of the Forts and battle of
Salamanca.
!03 Major-General A'Court was detached on a separate command in 1806 to the Adriatic to
attack the Islands of Tremiti ; and in the same year he assisted at the siege of Scylla. In 1807,
be served in Egypt, and was present at the capture of Alexandria, and in the action near Rosetta.
At the siege and capture of Santa Maura he was in charge of the Quarter-Master-General's
department : he was also at the siege of Capri in the same year. He was Aide-de- camp to the
Adjutant-General when the enemy landed in Sicily in 1 809, and commanded the advance guard to
bich nearly 1000 prisoners surrendered, and he personally captured the enemy's standard. Served
afterwards on the staff in Sicily, Spain, and Italy, and was present at the siege of Tarragona, action
t Villa Franca and retreat from thence ; subsequently at the occupation of Leghorn, capture of
Gtnoa, tiege of Savona, and lastly at the surrender of Naples in 1815.
104 Hajor-General D'Aguilar served eight years in India during the wars of Scindia and
Holkar, and was present at the siege and storm of Baroach in Guzerat, in Aug. 1803; at the
reduction of Powenghar in Malwa, in 1 804 ; the capture and occupation of Ougein, the capital of
Hcindia, in 1805 ; also at the several assaults upon the Fortress of Bhnrtpore, in 1806, in the last
f wlii'-h he was wounded. Served subsequently in Walcheren at the siege of Flushing. Also in
Sicily, the Greek Islands, and on the eastern coast of Spain, where he was present in 1813 at the

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action of Blar, and defeat of Marshal Suchet at Castalla. Joined the army in the Netherlands
under the Duke of Wellington, in 1815, and was present at the capture of Paris. Major-General
D'Aguilar lias served 26 years on the General Staff, of which eight as Assistant-Adjutant-Geueral
at the Horse Guards (principally under the Duke of York), and twelve as Adjutant-General of the
army In Ireland.
105 Major-General Turner served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 , including the actions of the
8th and 13th March, and was taken prisoner in a skirmish near Lake Mareotis, 18th March.
Served also at the capture of Martinique, in 1809. Medal for services in Egypt.
106 Major-Gencral Burrell served at the capture of Ouadaloupe, in 1810; and the campaign of
1814 in Upper Canada. Served also in China, and commanded the land force at the first capture
of Cliusan, and a brigade at the attack upon Canton.
107 Major-General Ogilvie served in Hanover, in 1805-6. Also in Upper Canada, from March
1813 to the Peace : commanded the 8th at the surprise of the American Corps at Gages (severely
wounded), at the defeat of the Americans at Black Rock (.severely wounded), siege of Fort Erie, and
various other affairs.
108 Major-General Aylmer served at the Helder in 1709, including the action of the 18th Sept.
Egyptian campaign of 1801 ; campaign of 1808-9 in Spain and Portugal, including the battles of
Roleia, Vimiera, and Coninna. Subsequently with the expedition to Walcheren.
109 Major-General Riddell served as Deputy-Assistant-Quarter-Mastcr-General at the capture
of Copenhagen in 1807; and as Assistant-Quarter-Master-General on the eastern coast of BSpain
and at Genoa, with the army under Lord William Bentinck.
110 Major-General Ellington's services :Campaigns in Holland from 1793 to Feb. 1795,
including the attack on Famars and siege of Valenciennes. Carriheaii war of 1795 and 96. Siege
and storming of Monte Video, and attack on Buenos Ayres. Attack and capture of Kas-fl-Kimah
in the Persian Gulf, in 1809. Commanded a field force at the reduction of Palampore, Dees,
Kirjah, and Virampore, in 1817 ; and a brigade during the Pindaree war. Commanded a brigade
up the Persian Gulf, in 1819 ; also from Dec. 1824, throughout the Burmese war. Shot through
the body before Dunkirk, September 1793, and through the thigh at the island of St Vincent in
July, 1798.
111 Major-General Vernon served the campaign of 1808-9 in the Peninsula, as a DcputyAsslstant-Adjutant-General. Subsequently in the same capacity with the Duke of Wellington'*
army until June 1811, and was present at the battle of Talavera. Served with the 2nd battalion
66th, at the surprise of a French Division at Arroyo de Molino, and other operations, until the
capture of Badajoz. With the Queen's at the reduction of the Forts and battle of Salamanca
slightly wounded early in the day, and very severely at the close of the action, a ball having entered
his breast and lodged near the heart, after tearing along two ribs. Followed Cie army again at the
expiration of three weeks, and resumed the command of his regt. with which he served in the
various operations preceding, during, and subsequent to the siege of Burgos. Medal for Salamanca.
112 Sir James Hope served with the expedition to Hanover, in 1805-6; to Zealand, in 1807,
including the siege of Copenhagen; to Sweden, in 1808; in Portugal and Spain, in 18089,
including the action at Lugo and battle of Corunna. With the expedition to Walcheren, hi 1809 ;
the Peninsular campaigns from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Barrosa,
siege of Ciudad Kodrigo, covering the siege of Badajoz, affairs in front of Salamanca and at Osma,
battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, passages of the Bidagsoa, Gave d'Olcron, and Gave de
Pau ; battles of the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Sir James has received a cross and a
clasp for the battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouae.
113 Sir Robert Harvey served as Assistant-Quarter-Master-General of the British and of the
Portuguese armies in Portugal, Spain, and France, from 1809 to the close of the war in 1814, and
was present at the battles of the passage of the Uouro and Basaco, second siege of Badajoz, siege
and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, battles of
Vittoria, Pyrenees (slightly wounded), Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides numerous
minor affairs. From 1809 to 1811 he was employed in procuring intelligence of the enemy
in advance of the army; in organizing nine Portuguese Guerilla Corps (the officers of which
presented him with an elegant sword in testimony of his services with them) ; and in resist
ing the attempt of the enemy's passage of theTagus at Chamusca. From 181 1 to 1814 he was the
organ of communication between the Duke of Wellington and the Portuguese troops. Medal for
the battle of Orthes.
114 Sir Dudley Hill accompanied the 95th (Rifle Brigade) to South America, in 1806; volun
teered the Forlorn Hope at Monte Video, and led the storming party that scaled the walls of the
batteries at the south end of the fortress ; present also at the battle of Colonia, and at the attack on
Buenos Ayres, where he was wounded in the thigh and taken prisoner. Served afterwards the cam
paign of 18089, including the battle of Roleia (wounded in the leg), action at Benevente, and
retreat to Corunna. Returned to Portugal in the Rifle Brigade in 1809, and was present at the
battle of Talavera, action of the Coa, and all the different actions the Rifles were engaged in, until
ap]K>inted major in the Lusitanian Legion previous to the battle of Busaco, at which he commanded
a wing of the regiment and was wounded. Commanded half the regiment and the British Light
Companies at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor; the 8th Caradores at the storming of Badajoi, and,

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unassisted, took the strong fort of Pardaleras early on the night of the assault. Commanded tho
same battalion at the battle of Salamanca, and was twice severely wounded In the breast and
through the left arm. Assisted with his battalion at the siege of Burgos, and during the retreat
defended the passage over the Carrion, where more than half of the battalion were killed, and was
himself wounded and taken prisoner, but was afterwards retaken. Commanded the battalion at
the battle of Vittoria, and during the entire siege of San Sebastian : at the storming of this fortress
he beaded the attack of the 5th Division, and was twice wounded. Abo commanded the regiment
at the investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. Sir Dudley has received a cross and one
clasp.
115 Sir Edmnnd Williams served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of the
2nd and 6th Oct. (wounded). Present at the battle of Maida, in 1806 ; and at the taking of Ischia,
in 1800. Served also throughout the war in the Peninsula, including the battle of Busaco
(wounded), siege of Badajoz in 1811, battle of Salamanca (twice wounded, once severely), siege
of Burgos, battle of Vittoria, action at Tolosa, the entire siege of St. Sebastian, including the first,
second (wounded), and third assaults ; passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive,
passage of the Adour, and investment of Bayonne (wounded). Sir Edmund has received a cross
and one clasp.
116 Sir Surges Camac joined the Duke of Wellington in his pursuit of Massena from the lines
before Lisbon, in 1811, and brought home the despatches announcing this important event. Sub
sequently entered the Spanish service as a Lieut.-Colonel of Cavalry, and was ordered by the Duke
of Wellington to join Lieut. -General O'Donel, to communicate as Deputy-Adjiitent-Ganeral, be
tween the British and Spanish armies. Served with the Army of Reserve from Cadiz, throughout
the whole Peninsular war, to Bayonne. Present at the siege of Pancorbo (horse shot under him),
blockade of Pampeluna, battle of Soranren (hone shot under him), actions of Vera and Sarre,
battles of the Nivelle, Nive, and before Bayonne.
117 Major-General M'Douall served in the American war, and when in command of the Fort of
Michilimackinae, he successfully defended it when attacked by a very superior force on the 4th
Aog. 1814, which he drove off with considerable loss.
118 Sir Richard Armstrong served in the Peninsula from August 1808 to the end of that war in
1814, including the capture of Oporto, battle of Busaco, actions at Pombal and Redinha, defence
of Alba de Tonnes, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (severely wonnded through the arm), and Tou
louse, besides a great many minor actions and skirmishes. Served also the campaigns of 1826 and
26 in Biirmah as a Brigadier: stormed and carried stockades near Prome, on the 1st and 5th Deo.
1825. Sir Richard has received a medal and two clasps for the battles of Bnsaco, Vittoria, and
the Pyrenees.
119 Sir Frederick Stovin served at the Ferrol, in 1800 ; in Germany, in 1805 ; at the siege and
capture of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; with the expedition to Sweden, in 1808 ; in Spain and Portugal,
in 18089, including the retreat to and battle of Corunna. With the expedition to Walchercn
and at the capture of Flushing, in 1809 ; subsequently in the Peninsula, and was second in cornHand at the first defence of Tarifa ; aide-de-camp to Sir Thomas Picton at the siege and capture
"I'Oiuclad Rodrigo and Bailajoz. Assistant-Adjutant-General to the 3rd division at the battle of
Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Retire, retreat therefrom and subsequent advance, passage
of the Ebro, battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Orthcs, action at Vic Bigorre, and battle
of Tonlonae. Served also at New Orleans, where he was wounded. Sir Frederick has received a
cross and two clasps.
120 Sir Guy Campbell served in the Peninsula, and commanded the flth at the battles of the
Pyrenees, for which he has received a medal. Served also the campaign of 1815, including tho
battle of Waterloo.
121 Major-General Hare-Clarges served in the Peninsula as an Assistant-Adjutant- General,
and ha* received a medal and one clasp for the battles of Nivelle and Nive.
122 Major-General Thomson served as an assistant engineer at San Sebastian, and has received
a medal
123 Major-General William Napier served at the siege of Copenhagen and battle of Kioge, in
1SW; Sir John Moore's campaign of 1808-9 ; the subsequent Peninsular eompaigns from 1800 to
the end of that war in 1814, and was present in many of the soul stirring scenes which he lias
described with so much ability in his admirable " History of the Peninsular War," including the
action of the (.'. (wounded), battle of Busaco, actions of Pombal, Redinha, and Casal Nova
severely wounded at the head of six companies supporting the 62nd ; action of Foz d'Arouce,
tattle of Salamanca, passage of the Huebra, action of Vera when Soult attempted to relieve San
Sebastian, and again when the Allies passed the Bidassoa; battles of the Nivelle and Nive
wounded in defending the churchyard of Arcangues ; battle of Orthes. Medal and two clasps for
Salamanca, Nivelle, and Nive, at which battles he commanded the 43rd Light Infantry, and also
in many minor actions. Served also in the campaign of 1815.
124 Major-tJeneral Duffy served in the campaign of 1796 in the West Indies under Sir Ralph
Abercromby ; on an expedition to the coast of Holland in the winter of 1796 ; in the East Indies
1799; and with the force under Sir David Baird from thence to Egypt in 1801 (medal) ; attha
*iegc and capture of Copenhagen and battle of Kioge, in 1807 ; the campaign of 18089 in Spain

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under Sir John Moore, in the Light Brigade ; in the Peninsula with the 43rd Light InfUntry.fr.-1800 to the end of 1813, including the actions of Condeixa, Pombal, Redinha, and SabugaJ ; battle
of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigocommanded the assaulting party at the capture
of Fort Reynard, an outwork of Ciudad Rodrigo. Siege and assault of Badajoz (medal), battle of
Vittoria (wounded in the head), several skirmishes in the Pyrenees and on the Bidassoa, action of
the heights of Vera, battles of the Nivelle and Nive.
125 Major-General Daubeney served at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope and capture of
the Dutch fleet at Saldanha Bay, in 1796; subsequently for upwards of fourteen years in the Ea-t
Indies, including the campaign of 1801 2 against the Mahratta chieftains, and commanded the
Grenadiers of his Regt. (the 84th) at the assault and capture of Kurree; also in the Guzerata in
1802, 3, and 4, at the reduction of other forts by Sir John Murray's army. Proceeded to
Walcheren in 1809, and was present at the siege and surrender of Flushing.
126 Major-General Mercer accompanied the 3rd Guards on the expedition to Hanover, in 1805 ;
and on that to Walcheren, in 1809. Served in the Peninsula from March 1810 to May 1811, and
again from July 1811 to March 1814, including the affair at Sobralwounded whilst acting as
Aide-de-camp to Sir Brent Spencer; battle of Barrosawounded when Aide-de-camp to Br.General Dilkes; siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos,
passage of the Bidassoa, and battle of the Nivc. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the
battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and capture of Paris.
127 Major-General Milman was appointed Aide-de-camp to Major-General Catlin Craufurd, in
1808, and was present at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera; on the same General's Staff in the
retreat of Sir John Moore, and was engaged on the heights of Lugo, and at the battle of Corunna.
He subsequently joined his regt., the Coldstream Guards, at Lisbon, and was with them at the
passage of the Douro and capture of Oporto, as also at the battle of Talavera, where he was most
severely wounded, and saved from being burnt on the field of battle by a private soldier of the
Guards. He was made prisoner in the Hospital of Talavera, and detained in France until 1814.
Major-General Milman was latterly in command of the Coldstream Guards.
128 Major-General Reeve served with the Grenadier Guards in Sicily, in 18067 ; Sir John
Moore's campaign in 1808 9, and was present at the battle of Corunna. With the expedition to
Walcheren, in 1809. Went to Cadiz in 1811, and remained in the Peninsula until the beginning
of 1814 ; present at the passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive. Served also the
campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, storming of Peronne and
capture of Paris. Remained with the Army of Occupation until its return to England in 1818.
129 Major-General Tonson served at the capture of Martinique, in 1794; and was wounded and
taken prisoner at St. Vincent's the following year. Actively employed in Ireland during the
rebellion in 1798; in Holland, in 1799; andat Walcheren, in 1809. Served in the Peninsula from
July 1813, including the battle of the Nive, for which he has received a meilal.
130 Major-General Gordon served in Holland, in 1799; at Walcheren, in 1809; and in the
Peninsula from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action
at Arroya de Molino, battle of Vittoriaseverely wounded in the left arm. Commanded a light
battalion in the actions of the Pyrenees, battles of the Nive and St. Pierre (wounded and horse
killed under him), actions of Hasparen and Hellettewounded in the right foot in forcing the
enemy's lines at Hasparen, 14th Feb. 1814. Medal for the Nive.
131 Major-General Kenah served in Holland in 1799, and was present in the action of the 19th
of Sept. as well as several other minor affairs. In Egypt, under Sir Ralph Abercromby, in 1801 ;
in Sicily from 1808 to 1812; subsequently on the eastern coast of Spain, as Assistant, and after
wards as Deputy-Adjutant-General at the Head of the Department, and was present at the battle
of Castalla, as also several other affairs. Served also at the siege and capture of Genoa, in April,
1814.
132 Major-General Lambert served the campaign under Sir John Moore, in 18089; expedi
tion to Walcheren, in 1809 ; defence of Cadiz, in 1810 and 11 ; Peninsular campaigns of 1812, 13,
and 14. He was Adjutant at Corunna and Barrosa.
133 Major-General Freemantle served in Germany, under Lord Cathcart, in 1806; in South
America under General Whitelock, in 1807 ; afterwards throughout the Peninsular war ; also the
campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. Medal for the battle of Orthes.
134 Lord George Wm. Russell served at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807, as Aide-de-Camp to
Sir G. Ludlow. Embarked with the 23rd Dragoons for Lisbon, in 1809, and was wounded at the
battle of Talavera. Early in 1810, proceeded to Cadiz, then besieged by the French, as Aide-deCamp to Lord Lynedoch, and was afterwards present at the battle of Barrosa. Served subse
quently as Aide-de-Camp to the Duke of Wellington, and was present at the battle of Vittoria,
siege of San Sebastian, battles of Orthes and Toulouse. Medal for Toulouse.
135 Major-General Wynyard served with the army in Sicily from 1808 to March 1810, when he
was severely wounded at the attack on Santa Maura, for which he subsequently obtained the Brevetrank of Major ; he was also present and on the staff with the force that occupied IsclSa and Procida.
136 Major-General Fergusson served the campaign of 18089, including the battles of Vimiera
and Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, in 1809. Peninsular campaigns from March 1810 to the

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end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the Coa near Almeida, battle of Busaco, actions
at Pombal, Redinha, Miranda de Corvo, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugul : battle of Fuontes d'Onor,
sieges and assaults of Cindad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, action of San Munos,
passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, llth, 13th, and
13th Dec. 1813 ; and investment of Bayonne. Major-General Fergusson has received five wounds,
viz., at Vimiera slightly : at the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, severely in the body and slightly in
the foot; at Badajoz slightly in the side by a splinter of a shell in the trenches, and iu the head at
the assault Medal for Badajoz.
137 Maj.-Gen. Brotherton served in the Peninsula, and was wounded at the battle of Salamanca.
188 Sir James Rcynett, served with the 52nd on the expedition against Ferrol in 1800, and was
present at the action before that place. Appointed to the Quarter-Mastcr-GcneraFs staff upon the
army entering Spain in Nov. 1808 ; present at Lugo, the affairs upon the retreat to Coruuna, and
also at the battle of Corunna. Re-appointed to the Quarter-Master-Gencral's staff in Portugal, in
April, 1809; present at the affairs previous to and at the passage of the Douro, and capture of
Oporto ; affair of Salamonde, battles of Talavera and Busaco, affairs upon the retreat to the lines
before Lisbon, and subsequently in 181 1 at those upon the advance from thence, at Pombal, Re
dinha, Sabugal, and Foz d'Arouce; also at the buttle of Fuentes d'Onor.
139 Major-General Smelt served in the American war, and was present at the taking of Plattabnrg, storm and capture of Oswego, action of Lundy's Lane, storming of Fort Erie, 13th Aug.
1814, where he was severely and dangerously wounded. Served also during the Burmese war, in
1824, 25, and part of 1826, and was present at the capture of Rangoon, and other actions in Ava.
140 Major-General Bell served in Sicily, in 1800 and 7 ; in the Peninsula and France, from
July 1808 to Feb. 1809, and again from May 1809 to July 1814, including the battle of Vimiera,
action at the bridge of Almeida, battle of Busaco, all the actions during the retreat of the French
from Portugal, siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badajoz, action at
the heights of Castrillos, battle of Salamanca, action of Sabijana de Morillos, battles of Vittoria,
the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served afterwards with the army employed against
Louisiana, from Dec. 1814 to June 1815. He has received a cross for the battles of the Pyrenees,
Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse.
141 Major-General Auchmuty served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal and a clasp
for the battles of Orthes and Toulouse.
142 Major-General Lightfoot served in Holland, in 1799. Accompanied the 45th to the Peninnla in 1808, and was present at the battles of Rolcia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco ; actions of
Pombal, Redinha, Condeixa, and Sabugal; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoz, in 1811 ;
siege and assault of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and assault of Badajoz (slightly wounded), storming of
Fort Picurina (slightly wounded), battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees ; attack on the
lines at St. Jean de Luz, affair at Bastide, and the catties of Orthes and Toulouse (severely
wounded). Medal and two clasps for Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Toulouse.
143 Major-General Faunce served in Holland, in 1799, including the actions of the 2nd and 6th
October. With the army in Hanover, in 18056; siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807 ;
with the army under Sir John Moore, first at Gottenburgh, and afterwards throughout the opera
tions in Portugal and Spain, in 18089; with the army in the Scheldt, in 1809; in the Penin
sula from Nov. 1810 to Feb. 1813, including the storm and capture of Badajoz (wounded in the
thigh), and battle of Salamanca; also at the investment of Bayonne, in 1814. Served also in the
American war, including the battle of Bladensburg and capture of Washington, action near Balti
more, and operations before New Orleans in 1814 and 15 ; severely wounded 8th Jan. 1815. Medal
for Salamanca.
144 Major-General Brown served at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; in the
Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to July 1811 ; and again from July 1813 to May 1814, including the
battle of Vimiera, passage of the Douro and capture of Oporto, with the previous and subsequent
actions ; battle of Talavera (severely wounded through both thighs), action of the Light Division
at the bridge of Almeida, battle of Bnsaco, the different actions during the retreat of the French
army from Portugal, action at Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of San Sebastian, battles
of the Nivelle and Nive, and the investment of Bayonne. Served afterwards in the American
war, and was present at the battle of Bladensburg and capture of Washington. Slightly wounded
hi the head and very severely in the groin at Bladensburg.
145 Major-General Wingrove served at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1795 ; at the
battle of Trafalgar ; the taking of Genoa, in 1814; on board the Boyne when that ship singly
engaged three French ships of the line and three frigates off Toulon, in 1814 ; and on board the
Hercule to a single action off Cape Nichola Mole.
146 Major-Gcneral Aitthison served in 1807 at the siege and capture of Copenhagen. Em
barked fa 1808 for the Peninsula, and in 1809 was present at the passage of the Douro, capture of
Oporto, and subsequent pursuit of Soult's army to Salamonde. He was wounded in the arm at
the battle of Talavera, while carrying the King's colour, which was also shot through. He served
the campaigns of 1810, 12, 13, and 14, and was present at the battle of Busaco, and retreat to the
lines of Torres Vedras ; battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, and retreat from
thence into Portugal ; affair at Osma, battle of Vittoria, affair at Tolosa, siege of San Sebastian,
battle* of the Nivelle and the Nive, passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonne, siege of the
citadel, and repulse of the sortie. He was Lieut.-Colonel of the Scots Fusilier Guards when pr^
moted to Major-General, and had commanded that regiment upwards of four years.
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War Services of the Colonels.

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1 Sir David Canynghame served the campaign of 1793, including the actions at Fumars, St.
Amand, and Lincelles (severely wounded) ; also the siege of Valenciennes. Taken prisoner in the
action at Ostend in May 1798.
2 Sir Archibald Christie served the campaigns of 1793, 94, and 95, on the Continent, and was
present at Dunkirk, and the siege of Nienport. In 1794 accompanied the expedition under Lord
Moira, to the coast of France, and returned to Flanderswas present at the forcing of the enemy
from St. Andrre, mid was severely wounded at Bommell in Holland.
3 Colonel the Honourable Alexander Abercromhy served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, as a
volunteer with the 92nd ; with the 52nd on the expedition to the Ferrol in 1800 ; in Sicily in 1806'
and 1807, as Aide-de-camp to Sir John Moore. Proceeded to the Peninsula, in 1809 ; commanded
the 38th at the battle of Busaco, and in the Lines before Lisbon ; a brigade at the battle of
Albuhera ; the 28th at Arroyo de Molino and Almaraz ; as Assistant-Quarter-Master-General at
the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Orthes. Served also the campaign of 1815, in the same
capacity, and was present at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, storming of Peronne, and
capture of Paris. He has received a cross.
4 Colonel Sherlock served the campaign of 1794 and 95 in Flanders, Holland, and Germany,
with the 8th Light Dragoons, including the attack of Bousbeque, all the outpost affairs on the
retreat from Ostend, particularly at Alost and at Dutfeldt ; action at Boxtel, where his horse was
killed under him, and the retreat from the Rhine. Proceeded to the Peninsula in command of the
4th Dragoon Guards, in August 1811, and served there until tliat regiment returned to England, in
May 1813.
5 Lord Portarlington served in Holland, in 1799 ; with the expedition to Hanover, in 1805 ; the
Peninsular campaign of 1809, including the battle of Talavera. Also the campaign of 1815, in
command of the 23rd Light Dragoons, including the battle of Qnatre Bras, retreat on the following
day, and battle of Waterloo.
fi Sir Robert Chanibre Hill served on the Continent in 1794 and 95. Embarked with the Blues
for the Peninsula, in Oct. 1812. Soon after his arrival in Lisbon, was ordered to take command
of the Household Brigade of Cavalry, which he commanded at and for some time after the battle
of Vittoria, for which he has received a medal. Present also at the actions in the Pyrenees ; and
subsequently with Lord Hill's Division until after the battle of the 13th Dec. 1813 near Bayonne.
Served also the campaign of 1815, in command of the regiment, including the action on the 17th
Jnue, and battle of Waterloo, where he was severely wounded.
7 Sir Wm. Cox served at the retaking of Grenada, in 1796 ; in Egypt, in 1801 ; employed on a
particular service in Spain in 1808-9, and was present in the action at Lugo, and battle of Cornnna.
Commanded the fortress of Almeida, from April 1809 to the 27th August 1810, when, by the unfortnnate explosion of its magazines, he was obliged to surrender it to the army under Marshal
Mutena.
8 Colonel Burslem served at Toulon, in 1793, and was present in the various actions there, and
(forwards at Corsica. Employed as Assistant-Quarter-Master-General at the taking of the Isle
ofFrume, in 1810 ; and as Deputy-Quarter-Master-General at the conquest of Java, including
tlie attack of Cornells. Medal for Java.
9 Colonel Ansley served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and was severely wounded at the
battle of Alexandria. Medal for services in Egypt.
10 Colonel Gauntlett was actively employed against the Maroons in the West Indies. Served
also the campaign in Egypt.
11 Colonel Woodgate embarked with the 5th battalion of the GOthonthe expedition to Portugal,
in 1808, under Sir Arthur Wellesley, and was present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera,
and Busaco ; action at Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor (wounded), siege of Badajoz, in 1811 ;
ction at El Bodon, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo. Medal for Fuentes d'Onor.
12 Colonel Patrickson served in Ireland with the 9th Dragoons during the rebellion, in 1798 ;
with the 43rd in Spain under Sir John Moore, in 1808 9. Served afterwards in the Peninsula
fa great part of the time in command of the regiment) from Sept. 1809 to the end of that war,
in 1814 (except during two short intervals when he was ordered to England to command the
2nd battalion), including the action of the Coa, battle of Busaco, lines of Torres Vedras, actions
of Redinha, Foz d'Arouce, Condeixa, and Sabugal ; battles of Fuentea d'Onor, Vittoria, and Tou
louse, for which last he has received a medal. Embarked for America, in Oct. 1814, and com
manded the 43rd at the attack on New Orleans. Joined the Army in Flanders on the 16th of
Jnne, 1815, and was present at the capture of Paris.
14 Colonel Thornton served in the Peninsula, and commanded the 40th regiment at the battles
of Talavera, Nivelle (severely wounded), Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received a
cross.
16 Sir John Milley Doyle served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the
8'h, 13th, and 21st of March, captures of Grand Cairo and Alexandria, together with the other
operations of that campaign. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from Feb. 1809 to the end of
"wtwar, in 1814either in command of a regiment of Portuguese or a brigadeand was present
"t toe action of Grijon, passage of the Douro, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, first siege of Badajoz,
"egc and assault of Ciudad Rodrigo, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Orthes. Sir

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John has received a medal for services in Egypt ; and a Cross and one clasp for Fuentes d'Onor,
Ciudad Rodrigo, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Orthes.
17 Colonel Hamilton served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, with the Coldstream Guaids. Ac
companied a detachment of that regiment to the Peninsula in March, 1810 ; and in April TO
appointed Deputy-Assistant-Quarter-Master-General at Isla de Leon. Went to England in
March, 1812; rejoined the regiment in the Peninsula, in July 1813, and served there until tht
end of that war in 1814.
18 Colonel Raikes served with the Coldstream Guards on the expedition to Hanover in 18056;
and at Copenhagen, in 1807. Embarked with the regiment for the Peninsula, 31st of Dec. 1808,
and served there until 26th of January 1812 ; and again from August 1812 to 16th of May 1813.
19 Colonel Keate served in the Peninsula from Dec. 1808 to Jan. 1813, including the passage of
the Douro, affair near Salamanca, battle of Busaco, siejre of Ciudad Rodrigo, covering the siege of
Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and siege of Burgos.
20 Colonel Ward served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal and two clasps for Salamann,
Badajoz (severely wounded at the assault), and the Pyrenees.
21 Colonel Blake served with the 20th Dragoons at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in
1806 ; proceeded from thence to South America, and was in the action at Maldonado and siege of
Monte Video. Served in Portugal in 1808 and 9,' including the battles of Koleia and Vimiera
(medal) ; also at the passage of the Douro. In Sicily in 1810 and 11 ; subsequently on the east
ern coast of Spain, including the battle of Castalla, and action at Villa Franca.
22 Sir Edward Miles served on the Continent in 1794 and 95, including the battle of LinceUes,
action at the bridge of Wallara, storming of Fort Nook, siege of Nimeguen, and defence of the Ems
River. Actively employed in the West Indies in 1796 and 97, and was present at the sieges of St.
Lucia and Grenada, and capture of Trinidad. Served in Ireland during the rebellion, in 1793.
Embarked for the Peninsula in 1808, and was present at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, action
at Lugo, and battle of Corunna. Proceeded with the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809. Served
afterwards in the Peninsula, from June, 1812, to the end of that war, including the battle of Sala
manca (severely and dangerously wounded), action at Villa Muriel, battles of Vittoria and the
Pyrenees, siege and storming of San Sebastian (dangerously wounded at the assault), passage of
the Bidassoa, battles of Nivelle, and Nive (9th to 13th Dec.). Proceeded to Ava in command of
a brigade, and was engaged in all the operations against the enemy in that country from June to
17th Aug. 1824 ; embarked for the eastward, and commanded the force at the storm and capture
of Mergui, Cth Oct. ; returned to Rangoon, in Nov., served there during its investment in Dec.
1824, and commanded the Madras force in several assaults on the enemy. Sir Edward has re
ceived a medal and a clasp for Salamanca and San Sebastian.
24 Colonel Freke embarked with the army under Sir Ralph Abercromby, for the West Indies,
in 1795. Accompanied the 7th battalion of the COth to Nova Scotia, in April, 1814, and com
manded the military part of a conjunct expedition up the Penobscot river on the American coast,
which resulted in the defeat of the American army under General Blake, the taking of the towns
of Hampden and Bangor, the destruction of the American frigate Adams ; also the capture of
nearly forty pieces of cannon, three stand of colours, and a great many prisoners.
25 Colonel Martin Lindsay served the campaign in Java in 1811, including the actions of the
22nd Aug. and 16th Sept., in which latter he commanded eight companies of the 78th Highland
ers, and has received the med.-il. Served also the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including both
the actions at Merxem, and bombardment of Antwerp.
26 Colonel Creagh was actively employed in St. Domingo in 1797 and 98 ; in Holland, in 1799,
including the actions of the 27th Aug., Isili Sept., 2nd and 6th Oct. Served in Portugal and
Spain, in 1808, and was present at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, for which he has received a
medal. Also at New Orleans, including the engagements of the 25th Dec. 1814, and let and 8ti
Jan. 1815. Severely wounded at Vimiera while in command of a light brigade.
27 Colonel Conyers served three years and a half in the West Indies and was engaged on several
occasions, particularly in the Mirebalois, at L* Ance :i Veau, and at the siege of Irois in St. Domingo
in 1798, where he was wounded while on the staff: during this siege, of three months' duration, the
garrison lost more men than composed its original strength : commanded the remains of the 82d at
the evacuation of this island. Served in an expedition to the coast of France in 1800, and subse
quently in the Mediterranean until 1802. From 1805 to 1809 he served throughout the Mediterra
nean, and in Egypt on the staff, and received a severe contusion there, having been at the attack on
Alexandria, at the storming of Rosetta, and at the subsequent siege of that place. Served in the
Peninsula and France in 1813 and 14, and in command of the 82d during the operations on the Gave
d'Oleron, at Hastingnes and Oyer le Gave, and was severely wounded at the head of the regiment
at Orthes, for which battle he has received a medal.
28 Colonel Henderson served in Ireland during the rebellion, in 1798; at the Heldcr, in 1799,
and was present at the first landing, and battles of the 19th Sept., 2nd and Oth Oct. Expedition to
Egypt under Sir Ralph Abercromby, in 1801. Landed in Portugal, in 1808, and was present at the
battle of Vimiera, retreat to and battle of Corunna. Expedition to the Scheldt and siege of Flush
ing, in 1809. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, and
commanded the Queen's at the battle of Toulouse.
29 Colonel Newhouse served at Toulon in 1793; at Corsica in 1795, iucluding the several

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operations at St. Fiorenzo, Bastia, and Calvi. Commanded a detachment of artillery in the snccesatul operation against the Isle of Gaprarjo. Served also the Egyptian campaign of 1801 ; with
the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807, and was present in the battle of Kioge. Medal for services
in Egypt.
30 Colonel ParVe was present with the 39th at the original capture of Demerara, Essequibo, and
Berbice, in the spring of 1796, when the expedition commanded by General White captured those
colonies. He wu in Sir James Kempt's Light Infantry Battalion during a campaign in Naples in
1805-6. Served afterwards in the Peninsula with the 39th from May 1809 to Feb. 1812, and was
present at the battles of Albuhera and Busaco, at the raising the siege of Campo Mayor when the
French sustained a considerable defeat ; commanded the four light companies of the brigade at the
action of Arroyo deMolino, where the Runs, baggage, and fourteen hundred men with their officers
ere captured : he was also employed in the trenches at the first siege of Badajoz.
31 Colonel Macpherson accompanied part of the 88th to the \Vest Indies, the latter part of 1795,
and was present at the talcing of St. Lucia, in 1796; also at the reduction of the Brigands in
Grenada, at the storm of Port Royal, and several other places in that island. Embarked with the
regiment for the East Indies, in June 1 799, and during a period of six years he was actively employed
in the three Presidencies. In 1 80fi embarked with the expedition to South America, and was wounded
at the storming of Buenos Ayres. In June 1809, accompanied the 2d battalion to the Peninsula, and
succeeded to the command of the 1st battalion in March 1813; commanded it at the battle of
Vittoria, and at those in the Pyrenees. Present also at the battle of the Nivelle ; succeeded to the
command of the regt. at the battle of Orthes, and again at the battle of Toulouse. Proceeded in
command of the battalion to Canada in July 1814 ; embarked from thence for the Netherlands in
Jane 1815. Medal and one clasp for Vittoria and Orthes.
32 Colonel de Bosset was actively employed in Switzerland until Sept. 1798. In 1799 he was
employed on a particular service on the Continent with the Swiss, Austrian, and Russian army, and
was present at the various actions terminating with the battle of Zurich. Taken prisoner on board
the Dolphin packet by a French privateer, in June 1800, afler an action of two hours. Served in
Hanover in 1805-6; at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807; with the expedition to Sweden
under Sir John Moore, and from thence to Portugal. In 1810 he was present at the siege of Santa
Maura, and at the storming of the enemy's entrenchments before that place.
33 Colonel Money served twenty-five years in the llth Dragoons : in Flanders and Holland, in
1794 and 95, and in Germany the latter year, including the attack on the French lines, 17th April ;
their defeat on the heights of Cateau, 26th April, and near Tournay, 3d May ; battles of Koubaix and
Lannoy, defeat of the French near Tournay, 22d May 1794 ; and affair at Bommel, 2d Jan. 1 795.
Campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of the 10th and lilili Sept., 2d and 6th October.
Commanded a detachment of the regt. under Sir Ralph Abercromby, at Leghorn, Minorca, and the
exped'.tion to Cadiz, in 1800 ; in Egypt, in 1801, including the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st
March, together with the capture of Grand Cairo and Alexandria. Peninsular campaigns of 1811
and 12 ; present at the siege of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, and affair of cavalry near the Tormes
on the following day, when three French battalions were token ; cavalry affairs of Callada Camino
ind Ventade Poso. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and
Waterloo, towards the close of which last the command of the llth Dragoons devolved on him.
Present also at the capture of Paris. Medal for services in Egypt.
34 Colonel Henry Dawkins served in the Peninsula with the Guards, from Feb. 1810 to the end
of that war in 1814 : Major of Brigade from June 1810including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor,
siege cf Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive;
pauage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, on which last occasion he was
levertly'wounded. Served also the campaign of 181 5, including the battle of Waterloo.
35 Colonel Forbes served in Holland in 1794 and 95, including the sortie from Nimeguen against
the French lines, action in driving the French across the Waal at Bommel, and at Geldermansel.
Accompanied the 78th to Qniberon Bay, and was at the taking of Isle Dieu, in 1795 ; to the Cape of
Good Hope, in 1796, and capture of the Dutch fleet in Saldanha Bay. Proceeded with the regi
ment to India in November following, and served with it during the campaign in Oude, in 1798
and 99; also in part of the Mahratta campaign in 1803, including the storming of the Petah of
Ahmednughur, and during the siege of the Fort. Present in every action in which his regiment
wu engaged in Java during 1811, 12, and 13, including the forcing of the enemy's position at Weitevreden, storm of the lines of Cornells, the heights of Serandole, and Djocjocarta. Quelled an
insurrection which broke out in the east end of Java in May 1813, when Lieut. -Colonel Fraser and
Captain Macpherson of the 78th were murdered by the insurgents. Medal for services in Java,
ami five times thanked in general orders.
36 Colonel Proctor served with the 82nd on the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809, and was
present at the siege of Flushing. Served also at Gibraltar, Tarifa, and in the Peninsula, from
1810 to Dec. 1812, and subsequently in the Peninsula and south of France, from April to July,
1814, including the affair of Posts near Malaga, battle of Barrosa (contusion on the body), and
retreat from Madrid. Embarked from Bordeaux for Canada, in July 1814, and commanded the
82nd before Fort Erie from 2nd Sept., and throughout the successive operations of the campaign
on the Niagara frontier. Received the Brevet promotion of Lieut.-Colonel for his conduct in the
repelling of the attack made by the Americans on our batteries and position before Fort Erie on
the 17th Srjit. 1814.

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37 Colonel Riddall was actively employed with the 62nd, in Sicily, Egypt, Calabria, Italy,
Spain, and North America, from 1806 to the end of the war. Detached with1 his Grenadier
company to retard the advance of the French on their march to invest Scylla Castle in Calabria,
and invade Sicily. Served in the Grenadier battalion at the Faro, in Sicily, for several weeks,
under the fire of the French batteries erected in Calabria. Second in command to General
Blommart in a Grenadier Battalion sent from Sicily to Spain. He was advanced with his
Grenadier Company and two field pieces, in the attack on and expulsion of the French from the
heights before Genoa. Second in command to Lieut.-Col. John with the flank company detach
ments up the Penobscot river in North America, and commanded the advance in forcing a strong
position at Hampden defended by treble our numbers.
38 Colonel Addison served in the American war, on the staff of Sir John Sherbrooke.
39 Colonel Steele served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards from January to July
1809, and again from Feb. 1811 to the end of that war in 1814.
40 Colonel Doyle served in Hanover, in 1805-C ; the campaign of 1808-9, including the battle
of Corunna. Returned to the Peninsula in 1809, and was present at the passage of the Douro
and capture of Oporto, battle of Talavera, lines at Torres Vedras, action at Campo Mayor, and
battle of Fnentea d'Onor. In 1813 he was appointed Military Secretary to the Governor- General
and Commander-in-Chief in India. In 1814 and 15 served in the field in the Western Provinces ;
and in 1817 and 18, in the field with the grand army during the Pindarree and Mahratta war.
41 Colonel Charretie served three years iu the East Indies, and was present at the mutiny at
Vellore in 1806, when nearly the whole of the 69th were massacred in their barracks. In the
Peninsula with the 2nd Life Guards, from 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the
battles of Vittoria, Pampeluna, and Toulouse.
42 Colonel Patrick Campbell (R. Artillery), was at the capture of St. Lucia in 1796, and sub
sequently in the Carib war in St. Vincent. Served also in the Peninsula from Jan. 1809 to the
end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Talavera and Castalla.
43 Colonel Parkinson served at the capture of the Island of Bourbon, in 1810, as DepntyAdjutant-General. Proceeded with the 33rd to Stralsund in Pomerania, in 1813 ; and from
thence to Holland, in 1814 ; was present at the attack on Merxem and bombardment of Antwerp,
and commanded the regt. at the storming of Bergen-op-Zoom, where he received a severe
contusion. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at Qnatre Bras.
44 Colonel Hunter Blair served on the staff in Portugal and Spain from July 1808 to Jan. 1809,
including the affair of Obidos, battles of Roleia and Vimiera, action at Lugo, and battle of
Corunna. Proceeded again to the Peninsula in August 1809, and was present at the capture of
Oporto, affair of Salamonde, and battle of Talavera, at which last he was severely wounded and
made prisoner in hospital. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at
Waterloo. Commanded a brigade in Ava, and was present at the capture of Melloon.
45 Colonel Cheney served with the 2nd Dragoons in Flanders and Holland in 1794 and 95,
and was severely wounded in an engagement with the French before Nimeguen. Served also the
campaign of 1815, including the action of the 17th June and the battle of Waterloo, where, in the
afternoon, the command of the regiment devolved on him. In this battle he had five horses shot
under him.
46 Colonel Llnrllyn served in the 52nd at Ferrol, Cadiz, and in the Mediterranean, in 1800
and 1801. Having obtained a company by purchase in the 28th regt. he accompanied it to the
Peninsula in 1809, and, with the exception of one year's absence in England, occasioned by ill
health, he was actively employed with it in the various duties that fell to its share in the cam
paigns in which it bore such a conspicuous part. Besides many services of minor importance, he
was present with his regiment at the battle of Busaco, defence of the Lines at Lisbon, advance on
Campo Mayor, siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, capture of a French corps at Arroyo de
Molino, attack and capture of the Forts and Bridge at Almaraz, advance on Aranjuez and
Madrid, occupation of Bordeaux. In 1815 he embarked with his regiment for the Netherlands,
where he was personally engaged with it in the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, in the latter
of which he was severely wounded, and received for his conduct in the field the brevet rank of
Lt. -Colonel and the Companionship of the Bath.
47 Colonel Lautour served iu the Peninsula with the llth Dragoons in 1811 and 12 ; attacked
a French picquet whilst in command, near El Bodon, 26th Sept. 1811, and with a squadron of
the llth covered the retreat of the 74th, and five companies of the 60th. Present also at the siege
of 13adajoz, and battle of Salamanca. Whilst in command of a squadron he attacked a company
of French Artillery posted in a vineyard, that were supporting the enemy's cavalry whilst foraging,
and making some prisoners in the plains of Valladolid on 7th Sept. 1812. He also repulsed an
attack of the enemy's picquets, making one officer and many men prisoners, at Monasterio and in
front of Burcros on 2nd Oct. 1812. Served the campaign of 1815, with the 23d Light Dragoons,
and was present at the battle of Waterloo, where he succeeded to the command of the regiment
during the action.
48 Colonel John Hare's services :Landing at the Helder and campaign under the Duke of
York, Aug. 1 799 ; landing and advance upon Ferrol, 25th and 26th Aug. 1800 ; Egyptian cam
paign of 1801 ; capture of the Islands of Ischia and Procida, in 1809 ; campaigns on the eastern
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btttla of Biar and Castalla, siege of and operations before Tarragona, and blockade of Barcelona.
Ctnpaigo of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo (wounded) and capture of Paris. Medal for
icirices in Egypt.
!li Colonel Peter Brown served with the 82nd on an expedition to the coast of France early in
1800, tad subsequently in the Mediterranean. He served with the 23rd at the siege and capture
of Copenhagen in 1807 ; afterwards in North America ; also at the siege and capture of Martinique
in 1809; and in the Peninsula from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814. As Commandant of
detachaents at Belem he established a school upon the model of the Royal Military Asylum at
( tiflsn. for the numerous children of the soldiers' families left at that station. He also served
oo the Staff in the Netherlands, as Commandant of Ghent; and subsequently with the Army of
Occupation in France.
50 Colonel Wade served in the Peninsula as Aide-de-camp to Sir Lowry Cole, and was
severely wounded at the battle of Albuhera.
61 Colonel Egerton, after serving as a subaltern with the 29th in North America, and proceed
ing u a Captain with the 89th to South America, accompanied the 2nd battalion of the 34th to
the Peninsula, in 1809. In the following year he was appointed to the staff as Deputy-AssistantAdjuUnt-General, and attached to the second division, in which capacity he served at the battle
of Busaco, and on the retreat to, and during the subsequent occupation of, the Lines before Lisbon.
Be was then removed as senior of the Adjutant-General's department to the fourth division ; was
present at the siege and capture of Olnrnr.M, the first siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuliera
(wounded), and action of Aldea de Ponte. Relinquished his staff appointment and rejoined his
tesimentin the winter of 1811, and continued to serve with it until appointed Aide-de-Camp to
Sir Rowland Hill in 1812, on whose personal staff he remained until the termination of the war,
aid wj present at the battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees,for which he obtained the brevet rank of
Msjor,Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. On Lord Hill's appointment to a command with
lie army ia Flanders in the spring of 1815, he selected Colonel Egerton as his first Aide-de
camp, who served as such at the battle of Waterloo,where he obtained the brevet of Lieut. Colonel,and continued in the same capacity until the return of the Army of Occupation from
France in 1818. When Lord Hill assumed the command of the army in chief in 1828, he was
pleutd to name Colonel Egerton for the confidential appointment of first Aide-de-camp and
prime Secretary, which he held during the whole period of his Lordship's continuance at tho
ad of the army.
52 Sir William Chalmers served in Sicily, in 1806 and 7 ; campaigns of 1808-9 in Portugal and
SP"B i eipedition to Walcheren, including bombardment of Flushing ; at Cadiz, in 1810 and 11 ;
ad ill the succeeding Peninsular campaigns, including the battle of Barrosa, attack of the enemy
on the heights near Moresco, affair of Senhora de la Pena, battle of Salamanca, action of San
Hanoi, battle of Vittoria, attack at Maya, battles of the Pyrenees on the 30th and 31st July,
repulse of the enemy in his attack of the heights of St. Antonio, 31st August, attack of the
wnj'i forts near Sarre, 9th Oct. 1813, battle of Nivelle, besides a great many minor affairs and
'liramhes on the advance to Madrid and capture of the Retiro. He was present with the army
11 the Peninsula daring almost all the sieges, and was engaged in the following affairs during the
^flrett from Burgos, viz., Olmos, Monasterio, bridge of Valladolid, and passage of the Huebra.
-trttd also in the Netherlands in 1814 and 15, including the battle of Waterloo, capture of Paris,
d posterior operations in France to Aug. 1817. He was severely wounded in assault of the
'otrenchments at Sarre, and has had nine horses killed or wounded under him in action, three of
then at Waterloo. During the above campaigns he was on the staff, except at Waterloo.
SoMtqaently to his services in Sir John Moore's campaign and Lord Chatham s expedition, ha
ai, in the course of about four years (from 5th March 1811 to 18th June 1815), in seventeen
"Womenti, U of them general actionsexclusive of sieges ; and for his conduct in the field he
u twice promoted, viz. to the brevet-rank of Major at the battles of the Pyrenees, and of
-Colonel at the battle of Waterloo, on which occasion he commanded the left wing of the
>'M Regt.
I Colonel John Boteler Parker served at Walcheren in 1809, and was employed in the
tionj previous to and at the siege of Flushing. Embarked for Lisbon in Feb. 1812, and
remained with the Dnke of Wellington's army till the conclusion of the war in 1814 ; was present
" "* 'attle of Vittoria, both the sieges of San Sebastian, battle of Orthes, action at Tarbes, and
'We of Tonlonse. Served also the campaign of 1815, and lost his left leg at the battle of
"atwloo. Medal for the battle of Vittoria, where he commanded a brigade of artillery.
1 Colonel Beckwith served in Hanover, in 1805-6 ; at Copenhagen, in 1807, including the
"jo" Kioge. On the expedition to Sweden, in 1808; and that to Portugal, in 1808-9,
Deluding the action at Calcavellas on the retreat, and battle of Corunna. Proceeded to Wal?t!tn' in 1809 ; subsequently to the Peninsula, and was present in the actions of Pombal,
na, Condelxa, Foz d'Aronce, and Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges of Ciudad
""'"go and Badajox, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, action at San Milan, battles of
"Wrta, the Pyrenees, Vera, Nivelle, near Bayonne, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served also the
*J*|*fl> of 1815,, including the battles of Qnatre Bras and Waterloo. During the great portion
bore service he was employed on the Staff. Medal for Toulouse, and lost left leg at

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55 Colonel Grant served five years in India with the 25thafterwards the 22ndDragoon;,
and was present at the battle of Mallavelly, siege of Seringapatam, action with Doondia, storm ins
the fort of Turnionl, where he volunteered and led the assault with 50 dismounted Dragoon: j
engaged also in the reduction of various fortresses. Served with the 21st Fusiliers in Sicily, in
1806 ; with the 17th Lt. Dragoons in India, from 1807 to 1811 ; and with the 18th Hassan it
the campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, including the action at the bridge of Croix d'Orade, battle o
Toulouse, covering the retiring army on the 17th of June 1815, and battle of Waterloo.
5C Colonel Fielding Browne accompanied the 40th to the Peninsula in July 1808, and wat
present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Bnsaco ; on the retreat to, and at thi
occupation of, the Lines of Torres Vedras, siege of Badajoz, in May 1811, and repulse of the sortii
from Fort San Christoval ; actions of 1 Bodon and Aldea de Ponte, siege and storming of Cind-ic
Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badajoz, action at Canizal, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid
and subsequent retreat therefrom. Served also on the expedition against New Orleans. Com.
manded the regiment at the battle of Waterloo. Medal for Badajoz, having commanded th<
regiment at the assault.
67 Colonel Taylor served as Assistant-Adjutant-General to the force under Sir James Craig, u
the Mediterranean, during 1805 and 6. Employed on the Staff at the attack and capture of Java
in 1811, including the attack of the outpost near Weltevreden, and the storming of the Lines ol
Cornells. Served also the campaign of 1815, with the 10th Hussars, and was present at tb
battle of Waterloo.
58 Colonel Arguimbau served in the Peninsula with the 3rd battalion of the Royals, and lost an
arm at San Sebastian. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was slightly wounded at Qnatre
Bras, and also at Waterloo.
59 Colonel Cbilders served with the llth Dragoons at the Helder, in 1799 ; the Peninsular
campaigns from May 1811 to the end of that war, in 1814. Also the campaign of 1815, as Major
of Brigade to Sir John Vandelenr, including the battle of Waterloo. Commanded a brigade at
Cavalry at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combermere.
60 Sir Henry Smith served with the Rifle Brigade at the siege, storm, and taking of Monte
Video under Sir S^Auchmnty; and at the assault upon Bueuos Ayres under Brigadier- General
Craufurd. Employed with the troops in Spain under Sir John Moore, from the battle of Vimiera
to the embarkation of the troops at Cornnna. Embarked for the Peninsula under Major- General
Robert Craufurd in 1809 ; was seriously wounded in the action upon the bridge of the Coa near
Almeida. Commanded a company in the pursuit of Massena from the Lines of Lisbon ; at tbe
actions of Redinha, Condeixa, and Foz d'Arouce. Appointed Brigade-Major to the 2nd Light
Brigade in the Light Division, and was present in the action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor,
siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storm of Badajoz, battles of Salamanca and Vitton
attack of the heights of Vera and passage of the Bidassoa, battle of Siirre, attack upon the position
of St. Jean de Luz and heights of Arcangues, battle of Orthes, affair at Tarbes, and battle of
Toulouse. Appointed Assistant-Adjutant-General to the troops under JMajor-General Ross
destined against Washington, and was present at the battle of Bladensburg and destruction of
Washington. Brought home despatches and went out again immediately under Sir Edward
Pakenham, and was present at the attack upon the enemy's lines near New Orleans. After th
death of Sir Edward he was appointed Military Secretary to Sir John Lambert commanding the
army, and was present at the siege and taking of Fort bowyer. Appointed Assistant-QnarterMaster-General to the 6th Division of the Army under the Duke of Wellington, and was present
at the battle of Waterloo. He was appointed a KCB. for the action of Maharajpore, in which
battle he was present as Adjutant-General.
61 Colonel Calvert served with the 52nd on the expedition to Sweden, in 1808 ; in the
Peninsula, in 1808-9, including the retreat to Corunna. Appointed Aide-de-Camp to Lord
Lynedoch in April 1810, and joined him at Cadiz, then besieged by the French ; present at the
battles of Barrosa and Vittoria ; also at both the attacks and capture of San Sebastian. Accom
panied the 29th to America in 1814, and was present at the taking of Castine, and the different
American settlements in the Bay of Fnndy. Served also the campaign of 1815 with the 32nd,
including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and capture of Paris.
62 Colonel Staveley joined the army under the Duke of Wellington at Oporto, in May 1809,
and was present at the battle of Talavera, actions at Pombal, Redinha, Foz d'Arouce, and Sierra
de Moita; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, storming and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo and Hadajoz.
Deputy-Assistant-Quarter-Master-General at the actions of Osma and Morillns, battle of
Vittoria, passage of the Bidassoa, storming the Heights of Vera, action at Sarre, battle of the
Nivelle, battles of the 9th, 10th, llth, and 12th Dec. 1813 near Bayonne, passage of the Adour,
storming St. Etienne and investment of the citadel of Bayonne, actions at Vie Bigorre and
Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of
Waterloo and capture of Paris.
63 Sir De Lacy Evans served in India, in 1807, 8, 9, and 10. Portugal, Spain, and France, in
1812, 13, and 14. America part of 1814-15. Belgium and France, in 1815, 16, 17, and 18. In
Spain in 1835, 36, and 37. Present during the operations against Ameer Khan and the Pindarries, capture of the Mauritius, part of the retreat from Burgos, action on the Hormaza
(wounded), battle of Vittoria, investment of Pampeluna, battle of the Pyrenees, investment of
Bayonne (horse shot), actions of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, battle of Toulouse (horse shot), battle

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of Bbdensbarg (two horses shot), capture of Washington, attack on Baltimore, operations before
New Orleans (boarding and capture of American Flotilla,action 25th Dec. wounded severely,
unsuccessful assault Jan. wounded severely), battle of Quatre Bras, retreat of 17th of June,
Waterloo (horse shot, and one sabred), investment and capitulation of Paris. Continued on Staff
of allied Army-of- Occupation in France. Accepted under an allied power (1835) command of an
uuiihiry British and Spanish corps of army, by sanction and desire of the English Government,
and by order of the King in council. Acted, while so employed, in conjunction with the British
(brew (under Lord J. Hay), and through mediation of British authorities: raising investments
of San Sebastian and Bilbao, action of Arlaban, capture of port and castle of Passages. Defeated
the enemy in general actions on the 5th of May, 6th of June,1st of Oct. (wounded) 1836 ;
tlio 10th and 15th of March 1837. Attacked near Hernani, 16th March, by the elite of the
Ctrtist army16,000 strong (about double the allied force), and obliged to retreat about one
nile, bat with a less loss in killed and wounded (600) than that of the enemy. Resumed the
offensive the following monthcapture of Hernani by escalade, I4th May,of Oyarzun 16th
M*T,of Ynm by storm 17th May,of Fontarabia by capitulation 18th May. These and other
nunor affairs were for the most part severely contested, and cost (including those of the enemy)
above ten thousand killed and wounded. Excepting occasionally two or three stragglers, generally
without arms, the Legion never lost (under his command) prisoners, artillery, or equipage, though
utterly contrary statements repeatedly appeared at the time,while he took from the enemy 100
officers, 1000 men, thirty pieces of cannon, several entrenched positions, fortified towns and posts,
ith an extensive and most important strategical tract of the insurgent territory, including their
main line of retreat, communication, and supply. Thenceforth " The frontier was effectually
closed against the entrance of resources to the Carlists, except by the small mountain passes,
which are only accessible to foot passengers or mules lightly laden" (British Commissioners'
Dpstch, Parliamentary Paper),and thus did this auxiliary corps decisively contribute to the
loccesiful termination of the war. He holds the rank of Lieut-General in the national army of
Spain, by license of a British royal warrant,also honoured by her Majesty for these services
with the Cross of Commander of the Bath, and by the government of Spain with the grand crosses
f .St Ferdinand and Charles III. Received his Company, Majority, and Lt.-Colonelcy in the
British service for conduct against the enemy.
64 Colonel the Honourable Leicester Stanhope was employed in South America, in 1807, and
u present at the attack on Buenos Ayres. Served also in the Mahratta war of 1817 and 18,
bcladmg the battle of Maheidpore, and storming of Talnier.
65 Colonel Alexander Higginson served the campaign of 1808-9, including the battle of Corunna ;
ith the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809 ; and the Peninsular campaigns of 1812, 13, and 14.
67 Sir Thomas Reade served the campaign of 1799, in Holland, with the 27th, including the
cboniof the 19th Sept., 2d and 6th October. Present at the operations before Ferrol, in 1800 ;
in the Egyptian campaign of 1801 ; and on the Expedition to Naples under Sir James Craig. In
MIT 1808 appointed to command a Flotilla in the Mediterranean for the defence of Sicily;
onpkiyed at the capture of the Islands of Ischia and Procida ; and at the same time took and
witroyed in company with H. M. S. Cymt, a flotilla of thirty-four gun-boats. On the 10th June
Ifl. captured a Flotilla of twenty-six gun-boats in the Bay of Ragusa. He was afterwards coniUnilj employed against Murat's armament on the coast of Calabria during his projected invasion of
"-% in which service fifty of the enemy's vessels, with a considerable proportion of field artillery,
"" othfr military stores, and many prisoners, were captured by the Flotilla under his command.
xrreil on the Eastern Coast of Spain with the Forces under Lord Wm. Bentinck and Sir Wm.
Canton. At the conclusion of that war in 1814, he embarked with his regiment for America,
* M ^ "*""* nntil tne termination of hostilities with that country.
Sir John Morillyon Wilson was six years in the navy, in which service he received three
oondi. lie was in the expedition to the Helder, in 1799 ; and Egypt in 1801, where he received
nedil ind the thanks of the Capitan Pasha for saving the crew of a Turkish man-of-war's boat.
!, tfc<npanied the expedition to Walcheren, and was twice wounded during the siege of Flashing.
from the litter end of 1809 to 1812, he was present with his regiment at the battles of Busaco,
* uentfi d'Onor, and the various actions fought in the Peninsula within those periods. In the
'"ter of 1812 he joined the 1st battalion Royal Scots in Canada, and was in the different attacks
'We on Sackett's Harbour, Great Soduswhere he received a severe bayonet wound during a
Bl?nt tttack ; Black Rock, Bufialoe, and the battle of Chippewa, where he received seven wounds
4 i left for dead on the field of battle and fell into the hands of the enemy. The army medical
ro, in its official report to the Secretary at War in 1825, states that " few cases of more aggra'Med diitreti from mere wounds have come before us ; and we have no doubt the life of this
r will be shortened by their results, and we see not the least prospect of permanent recovery.'1
-ir John has received thirteen wounds, and has two musket-balls still lodged in his body. He
ted the brevet-rank of Major and also that of Lieutenant-Colonel, for his conduct before the
"
** Sir Thomas Willshire served with the 38th in the West Indies from August 1797 to Aug.
! 'he campaign of 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, retreat to and battle
"Loreiuu. Accompanied the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809. Served afterwards in the
r^'ilt, from June 1812 to the end of that war iu 1814 ; commanded the light company at the
'*" "( Stltmanca (twice wounded), on the retreat from Burgos and action at Villa Muriel, the

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action of Osma , battle of Vlttoria, first assault of San Sebastian, also 2nd assault and capture .
when be received the brevet rank of Major. Commanded a brigade of light companies at the
passage of the Bidassoa, battle of Nivelle, and battles of the Nive on the 9th, 1 Oth, and 1 1 th Dec.
1813, for which services he was in 1815 appointed Brevet Lient.-Colonel. Repulsed with three
hundred men the attack of ten thousand Caffres upon the open village of Graham's Town, on the
frontiers of the Cape of Good Hope, on the 22nd April 1819, and commanded during the subse
quent operations against the Caffres in the same year. Served afterwards in the East Indies from
May 1822 to 1840. Commanded a wing of the 46th at the capture of Kittoor in the Dooab. in
Dec. 1824. Served also throughout the whole of the campaign in Afghanistan under Lord
Keane ; present at the capture of the fortress of Ghuinee, 23rd July 1839, upon which occasion be
was appointed KCB. ; and while in command of the Bombay column of the army of the Indus he
captured the fortress of Kiifl.it on the Kith Nov. following, for which service he was created a
baronet.
71 Colonel the Honourable H. E. Butler served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, with the 2nd
battalion of the 27th, including the battles of the 13th and 21st March, and has received the medal.
Served also with the Portuguese army, in 1810 and 1 8 1 1 , and was wounded at the battle of BOMCO.
72 Colonel William Drummond's services :Peninsular campaigns, from 1809 to 1812, including
the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, the retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras, ami subsequent
advance from thence. Campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the bombardment of Antwerp and
storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. Campaign of 1815, including the battles of Uuatre Bras and
Waterloo. Received the brevet rank of Major for his conduct at Waterloo.
73 Colonel Rolt served with the 58th in Egypt, in 1801, and was shot through the body in the
action on the landing. Accompanied the expedition to Naples, in 1805, and remained with that
army until its arrival in Sicily. Served with the 2nd battalion in the Peninsula the Utter part of
1809 and until Feb. 1810, when he was appointed to the Portuguese service ; present at the battlr
of Busaco, covering the operations against Ciudad Rodrigo, and capture of Badajoz. Commanded
the 17th Portuguese regiment from April 1812 to the conclusion of the war, including the actions
at Berlanza and near Las Casas, battle of Vittoria, actions in the Pyrenees at Santa Barbara, 2nd
Ang. and attack of Vera heights 7th Oct., battle of the Nivelle, battle and operations of the Niv
on the 9th, 10th, llth, 12th, and 13th Dec. 1813, battles of Ortbes and Toulouse. From the
period of landing in the Peninsula in 1809 until the conclusion of hostilities in April 1814, be
was never one day absent from his duty. Medal for services in Egypt ; and a cross and one clasp
for Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse.74 Colonel Turner Grant served Sir John Moore's campaign in 1809, including the battle of
Coruima. Expedition to Walcheren. Peninsular campaigns of 1812, 13, and 14.
75 Colonel Hughes served with the 18th Hussars in Spain and Portugal under Sir John Moore,
including the cavalry actions at Mayorga (wounded) and Benevente, retreat to and battle of
Corunna : commanded the last picket of British cavalry which remained until the whole embark
ation had taken place. Returned to the Peninsula in Jan. 1813; led the squadron of the 18th,
which was engaged at Morales; commanded the regiment at the battle of Vittoria, actions in the
Pyrenees, battle of the Nivelle (present at the passage of the Nive, but the regiment was not
engaged), battle of Orthes and passage of the Garonne, action of Croix d'Urade, where the 18th
Hussars so greatly distinguished themselves ; battle of Toulouse, and a great many minor actions
and skirmishes. Severely wounded in an affair near llellette, in the south of France. Medal
and two clasps for Vittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse.
76 Colonel Bainbrigge served in the Peninsula in the Quarter-Master-General's department
from 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the Lines of Torres Vedras, part of
the siege of Olivenca, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, last siege of Badajoz, affair of the Gnarena, battle
of Salamanca, part of the siege of Burgos, affair of Villa Muriel, retreat from Burgos to Cindad
Rodrigo, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, part of the last siege of San Sebastian, battle of
the Nive, and actions near Bidart, Bussussary, and Villa Franque ; actions of Garris, Tarbes, and
Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toulouse.
77 Colonel Snodgrass accompanied the 52d to Sicily, in 1806 ; to Sweden, in 1808; from thence
to the Peninsula, and was present during Sir John Moore's advance and retreat, and at the battle
of Corunna. Served afterwards in the Peninsula, and was present at the pursuit of Massena from
Santarem, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action near Guinaldo, siege and capture of
Ciudad Rodrigo, and action of San Munos. Appointed Major in the Portuguese service, 24th
Nov. 1812 ; commanded a corps of 400 Grenadiers at the battle of Vittoria, and in the actions of
Villa Franca and Tolosa. Volunteered and commanded the storming party that assaulted and
carried the Convent, Redoubt, and other outworks at San Sebastian (wounded). Volunteered
and commanded the detachment of the 10th Portuguese Brigade that stormed the small breach of
the same place on the 3 1st Aug. 1813having previously, by entering the river at night, dis
covered a ford under the walls, through which he led the detachment. Present when the army
crossed the Bidasaoa. Commanded the 1st Cacadores at the battle of the Nivelle, battle of the
Nive on the 9th, 10th, and llth Dec. (wounded on the llth), and battle of Orthes, where be was
severely wounded in the head. He has received a cross for San Sebastian, Nivelle, Nive, and
Orthes.
78 Colonel Balvaird served in the Peninsula with the Rifle Brigade, and has received a medal
and a clasp for the battles of the Nivelle and Nive.

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L n Coiood Napier served with the 52nd at the siege of Copenhagen and battle of Kioge, in
,)(.*. Aide-de-camp to Sir John Hope on the expedition to Sweden in 1808 ; and subsequently
in Sir John Moore's campaign in Spain, including the retreat to and battle of Corunna. In Sicily
^rith the regiment until the autumn of 1810. Served afterwards in the Peninsula on the staff,
tcindin^ the defence of Cadiz, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 2nd siege of Badajoz, battles of Salamanca,
ittoria. Jirrelle, and the Niveincluding the various engagements near the Mayor's House
tghtly wounded on the 10th of December, and severely on the llth lost an arm.
SO Colonel Thorn accompanied the Buffs to the Peninsula in Aug. 1808, where he served until
Jnu. I SOy. Returned to the Peninsula in June following, and commanded the Light Company of
iht Buffs at the battle of Talavera. Employed as an officer of observation in Spanish Estremadura
fevtn 29th Jan. to 3rd March 1810, from which period until the termination of that war in 1814,
be serrcd aa Depnty-Assistant-Quarter-Master-General with the 2nd Division, and was present
L* the battle of Busaco, 1st siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, actions at Arroyo <le Molino
|*n.u Alm&raz, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th and
1-th Dec- (wounded); action of Garris, battle of Orthes, action of Aire, and battle of Toulouse.
h.:. barked with the troops from Bonrdeaux to Canada, in July 1814, as an Assistant-QuarterUf aster-General, and was present at the affair of Plattsburg. Horse killed under him at Albu* ; another in the action at the Pass of Maya ; and a third in the action of the 12th Dec. 1813,
Maw Bayonne.
81 Cokmel Darling served at the reduction of Guadaloupe in 1810, and was severely wounded
in the left knee by a musket-shot in storming the heights of Matauba. Proceeded to the Peniucola, and joined the 51st Light Infantry at Castello Branco, in May 1812 ; engaged on the heights
of San Chrutoval, the battle of Salamanca, and surrender of the Retiro at Madrid ; employed
with hia regiment before Burgos ; and after the retreat from thence he was attacked by typhus
fever, and lent to England for recovery, In May, 1812. Rejoined the army on the heights of
EchaUar in September following, and was present at the battle of Nivelle, and the subsequent
attack of the heights of St. PC. Appointed Major of Brigade in December 1813, and attached to
Major-General Hay's brigade in the 5th division, and was employed throughout the blockade and
operation* before Bayonne. Appointed Assistant-Adjutant-General to the 5th division in April
1814, and remained in charge of that department until the embarkation of the division in August
1814. On the renewal of the war in 1815, he was re-appointed to the staff as Assistant- AdjutantGeneral, and attached to the 4th division, under Sir Charles Colville : employed with his division
in the operations connected with the battle of Waterloo, the storming of Cambray, and capitula
tion of Pan*.
82 Sir Win. Lewis Herries accompanied the 9th Dragoons to South America in Sept. 1806,
and erred as a Brigade-Major in the expedition against Buenos Ayres. Aide-de-Camp to Sir
Eyre Coote on the Walcheren expedition in 180'J, and was actively employed at the siege and
taking of Flushing. Accompanied Sir Edward Paget to Spain aa his Aide-de-Camp, in June
1812 ; and when Sir Edward was taken prisoner on the retreat from Bnrgot, Lord Wellington
appointed him a Deputy-Qnarter-Master-General, in which capacity he served until the end of
that war in 1814, and was present at the battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, passage of the
Bidassoa, the three successive days' actions at the Mayor's House, in front of Bidurt, where he
had a hone shot under him. On the 14th April 1814, whilst endeavouring with Lieut. Moore
(now Colonel W. G. Moore) to extricate Sir John Hope from his horse, which in the sortie from
Bayonne wu killed and had fallen upon him, he received a mnsket-ahot in the left knee, was
taken prisoner with Sir John Hope and Lieut. Moore (both being wounded), and his left leg was
amputated the next morning.
3 Colonel St. Clair attended the Governor of Demerara neatly 400 miles np the Essequibo
River, in 1807, to disperse the Indians who had collected there in great numbers to attack those
colonies. In 1809 he wai employed on the expedition to the Scheldt ; landed on Walcheren and
engaged in aereral affairs with the enemy ; also present at the siege and capture of Flushing with
the Royal*, which was the first regiment that took possession of the town. In March 1810
landed in Portugal, and served in the third division at the battle of Busaco. Commanded four
tank companies on the retreat to the Lines of Torres Vcdras, in the actions of Pombal, Redinha,
Poente de MarceUa, Sabugal, and the celebrated movement upon Guarda ; also in the battle of
Fuentes d'Onor, and siege of Badajoz. In 1812, he was employed organizing and drilling recruit*
for the Portuguese army in Coimbra. In 1813 and 14 he commanded the 5th Ca(jadores, and
was engaged after several hot skirmishe*, in the battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, passage of
the Adour, and investment of Bayonne, in which he successfully kept possession of a garden on
the left of the position occupied by the allied army daring the sortie. Medal for the Nive.
84 Colonel I'uty (erred on the expedition to Copenhagen, in 1807. Served afterwards in the
Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, including the siege and capture of
Uadajoz, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Madrid to Burgos, battle* of-Vittoria, the Pyrenees,
and Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th, 10th, lltb, 12th, and 13th Dec. 1813, besides various
minor affair*.
Hi Colonel Zuhlcke served the campaigns of 1793, 94, and 95 in Germany and the Nether
lands, a* an Ensign in the Grenadier Guards of Hesse Cassel, and was present at the siege of
Menu, action of 17th April 1794 near Cambray, siege of Landrecy. in the covering army of the
Doke of York at the battles of Cortillon and Lamain. Served with the 5th Battalion of the 60th

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in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798, including the action at GofTs Bridge, and several othea
in the mountains of Wicklow. In 1799 he was at the taking of Surinam. Subsequently in tit
,808 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Roleia and Viraii
Peninsula from 1808
capture of Oporto, and battle of Talavera, where he was severely wounded and taken prisoner, ba
escaped ten months afterwards. Appointed Major in the 2nd Caijadores 22nd Oct. 1810, andwu
present in the Lines of Torres Vedras, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, first siege of Badajoz, siege of
Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos,defended with a detachment the britiic
of Valladolid on the retreat from Burgos to Salamanca, action of San Munoa, battle d
Vittoria, actions in the Pyrenees on the 29th, 30tb, and 31st July, 2nd and 31st Aug., battles of
the Nivelle and the Nire, action at Hastingues, battle of Orthes, and action near Blaye. Mede!
and two clasps.
87 Colonel Gabriel was employed on the Walcheren expedition, in 1809. Served afterwards on
the Staff in the Peninsula until the end of that war in 1814. Received the brevet rank of Maj
for the battle of the Pyrenees ; and that of Lieut.-Colonel for former services in the field.
88 Colonel Thomas served in Sicily from 1805 to 1812. Joined the 3d Battalion of the 27th
in Portugal in April 1813, and was present with it at the battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees
Commanded tha Light Companies of the right brigade of the 4th division at the battles of Nivelle,
Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received a medal and two clasps. Served afterwards in
the American war ; also at the capture of Paris.
89 Colonel Rowan served with the 52nd in Sicily, in 1806 and 7 ; on the expedition to Sweden,
in 1808 ; in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore, in 1808-9 ; at Walcheren, in 1809, inclodiag
the bombardment and surrender of Flushing. In Portugal from 2b'th Jan. to 1st June 1811, in
cluding the action at Sabugal. Subsequently in the Peninsula and south of France from 10th Jan.
1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Vittoria, passage of the Bidastoa,
battles of the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, together with the intermediate affairs. Served
also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. Received the brevet rank
of Major for the battle of Orthes, and that of Lieut.-Colonel for former services in the field.
90 Colonel Shaw Kennedy served with the 43rd at the siege of Copenhagen and battle of Kioge.
in 1807. In the Peninsula from 1808 to 1812 inclusive, and was present at the action of the Cos,
siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, and battle of Salamanca. Served also the
campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo.
91 Lord Sandys accompanied the 10th Hussars to the Peninsula in 1812, and was present in
the action at Morales, and battles of Vittoria and Pampeluna. Served also the campaign of 1815,
as an Aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
92 Sir Thomas Henry Browne carried the King's Colour of the 23rd at the siege of Copenha
gen in 1807. Accompanied his regiment to America ; thence to the West Indies, and was
wounded at the capture of Martinique. Proceeded again to America, and thence to Portugal in
1811. He was appointed to the staff of the Adjutant-General in 1812, and was in the field at the
battles of Salamanca, Vittoria (where he was wounded in the head), the Pyrenees, Nivelle. the
actions of the llth, 12th, and 13th Dec. 1813 before Bayonne, Nive, Tarbes, Orthes, and Toulouse.
On the escape of Napoleon from Elba, he was appointed Aide-de-camp to Lord Stewart (the
present Marquis of Londonderry), and served the campaign of 1815 with him, at the head-quarters
of the Austrian and Russian armies.
94 Colonel Wilson served the campaign of 17H9 in Mysore, with the 19th Light Dragoons, in
cluding the battle of Malavelly, and siege of Seringapatam. Campaign of 1800 in pursuit of
Dhoondhia Waugh ; campaign of 1803 against the Mahrattas. Acted as Aide-de-camp to Colonel
Gillespie in quelling the mutiny at Vellore, in July 1806. Severely wounded at the battle of
Assaye, right arm shattered by a grape-shot, and two slighter wounds, his horse received three
bayonet wounds. Medal for Seringapatam.
95 Colonel Howard served on the Continent, in 1793 and 94; in St. Domingo and the West
India Islands, from 1795 to 1799. Served also in the Peninsula, and was most severely wounded
at the battle of Talavera, 27th July 1809, and made prisoner.
96 Colonel Maclachlan was honourably mentioned in Colonel Gillespie's despatch, for his
conduct at the suppression of the mutiny at Vellore, in 1806, on which occasion he was the senior
officer present, and severely wounded.
98 Colonel Nicolls with 13 volunteers in a boat of the Blanche frigate, boarded and captured,
on the 3rd Nov. 1803, the French armed cutter Albion from under the guns of Monte Christe, St.
Domingo,in this action he was severely wounded by a musket-ball, which entering the abdo
men and, coming out at his right side, lodged in the arm. On board the Standard at the passage
of the Dardanelles on the 19th Feb. 1807. On the 2Cth June 1808, with a boat's crew, he boarded
and captured the Italian gun-boat Volpe near Corfu. Present at the reduction of the Island of
Anholt, in May 1809. Severely wounded at the attack on Fort Bowyer, 15th Sept 1814.
99 Colonel Balneavis proceeded under Sir David Baird to Corunna, in 1808 ; from thence to
Lisbon, and was appointed Major of Brigade to Major-General R. M'Kenzie's Brigade ; served
throughout the whole of the war in Spain, and was present at the battles of Talavera and Busaco,
retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras, occupation of them and subsequent advance, battle of
Fuentes d'Onor for which he received the brevet rank of Major; siege of Ciudad Rodrigo,
covering the siege of Badajoz, storming of Fort St. Michael, siege of Burgos, battle of Salamanca,
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Inttalion of the 27th Regt. Embarked at Bourdeauz for North America ; on arriving there he
ras appointed Assistant-Quarter-Master-General, and was present at the battle of Plattsburg.
!ave up bis Staff situation and proceeded to New Orleans. Present at the capture of Paris as
iide-de-camp to Sir Manley Power, and served afterwards with the Army of Occupation.
101 Colonel Whetham served with the 40th in Holland, in 1799. Also on the expedition to
kmth America, and was severely wounded at the assault of Monte Video,right leg amputated.
103 Colonel Goldie served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to NOT. 1813, including the
ussage of the Douro, battles of Talavera, Busaco, Albuhcra, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees, besides
nany other minor actions and skirmishes. Severely wounded in the Pyrenees on the 30th July
1813, by a musket-ball which is still lodged in the lungsthis wound was long considered mortal.
Medal for Albuhera.
104 Colonel Thomas Wildman served with the 7th Hussars in the campaign of 1808-9 under
Sir John Moore, and was present in the cavalry engagements at Mayorga, Benevente, and through>ut the retreat to Corunna. Subsequently in the Peninsular campaigns of 1813 and 14, including
;he investment and surrender of Pampeluna, the battle of Orthes, and intermediate affairs.
Served also tbe campaign of 1815 as Aide-de-camp to the Earl of Uzbridge, including the action
A Quatre Bras, retreat on the 17th, and battle of Waterloo, at which last he was slightly wounded.
106 Colonel Bowles served in the north of Germany in 1805 and 6, under Lord Cathcart.
Present at tbe siege and capture of Copenhagen in 1807. In the Peninsula from 1809 to 1814
(excepting the winters of 1810 and 11 ), and was present at the passage of the Douro ; battles of
Talavera, Salamanca, and Vittoria ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, Burgos, and San Sebas
tian; capture of Madrid ; passages of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, and Adour ; and the invest*
ment of Bavonne. Present at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the capture of
Paris.
108 Colonel Godwin served with the 9th at the Ferrol, in 1800 ; in Hanover, in 1805-6; in
Portugal from Sept. 1808 to July 1809, including the passage of the Douro. In 1810, marched
from Gibraltar in command of the two flank companies to Tarifa ; proceeded from thence with
Lord Lynedoch to the action of Barrosa and was severely wounded. Served also throughout the
Burmese war under Sir Archibald Campbell, from the landing of the troops in May 1824 until the
peace in Feb. 1826. During this period he had held six separate commands against the enemy ;
in one he captured the fortified town of Martaban, 30th Oct. 1824, and ultimately the province ;
on the 8th Feb. 1825, he captured the fortified position of Tantabain, and took 36 pieces of
Artillery together with a quantity of other arms. He was also present at every action with the
enemy (except those in Dec. 1824, when he was still employed at Martaban), particularly at
Sembike on the 1st Dec. 1825, when in command of the advanced guard he carried the front face
of the enemy's position. Commanded the 1st Brigade in Ava, composed of H. M.'s 41st Regt.
and the 12th and 18th Regts. of Native Infantry.
109 C'olouel Robbins served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the 7th Hussars, and
was severely wounded at Waterloo.
110 Colonel Rainey served with the 82nd at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807 ;
with Sir Brent Spencer's expedition off the coast of Spain and at Cadiz on surrender of the
French Fleet ; from thence joined Sir Arthur Wellesley's army at Mondego Bay, and was after
wards present at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna, also the retreat under Sir John
Moore. Accompanied the regiment to Walcheren, in 1809, and was present at the surrender
of Middleburgh, siege and capture of Flushing. Joined the army in the Peninsula, in May 1812,
and served as Aide-de-camp to Sir Thomas Bradford during the siege of the Forts of Salamanca,
battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, retreat therefrom, actions at Torquemada
nd Dnenas. Served afterwards in the Portuguese service in advance through the Tras-osMontes in 1813, at the battle of Vittoria, actions of Villa Franca and Toloso, storm of the fortified
convent in front of San Sebastian, at both the sieges and storm of San Sebastian, passage of the
Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th and 10th Dec. severely wounded :
wounded also at tbe siege of San Sebr.stian. Served in France with the Army of Occupation
from the capitulation of Paris in 1815 to the end of 1818.
111 Colonel Dalyell served with the 43rd at the battle of Kioge and surrender of Copenhagen,
in 1807 ; also the Cornnna campaign in 1808-9. Returned to the Peninsula with the regiment in
1809, where he served until the end of that war in 1814 (except an absence in consequence of a
wound), including the action of the Coa near Almeida, battle of Busaco, retreat to the Lines at
Liibon, advance after Massena, actions of Pombal, Kedinha (wounded), Foz d'Arouce, Casal
Nova, and Sabugalseverely wounded ; battles of Vittoria and Toulouse, for which last he re
ceived the brevet rank of Major. Served also in the campaign of 1815, and was present at the
capture of Paris.
112 Colonel George Lewis served in Sir Richard Strachan's action, 4th Nov. 1805. ComHanded a battalion of Marines in the American war, including the action at Bladensburg, attack
on Baltimore, and various skirmishes in the Chesapeak.
113 Colonel Lawrence, prior to entering the Royal Marines, served four years and a half as
Midshipman in the Royal Navy. In 1793 he served at Toulon j landed at Fort La Malgue and
rt Mnlgrave during the siege. In 1798, at the capture of a French squadron of three frigates
and two brigs off Toulon. In 1805 battle of Trafalgar ; the ship in which he served, the Colotsvf,
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the expedition against Malaga. In 1814 and 15, served off New York on the American coast
until hostilities finally ceased.
114 Colonel Adair'g services : battle of the Nile ; siege and capitulation of the Castle of St.
Elmo, Naples, and the town of Capua, in 1 798 ; blockade of Malta, and surrender of La Valetta ;
blockade of Cadiz, and present at an attack made by Spanish gun vessels when becalmed under
the batteries of that town ; on board H. M. S. Genereux, at the capture of La Diane, French
frigate. Served also at New Orleans.
115 Colonel Connolly served in Lord Bridport's action, 23rd June 1795. In 1796 served IB
the Mediterranean, including the evacuation of Bastia, capture of Porto Ferrajo, and destruction
of Martello Tower in St. Fiorenzo Bay. On board H.M.S. Excellent in the battle off Cape St.
Vincent, 14th Feb. 1797. Capture of Admiral Perrie's squadron off Toulon in 1798, consisting
of three frigates and two brigs. On board the Hannibal, in the battle of Algesiras, 6th July 1801,
wounded and taken prisoner. On board H.M.S. Penelope, in the action off Flushing and Ostend.
under Sir Sydney Smith, 16th May 1804. Present at the siege of Copenhagen, and capture of
Danish fleet in 1807, and at Nyebourg in 1808. In 1812, on board H.M.S. Hamadryad, when
attacked by French privateers ; debarked with detachments at Scheveling, and took possession of
the Hague in 1814. Daring the above periods he has been very frequently engaged with the
enemy in affairs of gun-boats and batteries, &c. &c. He has received a reward from the Patriotic
Fund.
117 Colonel Dumas served at the blockade of Malta, in 1799 ; in Egypt, in 1801 ; at the battle
of Maida, in 1806 ; and again in Egypt, in 1807. Medal for services in Egypt.
119 Colonel Payler served in Sicily in 1806 and 7 ; the campaign of 1808-9 under Sir John
Moore ; and subsequently in the Peninsula under the Duke of Wellington, including the battle
of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, and battles of the Nivelle and Nive.
121 Sir MatweU Wallace served the campaign of 1815, and was present in the action at Qnatre
Bras, the retreat on the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo. On the 16th June 1815, he was
appointed, by Major-General Baron Dornberg, Orderly Officer, to assist his Brigade-Major
Captain Robais ; the General's Aide-de-Camp Captain Krachenburg being taken prisoner the
following day, he took Robais as Aide-de-Camp, and named Captain Wallace, Acting BrigadeMajor ; and, Robais being killed on the 18th, the Duke of Wellington confirmed Captain Wallace
on the Major-General's recommendation.
122 Colonel Edward Wildman served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons from April 1809
to Sept. 1811, and again from July 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of
Talavera and Busaco, action at Redinha, battle of Albuhera, retreat from Salamanca to Portugal,
battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees, Tarbes, and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, and had
three horses killed under him at Waterloo. Received two severe sabre wounds in the head and
arm, and made prisoner at the battle of Albuhera.
123 Colonel the Honourable John Finch served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 with the 15th
Hussars, and was engaged at the battles of Vittoria (sabre wound), Orthes, and Toulouse. He
was also present, although not personally engaged, at the battles of the Pyrenees and the Nive.
Accompanied Lord Combermere to India as his Military Secretary, and was present at the siege
and capture of Bhurtpore.
124 Colonel Barlow served in India under Lord Lake, during the campaigns of 1803, 4, and 5,
and wa present at the siege of Deig, battle of Futtyghur, siege of Bhurtpore, and battle of
Af/alghur. Served also at the captures of Bourbon and the Isle of France, in 1810.
125 Colonel Moore served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was severely wounded
and taken prisoner at the repulse of the sortie from Bayonne.
126 Sir Henry Floyd accompanied General Sir William II. Clinton to Sicily in 1811, and to
Spain in 1813, as his Aide-de-Camp, and was present at the battles of Biar and Castalia, siege
and blockade of Tarragona, in conveying orders to Ordal, and subsequent blockade of Barcelona.
Served also the campaign of 1815, with the 10th Hussars, and was present at the battles of
Qnatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the capture of Paris.
127 Sir Augustus d'Este served at New Orleans on the staff of Sir John Lambert, and behaved
with great gallantry.
128 Colonel Cochrane landed with the first army in Portugal on the 3rd Aug. 1808, and served
in the Peninsula during the campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, 11, and part of 1812, including the battle*
of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco, action of Redinha, siege of Olivenca, first siege of
Badajoz, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo. Served nearly two years in Canada during the American war,
as Aide-de-Camp to the Governor-General and Commander of the forces, Lient.-General Sir
George Prevost.
129 Colonel Hector Maclaine served in the Peninsula, and has received a medal for the battle
of Nivelle.
130 Colonel Wetherall was in action with a squadron of French frigates in the Mozambique
Channel in June 1810 ; in the attack of a squadron of French frigates in port S.E. of the Isle of
France in July 1810. At the attack and conquest of Java in 1811, as Aide-de-Camp to MajorGeneral Wetherall. He was appointed a CB. for Ms distinguished services in the suppression of
the Insurrection in Canada.
131 Colonel Carter was present in many of the actions of the Mahratta war. Commanded the
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132 Colonel the Honourable George An sun, served the campaign of 1815 with the Scots
Fusilier Guards, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
133 Colonel M'Gregor was actively employed in Sicily and Italy in 1806, Including the skir
mishes at St. Euphemie, battle of Maicla, attack on Scylla Castle, and capture of Catrone. Cam
paign of 1807 in Egypt, including the attacks in the Desert, and siege of Kosctta. Campaign in
Holland, in 1809, including the attacks and captures of Ter Vere and Flushing. Campaigns in
the Peninsula during part of 1813 and II. Capture of Corsica in May 1814. Wounded through
the right shoulder by a musket-shot at the battle of Maida.
135 Colonel Lane served with the 15th Hussars during the campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, in
the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
136 Sir Robert Nickle served with the 88th in the action of the 2nd July 1807, before Buenoa
Ayres ; volunteered and led the Forlorn Hope on the 5th July, and was very severely wounded,
and his party all either killed or wounded. Served, with the exception of about five months,
juring the whole of the Peninsular war from 1809 to the embarkation of his regiment, the 88th, in
1 814, at Bordeaux for North America, including the passage of the Mourn, battles of Talavera
ind Busaco, second siege of Badajoz, the retreat and advance of the army to and from the Lines
it Torres Vednu, battle of Vittoria, sortie from Pampeluna, battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle,
Nire, and Orthes, actions of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse (very severely
wounded), independent of a great many skirmishes of advanced and out posts. Served afterwards
in the American war in the affair of Plattsburg, where he led the advance across the Sarinac
River, and was wounded. Upon the breaking out of the insurrection in British North America
in the winter of 1837, Sir Robert Nickle volunteered his services there. Medal for the battle of
Vivelle.
138 Colonel Mackintosh served in the Peninsula with the 3d Dragoon Guards from August
1312 to the end of that war in 1814, including the retreat from Madrid to Salamanca and action
t Alba de Tormes, retreat to Ciudad Rodrigo and action at San Munos, passage of the Tormes
ibove Salamanca, and attack on the French rear-guard under General Villate, action at Hormasa
Wore Bnrgoc, battle of Vittoria, investment of Pampeluna, action at Tarbes, attack on the
French cavalry rear-guard at St. Gaudens, and battle of Toulouse.
139 Lord Hotham served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards from April 1812 to Feb.
1814, with the exception of a short absence in consequence of a wound received at the battle of
Salamanca. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
140 Colonel Bisshopp's services :Campaign and battle of Corunua ; expedition to Walcheren ;
cunpiign in the south of France; capture of Bhnrtpore in 1826.
141 Colonel Ellis served the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14, and 15, with the Grenadier Guards,
ind was present at the defence of Cadiz, action of San Munos, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of
'the Kivelle, Nive, .before Bayonne, Quatre Bras, and Waterloo. Severely contused at Quatre
Bns, and severely wounded at Waterloo.
142 Colonel Higgins served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798. In 1806 he was at the
Ending and taking of Maldonado, in South America ; at the affair of San Carlos, in which he was
ilightlv wounded and had his horse shot ; also at the siege and taking of Monte Video.
143 Sir Win. Robert Clayton accompanied his regiment, the Royal Horse Guards, to the Pen
insula, in Oct. 1812, and commanded a squadron at the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and at
'fee period when Marshal Soult attempted to relieve Pampeluna. In 1815 again accompanied his
n&inent to the Netherlands, and was at the battles of Quatre Bras, Genappe, and Waterloo.
144 Colonel Macadam landed in Portugal 1st Aug. 1808, with the 9th, and served throughont
tn* 'hole of the Peninsular war, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, passage of the Donro,
defence of Tarifa, affairs on the retreat from Burgos in 1812, siege and storming of San Sebastian
,t*ice wounded, and commanded the false attack on the breach on the night of the 29th of Aug.),
fttges of the Bidassoa (shot through the body ) and Adour, several affairs connected with the
'Mtment of Bayonne, and also the repulse of the sortie, besides a variety of minor affairs, and
other desultory services during the Peninsular war. Proceeded to Canada with his regiment, and
wned the campaign of 1814.
145 Colonel Hon. G. Catbcart served the campaigns of 1813 and 14, in Germany, as Aide-de"op to Lord Cathcart, and was engaged at Lutzen 3rd May, Bautzen 20th and 21st May,
ufe4en 28th August, Leipsic 16th, 18th, and 19th October, 1813, Brienne 1st February, Bar"f-Anbe, Areis 21st March, and Fere Champanoise 25th March, 1814. Served also the campaign
j If 15, as Aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wellington, and was present at the battles of Quatre
Bruud Waterloo.
<6 Colonel Spink served with the Light Company of the I2thin several actions in theTravancprc war, East Indies. Severely wounded through the leg when leading a night attack against
t eotaj'i position at St. Mary, in the island of Bourbon. Present also at the capture of the
* of France, his company forming the advance on landing, and repeatedly engaged previous
to 'U capture.
MJ Colonel Mantel served with the 10th in the Mediterranean ; subsequently with the 53rd in
"" "ninnJa, and was severely wounded at the battle of Toulouse.
l Colonel Dobbin served with the 19th in the Travancore war, in 1809 ; at the capture of the
wiiu territories in Ceylon, in 1815. Also actively employed at the head of the Grenadier com
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pany throughout the Kandian campaign of 1818, and received the thanks of Sir Robert Brownrigge on three occasions in general orders, for a series of services against the insurgents.
149 Colonel John Drummond served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards from Jao.
1813 to the end of that war in 1814.
150 Colonel Melville Browne served as Aide-de-camp to Sir Brent Spencer in the battles of
Roleia, Vimiera, Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and the different affairs during the retreat of Masseni
from Portugal. Served also at the siege of Flushing in 1809, a> Aide-de-camp to General Gore
Browne.
152 Colonel James Fleming served in India, Bourbon, and at the capture of the Isle of France.
153 Colonel Buckley served in the Peninsula with the Grenadier Guards, from March 1813, to
the end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle, and in
vestment of Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battles of
Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and taking of Peronne.
155 Colonel Byam served the campaigns of 1812, 13, 14, and 15, including the battles of Sala
manca, Vittoria, Orthes, and Waterloo, besides minor affairs. Severely wounded by a grape shot
while carrying the regimental colour of the 38th at Salamanca, and slightly wounded at Waterloo.
156 Colonel Prendergast served in the Peninsula with the Scots Fusilier Guards, from Dec.
181 1 to March, 1814, and was present at the battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of
Burgos and retreat from thence, affair at Osma, battle of Vittoria, sieges of Badajoz and San Sebas
tian, attack at St Jean de Luz, battle of the Nive, passage of the A dour, investment of Bayonne,
siege of the Citadel, and repulse of the sortie.
158 Colonel Drake served with the army on the Elbe, under Lord Cathcart, in 1805 and 6; in
Portugal and Spain, under Sir John Moore, 1808-9 ; with the expedition to Walcheren, in 180.9;
in the Peninsula in 1810 and 11, as Aide-de-camp to Sir Brent Spencer; and in 1812 and 13 on
the staff of the Quarter-Master-General in the Peninsula.
160 Colonel Stisted served in the Peninsula with the 1st Royal Dragoons, from June 1811 to
the end of that war in 1814.
161 Colonel Salwey served the campaigns of 1813 and 14, with the Coldstream Guards, and
was present at nearly all the actions in the Pyrenees, the crossing of the Bidassoa, capture of St.
Jean de Luz, battle of the Nivelle, heights of Bidart, crossing the Adour, investment of Bayonne,
and repulse of the sortie.
Ifi2 Colonel Gurwood served in the Peninsula with the 52d, from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1812, and
subsequently to the end of that war in 1814 as Major of Brigade to the Household Cavalry, and to
Major-General Lambert's Brigade in the 6th division of Infantry, including the siege and storm
of Ciudad Rodrlgo, where he led the forlorn hope of the light division, as also at the storming of
Fort Renaud ; battles of Vittoria, Salamanca, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served also
the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded at the battle of Waterloo : severely wounded also
at Sabugal, and slightly at the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo.
163 Sir Henry Wyatt served the compaigns of 1814 and 15, with the 1st Life Guards, and was
present at the battle of Toulouse, and capture of Paris.
164 Colonel Fraser served in the Peninsula with the 24th from June 1809 to June 1813, in
cluding the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca,
and siege of Burgos, where he was at the taking of the Horn Work, 19th Sept. and led the
storming party to the breach formed by the mine on the 4th Oct. Employed in the field
throughout the whole of the Kandian rebellion in Ceylon, in 1817 and 18, as Aide-de-camp to the
Commander of the Forces.
165 Colonel Roberts served in the Peninsula from May 1810 to Oct. 1812, and again from May
1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the defence of Cadiz, battle of Barrosa, and capture
of Seville. Medal for Barrosa, having commanded a field battery.
166 Sir Henry Fairfax served in the Peninsula with the Rifle Brigade, in 1812, on the retreat
from Madrid, and in the affair of San Munos.
167 Lord Howden served as Aide-de-camp to his Grace the Duke of Wellington during the
years 1817 and 18, to the close of the occupation in France. Employed by Government on a spe
cial mission, and was present at the battle of Navarin, in 1827 (wounded and mentioned in Com
mander-in-chief s despatch); siege of Antwerp, in 1832 (wounded); campaign in Spain, in
Navarre and Basque Provinces, in 1834.
168 Colonel Douglas served at the capture of the Danish and Swedish West India Islands in
1801. On the expedition to the north of Germany in 1805 and 6. Peninsular campaigns from
Feb. 1812 to March 1814, including the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees (27th to
31st July) ; siege of San Sebastian from 24th Aug. to the 8th Sept. and battle of Nivelle. He has
received a cross for Salamanca. Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle, having commanded a field battery.
169 Colonel Charles Stuart Campbell served in Egypt with the 26th in 1801 ; in Portugal and
Spain in 1808-9, including the battle of Corunna where he commanded the pickets of his brigade.
Expedition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushing, in 1809. Served also in the Peninsula from
1811 to 1814, and commanded the 3rd Portuguese Regt. at the battle of Vittoria, as also at the
siege and assault of San Sebastianseverely wounded in the thigh at the assault, the ball still
remaining. Medal and a clasp.
' 170 Colonel Dugald Campbell served at the Ferrol, in 1800; in Egypt, in 1801, including the

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battles of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March (wounded). Served again in Egypt in 1807, including
the bombardment of Rosetta. Present at the battle of Maida, 4th July, 1806. Also at the capture
cf the islands of Ischia and Frocida, in 1809. Medal for services in Egypt.
171 Colonel Arrnvtage served in the south of France with the Coldstream Guards from March
to July 1SU.
172 Colonel Clerke served with the old 94th at the defence of Cadiz, and also until the retreat
from Siatarem was closed at Fuentes d'Onor, having been present in the actions of Redinha,
Coedeixa, Fox d'Arouce, and Sabngal. Joined the 77th (also in the Peninsula) on promotion,
and sored with it in the action of El Bodon, sieges and assaults of Cindad Rodrigo and Badajoz,
ncluding the storming of Fort Picuriua. Severely wounded in the leg at the storming of the
castle of Badajoz.
173 Colonel Clark Kennedy served in the Peninsula from Sept. 1809 to Sept. 1813, including
th* battles of Fuentes d'Onor and Vittoria, besides various affairs of outposts ; received two
wocndi at Waterloo. While leading his squadron in a successful charge against the Count
D'Erlon's corps at Waterloo, perceiving an Eagle to the left, he changed the direction of his
squadron, and ran the officer through the body who carried it. The Eagle belonged to the 105th
French Regiment of Infantry, and is now deposited at Chelsea Hospital.
174 Colonel Craigie served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the attacks on Menem,
tnd bombardment of Antwerp. Served also in China, and commanded a column at Amoy, Chusan,
and Cbinhae.
175 Colonel Morris served in the American war with the 49th, and was present at the various
operationi at Fort George, and at the actions of Stoney Creek and Plattsburg. Accompanied the
regiment on the China expedition, and commanded a brigade at the storming and capture of
the heights above Canton, for which service he was made a CB. Commanded a brigade at the
incV and capture of the city of Amoy, and at the second capture of Chusan. Commanded the
centre column of attack at the capture of the heights of Chinhae. Commanded the force at
Ningpo, and repulsed the enemy with great slaughter in their attack on that city. Commanded
t brigade at the attack and capture of the enemy's entrenched camp on the heights of Begoan, at
the attack and capture of the city of Chapoo, and at the attack and capture of the enemy's position
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War Services of the Lieutenant-Colonels.

1 Lieut. -Colonel West served in Holland from Nov. 1794 to May 1796, and was present hen
the French attacked the British after crossing the Waal, and the different affairs in which his regi
ment (the 3d Guards) was engaged ; also the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the action
at the lauding, and those of the 27th Aug., Ipth and 19th Sept., and 2nd of Oct. Served the
Egyptian campaign of 1801, and was employed in all the affairs after the landing, up to the sur
render of Alexandria. Proceeded with the expedition to Hanover, in 1805 ; to Zealand, in ISO",
and was present at the siege and surrender of Copenhagen. Embarked for the Peninsula in 180S,
and was present at the passage of the Douro and capture of Oporto, action at Salamonde, battle of
Talavera, and various minor affairs. Received a bayonet wound in the thigh in a skirmish, on the
2d October 1799; and in a subsequent affair he was twice severely wounded,on the left shoulder
joint by a sabre cut, and on the right side by slug-shots.
2 Lieut.-Colonel Henry Le Blanc served in South America, in 1806, and lost a leg.
3 Baron Bulow served three campaigns in Brabant and Flanders as a Subaltern in the 7th
Hanoverian Dragoons, and was present at the battle of Famars, sieges of Valenciennes and Dankirk, battle of Hondscot, and retreat through Holland. Served in the Peninsula with the German
Legion, at the defence of Cadiz from March to 20th Sept. 1810, subsequently at the battle of
Salamanca, capture of Madrid, battles of Vittoria and Toulouse. Also the campaign of 1815, and
was severely wounded at Waterloo. Medal and two clasps.
4 Lieut.-Colonel Milnes commanded a detachment of the 10th doing marine duty on board
H. M. S. Isu in the North Sea, in 1795. Accompanied the Expedition from India to Egypt under
Sir David Baird, in 1801. Employed with a detachment in Ceylon during the war with Kandj.
Served with the 75th at the siege of Bhurtpore in 1805, and was engaged on three different assaults
upon that fortress. Accompanied the 65th on the Expedition to the Persian Gulf in 1809 ; com
manded the light division at the landing and attack on Itas-el-Khyma ; commanded the storming
party at the capture of Fort Schenass. Commanded the C5th at the capture of the Isle of France
in 1810; also, on service in Kattywar in 1812, and was employed against Nownugghur. Com
manded a brigade in Guzerat in 1814 and part of 1815 ; in Kattywar and Cutch in 1815 and 16 ;
and in the Deccan war in 1817 and 18, commanded a division of the army against the Peishwa,
near Poona, 16th Nov. 1817, crossed the river Moota Moola in the evening of that day, the pro
gress of his division being obstinately opposed but without effect, by the united force of His
Highness's artillery, cavalry, and infantry, afterwbich the enemy retired, leaving a great part of his
camp standing, and considerable quantities of ammunition in the field.
6 Lieut-Colonel Cooke served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was severely
wounded at Waterloo. Medal for the assault and capture of San Sebastian.
8 Lieut.-Colonel Mansel served with the 53rd in the attack at Morne Chabot and the siege of
Morne Fortunee in St. Lucia, in 1796 ; the whole of the Carib war in St. Vincent; and at the
siege of Moro castle in the island of Porto Rico, in 1797. Joined the 2d battalion of the 53rd
in the Peninsula in Aug. 1811 ; commanded the light companies of the 6th Division throughout
the campaigns of 1811 and 12, including the skirmish with the enemy's cavalry near Carpio, sieges
of Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, and the Forts at Salamanca ; battle of Salamanca, and siege of Burgos.
Commanded a Provisional Battalion, consisting of four companies of the Queen's, and a like
number of the 53rd, at the battle of Toulouse. Medal and a clasp for Salamanca and Toulouse.
9 Lieut.-Colonel Halkett served with the 2nd Light Infantry Battalion of the King's German
Legion on the expedition to the North of Germany, iu 1805-6. Landed on the Island of Rugen in
July 1807 ; was employed at the siege of Stralsund, and in August re-embarked at Rugen for
Copenhagen, where the battalion formed part of the besieging corps. In April 1808 embarked
with Sir John Moore's army for Gottenburg, and from thence to Portugal ; belonged to the army
which entered Spain with Sir John, and afterwards retired through Gallicia. Accompanied the
expedition to Walcheren, and was present at the siege of Flushing. In Jan. 1811 embarked foe
Portugal ; commanded the battalion at the battle of Albuhera, and was at the siege of Badajoz in
1811 ; commanded the battalion during the campaign of 1812, including the siege of the forts at
Salamanca, action of the heights of Moresco, battle of Salamanca, and retreat from Burgos, when
the Light Brigade K. G. L. formed the rear-guard with the cavalry, and repulsed the repeated
charges of the enemy's cavalry. In April 1813 embarked for the North of Germany and was
employed in organizing the Hanoverian troops ; commanded a brigade of the same in Count
Walmoden's army, and was engaged at the battle of Goerde, as also on several other occasions.
In Jan. 1814 commanded the centre of the corps which besieged and captured Gluckstadt. Com
manded the right of the corps which was employed at the blockade of Harburg. Served also the
campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. He has received a medal and one
clasp for the battles of Albuhera and Salamanca.
10 Lieut.-Colonel Manners served in India with the Bombay army during the second Mysore
campaign, and was at Seringapatam and the siege of Pondicherry. Served also in the Peninsula,
and was present at the battle of Busaco, pursuit of Massena, actions of Foz d'Arouce, Sabugal,
and El Bodon ; commanded the 74th at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor and at the siege of Ciudad
Rodrigo,commanded the flank companies at the assault ; present at the first siege of Badajoi,
and succeeded to the command of the regt. at the last siege ; present at the battle of Salamanca,

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capture of Madrid, and retreat from thence. Again commanded the regt. at the battle of Orthes,
and was also present at the battle of T julouse. lie has received a cross.
11 Lit ut--Colonel Felly served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 with the 2d battalion of the
27th, and was present in the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March, together with the other
operation* during that campaign. Served in the Peninsula with the ICth Light Dragoons from
1309, until 23d Oct. 1812, and was present at the battles of Oporto, Talavera, Busaco, and
Poentes d'Onor, as well aa in many other minor affairs, until 1812. Commanded the regt. during
the greater part of the retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras in 1810, when the regt. and the 1st
HUHUB of the King'* German Legion formed the rear-guard of cavalry, and the advance-guard in
che forward movement ; on both these occasions they were engaged with the enemy almost every
day. On the 23d Oct. 1812, commanded the rear-guard of cavalry on the retreat from Burgos,
having frequently charged the enemy during the day,at about 4 o'clock in the evening he was
severely wounded in two places, and his horse being killed under him in a charge against a very
superior force, he was made prisoner, and remained in France until the peace in 1814.
12 Lieut. -Colonel Hunt accompanied the S2d to the Ferrol in 1800, and was present in the
action of the Heights. Accompanied Sir John Moore as his Aide-de-Camp on the expedition to
Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal, in 1808, and served throughout that arduous campaign until
tae embarkation of the troops at Corunna. Served with the Hd battalion during the M'alcheren
campaign. In Jan. 1811 embaiked with the regt. for the Peninsula, and was present in the pursuit
<: Massena, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and all the various affairs in which the
light division was engaged in that campaign ; during the last three months of which, and at the
ifiair near Alfayates, he commanded the 2d battalion. Commanded the 1st battalion at the siege
ud assault of Badajoz, on which occasion the command of the second brigade of the light division
devolved on him: for his conduct on this day he was promoted to the brevet rank of Lieut. Colonel. Commanded the same brigade when the army went to repel Marshal Marmont from big
predatory incursion into Portugal. Commanded the 1st battalion of the S2d throughout the cam
paign of 1812, including the battle of Salamanca and action of San Munos. Served with the light
division during the operations of Marshal Soult to relieve Pampeluna. On the 31st Aug. 1813,
commanded the volunteers of the light division at the assault of San Sebastian, and was twice
severely wounded : for his conduct on this occasion he was promoted to an effective Lieut.ColoneicT in the 60th. Medal and two clasps.
13 Lieut,-Colonel Rowan served with the 52d on the expedition to the Ferrol, in 1800 j in Sicily,
in 1806-7; and with Sir John Moore's expedition to Sweden, in 1808. Joined the army in
Poitogal two days after the battle of Yimiera, and served from that period in the reserve of Sir
John Moore and in the battle of Corunna. Appointed Brigade-Major to the light brigade taken
out by Major-General K. Craufurd, in 1809, to join the army in Portugal, and was present with the
light division in several affairs near Almeida and at the battle of Busaco. In 1811 appointed
Assittant-Adjutant-Gcneral to the light division, and was present at the siege and storming of
I I'adad Hodrigo. siege and storming of Badajoz,slightly wounded at the assault, and received the
brevet rank of Lt.-C ol. for this service ; battle of Salamanca, and the various affairs in which the
light division was engaged from the middle of 1809 to the middle of 1813. Served also the cam
paign of 1815, and commanded a wing of the 52d at the battle of Waterloo,slightly wounded.
Uedal and two clasps.
14 Lieut-Colonel Holcombe embarked with Sir David Baird's expedition to the Peninsula in
1848. Proceeded again to the Peninsula in 1811, and was senior officer of the British companies
of artillery attached to the battering train at the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz. In May
1812 embarked at Lisbon as commanding officer of artillery on a secret expedition ; landed at
Alicante, where he assumed the command of the British, Portuguese, Spanish, and Sicilian artillery
attached to the different corps composing that army, in which capacity he acted at the battle of
Cutalla. Obtained the brevet rank of Major for his services at Ciudad Rodrigo, and that of
Lieut-Colonel for Badajoz,for the latter he has also received a medal.
15 Lieut.-Colonel Harrison served with the 50th in Corsica in 1795, and was present in several
lirmuhes near Ajaccio. Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the aclions of the 8th and 21st
March. Capture of Copenhagen in 1807. Campaign of 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia,
Vimiera, and Corunna. At the capture of Walcheren, in 1809. Served afterwards in the Peninula, and wat present at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, storming of Fort Napoleon near Almaraz,
commanded the right wing of the regt. while escalading the above fort, for which he obtained the
brevet rank of Lient.-Colonel. Present at the affair with the enemy at Alba de Tonnes on the
retreat of the army from Madrid ; commanded the regt. at the repulse of an attack at Bejar, pre
sent kt the battle of Vittoria j commanded the regt. in the actions in the Pyrenees on the 26'th,
27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st July 1813 ; also at the battle of St. Pierre near Bayonne, action
tt Aire. battle* of Orthes and Toulouse. Medal and two clasps.
16 Lient.-Colonel Cother covered the landing of the force under Sir David Baird at the Cape of
Good Hope in 1806 ; was present in the general action at Blue Berg, and in all the operations that
look place until the surrender of the colony. Was afterwards embarked on board the squadron
"'idfr Sir Home Popham, doing duty as Marines, during which period the French frigate La
'"'iiiulrurf of 38 guns was taken. Covered the advance of the force under General Beresford at
':'t reduction on the river Plate, and was engaged in every affair which took place at and in the

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vicinity of Baenoi Ayres ; and on the surrender of that place was taken prisoner, together with the
whole force, and marched nearly 1000 miles into the interior. Landed in Portugal in 1H08, and
commanded the light companies of the brigade under General Ferguson at the battles of Roleia and
Vimiera : was afterwards engaged in every affair with his regt. (the 71st) on the retreat to Corunna
and in the action at that place. Landed again in Portugal in 1811, and was engaged at Arroyo de
Molino, when General Gerard was surprised, and all his cannon and 1200 prisoners taken. Com
manded one of the storming parties when the forts at Almaraz on the Tagus were taken . for which
he obtained the brevet of Lieut. -Colonel. Commanded the 71st at the battle of Vittoria, on which
occasion he received three musket-balls through his clothes, one in the saddle, and was also
wounded by another. He also served eleven years in Ceylon, and commanded in the Eastern
Provinces in the Kandian country during the rebellion in 1818. Medal for Vittoria.
17 Sir Julius Hartmann served with the Hanoverian artillery in the Netherlands in 1 793 and
94, and was present at the battle of Famars, siege of Valenciennes, battles of Frixpoede and Hondscote, defence of and sortie from Menin, on which occasion be was made a prisoner. Commanded
a troop of horse artillery of the King's German Legion on the expedition to the Continent in 18O5,
under Lord Cathcart. With the expedition to Gottenbnrg in 1808. Went to Portugal with the
army under Sir John Moore, in command of the artillery K.G.L. and was present at the >H"g of
Oporto, battles of Talavera and Busaco, action of Campo Mayor, and taking of Olivenca. Com*
manded artillery of the allied army at the battle of Albuheraand at the affair of Arroyo de Molioo.
Present at the sieges of Badajoz and at the forts of Salamanca. Commanded the artillery of the
4th and 5th divisions at the battle of Salamanca. Present at the taking of the Retire at Madrid ;
commanded the reserve of artillery at the battle of Vittoria ; and the advance to Son Sebastian.
Commanded the artillery of the left attack at the siege of that fortress ; and the artillery of the
left column at the passages of the Bidassoa, the Nivelle, the Nive, and the A Jour, and also before
Bayonne. Sir Julius has received a cross and two clasps.
IS Lieut-Colonel Brown served in Holland in 1794, and was taken prisoner at the surrender
of Grave. Served afterwards in the West Indies with the 60th from the commencement of 1796
to June 1809, and was present at the captures of St. Lucia and Grenada, the attack on Porto Rico,
and surrender of Surinam. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1810, and was attached to the Portu
guese service; present at the battle of Busaco and attack on the forts of Salamanca: commanded
the 9th Cac,adores at the battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos (from 19th Sept. to 21st Oct.),
blockade of Pampeluna, actions in the Pyrenees near Pampeluna from 28th to 30th July ; actions
near Ordax on the 31st August and 7th October, battles of the Nivelle and Nive, and action near
Bayonne on the 13th Dec. During the above service he was three times wounded. He has
received a cross.
19 Sir Richard Church served at the Ferrol, in 1800 ; the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including
the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March, and taking of Alexandria. Served afterwards in
Naples, Sicily, and Calabria, and was present at the battle of Maida, and defence of Capri, at
which last he was wounded in the head. At the capture of Ischia, in 1809 ; on the expedition to
the Ionian Isles, and at the taking of Zante and Cephalonia. Severely wounded in an attack on
Stellanra, left arm shattered by a musket-shot.
20 Sir James Malcolm served on board the Channel Fleet in the first American War. In action
off Gibraltar in Oct. 1782, under Lord Howe. Also in Sir John Duckworth's action with the
French Fleet off St. Domingo, on the 6th Feb. 1806, when the whole of the enemy's line-of-battle
ships were either taken or destroyed, and for which service he was made a Brevet- Major. In July
1812 appointed to the command of the 2d battalion of Royal Marines, and served with it in the
North of Spain until Jan. 1813. In the spring of that year he went with the battalion to America,
and served the summer campaign of 1813 in the Chesapeak. In October was ordered with the
battalion to Canada; and, in conjunction with 200 of the Canadian Fencibles, joined the corps of
observation on General Wilkinson's army. In May 1814, he led the battalion when they stormed
the American fortress of Oswego. Commanded another battalion at the battles of Bladensburg
and Baltimore, and in several affairs on the coast.
21 Lieut.-Colonel Plenderleath served with the 49th on the expedition to the Baltic, and was
present at the battle of Copenhagen on the 2d April 1801. Served afterwards in the American
war, and commanded the regiment in the actions of Stoney Creek and Chrystler's Farm, as well as
in affairs of less importance. He was severely wounded at Stoney Creek : and he has received a
medal for Chrystler's Farm.
22 Lieut.-Colonel Armstrong served with the Light Infantry Companies of the Guards on the
expedition under Sir Eyre Coote to Ostend, in 1798. In August 1799 he sailed with the 1st
battalion of the Coldstream on the expedition to the Helder, and was present in the different actions
which took place during the campaign in North Holland. Commanded the battalion in Hanover
nnder Lord Cathcart, in 1805-6 ; also at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807.
23 Lieut.-Colonel Hawkins served in the Peninsula with the 68th, and has received a medal
and two clasps for the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Nivelle.
25 Lieut.-Colonel Macdonell served in the American war, and has received a medal for the
action at Chateauguay.
26 Lieut.-Colonel Galiffe served in the Peninsula ; was slightly wounded at the battle of Tala
vera, and has received a cross for tlie battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse.
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(fce 2M m the action on the landing ; he was also present In the actions of the 13th and 21st
March. Accompanied the regt. onjthe expedition to Copenhagen, In 1S07 ; and at the siege and
capture of Martinique, in 1809. Joined the army in the Peninsnla in 1810, and was present at
the pursuit of Massena, action at Redinha, capture of Campo Mayor and Olivenca, siege of Bada;<?. and battle of Albnhera, where he received a rifle-shot through the calf of the leg, and a
mnsket-bH in the right breast which was extracted from the back, having passed through the
longs. Rejoined the Army in the Peninsula in 1813, and commanded the regt. at the battles of
Cubes and Toulouse.
28 Lieut. -Colonel Mnttlebnry joined the 55th then encamped before Nimeguon, and served the
Mvtre winter campaign of 1794-5, in Holland. In Admiral Christian's fleet during the dreadful
gules which proved fatal to so large a proportion of ships ; after which he was present at the taking
rf St. Locia. where he was employed eleven months against the Brigands, during which period the
'""h lost 25 officers and upwards of 600 men. Served with the reserve of the array under Sir
RaJph Abercromby at the Helder, in 1799. In November 1813 embarked with the 2d battalion
of the 69th for Holland, and was present at the bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp and
the storming of Bergen-op-Zoom,for his conduct at the latter, although made prisoner, he was
honoured with the brevet rank of Lientenant-Colonel. Served also the campaign of 1815, including
tbe battles of Qnatre Bras and Waterloo,early on the latter day he succeeded to the command of
the regiment.
29 Lieut. -Colonel Wilkins served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1 798, and was wounded at
New Ring. Landed with the force that occupied^Madeira in 1801. From thence proceeded to
the West Indies, where he was employed on the staff. In 1809 joined the 95th, now the Rifle
Brigade, and embarked with the corps on the Scheldt expedition. In 1810, commanded a detach
ment of the regiment in the defence of Cadiz, and a battalion in 1812 at the battle of Salamanca,
received a medal for the latter. Accompanied the army to Madrid, and aided in covering the retreat
into Portugal. In 1813, advanced with the army to within range of the guns of Burgos, when tho
enemy abandoned the fortress. Was present at the battle of Vittoria, and in several minor affairs
in following the retreating army to Pampeluna and San Sebastian. Volunteered his services at
tbe storming of the latter, but the honour being subsequently claimed by a senior officer, he reKmned the command of the 2d battalion, and was sharply engaged with the enemy at the Bridge
of Yera. Served in the campaign of 1815, including the advance on the Kith June, retreat on the
17th, and was in the command of the before-named battalion on the field of Waterloo, when, by a
discharge of grape-shot from the enemy's artillery, both himself and horse were felled to the
ground. In 1817 be joined the army of occupation in France, but from the serious effects of his
wound, was compelled to return to England.
30 Lient.-Colonel M. Wm. Bailey was severely wounded at Waterloo.
31 Lieut.-Colonel Miller served tin: campaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoons, and was severely
rounded at Waterloo.
32 Lieut.-Colonel Dorville served on the Staff with the cavalry under Lord Paget during the
eunpugn of 1808-9, including the actions of Sahagun and Benevente. With the 1st Royal Dragoontinthe subsequent campaigns of 1809, 10, 11, 12, and 13, including the actions of Redinha,
Sabngal, Puentes d'Onor, and Aldea de Ponte ; also the various affairs of out-posts during the dif
ferent advances and retreats, viz. at Frexadas, Nave d'Ayer, Llera and others : at Llera he saved
bis squadron when attacked by a whole brigade of French Cavalry, which attempted to surprise
them. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
33 Sir Henry Pynn served in Ireland with the South Down Militia during the Rebellion, in
1798. Embarked with Sir Brent Spencer's Division in 1807, and was employed with the 82d in
Sicily ; subseqnently disembarked at the Mondego in 1808, and was present at the battles of
Rolria and Vimiera. Attached to the Portuguese troops on the 15th Nov. 1809, and was present
U the battle of Basaco. Commanded a corps of Light Infantry at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor and
iige of Badajoz in 1811 ; commanded the 18th Portuguese Regiment in Lord Hill's corps d'annee
covering the siege of Badajoz and storming of the Citadel in 1812 ; battle of Vittoria, action at the
Pus of Maya, battles of the Pyrenees on the 28th and 30th July (severely wounded), action of
Garni, battle of Orthes, action of Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Sir Henry has received a medal
nd two clasps.
14 Lint-Colonel Robertson served the campaigns of 1793, 94, and 95, in Flanders and Hollind, nnder the Duke of York, and was present at the battle of Famars, siege of Valenciennes,
ud numerous other actions. Served on the expedition to the north of Germany under Lord
Cithcart in 1S05-6 ; and to Zealand in 1807. Also with that under Sir John Moore, first to
Sweden, and afterward! to the Peninsula, where he was present in tbe action near Grijon, capture
"f Oporto, battle; of Talavera and Busaco, retreat to the Lines before Lisbon, subsequent advance
nd pursuit of the French, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, covering the siege of Badajoz, action at
Coital, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, action of Osma, battle of
Vittoria, actions of Villa Franca and Tolosa, siege of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa,
inwk of the fortified position before St. Jean de Luz, actions before Bidart and Bayonne on the
-Hh, 10th, 1 1th, and 12th Dec., passage of the Adour, attack and capture of St. Etienne, investment
if Hivonne, and repulse of the sortie. Commanded his regiment at the battle of Waterloo, and
ferely wounded.
Btron Baring served in Flanders in 1793, and was present at the siege of Valenciennes, and

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battle of Hondtchoote. Employed at the siege of Copenhagen, In 1807 ; the campaign of 1808-9
in Spain, under Sir John Moore ; and on the expedition to Walcheren and siege of Flushing, io
1809. Joined the army in the Peninsula in 1811, and was present at the first siege of BadjJMul
battles of Albuhera, Salamanca, Vittoria, the heights of Vera, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, Tarbea, moA
Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
37 Lieut. -Colonel Leach served with the Rifle Brigade on the expedition against Copenhagen,
in 1807 ; and subsequently in the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of that war in 1814, including
the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Busaco, action of the Coa, retreat to the Lines of Torres Vetiras,
battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, retreat from
Madrid, battle of Vittoria, various actions in the Pyrenees, passage of the Bidassoa and attack oa
the enemy's position at the Pass of Vera, battles of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the S)tn.
10th, lltb, and 12th Dec., action at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous affair* of
van and rear guards and skirmishes. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of
Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at which last the command of the 1st battalion devolved oa him.
Colonel Leach has received several contusions, the first at Roleia, the next at the Coa, and again
by a fragment of a shell at Waterloo. He obtained the brevet rank of Major for his conduct at
Vittoria, and that of Lieut- Colonel and the Companionship of the 13ath for Waterloo.
38 Lieut-Colonel WTlson served with the 4th on the expedition to the Helder in 1799, and was
present in the actions of the 2d and 6th October. Siege of Copenhagen, in 1807. Expedition
first to Sweden and afterwards to the Peninsula, under Sir John Moore, including the retreat
through Spain and battle of Corunna (wounded). Accompanied it to Walcheren in 1809. Joined
the army at the Lines of Torres Vedras in 1810, and was afterwards present in the pursuit of
Massena, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action at Barba del Puerco, storm log of
Badajoz (severely wounded). Aide-de-Camp to Major-General Pringleat the battle of Salamanca.
capture of Madrid and the Retiro, siege of Burgos and retreat therefrom, affair of Villa Muriel,
battles of the Nivelle, the Nive, and St. Pierre, Orthes, and St. Palais. Served also the campaign
of 1815; commanded the 4th at the battle of Waterloo, and was wounded. Medal for Badajoz.
39 Lieut-Colonel the Honourable Dawson Darner accompanied Lord Cathcart to Russia as hui
Aide-de-Camp in 1812. Attached to Sir Robert Wilson, and was present with the Russian Arnn
at the retreat of the French Cavalry from Moscow. In 1813 present with the Allied Army at the
battles of Lutzen, Bautzen, Wurtzen, and Culm. Attached to Count Walmoden, and was present
at the operations before Hamburg and in Ilolstein in 1813. In the spring of 1814 entered France
with the Allied Army and was employed with the Corps d'Armee serving in the Low Countries.
In the same year appointed Assistant-Quarter-Master-General to the army under the orders of the
Prince of Orange ; and in June 1815 was present in the same capacity at the battles Qnatre Bras
and Waterloo.
40 Lieut.- Colonel O'Donoghue served at the attack on Ferrol, in 1800 ; in South America, in
1807, including the capture of Maldonado, siege and reduction of Monte Video. At the defence
of Cadiz and Tarifa in 1810 and 11, including the defeat of the French in the assault on Tarifa in
December 1811. Returned to the defence of Cadiz, in 1812, and after the French were compelled
to raise the siege, he joined the Duke of Wellington's army then retiring from the siege of Burgos.
Served the Mahratta campaigns of 1817-18 ; and in the Burmese war in 1824 and 25. Wounded
in the right leg during the siege of Tarifa.
4 1 Lieut.-Colonel the Honourable Robert Moore served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream
Guards from Jan. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814. Also the campaign of 1815, and was
severely wounded at Waterloo.
43 Lieut-Colonel Keane served with the 23d on the expedition to the north of Germany, in
1805 ; in Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, including the retreat to and battle of Corunna.
Served afterwards in the Peninsula with the 7th Hussars, and as Aide-de-Camp to Sir Huucy
Vivian, from Nov. 1813 to the end of that war in 131 4, including the battles of Orthes and Toulovie.
Also the campaign of 1815 in the same capacity, and was present at the battle of Waterloo and
capture of Paris.
44 Lieut-Colonel Purvis served in the Peninsula with the Royal Dragoons, and has received a
medal for the battle of Vittoria.
45 Lieut-Colonel Robert Macdonald, late of the Royal Artillery, has received a medal for the
battle of Salamanca.
46 Lieut-Colonel Madox served the campaign of 1815 with the fith Dragoons, and was present
at the battle of Waterloo.
47 Lieut- Colonel Fuller served with the 59th at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806 ;
the Peninsular campaigns from Dec. 1812 to Feb. 1814, including the battle of Vittoria, siege of
San Sebastian, and battle of the Nive, where he was wounded in the shoulder and thigh. Cam
paign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo, storming of Cambray, and capture of Paris.
Commanded the regiment at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1825-6, under Lord Combermere, and was slightly wounded in the arm. Medal for San Sebastian, having commanded the
regiment there.
48 Lieut-Colonel Taylor served in the Peninsula with the 9th, from Aug. 1808 to Feb. 1813,
and again from Oct. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Vinuera
(wounded), Busaco, and Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, action of Villa Muriel (wounded), and
repulse of the sortie from Bayoune.

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49 I.iV-nt.-Cnloru I Bell served with the 48th at the blockade of Malta and siege of La Valetta
Jso in the Peninsula from 1801) to the end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the
toaro, battle of Albuhera (wounded), action at Aldea de Ponte, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege
ud assault of Badajoz (severely wounded), battles of Salamanca, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes,
ad Toulouse. He has received a cross for the four last-named battles, having on those occasions
ommanded the regiment.
50 Lirut. -Colonel Robert Macdonald, late of 35th regiment, served at the siege of Fort Bearon and capture of Martinique, in 1808-9. Present with the 3d battalion of the Royala In the
treat from Burgos in 1812, and in the subsequent campaigns of 1813 and 14, including the action
t Osma, battle of Vittoria, assault on the convent of San Sebastian 17th July, assault on the
awn 25th July (severely wonnded) ; and on the 31st Aug., although suffering from the effects of
;U wound, was present and engaged at the successful assault on San Sebastian, where he comnanded two companies ordered to the breach in advance of the first brigade of the fifth division,
nd was at the surrender of the castle on the 8th Sept. Engaged at the passage of the Bidassoa,
lattle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 10th, 1 1th, and 12th Dec., and repulse of the
rtie from Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and
iVaterloo, where he was severely wonnded.
51 Lieut. -Colonel Brock served in the Peninsula with the 43d Light Infantry from Aug. to NOT.
iSOB, Jnneto Dec. 1811, and from NOT. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles
>f Vimiera and Vittoria, action at Vera, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and the
S'ive, actions at Arcangues and Tarbes, battle of Toulouse, and various skirmishes and affairs
>f out-poets. Also in the attack on New Orleans ; and afterwards at the capture of Paris. Served
n the Coorg campaign in India, where a portion of his regiment (the 48th) bore a conspicuous and
listingnished part. Severely wonnded at the battle of Vimiera by a musket-shot which passed
completely through the ankle-bone which it shattered most severely.
52 Lieut.- Colonel Reed served at the siege of Flushing, in 1809; and in the Peninsula from
June 181 1 to March 1814, including the actions at and heights above Moresco, battleof Salamanca,
capture of Madrid and the Retiro, action at Olmas, and battle of Vittoria, where he was severely
wounded in the right shoulder.
M Lieut.-* 'olonel Moore served with the 15th at the siege of Fort Bourbon and capture of Mar
tinique, in 1809 ; and capture of Gnadalonpe, in 1810.
54 Lieut. -Colonel Phillott served as Lieut, of the 35th in the Grenadier Battalion forming part
of the Reserve, in the expedition to the Helder in 1799. With the 35th at the blockade and cap
ture of Malta in 1800. Commanded a Company in the Light Battalion at the battle of Maida, in
1806. Served with the 35th during the Egyptian campaign of 1807, including the storming of the
Lines to the westward of Alexandria and subsequent capture of that city ; also with the second
expedition sent from Alexandria against Rosetta, and was present during the blockade and subse
quent retreat. Accompanied the expedition which sailed from Sicily for the Bay of Naples, and
was present at the capture of Ischia and Procida.
56 Lieut.-Colonel Taynlon served in Ireland during the rebellion in 1798. In 1801 he was at
the capture of the Danish Islands, and Island of St. Martin, in the West Indies. In 1803 at the
attack and capture of St. Lucia and storming of the fortress of Morne Fortunee ; also at the attack
and capture of Tobago. Served on the staff of General Maitland at the attack and capture of the
Dutch colony of Surinam. In 1807, he was at the second capture of the Danish West India
lilands ; in 1809, at the attack and capture of Martinique, including the siege of Fort Bourbon ;
also at the attack and capture of the Saintes Islands. From 1811 to 1813 he served in Sicily, and
was employed as acting Deputy-Adjutant-General, and some time at the head of the Department.
57 Lieut.-Colonel Elwin served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, with the -14th, including the
v-ticms of the 13th and 21st March, together with the detached service on which his battalion was
engaged after the Sand-hills were taken on the 13th, in driving back a strong picquet of the French
and two howitzer guns, which had kept up a destructive fire for some time on the right of the line.
He commanded a company in the Light Battalion under Sir James Kempt, on the expedition to
Viplei in 1806. In 1813 he landed in Sicily in command of five companies, and accompanied the
expedition to Italy under Lord Wm. Bentinck. Served afterwards in the Peninsula until the end
of that war in 1814, most part of the time in command of the left wing of the 44th ; during this
period he was twice wounded near Tudela, once severely and once slightly. Commanded the 44th
it the capture of Paris. Medal for services in Egypt.
58 Lieut.- Colonel L'arlyon served with the G6th in the Nepaul war under Sir David Ochterlony.
59 Lieut.-Colonel Patrick Campbell served with the 52d on the expedition to Ferrol and Cadiz,
in 1800; in Sicily in 1806 ; on the expedition to Gottenburg, in 1808 ; and scbsequently in the
Peninsula, France, and Flanders, during the whole of the war, including the retreat to Conrana,
action of the Coa, battle of Busaco, retreat.to the Lines of Torres Vedras, and all the actions in the
idvuee to Sabugal, where he was severely wounded and sent to England for recovery. Rejoined
the irmy in the advance to Madrid, and served in the subsequent retreat to Portugal, battle of
Vittoria, attack on the heights of Vera, twice wonnded at the head of the 52d. Commanded it
ltthe battles of the Pyrenees, the Nivelle (the 88th French regiment surrendered to the 52d
this occasion), the Nive (9th to 13th Dec.), and a wing at Orthes (wonnded), and was present
l lie battle of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1U15, including the battle of Waterloo.
Medil ud a clasp for the battles of the Nivelle and the Nive.

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61 Lieut. -Colonel Stone hag received a medal for the battle of the Nivelle.
62 Lieut.-Colonel Traffbrd served in the Peninsula, and was present at the battle!iof TalaM*
(wounded), Albuhera, Busaco, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and ToulooMU
64 Lieut.-Colonel Basden's services : Mahratta war of 1803, 4, and 5, including the taking
Berhampore, Asseerghur, Argaum, Lasslgaum, Chawdore, Jauluah, and Gawilleghur. Amerie
war in 1813 and 14, and was engaged at Long Woods (severely wounded in the thigh) ; Fort
Black Rock, Buffalo, and battle of the Falls (wounded). Served also throughout the Burmese
66 Lient. -Colonel Dates, during eight years' active service in the West I mliea, was frequc
engaged with the enemy, and twice severely wounded, viz. in the right side by a musket-ball
Cote de Per, and in the left ankle in an attack near Port au Prince. Served also five years in t
East Indies and in Egypt, and crossed the Desert under Sir David Baird. With the expedition
South America in 1807. Subsequently throughout the whole of the Peninsular war, including
battles of Talavera (severely wounded on the head by the bursting of a shell) , Busaco, and Fni
d'Onor ; 2d and 3d sieges of Badajoz, severely wounded at the storming of Fort (Picoi
battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, and Orthes,severely wounded through the right thigh. Medal
services in Egypt.
67 Lieut.-Colonel Fitzgerald served the campaign of 1815 on the staff of the Quarter-!
General, and was slightly wounded at Waterloo.
68 Lieut.-Colonel Pratt served with the 82d at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in 1807
in Portugal and Spain, in 1808-9, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, retreat to am
battle of Corunna. At Walcheren, in 1809, and was severely wounded at the investment of Fluk
ing. In 1813 he was appointed to the Quarter-Master-General's staff of the army on the eaeteni
coast of Spain, and served with a portion of that army in Italy and in the south of France until tbl'
close of the war in 1814.
69 Lieut.-Colonel Spottiswoode served with the "1st in the Peninsula under Sir John Moors;*
and afterwards under the Duke of Wellington ; be was with the storming party at Badajoz, aa*
was severely wounded in the spine.
71 Lieut.-Colonel Charles Campbell served in the Peninsula with the old 94th from Jan. 1810
to the end of that war in 1814, including the defence of Cadiz, pursuit of Massena, action* at
Redinha, Condeiza, and Sabugal ; battle of Fnentes d'Onor, second siege of Badajoz, action of
liodon, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storm of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, cap
ture of Madrid, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (26th, 27th, and 28th July), Nivelle, and Orthei;
affair of Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toulouse.
72 Lieut.-Colonel George Tovey served in Calabria with the 20th, and was present at the battk
of Maida. Served also in the Peninsula from July 1808 to Nov. 1809, and again from Oct. 1812
to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Vimiera, Talavera, Vittoria, and the Pyre
nees (25th July to 2d August) ; siege of San Sebastian, battles of the Nivelle, the Nive (9th to
13th Dec.), and Orthes.
74 Lieut.-Colonel Angelo served with the expedition to Egypt, in 1807 ; on the coast of Cslibria, in 1 808 ; with the expedition to Walcheren, in 1 809 ; with the army to Catalonia in 18 1 2 and
13, as an Assistant-Adjutant-General. Attached to the Austrian army, andactedas Aide-de-Camp
to Major-General Count Nugent in the campaign against the Viceroy of Italy ; present at the siege
and capture of Trieste, Cattaro, and Kagusa, and in various services in the Adriatic.
75 Lieut.-Colonel Sail served at the taking of Maldonado and Monte Video, in 1807. Also in
the Peninsula from 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the repulse of the
sortie from Bayonue.
76 Lieut.-Colonel Bunce served on board H.M.S. Bedford, at the battle of Camperdown, nnder
Lord Duncan, and capture of the Dutch Fleet, llth Oct. 1797. In 1799 landed from the fleet
under Lord Nelson at the siege and capitulation of St. Elmo at Naples, surrender of the castles of
Uovo and Nuovo, and the siege and fall of Capua. Landed from the fleet at the siege of Ma!".
in 1800. Served in Egypt, in 1801. In May, 1806, he commanded the seamen and marine!
landed from the squadron under Sir Sydney Smith, at the attack and capture of the island of
Capri , and was afterwards at the fall of Gaeta. Commanded the battalion of marines landed from
the fleet under Sir Robert Stopford during the attack and capture of Java, in 1811 ; attached to
the advance under General Gillespie at the storming of the intrenched lines and fortifications of
Cornells, and received his thanks in public orders ; also thanked in the field at the head of his
battalion, by Sir Samuel Auchmuty, the Commander-in-Chief of the Forces. He was afterward*
at the fall of Gresil and Sourabaya, two of the enemy's strongest sea-ports. Independent of the
above, he has been frequently engaged in boat actions. Medal for Java.
77 Lient.-Colonel M'Mahon, being then a Lieut, in the Clare Militia, served at New K
Vinegar-hill, and at the re-capture of Wexford, in Ireland, from the rebels, in 1798 ; and also
during the invasion of that country immediately afterwards by a French army. In ISOO he served
with the 27th in the attack on Ferrol, and in the demonstration that was made on Quiberon Bay,
Belleisle, and all along the coasts of France and Spain to Cadiz. Served in the Peninsula with tht
5th (Rifle) battalion of the 60th, from 1808 to 1813, including the advance on Oporto in 1809,
battle of Busaco, retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras, advance from thence, investment and
opening of the trenches before Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, covering the 3d siege and the capture
of Badajoz, storming the forts at Almaraz, capture of a strong column of the enemy at Arroyo de
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78 Ueut.-Colnnel Terry served the campaign of 1799 in Holland with the 25th, including the
lattle of Egmont-op-Zee. Expedition to Egypt and surrender of Alexandria, in 1801 ; capture
>f Madeira, in 1807; capture of Guadaloupe and St. Martin's, in 1810 ; recapture of Guadaloupe,
n 1815.
79 IJenr.-Col. Whelan served in the American war with the Royal Newfoundland Fencibles.
81 Lieut-Colonel Linton served the campaign of 1815, with the Cth Dragoons, and was present
it the battle of Waterloo.
82 Lient.-Colonel Grieve served at the siege of Tarragona.
S3 Lieut-Colonel Turner served with the llth, at the taking of Madeira, in 1807 ; the Peuinlular campaigns from July 1809 to Jan. 1814, including the battle of Busaco, retreat to the Lines
! Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massena, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action of El Bodon, second siege
>f Badajoz, siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, affair on the heights of San Christoval, capture
>f the forts and battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Retire, siege of Burgos, affair at
Dlmas, retreat from Burgos, defence of the bridge of Valladolid, investment of Pampeluna, battles
>f the Pyrenees on the 28th, 29th, and 30th July, and battle of the Nivelle, besides being engaged
n twenty-eight skirmishes and trifling actions. Dangerously wounded through the left shoulder
>y a musket-shot whilst pressing the rear-guard of the enemy in the evening after the battle of
:he Nivelle. Commanded and brought three companies of the 1 1th out of action in the Pyrenees
n the 29th July. Led the attack of the 6th division at the battle of the Nivelle, and brought the
l.ijht Companies of the Brigade out of action.
84 Lieut -( t.lonrl Coles served in South America with the 14th, in 1807, including the operaions previous to, and storming of Monte Video. Served afterwards in the Peninsula from Aug.
1808 to Nov. 181 1, and again from April 1813 to the end of that war in 1814 ; present with the
10th at the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Talavera ; with the 4th Dragoons at Busaco, Albuhera,
ind Usogre ; and with the 12th Light Dragoons at the passage of the Bidassoa, the Nive, and the
Uour.
85 LientColonel Eden served the campaign in Java in 1811 with the 22d Light Dragoons,
nclnding the actions of the 10th and 26th Aug. Aide-de-Camp to Sir Thomas Hislop at the
little of Maheidpore, and during the Mahratta war in 1817 and 18.
86 Lieut.- Colonel Story served in the Peninsula with the 3d Dragoon Guards from Aug. 1809
o the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Busaco, actions of Redinha, Campo Mayor,
ind Los Santos, siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, action of Usagre, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo
ind Badajoz, action near Salamanca on the 26th May 1813, battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampe1:1,1, and battle of Toulouse.
87 Lieut-Colonel Cross served in the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war, with the
exception of a short period in 1809, including the campaign and battle of Corunna, action at
Almeida on the Coa, 24th July, 1810 ; battle of Busaco, actions at Pombal, Redinha (wounded),
Miranda de Corvo, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 3d and 5th May,
1811 ; siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, actions of San Munoz and San Milan, battles of Vittoria, Lesaca
Bridge, Bidassoa, Vera, 7th Oct., Nivelle, Nive (9th, 10th, and llth Dec. 1813), Orthes, Tarbes,
=nj Toulouse. Received a severe contusion on the 18th June at Waterloo. Col. Cross served in
the Light Division as a volunteer, with the 1st battalion of the 52d Light Infantry when effective
in 2d battalion, from 31st Dec. 1812 to July, 1816.
88 Lieut.- Colonel Fraser erved the campaign of 1815 with the 42d, and was wounded at
atre Bras.
89 Lieut. -Colonel Shee served the early part of the campaign of 1809, in Portugal ; and the
latter end of 1809 and the years 1810 and 11, with the Sicilian army. Served also the Peninsular
ampaigns of 1812, 13, and 14, with the Portuguese army.
SO Lieut-Colonel Hartley served in the Peninsula with the 57th, from Aug. 1813 to the end of
Hut war in 1814, and was present at the battle of Nivelle. Served afterwards in Belgium.
91 Lieut.-Colonel James Campbell served with the 51st, at the capture of Kandy in Ceylon, in
1803; the campaign of 1808-9 in Spain, including the battle of Corunna. Also the campaigns of
1811, 12, 13, 14, and 15, under the Duke of Wellington, including the second siege of Badajoz,
battle* of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (on the 26th and 28th July), heights of Lesaca, Nivelle, and St.
Pe, Orthes, and Waterloo ; and storming of Cambray.
i3 Lieut.-Colonel Chester served in Holland in 1799, and was present in the action near
Betgea, 2d Oct. Served also the campaign of 1808-9 in Spain, including the actions at Benei -nte, Villa Franca, and Lugo, and retreat to Corunna.
94 Lieut.-Colonel Geddes served with the 27th in Calabria, in 1806 ; at the capture of the
tiluid of Procida, in 1809 ; in Sicily in 1810 ; and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the
battles of the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, at which last he received a severe wound
Khich broke the left thigh-bone near the hip-joint.
96 Lieut.-Colonel Gilmour served at the capture of Ischia, Zante, and Cephalonia, in 1809 ;
uJof Santa Maura, in 1810. Served afterwards on the eastern coast of Spain, and was present
it the battle of Castalla ; engaged with the enemy on several occasions covering the retreat ; and
employed in the batteries against Tarragona. After leaving Spain he went to Genoa, under Lord
tt"m. Btntinck.
97 Lieut-Colonel Leslie served with the 29th, on the secret expedition under Sir Brent Spencer'

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and Kuliseqticntlv in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to Dec. 1811, and again from Feb. 1813,indud
ing the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, capture of Oporto, battle of Talavera, first siege of Badajo;
and battle of Albuhera, besides skirmishes and affrays at out-posts. At the battle of Talavera t
was severely wounded in the right leg, where the ball still remains98 Lieat.-Colonel Wolrige was present at the attack on New Orleans, on the 8th Jan. 1815.
99 Lieut.-Colonel Beckwith served in the Peninsula with the 16th Light Dragoons, from Jl
1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of the Nivelle, and battles of the Nile <n
the 9th and lUth Dec. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the retreat on th
17th June and at the battle of Waterloo.
100 I ,i. 'in. -Colonel Robertson served with the 25th at the taking of Madeira in 1807 ; at li
capture of Guadeloupe, in 1810; and again in 1815.
101 I. u ut.-Colonel Robinson served with the 48th in the Peninsula from June 1809 to Octohe
1813, including the battles of Talavera and Busaco, Lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Mssen<
action at Campo Mayor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badajoz (shot throng
the left arm at the assault, 6th April, 1812) ; battle of Salamanca, retreat from Madrid, battle a
Vir Kiriu and the Pyrenees (severely wounded, left leg fractured), 28th July, 1813.
102 Lieut.-Colonel Maclean served with the 13th Light Dragoons in every action and affir ii
which it was engaged in the Peninsula, from Dec. 1810 until wounded and taken prisoner
Couches, 13th March 1814. Was present with his regiment during the Waterloo campaign
engaged in command of the rear-guard for the brigade on the 7th June, and throughout ti
action on the 18th. Accompanied the 13th Dragoons to India in Feb. 1819; was employed it
command of a cavalry brigade with the field force at the reduction of Kurnool, and served unin!
terruptedly with his regiment for twenty-two years, when he returned with it to England, and wti
placed on half-pay as 2d Lieut.-Colonel.
103 Lieut.-Colonel Gawler served in the Peninsula with the 52d from NOT. 1811 to the end a
that war in 1814, including the siege and assault of Badajoz, battles of Vittoria, Pass of Vent, tin
Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides various minor affairs. Served also the campaign
of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. Wounded below the right knee by a. musket
shot at the storming of Badajoz, and in the neck by a musket-shot at San Munos.
104 Lieut.-Colonel Kettlewell served at Copenhagen, in 1807 ; and in Ceylon during the rebellion in 1817 and 18.
106 Lieut-Colonel Marshall served at the battle of Copenhagen.
107 Lieut.-Colonel Firman served in the Peninsula with the 82d, in 1812 and 13, and wai pre
sent during the retreat from Madrid, at the battle of Vittoria, and at the pass of Maya, at wnid
last he was twice wounded.
108 Lieut.-Colonel Ball served in the Peninsula with the 34th, from June 1809 to Nov. 161S|
including the battles of Busaco and Albuhera, siege of Badajoz in May 1811, actions at Arroyo j:i
Molino and Almaraz, battle of Vittoria (wounded in the head), and actions at the pass of Mart
(severely wounded in the left leg).
109 Lieut.-Colonel Hughes served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, with the 24th. Engaged
with a French squadron in the Mosambique channel, 3d July, 1810. Served the Nepaul cam
paigns of 1814, 15, and 1C, and was wounded at Harriapore. Served also during the Mahr.,r
war of 1816, 17, and 18. Medal for services in Egypt.
110 Lieut.-Colonel Wm. Cox served with the 95th (Rifle Brigade) at Copenhagen, in 180'
and was present in some skirmishes near that city, and afterwards at the action of Kioge. SerteJ
afterwards in the Peninsula from June 1808 to Jan. 1809, from May 1809 to Sept. 1810, and from
Sept. 1812 to May 1814, including the skirmish at Obidos, battles of Roleia and Vimiera, retrul
to Corunna, battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive : passage of the Bidassoa, battle of Orthes, an I
affair of Tarbes. Severely wounded through the right leg by a musket-shot at Vittoria ; iii the
s'u In at Nivelle ; and again through the right leg at Tarbes. Commanded a division under Sir Ben,
min D'Urban on the frontier of the Cape of Good Hope during the whole of the operations agaiu'l
the Caffres in that war of aggression on their part, and was repeatedly thanked in general orders*
He subsequently served five years in Canada during both rebellions, when he held a largl
command in the Home and Niagara Frontier districts.
111 Lieut.-Colonel Turnor served in Hanover with the 14th, in 1805 and 6. The campaign ol
1808-9, including the battle of Corunna. On the expedition to Walcheren, and at theaiegeol
Flashing, in 1809. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo.
112 Lieut.-Colonel John Ross served with the 51st in the Peninsula under Sir John Moore
and was present in the action at Lugo, the retreat to and battle of Corunna. On the expedition U
Walcheren and siege of Flushing, in 1809. Peninsular campaigns from Jan. 1811 to the enii ol
that war in 1814, including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoz and storming of foil
San Christoval in 1811, covering the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, affair at Moresco
battle of Salamanca, capture of the Retire at Madrid, siege of Burgos and retreat from thence
action at San Munos, battle of Nivelle and carrying the heights of St. Pe, and battle of Orthes
Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo and taking of Cambra;
Wounded in action at Lesaca, 31st August, 1813.
113 Lieut.-Colonel Falls served with the 20th on the expedition to Naples with the English u
Ruuian Army iu 1805. He wag present at the battle of Maida in 1806 ; at the battle of Coninni

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on the expedition to Walcheren the game year ; subsequently in the Peninsula, at the
of the Pyrenees, at Ronceevallea, and Pampeluna, (severely wounded,) battles of the
Jiiwile. and Orthes. Served afterwards on the expedition, to Washington. In 1831 he was
wornded in the riots at Merthyr Tydvill, in South Wales.
114 Lieut-Colonel Austen served with the 25th at the landing at the Holder in Aug. 1799, and
w merely wounded at the battle of Egruont- op-Zee on the 2d Oct. following.
Served in Egypt
B 1S81, including the surrender of Alexandria. Also at the capture of Guadaloupe, in 1810 ; and
rno in 1815.
li Lieut.-Colonel Watson was 28 years in the 14th rcgt., the greater part of which time he
Krred in the West and East Indies, and retired from active service in consequence of total loss
of sight. He was at the capture of the Isle of France, in 1810 ; of Java, in 1811, including the
Bfestneot sad storming of Fort Cornells, and storming the heights of Seroudole ; previous to
rluck he was actively engaged on the coast when embarked in H.M.S. Minden, and at St.
YrhoUs Point commanded a detachment of the 14th and Royal Marines, and defeated a very
nperior French force of the enemy's best troops sent to attack that position. In 1812, he was at
toe storming of Djocjocarta. In 1813, at the subjugation of the Piratical State of Sambas in the
biimi of Brnneo, when he commanded the column which attacked the stockades leading up the
town, oa which occasion he was wounded.
116 Li*ut.-Colonel Nooth served with the 7th Fusiliers, on the expedition against Copenhagen,
is 1807. With the 2d battalion of the 14th, on the expedition under Sir David Baird, and was in
the retreat of Sir John Moore's army, and at the battle of Corunna. Accompanied the battalion
M ft'jlcheren, and was present at the siege of Flushing.
117 Lieut-Colonel Lacy served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, with the 56th, and was
present in the actions of the 19th Sept., 2d and 6th Oct.
118 Lieok-Colonel Robyns served at the capture of Martinique in 1809. In Aug. 1813 he
wit to North America, and was actively employed in the Chesapeak under Sir George Cockburn.
Commanded a battalion of Marines at the capture of Washington and action before Baltimore,
hre be was severely wounded. Served afterwards on the expedition against New Orleans.
119 Lieut-Colonel Briggs served with the 28th at the siege and capture of Copenhagen, in
1^)7; proceeded afterwards to Sweden under Sir John Moore, and subsequently to Portugal,
here he landed with his regiment immediately after the battle of Vimiera ; he was afterwards
present at the passage of the Douro, battles of Talavera, Busaco, Albuhera, the Nivelle, the Nive,
Orthes, and Toulouse; the siege of Badajoz, and Lord Hill's action before Bayonne, 13th Dec.
1813, besides all the minor affairs connected with the above-mentioned actions.
120 Lieut.-Colonel Mathewson joined the 75th Highland regt. in the East Indies in 1791 ;
erwd the campaign in Mysore in that year, and was present and engaged before Seringapatani in
W>. 1792. He again served before Seringapatam in 1799. In the year following he served in
Malabar and Canara. and was wounded when leading the Forlorn Hope at the assault of the
Fortress of Jamanlabad. In 1801 he was actively employed during the campaign in the district
cf Cotiote ; wai often engaged, and at the reduction of several posts. In 1802-3 he was on service
'" (joitrat, and was present at the siege and reduction of Kcria and of Brodera ; also in field
sd.ions, and in that of the 6th Feb. 1803, on the banks of the River Mehie, he received a severe
gro-thot wound in the left shoulder. He next served at the siege of Bhurtpore in 1805, and
received a dangerous wound in the right breast from a spear when crossing the ditch at the
"*ilt on the- 9th Jan. ; he was also wounded by an explosion of gunpowder on the breach, when
leading in assaulting party on the 21st February. In 1808 he was employed with his company of
8w Royal York Rangers on board the line of battle ships York and Pontpte at the blockade of
Mtrhmqae, and was actively employed at the reduction of that Island, having on landing a
drtaebed command ; and he drew up and signed on the spot the capitulation of Pigeon Island on
the 4th Feb. 1809. He was also actively engaged the same year at the capture of the Saintes. In
11*10 he served at the capture of Guadeloupe ; was engaged in the action of the 3d Feb., and
commanded that part of his regt. which on the following morning took possession of the Pont de
Noritrr, and captured the French force and guns at that post. As an Assistant Quarter-Masterfcneral, he accompanied, in the same month, the force sent to the capture of the Island of St.
Martin, and continued to be employed on the Staff until he was again engaged at tha capture of
Guoatonpe in 1815, where, as Major of his regt., he was the first individual who landed, being
in command of the advance on the 8th Aug., and on the following day he sustained a serious injury
bra in pursuit of the enemy down the hill of Palmiste and across the river Gallion.
121 Lieut.-Colonel Knight commanded the llth Portuguese regiment at the battle of Tittoria,
isd hts received the medal.
122 Lieut-Colonel Clanchy served in Hanover, under Lord Cathcart, in 1805 and 6 j with
Ae eipedition to Madeira, in 1807, and capture of the lines of Funchal. The Peninsular camPirii from Sept. 1808 to the end of that war in 181 1, including the battle of Busnco, retreat
to the Lines at Torres Vedras, and the subsequent advance and pursuit of the French army
<ln Mtnena ; actions of Pombal, Redinhn, Condeixa, and Sabugal ; first siege of Almeida and
Tt nkjeqoent blockade, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, retreat from Burgo, and scaling the heights of
tl Eebifar.

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125 Lieut.-Colonel Knox served with the 1st Battalion of the 31st in Epypt in 1807, and wu
severely wounded at Rosetta. He afterwards served with the second Battalion in the Peninsula,
from 1806 to the spring of 1814, and was present at the battles of Talavera, Albuben (severely
wounded), Busaco, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, and at St. Palais, where be was
severely wounded, being shot through the body, and lost his right arm.
126 Sir John Scott LUlie served in the 6th regt. with the first expedition to Portugal in 1808, and
was present at the battle of Vimiera, and capture of Lisbon. In 1809, as Captain in the Lusitanian
Legion, in various engagements for the defence of Portugal during the important interval between
the embarkation at Cornnna and the return of the second expedition to Lisbon. Campaign of
1810battle of Busaco, and retreat to the Lines at Tories Vedras. 1811 actions of Pombal and
Redinha, capture of Campo Mayor, sieges of Olivenca and Badajoz. 1812battle of Salamanca,
capture of Madrid, and retreat from Burgos. 1813actions at Aldea de Ponte, Oema, and Bridge
of Subijana de Morellas (wounded), battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampeluna, actions in tbt
Pyrenees on the 24th, 25lh, 26th, 28th, and 30th July, actions of Iran and St. Martial, capture of
San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle (wounded), and the Nive.. 1814
battles of Orthes and Toulouse, at which last he was severely wounded and left for forty-eight
hours on the field of battle, supposed to have been killed. Sir John has received a cross for the
battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Tonlouse.
1 27 Sir Edward Brackenbury served with the 61st in Sicily, in Calabria, at Scylla Castle, and at
Gibraltar, in 1807 and 8. In the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of that war in 1814, including
the battles of Talavera and Bnsaco, Lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of the French from Portugal,
battle of Fuentes d'Onor, storming and capture of Badajoz, horse shot in advancing to the attack ;
battle of Salamanca, took a piece of artillery from the enemy, guarded by four soldiers close to
their retiring column, without any near or immediate support ; retreat from Burgos, actions at
Villa Muriel and Osma (horse shot), battle of Vittoria, siege, two assaults and capture of San Se
bastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, actions in front of Bayoane
near the Mayor's house, on the 10th, llth, and 12th Dec. (slightly wounded and horse shot},
blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie.
128 Colonel Orlando Jones accompanied the 36th to Hanover, and served the campaign of
1805-6. Embarked for the Peninsula in 1808, and served throughout the whole of that and the
following campaigns without having been absent from his duty for a single day, and was present
at the battles of Koleia and Vimiera. Attached to the Portuguese service in April 1809, and serred
at the battle of Bnsaco, occupation of tho Lines at Lisbon, actions of Pombal, Redinha, Coudeixi,
Puente de Murcella, Casal Nova, Ceira, Guarda, Foz d'Arouce, Sabugal, and Fuentes d'Onor,
storming the forts at Salamanca (wounded), battle of Vittoria, actions of Tolosa and Villa Franca
(severely wounded), passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle, Bayonne (9th Dec.), St. Jean
de Luz (llth, 12th, and 13th Dec.), passage of the Adour, blockade of Bayonne, and repulse at
the sortie.
129 Lieut-Colonel Peacocke served with the 20th and afterwards with the 44th in Sicily.
Also at the capture of the Islands of Ischia and Procida in 1809. In 1810 he was appointed to
the Portuguese service, with which army he served throughout the Peninsular war, and was present
at the battle of Busaco, actions at Dots Pontos and Redinha, siege of Olivenca, battle of Albuheri,
action at Aldea de Ponte, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo and of Badajoz severely wounded
at the assault ; battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and the Nivelle.
130 Lieut.-Colonel De Lancey served with the 9th Light Dragoons at Walcheren, in 1809; and
in the Peninsula during parts of 1811, 12, and 13.
131 Lieut-Colonel Baynes served the campaign in Naples, in 1 805 ; the Peninsular campaign*
from Jan. 1809 to Jan. 1813, and was wounded in the head at the battle of Talavera. Served al*o
in Holland, the Netherlands, and France, from Dec. 1813 to Nov. 1818, including the bombard
ment of the French fleet at Antwerp, and battle of Waterloo, where he was slightly wounded in the
face and body. Medal for Talavera.
133 Lieut-Colonel Webber was employed on the expedition to, and at the capture of, the colony
of Surinam, in 1804. Campaign in the Peninsula, under Sir John Moore, in 1808-9 ; and subse
quently under the Duke of Wellington, from 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the
battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, St. Palais, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides affairs of out-poctg.
Campaign of 1814, in Canada, under Sir George Provost; and that of 1815 under the Duke of
Wellington, including the battle of Waterloo, where he was wounded. Wounded also during the
operations against the forts in the river Surinam, by the falling of a building in consequence of the
explosion of a magazine.
134 Lieut.-Colonel Wells:campaign of Portugal and Spain, in 1808 and 9, including action
of Roleia, and the battles of Vimiera and Corunna ; campaign in Holland in 1800, including the
siege of Flushing; blockade of Cadiz, from March, 1810, to the raising of the blockade in 1818,
excepting about six months' absence at Carthagena, and with the army in Estremadura, including
the action of Barrosa, and the last siege of Badajoz, in March and April, 1812 ; served part of the
campaign of 1813, until the army embarked at Bordeaux in 1814, including the passage of the
Bidassoa, blockade of Bayonne, and the taking of a work at Laredo. Campaign of 1815, in Bel
gium and France.
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to the Peninsula, where he served until Nov. 1812, and was present In the Lines at
Tones Vedras, pursuit of Massena, action of Redinha, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoz
in 1811 (severely wounded), siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo. Served also the campaign of
HIS, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at which latter he was severely wounded.
137 Lieut. -Colonel Crowe served in the Peninsula with the 32d, from July 1811 to the end of
that wtr in 1814, including the support of the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, and covering the siege of
Badajor, action at Usa^re, siege and storming the forte and battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos,
room before Bayonne, and battle of Orthes. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely
wounded at Quatre Bras.
138 Uent.-Colonel Bazalgette sailed with the expedition from India to Egypt, under Sir David
fiaird, in 1801. Returned to India and served two campaigns in the Dooab and Ceded Districts,
under General Campbell. Served also on the expedition to the Penobscot, in the United States of
North America.
140 Lieat-Colonel Spedding served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, and was present at
tt tattles of Talavera, Busaco, Albuhera, and Salamanca ; actions of Campo Mayor, Los Santos,
uid Uaagre, besides other affai i 1-tl Lieut-Colonel M'Gregor served in the Peninsula in 1812, and was present during the
operations of the covering Army at the siege of Badajoz ; also at the capture of Madrid, and at the
battle of Salamanca.
148 Li> nt. -Colonel Fitzgerald commanded a brigade, as Brigadier-General of the Anglo-Spanish
Lfsrion, at the relief of Bilboa, in 1835, and at Mudigan Agna on the 16th, 17th, and 18th Jan.
lsJ6; battle of San Sebastian 5th May, passage of the Urania, taking of Passages 28th May,
action of the Ametzagana 6th June, general action on the heights of Ametza 1st Oct. : operations
on the 10th, 12th, 15th, and 16th March 1837, action of the 14th May, investment and storming
of (run, and surrender of Fnenterabia. For these services he has received two medals and several
den.
143 Lieut-Colonel Kirby served with the 54th at the attack on Ferrol, in Oct. 1800. The
Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 8th and 13th March (wounded), and 15th
October ; also the surrender of Cairo and Alexandria. Present with the regt during the mutiny
at Gibraltar, on the night of the 24th Oct. 1802, when the 54th fired on the mutineers. Served at
'W captare of the city of Santo Domingo, in June 1809. Also on the expedition to the Baltic,
under Major-General Gibbs, in 1813, and subsequently in that to Holland, under Lord Lynedoch,
including the action at Merxem and bombardment of Antwerp. Commanded the four Light Coml*nies of the 4th Brigade of Sir Charles Colville's division at and during the battle of Waterloo,
taking of Cambray, and capture of Paris. Quelled the tumults at Manchester in 1817, under Sir
John Byng,
" at s't. Peter's Field, when 80,000 persons were assembled. Medal for services in
144 Lient.-Colonel Cole served in Italy and Sicily in 1805 and 6. On the 18th March 1807,
*hen on passage to England, he was taken prisoner by a French ship-of-war, after an action of
to hours' duration. In 1808 he accompanied the 81st on the expedition to Corunna, and was in
tin- whole of that service as also at the battle of Corunna. In 1809 he sailed with the expedition to
Wileheren and was at the siege of Flushing. Subsequently he joined the army in Spain, and was
prtwnt with the 81st at the battle of Castella, siege of Tarragona, retreat from Villa Franca, and
investment of Barcelona. On the termination of the war in the Peninsula he accompanied his regt.
to America; with which he afterwards returned in 1 815 and joined the army in France, and marched
<th it to Paris, and served with the Army of Occupation. He has been twice wounded.
145 Lieut-Colonel Crowe served in Ireland in 1798. In 1800 he accompanied the 36th on the
opfdinon to Belleule; in 1803 he served in Ireland during the insurrection ; in 1805 he accom
panied the expedition to Hanover ; and in 1806 that to South America, receiving whilst skirmish
ing a contusion from a rifle-ball in the action of the 4th July 1807, and another on the following
day tt tbe storming of Buenos Ayresalso present the same evening at the taking of guns under
General Burne. Sent to Spain in 1810 to command Guerillasappointed by Louis Philippe then
Hq*t of Spun. Volunteered to command French Deserters in the attack on Malaga, and wag
"waded in the head the day after landing. Headed Guerillas, co-operating with and command'"* *t advance of Lt-General Don Jose Aimeric's force, at the storming and capture of the city
f ^j de la Frontera. Present at the battle of Barrosa, and saved the life of Count Rufin,
General of Division. Embarked for Portugal and joined the grand army. Served in the 6th
DiTinon covering the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, and at the action of El Bodon; with the covering
nay at the siege of Badajoz under Lord Lynedoch ; and he was also present at the siege and cap<iof the Forts at Salamanca. Employed in a confidential staff situation by the Duke of Wel
lington nntil the peace.
U7 Lieut-Colonel Bateman sailed with the 5th on the expedition for Hanover in 1805 ; was
^recked off the Texel, and made prisoner of war. Having been exchanged in March 1806,
^ iW in June following with the expedition under Major-General Craufurd, which landed in
Swi* America, and he was present at the attack of Buenos Ayres. Served also in the Peninsula
in '910, II, and 13, and was severely wounded at the battle of Vittoria. Accompanied the regi"*M to America in 1814, and was present at Plattsburg.
l Unit-Colonel Dudgeon served with the 58th in Egypt, in 1801 ; in Italy in 1806 and 6;

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in the Peninsula from 1809 to 1813, Including the Line* at Torre* Vedraa, covering the -itBtr'
Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and siege of Burgos, at which last he
wounded, the second time most severely.
149 Lieut.-Colonel Quill served with the 15th, at the capture of the French West India
in 1815, under Sir James Leith.
150 Ueut.-C'olonel Davies served in South America, with the 47th, in 1806 ; and iu
in the Peninsula, including the sieges of Cadiz, Tarragona, and Tarifa. Commanded three <
panics of the 47th at the breach of Tarifa, on the :!!-: Dec. 1811, when the French attempted B
storm the town, but were driven back with great loss, together with the lose of all their axtilU-ry,
151 Uc. ut. -Colonel Mitchell served with the 3d battalion of the Royals at Walcheren, in lk<9.
and was present at the siege of Flushing. Subsequently in the Peninsula, from 1810 to 1312.
including the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, action of Sabuga), aud those of Masses* >
retreat. Accompanied the expedition to Germany, under General Gibbs, iu 1813. Served *>
Deputy-Assistant-Quarter-Master-General in the campaign of 1814, in Holland; and in the sams
situation on the Staff of the army in Flanders, and afterwards at the head-quarters of the Army of
Occupation.
15-2 Lieut-Colonel .Inmcs Thompson served in the Peninsula with the 6th, and was severely
wounded at the battle of Orthes.
153 Lieut.-Colonel Norcliffe served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, and was present *t
the battles of Talavera, Busaco, and All ml u-ra ; cavalry action of Ueagre, and battle of Salamanca,
in which last he was severely wounded aud taken prisoner.
164 Lieut-Colonel Johnson served with the 17th Light Dragoons in South America, in 1806
and 7, at the siege and storming of Monte Video, aud in the expedition to Buenos Ay res, during
which service the regt. was armed with muskets and acted as infantry.
155 Lieut-Colonel Darby served in Hanover, in 1805; at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807;
and the Corunna campaign, in 1808-9.
156 Lieut-Colonel King served in a mortar-boat in the Faro of Messina for two months, in 1810.
Advanced into the United States with Sir George Prevost's army, and commanded a battery Bgr'**
Plattsburg.
157 Lieut-Colonel Macdonald accompanied the expedition to Hanover in 1805 ; joined the army
in Sicily in 1806, and was employed with it in its various operations until 1810 ; in the latter year
he went with the expedition to Naples, and was present at the capture of Ischia and Procjds ;
returned to Sicily and employed against the French army in 181 1 ; in 1812 was employed iu Spain,
including the battle of Castalla, and siege of Tarragona; embarked for Canada in 1814, and was
present at the operations before, Plattsburg. Received three wounds at Waterloo, viz. in the leg,
in the neck, and through the body, wounding the lungs.
158 Lieut.-Colonel Mudge served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to June 1810.
169 Lieut-Colonel Shorburne Williams served at the capture of Guadeloupe, in 1815.
160 Lieut-Colonel John Cox served, with the exception of a few -mouths, throughout the whole
of the Peninsular war with the 95th (Rifle Brigade), commencing with the first affair, when his
company formed part of the detachment which dislodged the French from the post of Obidoa, 15th
Aug. 1808. He was also engaged with the enemy in the following battles, sieges, affairs, Sx., viz.
Roleia, Vimiera, surrender of Lisbon, Bridge of Benevente, in front of Talavera, Barba del Puerca,
Galligos, Barquillo, Almeida, Mora Morta, Sula, Busaco, Alenquier, Aruda, Santarem, Pombal,
Redinha, Condcixa, Caza Nova, Foz d'Arouce, Freixadas, Sabugal, Almeida (10th to 14th April
1811), Marialva Bridge, Fuentes d'Onqr, Naves d'Avar, Forcaylos, Ciudad Rodrigo (siege and
storming), San Milan, Vittoria, Echarriauos, Pampeluna, heights of Santa Barbara, Pass of
Echallar, Vera, Pass of Vera, Nivelle, Nive, and Tarbes. Served also the campaign of 1815,
including the affairs of out-posts on the 17th June, the battle of Waterloo, and capture of Paris.
Wounded in the right shoulder by a musket-ball at Vimiera ; compound fracture of the left arm by
a musket-shot at the storming of Ciudad Rodrigo ; left leg badly fractured by a musket-shot at
Tarbes.
161 Lieut-Colonel Wm. Ross served in India with the 17th, under Lord Lake, in 1805 and 6.
Present at the siege and storming of Fort Comona, in Bengal, 18th Nov. 1807, on which occasion
two-thirds of the office were either killed or wounded. Siege and reduction of Fort Gunnowrie.
Campaign of 1809 against the Seiks. Served the campaign of 1815 with the 14th, and was pre
sent at the battle of Waterloo, storming of Cambray, and capture of Paris.
162 Lieut.-Colonel Murton served in the North Sea, and the Helder expedition in 1799 ; served
in the Egyptian expedition and the East Indies in 1801 ; the West Indies (slightly wounded) hi
1804 ; coast of France, and engaged with the enemy's flotilla and batteries, in 1805 ; the Mediter
ranean in 1806, engaged in cutting out the enemy's vessels from under batteries, and was voted a
sword from the Patriotic Fund ; in 1809, coast of Spain, and aiding the Guerillas ; served in Hol
land in 1813. Medal for services in Egypt.
163 Lieut-Colonel Booth's services :Siege of Callinger (wounded at the assault). Nepaul
war in 1814, including the sieges of Koluuga, Nairn, and Jetuck. Maliratta war in 1817-18,
including the sieges of Singhur, Lattarak, Pournnder, and Wursetta. Burmese war iu 1 8*4-5,
wounded at the storming of Martaban.
164 Lieut-Colonel Greaves served with the 7th Fusiliers in America, in the campaign of 1814,
and was also present in the attack on New Orleans, on the 8th Jan. 1815.

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. -iJcnt-Oolomel O'Hara served in Spain and Portugal from 1808 to 1811, including the
of Vimiera and retreat to Corunna, battle of Talavera, action of the Coa, battle of Busaco,
of Sabngal, affairs of Redinha, Miranda de Corvo, and Foz d'Arouce ; battle of Fuentes
r, and siege of Badajoz.
i!66 Lieut-Colonel Charlton served in the Peninsula with the 61st from June 1800 to Feb.
, AO, and again from March 1813 to July 1814, including the battles of Talavera, the Pyrenees on
,if* 28th, 20th, and 30th July, the Nive, Orthes, Tarbes, and Toulouse. Wounded on the 28th
[MJS lf in the Pyrenees, again at the Nive when hi command of the Light Infantry Companies of the
j^i tit Brigade of the 6th division ; twice severely wounded at Toulouse, the second wound received
Sua ^en commanding the 61st Medal for Toulouse.
,,-j,. 167 Lieut-Colonel Alex. M. Fraser was employed in the expedition against Sambas, in the
|h' of Borneo.
168 Lieut .-Colonel Walker served at Copenhagen.
160 Lieut.-Colonel Ratcliffe served in the Peninsula with the 3d Dragoons, from June 1811 to
! end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees (28th July to
Aug. ), and Toulouse.
170 Lieut-Colonel Hall served at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810 ; on the expedition
i Java, in 1811, including the actions at Batavia and Wcltevreiden, storming the intrenched lines
Fort Cornells, storming the heights of Serandole, and capture of the fort of Samarang. Present
at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore, in 1825-6.
172 Lieut-Colonel Cartwright served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 with the 61st, including
e battles of the Pyrenees, Nivclle, Nive, Ortlies, and Toulouse. Served the campaign of 1815
th the 10th Hussars, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
173 Lieut-Colonel Garland served in the Peninsula from 1809 to 1813, including the defence of
ifa ami Cadiz, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, pursuit of Massena, battle of Salamanca, sieges of
"BJOZ and Burgos, and action at Villa Muriel ; the above service as Adjutant of the 30th.
1 also the campaign of 1815 with the 73d, including the battle of Quatre Bras, retreat on the
>wing day, and battle of Waterloo, at which last he was severely wounded, being at that time
nor officer of the 73dt Lord Harris commanding the brigade.
... 174 Lieut.-Colonel Robert Fraser served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1806;
.afterwards in the Peninsula, including the battle of Busaeo, actions of Redinha and Sabugal, battle
jjf Foentts d'Onor, siege of Badajoz hi May and June 1811, action of El Bodon, siege and capture
of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badajoz (severely contused), battle of Salamanca, and
capture of Madrid.
175 Lieut-Colonel 8annderson served at Malta and in Sicily. In the Light Battalion nnder Sir
Junes Kempt on the expedition to Naples, in 1806. Accompanied the 2d battalion of the 30th
to the Peninsula in 1809, and was present at the battle of Busaeo, in the retreat to the Lines at
Torres Vedras, and the advance from thence ; recapture of Campo Mayor, investment and openiag of the trenches before Badajoz, battle of Alhjihera (slightly wounded), capture of a strong
". division of the French army under General Gerard at Arroyo de Molino, where he was severely
woiindod by a rnusket-sliot, which fractured his ukull, and was sent to England for recovery.
Rejoined the army in the Peninsula, and acted as Deputy Judge Advocate. After the battle of
. Tonlome embarked with a division of the army for Canada, where he was appointed to the Quarter. Ua*ter-Genenl'g Department, and was present at the affair of Plattsburg.
176 Lieut-Colonel Hervey Smith served with the 40th to South America in 1807 ; wounded in
the head before Monte Video, and received three wounds, and was taken prisoner at the storming
of Buau Ayre*. Commanded the Light Company in the Peninsula in the campaigns of 1808 and
y, and was present at the battles of Koleju and Vimiera, at which latter he was severely wounded
in the thigh.
177 Lieut-Colonel Gore served the campaign of 1815 with the 30th, and was slightly wounded
at Waterloo.
179 Lieut-Colonel Pringle Taylor proceeded in 1811 to join the 22d Dragoons in the East
Indie*, where he served until their return to Europe and disbandment, 25th October, 1820. He
wn in the field in 1815 and 16, and during the whole of the Mahratta war in 1817, 18, and
1'J ; the published official records show that his conduct was conspicuous in the Brigade Cavalry
action* of Bncktowlie and of Nagnore (1817), and of Ashta (28th Feb. 1818), when he incurred as
Brigade-Major the responsibility of ordering measures which terminated in the entire defeat of the
Pefehwa, the death of the gallant Gokla, and the rescue of the Rajah of Satarrah, the most influen
tial event* in terminating the war. At the siege of Capaul-droog, he commanded a battery at the
Mono (13th May 1810), he blew open the first gate with a galloper gun of the 22d Dragoons, and
hsading the Forlorn Hope, he stormed in succession the five distinct 'circles of fortifications, every
officer BIM! man of his party being either killed or wounded ; he received at the summit of that
strong hill fort, at the moment of success in its capture, a shot through bis lungs and body. The
GoTtnunr-General of India specially recommended him to favourable consideration for his service*
in India. In 1823 and 24 he was employed in the Cape Cavalry against the Caffres. In 1841 he
wm* relieved from a bullet which had been in his body since 1819.
181 Lieat.-Colonel Winchester's services:Expedition to Copenhagen in 1807, and that to
Watcbms ia 1808. In the Peninsula, from October 1810 to the end of the war, including Lines

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at Torres Vedras, action of Arroyo de Molino, taking of Almaraz, defence of Alba de Tomes,
battle of Vittoria, affairs of Puerto de Maya, 4th and 8th July, 1813, battles of the Pyrenees, SSO,
80th, and 81st July, 1813, affair of Roncesvalles, battle of the Nivelle, affair of Cambo, battle *
the Nive, on the 9th and 13th Dec. 1813, affair of Hellettc, action at Garris, affair of Ariverette,
battle of Orthes, actions at Aire and Tarbes. Present at Quatrc Bras and Waterloo. Colouei
Winchester was slightly wounded in the Pyrenees, 25th July, severely at the Nive, 13th Dec. ISIS,
slightly at Quatre Bras, and severely at Waterloo.
183 Lieut.-Col. Maunsell served with the 3d Dragoon Gds. in the Peninsula from April, 1809,
to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Talavera, the winter campaign of 1810 in
the Lines of Lisbon, actions of Campo Mayor and Los Santos, battles of Busaco and Albuhera,
action of Usagre, sieges of Ciadad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battles of Vittoria and Toulouse. Com
manded a squadron at the brilliant cavalry affair of Usagre, where three French regiments wen
defeated by the 3d Dragoon Guards.
185 Lieut.-Colonel Estcourt served in the expedition to the river Euphrates, from Jan. 1835 to
June 1837 ; and, as a mark of approbation of his conduct and exertions, he was promoted to the
brevet rank of Lieu_t.-Colonel.
186 Lieut-Colonel the Honourable C. A. Wrottesley served with the 16th Lancers at the siege
of Bhurtpore, in 1825-6.
188 Lieut.-Colonel Tronson served in the West Indies from 1808 to 1812, including the capture
of Martinique and siege of Fort Bourbon in 1809, and capture of Guadaloupe In 1810. The
campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, in Canada, including the operations against Plattsburg. Through
out the Burmese war, and was present at Kokein, 15th Dec. 1820, Pagoda Point, Napadie, Hehadie, Mi -IK ii 1,1. where the command of the 13th devolved upon him, and on the 9th Feb. 1826, at Uw
storming of Pagamuc, where he WB9 wounded in the right leg, but continued to lead the left wing
until most severely wounded in the left leg, where the ball still remains. Served the campaign in
Affghanistan under Lord Keane, and commanded the 13th at the assault and capture of the For
tress and Citadel of Ghuznee, for which he obtained the brevet rank of Lieut.-Colonel. Com
manded the regt. throughout the campaign in Kohistan, and at the sieges of Tootumdarrah, Jhooighur (led and commanded the storming party), night attack at Baboo Koosh Ghur, Kardurrali, and
Perwandurrah, when Dost Mahomed surrendered, and the force returned to Cabnl.
189 Lieut.-Colonel Macbean's services : Siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; expedition to Swedai
and subsequently to the Peninsula under Sir John Moore ; expedition to Walcheren, and siege of
Flushing ; campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo.
190 Lieut.-Colonel Warren joined the 65th in India in 1808, and was present at the capture of
Ras-el-Khima, Scheenas, and Luft, in the Persian Gulfseverely wounded at Luft. He was after
wards present at the siege and capture of Noa Nuggur ; at the attack and capture of the
Mauritius ; and of Dheengi and Anjar. Served the Mahratta campaigns of 1816, 17, and 18, and
was Major of Brigade to Colonel Milnes in the attack on the Peishwa's Camp and Army at Poona,
and during the subsequent pursuit of His Highness. Major of Brigade at the attack and escalade
of Bhooj-Bhooj. In 1819 and 20 he served on the expedition to the Persian Gulf under Sir
William Kier Grant, and was again present at the capture of Ras-el-Khima, and also of the Hill
Fort of Zyah.
191 Lieut.-Colonel Moor served in the Peninsula from June 1809 to June 1813, including the
battles of Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Salamanca ; sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, action
at Castrajon, and twelve other affairs with the enemy.
198 Lieut.-Colonel Marley served at the battle of"Trafalgar.
194 Lieut.-Colonel Dunn served the campaign of 1805, in Italy ; battle of Maida and capture
of Scylla Castle, in 1806 ; expedition to Egypt, in 1807, including the attack on Alexandria and
Rosetta, and battle of El Hamet (taken prisoner). Defence of Scylla Castle, in 1808 ; Peninsular
campaigns of 1810 and 11, including the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, operations between the Aguad>
and Almeida, battles of the Coa, Bnsaco, and Albuhera ; actions at Usagre and Aldea de Ponte,
at which last he was severely wounded in the groin by a musket-ball, which remains unextracted.
Served also in the American war hi 1814, including the taking of Moose Island, and occupation of
Castiue.
195 Lieut.-Colonel Pratt served on the China expedition, and commanded the land forces at the
assault and capture of the Forts of Chuenpee on the 7th Jan. 1841, and again at the assault and
capture of the Bogue Forts on the 26th Feb. following. Commanded the 26th at the attacks on
Canton from 24th May to 1st June ; also at the night attack on Jfingpo, at Segoan, Chapoo,
Woosung, Shanghai, and at Chin Kiang Foo.
196 Lieut.-Colonel Felix served the campaign of 1815, and was slightly wounded at Quatre
Bras.
197 Lieut.-Colonel Harty served with the 33d at the capture of Bourbon and the Isle of
France in 1810; the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Germany and Holland, including both the
attacks on Mcrxem, and the assault on Bergen-op-Zoom. Also the campaign of 1815, including
the battle of Quatre Bras, the retreat on the following day, and battle of Waterloo,slightly
wounded.
198 Lient.-Colonel Bayly served the campaign in Italy, in 1 805 ; battle of Maida and siege of
Scylla, in 1806; expedition to Egypt in 1807, including tho capture of Alexandria and Boaetta.

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Capture of Ischia in 1809; attack on an armed ship and gun-boats in the Bay of Scylla, in 1810 :
with the Artillery on the eastern coast of Spain, In 1813, and present at the investment of one of
the sieges of Tarragona.
199 Lieut-Colonel Sinclair's services :Expedition to Zealand in 1807 ; expedition to Portugal
and battle of Corunna ; expedition to the Scheldt in 1809 ; Peninsular campaigns from Feb. 1811,
to Aug. 1814, including the assault on Bailajoz in 1813, affair of Villa Muriel, battles of Salamanca,
"Vittoria, and the Pyrenees; passage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive, and sortie from Bayonne,
besides various minor affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo.
200 Lieut-Colonel C. C. Michell embarked for the Peninsula, in 1810 ; commanded a company
of Portuguese artillery at the siege and capture of Badajoz, and commanded a nine-pounder bat
tery of field artillery at the battles of Victoria and Toulouse, for which he has received a medal and
one clasp.
201 Lieut. -Colonel Wildman served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the 7th
Hassan, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
202 Lieut-Colonel Forster served with the Scots Fusilier Guards before Bayonne, in 1814.
203 Lieut-Colonel Beetham served in the Egyptian expedition of 1807 . also at the taking of
Santa Maura.
- ' .* Lieut-Colonel Qoldsmid served in the Peninsula with the 12th Light Dragoons, from 1812
to the end of that war in 1814, including the cavalry affairs at Castrajon, Quintara de Puerta, and
JUonasterio ; battles of Salamanca and Vittoria, and siege of San Sebastian. Served also the cam
paign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
206 Lieat.-Colonel Macarthur was present as an Ensign in the 60th at the battle of Corunna.
He afterwards served with the 39th in Sicily, and again in Spain, where he was engaged with the
enemy at Vittoria, in the Pyrenees, at the Nivelle and the Nive, at Bayonne, Orthes, and Toulouse,
and where he also served on the personal staff of the late I.!. -den. Sir Robert O'Callaghan. He
accompanied his regiment from Bourdeaux to Canada, and afterwards served with it in the Army
of Occupation in France.
207 Lieut-Colonel Macdowall served the campaign of 1814 in Holland with the 52d, including
the actions at Merxem and bombardment of Antwerp.
208 Lieut-Colonel Hely served with the 57th in the Peninsula ; and having joined Lord Hill's
division in 1809, he was afterwards present at the battle of Busaco, in the actions of Pombal and
Kcdinha, the first siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuherawhere he was twice wounded, and held the
command of the regt. after that action ; battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and that before
Bayonne on the 13th Dec. 1813; affairs of Perache, Aire, and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse.
Sailed for Canada at the conclusion of this war ; returned after the peace with America, landing
at Ostend ; marched to Paris, and served with the Army of Occupation until the breaking up of
that force.
209 Lient-Colonel Bowers was slightly wounded at Waterloo.
210 Lieut.-Colonel George Browne served with the 23d in Portugal and Spain, in 1808-9, in
cluding the retreat to, and battle of Corunna. On the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809; the
Peninsular campaigns of 1810, 11, 12, and 13, including the siege of Olivenfa, first investment of
Badajoz, battle of Albuhera, affairs of Fuente Guinaldo and Aldea de Ponte, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and assault of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Madrid, affair at Osma, and
battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees. Very severely wounded at the assault of Badajoz, slightly at
Salamanca, and very severely at the Pass of Roncesvalles in the Pyrenees.
311 Sir Thomas Livingston Mitchell served with the 95th (Rifle Brigade), at the sieges of
Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz ; and on the Quarter- Master-General's staff until the termination of
the Peninsular war, when he was sent back to Spain and Portugal on a special mission to make
surveys of the fields of battle and positions of the armies.
212 Lieut.-Colonel Harding served in the Peninsula with the 5th, from Aug. 1812, to the end
of that war in 1814, including the retreat from Burgos and Madrid, battle of Vittoria, blockade of
Pampeluna, battles of the Pyrenees from the 26th to the 29th July, the Nivelle and the Nive (from
9th to 13th Dec.) ; passage of the Gave d'Oleron, battle of Orthes, actions of Vic Bigorre and
Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse.
214 Lieut-Colonel Bnniey served at the capture of Ischia and Procida, in 1809 ; siege of Cadiz,
in 1810; action of the Coa and Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, retreat from Burgos. Served
the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the action at Merxem, bombardment of Antwerp, and
storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. Engaged in the Burmese war at the attack of Padowa Pass and the
fortified position of Mulmtee ; storming the stockades and hills near, and taking the town and worka
of Aracau. Wounded on the 16th June, 1815, at Quatre Bras, by a musket shot in the left shin,
and dangerously by a ball which entered the back part of the head.
215 Lient-Colonel Rochforl was at the capture of the Isle of France, hi 1810; and of Java in
1811, including capture of Cornells, storming of Serandola and Fort Djocjocarta. Storming of
redoubts at the island of Borneo ; Nepaul campaign in 1814 ; siege and storm of Hatrass ; Mahtu campaigns of 1817 and 18 ; siege and storm of Bhurtpore 1825 and 6.
216 Lieut.-Colonel Leslie served with the 54th at the attack and capture of St. Domingo in
1809 ; in Stralsund under General Gibbs in 1813 ; the subsequent campaign in Holland under Lord
Lynedoch, including the attack on Merxem, and bombardment of Antwerp. Campaign of 1815

89 d

War Services of the Lieutenant-Colonels.

under the Duke of Wellington ; commanded and led the storming party at Cambray on On? 54tk
June. Served at the Cape of Qood Hope in 1819. Also in the Burmese war; commanded
led the left column at the Pass on the 26th March 1825 ; and, on the following day, eommodet
and led the 54th at the attack and capture of Manatee, as also at the aasanlt and capture of Armas
on the 1st April, and at the attack and capture of Ramroe in May 182.3.
217 Lieut.-Colonel Rotton served in the Peninsula from April 1812 to June 1813, including Oe
battle of Salamanca. Present at Waterloo on the 16th, 17th, and 18th June. Served also at tie
ciege and capture of Bhurtpore.
218 Lieut.-Colonel Gray accompanied the expedition which sailed under Sir David Baird, m
1805, and was present at the taking of the Cape of Good Hope, Jan. 1806. Accompanied tit*
division Bent from the Cape to co-operate with the expedition from India for the reduction of ft*
Isle of France, having resigned the situation of Major of Brigade to the Royal Artillery at ft*
Cape, to accompany the division as a volunteer. Wrecked in the King George transport 1st Jfor.
1805, (on which occasion Brigadier-General York was drowned,) and saved several liTes by hu
personal exertions, having been the last taken from the rocks by the boats of the Ledn frigate.
219 Lieut-Colonel Fogo served in America during the whole war, including the battle o'.
Plattsburg.
220 Lieut-Colonel the Honourable William Arbuthnott served in the Peninsula, and was present
at tlic passage of the Douro, and the battles of Oporto, Talavera, and Bnsaco.
221 Lieut.-Colonel Henry Blachley served in the Peninsula and France from Feb. 181 2 to Au?.
1814, including the siege and capture of Badajoz, affair of Castrajon, battle of Salamanca, capture
of Madrid and the Retire, siege of Burgos and retreat from thence, affair at Osma, battle of Vittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian (both operations), passage of the Bidassoa and the Nivefc.
actions of the 9th, 10th, 1 1th, and 12th Dec. 1813, in front of Bayonne, passage of the Adour, in
vestment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, on which occasion he was wounded in the head by
a musket-ball.
222 Lieut.-Colonel Stopford Blair served on the expedition to South America in 18O7. The
campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo (received a contusion},
and capture of Paris.
223 Lieut-Colonel Belson served in the Peninsula and south of France from July 18O9 to the
end of the war in 1814, including the retreat from Talavera, action in front of Almeida, action of
the Coa, battle of Bnsaco, actions at Porabal, Redinha, Cazal Nova, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugal ;
battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action on the heights of the Agueda, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, actions at Castrajon, San Munos, San Milan, and Osma ; battle of Vittoria, action with the
French, 28th June, 1813, in the morning before they entered Pampeluna, in which he captured
their last gun from Vittoria ; actions in the Pyrenees, passage of the Nivelle, Nive, and Give
d'Oleron ; and battle of Orthes, besides various minor affairs and skirmishes.
224 Lieut-Colonel Hall served in the Peninsula from 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, in
cluding the retreat from Burgos, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and the Hive,
investment of Bayonne, actions of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. Served the
campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo (wounded), and with the Army of Occupation.
Also in Canada as Assistant-Quarter-Master-Gcneral during the disturbances of 1838; and as
Military Secretary to the Governor-General in 1839 and 1840.
225 Lieut.-Colonel Head served with the 93d during the expedition to the Southern States of
America, and the campaign against New Orleans. Acted as Assistant-Quarter-Master-General to
the Force assembled before Kolapore in the Southern Mahratta country in 1827. Employed in
Canada on a particular service in the late insurrection.
226 Lieut.-Colonel M'Niven served the campaigns of 1813 and 14, including the investment of
Bayonne in 1813, battle of Orthes, action at Aire, and battle of Toulouse, where he was severely
wounded near the groin by a musket-ball, while carrying the regimental colour of the 4Sd
Highlanders. In 1840 he was appointed on a particular service, as Assistant-Adjutant-General iu
Syria.
228 Lieut.-Colonel Molesworth served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807.
229 Lieut-Colonel Anderson served in the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of the war, includ
ing the battles of Oporto, Talavera, and Busaco ; first siege of Badajoz, battles of Albuhera and
Salamanca, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battles of Vittoria, Pampeluna, and
Toulouse, besides other minor affairs.
830 Lieut-Colonel Westmorc served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Germany and Holland,
including both attacks on Merxem, and the assault on Bergen-op-Zoom ; served at Waterloo on
the 10th, 17th, and 18th June, and was severely wounded.
231 Lieut-Colonel Chads served with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809.
232 Lieut.-Colonel Pattison served with the 13th at the capture of Martinique in 1809, and of
Guadeloupe in 1810; in Canada during the American war in 1813 and 14 ; in the Burmese war
in 1824, 25, and 20, including the capture of Rangoon, storming the stockades at Kumaroot,
Kokien (severely wounded), Napadee, Melloon, and Pagahm Mew ; and he was also present at the
repulse of the enemy before the Lines of Rangoon on the 1st Dec. 1824. Served also throughout
the operations in Afghanistan and Beloochistan, and was present at the storm and capture of
Qhuzuee, operation , in Kohistan, including the capture of Tootumdurrah and Joolghur ; and he

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was afterwards at Jellalabad during its famous defence by Sir Robert Sale. He hai received
medals for Gnznee and for Jellalabad.
333 Lieut .-Colonel Donald Campbell served at Walcheren, in 1 809.
234 Ldeut.-Colonel John Gordon was at the capture of the Danish Islands, St. Thomas and
Santa Cruz in 1807 ; capture of Martinique, siege of Fort Bourbon, and capture of Les Saintes in
1809; capture of Guadaloupe in 1810.
235 Lieut. -Colonel Farquharson served at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810. Capture
of the fort of Now Nuggar in Kallywar, Feb. 1814. On the borders of Scindia's country in 1814
and 15. Capture of forte of Joorin, August 1815, Anjar and Khuncoote, Feb., Dhingee and
Dwarka, March, 1816. Action and capture of Poona, 17th March, 1817. At Ashtee, 21st Feb.
1818, the Mahratta General Gokla killed, and Satteria Reya captured. Storm of Kntch Booje
Fort, March, 1819. Capture of the forts of Hass-el-Kyma and Zama, 8th and 22d Dec. 1819.
Served also in Arabia, hi 1821, and was present in the action of Beni-Boo-Ali, 2d March.
238 Lieut-Colonel Pasley served at the siege of Hattras in 1817, and siege of Aiseerghur hi
1819.
237 Lieut. -Colonel Hunt's sen-ices :Expedition to Hanover in 1805, and to Madeira in 1808.
Campaign and battle of Corunua. Peninsula, from Feb. 1812 to the end of the war, and subse
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1 Major Browne served (n the llth Dragoons on the expedition to the Uelder, in 1798, mxtd
was present in the actions of the 10th and 19th Sept. and 2d and Oth October.
2 Major Wolfe served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 , and has received the medal.
3 Major Langlanda served in the Peninsula with the 74th, and has received a medal and a clasp
for the assaults and captures of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz; slightly wounded at the former, and
leverely at the latter.
4 Major de Brem served the campaigns in Germany from 1792 to 1800 ; in Egypt, in 1801 ; ID
Naples, in 1805; in Calabria, in 1806; in Egypt, in 1807 ; at the taking of Isc'hia, in 1809 : at
the siege of Santa Maura, in 1810; at the defeat of the French in Sicily, in the same year; in the
campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, 14 in the Peninsula and South of France. Severely wounded in Ger
many on the 30th Sept. 1790 ; and again at the battle of the Pyrenees, on the 30th July, 1813.
6 Major Hamerton accompanied the 7th Fusiliers to the Peninsula in Feb. 1809, and ww
present at the capture of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Busaco, lines of Torres Vedras, siege of
Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, battles of Salamanca (severely wounded), Yittoria, Roncesvalles,
the heights of Pampeluna, and the Pyrenees, where he was again severely wounded. Served also
the campaign of 1815, and was present at the capture of Paris.
6 Major Christopher Wilkinson served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, under the Duke of
York. Accompanied the expedition to the north of Germany, in 1805, under Lord Cathcart.
7 Major Sandham served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of the 27th
Aug., 10th and 19th Sept., and 2d Oct. Expedition to Copenhagen, in 1807; to Sweden, and
afterwards to Portugal and Spain, under Sir John Moore in 1808-9; subsequently to Walcheren,
in 1809; the campaign in Holland, in 1814; and in Flanders and France, in 1815, including the
battle of Waterloo.
8 Mujor Gore served with the 89th in the American war, including the actions at Chrystler's
Farm and Niagara. Served also throughout the Burmese war, and commanded the 89th fire
times in action during the war.
9 Major J. W. Henderson served with the 8th West India Regt. at the capture of the Danish
West India Islands, in 1801 ; and was afterwards present at the suppression of the mutiny of tht
regt. at Prince Rupert's, in Dominica. Served with the 3d West India Regt. at the storming and
capture of Morne Fortunec, in St. Lucia, and at the capture of Tobago. Joined the 50th after the
storming of Almaraz, and served in the Peninsula ami France until the peace of 1814. Severely
wounded in the head at the capture of Aire, on the 2d March, 1814.
10 Major Luard served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, from April 1809 to the end of the
war; as Lieut, in the 4th Dragoons at the battle of Talavera, in the retreat to the lines of Lisbon,
occupation of them, actions of Pomhal, Redinha, Condeixa, Campo Mayor, and Los Santos;
battle of Albuhera, actions of Usagre, Fuente Guinaldo, and Aldea de Ponte ; sieges of Ciudad
Rodrigo, Badajoz, and Buncos, and battle of Vittoria : after which he served as Captain hi the
18th Hussars, at the battle of the Pyrenees in front of Pampeluna, battles of the Nivelle, the Nive,
Orthes, Toulouse, and Waterloo, and witli the army of occupation in France until Aug. 1819.
11 Major Huttnn served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, from Aug. 1811 to May 1813.
12 Major Greatly served in South America, under General Whitelock, in 1807; in Portugal
and Spain, in 1808-9, including the cavalry action at Benevente, and battle of Corunna. Served
also at the attack and capture of Guadeloupe, in 1810.
13 Major Mill was slightly wounded at Waterloo.
14 Major Edward Jones served as Adjutant of the 77th at Walcheren, in 1809 ; and in the Pe
ninsula from July 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, including the action of El Bodon, also the
sieges and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz. Severely wounded at the storming of Ciudad
Rodrigo.
15 Major Adair served with the 27th in Sicily in 1810 and 11 ; in the Peninsula and France
from 1812 to the close of that war in 1814, including the taking of Alcoy, covering the retreat
from Biar, battle of Castalla, siege and subsequent blockade of Tarragona, and action at Villa
Franca. Subsequently in Flanders and France, including the occupation of Paris in 1816.
10 Major Thomas Seward served at the battle of Copenhagen, in 1801; and at Navarin, in
1827.
18 Sir Trevor M'heler served in the Peninsula with the 10th Light Dragoons from June 1810 to
the end of that war in 1814, including the pursuit of Mnssena from the lines, actions of Pombal,
Redinha, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, actions of Llereua and Castrejon,
battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, battles of Vittoria, the Nivclle, and the Nive 9th to 12th
Dec. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo.
19 Major II. A. Fraser served with the 42d in Portugal and Spain, in 1808-9, under Sir John
Moore, including the battle of Corunna, on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809; the Peninsular
campaigns from Aug. 1810 to Dec. 1812, nnd again from Feb. to July 1814, including the battles
of Busuco and Fucntes d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos,
(severely wounded through the body by a musket-shot), and battle of Toulouse, where he was
again severely wounded, a musket-ball having entered the right thigh. Served also the campaign
of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, at which latter he was slightly
wounded.
20 Major Tho^
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21 Major Barralier served at the capture of Martinique, in 1809, as Acting Assistant Engineer ;
Aide-de-camp to Sir G. Beckwith at the first capture of Guadeloupe, In 1810; and Acting Assist.Qnarier-Master-Genera'. at its second capture, In 1815.
22 Major James Henderson served with the 92d at the siege of Copenhagen and action at
Kioto, in 1807 ; with the expedition to Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal and Spain, under Sir
John Moore, in 1808-0, including the action at Lugo, and battle of Corunna. On the expedition
to Walcheren, in 1809. Served the campaigns of 1814 and 15 in France and Flanders with the
71st, including the affair of Tarbes, and battles of Toulouse and Waterloo, at which last he was
severely wounded in the thigh by a grape-shop.
23 Major Wm. Smith served at the capture of Martinique, In 1809, as Adjutant of the 63d.
24 Major Workman served with the 3d West India Regiment at the capture of Martinique and
the Salutes, in 1809; and of Guudaloupe in 1610, and again in 181ft.
25 Major Hore served in Egypt, in 1801, and has received the medal.
20 Major Lawrence served in Egypt, in 1801, and has received the medal.
27 Major Swinburn served with the 43d at the siege of Copenhagen, in 1807 ; the campaign
of 1808 in Portugal,wounded in the head on the retreat to Vigo. Subsequent campaigns in the
Peninsula until 1812, including the action of the Coa, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action of Sabugal,
battle of Busaco, retreat to and occupation of the Lines of Torres Vedras, Hubsequent advance in
pursuit of Massena, and actions of Pombal and Redinha,wounded in the hip. Joined the army
at Toulouse in April 1814. Present at New Orleans in Jan. 1816. Subsequently joined the Duke
of Wellington's army at Brussels, was present at the capture of Paris, and remained with the
Army of Occupation until the end of 1818.
28 Major Robert Kelly served in the Peninsula with the 5th battalion of the 60th, and was
severely wounded in action with the enemy, 19th March, 1814.
29 Major R- 8. Wilkinson served on board H. M. 8. Dromede, in Lord Duncan's fleet off Camperdown, blockading the Dutch fleet in the Texel, in 1798 ; after which proceeded to India and
fell in with a large body of Malay pirates off Batavia, whii-h were completely destroyed. On board
the Leander at the capture of the Ville de Milan French frigate, and recapture of the Cleopatra,
off Bermuda. Served also in the expedition on the north coast of Spain, under Sir James Malcolm
and Captain Parke. Major Wilkinson has served in every quarter of the globe, and was taken
prisoner by the Americana near Norfolk in Virginia while carrying despatches. Medal for services
in Egypt.
30 Major Thomas Kelly served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, and has received the medal.
31 Major Tongue served at the siege of Asseerghur in 1819.
32 Major James Johnston nerved at the taking of Madeira in 1807; capture of Guadaloupe
sml dependencies, St. Martins, and St. Eustatins in 1810 ; also one campaign against the
Burmese.
33 Major Lowen served at the battle of Maida, and subsequently in Italy and the Medi
terranean nntil the end of the war, including the capture of Ischia and Procida ; reduction of I inIonian Islands, besides a variety of other desultory services.
34 Major Macgregor served in Calabria in 1806, and was present at the battle of Maida and
taking of Catrone. In 1807 he served in Egypt, and was present at the attack on the Forts and
Heights of Alexandria, siege of Rosetta, and actions at El Hamet, where he was taken prisoner
and kept in close confinement for five months in Cairo. Served also in the campaign of 1814 and
15 in Holland and the Netherlands, including both the actions at Merxem, and the bombardment
of Antwerp.
35 Major Hunt served at Hanover, in 1805 and 1806; at Copenhagen, in 1807; and in the
Peninsula from Sept. 1810 to May 1812, including the niege of Ciudad Rodrigo.
36 Major Shadwell Clerke served the Peninsular campaigns of 1808, 9, 10, and first part of
1811, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, retreat to Corunna, actions at Lugo and before
Corunna, battle of Cornnna (contused on the forehead by a musket-ball), operations on the Coa
during the siege and battle of Almeida, battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras,
affair near Lcria, and actions of Pombal and Redinha, at which last he was severely wounded in
the right leg, which was afterxvards amputated.
87 Major Kitson served throughout the Kandian war of 1817, 18, and 19.
38 Major C. A. Bayley served in the Peninsula, in 1808, 9, 10, 11, and part of 1812, and was
present at the affair of Alberche, and battle of Talavera, as Adjutant of the 31st. Appointed
Deputr-Assistant-AdjuUnt-Gcnerul, in Jan. 1810, and attached to the -M division under Lord
Hill, in which capacity he served during the retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, and subsequent
advance and pursuit of Massena; also at the first siege of Badajoz, the affairs of Campo Mayor
and Olirenca, and other minor affairs during the operations in Kstrainadura, under Martha!
Bererford. lie was likewise present at the battle of Albuhera, and at the action of Arroyo de
Molmo, for which he received promotion.
39 Major O'Heilly served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoon Guards.
40 Major Noel served in St. Domingo, in 1790, 97, and 98, under Generals Boyer and Sir
Brent Spencer, and was wounded in the right thigh, when the French attacked the Cordon of
Potts. Served also at the capture of St. Lucia, Tobago, and the colonies of Dcmerara, Essequibo,
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41 Major Sherer served iii the Peninsula with the 34th from July 1809 to Dec. 1811, and from
August 1812 to July 1813, including the battles of Busaco, Albuhera, Arroyo de Molino, Vittaria.
and Maya in the Pyrenees.
42 Major Mating served at Copenhagen, in 1807 ; and in the Peninsula, in 1808.
43 Major Samuel Thorpe served with the 23d in the Peninsula under Sir John MOOR
including the action at Lugo and battle of Corunna. Capture of Walcheren, in 1809. Subse
quently in the Peninsula, including the siege of Olivenca, siege of Badajoz in 1811, battle of
Albuhera (twice wounded). Served with the 39th at the battle of Toulouse, when he was again
severely wounded. Also, in the American war, at Plattsburg; and subsequently at the capture of
Paris.
44 Major Begbie served in the Peninsula with the 82d from Aug. 1808 to Nov. 1809, including
the capture of Oporto and battle of Talavera.
45 Major Macpherson served in Hanover, in 1805 and 6; at Buenos Ayres, in 1807 ; in
Portugal and Spain, from July 1808 to Jan. 1800, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera ;
action at Lugo, and battle of Corunna. With the expedition to Walcheren, and siege of Flushing,
where he was wounded ; the Peninsular campaigns from May to Dec. 1812, including the buttle
of Salamanca, where he was severely wounded.
46 Major Hartman served in the expedition to Hanover in 1805-6 ; at the siege of Copenhagen,
in 1807; in Sweden, Portugal, and Spain in 1808-9, including the advance and retreat of the
army, and the battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, 1809; subsequent campaigns in the
Peninsula and France, including the defence of Tarifa and affair of Casas Viejas, battle of Barrosa,
actions of Aroyo del Molino and Almaraz, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (i.'itli, 30th, and '(!-'
July), Pass of Maya, Nivelle, Nive, Bayonne, and Orthes; affair at St. Palais, and battle of
Toulouse.
47 Major Pinckney served with the 36th on the expedition to South America, including the
taking of Maldonado, and siege of Monte Video ; in the Peninsula from June 1808 to May 18O9,
including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera. On the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809 ; received
the flag of truce at the out-post at the attack and capture of Ter Vere ; present also at Middkburgh and Flushing.
48 Major Burrowes served with the 12th at the capture of the Isle of France, in 1810 ; com
manded two boats, when he boarded and took possession of two French Privateers off the Isle de
la Passe. Commanded a battalion of details with a force under Colonel the Honourable Leicester
Stanhope in Kattywar, and was in advance at the storm and capture of the strong hill fortress of
Meetialla.
49 Major Mackay served with the 08th on the expedition to Walcheren, and at the capture of
Flushing, in 1809. Also in the Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of that war in 1814,
including the battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, and battles of Vittoria (wounded in the
head), the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, and Orthes.
50 Major Gloster served in the Peninsula with the 61st from Oct. 1809 to the end of that war
in 1814, including the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of the forts at Salamanca,
battles of Salamanca, the Pyrenees (-28th July to 2d Aug.), the Nivelle, the Nive (9th to 13th
Dec.), Orthes, and Toulouse. Woundeu in the left arm at the battle of Salamanca, and through
the right breast at Toulouse, the ball passing through the right lobe of the lungs and out at the
back.
51 Major Aubin served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1811 to the end of the war, including the
battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, 25th, 28th, 30th, and 31st July; Nivelle, Nive, 9th, llth, and
13th Dec. 1813, besides many other minor actions and skirmishes. Severely wounded through
the left side, in action at Couchez, 18th March, 1814. Served subsequently in the American war.
52 Major Harriott served in the Royal Staff Corps at the defence of Cadiz, battle of Barmsa,
passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, actions near Bidart, affair of Tarbe*,
battle of Toulouse, capture of Paris, and with the army of occupation in France.
53 Major Ross served the campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, 14, and 15 with the 92d, including the
actions of Arroyo de Molino, taking of Almaraz, defence of Alba de Tormes, battle of Vittoria,
affair at the pass of Maya, battles of the Pyrenees, wounded in the left leg by a musket-ball ;
battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, taking the Heights of La Costa, battle of Orthes, action at
Aire, battles ofToulouse, Quatre Bras wounded in the loft foot by a musket-ball; and battle of
Waterloo,wounded in the right arm by a musket- ball.
54 Major Thornhill served as Adjutant of the 25th at the capture of the islands of Guadaloupe,
St. Eustatia, and St. Martin, in 1810.
65 Major Bullock served the campaign of 1815 with the llth Dragoons, and was present at the
battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris.
56 Major Fitz Maurice served in the Peninsula with the Rifle Brigade from April 1811 to the
end of that war in 1814, including the action of Subugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges and
assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, action at .San Milan, battle of Vittoria, actions at the
Bridge of Yanzi and Vera, battles of the Nivelle nnd the Nive (9th, 10th, and llth Dec.), action
of Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of
Quatre Bras. Leg broken at the storming of Badajoz, and severely wounded in the thigh by a
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57 Major Brown served the campaign of 1814 in Holland with the - I - 1 , and was present at the
etorming of Borgen-op-Zoom.
58 Major William Seward served with the 9th in the Peninsula, from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809,
and was present at the battle of Vimiera ; on the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809; and subse
quently in the Peninsula, including the defence of Tarifa, battles of Barrosa (wounded), Vittoria,
and the Nire, and blockade of Bayonne.
59 Major Blood served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, as a
volunteer with the 59th, and afterwards as an Ensign in the 68th, including the battle of Nivelle
(wounded in the right leg), and actions of the 9th, 10th, and llth Dec. 1813, near Bidart.
60 Major Allen served with the 10th at Walcheren, in 1809 ; subsequently in Sicily under Sir
J. Stewart ; at Naples under Lord Wm. Bentinck; on the eastern coast of Spain under Sir Wm.
Clinton. Present also at the taking of the island of Pouza.
61 Major Westlake served with the 26th on the expedition to the north of Spain, under Sir
David Baird, in 1808, and subsequently in the retreat to Corunna, under Sir John Moore. On
the expedition to Walcheren and siege of Flushing, in 1809; and in the Peninsula from June 1811
to Aug. 1812. Slighlly wounded at the siege of Flushing.
02 Major Young served with the 91st in the Peninsula, from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809, including
the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Calcaveilus, and Cornnna. On the expedition to Walcheren, in
180B; the Peninsular campaigns from Oct. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the
battles of the Nivelle, the Nive (10th, llth, and 12th Dec.), Orthes, Tarbes, and Toulouse.
63 Major During served in the Peninsula during the Corunna campaign, and subsequently from
the latter part of 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Corunna, Vittoria,
Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse.
64 Major Edwards served with the 13th Dragoons through the Peninsular war.
65 Major Alexander Forbes served in the Peninsula with the 79th, from Aug. 1811 to July
1812, and again from Sept. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the covering of the
siege of Badajoz, in March and April 1812, and battles of the Nivelle and the Nive. Served also
the campaign of 1815, including the actions of the 16th, 17th, and 18th June, at Quatre Bras and
Waterloo, at which last he was wounded in the right leg by a musket-shot.
66 Major Stack served in the Peninsula with the 24th from June 1809 to Feb. 1813, and again
from 2d Dec. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Talavera (wounded) and
Bosaco, actions at Espinal and Foz d'Arouce, repulse of a sortie at Ciudad Kodrigo, battle of
Salamanca, capture of the Retire at Madrid, taking of the hills and outworks before Burgos, siege
of Burgos and storming of the breaches (severely contused ), various skirminhes with the rear-guard
and covering party at the bridge over the Carrion on the retreat, and battle of Ortlies, where he
waa severely wounded by a ball which shattered tlie left elbow-joint, and occasioned amputation of
the arm. Served eight years in Canada, and received a severe contusion on the head in 1829,
when on duty.
67 Major the Honourable Wm. Noel Hill served in the Burmese war, in 1825 and 26, and was
present in the actions of Prome and Tandwayn.
68 Major Grant served with the 71st at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, and was
engaged on the 6th and 8th Jan. 1806. Proceeded with the expedition from thence to Buenos
Ayres, and was present in the engagements of the 26th and 27th June, and 1st, llth, and 12th
Ana. 18O6. Campaign in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to Jan. 1809, including the actions at
Roleia, Vimiera, Lugo, and Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, and engaged with the enemy on
the 30th and 31st July 1809. Peninsular campaigns from Sept. 1810 to the end of that war in
1814, including the battles and affairs of Vittorin (wounded), the Pyrenees (4th, 6th, 25th
wounded,30th, and 31st July), Cambo, Nive, Bayonne (wounded), Orthes, Aire, Tarbes, and
Toolonae. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. Wounded at
Vittoria, Maya, and near Bayonne. In all, thirty-three times engaged, and three times wounded.
69 Major Rotnney served in the East Indies with the 17th, from Dec. 1806 to May 1823, and
WM present at the siege and capture of Gounourie, in 1807; and the Mahratta campaign of 1817,
including the affair at Jubblepore.
70 Major Charles Stewart served in the Peninsula with the 71st, from Sept. 1810 to June 1813,
including the action at Sobral, battle of Fuentes d'Onor (slightly wounded), and actions at Arroya
de Molino and Almaraz. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of
Waterloo.
71 Major Irwin served in the Peninsula from April 1809 to Feb. 1814, including the capture
of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Barlajoz, siege and storm of Ciudad
Rodrigo, siege of Badajoz and capture of the castle by escalade (7th April 1812), battle of
Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Retiro, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees, besides various
affairs and skirmishes on the advance and retreat of the army. Served also the Kandyan campakrn* of 1817 and 18 in Ceylon.
74 Major Cowell served with the Royals at the battle and storming of Nangpore, in the East
Indies, in 1818.
73 Major Flamank served in the Peninsula with the 51st, from Jan. 1811 to the end of that
war in 1814, including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, second siege of Badujoz, covering the sieges
of Clodad Rodrigo and third siege of Badajoz, affair in front of Moresco, battle of Salamanca,

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retreat from Burgos, battle* of Vittoria and the Pyrenees (3<lth and 31st July), passage of the
Bidassoa, battles of Nivelle and St. Pe, and battle of Orthes. Served also the campaign of 1815,
including the battle of Waterloo and capture of Cambray.
74 Major Donaldson served in the Peninsula with the 57th, from June 1809 to the end of that
war in 1814, Including the siege of Badajoz in April 1811, battles of Albuhera, Vittoria, anJ the
Pyrenees.
75 Major Clements served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1806; subsequently on
the expedition to South America; the campaign of 1808-9 in Spain, and extra aide-de-cainp to
Sir John Moore at the battle of Corunna. On the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809; the Penin
sular campaigns from 1810 to 1814, including Cavares and Merida, Salamanca, Begar, Vittoria,
Valley of Bastan, and the Pyrenees.
76 Major Doyle served with the expedition to South America, including the siege of and sortie
from Monte Video, and storm by the enemy of Colonia. Served also in the south of France, from
Dec. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the blockade of Buyouue and repulse of the
sortie, where he received a contusion on the left arm.
77 Major Baiubrigge served with the 20th in the Peninsula, in 1808 and 9, and again in 1812
and 13, and was present at the battles of Vimiera, Corunna, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees, where he
was twice wounded and lost an arm. Served also on the Walcheren expedition.
78 Major Meade served in the Peninsula from Sept. 1810 to Oct. 1811, including the battle of
Fuentes d'Onor, and other minor affairs. On the staff of General Count Walmoden, in 1813, at
the actions of Hasdorf in Mecklenburg, and Goerde in Hanover. Assisted also at the defence of
Rostock by the Swedes, where his horse was killed, and his left arm disabled. Served the cam
paign in Holland, in 1814, including the attack on Merxem, bombardment of Antwerp, and attack
on Bcrgen-op-Zoom.
79 Major Harrison served in the American war.
80 Major Murphy served in the Peninsula from Dec. 1 808 until the end of the war, including
actions at Albeigana and Grijo, passage of the Douro, capture of Coimbra, siege and capture of
San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, action at Bidart (wounded) ; battles of Nivelle, Nive, Oth,
10th (wounded), llth, 12th, and 13th Dec.; blockade of Bayonne, action at St. Ellemo, and
battle of Toulouse. Medal for Toulouse.
81 Major Willats served in the Peninsula from 1812 to the end of the war, including the siege
and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badajoz from 19th Jan. to 6th April 1812 ;
operations near, and blockade of Bayonne.
82 Major Wallett's services: Battles of Roleia and Vimiera; siege and capture of Flushing,
1809; in the Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of the war, including the siege of Ciudad
Rodrigo, battles in the Pyrenees on the 28th and 30th July, investment of Pampeluna, battles of
Orthes and Nive. Severely wounded in the thigh at Quatre Bras.
83 Major B"lton served the campaign in Spain, under Sir John Moore, with the 14th, and was
present at the battle of Corunna. Also with the expedition to Walcheren, and at the siege of
Flushing, in 1809.
84 Major Baylie served at the capture of the Isle of France, in 1810 ; and of Java, in 1811,
Including the actions of the 10th and 22d Aug., storming of the intrenched lines and forte of
Cornelia, storming fortified heights of Serandole, storm and capture of Fort Onarang. Served in
the campaigns of 1814 and 15, against the Nepaul States; also at the siege and capture of
Hattras, and in the Mahratta campaign of 1817 and 18."
85 Major Thomas Reid served with the 33d at the capture of Bourbon and the Isle of France,
in 1810; the campaign of 1813 and 14 in Germany and Holland, including both attacks on
Merxern and storming of Bergen-op-Zonm. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of
Quatre Bras, retreat of the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo, where he was severely wounded.
86 Major Cox served at Travancorc in 1809, and in Ava hi 1825.
87 Major Charters served with the expedition to Hanover, under Lord Cathcart, in 1805 ; the
Walcheren expedition, in 1809; and campaign in Holland, under Lord Lynedoch, in 1814.
88 Major Mason served with the expedition to the coast of America, in 1813, and was engaged
In several small actions. Present also at the capture of Moose Island, in the Bay of Fundy,
in 1814.
89 Major Handcock accompanied the expedition to Hanover, in 1805 ; joined the army in
Sicily, in 1800, and was employed with its various operations from 1808 to 1810; went with the
expedition to Naples, and was present at the capture of Ischia and Procida ; returned to Sicily and
employed agaiast the French army, in 181 1. Served in Spain during 1812 and 13, including the
battle of Castalla, siege of Tarragona, and affair of Villa Franca. Also the campaign of 1816, and
was severely wounded at Waterloo.
90 Major Sutherland served with the 72d at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, in 1806 ;
and accompanied the force from thence to co-operate at the capture of the Isle of France, in 1810.
91 Major Wright served at the capture of Madeira, in 1808 ; and the campaign in the Peninsula,
under Sir John Moore, in 1808-9.
92 Major Patterson served with Sir Brent Spencer's expedition in 1807-8. Landed with tlir
50th in Portugal in 1808, and was present in the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, during the whole
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Sclx-Idt in 1809, and was present at the siege and bombardment of Flushing. He returned to the
Peninsula in 1810, and served with the 50th in Lord Hill's division throughout the whole of the
succeeding campaigns in that country, including the action of Arroyo de Molino, the storming of
Fort Napoleon at Ahnaraz, wounded in the knee by a musket-ball; attack on Bcjar, defence of
Alba de Tonnes, battle of Vittoria, and action at the pass of Maya in the Pyrenees, where he was
severely wounded in the shoulder, the ball still remaining lodged.
93 Major Stewart served with the 25th at the reduction of Martinique, St. Martin's, and St.
Eustatias, in 1809; and of Guadeloupe, in 1810, and again in 1815.
94 Major Crawfurd served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1812 to July 1814, including operations
of the covering army during tlie siege of Badajoz, in 1812, as a volunteer 7'Jth regt. ; battle of
Salamanca, capture of Madrid, battles of the Pyrenees, NiveUe, Nivc, and Orthes (severe gun-shot
wound).
95 Major Henry Reid served nt Cadiz from March 1813 to the end of the war. Served also In
the American war, including the affair at Hampden.
96 Major Long served with the 71st in the Peninsula, from Sept. 1813 to the end of that war in
1814, including the action at Cambo, battles of the Nive, before Bayonne (wounded), Orthes, Aire,
Tarbes, and Toulouse. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo.
97 Major Barou served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814.
98 Major Colebrook served on the expedition to Walcheren, in 1809.
99 Major George Simmons served in the Peninsula with the 95th (Rifle Brigade) from May
1809, to the end of that war in 1814. On picquet at Barba-del-Puerco when the enemy attacked
at midnight and were repulsed; present iu the action of the Light Division at the bridge of
Almeida, in the lines of Torres Veilras, actions of Pombal, Redinha, Ciisal, Nova, Foz d'Arouee,
and Sabugal; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges and assaults of Cindad Rodrigo and Budajoz,
battle of Salamanca, advance and capture of Madrid, affair of San Munos on the retreat from it,
action at San Milan, battles of Vittoria and Echalar, passage of the Bidacsoa and heights of Vera,
battles of the Xivelle and Orthes, and affair of Tarbes, besides various affairs of out-posts. Served
also the campaign of 1815, including the actions of the Kith, 17th, and 18th June at Quatrc Bras,
and Waterloo. Severely wounded through the thigh, at Almeida, by a musket-shot which in
jured the bone; bruised in the leg by another ball ; right knee-pan fractured by a musket- ball at
Tarbes ; received a gun-shot wound in the right side at Waterloo, the ball in its course broke two
ribs, passed through (he liver, and was afterwards cut out of his breast.
100 Major Bonamy served in the Peninsula with the 6th from Sept. 1813 to June 1814, in
cluding battles of Nivelle, Nive, 9th, 10th and llth Dec. and Orthes.
101 Major Marshall served with the 91st on the expedition to Portugal in 1808, including the
battles of Roleia and Viiniera, advance into Spain and retreat through Gallicia under Sir John
Moore, action at Lugo, and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Waleheren, in 1809. Subsequently
in the Peninsula, including the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, (20th, 27th, 28th, and 30th
July,) the Nivelle, and the Nive, on the 9th, 10th, llth, and 13th Dec. 1813, investment of
Bayoune, and battle of Orthes. Slightly wounded at Pampeluna, 28th July, 1813, and severely
at Orthes.
102 Major Manners served in the Peninsula with the 69th from Aug. 1812, to May, 1814,
including the battle of Vittoria, siege and storming of San Sebastian in Aug. 1813, battle of the
Tiive on the 9th, 10th, and llth December, 1813. Wounded at the storming of Bhurtpore on
the 18th January, 1826.
103 Major Tomiinson served with the llth Light Dragoons at the siege and capture of Bhurt
pore under Lord Combermere, in 1855-0.
104 Major Raynes served at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; with the expedition to Sweden,
and subsequently to the Peninsula under Sir John Moore, including the retreat to Corunna.
Served also subsequently in the Peninsula from March 1810, to the end of the war in 1814,
including the siege of Cadiz, battle of Barrosa, siege of Tarifa, action at Seville, battles of
Vittoiia, Pyrenees, and Nivelle, passage of the Adour, and operations before Bayonne.
105 Major Cooke's services: See page 1 10, note 2.
106 Major Browne served the campaign of 1815 with the llth Dragoons, and was present at
the battle of Waterloo. Also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combermere, in
1825-6 ; and was a volunteer for the dismounted cavalry storming party.
107 Major Birtwhistle served the campaign of 1814 in the south of Franco with the 32nd.
Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Quatre Bras (slightly wounded), retreat on the
17th June, and battle of Waterloo (severely wounded.)
108 Major Moore was present with the 2nd battalion of the 87th in nearly every action in
which it waa engaged, the greater part of the time as adjutant, including the battle of Talavera
(wonnded in the right thigh, where the ball still remains), siege of Cadiz during the whole time,
battle of Vittoria (two horses shot under him), the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes (horse shot). Vic
Bigorre (wounded), and Toulouse, besides various affairs of out-posts. Served also the Mahratta
campaign of 1817 and 18; and in the Burmese war, in 1825 and 2G.
108 Major John Clarke served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to the end of that war in
1814, including the battles of Oporto and Talavera, Lines of Torres Vedras, actions of Arroyo de
Molioo and Campo Mayor, battle of Albuhera, siege of Badajoz, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees
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1126

War Services of the Majors.

(from 25tb to 31ft July, and 2nd Aug.) the Nivelle, the Nive (9th and 13th Dec.), action of St.
Palais, battle 01 Onnes, action at Aire, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous skirmishes. At
the battle of Albuhera, when in the command of a company of flankers, was struck down by a
Polish lancer, and taken prisoner, but made his escape in a charge of cavalry.
110 Major Sheppard nerved at Walcheren, in 180!) ; and in Canada from March 1814 to Dec.
1810, including the action!) at Chippawa, Lundy's Lane, before Fort Erie, and the attack, on
Snake Hill.
111 Majur Richardson served in the Peninsula with the llth from Aug. 1809, fo Oct. 1814,
including tlie battle of Bnsaco, the subsequent retreat of the army to the lines before Lisbon, the
fcdvancc mid pursuit of the enemy when they broke up from Santarcm, blockade of Almeida, and
battle of Fuentes d'Onor.
112 Mnjor Cannon served in the Peninsula with the old 04th from January 1810 to the enrl of
the war, including the defence of Fort Matagurda in front of Cadiz in 1810, lines of Torres Vedra3,
battle of Fuentes d'Onor, first siege of Badujoz, action at El Bodon, storm of Citidad Rodrijro,
(severely wounded in the chest) ; battles of Salamanca, Vittoria (slightly wounded in the right
knee), Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes. and Toulouse.
113 Major Tatton served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, and
was present nt the blockade of Bayonnc.
114 Mnjor Jackson served in the Peninsula from Dec. 1809 to 1814, and was severely wounded
through the left breast and in both arms at the battle of Albuhera. Served subsequently in the
American war.
113 Major Graham served at the siege of Flushing in 1809, and afterwards in the Peninsula,
including the blockade of Bayonne. Subsequently in the American war, including the action at
Bladcuslmrgand capture of Washington, action near Baltimore, and those in front of New Orleans
on the 2Uth Dec. 1814, and 8th Jan. 1815: also at the taking of Fort Bowyer.
ll(> Major Nickoll served with the 90th at the taking of the Danish Islands of St. Croix and
St. Tlinmas, in 1807. Sent upon particular service in command of the Light Company in 18I3
to drive away an American privateer of large force from off the Island of Barbadoes; brought her
to action, and after a sharp light drove her away. Served during the war in Canada, in 1814.
117 Major Robertson served with the expedition to Walcheren in 1800, and was present at the
sieue of Flushing. Also at the taking of the Kandyan country, in Ceylon, under Sir Robert
Brownrigg.
118 Major Rivers landed at Passages in Dec. 1813, and joined the light division in Feb. 1814 ;
took charge of a division of the boats titled out at Soeoa for the passage of the Adour ; then joined
the force fin- the siege of Buyonne. Embarked for America in 1814.
11!) Major Wi.yinouth served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Life Guards from Nov. 1812 to the
end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Vittoria, investment of Pampeluna, and the battle*
of the Pyrenees. Also the campaign of 1815, including the action at Quatre Bras, covering the
retreat on the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo. Severely wounded and taken prisoner, when
charging the French cuirassiers at Waterloo.
120 Major Bnehan served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the reconnoitring of the
position before Antwerp, action at Merxem, and bombardment of Antwerp.
121 Major Lowe served with the l(Jth Lancers at the siege of Bliurtporc in 1825-6, and was
wounded.
122 Major Gibson served in the Peninsula with the 1st Light Infantry battalion of the King's
German Legion, from Aug. 1813, to the end of that war in 1814, including the siege of San
Sebastian, an action in the Pyrenees at the passage of the Bidassoa (wounded), and the subsequent
actions in which the left wing of the army was engaged. Served also the campaign of 1815, and
was present at the battle of Waterloo.
123 Major Macrcady served the campaigns of 1814 in Holland with the 30th, and was cngagrd
at Fort Frederick Hendrick on the 21st March. Also the campaign of 1815, including the action
at Quatre Bras, the retreat on the following day, and battle of Waterloo. Served afterwards in the
East Indies, and was present at the siege of Asseerghur in March and April 1810.
124 Major Morse Cooper served the campaign of 1814 as a Volunteer with the Royals, and
was present at the investment of Buyonne, and repulse of the sortie. Also the campaign of 1815,
including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Served with the llth Light Dragoons at the
siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1825-G. Slightly wounded at Buyonne, and sererely at Water
loo, having received five wounds.
120 Major Neville served in the Peninsula, from July 1810 to May 1813, including the siege
of Cadiz, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 3rd and 5th May ; sieges of Ciudad Kodrigo and Badajoz
(severely wounded in the head and leg) ; battle of Salamanca, and siege of Burgos, where he was
severely wounded through the left shoulder in the storm of the first line of the castle, 4th
October 1612.
Served the campaign of 1814, in Holland, including the bombardment of
Antwerp, and assault on Bergen-op-Zoom. Present at Waterloo. Sewed also in the Deccan war,
including the capture of Asseerghur. Attached to the Nizam's troops at the capture of a predatory
forco in the Deccan, llth Dec. 1820.
li<! Major Jaunccy served on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Subsequently In the
Peninsula from July 1812 to June 1814, including the battle of Costalla, siege of Tarragona, re

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treat from thence, its second siege, retreat from Villa Franca after the battle of the Pass or Ordall,
and investment of Barcelona in 1814. Expedition to Naples in 1815.
127 Major Cockcll served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combermere.
128 Major Nokes served in the Peninsula from May 180!) to Fob. 1814, including the battles of
Talavera, Fneutts d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and Nivc, from Oth to 13th Dec. ;
wees of Ciuclad Rodrigo and Burgos. Present at the buttle of Harriaporc, in the Nepuul country,
in 1816.
129 Major Gordon served at the battle of Trafalgar.
130 Major Pa?d>e served in the Peninsula arid France from Aug. 1809 to Feb. 1814, including
the buttles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive, passage of the Bidassoa, ami other opera
tion*; sieges of Badajoz (first siege), Forts of Salamanca, Burgos, and San Sebastian. Army of
Occupation from 1815 to 1818.
131 Major Spiller served at Walchcren, and was present at the siege of Flushing, and the
attack and capture of Ter Vere.
132 Major Bridge* served at Walcheren in 1809, and in the Peninsula and France from July
It'll tu Aug. 1814, including the siege of Cadiz, in 1811 ; buttles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees ;
passage of Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, and Adour : and the operations before Bayonne. Attached to
the Prussian corps d'artnee in 1815, under the command of Prince Augustus of Prussia, and em
ployed in the reduction of Philippevillc, Marienbuiirg and Rocroy. Adjutant to the Royal
Artillery, serving with the force employed in Portugal hi 1820; and Brigade- Major to the Royal
Artillery in the Canadas, in 1838.
133 Major Came served in the East Indies from Nov. 1813 to Dec. 1827, including the Nepaul
and Deccan campaigns ; also the siege and assault of Bhnrtpore, wounded in the left foot by a
grape (hot at the assault, 18th Jan. 1826. He was also present at the first capture of Chusan, in
China.
134 Major Dawson served in the Kandian war in Ceylon.
133 Major Ainsworth served at the siege of Flushing, in 1809, and subsequently in the Peuinula, including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and 2d siege of Badajoz, and battle of Nivelle.
Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
136 Major Campbell served the campaign of 1814, in the south of France, including the invest
ment uf Bayonne. Served also throughout the Bunnese war.
137 Major Poyntz served in the Peninsula as a volunteer with the 30th from February to No
vember, 1811, including the occupation of the Lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massena, actions
of Sabupal, Almeida, and Barba del Puerco; and battle of Fuentes d'Onor.
13* Major Rochfort Scott served with the expedition against New Orleans, and was present at
the attack on the American Lines on the 8th Jan. 1815, and at the capture of Fort Boyer. Served
afterwards in France with the Army of Occupation, from July 1815 to Dec. 1818; and with the
allied Anglo-Turkish force in Syria, from Dec. 1840 to Nov. 1841.
139 Major Fraser served in the Peninsula with the 53d from Aug. 1811 to the end of that war
in 1814, including the siege and capture of the fortified con vents at Salamanca, battle of Salamanca,
*iege of the castle of Burgos, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, and Toulouse. Severely
wounded at Pampeluna on the 20th July, 1813.
140 Major Codd served with the 48th, in the operations against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834.
141 Major Canch served on the expedition to Hanover in 1805-0; in the Peninsula with the 5th
from Aug. 1808 to Dec. 1812, and again from Oct. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including
the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco; retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, actions
of Leria, Pombal, Redinha, and Sabugal contused wound on the groin ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor,
stcond siege of Badajoz,contused wound on the chest ; actions of El Bodon and Aldea de
Poote, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, wounded in the right thigh at the assault ; third
vt%f. and capture of Badajoz,contused wound in the neck at the assault ; battle of Salamanca,
hor-e killed ; capture of Madrid and the lletiro, battles of the Nivelle, the Nive, and Orthes;
actions of Sauveterre and Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toulouse,horse wounded. Served after"srds in the American war, and was present at the action of Plattsburg.
142 Major MucAndrew served with the 3rd Battalion of the 27th in the Peninsula and
uh of France, and was present at the battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthea, and Toulouse,
bttiilcs various minor affairs. Served with the 49th in China,at Amoy, Chusan, Chiuhae,
Singfw, Segoan, Chapoo, Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo.
U3 Major Minter served in the Kandian campaigns of 1817 and 18 under Sir Robert Brown"Sg; and in the Burman Empire, under Sir Archibald Campbell.

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P. V. Story, CB.
do. d /.
A. Woudburn, CB. do. do.
J. Uoyd, CB.
do. do.
J. Outran, CB.
do. do.
J. T. Leslie, CB.
do. do.
H. C. Barnard, 30 Apr. 44 do.
JjQ. Drummonddo. do.
Hope Dick
do. do.
Ovn Phillfpps do. do.
Wm. Hen. Earle do. do.
Wm. Martjer do. do.
Wm. Uarden do. do.
E. J. Smith
do. do.
Joseph Nash
do. do.
Wai. Oeddea
do. do.
Thofnu Sunders do. do.
H. J. White
do. da.
C. E.T.Oldfleld,
CB.
do. do.
J. Alexander
do. do.
J. T. Lane
do. do.

B.Aiford,ieOct.S8B-./i)r i
E.ln. Comp. at Liverpool
W.Ogilvie 10 JanJ7 E.Jnd.
Oeo. W. Gibson do. do.
John Lavris do. do.
Edw. Pettingal do. do.
John W. Watson do. do.
John Brandon do. do.
John Cowslade do. do.
Win. Hough
do. do.
Freii.Geo. Listerdo. do.
Robert Stewart do. do.
John MucL.cnj.il1 do. do.
Gio.F. Holland do. do.
Hugh Sihbald do. do.
Fred. H. Sandys do. do.
; Tho. Croxton do. do.

MAJORS.
Rob. Blacknll, 25 Apr. 08
E. Indies.
Dirid Robertson,
25 July 10
do.
S. H. Fotbfringham,
\ Jan. IS
rfo.
Ckarlcs Marriott 4 June 14
do.
Major H. Court
4 June 14 JS./n.
IT. J. Xatt/ten-s do. do.
Sktff". LutTeidgc do. do.
tni<-t. Baron de
Bchmiedern, KJt.
20 Sept. Continent
John Norton, alias Teyontnhokarawen, Cajit.
and Le&dernf the In
dians oftlie Pivr Rations.
15 Feb. 18 Canada
Tito, nail li Aug. 19 K. Ind.
H.C.\r.SmijtliW July21 do.
Arthur Wight 19 Jan.ZBdo.
D.D.Anderson Ao. do
9a.3nkeylO Any. Continent
Cla.Irvjnc 31 Sept. do.
Ch..Sl.(inUjam do. do.
A.M.Bennett 12do. do.
West. Himis ldo. rfo.
Henry Light 20 do. do.
G.ThoBrice 9 Nov. do.
I>. MarGregor do. do.
B. LotTrnft
do. do.
T. H. Muricc, KH. do.
E.H.Garihwaitido. do.
Tbo. Pipon I a do. do.
Cbarin Wayth do. </,.
"okert Abbey do. do.
P. 0. Pellovres do. do.
<Sia.HmcB 30 do. do.
'I.J.Woljeley 14D. do.
PJ. Rainey
do. do.
W. Phlpps
do. do.
W.D.8poonerS8do. do.
Wm. Thomson do. do.
J!u Gordon 80 do. do.
Wm.W.Swaine do. do.
Fra. B. Eliot
do. do.

JIttghJt.Murray do. do.


JH. R. Colnett do. do.
Peter Johnston do. do.
Rich. Gardner do. do.
A. Macintosh do. do.
Hen. Fra. Caley do. do.
Rich. Batfltion do. do.
Charle* Rot/er* do. do.
G.A. KentfilandAo. do.
W. Hrndfrgvn do. do
T.Timbrell, CB.Ao. do.
Robert Butler do. do.
William Stokoe do. do.
James Malton do. do.
Wm. Mtiflcod do. do.
J. H. Wornum do. do.
Benjamin Ashe do. do.
James Steel
do. do.
Elliott D. Todd
2 June Ptrtia
H.C.Rawlinson, CB.
2 June Persia
John Laughten do. do.
Ed. Pat. Lynch 3do. do.
T.Ritherdon 16F.38 E.I.
Sciti.at Addiscoinbc
Francis HuichM.
Wheeler 88 J une38. Tinl.
Jos. W.Douglas do. do.
Jas. Manson
do. do.
John Ward
do. do.
S. L. Thornton do. do.
David Hepburn do. do.
W. Simonds
do. do.
J.H.Simmcmds do. do.
John Angelo
do. do.
Tho. Williams do. do.
L. Saunder. Bird do. do.
R. L. Anstruther do. do.
Edtn. Herring do. do.
Alt-f. Diiviiison do. do.
John H alien
do. do.
J. Sam. Hanhalldo. do.
Dan. A. Penning do. do.
Geo. Chapman do. do.
Griffiths Holmes do. do.
John Rawlins do. do.
G.H.Woodrooffedo. do.
J.H.Macklnluy do. do.
Mel Campbell do. do.
I Robert Kent
do. do.
A. il'Kinnon do. do.
; Wm. Sage
do. rfo.
Andrew Goldie do. do.
Win. Ramsey do. do.
Cha. Thoresby do. do.
J. Bedford
do. do.
Win. Edw. Blair
Leadbeater do. do.
Jer. B.Nottidge do. do.
Qcorge Lee
do. do.
D.Moiitgoraerie do. do.
A.M. Campbell do. tin.
Luc. Hor. Smith do. >'>
J.Farauharxon do. do.
John Worthy do. 40.
John Forbes
do. do.

If.M.f f.irt/nfi'ii do. '/"- ,


John Howlsou do. do.
Hen. John Wood do. do.
R. O. Polrchfle do. do.
John
Chbholm do. rfo.
'
Wm. Foquett do. do.
James
Allen
do. do.
'
Rich. Budd
do. do.
Pat. Thomson do. do.
George Barker do. do.
John Fitzgerald do. do*
Jos. Otiphunf do. do.
J. M on son Boycsdo. do.
Wm.Fred.Sieerdo. do.
G. W. Bon ham do. do.
Tho.lt'ilkineun do. do.
G. H. Robinson 4o. do.
Hugh C. Cotton 4o. do.
Cha. Sinclair do. do.
Alex. Lawe
do. do.
Charles Hosmer do. do.
R.So?n?ur SrtotiAo. do.
Alez.&IacArthurdo. do.
JohnThos.Croftdo. do.
Charles Wahab do. do.
Stuart Corbctt do. do.
John Wynch
do. do.
W.J.Thompson,
CB,
do. do.
Humphrey Hay do. do.
Male. Nicolton do. do.
Henry Barkley
Henderson
do. do.
Tho. Best JervU do. do.
Frtti.S.Sotheby,
CB.
do. do.
Edw.Huthwalte do. do.
G. R. Cruwfurd do. do.
Hen. Delafobe,
UV.
do. do.
J. R.,Woodhousedo. do.
Robert Leech, CB. 7 Aug.
AJfghanittan&c, Ptrtia
NiclCampbcll28July39./.
G.Thomaun, C,*^.do. do.
Alx.C.Pe*t,CB.do. do.
Wm. Alexander do. do.
Crawford Hagart,
Win. Cughlan
do. do.
C. Rochfort Scott
ITNov.P.Sfr.
P. H. Robe
do. do.
R. Wilbrnham do. do.
Oha. H.Churchill do. do.
Lewis Brown, 2 April, 41
East Indies.
G.A. Mee,2flMay 41 do.
Phillip Anstrutber OB do.
Henry Moore, 6'B. do. do.
A. J.Hudfleld, 8 July 41 do.
Hen. Brown, 6 Oct. 41 E.I.
Comp. Depot at Warley
Fred. Wright Hands
23 Nov. 41. EJnd.
C. T. Thomas do. do.
Win. Rollings do. do.
E. W. Krnnctt do, do.
Cha. Marshall do. do.
Fred. B- White do. do.
John Jervis
do. do.
Albert Pinson do. do.
Gro. K. Wilton do. do.
AndrewFraser do. do.
Janus Scutt
do. do.
Wm. Hyslop do. do.
G.A.Underwood do. do.
O. S. Blundetl do. do.
Francis Jenkins do. do.
Wm. A.Troup do. do*
I Cha.Hcwetson,do. do.
I John Fawcett do. do.
David Btrrell do. do.
D. Thompson do. do.
./Eneas Sheriff do. do.
A 1 bany Troward do. rfo.
Huinnrcy Lyons do. do.
James Mellor do. do.
Rob. S. Yollnnd do. do.
John Fra. Bird do. do.

114
Jtu.Briggi --n N ..-,, i /;;,'
Juiun Crouduce do. do.
Petor Bamond do. do,
Geo, Twemlovr do. do.
A. O. Hyulop do. do.
Thomas Oidley do. do.
J.SomersDown do. do.
Ja. Fraser.CB. do. do.
CharltsJolinoon do. do.
Thomas Sewell do. do.
Fra. B. Lucas do. do.
H. Mill,., Foorddo. </".
JamexC. Tudor do. do.
Sle|..G.\Vheelerdo. do.
Richard Old do. do.
P. J. Simpmm do. do.
Rulpli Tlitirpe. do. do.
William Cotton do. do.
James Wyltie do. do.
(>. P.P. Vincenldo. do.
Clifton Benbow do. do.
Wm. Porbes
do. do.
O. M. C. Smyth do. do.
Charles Field do. do.
Cha. O. Dizon do. dtf.
Clia. Richard! do. do.
Claud Douglas do. do.
U.K. i.iu-iui, Id do. do.
William Brown do. do.
J. Aug. Scott do. do.
W. M. N. Slurt do. do.
William Mmlo do. do.
R. M.M. Cookedo. do.
H'illiam Payiudo. do.
John Gunning do. do.
L.C.A. Meyer, do. Cavalry
Depot at ilaidstone.
T.Setton, CD.
I ' i,- 1. ! -/./.,..'.

A. Abbott, CB. do. da.


}. 11. Backhouse, CU. do. do.
H. P. Bum
do. da.
E.R.Mainwarlng do. do.
O.Broadfoot, CB.do. do.
A. G. P. J.Younghiuband
do. do.
Ueo. HaU MacCregor, CB. do. do.
R.Codrinoa 23 Dec. do.
John Griffin
do. do.
T. l'ul In I,,
do. do.
John Peter Ripley, do. do.
P. Abbott
do. do.
W.H.SImpion,CB.do. do.
T.E.A.Napleton do. do.
G. Burney
do. do
J- Halkett Cralgie,
CB.
do. do.
J. Ferris, CB.
do. do.
P. A. Reid, CD. do. do.
G. C. Ponsonby do. do.
W.Anderson, CB. do. do.
R. Shlrreff
do. do.
C. Blood
do. do.
W. Rlddell
do. do.
H. M. Lawrence do. do.
T. H. Scott, CB. do. do.
T. T. Pears, CU. do. do.
R.C.Moore, CB. do. do.
D. F. Evans
do* do.
J. Macadam
do. do.
Pred. Mackeson,
CB.
do. do.
C. H. Delamnin, CB.
4 July 43 do.
M. F. Wllloughby, CB.
4 July 43 E. Ind.
W. T. Whltlie, CB. do. do.
G. > . ii. i . CB.
do. da.
F. N. B. Tucker
do. do.
J. Jackion, CB.
do. do.
A. Tucker, CB.
do. do.
H. J. Stevens, CB. do. do.
E. Oteen, CB.
do. do.
W.B.G.Blrakins, CB.do. do.
F. E. Manning,
SO Apr. 44 E. In.
Patrick Grant,
do. do.
Birney Browne
do. do.
H. M. Grares
do. do*
Charles Grant
do. do.
B. Y. Reilly
do. do.
Pred. llrind
do. do.
Henry Clayton,
do. a..

115
RJ.H.Bireh 30Apr.44 E.In.
H. J. Guyon
do. do.
Jas. Saunders
do. do.
J. H. M'Donald
do. do.
Geo. Campbell
do. do.
R. Cautley
do. do.
Ralph Smith
do. do.
Pfltr Innes
do. do.
Philip Harris
do. do.
Ctia. Eklni
do. do.
N. A. Parker
do. do.
F. R. Evans
do. 1/11.
J. O. W. Curtis
do. do.
Tho. Young
do. do.
Geo. Ditlston
do. do.
Oeo. Thomson, CB. 2 AUB.
Recruiting for the E. I.
Co. ut Cork.
George Halt
81 Sept. 44 E.In.

Local Rank.
Officers of the late 8t
Helena Regt. who have
local rank at St. Helena
and Eastward of the Cape
of Good Hope.
Brigadier-General.
Charles Dallas
14 Feb. 28
Lieut.-Colonels.
Thomas Lyscer ..18 Nor. 15
C. R. G. Hodson 12 Aug. IB
Major
D. K. Pritchard..21 May 87
Captains,
LIEUTENANT.
T.M. Hunter
21 Apr. 23
* W. Q. Pogson SlJuly 43 do. n.A. DenTaaffe 22 Apr. 23
D. O'Connor
21 May 27
J. H. Spillor
2 Apr. 28
!i. Mr Mahon....29 Apr. 2U
A. A. Ynunge.... S May 30
W. O. Kennedy. .26Jan. 33
W. K. Doveton . .27 Jan. 88
CAPTAINS.
Recruiting for the E. India
Company's Army.
James Murray
London
Richard Geo.Grange Dublin
H. Vihart Glees; Ediubutyli
Win. Elsey 2 Dec. 88 E. I.
Depot at Wnrley.
G. Maclean, 27 Ajir. 38 Gold
Const of Africa.
Wm. F. Hay, 8 liny 42.
E.I.Co.'s Depot, Warlmj

J. I. Prilchard ..11 May M


W. Mason
1 Oct. 33

Linttcnantt.
G. W. Mclliss
U Apr. 26
M. J. Johnson ..29 Aug. 28
J. Sampson
8 Msr. S7
S. F. Armstrong 21 May 27
W. P. Sampson.. 13 Sep. S7
A. V. Smith
9 Apr 28
C. S. T Bond .. 9 Apr. 2
J. R. C. Mason.. 1 Apr. 31
T. B. Knlpe
28 NOT. SI
T. S. Bred
2 Au. 32
J. B. Alexander 31 Jan. 33
D. H. H. Lester 1 Oct. 33
Ensigns.
P. N. Greene
17 Sp. 98
H.Marriott
17 Sep. S9
G. S. Chadwick..20 D. Si
C. Prltchard ....go Dec. 32
P. M. Baker
18 Mar. 3J

115f

YEOMEN OF THE GUARD.


Her Majesty's Bwly Guard.
(INSTITUTED BY HENRY VII., IN THE YEAR, 1485.)

Captain.
The Earl of Beverley.
Lieutenant.
Sir George Philip Lee.
Ensign.
Sir George Houlton.

Clerk of the Cheque and Secretary


Jonathan Ellcrthorpe.
Exons.
Sir Samuel Hancock.

Thomas Seymour Sadler.

V 833 William Bellairs.'


Late a Captain in the 15th Htusari.

$ WH John Kincaid.'

6 Ushers and 100 Yeomen.


1 Captain Bellairs entered the 15th Hussars in 1811, and retired from that Hegt. as a
Captain, in 1819. He served in the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in the Peninsula, and was
present at the battle of Vittoria, the battles in the Pyrenees in front of Pampeluna on the
27th, 28th, 29th, and 30th July ; blockade of Pampeluna from 18th to 31st Oct. when it
larrendered, battle of Orthes, action at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides many minor
affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the action at Quatre Bras, the
retreat the following day, and battle of Waterloo : horse killed on the retreat from Quatre
Bras, and two wounded under him at Waterloo.
2 Captain Kincaid joined the Rifle Brigade in 1809, and retired from it as a Captain in
1831. He served on the Walcheren expedition in 1809; and subsequently in the Penin
sula, including the retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras in 1810, occupation of them,
pursuit of Massena, actions at Santarem, Poinbal, Redinha, Casal Nova, Foz d'Aronce, and
Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, actions near Fuente Guinaldo and Aldea de Ponte, siege
and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo,led the storming party of the light division ; siege and
terming of Badajoz, actions on the heights of San Christoval and at Castrcjon, battle of
Salamanca, capture of Madrid, retreat from Salamanca in which he was acting Brigade
Major to the 1st Brigade of the light division; actions at San Munos and San Milan,
battle of Vittoria and three days' severe skirmishing in following the enemy to Pampeluua
which ended in the capture of their last gun by the Rifle Brigade : battles of the Pyrenees,
(forming the heights of Echalar, storming the fortified blights of Bera, battles of the
Nivelle and the Nive, together with those near Bayonnc on the 9th, 10th, llth, 12th, and
13th Dec. 1813 ; action at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous minor affairs.
Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Quatre Bras, the retreat
on the following day, battle of Waterloo, and capture of Paris ; at Waterloo his horse was
wounded in five places and killed under him.

THE HONOURABLE CORPS OF GENTLEMEN AT ARMS.


The Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Public and State occationt.
(ESTABLISHED IN THE YEAR 1509.)
Captain.
John George Weld, Lord Forester, P.C., 8 Sept. 1841.

Lieutenant.
Hon. Sir Edward Butler, P 18 Feb. 1839.
Standard Bearer.
Henry Robinson, P24 Jan. 1840.
Gentlemen at Arms.
Sir Benjamin Smith
P20 Sept. 17 John Ashford
George Wilkinson
P15 June 19 Francis Watts
James Morison
P21 April 21 Frederick John Trick

PI* April 42
P23 Jnne 42
P 29 July 42

BOI ort
(Late a Litut. in the Oath Regt.)
John George Maud
P24 May 2s
n r< t in James Mathias Gilbertson ....PSIOot. 42
John Banks
PC Sept. 30
,,iii
>.) I Charles Winter
P31 Dec. 4-2
Thomas George
P 1 1 Jan. 32 i James Tyler
b W right
P23Jan. 43
Edward Clarke
P 8 Nov. 34
Joseph Skipp Lloyd
P 2 Feb. 43
Benjamin Toinkins
P31 Jan. 35
$ John Blakiston1
8 Dec. 43
Henry Larkyns Ewart
P28 Oct. 37 ( Late Brcv.-Major, $ Capt.mi h.p. 27M Reyt.)
Richard Nelson Jones
P 0 Jan. 38 Jo]m Gregory
p ,3 Dec. 43
George Winchester
P30Jan. 38 Charles Edward Murray
P26 Dec. 43
James Thomson
P 24 Feb. 38 Oeon?e Denne
P21Jan.44
.Xsculapiun Field
P 4 Mar. 38 Henry Sibley Hodgson
P21 Jan. 44
George Platt
P24 Mar 38 Francis Ellis ,
P21 Jan. 44
Alfred Perkins
P 5 Feb. 39 Frederick Plirefoy Hoare
P 14 Feb. 44
Hector Archibald Macneil . . . . P 6 June 40 1 Edward Turst Carver
P 22 Mar. 44
William Steele
P 0 June 40 1 John Jame8 Robinson
P29 Mar. 44
Thomas Hayter Johnston
P 8 June 40 wmianl Lyon
P 13 May 44
John Tyrwhitt Walker
P 1C June 40 Jp John Henry Cooke"
2 Oct. 44
Alfred Markcs
P21 Aug. 41 Wm. Henry Brabazon Conner ..? 14 Nov. 44
John Lewis Lamotte
P20Oct. 41
Paymaster.Sir William Boothby, Baronet, 2 May, 27.
(Late a dipt, in the 7tti Garrison Battalion.)
Adjutant.James Bnncc Curling, V5 May, 38.
Harbinger.Samuel Wibon, P24 Feb. 31.
Scarlet,Facing Blue.
Agents, Messrs. Hopkinson and Co.
1 Major Btakiston having passed through the Royal Military Academy Bt Woolwich In 1802, he proceeded
to India as a Cadet in the Enst India Company's Service, and was Appointed to the Corps of Engineers on
the Madras Establishment, beiuu then on half-pay as a Lieutenant in H.M. Service. In 1803 he served in
the campaign against the Malirultas, and was engaged in the battles cf Assaye and Arxaum, and at th
sieges and assaults of Ahmi-dnuEgur and Gawilghur. At the suppression of the mutiny at Vellore in 1805
he directed the trims by which the gate was blown open. In 1810 he acted an Chief Engineer at the capture
of tile Island of Bourbon. Having been employed In reconnoitring the coast of the Isle of France previous
to the arrival of the expedition, he was instrumental in discovering the spot where the descent was made;
and, having been appointed to the charge of the Guides, he led the advance of the Army until the surren
der of that Island. For his services on the above occasion he was nominated Extra Ai'de-de-Camp to the
Commander-in-Chicf, Sir Samuel Auchmuty, on the expedition to Java in 1811 ; and having been sent in
advance with the Chief Engineer to fix on the point of landing, he WHS engaged in a serious affair on the
coast in the boats of II. M. ships Barracavta and Lcda. On the landing of the Army lie was encagrd in
the affairs of Wellevrieden nnd Samarang. and at the siege and assault of the fortified position of Cornells.
In 1812, having attained the rank of Captain in the corps of Madras Engineers he returned on furlough
to England. Shortly afterwards, having been placed on full p ny In H. M. 87th Rcgt., he was appointed to
a company in the 17th Portuguese Regt, with which he seived in the I iuiii Division ot the Peninsular
Army until the enncluilon of the vat; havinz been present at the battles of Vittoria, NivelV, Nive, Orllies,
and Toulouse, and in all tne affairs in which the Light Division was minted. At the siege of San
Sebastian he volunteered an an Engineer, and while so engaged was severely wounded, for his services on
this occasion he was promoted to a company in the 27th Regt. ; in 1816 was placed on half-pay ; and on
the liSrd June 184S he was brought on full pay of the 5th Rrgt., nnd retired by the sale of his commissions.
2 Major Cooke served with the 43rd l.igltt Infantry at M'alcheren, in IMOil; mbscquei tly in the P-ninsula, including the siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrlgo, siege and storming of Badnjnz (wounded at the
assault), battle of Salamanca, action of San Munoz, battle of Vittoria (wounded), battles of tne Pynnee*,
sieg" 01 San Sebustmn, the attack on the heights of Vera, tmltles of the Nlvelle and the Nive. notion at
Tarbes, battle of Toulouse. Also at the battle in front of New Orleans on ihe 8th Jan. 1H15; and subse
quently four years with the Army of Occupation in France. Employed on a Special Mission at Cowtantinople in 1838.

117

STAFF AT HEAD QUARTERS.

COMMANDER IN CHIEF.
V SS Field Marshal His Grace the Duke of WELLINGTON. KG. GCfl. GCH.
Military Secretary.
? E& Lieut-General /-./ Fitzroy Somerset, KCB. Colonel of the 53rd Regiment.
Aidei-de-Camp.
3 J I Colonel Hon. George Anson, Half-pay Unattached.
Lieutenant-Colonel Arthur, Marquis of Douro, ditto.
Captain Charles, Earl of March, Half-pay Unattached.
Lieutenant Henry, Marquis of Worcester, 1st Life Gds.
ADJUTANT-GENERAL.
$) Lieut.-Gcneral Sir John Macdonald, KCB. Colonel of the 67th Regiment.
Deputy Adjutant-General.
U Major-General George Brown, CB. K 1 1.
Assistant Adjutant-General.
$ Colonel William Cochrane, Half-pay Unattached.
Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General.
$ Major Roche Meade, KH. Half-pay Unattached.
Inspecting Field Officer, and Superintendent of the Recruiting Department.
9 Colonel George Dean Pitt, KH.
QUARTER-MASTER GENERAL.
9 General Sir James Willoughby Gordon, Dart., GCB. GCH. Colonel of the 23rd
Royal Welsh Fusiliers.
Astittant Quarter- Matter General.
^ Colonel James Frccth, KH. Half-pay Unattached.
Deputy Aaislant Quarler-HTnsler General,
? Z2S Captain John Enoch, 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers.
t B

1st Regiment of Life Guards.

118
Ycari' SIT.

Colonel.
$ Stapleton, Vitcount Combermere,1 GCB. GCH. 2nrf Lieut. 26 Feb. 1790;
Lieut. 16 March, 91; Capt. 28 Feb. 93; Major, 28 April, 94 ; Lieut.-Col.
Full Hull
9 March, 94; Col. 1 Jan. 1800; Major-Gen. 30 Oct. 05 ; Lieut.-Gen. 1 Jan.
Pay. Pay.
12; Gen. 27 May, 25. Col. 1st Life-Guards, 1C Sept. 29.
Lieut.-Colonel and Colonel.
31
8 f Hon. H. F. C. Cavendish,2 Lieut. 1th FutWers, P26 May, 08; Capt. P6 June,
11 ; Major, P 2 April, 18 ; Lieut.-Col. P 12 July, 21 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37.
Major and Lieut.-Colonel.
Hall, Cornet, P 12 June, 17; Lieut. P24 July, 17; Capt. r 2 Aug. 22;
28
A John
Brevet-Mnjor, 8 Sept. 31 ; Lieut.-Col. P 27 Dec. 1837.
65

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BHEVKTMAJOH.

CAPTAINS.
P 2 Aug. 22 P31 July 25 P 30 June 28 23 NOT. 41
Richard Parker
Thos.Myddelton Biddulpli P 7 Oct. 20 P 23 Feb. 29 P10 May 34
P 30 June 28 P 24 May 31 P 6 May 37
Lord F. A. Gordon, I. . . P 2 Aug. 29 18 June 34 P 1 Dec. 37
Lord Wm. Bcresford .... P 30 April 20 P 4 July 34 P27 Dec. 37
PI 8 Jan. 33 P10 Feb. 37 P 18 Mar. 42
Lord Chas. I1. P. Clinton P 24 Jan. 34 P 5 May 37 P30 Dec. 42
Sir Chas. \Vm. Kent, St. P 10 Feb. 37 P 16 Aug. 39 P 25 June 44
LIEUTENANTS.
iJlffilWm.Anderton,3^'' ? 24 July 34 18 Dec. 37
Quarter-Muster, 1 Jan. 31 >
7/<m. W. II. S. Cotton . . P21 Oct. 37 P18 May 41
v 27 Dec. 37 P 1G Nov. 41
Francis Frederick Lovell P 10 Aug. 3!) P30 Dec. 42
George Henry Cavendish
31 Jan. 40
H en.Marq.of Worcester,* P17 Aug. 41 P 7 July 43
P24 Sept. 41 P 5 Sept. 43
PIG Nov. 41 P29 Mar. 44
Tho. Geo. Lord Glamis. . P 28 June 3D P25 June 44
CORNETS AND SUB
LIEUTENANTS.
Robt.Winterbottom, H.M. 18 Dec. 37
G. H. H. C. Vise. Scalmm P 13 Jan. 43
WG or?o/Munster(i<.) P 1 July 4^
Hugh William Boulton . . P 8 April 4:)
P 16 June 43
Henry Dorrien Streatfeild P 7 July 43
James Macnaghten Hogg P G Oct. 43
Qco., Viscount Dupplin P 29 Mar. 44
Frederick Ulric Graham P 29 Mar. 44
Adjutant.3!<U Lieut, fl illi.nn Ander on, 18 Dec. 3
Quarter-Master.Sittl I obcrt Falcone r, 2 Sept. 36.
Surgeon.Alexander Elli ot Campbell, ] I.I). 2 June, 4 3; Aa'at.-Surg. 27 NOT. 36.
Afsittant-Surgeon.Tho mas Tardrew, 12 Julv, 44.
Veterinary-Surgeon.$ William Perc vail/ 30 Nov. It.

;.

[Returnedfrom France, January9 1816.]


1 Lord Combermrre accompanied his rent, (tlio Otli Dr. Gds.) to Flanders in Aug. 1703, and served to the
end of that campaign, unit until June of the following one. In 1700 he embarked in command of the 95th
Lt. Drt. for the Cape of Good Hope, and served a short but active campaign under Sir Thomai Craij, when
he accompanied In- regt. to India, whore he served in the memorable campaigns of 1708 and 90, against
Tippoo Siiltinin, Including the battle of Mallavelly, and f.iege of Srringnpatam. Proceeded to the Peninsula
in 1808, In command of a brigade of cavalry, consisting of the 14th and 10th Lt. Drs., at the head of which
he distinguished himself, during the campaign in the north of Portugal, including the operations at Oporto,
and afterwards at the battle of Tatavera. In Aug. 1800, the local rank of Lieut.-Gen. was conferred upon
him; and, early in 1810, ho was appointed to the command of the whole allied cavalry under the Duke of
Wellington, and remained in that command until the termination of the war In 1S14, and distinguished
himself at the head of the cavalry upon every occasion tltat presented itself, including the various actions
in covering the retrcnt from Almeida to Torres Vednn, battle of Busnco, actions tit Villa Garcia and
Castrajon, battles of Fuentrs d'Onor and Salamanca (severely wounded), action at El Bod^n, battles of
the Pyrenees, Orthes, and Toulouse. Sorvod also at tin- siege* nnd capture of 11 hurt pore, in 1825 and 26,
as Commander-in-chief. His lordship 1ms received a Medal for Springapatam, und a Cross and one Clasp
for the battles of Talavera, Fuentes d'Onor, Sulamunca, Orthc*, itnrl Toulouse.
9 Colonel Cavendish served in the Peninsula from July 1808 to January, 1809, and was wounded through
the writ at the battle of Corunna, where ho served as niile-de -camp to Lord Wm. Bentinck.
3 Lieut. Anderton served the Campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo.
4 Mr. Percivall served in the Peninsula from September, iM.f. to the end of the War in 1814, and vu
protect it Hit battle of Toulouw. Served olio tho campaign of 1819, including the captur* of Part*.

2d Regiment of'Life Guard


YraiV Scrr
51
Full Half
Pay. Pay.
37

27

119

" PENINSULA""WATERLOO."
Colonel.
g Charles Win. Marquis of Londonderry,1 GCB. GCH. Ensign, 1 1 Oct. 1794 ;
Lieut. 30 Oct. 94; Capt. 12 Nov. 94; Major, 31 July, 95 Lieut.-Col.
1 Jan. 97; Colonel, 25 Sept. 1803; Major-Gen. 25 July, 10; Lieut.-Gen.
4 June, 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 2nd Life Guards, 23 June, 41 1.
Lieut.-Colonel and Colonel.
George Alexander Reid, Cornet and Sub-Lieut. P 7 Mar. 18 ; Lieut 20 Mar. 21 ;
Capt. Pll Nov. 24; Brevet-Major, 23 July, 31 ; Major fr Lu ut. Col. P17
Feb. 32 ; Lieut.-Col. $ Colonel, P 10 April, 40.
Major and Lieut.-Colonel.
James M'Douall, Cornet, t 19 Feb. 18; Lietit. P2 Oct. 23; Capt. P10 Oct. 25;
Brevet-Major, 23 June 38 ; Major Lieut.-Col. P 10 April, 40.
COR. AND
SUB-LIBUT.

CAPTAIN.

LIEUT.

BREVKTMAJOR

CAPTAINS.
0 Lewis Duncan Williams. . P 21 June 20 P 23 July 25 P 15 July 23

25
19
18
15
14
13
14
10

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

9
9
11
0
9
8
7
6
9

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

6
5
3
2
3
2
1
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

6
11
27
10
6

0
0

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0
0

P 27 Oct. 26
Mountjoy Francis Martyn P 27 Dec. 27
P 26 Nov. 30
P 1 Nov. 31
Robert Blane
P 9 Mar. 32
P 30 Dec. 31
Fenton John Evans Frekc P 24 Nov. 35
LIEUTENANTS.
Henry George Boyce. . . . P 11 Mar. 36
Wm. Aug. Tollemache . . P15 April 36
24 July 34
//. Rob. Neville Lawley P 8 July 36
E. M. Earl of Longford P 9 July 36
Charles J. Tottenham . . . P 28 April 37
f 8 June 38
21 June 39
Hon. Cornwallis Maude P16 Sept. 36
CORNETS AND SUBLlEOTENANTS.
Hon. Brownlow C. Bertie P 11 Oct. 39
P 9 May 40
Henry Savile Lumley . . P 28 May 42
HcnryH.O'Donel Clayton P 19 Jan. 43
20 Jan. 43
Wm. Hamilton Greville
Hon. 3. H. Delaval Astley P 17 Mar. 43
Robert Bamford Heskcth P 6 April 44
P 23 July 44
William Nevill

P 29 Jan. 30
P 22 Mar. 31
P 17 April 35
P 25 Mar. 36
P 29 April 36
P 16 Mar. 33
P 24 Mar. 37

23 Nov. 41
P 25 Mar. 3(!
P 22 April 36
P 1 Sept. 37
P 8 June 38
P 8 May 40 23 Nov. 41
P 30 Apr. 41
P 28 May 42

P 28 April 37
P 1 Sept. 37
22 Aug. 38
P 8 May 40
P 9 May 40
P 2rt May 42
P 2 Dec. 42
22 July 44
P23 July 44

Adjutant.Lieut. Peter Sherwen, 21 . Fune, 39.


Quarter-Matter.Willia m Allen, 25 J ulv, 34.
Surgeon.Jas. Bett,a 1 Se >t.37; Assist. -Sr0.9Nov.l 5 ; Jfosp.-Auitt.Q Nov. 13.
Auitt.-Surgeon.Francis Wm. Grant Calder, 25 Sep t. 35.
Veterinary-Surgeon.Ja mes Home, 3 1 May 39.

ScarletFacingt Blue.Agetil ., Messrs. Cos &Co.


[Returnedfrom France, February, 1816.]
1 Lord Londonderry has received a cross and one clasp for Sohagun and Benevcnte, Talavera, Busaco,
Pnento d'Onor, and Badajoz, and was severely wounded in the head by a musket-bull In Holland, 10th
Oct. 1790.
8 Mr. Bett irai lit the capturn of Genoa, 12th April, 1814; and at the capture of Custine in America,
lit Sept. following.
t B 2

Royal Regiment of Horse Guards.

120
Yean' Serv
53
Pull Half
Pay. Pay.

30

33

" PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."


Colonel.
$ ?< Ilcnrv William, Marquis of Anglescv," KG. GCB. GCH. Lieut.-Col.
* 12 Sept. 1793 ; Col. 3 May, 96 ; Major-Gen. 29 April, 1802 ; Lieut.-Gcn. 25
April, 08 ; Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Colonel of the lioyal Horse Guards 20 Dec. 42.
Lieut.-Colonel.
U William Richardson,' Corner, v 27 Feb. 06 ; Lieut, f 20 Aug. 07 ; Capt. v 20
Doc. 11; Lieut.-Col. P24Jnly, 23; Col. 10 Jan. 37.
Major.
$) CZS Evcrard Win. Bouverie,' Cornet, 1 2 April, 12 ; Lieut. 15 Oct. 12 ; Capt.
P 9 Sept. 19 ; Brec.-Miij. 0 May, 31 ; Lieut.-Col. v 4 Dec. 32.

CAPTAINS.
33
30
21
16
15
15
12
11

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

23
11
8

3ft
0
0
e 0
5
0
5 0
4 0
3 0
3

3
3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

'2

2
o
9
1
1
23
14
18
0
31

0
3T,

0
0
0

1ft

COBKET.

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

BREVETMAJOB.

[<.-CW.28June38
|) 5SEI George Smith * . .
6 Nov. 12 18 Nov. 13 P 22 June 20 10 Jan. 37
3. Constantine Treut .... P10 Nov. 15 P 22 June 20 P 2 Aug. 26 23 Nov. 4t
Hon. G.C. Weld Forester P 27 May 24 P 1 Aug. 20 P 6 July 32
Wyndham Edw. Hanmcr P 20 Mar. 29 P 15 Mar. 31 P 9 Jan. 35
P 27 Feb. 30 P 6 July 32 P 11 Nov. 30
R. H. R. Howard Vyse . . P 30 Nov. 30 P 31 May 33 P 27 Sept. 42
Lord Alg. P. B. St. Maur P 31 May 33 nil Nov. 36 P24 Mar. 43
Robert Edmund Oliver . . P 17 Jan. 34 P 21 April 37 P 25 June 44
LIEUTENANTS.
Thomas Brunt, adj
28 Jan. 19 31 July 26
Hon. Chas. Hen. Cust . . P 14 Mar. 34 P 30 June 37
John P. P. Wade Bastard P 21 April 37 P 8 Feb. 42
A. Bateman Periam Hood P 30 June 37 P 22 July 42
P 3 April 40 P 24 Mar. 43
Hugh Smith Baillie
Lord Geo. John Manners P 20 Oct. 40 P 4 Aug. 43
Vincent Rowland Corbett PlOJulv 41 P 22 Sept. 43
Lord Alex. F.C.G. Lennox P 8 Feb. 42 P 25 June 44
Horace Dormer Trelawny P 15 April 42 P 27 Sept. 44
CORNETS.
P 22 July 42
Robert Sheffield
Gilbert East Gilbert East P 1 Nov. 42
Hon. Lewis Alex. Grant P 24 Mar. 43
Sir Chas. Slingsby, Bart. P 4 Aug. 43
Hon. Geo. Watson Milk's P22 Sept. 43
Joseph Brunt, R.M
24 Nov. 43
Fra.Wm. FitzHardingc \ i'27 Sept. 44
Francis Howard Vysc . . r 29 Nov. 44
Adjutant. Lieut. Thomas Brunt, 2 Feb. 44.
Quarter-Matter.Herbert Turner, 1 Jan. 31 .
Surgeon.George Gulliver, 2 June,43; A.-S. 12Junc,28; H.-A. 17 May,27.
Asiistant-Surgeon.James Cockburn, 15 April, 30.
Veterinary-Surgeon.fill John Siddall,2 10 Oct. 12.
BlueFacings Scarlet.Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co.
[Returnedfrom France, February, 1816.]

1 1 ord A nelejoy jolnod the Duke of Vork'i army In Plunders in 1704, in command of the 80lh ; in the
retreat he had the temporary command of Lord Cathcart's Brigade. Accompanied the Duke on the Expe
dition to Holland In 1709. and commanded tho cavalry in the action of the 2nd Oct.," late in the evening,
the enemy's cavalry having been defeated in an attempt which they made upon the British Horte Artillery
on the beach, and having been charged by the cavalry under Lord Pagct, were driven with considerable low
nearly to Egmont op-Zee." In the retreat of that army he protected the rear with his cavalry, and sonic
skirmishing having taken placo In which several pieces of cannon fell into the hands of the enemy, hit
Lordship with one squadron attacked the force under General Simon, amounting to six times his own num
bers, repulsed them, retaking the British, end capturing at tho same time several pieces of the enemy's
cannon. In 1808 proceeded to the Peninsula lu command of two brigades of cavalry: attacked and de
feated a body of tho enemy at Sahngun ; end, during the retreat of Sir John Moore he brought up tbt
rear, and was engaged with the enemy at Majorca and Bencventc. Commanded a division of the Army
under the Earl of Chatham on the Walchereu Expedition, In 1809. Commanded the cavalry In the cam
paign of 1810; engaged ID frequent charges on the enemy, in protecting the rear of the infantry on Hie
retreat of the 17th June ; and, towards tho elope of the battle of Waterloo he was struck on the right thigh
by a cannon-shot,leg amputated. His Lordship has received a Medal for Saliagun and Bc-nevente.
2 Colonel Richardson served with tho regiment in Spain and France, from Doc. 1813 to the end of tliM
war in 1814.
8 Lit'ut. -Colonel Bourerie served In the Peninsula from October, 1812, to the end of Hint war In 1814, In
cluding the battle of Vittoriii. Served also the rampa i en of 1815, rind was wounded nt Waterloo.
4 Ueut-Colonel Smith served the campaigns of 1814 and 15, In Spain, France, and Flanders, and was pmen I
at the battlo of Waterloo. Brevvt-lieut.-cnlonel 28th June, 3fl.
& Mr, Blddoll served tht campaign of ItJJfl, wl vas prr*vnt at the bftttl* of Waterloo.

Htau Qiurfer
Caitlerbur ft

1st ( The King's") Regiment of Dragoon Guards.


" WATERLOO."

121

"ears' Serr.
Colonel.
@ Han. Sir William Lumley,1 GCB. Cornet, 24 Oct. 1787 ; Lieut. 19 May 00 ;
Capt. 4 Dec. 03 ; Major, 10 Mar. 95 ; Lieut.-Col. 25 May, 95 ; Col. 29 April,
Full Half
1802; Major-Gen. 25 Oct. 09; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14; Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ;
P.J. Pay.
Col. lit Dragoon Guards, 30 April, 40.
58

17
16

Lieut. Colonel,
5 Henry Aitchison Hankev, Em. v 26 June, 23 ; Lieut. 1 10 March, 25 ; Capt.
r 15 Aug. 20 ; Major, P 27 Sept. 33 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 March, 39.
Major.
0 James Smith Schonswar, Cornet, t5 War. 29; Lieut. P17 Dec. 30; Capt. P6
May, 30 ; Major, v 2 Aug. 44.
COllSBT.

14
14
33
11
9
8
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6

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0

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0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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6
6
5
4
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3
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1
0
0
0
0
0

5
2
I
1
1
1
1
12

0
0
0
0

9
7
33

0
0

6
29

0
0
0
0

1ft

l*ft0

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

BREVETMAJOR.

CAPTAINS.
Hastings David Sands . .
\lfred Scott
$) Fred. Hainmerslcy* . .
Thomas Ommaney Pipon
Edmund James Power . .

P 18 June 31 P 24 Dec. 33 P 18 May 38


P 27 Sept. 31 Pll July 34 P 8 Mar. 39
P23Jan. 12 P 9 April 12
8 May 40
P17 Oct. 34 P24 Feb. 37 P 20 Nov. 40
P 6 May 30 P 22 Aug. 37 Pll June 41
P 29 Dec. 37 P 14 June 39 P 3 May 44
Geo. Wm. Collins Jackson P 29 Mar. 39 P 12 June 40 P 7 June 44
William Warner Allen . . v 29 Nov. 39 P 30 Apr. 41 P 2 Aug. 44
LIEUTENANTS.
1 July 36 12 Jan. 38 5 Capt. Hammenlej served
JO Richard Hollis, adj.
the Peninsula from Aug.
Robert Otho Travers .... P 15 Sept. 37 P21 Aug. 40 in
1812 to the end of that war In
James Peach Cleaver. . . . P 15 June 39 P17 June 42 1814, and was present at the
George Wm. Blathwayt P20 Nov. 40 P 5 Aug. 42 battles of Vittoria and Toulouse,
P 7 Aug. 40 P 16 Aug. 42 and the investment of, and
Lockhart Little
Heights before Pampeluna.
Pll June 41 P 19 Jan. 44 the
William Tuthill
Shot through the (boulder
P 12 Feb. 3C P 10 July 37 whilst protecting a house In
James S. Stirling Stuart P 17 June 42 P 3 May 44 the neighbourhood of Dublin,
duty in 1806, when In the
Charles Geo. O'Callaghan P 6 May 42 P22 Dec. 43 on
Militia.
Edw. Rob. Starkie Hence P 16 Aug. 42 P 2 Aug. 44
CORNETS.
Richard Burke, R.M. .. 8 May 40
Thomas Milles Riddell . . P 9 May 43
William Gray Draper . . P 19 Jan. 44
Win. Hatficld de Ilodca P 26 Apr. 44
P 10 May 44
Mordaunt Fenwick .... P 14 June 44
Samuel Ruggles Drisc . . P 23 Aug. 44
Paymatter.Thomas Sni ales, 30 July, 44; Em. P31 May, 33; if. 20 May, 36;
Capt. 16 April, 42.
Adjutant.?BZ9 Lieut. I) icliard Hollis 8 July, 36.
Quarter-Master. Jose] h Missett, 30 March, 3S.
Surgeon.$ Thomas Lew U/M.D. 191Tov. 30; Atil t.-Surg. 9 Sept. 13; Hotp.Ast'at. 8 July 11.
A stistant-Surgeon.Wm . Ord Mackei izic, M.D. 4 J un. 39.
Veterinary Surgeon.Jo hn Mellows, t Nov. 01.
ScarletFacin gs Blue.Agt nts, Messrs. C 'ox & Co.

[Returnedfrom Canada, Aug. 1843.]


I Sir William Lumlcy commanded the 22nd Light Dragoons In Ireland during the rebellion In 1706; wu
oercly wounded through the ankle joint at Antrim, and preserved the town from lelng burnt by the
rebel*. Subsequently sirred in the command of that corps in the first expedition to Egypt under Sir ILilph
Abrreromby. Appointed to the stuff at the Cape of Good Hopp in 1800, but was afterwards transferred to
b second in command of the expedition under Sir Samuel Auchmuty to South America; commanded the
advance on landing in the Rio de la Plate, and nt the capture of Monte Video, and the subsequent disas
trous proceedings at Buenos Ay res under Li cut.- General M litlelock. Commanded the advance and landing
at the capture of the Island of Incliia, 1800. Appointed to the staff in the Peninsula in 1810; Joined tho
army In the North of Portugal, and served as Mnj or- General in Lord Hill's division, and subsequently in
the same dtvUion under Lord Bi-resford ; commanded on the Chrlstoval side at the rlrt siege of Uadnjoz in
1811, and upon the raiting of that siege lie commandtd the whole of the allied cavalry at thu battle of Atbaton, and also at the cavalry action at Usagre. Sir William lias received a medal for Atbuhera.
4 Doctor Lewis srrtd in the FenluuU from July 181 1 to /uno 181.1,

122

2nd (The Queen's) Regiment of Dragoon Guards.

Yean' Sen.

Colonel.
Sir Thomas Gage Moutresor,1 KCH. Ent. 12 March, 1783 ; Lieut. 4 April, 83 ;
dipt. 17 June, 94 ; Major, 12 April, 99 ; Lieut.-Col. 27 June, 1801 ; Col. 25
Full Half July, 10;.ZIftyor-Ge.4June,13; iieuf.-Gen.27 May,25; Gen. 23 Nor. 41 ;
Pay. Pay.
Col. 2nd Dragoon Guards, 20 Feb. 37.
62

L ieut.- Colonel.
20

0 Henry Wilmot Charleton, Cornet, P23 June 25; Lieut. v30 Dec. 26; Capt.
P 1 3 Nov. 32 ; Major, P 1 3 Dee. 39 ; Lleut.-Col. vn June, 41 .

13

0 William Campbell, Cornet, PC Jan. 32; Lieut, P 12 Apr. 33; Capt. P27 May, 36;
Major, Pll June, 41.

Major.

COBN'ET.

20
17
12
11
14
9

CAPTAINS.
Power Le Poer Trench . . P12 Aug. 24
0 Hen. St. John Mildinay . . P20 Nov. 28
0 John Chichester Kuox . . P 13 Sept. 33
P 17 Jan. 34
0
I'll Oct. 31
0
0 Jackson Villiers Tuthill . . P 30 Apr. 3G

LIEUT.

P 17 Dec. 25
P 8 June 30
P14 Aug. 35
P24 April 35
P 25 July 34
P 17 May 39

CAPTAIN.

BBBVETMAJOR-

P30 Dec. 26 23 NOT. 41


P 7 Apr. 37
Pll June 41
P 3 Dec. 41
P 4 Aug. 43
P 5 Dec. 43

LIEUTENANTS.
10
8
C
6
7

B
5
4
5
3

0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

4
2
2
1
14

0
0
0

10
9
20

0
0
8A

7
10

0
0

0
0

Francis Haviland, adj. . . 24 Nov. 35 29 Sept.37


P 6 Oct. 37 P13 Dec. 39
Robt. Wm. Dallas
Fred. James Ibbetsou . . PI 7 May 39 P18 Dec. 40
P13 Dec. 39 pll June 41
Charles Hugh Key .... P 0 Mar. 38 P 23 April 39
John Henry Ellis Ridley P23 Sept. 36 P 12 June 40
Charles Edward Conyers P 18 Dec. 40 P 25 Nov. 42
John Southcote Manscrgh Pll June 41 P I) May 43
Charles William Calvcrt P C Nov. 40 P31 Mar. 43
Nathaniel Eyre Robbins P 25 Nov. 42 P 5 Dec. 43
CORNETS.
30 Apr. 41
George Bushman, R.M.
P 9 May 43
John Carstairs Jones. . . . P 15 Dec. 43
P28 June 44
Edward Amnhlett . .
Paymaster.Wm. Neville Custance, 26 Oct. 41; Ent. Pll Oct. 31; Lieut.
1 20 June, 35 ; Capt. P 1C Mar. 38.
Af(jutnnt.Lieut. Francis Haviland, 4 Dec. 35.
Quarter-Master.John Haviland, 15 July, 36.
Surgeon. William Steele, 29 May, 35; Assist.-Surg. 18 May, 12; Hosp.Assist.Q Mar. 11.
Aitiitant-Surgcon.Thomas Honor Wheeler, 28 Dec. 38.
Veterinary Surgeon.Opie Smith, 20 Feb. 36.
ScarletFacing} Black.Agents, Messrs. Charles Hopklnson & Co.

Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane & Co.


[Returnedfrom France, November, 1818.]
1 Sir Thomai Montroor hu been twenty-four yean on regimental full-pay, during which period h Mrrtd
it Gibraltar In 1790 and 81 ; in Flanden and Holland in 1703, 4, and 8 j tin Egyptian campaign of 1801 ;
and nibcoquently man/ yean in India.

>] 3rd(TJte Prince of Wales's) Regt. of Dragoon Guards. 123


" TALAVERA" " ALBUUERA" " VITTORIA " " PENINSULA."
Yef Scrr.

Colonel.
Francis Newbcry,1 Comet, 12 Mar. 94; Lieut. 28 Mar. 04 ; Capt. 29 Mar. 94;
51
Major, SO Mar. 00 ; Lieut.-Col. 25 April, 08 ; Col. 4 June, 14 ; Major-Gen.
Pull Hlf
27 May, 25 ; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Colonel 3rd Dragoon Guards,
P7. P7.
24 Sept. 42.

20

18

1A

Lieut.-Colonel.
Thomas Arthur, Cornet, P23 June, 1825 ; Lieut, P 10 Sept. 20 ; Capt. P8Fcb.
31 ; Major, P 15 Sept. 38 ; Lieut.-Col. P 12 May, 43.
Major.
Christopher Teesdale, Em. Pll July, 1820; Lieut. P 15 June, 30; Capt.
P 1 June, 32; Major, P 12 May, 43.
COKNET.

CAPTAIN.

LIEUT.

CAPTAINS.

14
13
14
12
10
10

0
0
0
0
0
0

John Daniel Dyson .... P 9 Dec.


P 9 Mar.
P17 Aug.
Francis Watt
P 18 Oct.
P 30 Jail.
Isaac Redston Warner . . P 30 Oct.

20
8
7
7
5
3
3
8
S

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

LIEUTENANTS.
Aylmer L. Bourke, R.M.
7 July 25
P 24 Mar. 37
William Squire
Henry Hickman Bacon . . P 8 June 38
P 15 Sept. 38
Edward Bagwell
P 30 Oct. 40
A. Rudkin Robinson, adj. 22 July 42
P 5 Aug. 42
Charles Furdon Coote . . P 8 Nor. 42
P 10 Feb. 43
Richard Croker

2
1
1
1

0
0
0
0

CORSETS.
Thomas Edward Whitby P 12
P 15
Frederick Aston Oakes . . P 5
John Wyclifle Thompson P22

IS

3
4
38
4
20

0
0
0
0
0

May
Mar.
Julv
Nov.

31
32
31
33
35
35

P 22
P 30
P 8
P27
P15
16

Mar. 33
Jan. 35
July 36
Oct. 37
Sept. 38
May 39

18 Jan.
f 2 Aug.
P 8 Nov.
P 10 Feb.
P 17 Mar.
11 May
P 12 May
P 6 July
P22 Nov.

P 8 July
P 8 Nov.
P 10 Feb.
P 17 Mar.
P 12 May
P 5 July

BKEVJBT
MAJOR.

36
42
43
43
43
44

27
42
42
43
43
43
43
44
44

43
44
44
44

Paymaster.Ernest Aug . Hawker, 10 Oct. 38 ; Entr. 30 Sept. 30; Lieut. *K


July, 30.
Adjutant.Lieut. Andre a R. Robinson , 2 Aug. 42.
Quarter-Master.$ Job. n Heydon,3 30 April, 41.
Surgeon.{) George Alex . Stephenson,3 28 Oct. 13 ; .Assist. Surg. 14 May, 07.
Assistant Surgeon.Thor oas Joliffe Tuf nell, 1 1 June, 41.
Veterinary Surgeon.Isa ac Timm, 17 I 'eb. 25.
Scarlet Facings Ye How. Agent t, Messrs. Co x and Co.
Irish Agents, Sit E. H. Borouj h, St., Armil &Co.
[Returnedfiom France, .. "anuary, 181C ]

I IJeut.-General Newbory served in Ireland during Iho rebellion, In 1798, and was engaged with the
rebeli and taking the French at Ballinamuck. In 1316 commanded the first Cavalry Brigade at the siege
and capture of Hattras. In 1817 and 18 commanded the Cavalry of the left Division of the Marquli of
Hasting*' grand army, which was ttic first Division engaged with the Plndareen, and took the whole of their
baggage and camp. Wai then removed to tho command of the Cavalry with a Light Division, under MajorGeneral Sir T. Brown, and captured at Romporah nine pieces of Artillery, and the Artillery-General. In
Jan. 1918, at Joud his brigade was broken up, but two days after, the Rajah of Joud fired Into the British
romp, and Sir T. Brown immediately ordered him to resume the command of the Cavalry, when he was
present at the blowing open the gates, attack of the place, and routing and pursuing the enemy's troops.
3 Quarter-Master Heydon's services: expedition to Walchercn, siege of Flushing, and expedition to
South Hereland, in 1809; Peninsular Campaign* of 1812 and 13.
3 Mr. StephensoQ served in the Peninsula from March 1809 to Hie end of that war in 1814.

124

<ith (Royal Irifh) Regiment of Dragoon Guards.

[ .tcahir.

Ou the Standards and Appointments the HARP AND CROWN, and the
Star of ST. PATRICK, with the motto " Qu'u Separabit ? "
" PENINSULA."
Year*' Serv
Colonel.
Sir George Anson,1 GCB. Cornet, 3 May, 1786; Lieut. 16 March, 91;
69
1 Cant.
9 Sept. 02 ; Major, 25 Dec. 94 ; Lieut.-Col. 21 Dec. 97 ; Col. 1 Jan.
05; Mnj.-Gen. 25 July 10; Lieut.-Gen. 12 Aug. 19 ; Gen. 10 Jan 37 ; Col.
Full Huif
Puy. Pay.
4th Dragoon-Guards, 84 Feb. 27.
Lieut.-Colonel.
D ffffii James Charles Chattertoii,* KH. Cornet, P 23 Nov. 09; Lieut. 6 June,
30
11 ; Capt. I' 20 March, 1; Major, P22 July, 24; Lieut.-Col. P 18 Dec. 27 ;
Co/. 23 Nov. 41.
Jl/>r.
19
0 Edward Cooper Hodge, Cornet, 3 Aug. 20; Lieut. P 3 July 28; Capt. P 19 Dec.
34; A/n/oi-, >'3 Dec. 41.

GA

CAPTAINS.
George Wynell Mayow . .
Clement Robert Archer. .
Ferdinand W. Arkwright
James Temple Bowdoin
William Charles Forrest

COUNET.

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

P 9 June 25
1'21 May 29
P 9 Aug. 33
P12 Sept. 34
Pll Mar. 30
P 8 April 30

P 12 Feb. 30
P 13 Aug. 30
P 2 June 37
P 30 Mar. 38
P 5 Jan. 39
P 27 April 38

P 6 Mar. 35
P 24 April 35
P 14 July 43
Pll Sept. 40
P 7 Sept. 41
P 4 Oct. 44

BREVET
MAJOR.

17
1G
12
11
9
9

3
0
0
0
0
0

8
7
6
5
9
5
7
10

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2
2
2
1
1

0
0
0
0
0

39

i*

2
11
38

Paymaster.$} Aug. Clms. Drawwater,* 11 Nov. 10; En*. 1 May,05: Lieut,


P 20 March, OG; Capt. 15 Aug. 11.
0 Adjutant. Cornet John Mullen, 10 March, 43.
0 Quarter-Master.$J John Andrews, 20 June, 34.
Surgeon.$J John Bickerton Flanagan,5 21 Oct 13 ; Assist.-Sttrg. 12 Marco, 07 ;

ti

C
17

0 Assist. Surgeon.Edwin Adolphus, M.D. 20 Sept. 39.


0 Veterinary Surgeon.James Rainsford, 25 Dec. 28.

LIEUTENANTS.
Thos. Oliver W. Coster . . P 4 Aug. 37
George Thomson Jacob . . P 27 April 38
Melbourne KemeysTynte P 10 Aug. 39
Fra. Rowland Forster. . . . P 7 Feb. 40
Josias Rogers John Coles' P 2 Sept. 36
HenryJohn B.TowerBaker P 15 Dec. 40
John Gore Townsend. . . . P 28 Dec. 38
Richard Souter, R.M. . . 25 Sept. 35
CORNETS.
9 Mar. 43
Fra. Hastings G. JVicolls P 2 June 43
Ernest Henry Lane .... P 14 July 43
Thomas Miller Clarke .. 30 July 44
Michael M'Creaeh.
26 Julv 44

i> 23 Nov. 38
P 10 Aug. 39
P 3 Dec. 41
P 11 Mar. 42
P 22 Mar. 39
P 10 Mar. 43
P 29 Nov. 39
P 4 Oct. 44

4 Captain Dn iwwater served


In the Eipedt Ion to Copenhagcn in 1807; the capture of
Martinique ; ur d subsequently
in the Peninsu! i, Including the
battle of Buiac >.
5 Mr. Fionas an wired in tin Peninsula, ineluding the bat tics of the I'yren en, Orthes, and
subsequent atVu re. Served ulio D the American
war, Including the siege of ant repulse of the
sortie at Fort Erie, and the defeat of the

Hotp.-Assist. 6 May, OC.


ScarletFacings'Bluc.Agent9Geo. Samuel Collyer, Esq.Irish Agents,'M.edsn.CKDekCo.
[Returnedfrom Portugal, May, 1813.]
1 Sir George Aniun served in Holland under H.R. II. The Duko of York and Sir Ralph Abcrcrnmty.
Served also the campnlfina of 1800, 10, II, 12, nnd 13 in the Peninsula; commanded the 10th Light Dra
goons at the bnttlo of Oporto; and a brigade of Light Cavalry at the battles ofTalavera. Busaco, Salamanca,
and Vlttoria. Sir Gcorcc has received a Medal and two Clasps for Talavera, Salamanca, find Yittorin.
2 Colonel Chatterlou served in Portugal, Spain, Flanders, and France, from 1611 to 1818, including the
affairs at Furntc Guinaldo, and Ald^a de I'oiile; the sieges of Ciudad Uodrigo, and B&dajos; actions at
Usagro, Llercna, Sulnmanca, Heights of San Chritoval, Hueda, Castraj on, to the Battle of Salamanca ;
affairs at Tudela, Valladolid, and Celada del Camino, to the luve&tment end siege of Burgos ; the actions at
Monastcrio, Qutntana Pnllu, Vvnta del Pozo, and Cabezou, upon the retreat from Burgos to Salamanca;
thence the out-posts at the Pnssnge of the Huebra, to ClitJad Rodrigo. Upon the advance of the army from
Portugal; the action at Osnm ; Battle of Vittoria; actions at Villa Franca and Tolosa, to the siege and cap
ture of San Sebastian. The actions on crossing the Bidassoa, and carrying tho enemy's fortified entrench
ments. The battle- of the Nivcile at St. Jean do l,u/; at Anglet; and in front of Bnyunne; battle of the
Nive; passage of the Adour, and invustiiH-nt of Boyunne ; occupation of Bordeaux; passage of the Garonne,
and attuir at Etauliers upon the passage of the Dordogne ; battles of Qu at re Bras and Waterloo; the
advance to and capture of Paris ; and with the army of occupation in France.
3 Lieut. Coles served with the 4th Light Dragoons in the campaign under Lord Keano in Sciude and
Affghaniitan In 1898-9, ami ivai present at the taking of Ghuznee.

] 5th (The Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Reg. of Dr. Gds. 125


The motto " Vettigia nulta retrortum." " SALAMANCA"" VITTORIA"
"TOULOUSE"" PENINSULA."
Tears' Serv.

C5
Foil Half
P"*.

p.r.

96

1*

25

Colonel.
Sir John Slade, Sort. ' GCH., Cornet, 11 May, 1780 ; Lieut. 28 April, 83 ;
Capt. 24 Oct. 87; -S/Vtfor, 1 March, 94; Lieut.-Col. 29 April, 95; Cof. 29
April, 1802 ; Major-Gen. 25 Oct. 09 ; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan.
37; Col. 5th Dragoon Guards, 20 July 31.

Lieut.-Colonel.
Hon. James Vorke Scarlett, Cornet, P 26 March, 18; Xicic*. P 24 Oct. 21 ; Capt.
P 9 June, 25 ; Major, P 11 June, 30 ; Lieut.-Col. f 3 July, 40.

Major.
Francis Westcnra, Cornet, v 31 July, 17 ; Lieut. P 24 Oct. 21 ; Capt. P 31 Dec25; Brevet-Major, 28 June 38; Regimental-Major, P 3 July, 40.

CORNET.

SO
20
lo
13
10

0
0
0

P 24 Mar.
P 12 Oct.
p 2fl Oct.
Robert Meade, I
P 16 NOY.
0 Robert Bell
0 John Ireland Blackburne P 3 April
0 Arch. Rowan Hamilton . . P 13 May

LIEUTENANTS.
9 0
8 0 James Charles Yorke ....
8 0
8 , 0 George Lloyd Rob-mi ....
7
0 M'm. Noel Algernon Hill
6 0 George Rowan Hamilton
4
4

0 Charles Holder

P 17 June
P 13 Jan.
P 30 J:M'
P 28 Nov.
P 10 Aug.
P 10 Aug.
P 11 Mav
P 26 Oct.

CAPTAIN.

WEPT.

25
25
30
32
35
36

P 14 Fcb
P 26 June
P 14 Dec.
P 27 June
P 17 June
P 30 June

28
27
32
34
36
37

36
37
37
37
38
39
41
41

p 28 Nov 37
P 10 Aug. 38
P 5 April 39
P 3 July 40
P 20 Oct. 41
P 3 June 42
P27 Jan. 43
P30 July 44

P 28 Dec
P 8 Mar
P 30 Dec.
P 9 Mar
P26 Oct
P-27 Jan.

BREVETMAJOB.

3
33
36
38
41
43

CORNETS.

30
&
3
2
1
29

6
4

96

OJan. 25
0 $) James Henley, H. M. *
7 May 40
0 Thomas Robbins, adj. . .
0 Sir\Vm.Hen.Don,Bt... P 3 June 42
0 Hob.Hen. Payne Crawfurd P27 Jan. 43
0 Thomas John Bridge. . . . P 30 July 44

'A

Paymaster.Henry Aug. Jackson, 15 Dec. 37 ; Em. 27 Aug. 15 : Lieut. 8

April, 25 ; Capt. 18 Dec. 35.


0 Adjutant. Cornet Thomas Robbins, 8 May, 40.
0 Quarter-Master.Alexander Langfonl, 18 June, 41.
^ft Surgeon.James Barlow,5 M.D. 29 July, 13; Assilt,-Surg. 5 March, 07 ; Ifotp.Auist. 25 June, 03.

9
31

0 Asriitant-Surgeon.Duncan Affleck, 15 Jan. 36.


0 Veterinary Surgeon.921 John Constant," 3 March, 14.
ScarletFacingi Green.Agents, Messrs. Cox 4 Co.
[Returnedfrom Spain, July, 1814.]

1 Sir John Slade wired In Portugal and Spain, under Sir John Moore, in command of the Huscar
Brigade, Including the different operation! terminating with the battle of Corunna. Placed again on the
staff in the Penlnnula, in Aug. IbCO, where he served until June, 1813, in command of a brigade of cavalij.
Sir John has received a Medal and one Claip for the batttes of Corunna and Fuentes d'Onor.
a Cornet Henley served the campaign of 1814 In the Peninsula, Including the battle of Toulouse.
> Dr. Barlow's lenrlces : Eipeditlon to Copenhagen In 1807; capture of Martinique In 1801) j campaign
of IblA In the Krtherlands and France.
I Mr. Constant served at Waterloo on the 16th, 17th, and 18th June.

126

6th Regiment of Dragoon Guards (Carabineers.)

r HeaJ Quarter*,
L a; York.

Years' Serr.

Colonel.
50

^ Sir Thomas Hawker,1 KCH. Cornet, 12 May, 1795; Lieut. 5 April, 96;
Capt 10 July, 99 ; Major, 23 NOT. 1804 ; Lieut.-Col. 2 Sept. 08 ; Col. 4 June,
Full Half
14; Major-Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieut-Gen. 28 June, 38; Col. 6th Dragoon
Pay. Pay.
Guards, 5 June, 39.

Lieut.-Colonel.
39

0 V 3183 James Jackson,3 KH. Em. 9 Oct. 06 ; Lieut. 25 Jan. 08 ; Capt. P 25 June,
13; Brevet-Major, 18 June, 16; Major, P26 April, 27; Brevet-Lieut.-Col.
25 May, 26; Lieut.-Col. P 2 March, 39 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41.

37

JtfVy'or.
David Hay, Cornet, 6 Oct. 08 ; Lieut. P 31 Oct. 11 ; Capt. v 5 Aug. 19 ; BrevetMajor, 10 Jan. 37 ; Regtl.-Major, P 14 April, 37 ; Brevet-Lt.-Col. 1 NOT. 42.

COBNET.

20
19
16
14
13
8
23
10
7

7
6

7
4
4
3
2
2
2
2
13
10
10
35

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

BREYBTMAJOR.

Henry Richmond Jones . . v 9 June 2o P 14 NOT. 26 P 1 2 June 30


Henry Hayhurst France P 2 NOT. 26 P 10 Feb. 29 P 25 Jan. 33
Thomas Edward Taylor. . P 10 Feb. 29 P 26 April 31 P 2 NOT. 38
Hon. A. G. Fred. Jocelyn P 26 April 31 P 6 July 32 P17 Aug. 41
James Henry Dickson . . P 6 July 32 P 22 May 35 P 29 Dec. 43
Edward Lewis Pryse .... P 17 Mar. 37 P 2 NOT. 38 P 2 Aug. 44
LIEUTENANTS.
25 Oct. 22 16 Feb. 26
0 William 8. Philips, R.M.
6 Oct. 38
0 Thomas Manders, adj. . . P 30 July 35
P
fi Oct. 38 P14Aug 40
0
P 2 Nor. 38 p 13 July 41
0
P 6 Sept. 39 P17 Aug 41
0 Phillips Buchanan
P17 Aug. 38 P 22 April 42
0
P 13 July 41 P31 Mar. 43
0 Frederick Hankcy,
0 Edward Hare Croker .... P17 Aug. 41 P 9 June 43
0 Charles John Bourchier. . P 22 April 42 P 29 Dec. 43
0 Frederick Charles Polhill P31 Mar. 43 P 2 Aug. 44
CORNETS.
0 Samuel James Morton . . P 9 June 43
0 Charles Edward Walker P 29 Dec. 43
P 14 Anril 43
0 Harrv Lee Carter
0 Paymaster.Oliver Vaughan Jackson, 14 Feb. 40; Ens. P2 Mar. 32 Lieut
P 27 May, 36.
0 Adjutant.Lieut. Thomas Manders, 31 July, 35.
0 Quarter-Master.Thomas Smith, 26 June, 35.
Surgeon.g John Heriot,4 M.D. 16 April, 12 ; Assistant-Surgeon. 8 NOT. 04
Hasp.-Assist. 11 May, 04.
0
0
0
0
0
0

19 A Assistant-Surgeon.Henry Carline, 28 Sept. 26; Hospital-Assistant, 31 Aug. 26.


12 19ft Veterinary Surgeon.Thomas Browne, 25 July, 34 ; Ens. 25 Dec. 13.

ScarletFacings White.Agents, Messrs. Cor & Co.


(Returned from Buenos Ayres, 1808.]

Including the capture of Beni-Boo-Ali, as Military Secretary to Sir Lionel Smith, and, for
lie wa recommended by the Marquis of Hasting! for the rank of Lleut.-Colonel.
4 Dr. Heriot errert In the Peninlula from June, 1809, to the end of the war. Including the battlei of
Talavera and Salamanca, siege of Burgoi, and bullies of Yittorta, the Pywneoi, ami Orthei:

Cmbarkcd for the Cape of "1


Good Hope, April, 1849. J

*..7 t rni

n_TJ
71 \ r>
Itli ( The Princess
RoijaTs)
Regimentif
of
Dragoon Guards,

r Serving on the

j_ Fromier..

Colonel.
Sir Evan Lloyd,1 KCH. Cornet, 25 Nov. 1780; Lieut. 5 Fob. 87; Capt. 25
Oct. 93; Major, 1 Sept. 95; Lieiit.-Col. 11 Feb. 99; Col. 25 Oct. 1809;
Pall Half
Major-Gen. 1 Jan. 12 ; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col,
Pay. Pa)-.
7th Dragoon Guards, 18 March, 36.
(55

Lieut.-Colonel.
Robert Richardson, Cornet, P 8 June, 26 ; Lieut. P 0 April, 29 j Cnp*. i> 16 Aug.
33 ; Major, P 18 June, 41 ; Lieut.-Col. P 22 Dec. 43.
Major.
Thomas Le Merchant, Cornet, P 14 June, 27 ; Lieut. P 11 June, 30 ; Capt. 1 17
Oct. 34; Myor, P22 Dec. 43.

10

18

CORNET.

15
12
13
11
25
10
10

I
\
'
|

0
0
0
0
0

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

30
33
32
34
20
35
85

P 16 Aug. 33
P 8 July 36
P 12 June 35
22 Aug. 37
P 12 Oct. 25
P 27 Mar. 40
P 24 April 40

P 24 July 35
P 18 June 41
1 14 July 41
P24 Feb. 43
25 Feb. 43
P 10 Mar. 43
P 22 Dec. 43

P 8 July 36
P 30 Oct. 35
P 27 Mar. 40
18 June 41
P 3 Dec. 41
P 8 April 42
P24 Nov. 29
P 5 Aug. 42

P 3 Dec. 41
P 14 Jan. 42
P 22 July 42
23 Feb. 43
P24Feb. 43
P 10 Mar. 43
15 Sept. 37
P 7 June 44

John Hope Gibsone .... P 8 Oct.


Edward Codrington .... P 17 Aug.
Sir Harry Darell,3 Sort. P 1 June
19 Dec.
3M Robert Bambrick 4 . . 14 Dec.
P 16 Jan.
P 24 July

BRBVBTMAJOR.

LIEUTENANTS.

9 ! 0
10 I 0
5 0
4 0
4 0
3 0
1G 0
3 ' 0

2 I 0
20

19

William Hogg
R. W. Arkwright, R.M.
Arthur Knight, adjutant
Atwood Dalton Wigsell. .
Antoiue Sloet Butler
John Hamilton Gray ....
Pearson Scott Thompson
CORNETS.
Charles Edward Petre . .
Charles Arkwright

P 22 July 42
P 24 Feb. 43
P 16 Mar. 43
AnnesleyPaul Gore .... P 7 April 43
John Thomas Cramer . . P22 Dec. 43
P 23 Aug. 44
Paymaster. Wm. Sheppey Greene, 26 June, 40 j Era. 18 Dec. 24; Lieut.
P7 Aug. 27.
Adjutant.Lieut. Arthur Knight, 23 July, 41.
Quarter-Matter.Henry Magill, 10 March, 43.
Surgeon.John Stewart Graves,5 2 July, 41; Asiitt.-Surgcon, 28 Sept. 26;
Hotp.-Atsitt. 22 Feb. 26.
Auift.-Surgeon.William John Power, 14 July 37.
Veterinary Surgeon.John Bruer Miniken, 24 March 43.
ScarletFacings black.Agenti, Messrs. Cox & Co.

1 Sir Evan Lloyd served on regimental full-pay from 1780 to 1812, the whole period In the 17th Light
nrl-"oon and was present with that corps ill nearly all the actions and sieges in which it was engaged In
India He also served in South Anu ricii in ISOti and 7, and was at the taking of Monte Video, and In tho
eipedition to Buenos Ayres, during which service tho regiment was armed with muskets, and acted as
In?^'i7 Harry Dari'll served with the 18th Royal Irit.h on the China Expedition, and was present at tho first
,in Bam'brick served tho campaign of 1815 with the llth Light Dragoons, and wa> present at the
ili of Waterloo. Also at the (itgo and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1885 6.
5 Mr Gmves served with the 4th Light Dragoons during the campaign In Afghanistan under Lord
. 'od was present at the siege and capture of Ghuinee.
127

1st (Royal) Regiment of Dragoons.

128

I Head Quarter*.
L at Dublin.

On the Standards an Eagle." PENINSULA"" AVATERLOO."

Dears' 6rv

51
'oil Half
Pay. Pay.

Colonel.
B 521 Sir Arthur Benjamin Clifton,1 KCB. KCH. Cornet, 6 June, 1794; iru*.
7 AUK 1794; Cp. 27 Feb. 1799; Major, 17 Dec. 1803; Lieut. Col. 25 July,
1810; Col. 12 Aug. 1819; Major Gen. 22 July 30 ; Lieut.-Oen. 23 NOT. 41 ;
Co/. 1st Dragoons, 30 Aug. 42.
Lieut.-Colonel.
9 a& Thomas Marten,' KH. Cornet & Sub-Lieut. 22 Nov. 13; Lieut, v 23
June, 17 ; Cnpt. P 4 May, 22 ; Jtfwjor, P 12 Dec. 26 ; Lieut.-Col. 29 May, 3i>.

31

10

0 Francis Hearle Stephens, J?w. P23 Feb. 26; Lieut. 31 July, 28; Co/if. P 17

Major.
July, 35 ; Afq/or, P 25 Nov. 42.
CORNET.

LIEUT.

CAPTAIK.

P21 Dec. 32
P 5 Dec. 34
P 1 May 35
P 28 July 40
P23July 41
P 7 Sept. 41

P 1 May 35
P14 Dec. 41
P 28 Jan. 42
P 14 Oct. 42
P 23 June 43
P 13 Oct. 43

BREVETMAJOR.

CAPTAINS.
16
13
11
10
10
9

0
0
0
0
0
0

13
6
6
5
4
4
C
3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3
2
2
2
1

0
0
0
0
0

1 24 Dec. 29
P21 Dec. 32
William Charles Yates . . P 30 May 34
P 5 June 35
Robert Wardlaw
Evan Herbert Lloyd .... P 4 Sept. 35
Chas. C. Waldo Sibthorp P 28 Oct. 36
LIEUTENANTS.
John Chamberlain, R.M.
1 June 32
P 1 Mar. 39
Walter B. Barttelot
P 23 April 39
P 30 Oct. 40
6 Sept. 41
P14 Dec. 41
P 23 June 39
Wm.de Cardonnel Elmsall P 1 July 42
CORNETS.
Aug. Henry De Trafford P 14 Oct. 42
Hen. John WyndharnKing P 19 May 43
P 13 Oct. 43
Joseph John Henley .... P27 Oct. 43
Theodore Wirgman, adj. P29 Nov. 44

P 10 July 35
P 14 Dec. 41
P 28 Jan. 42
P 14 Oct. 42
22 June 43
P23 June 43
P 19 Aug. 42
P 13 Oct. 43
8 Lieut.-Col. Marten lerred the campaign o f
1814, in the Pa ilniula, with the household bricade. Also th B campaign of 1815, including
tile bnttlo of \V aterloo.
6 Dr. Hurtle' icrved In the Peninsula, and
was present at the battle of Salamanca.

Paymaster.Lawrence I ukc Esmonde White, 29 St pt. 43; Eiit. P 18 Jan. 31 ;


Lieut. P 26 June, 35.
1
0 Adjutant. Cornet Theo lore Wirgman 29 Nov. 44.
11
0 Quarter-Master.Wi J ohn Partridge , 18 July, 34.
34
Surgeon.$ John Metgc Hartley,4 M.L . 31 Aug. 26 , Astitt.-Surg. 27 Dec. 10.
Astist.-Surgeon.John C irogan, M. B. 16 April, 41.
4
ft 0 Veterinaru Surneon.M atthew Poett. 21 Anril. 37.
ScarletFacing* Blue.Agent*, Messrs. Cox & Co.Iri*h Agents, Messrs. Cane & Co.
[Returnedfrom France, January, 1816.]

14

1 Sir Arthur Clifton's services :Campaigns of l&OO, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and IS. Commandid a squadron
In covering knd supporting four Spanish guns at the bnltle of Tulnvera, and employed in different subse
quent operations; battle of Busaco, punuit of MasBcna from Sanlurem, taking from him prisoners and bag
gage ; battle of Puentes d'Onor, actions at Nave d'Arer. Kl Bodon, Fueiite Guinaldo, and A Idea de Ponte ;
several affairs during the retreat of the army from Salamanca to Citi'itid Rodrigo ; charged with a squadron
a body of Piench Infantry under General Clausi-1, near Salamanca, killing or taking nearly a hundred of the
enemy; battle ot Ylttoria, blockade of Pampeluna, several affairs In tlic Pyrenees, battle of Toulouce,
kinnlihlne; with the enemy and covering the retreat on the 17th of June, and battle of Waterloo. Sir
Arthur has received a Medal and one Clasp for Fuentcs d'Onor and Vittoria.

2<f (Royal North British} Regt. of Dragoons.


Yean-Srrr.

129

On the Standards an Eagle." WATERLOO."

Colonel.
Sir Wm. Kier Grant,1 KCB. GCH. Em. 30 May, 1792; Lieut. 18 Feb. 93;
Fall Half
Capt. 6 July, 04; Major, C Jan. 9G; Lieut.-Col. 3 Dec. 1800; Col. 25 July,
Pay. Pay.
10; Major-Gen. 4 June, 13 ; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col.
2dDr. 24 Aug.39.
Lieut.-Colonel.
i 24
John Fred. Sales Clarke, Comet, P19 Feb. 18 ; Lieut, v 11 Oct. 21 ; Capt.fU
July, 25 ; Major, P 30 Dec. 37 ; Licut.-Col. P 2 April, -SI .
Major.
10
St. Vincent William Ricketts, Ccrnet, v 13 July, 20; Lieut. P 5 April, 31 ; Capt.
P6 Nov. 35; Major, v 7 April, 43.
53

90
16
10
10
0
0

!
i

CORNET.

CAPTAINS.
Michael Goold Adams . . P 21 July
Henry Darby Griffith . . P 25 Nov.
Donald John M. ilucleod P 10 July
0
P 6 Nov.
P 22 Jan.
0
o Geo. Aug. Filmer Sulivan P 29 July

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

25
28
35
35
30
30

P 30 July 29
P 25 Nov. 31
P 23 Feb. 38
P 28 Dec. 38
v 0 Nov. 40
P 20 Feb. 41

P 28 Dec. 38
P 1 Aug. 34
P 28 Dec. 41
P 22 July 42
P 29 Dec. 43
P 6 April 44

38
38
39
41
39
42
41

P28 Dec. 41
21 July 42
P 22 July 42
P 7 April 43
P 29 Dec. 43
P10 Mar. 43
P 5 April 44

BREV.-MAJ.

LlETJTBHAMTS.

7
0
7 ' 0 George Reid, adjutant . .
C
0 Hugh Montgom.Campbell
4
0 Walter Colquhonn Grant
6
u Frederick Philips, R.M.
3 < 0
4
0 Hen.Tho. C.Smyth Pigott

P 23 Feb.
10 Aug.
P 1 Feb.
P 20 Feb.
P 11 May
P 14 Jan.
P 28 Dec.

CORSETS.
1 0
3
Wm. Francis Carruthcrs
3
0 5irG(-o.Fra.Hampson,J3/.
2
0 Henry Sales Scobcll
2
0
1 ' 0 William Wallace Hozier

P 22 July 42
P 5 Aug. 42
3 Mr. Wlnt ;rscale served at Walcheren, In
P 7 April 43 1800, and In tl te Penlusuln, frol n Sept. 1810, to
Dec.
i. eluding the bat tie of Fuentes
P 29 Dec. 43 d'Onor.1812,
Prs nt at Waterloo.
P 5 April 44

90 ,

0 \Paynuuter.William Crawford, 24 March, 29; Cornet, 17 Aug. 15; Lieut.


25 June, 10.

7 | 0 . Ajjvtant.Lieut. George Reid, 10 Ang. 38.


10 I 0 Quarter-Matter.HiB Michael Nelson, 25 Dec. 35 ; Em. 4 Dec. 35.
38

0 Surgeon.f XH John Winterscale, 3 12 June, 28; Aaitt.-Surg. 8 Feb. 10;


Horp.-AuM. 17 Sept. 09.

4 J 0 \Aaittant-Suryeon.John Ramsay Brush,4 MD., 8 June, 41.


6 | 0 ' Veterinary Surgeon.Thomas Jcx, 4 Oct. 39.
ScarletFacing! Blue.Agents, Messrs. Charles Ilopkinson and Co.
[Returnedfrom France, January, 1816.]
1 Sir Wm. Kier Grant icrred In Flanders, and was present at Faman, siege of Valenciennes, fec.'in 170.1.
U 17M lie ITU present In the actioni of the 17th, 24th, mid 88th of April, the 10th, 17th, 18th, and Kind of
May. Joined the Russian and Austrian army in Italy cnrly in 1700, and served thccampaigns of that and the
l*o following years, including the battles of Novi, Kivoli, Mondovi, Suvillano, Marengo, ice. ; the sieges of
Alexandria, Purranal, Tortona, Cunlo, Barono, Genoa, &c. Sir Wm. served subsequently fifteen years in iho
Ka*t Indies, six years as Adjutant-General, the rest as a Major-General on the staff, during which he WM ft
t'juiilerable time commander of the forces in the Island of Java, and Si-cond member of Council. Commaadfd the force in the fallowing service, viz.: in 1817 and 18 Guzcrat llrld-force, wlilch formed a division
of the army of Ihe Dvccon ; 1810, capture of Rarree and conquest of the Sawuntwarree State ; also, tlio
elptur* 01* Bbooj and conquest of the principality of Cutch; In the Persian Gulf against the Joasmee piratCK,
ineludlns; lh capture of Ras-el-Khyma and Zyah, Arab fortresses.
4 Doctor Brush served with the 20th on the China expedition, and was present at tho rcpulie of the nijlit
i en Ninfjio, at the attuck and rupture of Cliapoo, Woosung and Shanghae, and Chin King Foo.

,!] Srrf ( Tlie King's Own) Regt. of Lt. Dragoon. [8^f^


The White Horse, within the Garter on the 2nd and 3rd Standards, with the Motto. " Jfee
tupera terrent."" SALAMANCA"-" VITTORIA"" TOULOUSE"" PENINSULA."
Colonel.
Years' Serv. " CABOOL, 1842."
9 Lord Charles Somerset Manners, KCB.1 Cornet, 7 Feb. 08 ; Lieut. 1 Jane, 99 ;
47
Capt. 21 Aug. 1800; Major, 1 3 Oct 08 ; Lieut.-Col.l Aug. 11 ; Col.
17 ; Major-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Lt.-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; Col. 3rd Drs. 8 Nov. 39.
Pal Half
Pa, Pay. Lieut.-Colonelt.HESS Sir Joseph Thackwell,* KCB. KH. Cornet, P23 Apr.
00; Lieut. 13 June, 01; Capt.vQ April, 07 ; Major, 18 June, 16; BreeetLieut.-Col. 21 June, 17 ; Begtl.-Lleut.-Col. 15 June, 20 ; Col. 10 Jan. 37.
38
7
White, CB.3 Cornet, P 15 Aug. 04 ; Lt. P 14 May, 05 ; Capt. 7 NOT. 15 ;
40
A Michael
Brevet-Major, 10 Jan. 37 ; Segtl.-Major, 4 Jan. 39 ; Lieut.-Col. P 13 Dec. 39.
Charles
Middleton,
s.la .Ens. 19 Sept. 04; Lieut. 28 Apr.06; Capt. P18;nly,15 ;
36
6
Brev.-Maj. 8 Feb.19 ; Maj. P 16 June,25 ; Lt.-Col. P 19 NOT. 25 ; Col. 28 Ju. 38.
20
0 Majors.Geo. Henry Lockwood, CB. Cornet, P 10 Mar. 25; Lieut. P10 Aug-.
26; Capt. P 7 Sept. 32; Miyor, 6 March, 39; Brevet Lt.-Col. 23 Dec. 42.
18 'A Geo. Alex. Malcolm, CB.5 Ensign, P 31 Dec. 25 ; Lieut, f 7 June 27 ; Capt. P 3O
Dec. 31 ; Major, P 13 Dec. 39 ; Brevet Lt.-Col. 23 Dec. 42._
LIEUT.
CORNET.
BHBT.-MAJ.
CAPTAINS.
20
0 Chas. W. Morley Balders P 10 Nov. 25 P 25 Nov. 28 P 15 July 36
32
14 Jan. li 14 Aug. 15 7 Oct. 36
A John Tritton6
Uuly 37
19
0 John Wm. Yerbury 7 .... P 12 Dec. 26 P 5 July 33
14
0 John Bich. Blagden Hale P 7 June 31 P 16 May 34 P 10 July 37
25
Feb. 20 P 1 Oct. 25 P 1 Aug. 26 26 May 41
A0 JBGough,CB.lsjr. J.C.23D.42 P 241 Mar.
27 P 31 Dec. 30 6 Mar. 39
18
Meyrick Jones
P 23 Aug. 33 P 31 Mar. 37 P 1 Nov. 42
12
0 Walter Unett7
10
0 Wm. Bobert Herries, *.' P 6 Mar. 35 P 12 Apr. 39 P 27 Dec. 42 ISirJ.TbMkwell
20
0 John Edward Dyer* . . .
26 May 25 21 Dec. 26 24 Nov. 43 .TV.':] tile cam
paign In Galicia and Leon under Sir
LIEUTENANTS.
April 27 ljob Moore, ncl was engaged !
16
John Edward Codd . . . P 21 July 25 P.. 27
,i a
,. |*cai
ivcral IKinnlie
skirmishes,, and
lad present at tie
- .
"!.
18
0 Samuel Fisher8
15 June 27 P16 Aug. 81 [battle or Com
Served the earn.
paigns or 1813 and 14 in UK P<n.
18
0 Wm. Howe HadBeld...
25 Oct. 27 P 20 Sept. 31 insula.
Including
the
of Vlu
17
0 George
1
1 May 28 P17 Aug. 32 toria, the Pyrenees in battles
Newton
front or Pam.
15
0 George Forbes 7
10 Dec. 30 15 Feb. 34 neluna, 27tli, fSth. th, and 3O<J|
; blockade or Pampeluna, frota
16
0 W. E. Fitz Edward Barnes 19 Nov. 29 P 24 July 35 July
18th to the 31st Oct., when it surren
12
0 James
.
Martin "
6 Sept. 33 Pll Mar. 36 dered
; battle or Orthes, affair at
7 Oct. 36 Tarbes, and battle or Toulouse t be
11
0 Edward Geo. Swinton . .
6 June 34
sides
many affairs oT advanced,
P
17
Mar.
37
P
18
July
34
0
.
11
James Cowell16
guards, out-posts, &C. Served als
8
0 ,John Sullivan.7 adjutant
9 July 37 31 Dec. 39 the
campaign or 1815, Including tha
P 10 July 37 P16 Nov. 41 action at Quatre Bras, the retreat
0 Henry Wood7
8
April 42 the follnwin* dy> and battle or
P 11 July 37 n 29
0 Edmund Boche "
8
on
-I t o ' Waterloo. Commanded the cavalry
0 George
1
8
Cookes
14 July 37 P 2U April 42 division or the army oT the Indus
42 [during the Affghanislan campaign t
6
0 1Charles Bowles 7
16 Aug. 39 P 131 Nov.
June 43"" "'"'"'' "" T ***
5
0 JJonas Hamilton Travers ' 28 Feb. 40
capture of ubuxnec [ and com
P 16 April 41 24 Nov. 43 manded the I'd column of the army
4
0 1Boger Casement7
iii march from Cabool to Bengal.
6
0 Edward
]
B. Cureton " . . 21 June 39 19 Dec. 43 n
Commanded the cavalry division la
7
Blackburnc Hawkes 2 Mar. 38 P27 0 John
J
the action at Maharajpore on the
Jan. 44 V.'th Dec. 18I3. Contused on tfM
4
0 Thomas
1
Penton
16 NOT. 41 P 26ihoutder
at VfttnrU, and severely wounded *
CORNETS.
Waterloo (left arm amputated close to the shoulder) la
3
0 Henry
1
Charles Morgan..
6 May 42 arglng a square of infantry i had also two bom* abat
him.
3
0 Jas.
J G. Archer Burton . . P 27 May 42 3iderLieut,
White served at the capture of Hattr*M
3
0 Edward
1
Worley
16Aujj. 42 in 1817. andCol.
during the Mahratta campaigns of 1817 and
P 1 Nov. 42 ; alto at siege and capture of Bburtpore In
3
0 Henry
1
Ellis
a
nurtiHU the campaign or 141
3
0 Henry
1
Wallis White
25 Nov. 42 Commanded
Affghanistan, ror which he was appointed a C B.
3
0 JJohn Douglas White .... 20 Mav 42 . 4 I,t.-Col. Lockwnud commanded the 3rd Light Dra.
1
0 (Geo. \Vynd. Knight Brucej P 26 Jail. 44 throughout the campaign or 1811 In Affghanistu under
1
0 JJohn Bathwell, B. M. . . I 1 Mar. 44 Ocl>- ''"n*- d for his services was appointed a CB.
Edward Cormlck,' 24 Jan. 28 ; Cornet, P 4 Dec. 06 ; P Lieut. 25
29 9A Paynuister.ft
I
Sept. 07; Capt. P 23 Sept. 13.
8
0 ,Adjutant.Lieut. John Sullivan, 9 July, 37.
4
0 Quarter-Master.Abraham
(
Crabtree,7 25 Nov. 42 ; Cornet, 17 Sept. 41.
36
0 Surgeon.Jus.
i
Henderson,10 M.D. 20 April,26; Assilt.-Surgeon, 22 March, 1O;
Ifosp.-As.tiit. 5 Aug. 09.
Franklin, 29 Dec. 37.
8
0 Assistant-Surgeons.Henry
t
5
0
Francis Laing, 6 Nov. 40.
16
0 Veterinary
1
Surgeon. George Edlin,7 17 Dec. 29.
BlueFacings Scarlet.Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co.
1 Lord Charles Manners served the campaign or 1 BOS in Spain, including the caralry engagement at BeneTentc. At Walcheren
as Alde-de-Camp to Lord Chatham, and was present at the siege or Flushing. Acted as Aide-de-camp to the Duke of Wel
lington from 1811 until the army entered Madrid in 1813 t when he assumed the command or the Regiment, and remained with
II until the war closed in 1814. His Lordship has received a medal and two clasps for Salamanca, Victoria, and Toulouse.
i LL-Col. Malcolm served on the China expedition.
> Capt Tritton served at the siege and capture or Haltrius ; tile Mahratta campaigns or 1817 and 18 ; the siege and car-tun
-nnoie, in 18J5-6 j and the campaign or 1818 In Affghanistan.
'It, f'lilifr H-rrcd u a volunteer at Bburtpore In I82J-6. Served also the campaign nf 1818 In Afghanistan.
[For Hotel , 10, I), II, 14, II, If, and. I?, m opposite pt|*.

( The Queen's Own) Eegt. of Light Dragoons.

131

"ALBUHEHA" "SALAMANCA" "VITTORIA" "TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA."


" AFFGUASISTAN" " GIIUZNEE."
Yea^-Serr.
Colonel.
9 Sir James Charles Dalbiac,1 KCH. Cornet, 4 July, 1793; Lieut. 24 Feb.
Fail , Half
4; Capt. 11 Oct. 08; Major, 15 Oct. 1801 ; Lieut.-Col. 25 April, 08; Col.
Py. Pay.
4 Jane, 14; Major-Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38; Col. 4th
Light Dragoons, 24 Sept. 42.
Lieut.-Colonel.
99
fi 9 Fra. Dermot Daly,' E,u. 5 Dec. 11 ; Lieut. 26 Nor. 13 ; Capt. 20 June, 24 ;
52

Major, P27 Oct. 35; Brev.-Lieut.-Col. 23 July 39 ; Lieut.-Col. P24 June, 42.
96

Major.
* Harcourt Master,' JSniign, P 30 July, 18 ; Lieut. P 0 Mur. 23 ; Capt. P 17 Sept. 26 ;
Brevet-Major, 28 June 38 ; Major, P24 June, 42.
CAPTAINS.
William Parlby
LordQeo.Aug. Fred. Paget
Henry Fane5
0 John T. Douglas Halkctt
0 Alex. P. Gordon Camming
0 Alexander Low

29
10
11
10
10
10

A
iS
A

18
12
5

0 Thomas Lloyd, ml/

CORNET.

3 Oct.
P 25 July
P 1 Aug.
P 23 Jan.
P C Feb.
P 2 Oct.

CAPTAIN.

1C P 6 May
34 P 1 Dec.
34 P 30 July
35 ] 0 July
35 P 1 July
35 |P 0 July

24
37
36
37
36
38

P 28 Sept. 26
P17 Aug. 41
P 0 May 42
P 25 Oct. 42
P 15 April 42
P14 July 43

BREV.-MAJ.

23 Nov. 41

LlBTJTEXASTS.

0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3
3

3
1
17
18
3
36
6
7

J. H. Tamer Warde, H.M


Eustace Arkwright
Martin Kirwan
William Henry Magan . .
William Kingston Fraser
George John Browu ....
CORNETS.
Fenwick Boyce Barren . .
Archibald Grant
Lord Alfred Churchill ..
Herbert Dawson Slade
Pjitrnrri
Pnlarnn
n
, >i019t0n

P15 Mar. 27
P 21 June 33
P31 Jan. 40
P23 Nov. 38
P 5 Feb. 41
P18 Oct. 30
PI 7 April 40
P 8 May 40
P 24 June 42
P 1 July 42

P 12
p 22
Pll
P 24
P 13

Oct.
May
June
June
May

30
35
41
42
42

9 Major Master sermt with Iht


P 25 Oct. 42 *lh L"<tu Dragoons during tb
at A T.,l_ At ""P*1*1" I" ABghanlstan under
P 14 July 4J j.orll Keanc, and was present at
the liege and capture of Ghusnee.
5 Captain Fane lerved the campaign In Affghanistan, and was present at the storm and capture of
Ghuinee.
7 Dr. Graham served (n the Penlnfula, from Jan.

P25 Oct. 42 j 1810. to the end of the war, Including the battles of
Albuhera,
andship
Nlrelle.
rP JJ1 "Snrir
CPl- tR
T> Bu"<>.
Dr. Graham
.a, on Vlllorla,
board thePyrenees,
unfortunate
A>.<.

t ourail Montgomery .... P 20 Dec. 44 I which bum in the Bar f Biscay, in March, 1825.
Paymaster.Geo. Charles Dalbiac, 1 1 Feb. 42 ; Cor. 31 July, 28 ; Lt. 10 May,31.
Adjutant.Lieut. Thomas Lloyd, 0 Sept. 36.
Quarter-Aftiiter.Thomas Tarlcton, 18 Feb. 42.
Surgeon.Iff Edward Smith Graham,7 M.D. 22 Sept. 25; Attut.-Surg. 18
Oct. 10; Hosp.-Assiit. 13 Dec. 1809.
0 Auiit.-Surg.John Mure, M.D. 4 Oct. 39.
0 Veterinary Surgeon.John Byrne, 14 Dec. 38.
BlueFacingt Scarlet.A genti, Messrs. Charles Hopkinson & Co.
[Returned from the East Indies, March 1844.]

I Sir Cbarlet Dalbiac embarked with the 4lh Drs. for the Peninsula, in April, 1809, and served at the
battle of Talavcra, STIli and 88th July, 1SOD; the winter campaign of 1810, in the Lines of Lisbon, affalrl
of Campo Mayor and Los Santosin command of tho regt. ; affair at Llerena, and battle of Salamanca.
Sir Charles published, with the approbation of Hll Royal Highness the late Diilo of York, a military cuiocktifln for the u and instruction of young officers and non-commissioned officers of Cavalry.
t Lieul.-Col. Daly served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in the Peninsula, with tho 84th, and wu wounded
IB law action near Bayonne on the 18th Dec. 1618. Served subsequently in the American war, with the
TOtb, and was present at the siege and battle of Platlsburg. Commanded a wing of the 4th Light Dragoons
daring the campaign in Afghanistan under Lord Keane, and was present at tho sit ge and capture of Qhuinee.
f Capt. Conniek served the campaign in Portugal In 1808 and 6, and on the eastern coast of Spain, from Sept. 1811 to Sept.
1911, Including the battle of Caitalla. Served also the campaign of 1842 in AngbaniiUn.
19 Dr. Henderson serred at the capture of Guidaloupc In 1810 t two years In the American war ; and during the whole of
the BwmeM war. Also the eampaien of 184* in Afghanistan.
II Lieut Roche served the campaign of 1838-9, with Lord Kcane'i army in Beloochiitan and Afghanistan, as Alde-deCimp to Sir Joseph Tbaekwrll, and at periods ai Assistant Adjutant-General of DJrliion : and was prricnt at the capture of
Gtmsnee. and in some akirmUbei. lie served witli the 3rd Lt. Drags, in the force under Sir Ceo, Pollock, at the battle of
DM Kbibcr Pail, and at the relief of Jtllalabad, in 1843.
11 Colonel Miud.rtcn served In the West Indies with the Royals, In 1805 and C i on the Staff with the army which proceeded
fcosn Madras to the Northern Mahralta country beyond the Ncrbudda Klvcr, In 1809 and 10 t with the 2nd Light Dragoons
la Java daaisrg 1S1I. 12, and 13, and wa present at the affairs of the lOlh and 2)st. and at the cavalry charge which Anally
staled the conquent of that valuable IilRnd on the Stith Aug. 1811, after the Fortreis and Lines of ComeUs had been forced*
Employed also at the taking of Djocjoearta, and alt the lubiequent operations which took place on that liland under the
gallant Glllesple. Was In the Held with the d Lt. Dragoons In 1815 and 16, and during the whole of the Mahratta war of
1117. IS. and 19, and wai present wltli the division of the late Sir Thomas Munro at the rapture of the Forts of Daumul
Dr*ar. B>damnie, Belgaum, and Sliallapore, at which last place he wai severely Mounded.
14 Lt HarUn was at the relief of Jellalabad, and at the subirqurnt operation! In AflghanlMan In 1842.
li Lt,-Col. Gongh served as Deputy Quarter- Matter- General of the army during the war in China, and received the brevet
ffarfc af Major and of Lieut-Colonel, toffether with the Companionship of the Bath, for his conduct In aetlon, he having been
avearat to almotl every engagement during the expedition. He was afterwards present In the battle of Majiarajpor*, as
kJBtfary ImtUury to the Commander.us.Chlef In India.
II Captain Hevrie* and Lt. Cowell served as Aldea-de-Camp to Sir Joseph Thaekwell In the action at Maharajpore on tht
t*tk nf. 1843. Lt. Cowrll served also throughout the previous campaign of 1842 in Aflghaniitan under Gvueral

rr Lv Caita was vnsmt with the I6lh Lanctrs, In the actlim at Msbangpore, nth Otc. 1841,

132

Gth (Inniskilling) Regiment of Dragoons,

r Head Quarters,
I. at Brighton.

Tlic Castle of Inniskilling.


" WATERLOO."
Years' Serv.
60
Full Half

Py.

Paj.

30 Sft
19

Colonel.

Sir George Pownoll Adams,1 KC1I. Cornet, 5 Oct. 1795 ; Lieut. 12 March, 96 ;
Capt.il Oct. 97; Major, 5 Feb. 02; Lieut.-Col. 8 Dec. 04; Col. 4 June,
13; Major-Gen. 12 Aug. 19; Lleut.-Gcn. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 6th Dragoons,
26th Oct. 40.
Lieut.-Colonel.
Willoughby Moore, Comet, I1 7 Sept. 20; Lieut. P 17 July, 23 ; Capt. P4 Mar.
26 ; Major, P 17 July, 40 ; Lieut.-Col. P 28 July, 43.
Major.
Hon. Henry Creighton, Cornet, P 8 April 26; Lieut. 1 19 July 27 ; Cnpt. 1 1 NOT.
33 ; Mtyor, v 8 Oct. 44.
CORNET.

LIEUT.

^oT

CAPTAISS.
18
17
12
8
7
14

0 Robert Douglas Harbor . . P 15 Mar. 27


0 William Arkwright .... P 24 July 28
P 9 Mar. 32
P 4 May 37
'o* Edward Stephen May . . Pll
May 38
0 Henry Dalrymplc White
31
< *237 June
0 II. J. Denny
May 34

P 9 April29
P 25 June 30
P 9 Jan. 35
P 11 May 38
P 8 Feb. 39
22 May 36

P 28 April37
Pll May 38
P 26 Nov. 4!
P 28 July 43
P17 May 44
p g Qct 44
1

LIEUTENANTS.
7
10
11
8
4

6
4
9
2
5
2
1
1
14
11
2
25
4

16

0
0 William Martyn Powell . .

P 9 June 88
P 24 July 35
P 19 July 34
P 2 Dec. 37
P 16 Nov. 41
P 23 Aug. 39
p 20 Nov. 41
P 2 Sept. 42
P 28 July 43
P 2 Oct. 40
P 10 Nov. 43

CORNETS.
0
0 William Doyle, H. M.

P 7 June 44
13 Dec. 44

0 Win. Hutehinson Carrol


0 C. Cameron Shute, aefj.

0 Robert Moore Peel


0 Henry Blundell Leigh . .
0
0 Whitehall Dod
0 Thomas Fraser Grove . .
0 Fred.W.JohnFitzWygram

P17 July 40
P 27 Sept. 39
P 13 May 39
P 2 July 41
P 5 Aug. 42
P 3 June 42
P28 July 43
P 10 Nov. 43
P17 Alay 44
P30 Dec 42
P 8 Oct. 44

0o \Paynwster.Charles Francis Gregg, 26 Mar. 41 ; Eiu. P16 Dec. 31 Lieut.


P 14 Feb. 34.
0 Adjutant.Lieut. Charles C. Shnte, 18 Sept. 40.
0 Quarter-Mailer.James Marshall, 14 April, 43.
Milligan, M.D. 1 Mar 39; Astift.-Surg. 10 Feb. 14 ; Hotp?A Surgeon.William
Assist. 19 July, 13.
0 Assist. -Surg.Cosmo Gordon Logic, M.D. 5 Oct. 41.
0 Veterinnri/ Surgeon.Herbert Hallen, 3 Aug. 30.
ScarletFacings Yellow. Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
[Returnedfrom France, November, 1818.J

1 SirOenrgi' Pownoll Adams lerred in Ireland during the rebellion ID 1793. Alio under Lord Lake Inttu
Eut Indies, where he was actively employed for tereral ) ran.

Queen's own) Regt. of Lt. Dragoons. (Hussars,} 133


" PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."
Year.- Sen

Foil
IV

Colonel.
Sir James Kearney,1 KCH. Cor. 28 Feb. 1794; Lieut. 9 May, 94; Capt. 31
May, 95 ; Major 27 May, 1802 ; Lieut.-Col. 25 July, 10 ; Col. 12 Aug. 19 ;
Hall
Major Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Lt.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 7th Hussars, 20 Dec. 42.
P.J.

22

0 John James Whyte, Cornet, P21 Aug. 23; Lieut. P22 Dec. 25; Capt. P 31 Dec

51

Lieut.- Colonel.
27; Major, P5 April, 33; Lieut.-Col. i"21 Oct. 37.
Sfajor.
19

A Thomas Edmund Campbell, Ensign, P30-June 25; Lieut. P13 May 20Capt. P 17 Feb. 32; Major, 4 Nov. 40.

15
16
13
12
12
12

0 Arthur Shirley
P31 Aug. 30
P 8 Apr. 20
P. Bushe
*A0 Gervase
Charles Hagart
P 15 June 32
0 Henry John Button .... P 1 Feb. 33
0 William Grasett
p 5 Apr. 33
A Lord Alfred Paget .... P 6 July 32

CORJJBT.

LIEUT.

CAPTAIK.

P 1 Feb. 33
P 26 Sept. 26
P 12 Aii" 34
P 9 Jan. 35
P 25 Dec. 35
P 14 Mar. 34

P 15 July 36
P21 Sept. 32

CAPTAINS.

*?MAJOR.

Pv 91
( *,i t O/
-y~
*1 UCu

P 10 Mar. 38
Po* -<Ttilv
.1 \
UljT *fcl

P 20 Oct. 40

LlEUTENAHTS.

0
0
0
0
0
0

Albany B. Savile
Cha. Hen. Wyudham . .
Thos. Hen. Preston ....
Hugh Joceline Percy ....
Albert Helyar
Lawrence C. Lennox Peel

8
8
6
4
4
4
4

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Geo. Fred. Wm. Miles . .


Fames Macaul Hagart . .
Joseph Ilely,' R.M
Edward Ireland, adj. . .
Walter Ricardo
SirArthurChichester, St.
Sir Wm. Russell, Sort.

12
10
10
9

i" 31 May
P 9 Jan.
P 25 Dec.
P 22 Jan.
P 15 July
P 5 Jan.

33
35
35
36
36
41

P 14 Apr.
P 26 May
16 Feb.
26 Mar.
P18 May
P 18 June
P 2 July

37
37
39
41
41
41
41

p 22 Jan.
P 26 May
P 21 Oct.
P 16 Mar.
P 2 July
P 13 May

36
37
37
38
41
42

CORNETS.

14
4

0 Paymaster.Edward George Cubitt. 16 Feb. 44; Ens. P9 Dec. 31 ; Lieut


28 April, 37.
0 Adjutant.Cornet Edw. Ireland, 26 Mar. 41.

4
29

0
0

16

Quarter-Master.John Evans Parry, 12 Oct. 41.


Surgeon.James Low Warren, M.D. 17 April, 38: Assist.-Surg. 19 Feb 24;
Ho*p.-Anut. 14 July, 15.
Astiftant-Surgeon.James John Majoribanks Wardrop, 21 May, 41 .
Veterinary Surgeon.James Robertson, 24 Sept. 29.

Blue.Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.


[Returned from Canada Dec. 1842.]
1 Sir James Kerner ervcd with the expedition to St. Domingo ; also several years in the East Indies,
ind at Walcheren, in 1800.
Comet Heir served ns a captain in the 1st Lancers of the late Anglo-Spanish Lejilon, In 1635 and 38,
and was engaged at Menilegur, Azua, and heights of Aplaban on the 16th, 17th, end 18th Jan. 1U3G; also at
the passage at the Urumea and taking of Passages ; and on the right of the lines when Alia was attacked,
with several encounters.

t C

134 8th (The King's Royal Irisk) Regiment of Lt,


(Hussars.")
Harp and Crown.
i i

"Priitinee virtutu memoret." " LESWARREE"


" HINDOOSTAN."

. >vr>.

Colonel.
50
Full Half
Pay. Pay.

520

18

9 Sir John Browne,1 KCH. Cornet, 27 May, 95; Lieut. 17 May, 96; Capt.
1 June, 97 ; Major, 16 Feb. 09 ; Lietit.-Col. 14 March, 11 ; Col iHjmy, 21 :
Major-Gen.22}u\y,90; Lieut.-Gen.-23Sov.4l ; Col. 8th Hussars, 4 April,43.

Lieut.-Colonel.
0 James M'Call, Cornet, P23June 25; Lieut. P 17 Oct. 96; Capt. 1 3 Aug. 30 j
Major, P31 Jan. 40 ; Lieut.-Col. P17 Sept. 41.
Major.
0 Frederick George Shewell, Cornet, P 28 Aug. 27 j Lieut. 6 Sept. 31 ; Capt.
P 28 Apr. 37; Major, P23 Aug. 44.
CORNET.

CAPTAIN.

LIEUT.

BBBVETMAJOK.

CAPTAINS.
15
13
12
11
11
11

12
6
0
5
4
4
7
2
2
8
5

30
32
33
34
34
34

P 28 June
P 12 July
P 3 Apr.
31 Mar.
P 12 July
P17 Aug.

83
33
35
37
39
38

P 20 Apr. 33
P 2 Mar. 39
P17 Sept. 39
P31 Jan. 40
P 5 Mar. 41
P17 Sept. 41
P30 Mar. 38
P 12 May 43
P 30 June 43
P 1 1 July 37
P 1 Nov. 40

27 Mar.
P31 Jan.
P 5 Mar.
P 8 Feb.
P 12 May
29 June
P31 Dec.
P 12 Apr.
P 10 May
P 28 Aug.
P20 May

34
40
41
42
43
43
39
44
44
40
42

P17 Dec.
0 Thos. Wm. Selby Lowndes P 15 June
P 12 July
0 Frtwarrl Mnfttvn
P 28 Mar.
0
Samuel Jenkinson P31 Jan.
A0 George
Charles Joseph Longmorc P 30 May

LIEUTENANTS.
0 Joseph Rcilly, R.M
0 Hon. Jos. SandilandB ....
0 Arth. Jas. Lord Killeen
0 Alx.Cruickshank Lindsay
John 'Thompson ........

o
0

0 Henry Francis Cust,*. ..

0 Edward Thomkinson . .
0 iorrfAlanS. Churchill..

o
0 Henry Saudford Pakenham

P 13 July 38
P 2 Mar. 39
P17 Sept. 41
P 12 May 43
P 19 May 43
P23 Aug. 44

CORNETS.
1
1
10
4

6
29
6
2

0 Hon .0 tw . Fortescue Tolcr P 12 April 44


0 James Vaughan Allen . . P 10 May 44
0 Paymaster.D'Oyley Wm. Battley, 25 Oct. 44; Ens. 3 April, 29; Lt. 22
Aug. 34 ; Capt. P 17 Nor. 40.
0 Adjutant.Lieut. Edward Seagcr, 5 Oct. 41.
0 Quarter-Master.James Landers, 29 Nov. 39.
1 Surgeon.John Squnir, M.D. 3 March, 37; Assist.-Surg. 30 June, 25 ; Hosp.AssM. in June, 15.
0 Astistant-Snrgeon.Isidore Anthony Blake, 15 Sept. 37.
0 Veterinary Surgeon.Edward Simpson Grey, 24 April, 43.

Blue.Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt. Annit,*Co.
[Returnedfrom the East Indies, May, 1823.]
1 Sir John Browne served on the expedition to South America under General Wliitelock; on that to Por
tugal under the Duke of Wellington, including the buttles of Kolt'iu and Vimirni; and subsequently on Sir
John Moorc'l expedition to Spain, including the affairs with the French cavalry at Sahagun and Benevente.
retreat to Corunna, and battle of Corunno. He was afterward! attached to the Portuguex army, and received
five wounds In action with the enemy on the 18th Feb. 1811. He was also attached for five months to a
division of the Spanish army in Estramadura under General Meudiubel.

] 9th ( The Queen's Royal) Regt. ofLt.Drs. (Lancers). \^SfSSS"


Vrr' :vr>
50
full Hull
Pay. P*T-

" PENINSULA."" PONNIAR."


Colonel.^VQ James Wallace Sleigh,1 CB.Cornet, Feb. 05; Lieut. S9 Apr. 05Capt. 26 Oct. 98 ; Maj. 14 June, 05 ; Lt.-Col. 14 Dec. 09; Col. 12 Aug. 19 \
Major-Gen. 22July, 30; Lt.-Gen. 23 NOT. 41 ; Col. 9th Lancers, 24 Aug. 39.
Lt.-Colonelt.Alex. Campbell,' CB. KH. Cor. 24 Aug.06 ; -tf.P4Sep.06; Capt.

38

23

4 John Scott,' CB. Cornet, P 4 May, 15 ; Lieut, P 2G Oct. 15 / Capt. r 28 June,*21 ;'

23

0 3feyort.-ia.meB Alex. Fullerton,4 Cornet, P 1 Aug. 22 ; Lieut, f 30 Dec. 24

19

0 James Hope Grant, CB. Cornet, P 29 Aug. 26 ; Lieut. P 26 Feb. 28 ; Capt. P 29

3ftyor,rg Nov. 28; Lieut.-Col. 31 Aug. 30.


Capt. P19 Sept. 26; Brevet-Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, r 28 Jan. 42.
May. 35 ; Major, 22 April, 42.
CORNET.

14
13
13
16
11
14
9
14
8

0
0

A0
0
0
0
0

16
9
11
10
10
10
9
9
11
7
5
8
6
4
3
3
3

0
0

3
3
2
3
2
2
2
1
1
37
3
3
80
9
5
9

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

A
0

0
0
0
0
0

CAPTAINS.
Archibald Little
Andrew Spottiswoode* . .
Edward Rudston Read4
Tho.WestroppM'Hahon^.
Charles Massy Dawson . .
John Rose Holden Rose'
Fra. Digby Willoughby . .
James Nixon Macartney4
Klngsmill Manley Power4
LIEUTENANTS.
Gilbert Tho. Nicholson . .
John Cameron Campbell*
Cha. H. Douglas Donovan
Hon. Charles Powya,4 r.
William Drysdale ....
Oct-Henrv St.Geo.Anson4
Wm. Well. W. Humbley
WmR.NewportCampbell4
J. K. Wedderburn, t
Philip Kemp
Edmund John Turner . .
James Wm. Robarts ....
Fred. Courtney Trower*. .
Thomas John Francis . .
Wm. Fra. Anderton, R. M.
Cha. FitzGeralcl Studdert4

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.
1

P 4 Oct. yi
P 10 May 33
P18 Nov. 31
24 Dec. 29
P 16 Sept. 34
P 19 July 31
P 16 Sept. 36
P 10 May 31
P24Feb. 37

P 31 Aug. 32
P 29 April 36
P 12 Dec. 34
P 2 Dec. 31
Pll May 38
P 1 1 Jan. 33
P 9 Feb. 38
Pll April 34
P17 Aug. 38

P 9 Feb. 38
25 Oct. 27
P 19 Feb. 36
P28 Feb. 34
P29 Dec. 35
27 Nov. 35
27 Mar. 35
P 10 June 36
P 7 July 36
P22 Aug. 34
P23 Nov. 38
P 29 May 40
P 30 June 37
P 14 June 39
P 18 May 41
P 22 April 42
P 23 April 42
Alexander Hawtrey .... P 24 April 42

P 15 Jan. 41
P 16 Mar. 32
P 3 Aug. 41
P 1 July 36
P31 Aug. 38
8 Dec. 38
15 Dec. 38
15 July 41
P10 April 40
P 2 Sept. 36
P 7 Feb. 40
P31 Dec. 41
13 May 42
P 1 July 42

BRK VETMAJOR.

P 24 Feb. 37
Pll Oct. 39
P27 Aug. 4!
P 0 June 38
P 20 Oct. 41
P29 April42
P 13 May 42
13 Nov. 42
P 24 Nov. 43
3 Lieut. -Col. Scott wu present
with the French army, under Mar
shal Gerard, at the siege of Antwerp,
In Dec, 1B3* t *nd, by permission of
the Marshal, lie accompanied tbe
troops upon every occasion during
the siejte. In Ocl. 1838, he wai ap
pointed to the eomroand of the caTalry of the Bombay dlv.tion of the
army or the Indt , as Brigadier ;
served in that rank during the cam
paigns of 1838 and 39, In Sclnde and
attack and capture of Ghuinee.
During n,.< latter part of 1839, he
commanded * detached column.
consisting of the whole of the artil
lery, (excepting 4 guns.) the caral ry,
and one battalion of infantry : tliii
column wai dnlinril to mrfur.< ifii-

13 Nov. 42 j subjugation of Upper Seiixle, and to


p 04
\ov 4*3
with Wllljhlre,
the main directed
column,
",,;
*: ' co-operate
under Sir Tho.
'

I' ('It.

~\\

,-,,,.,

LTh<.1.

In

It..

._!._

P 31 May 44

Mabarajpore on the vDtli Dee. 1843,


ne rommanaca a o ngwM or cavalry.
4 Capt. Rote comrnnnditl a half q tiiidrnn nf the Srr!
Light Dragoons at the forcing of the Khybcr Put. and
wnj al*o at the ri'lU-f of JelUlabad, and at the re-capture
of Cabool, in Afghanistan, in LHJ2. At the battle i.f
Punnlar, near Gwallor, he commanded tlu- left souadron
of the 9th Lancers. He h received to Mwl*U.
8 Paymuter Leech icrrcd in tin- Peninmla from Jan.
1813 to tbe cod or the war, Including the Passage of the
Bldaifoa, the battle* of NIvelle Kith NOT., and Nlve
9th. 10th. llth, and 12lh Dee, 1813, and blockade of
Baynnnc. Served also at the escalade of Booj liooj In
Cutcb, March. 1819. and at the iece of lUiai-i-U
Khftna, and of Zoaln the Prrtian G jlMnl8l9and20.

Wm. Coesvclt Kortright P 25 April 42


Wm. Hamilton,4 adj. . . 29 April 42
Francis John M'Farlane. . P 6 Jan. 43
Lucius John French .... P 13 Dec. 42
P 23 June 43
0r<Uas.DeBurghBrowne P 7 July 43
Wm. Wilberforce Bird . . P 24 Nov. 43
Charles Edmund Law . . P2 Feb. 44
Chandos Fred. Clifton . . P 31 May 44
Pat/matter.{) Francis Edward Leech,* 19 Nov. 07
Adjutant.Cornet William Hamilton,4 29 April, 42.
Quarter-Matter.Andrew Allan,4 13 May, 42.
Surgeon.Arthur Wood,4 M.D. 21 Aug.4O ; Att.-S. 19Nov.26; II.-A. 22Deo.2S.
Assistant-Surgeon*.Archibald Stewart, 19 Feb. 36.
Walter George Leonard Staunton,4 29 May, 40.
Veterinary Surgeon. Richard John Grdaliah Hurford,' 17 July, 35.
BlueFacingt Scarlet.Agent, Gconre Samuel Collver. Eso.

, J^'i*""*1 Slel(tb ""^ ln Flnn('" I" "83; I" h nctioni in" North Holland nd'tli7"iielder, 10(h and
e IBtb. 8*iit, and 2d and 6th Oct. 1709. In the Peninmla In IHlland 12. Conimuiidl the llth Dragooiu at
Waterloo, toward! the cloic of which the command of the 4th Brigade devolved on him. In 1810 he accompanied hii rrgimeut to India, und cominimded the Cavalry division at tli lifje of bhurtporcln 18i5&(l.
S (.IfuL-CoL Campbell wtu present at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope with Sir David Bulrd'i
annjr, In 180; and he cn-ed Itlbaequentlv ill India in Ihe 25th l.t. Dragoont until 1811. In 1842 be pro
ceeded agnln to India with hlj regiment, and commanded the lit Cavalry Orieade of the army of tiwulior, ID
the action at Punnlar, on the 2lh Dec. 1643.
5 Lieut, the Hon. C. Powyi, prior to entering the armr, served flvo yean and three months In the Rornl
Kavjr, and wa. present in H.H.S. Blonde, at the taking of the Morca Cutle, In the Gull of Lepanto, in 1828.
6 LleutenanU Drjudale and Kemp served with the 4th Light Uragooni, Lieut. Trower with the Itllh
Lancer*, during the campui^n in AnfrhanisUn under Lord Keane, and were present at the slegu and capture
of Uhuznw. (Medal.) They were also present with the 9th Lancers in the action at Punniar, SOlh Dec. 43,
(Medal).
'.' Mr. Harford served with the 16th Lancen during the campaign In AfTglianlstan under Lord Keane, In
cluding the slrge and capture of Ohuinee, foi which he has received a Medal. Ho ww also In Ihe action
at Mahuajuore, Jlltti Dec. 1M9,
tc8

136 Wth(The Prince of Wales'* own) Royal Regt. ofLt.Drs. R


(Hussars.)
" PENINSULA."" WATERLOO."
Years' Serr.

Colonel.
I Hon. Henry Bcauchamp Lygon,1 Cornet, 9 July, 1803 ; Lieut. 24 May, 04;
Capt. 15 Jan. 07; Major, 14 May, 12; Lieut.-Col. 18 June, 15; Col. 24
Pull Half
Mar. 22 ; Major-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 10th Hussars, 23 June, 43.
Pay. P.jr.
Lieut.- Colonel.
13 fflaa John Vandeleur,1 Ensign, 6 July, 09; Lieut. 30 May 11; Capt. P28
20 10ft
Feb. 22; Major, PI Oct. 25; Lieut.-Col. P18 Dec. 27; Cof. 23 Nov. 41.
42

Major.
32

0 ?18a J. C. Wellington,' Cornet, P21 Oct. 13; Lieut. P27 Dec. 14; Capt. P16
Dec. 24 ; Major, P5 April, 33.
CORNET.

CAPTAIN.

LIEUT.

BREVETMAJOR.

CAPTAINS.
1C
14
11
7

6
7

0
0
0
0
0
0

Henry Fred. Bonham . . P22 May


P 14 June
Geo. A. F. Quentin
P 2 May
William Tomline
Pll May
John Wilkie
Pll Oct.
Lord Geo. A. Beauclerk P28 Aug.

29
31
34
38
39
38

17
6
6
7
4
7
4
4
3
3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

6 Mar. 28
Matt. M'Donough, R.M.
Robt. Hugh Smith Barry P 17 May 39
28 June 39
Win. Augustine Hyder . . P G July 38
P
6 Feb. 41
Robert Pate
Sir Thomas Munro, Bart. P 7 July 38
James Charles Fcrricr . . PIS June 41
Richard Greaves Townley P31 Dec. 41
P 22 July 42
Tho.TristramSpryCarlyon P27 Dec. 42

P 14 June
P 1 June
P24 July
P 29 May
P 7 Sept.
P5 Feb.

31
32
35
40
41
41

P 16 May
P12 Feb.
P 5 Feb.
P17 May
P 7 June
P 6 Dec.

34
36
41
44
44
44

LIEUTENANTS.

3
1
1
11
0
23
29
10
13

P14 Dec. 32
P 5 Jan. 41
30 Dec. 41
30 Nov. 3U
P 22 July 42
P27 Aug. 41
P 11 Nov. 42
P 10 Nov. 43
P 17 May 44
P 6 Dec. 44

CORNETS.
0 Chan. Freville Surteea . . P 28 Jan. 42
0 C.H.S.G.iordGarvagh P 17 May 44
0 Edward Shellev ....... P 6 Dec. 44
0 Paymaster.Edmund Bentlcy Frith, 7th Sept. 41 ; Em. P31 Oct. 34; /;,//.

P 3 Nov. 37.
0 Adjutant.Lieut. George Webb, 20 Sept. 39.
3^ Quarter-Master.James Creighton M'Clellan,5 28 Jan. 19.
8A Surgeon.$ ij.ia Denis Murray, MD. 23 Nov. 32 ; Atsist.-Surg. 22 June, 15;

Hotp.-Aa'at. 9 Nov. 12.


0 Assistant-Surgeon.Arthur Anderson, M.D., 1C Oct. 35.
0

Veterinary Suiaeon.John Wm. Gloag, 29 June, 32.

Blue.Agent, Messrs. Cox k Co.Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane & Co.


[Returnedfrom Portugal, March, 1828.]
1 Major-Gen, the Honourable Henry B. Lygon, served in the Peninsula with the lOlh Dragoons, from
March 1809 to Sept. 1810, and again from Feb. 1814 to the end of that war, Including the capture of Oporto,
battle of Talavera, nnd passage of the Coa. Severely wounded in the neck, S8th Aug. 1810, in Masseoa's
advance to the battle of Busaco.
2 Colonel Vandeleur was severely wounded at Fuentes d'Onor.
3 Major Wellington served at Waterloo on the 17th and 18th June.
5 Quarter-Master M'Cletlan served throughout the campaigns of 1813 and 14 on the Niagara Frontiers,
Including the action before Fort George, Blackrock, Buffalo, Chippcwa, Lundy's Lane, Niagara, before Port
Erie. Cook's Mills, and pass of Grand River. Received a contusion In the head by a musket shot at the
at of passing through the enemy's line in the charge at Cbippewai 4th July, 1-n.

(or Prince Alberts own) Regiment of Hussars.

137

The Sphinx, with the words, " EGYPT"" SALAMANCA"" PENINSULA"


" WATERLOO"" BHURTPOBE."
If ears' Ser

Colonel.
I ilia Charles Murray, Earl Cathcart,1 KCB. Ens. May, 99 ; Lieut. 10 Aug.
99 ; Capt. 3 Feb. 03 ; Major, 14 May, 07 ; Lieut.-Col. 30 Aug. 10 ; Col. 12
Hair Aug. 19; Major-Gen. 22 July, 30; Lt.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. llth Hussars,
Pay.
30 Aug. 42.
Lieut.-Colonel.
James
Thomas, Earl of Cardigan, Cornet, P6May, 24; Lieut. P 13 Jan. 25 j
3ft
Capt. P 9 June, 20 ; Major, P3 Aug. 30 ; Lieut.-Col. 3 Dec. 30.
M((/or.
0 Inigo Jones, Cornet, P 8 July, 28; Lieut. P 17 Dec. 30 ; Capt. P 14 Apr. 37 ;
Major, 7 June, 44.

46
Full
Pmj.
18

17

COBNET.

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

CAPTAINS.
12

16
10
10
9
0

7
4
8
3
3
3
2
2
9

0
0
0 John Williams Reynolds
0 Charles Parke Ibbetsou . .
0 Charles John Colville . .
0
LIEUTENANTS.
0 Cha. Kemeys K. Tynte . .
0 Tho. Bobbins Ward

1*0
0
0
0
0
0

Henry Hanson, adj


Wm. Stephen Sandes . .
lion. Gerard James Noel
Jas. Tho. Wightman, R.M.
GeorgeThomas Buncombe
Eilin . Vemon Mac Kinnon
CORNETS.

p 12 Apr 33
P 18 June 29
P 18 Sept. 35
P 24 Apr. 36
P27 May 36
P 26 Jan 30

P 25 Dec 35 P 1 1 Opt 1Q
P 25 Oct 33
P 2 Nov. 38 P 10 Jan. 40
P 30 June 37 P 2 June 43
P 21 Feb. 41 P31 May 44
P 6 April 39 P 1 1 "Nnv 49

P 10 Nor. 38
P 10 Sept. 41
p is Mar 30
P15 Apr. 42
P 3 June 42
P 8 July 42
24 Feb. 43
p 4 Aug. 43
P 29 Apr. 36

P 16 Apr. 42
P 8 July 42
P 17 July 40
13 July 43
P 5 Dec. 43
P 29 Dec. 43
P 5 Apr. 44
P 7 June 44
P27 Mar. 40

BREVETMAJOR.

P 5 Dec 43
0
0 Thomas Yorke Dallas . . P29 Dec. 43
0 Wm. G. Baker Cresswell P 5 April 44
0 Frederick Henry Sykes . . P 23 July 44
Paymaster.Wm. Devaynes Bedford," 28 April, 37 ; Em. P 0 April, 26 : Lieut.
17
P31 Jan. 27.
3 0 iljHtitiit.Lieut. Henry Hanson, 15 April, 42.
11
0 Quarter-Matter.$ Francis Collins,' 6 Feb. 1834.
19 0
rjwm.Patrick O'Callaghan, M.D. 3 Feb. 43; Auitt.-Surg. 21 Feb. 28;
Hop.-Aitiit. 18 July, 20.
S 0 Assist-Surgeon.Richard Pyper, 24 Nov. 43.
5 0 Veterinary Surgeon.James Robertson, 2 Oct. 40.
Blue..Agentt, Messrs. Cox & Co.Irish Agentt, Sir E. R. Borough, St. Armit, k Co.
[Returnedfrom the East Indies, June 1838.]
2
2
1
1

1&

1 Lord Cathcart Hired on the Helder expedition In 1799. Accompanied the Expedition under Sir
James Craig, and served In Naples and Sicily, in 1805 and 0, as Assistant Quarter-Master-Genera]. Served
on the Scheldt expedition, and was present at the siege of Flushing, in 1809. Proceeded to the Peninsula
In 1013, as an Assistant Quarter-Master-General, and was present at the battles of Burossa, Salamanca, and
Viitona, for which he has received a medal and two clasps. Serred also the campaign of 1815, and was
pmtnt at the battle of Waterloo:
1 Paymaster Bedford served as Major and Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General to the Anglo-Spanish Legion,
during 1836 and part of 1886 ; and was engaged in the village of Mendlgur, and heights of Arlaban, in Alava,
on the. 18th, ITlh, and 18th Jan. 1830.
.
i Quarter-Master Collins served in the Peninsula from Oct. 1809 to the end of that war in 1814, Including
DM battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras and subsequent advance, battle of Fuenles
d'Onor, liege of Ciudad Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos and retreat to
>:.< frontiers of Portugal, battle of Yittorla, siege of San Sebastian, crossing of the Bldassoa, battle of the
Nivcv passage of the Adour, investment of Bayonno and reputsa f the sortie, on which occasion ho was
wounded through the left arm.

138 12th ( The Prince of Wales's) Royal Regt. of Lancers.

rHe*d Quarter
Liit Nottingham

The Sphinx, with the words, " EGYPT"- " PENINSULA" " WATEttLOO."
Tears' Serv.

Colonel.
9 Sir Henry John Camming,1 KCH. Cornet, 12 May, 1790 ; Lieut. 9 Feb.
93 ; Capt. 21 Feb. 94 ; Major, 25 Oct. 98 ; Lieut-Col. 17 Feb. 1803 ; Col. 1
Jan. 12; Major-Gen. 4 June, 14; Licut.-Gen. 22 July, 30; Col. 12th Lancers,
Pull Half
Pay. ay.
20 Jan. 37.
Lieut-Colonels.
01
0 Robert Browne Clayton," KC. En*. 1 Sept. 84; Lieiit. 30 April, 90; Capt. 31
March, 93 ; Major, 1 March, 94 : Lkut.-Col. 1 Jan. 98 ; Col. 25 April, 1808
Major-Gen. 4 June, 11 ; Lieut.-Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Gen. 28 June, 38.
I?
J SA Sampson Stawell,3 Ens. P 15 Jan. 01 ; Lieut. i>9 July, 02 ; Capt. 28 Feb.
42 SA
05; Brevet-Major, 18 June, 15; Reg.-Major, 16 Sept. 19 ; Lieut.-Col. H
Oct. 25; Col. 28 June, 38.
Major.
Edward
Pole, Cornet, P 7 July, 25 ; iietrf. 1 19 Sept. 26; Cap*. P 18 NOT. 31 ;
20 0
Afryor,P30 July, 44.
fifi

COHKET.

18
12
12
12
10
12

CAPTAINS.
0 Hon. C. R. W. Forester/. P 18 Dec. 27
0 Hon. Robert Needham . . P 23 Aug. 33
P 20 Sept. 83
0
0 Wm.HeathcotcTottcnham P 13 Dec. 33
P 24 Apr. 35
0
0 Sydney Augustus Capel, 7 July 37
Quarter-Matter, 11 Oct. V3

7
6
5
8
4
4
4
4

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3
4

0
0

2
1
1
34
4
8
30
8
12

0
0
0

A0
0
0
0
0

CAPTAIN.

LIEUT.

1 3 Aug.
P 12 Dec.
P 24 Apr.
P 23 Oct.
P 26 Apr.
25 May

30
34
35
35
39
39

BUBVBTMAJOK.

P 23 Aug. 33
P 2 July 41
Pll Nov. 42
P 7 July 43
P 26 Apr. 44
P 30 July 44

LIEUTENANTS.
David Arthur Munro. . . . P28 Dec. 38 P 1 June 41
Thomas Henry Clifton . . P 26 Apr." 39 P 2 July 41
Rich. Hugh Smith Barry P 15 Dec. 40 P 26 Nov. 41
John Borlasc Maunsell . . P 17 Nov. 37 Pll June 41
Fred.Montresor Mulcaster P 1 June 41 Pll Nov. 42
P 13 July 41 P 7 July 43
P 26 Oct. 41 P 26 Apr. 44
C. Sabine Aug. Thellusson P2G Nov. 41 P 30 July 44
CORNETS.
Tho. Cockayne Maunsell Pll Nov. 42
John DC Montmorency
31 Dec. 41
Henry George Sutton . . P 5 Dec. 43
Rob. Edw.Fullerton,R.M. P 29 July 44
John Almerus Digby . . . . P 30 July 44
Paymaster.L. M. M. P rior, 6 July, 20; Eia. 12 !Sept. 11; Lieut. 9 Dec. 13.
Adjutant. Cornet John De Montmore ncy Prior, 30 July 44.
Quarter-Master.Charlc s Armstrong, 7 July, 37.
Surgeon.James Lowry ' Cighe, 10 Jan. 40; A.-S. 20 Oct. 25; H.-A.Zi June 15.
Assistant-Surgeon.Hob art Harthill,4 '29 Dec. 37.
Veterinary Surgeon.Cl arles Brett, 8 March, 33.
BlueFacings Scarlet.Agentt George Samuel ColIyer,Esq.
[Returnedfrom Portugal, March ltt'28.]

1 Sir Hen. John Gumming served with the llth Dragoons in Flanders, and was present in every action that
occurred, Including the sieges of Valenciennes and Dunkirk ; and battles of Famars andCateau : also the winter
campaign of 1704 in Holland, and that to the Hclder in 17B0. Served also two years in the Peninsula, in
command of the llth Light Dragoons, including the action of El Bodon, (wounded by a sabre cut in the arm,)
and battle of Salamanca, for which latter he has received a medal.
2 Sir Robert Browne Clayton served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 8th,
l.'ttli, and Slat March. Served also at Walcheren in 1600, and was present ut the siege of Flushing. Mrdul
for services In Egypt.
S Col. Stawell served with the Walcheren expedition, and subsequently in the Peninsula from 18H to
1814, including the sieges of Ciudtid Rodrigo and Dadojoz, the cavalry affair of La Reno, destruction of
the bridge of Almarax, battle of Yittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian. Served also at Waterloo.
4 Paymaster Prior served the campaign of 1817 in the East Indies against the Pindarrees.
5 Mr. Harthill served with the 9th Regt. during the campaign of 1643 in Affghunistan, under General
Pollock.

Qairtan-l
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l'3th Regiment of Light Dragoons.

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On th* chaeoM and appointments, the Motto, " Yiret in ^JHtrnuni."" PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."
rc*n*Serr

Colonel.
66
Hon. Sir H. G. Grey, GCB. GCH. Em. 17 Oct. 1*779 ; Lieut. 98 July, 81 j
Capt. 31 May, 87 ; Ifaj. 23 Oct. 93 ; Lieut.-Col. 21 April, 94 ; Col. 1 Jan.
Pull Half
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98 ; Maj.-Gen. 1 Jan. 1805 ; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 1 1; Gen. 27 May, 25; Col.

36
30

13th Dragoons, 30 Dec. 11.


Lieut.-Col. 9 SEl R. Brunton,1 Era. 10 Nov. 08: Lieut. 12 Dec. 09; Capt.
10 NOT. 13; MHJ. P 2 March, 26; Lieut.-Col. P 31 J Jec. 30.
0 Major. Henry Stones, Cornet, P 28 Dec. 15 ; Lieu t. 7 Nov. 18; Capt. P2fi
Dec. 23; Maj. P 19 Feb. 30.
CORNET.

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26 May 15 i 9 Nov. 19
P 12 Jan. 20 P 20 Mar. 27
Charles Edmund Doherty P24 Apr. 35 P.OJan. 37
John Anstruther Thomson P 12 Feb. 36 P 24 Feb. 37
P 12 Dec. 34 P 8 Jan. 41
Sam. Auchmuty Dickson P22 May 35 P 28 Sept. 30
LIEUTENANTS.
Charles Floyd, adj
8 Sept. 31 10 Sept. 37
P 8 Dec. 37 Pll Sept. 40
P 14 April 37 P27 Aug. 41
WraBJchard OrmsbyGore P 29 Dec. 35 P 12 Apr. 39
John Edward Madocks.. P17 Aug. 38 P18 May 41
Lancelot John H. Allgood P 22 May 40 P 22 Apr. 42
P 7 Aug. 40 i'29 Sept. 43
Henry Wilson, R.M
CORNETS.
J. W. M. Gwynne Hughes P 13 Dec. 39
C.Comp ton \Vm. Domvillc P29 May 40
P 22 Apr. 42
PIC Apr. 41
John Marcus Clements . . P 29 Sept. 43
Felton William Hervey . . P 8 Oct. 44

CAPTAIN.

DKEV-MAJ

P 31 Dec. 30
P 14 Dec. 32
P 4 Sept. 40
P 15 Jan. 41
P 22 Apr. 42
P 29 Sept. 43

Paymaiter.Richard Job n Ellington, 2 Feb. 44 ; Em. P24 March 38 ; Lieut,


P 29 May, 39.
Adjutant.Lieut. Charles Floyd, 8 Sept. 31.
Quarter-Matter.John O Reilly, 25 Dec. 28.
Surgeon.Jame* Young,' M.D.18 Oct. 39; Attut.-i "urg. 14 Aug. 34; U, ,-,,.Auitt. 18 May 24.
Auitt.-Surg.William Sa 11, M.D. 10 May, 39.
Veterinary Surg.John L cgrcw, 9 July, 30.
BlueFact ngt Buff.Agcntt, Messrs. Cox & Co.
[Returned fron n the East Indies, May 1841 >]

1 UraL-Col. Brunton served in the Peninsula from May 1300, to Feb. 1814, Including the action at the bridge
of Coa near Almeida, Bunco, Fueotet d'Onor, Arroyo de Mollno, Almarai, Vittoria, May a Pass, I'jn'nccs,
mvrtto. Hive. Slightly wounded at the battle of the Pyrenees 80th July, and severely at St. Pierre
d'Arrub near Bayonne IJHh Dec. 1818. Served at Waterloo on the 16th June.
i Dr. Young terred la Africa from 1824 to 1827 inclusive, and was present at the battle of Doodwa
against the Ashon tees, 7 Aug. 26.
t Colonel Towntend served in the Peninrula from Dec. 1808, until taken prisoner near the city of Pau in
France, 8th March 1014, including the different aHairsof the 10th and llth, and in crossing the Douro on the
Ittfa May 1800; battle of Talavera; affair with the enemy's advanced post* llth July 1810 in front of
Cladad Hodrigo under the command of Col. Talbot who wa* killed; passage of the Coa; skirmishes of the
rrar guard from Almeida to the line* of Torres Vedras In 1810 ; affairs in the enemy's retreat from San t arcm
to the frontier* of Spain from 6th March to 4th April 1611 ; battle of Fuentea d'Onor (wounded); afliUr
with the enemy's lancers 25th Sept. 1811 ; siege of Badajox; affairs with the enemy's cavalry at Usagre,
Llerenu, in front of Salamanca, and near Castrillos; battle of Salamanca; affair with the enemy's rear
goard near Panenuidos ; several skirmishes from Madrid to near Ciudad Rodrigo, and from the litith Mny
D*/ Salamanca to the battle of Vittoria; taking of a gun from the enemy near Pampeluna; and *eveml
fngageuienU and skirmiihei from tlie entrance of the British army Into France, until the battle of Orthcs
Lmba/kad for America in Oct. 1814, and was present at the attack on New Orleans 8th Jan. 1815.

Emb. for Ind ,'] Uth ( The King1*} Regt. of Light Dragoons,
l*"*^^"*
94 May 184
Plie " PRl JSSIAN EAGLE""DOURO""TALAVERA""FCENTES D'ONOR"
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Colonel.
1) ZM Sir Edward Kerrison, Bart.' KCB. & GCH. Cornet, 23 June, 1796;
Lieut. 1 Feb. 98; Capt. 18 Oct. 98; Major. 12 May, 1803; Lieut.-Col.
4 April, 05; Col. 4 June, 13 : Major-Gen. 12Ang. 19; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan.
37 ; Col. 14th Light Dragoons, 18 June, 30.
Lieut.- Colonels.$ John Townsend,1 Cornet, P 24 Jan. 05 ; Lieut. 8 Mar. 06 ;
Capt. 6 June, 11 ; Brevet-Major. 21 Jan. 19 ; Regtl.-Major, P 13 Sept 21 ;
Lieut.-Col. P 16 April, 29 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41.
13 iTJB Wm. Ilavelock,3 KH. Ens. 12 July, 10; Lieut. 12 May, 12; Capt.
P 19 Feb. 18 ; Major, P 31 Dec. 30 ; Lieut.-Col. 30 April, 41.
Majors. Edward Harvey,4 Cornet, P 24 Mar. 25; Lieut. P 4 May, 26; Capt
P 12 Oct. 30; Major, 30 April, 41 ; Brevet Lieut.-Col. 31 Dec. 41.
Charles P. Ainslie, 2nd Lieut. 10 April, 25; Lieut, P 28 Jan. 26; Capt. P16
Mar. 30 ; Major, P 14 Oct. 42.
CORNET.

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

BRKV.-MAJ.

CAPTAINS.
0 Wm. Henry Archer .... P 28 Dec. 32 P 17 July 35 P 1 June 38
0 Henry Edw. Doherty .... P31 Dec. 33 P 15 July 36 P17 May 39
P 28 Dec. 21 P 19 May 25 P 16 Mar. 30
A
0 Charles Steitart
10 Dec. 25 P 5 Feb. 29 P 9 Nov. 38
0 George Gardine Shaw* . . P30 May 11 21 Dec. 13 31 May 39
0 Arch. Edward Bromwich 17 Feb. 20 12 Aug. 29 30 Nov. 39
P 29 April 36 P 1 June 38 P 30 Apr. 41
0
0 Geo. K. Massy Dawson P 30 July 36 P 6 Nov. 40 P25 Nov. 42
0 Wm. Clarke, Qr.v. 16 Sop. 37 24 April 38
4 Jan. 41 P 25 Nov. 42
i For Ci.l. Townsend1* service*
LIEUTENANTS.
page.
9
0 Charles T. Griffis, H.M. . . P 5 Feb. 36 P 27 July 38 see3 preceding
Lieut-Col. Havclock served In
6
0 John Hesketh Goddard. . P 26 July 39 P 15 Jan. 41 the Peninsula from July 1810 to Ihr
P 24 Sept. 12 P 6 May 13 end of that war In 1811, including
22 10A
the battles of Busaeo, Sabugal. Sa
P 27 Julv 26 P 12 Feb. 29 lamanca,
19
and Vlttorla ; passage of
P 27 Apr. 32 P 22 July 36 the Blduaoa. battle of the Nl0 Frederick Holder 9
13
velle.
atTair*
Bayonne, battles,
P
29
May
35
10
0 Arthur Scudamore7 ....
18 Feb. 38 of Orthes andnear
Toulouse. Served
10
0 Richard Herbert Gall . . P 3 July 35
7 Dec. 38 also the campaign
of ISUs and Mas
0 Jn. Forster FitzGerald 7 . . P 24 Mar. 37 31 May 39 wounded at Quatre Bras.
8
4 Lieut-Col. Harvey served at the
0 John Augustus Todd' .. n 28 Apr. 37 P 14 June 39 investment
8
of Kolapora hi the East
0 Rich. Buckley Prettcjohn P 23 Feb. 38 PISOct. 39 Indies, In Sept
7
1817. Employed
0 Henry Frederick Hodson P 14 Sept. 38
7 Dec. 39 on the Staff In the late operatioa*
7
against Ibrahim Pacha, la Syria,
0 Charles Wm. Thompson8 P 26 Feb. 36 P 17 Jan. 40 and
9
was present it the skjrsaiah
0 Thomas Wm. Smith .... P 7 July 37 P 31 July 40 with the Egyptian troops near At.
8
P 20 Oct. 40 P30 Dec. 41 kelon, 1Mb Jan. 1841.
0
5
Capt Shaw served at the siege
0
7
14 Dec. 3* P 16 April 41 of 6Hattrau,
and In the Mabralla
P 14 Jan. 41 P25 Nov. 42 campaigns
0 Joseph Cuff Barrett
4
of 1817 and 18.
P 15 Jan. 41 P25 Nov. 42 6 Lieut Boalth served in the
0 Wm. Ncttleship "
4
Habratta campaigns of 1817 and
0 BalcarresWardlaw Ramsay P 15 Dec. 40 p 5 Aug. 42 18
5
; present at the siege of Talaelr.
0 Francis Delaval Gray . . Pll Jan. 39 20 Aug. 44 capture of Slodwab, battle of Ma(i
heidpore. and various skirmishes,
CORNETS.
8 Lieut. Thou ipjon served as a Captain in th
4
0 Charles Potts Rosser. . . . P 8 Jan. 41 Anglo
Spumh L tginn. and was engaged at Ueroani
5
0 Wm. Edward Buller .... P 15 May 40 30th A.u. 1836 the operations ota the heights of
Arlaban. 16th, 1 7th, and 18th Jan. 1836 1 and the
4
0 Richard P. Apthorp, <!({;. P 30 Apr. 41 action
Sal i Sebastian, 6th May. 1836, in which
P 1 May 41 he was before
4
0
severely ounded In the hip and tbe hand,
4
9 Lieut. Holde r served with the 13th Light InfanfBT
0 Robert Johnston Brown P31 Dec. 41
the cnmp aitm in aiTithanislan In 1836 and ,39.
3
0 William M'Mahon .... P 26 Nov. 42 during
and was present at the assault and capture of the
4
0
27 Aug. 41 fortress and elta del of Obuzncc, for which he hat
2
0 George Anthony Foster. . P 24 Mar. 43 received a medal.
0 Paymaster. i.t Sam. Rol e," 3 Sept. 12
33
4
0 Adjutant. Cornet H. Pr etyman Apthi >rp, 25 Nov. 4
1 Quarter-Master.13 ffitH Samuel Brod ribb," 15 Jan 29.
15
19 'A Surgeon.Robert Dunkii Smyth,6Noi'.40; A.-S.6 Dct.25;fl".-^.19May,26.
0 Assistant -Surgeons.Ed ward Wm. St<me, M.D. 5 0 ct. 38.
7
0
Art liur Saundcrs Thomson, M D. 19 Oct. 38.
7
0 Veterinary Surgeon.J. G. Philips, 28 Aug. 38.
7
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1 Si rEdn nrd Kcrrison served at the He! der in 1709; Inc udinn the battle , of the 19th Sept , Sd and Cth
Oct. Camp >lgn of IMIH-U In Spain, under E ir John Moore, Including the b title of Corunno. Commandrd
the 71 ll Hus *;iis in the campaigns of 1613, 1 4, and 15, and w as present at til ) battles of On lies and Waterloo, fo rwhic h he has received medals. Sir Edward was sl rely wounded (i is arm having been broken in
two p acea) In Spain, K Dec. 1808; and a ightly wounded at Waterloo, w icre he hod also a bone shot
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7 Ll euteni ints Scudamore, FitzGerald, an d Todd served with the 4th Ll ;ht Dragoons during the ca>mpalgn In Afl (hanlitan under Lord Keane, a nd were present at the siege and caplure of Ohuznee,
10 I ieut. Settleship served as a Captain n the Anglo-Spi inlsh Legion, du ring the years 1831, 30, and 37,
and w is pro sent at the relief of Bllboa, ope rations on the h M.I- of Arlaboi i In Alava, 10th, 17th, Did ISlh
Jan. 1 336; tctlon before San Sebastian, Oth Mny ; action on the Amelia He ghts, 1 Oct. i operatious on the
luth, Kill, 1 1th, 15th, and 10th March, 1. :i ; siege of Irun, and various ski inUhrs.
11 ( ay ma>ller Rofe served In the Peninsu a from Oct. 181 !to thend of th t- wur.
linsula from Scp1 1. 1613 to Iho end of the war; present at Waterloo.
19 Q lart.- Master BKxlrif

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Colonel.f) Sir Robert Thomas Wilson,1 Comet, Apr. 1794; Lieut. 31 Oct.
94; Capt. 21 Sept, 90, Major, 28 June, 1800; Lieut.-Col. 27 Feb. 02 ; Col.
25 July, 10 ; Major-G> n. 4 June, 13; Lieut.-Gen. 27May,25; Gen. 23 NOT.
41 ; Col. loth Hussars, 29 Dec. 35.
Lieut.-Colonel. V Lov ell Benjamin Lovell," KIT. Cornet, P18 Dec. 05;
Lieut. P19 May, 08; C, ipt. P12 Dec. 11 ; Brevet-Major,^ Jan. 19; Rcijtl.Major, P28 Oct. 24 ; L ieut.-Col. P21 Nov. 28; Col. 23 Nov. 41. '
Sir Walter Scott, Bart. Cornet, P10 June, 19 ; Lieut. P24 Oct. 21 ; Capt. PIG
June, 25 ; Major, P26 F eb. 28; Lieut.-Col. 31 May, 39.
Majori.George Wm. Ke y, Cornet, P5 July, 31 ; Lieut. 25 Aug. 33 ; Capt. r 1C
Sept. 37 ; Major, P 1 4 J une, 42.
Henry Bond,3 Cornet, P2 5 May, 09 ; Lieut. 1 March, 11 ; Capt. P6 May, 24 :
Brevet-Major, 28 June , 38 ; Major, 24 Nov. 43.
CORNET.
LIEUT.
CAPTAIN. BREV.-MAJCAPTAINS.
E. Tho. Barley Chambers P 14 Dec. 32 P 2 Aug. 33 P28 Nov. 37
Michael Wm. Smith
19 Nov. 30 P21 Feb. 34 P23 Apr. 39
Charles H.T.Hecker.... P29 Aug. 26 P 3 Jan. 28 2 June 39
Oswald Sam. Blachford P 6 Dec. 27 P 13 Sept. 31 P 1 Aug. 34
P28 June 31 20 Apr. 34 9 Mar. 42
Richard Knox
P 4 Dec. 32 P 16 Sept. 37 P 14 June 42
Francis Woodley Home P31 Aug. 32 P 0 Sept. 33 P 19 Aug. 42
Richard Francis Poore . . P 22 July 24 P 3 Dec. 25
7 July 43
12 June 35 P 9 Mar. 38 13 Aug. 44
LIEUTENANTS.
I Colonel Lovetl served at the
P10 Oct. 34 P14 Apr. 37 taking of Monte Video under Sir
John Brett
Sam.
In 1807, and subse
Geo. Aberc. Robertson* . . 26 Apr. 28 13 May 31 quentlyAucbmuty
in the Peninsula, Including
Octuriua Geo. Perrott . . 2C May 27 11 Oct. 32 Uie battles of Talavera, the Coa,
Fuentes d'Onor (wounded),
P.D'OrmieuxVon Streng6 Pll Nov. 28 17 Apr. 34 Uusaeo,
Vlttoria, the Pyrenees,
P27 Sept. 33 P19 Dec. 34 Salamanca,
Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse : actions
George Home, adjutant P 19 June 35 P28 Aug. 38 or sklrmisbcs near Talavera, Sexla Mula, La Hcarcs,
P 22 Aug. 37 P29 Mar. 39 ntlro, Val de
Ouarda, Colmbra, Valle,
Joseph Clayton Jennyns6 P 8 Feb. 39 18 June 41 Frelxeda,
Vcnda dc Sierra, Fombal, Hedinha,
Lewia Edward Nolan . . P 15 Mar. 39 P19 June 41 Miranda de Corvo, Coa, Galllgos,
Nave d'Aver, Espiga, near Fuentes
P21 June 39 Pll Feb. 42 d'Onor,
Henry Brett
Llvrcna, near Salamanca,
Tho R. Crawley
19 Dec. 34
9 Mar. 42 SI Christ! vd. Rueda. Castrillos,
Matylla. at Burgos, OMna,
Blackwood Moutray Read P22 June 39 Ml June 42 Foneastin,
Pampcluna, Vale de Dastan.
P29 Nov. 39 1 April 43 Huarte,
Charles Bill
Paas or Mara, Lines of Alnho, Cambo.
P23 July 41 P 19 May 43 Haspairen, Hellte, Garris, SauveSt. Gladie, Buelno, Garllu,
Maurice Lynch Blake . . Pll Mar. 42 P 14 July 43 terre,
San Roman total.len general action*,
P 19 June 41 21 Dec. 43 forty
minor actions or skirmishes,
W. Blucher Lumlcy Sleigh P 3 Dee. 41 P31 May 44 besides attending seven sieges ; and
the siege of Oporto, being one
P 12 Oct. 39 P 29 July 44 ofwastheat Military
Reporters under Lord
Matthew Edward Hoare P 20 June 41 13 Aug. 44 Wm. Russell.
4 Lieut. Rober ion was wounded In action at Coorg,
COBNETS.
April 18. M.
P 4 Mar. 42 Madras,
3 Lient Von Streng served with the 13th Light
Jai. L. Sandys Luinsclainc P 22 April 42 Infantry in Affghanlslan, and was present at both attacks
and for which he has received the Mrdal.
George Stoney Swinney PI 4 June 42 on 6Ghusnee,
,'MIU ns scived as a captain in tlie late
P 7 July 43 Anglo.Lieut.
Spanish Lt gion, and was present in every action
'in
May
44
of importance dur ing tbat service, except of that on the
Gut. Adolphus Hartman
May, 1836. Be has recfilvcd the decoration of San
William Veall Greetbam P 31 May 44 oth
and a medal for the storm and capture of
Walter Clarkson
20 Aug. 44 Fernando,
Iron.
Edmund Ruck Keene . . P20 Dec. 44 7 Dr. atonal M rvcd ID the Burmese war.
Paymatter.James < i n-t ivus Hamiltoi i Holmes, 24 P eb. 31 ; Ens. Pll June, 30;

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0 Quarter-Matter.Willia m Betson,' 1 Nov. 35.
0 Surgeon.Jas. Mouat,7 J I.D. 15 Feb. 27; Auitt.- Surg. 1 Oct. 12; Hasp.'

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0 Veterinary Surgeon.Th oiniis Hurforc , 25 Jan. 39.

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I Sir Robert Wilson wired In Fluiden and Holland in 1793, 4, and 5; In the rebellion In Ireland in 1708;
la Holland In 1700; the Egyptian campaign of 1801 ; capture of the Cape of Good Hope In 1800 ; ralacd and
comnuuided the Liu.Union Legion In 1808 and 0 in Spain and Portugal. Served fevera! cainpalgui with the
Baulan array in Russia.) Poland, Germany, and Prance; and with the Austrian array In Italy.
> M)or Bond w rvtd in the 17th Lt, Dri. at the taking of Anjr to Cuteh in 1816 t 1*o throughout the M*hr..tt.. campaign
T U17 ari'l 18. II WM prcwat wilh the llth Lt. Dn. -t the *\tgt and capture of Bhurtpor* in 1M1-6. Accompanied the
.M U. Dra. late Afh.tnii(n wiUi the force under Sir Qco. Pollock, and wai prcttnt at the fbrcln* of the Khyber Pan, and
to evfrr mractrmeDt in the advance of the army on Caboo) i alto commandtnl the Rear Guard on three different occasion*,
enc*f*4 UM ntmy at Texen and Jufdulluek. and safely curertd and protected the whole of the baggage of the army, not nbMandinc the repeated attacks of the enemy.
gUaVtEr-Uuter Bction serrwl at the siefe and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1RJ5 and 6.
IA bOT WH pre.Mnl with the 16th Lancrri iu th ariion at Maharajporc. 2U. Dvc. 1I3.

] 16th ( Tfie Queen's) Re<jL of Light Drag.


" TALAVERA"" FUENTES D'ONOR"" SALAMANCA"" VITTORIA"" NIVE"
"PENINSULA" "WATERLOO" "BI1URTPORE"" AFFGHANISTAN"
"GHUZNEE""MAHARAJPORE."
Teara'Serv. Colonel.9 ffliS Sir Johc Ormsbv Vandeleur,1 GCB. Eat. 20 Dec. 1781 ; Li.
21 Julv, 83 ; Capt. 7 M a. 92 ; Major, 1 Mar. 94 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 Jan. 98 ; Col.
04
25 Apr. 1808; Major-tSen. 4 Juue, 11; Lieut.-Gen. 19 July, 21; Got. 28
Full Half
June 38 ; Col. 16th Lan cere 18 June 30.
Pay. PT.
Lieut -Colonel*. P Will iam Persse,a CB. Cornet, 10 Jan. 00 ; Lieut. P27 NOT.
06 ; Capt. 23 Jan. 12 ; Major, 25 May, 22; Lieut.-Col. P6 Dec. 33.
39
0
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Charles Robert Cureton "CB.-Eru. 24 Feb. 14; i(.27June,16; Capr.P12NoT.
31
0
25 ; Major, P6 Dec. 33 ; revet-Lt.-Col.23}u\y,39; Lieut.-Col. 21 Aug. 30.
Comer, P4 April, 16; Lt. P4Dec.
39 0 Majors.George James i[ouatM'Dowell,4CB.
17; Capt. P 14 Nov. 27; Major, P4 Aug. 37 ; Brevet- Lieut.- Col. 23 July, 38.
21 A John Rowland Smyth,5 <hornet, P5 July, 21 ; Lieut. P26 May, 25; Capt. T '22
April, 26 ; Major, P 17 Vug. 41.
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CAPTAINS.
Thos. Hooke Pearson8... P14 Mar. 25
P 13 Aug. 25
0 Edw Baker Bere7
0 G. O'Halloran Gavin" . . i>13 Nov. 27
P 7 Sept. 20
0
P 10 Jan. 28
0
P 15 June 30
0 William Wilmcr'
0 Robert Algernon Smith . . P 5 July 33
0 Charles Wm. Reynolds9 P29 June 32
0 Edward Jamee Pratt* . . 14 Feb. 28
LIEUTENANTS.
l> 1 Nov. 28
0 Francis Thos. Mcik'
0 BIB Wm. Webster, R. M.' P 14 Oct. 29
PIC Nov. 32
0 Richard Pattinson'
P 1 Nov. 33
0 Wm. Petrie Waugh'
0 Geo. Thos. W. Pipon7 . . P 10 Jan. 34
Pll Apr. 34
0
P 13 June 34
0
0 Rob. Abcrcromby Yule' P 8 July 86
0 D. H. Mac Kimion7 .... P 1 July 86
0 Charles John Foster*. . . . P 8 Apr. 30
0 John Percy Smith7 .... P 8 July 36
0 Henry Doni. Swetenham* P 3 Feb. 37
P27 May 37
0 Tho. Folliott Powell*
P23 Mar. 38
0 J Ross O'Conor9
0 Patrick Dynon,* adjutant 29 May 39
P 13 Oct. 39
0
0 John Hallowell Carew . . Pll June 41
P31 Dec. 39
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CAPTAIN.

P 1 Aug. 20
P29 Aug. 20
P 14 Oct. 29
P10 July 28
P25 June 30
11 Apr. 33
P22 Nov. 36
27 Mar. 34
P20Jan. 32

P 16 Aug. 31

BKEV.-MAJ.

P 6 Dec. 33
P26 May 37
P 7 Feb. 34

EKS.iac-a
P13 Dec. 39 . *uie, M-K.*i'li; \iml41 n<m* "d 1>mitL'
' i^Apri. u wrTed w|(h tb^

20 Sept. 44 reel, during (hicampiign In AffghanisUP under Lord


Keane, and were present at the siege
P 4 May 32 and capture of Ghumee ( Medal).
25 Sept. 32 8 Capts. Gavin, Frier, Wllner.
Pratt i Lieuts. Mcik, FatUnP18 Apr. 84 and
son, Harriott, Fustor, Swetenham,
P29 May 35 Powell, and Dynon. and Qr. -icarter
P 3 July 35 Rotscr served the campaign in Affunder Lord Keane* inclu
P 8 July 30 gbanistan
ding the siege and capture of Ghuxnev
P23 Dec. 36 t Medal). They were alto present In
i'26 May 37 Uie action at M&tiaraj pore, X&Vh
Dec. 1843 (Medal.) Captain Pratt
"--"! Mar. 38 scrred
as A*siitant*AdJutant-Gcoeral
21 Dec. 38 of Cavalry, and Lieut. Pattiavin ai
Major
or Brigade, la thr action of
21 Aug. 39
P 13 Oct. 39 Maharajpore.
9 Cupts, Uooium and Reynolds,
P 16 April 41 Lu. Waugh and (VConnor, Coneta
Or,,,.', Waller, and Morris, and Dr.
P 3 June 42 Currie
were present in the actiuo at
16 June 42 Maharajpora (Medal.)
P 17 June 42 10 LU Webster served at Waterloo
the 17th and 18tb June i alxo at the
P 7 July 43 on
siege and capture of Bhurtpore ; re
20 Dec. 44 ceived a sabre cut on the right hand
in affair with enen iy in front of Bhurtoorc, 10 Dee. ISSA.
11 Paymaster 1 Villiams scrred the campaign of 1799
In Holland ; at t! le siege and capture of Bhurtpor* in
182i and 6 ; the a tmpalgn tn AffghanLstan under Lord
Keane, including the siege and capture of GDU.MC i
and be was also p csent in the action at MahArajporc.

P 13 Mar. 40
P17 June 42
P 18 June 42
20 Dec. 44
Paymatt.Vf. Williams,1 2 8ept.24 ; C irnetfyAdjt.l 6 Mar. 05 ; Lieut. 12 Fcb.06.
Adjutant.Lieut. Patric k Dynon,8 12 Dec. 39.
Quarter-Matter.Georg< Rosser," 23 E ept. 36 ; Ent. 20 Aug. 30.
Surgeon.Backshall Lan e Sandham, 28 July 20; Asstot.'Surg. 13 NOT. 07 ;
Hoip.-Alt'ut. 22 Sept. ( )6.
ScarletFacingt Blue.
0 Assist.-Surgt.Henry Pil leau, 22 Jan. 36.
Samuel C urric.'M.D. 1 4 Oct. 30.
Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
0
0 Veterinary Surgeon.

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

James Thomson Waller*

i t r John Vandelcur served on the Continent inder th Duke of York, in 1794 and '.'.. including the battles of the M and
18th ft *7> L lit June, betides several minor aff) tin. Commandet a brigade of Cav ilry in India, under Lord Lake, and
Agra and Bhurtpore. Commanded a
was pi
udad Rodrigo (wounded when leading
lirlfid
hlidl rlalgn to the breach), and bait lei of Salamanca, VlttorU, Nivc, and Waterloo, fi r which he has received decorations.
IL cut, -Col, Pence served In the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of the war, and w si severely wounded by a musket shot
In the action of the lOlh De. 1813, near Bavottne. In AUK. 181* he embarked for America u Aide-de-camp to Sir John
Kruu , and was present at New Orleans. At the siege and cai.turr of Bhurtpore by Lord Combermere, he commanded the
Regt. and also durinf thr campaign In AffghanUtan under Lord Keane, tacludln the siege and capture of Gnome*.,
for oil Ich he has received a medal.
3 L L-Col. Cureton served in the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of the war, inc.ud.n t the battlet of Talarcra. Busaco, *ml
Fuent s d'Onot t siege of Badajoi In April IBIS , battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrld, battles of Vittoria, Orthrs, Tarbe*.
mndT oulouse t wounded In the right leg by a rifle ball In crossing the Monde-go, ne ir Colmbra, 1st Oct. 1810 ; rccc.ved
erere sabre cut on the bead (skull fractured)* and another on the left hand at Fucntci d'Onor. . ih Majr, l--.ii. Served attha
i*e aod capture of Bhurtpore. In 1825-6 ; also the campaign In Afghanistan under Lord Keane, including the liegt and
eaplu e of Ghuinec t and commanded a brigade of cavalry ID the action of Mabaraj|K>re
< L t-Col. M' Dowell served at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in .utt-ti; the campaign in Afghanistan under Lord
Keanc , including the siege and capture of Ghuznec ; and he commanded the 16th Laneers in the action of Maharajpor*.
:. H ajor Srrmh served with th Regt. at the siege of Bhurtpore, under Lord Combennerei * also in the action of Mabarajporr.
6 C aptaln Pearson served at the ilrge of Bhurtpore, and was a volunteer for th< dismounted eavalrr storning party.
Senret also In the action at Maharajpore.

H -.- Quartan

llth Regiment of Light Dragoons.(Lancers.')

143

On the Standards or Guidons, " Death's Head," with the Motto, " Or Glory."
Yean' Son
8

Pan Half

Colonel.
Hit Royal Highness, Prince George W. F. C. of Cambridge, KG. Colonel,
3 NOT. 37 ; Colonel of the 17th Lancers, 25 April, 42.

P.T-

Lieut.-Colonel.
35

0 Matthew C. D. St. Qulntin, 2nd Lieut. 1 29 June, 20; Lieut. P8 Jan. 24; Capt.

1 9 Nor. 26 ; Major, P 15 April, 37 ; Lieut.-Col. P 31 Dec. 39.

Ifajor.
25

Lawrenson, Cornet, 12 NOT. 18; Lieut. P6 Dec. 21 j Capt. P27 Aug. 25


1ft John
Brevet-Major, 28 June 38; Jtegtl.-Maj. v 31 Dec. 39.
CORNET.

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

BREVBTMAJOK.

CAPTAINS.

0
0
0
0
0
0

6
5
5
3
3
3
7

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

10
11
0
9
6

2
1
1
1

31
1
14
19

John Roger Palmer .... P 7 Aug. 30 P 18 Mar. 37


' 18 Apr. 34 P 14 Apr. 87
P 4 Mar. :n P 1 Mar. 39
P 9 Dec. 3d P31 Dec. 39
Aug. Saltren Wlllett
Edward Calvcrt, Scobcll P 1 Mar. 39 P 4 Sept. 40
Henry Robert Boucherett P 27 July 38 P 16 April 41
LIEUTENANTS.
Abraham Hamilton .... P 1 NOT. 39 P 21 May 41
Henry Roxby Benson . . P 31 Jan. 4( P 15 April 42
Charles Win. Miles .... P 4 Sept. 40 P14 June 42
P 18 Mar. 42 P14 Apr. 43
P 22 April 42 P10 Nov. 43
Norman Mitchell Innes P 22 July 42 P 6 July 44
Jno.KlphinstoneFleeming P 24 Mar. 38 P26 Nov. 41
CORNETS.
Rdw.C-ArnemanHaworth P 31 Mar. 43
John Filiner Blathwayt P 21 Apr. 43
Richard Douglas II ay Lane P10 NOT. 43
JohuStephenson/u^/utanl 16 Feb. 44
Henry William Lindow. . Pll July 44
William Ince Anderton . . P 12 July 44

P 4 Sept. 40
1-21 May 41
P 16 April 42
v 14 June 42
P 14 April 43
P 6 July 44

3f, Paymaster.George Chandler,1 25 Sept. 28; Em. &. Adj. 25 Feb. 11 ; Lieut.
86 March, 12; Capt. 25 March, 14.
0 A'ljiit-mf.Cornet John Stephenson, 16 Feb. 44.
0 Quarter-Matter,William Hall, 10 May, 31.
0 Surgeon.James Brown Gibson, M.D. 2 July 41; Aitist.-Sury. 12 Jan. 29;

Hotp.-Auitt. 14 Dec. 26.


10

0 Attitt.-Surgeon.George Anderson, 12 June, 35.

19

0 Veterinary Surgeon.John Wilkinson, 27 April, 26.


BlueFacings White.Agenti, Messrs. Cox & Co.
[Returnedfrom the Eatt Indies, May, 1823.]

1 dpi. Oiindlcr'i wrrleo:Campaign of 1700 in Holland, including the actions of the 8nd and 6th Oct. ;
itiC< of JlalU, and lurrendcr of La Valelta; battle of Haldu; expedition to Egypt In 1807; Ionian Iilandi
in ISO*, and uegc aud capture of Santa Maura in 1810; woundod before Rwetta in 1607.

Years' Serv.

1st (or Grenadier) Regiment of Foot Guards.

Full Half
Pay. Pay.

"LTNCELLES""CORUNNA""BARROSA"" PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."

58

Colonel.
0 $ MS Arthur, Duke of Wellington,1 KG. GCB. & GCH. Era. 7 March, 87

34

33

33

23

36

34

31

31

30

25

2*

26

*H

24

2*

26

42

23

22

22

21

3A

21

20

20 14^
20

144

0
0

I *
19

18

17

17

16

15

16

Lieut. 25 Dec. 87 ; Capt. 30 June, 91 ; Major, 30 April, 93; Lieut.-Col. 30


Sept. 93; Col. 3 May, 96; Major-Gen. 29,April, 1802; Lieut.-Gen. 25
April, 08; Gen. (in Spain and Portugal) 31 July, 11 ; Field Marshal, 21 June,
13 ; Col. Grenadier Guards, 22 Jan. 27.
Lieut.-Colonel.
$ fflaa Edward Clivc,2 Ens. P4 July, 11 ; Lieut, k Capt. 25 Dec. 13 ; Lieut.Col. P19 Sept. 26; Major k Colonel, P15 May, 40; Lt.-Col. P8 Nov.44.
Majori.
3 John Home, Ens. P19 Jan. 13; Lieut. kCapt. P30 June, 15; Capt. k Lieut.Col. P 10 May, 27 ; Major k Col. Pll Sept. 40.
2 D 8 Charles F. Rowley Lascellcs,' Era. P10 Sept. 12 ; Lieut, k Capt. 9 June,
14 ; Cap*, k Lt.-Col. P 21 Feb. 28 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41; Major k Col. 4 July 43.
1 Henry Robert Ferguson, Cornet, P18 March, 18; Lieut. P 25 Feb. 19; Capt. P26
Sept. 22; Major, P 19 Dec. 26 ; Lieut.-Col. P 8 May, 28; Col. 23 Nov. 41 ;
Major k Colonel, P8 Nov. 44.
Captains and Lieut.-Colonels.
ffla Lonsdale Boldero,J Em. 15 Sept. 09; Lieut, k Cnpf.200ct. 13; Copt
k Licut.-Col. 22 July, 30.
Sir Ord John Honyman,6 Bart. Cornet, 12 Dec. 11 ; Lieut, k Capt. 4 July,
15 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 28 Sept. 30.
Godfrey Thornton, Ens. P20 Jan. 14; Lieut, k Capt. Pll Oct. 21 ; Capt. &
Lieut.-Col. P3 Dec. 30.
Henry William Barnard, Ens. 9 June, 14; Capt. P 15 Aug. 22; Cnp*. k Licut.Col. P17 May, 31.
3 Philip Spencer Stanhope, Ens. 30 March, 15 ; Lieut, k Capt. P17 July, 23 ;
Cap*, k Lieut.-Col. P 16 March, 32.
1 John Julius Wm. Angerstein, Ens. k Lieut. P9 April, 18; Lieut, k Capt. P2
April, 25; Cnp*. k Lieut.-Col. P 12 Sept. 34.
1 Sir John Montagu Burgoyne, Bt. Ens, 17 Oct. 16 ; Ens. k Lieut. 1 Oct. 18 ;
Lieut, k Capt. P28 April, 25 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. >'5 June, 35.
3 George William Eyres, Ens. & Lieut. P 3 Dec. 18; Lieut, k Capt. P 26 May, 25;
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 1 July, 30.
William Fludyer, Ens. 30 Dec. 19 ; Ens. k Lieut. P 2o Oct. 21 ; Lieut, k Capt.
P 7 July, 25 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 2 Dec. 30.
2 \) Philip Joshua Perceval,7 2nd Lieut. Royal Marines, 2 July, 03 ; 1st Lieut.
15 Aug. 05; Ens. Grenadier Guards, 11 June, 11; Lieut, k Capt. 10
March, 14; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 10 Jan. 37.
2 Jas. Robertson Craufurd, Ens. 14 June, 21 ; Ens. k Lieut. P29 Aug. 22;
'ieut. k Capt. P 19 Sept. 26; Capt. k Licut.-Col. P18 Feb. 37.
3 Fred. Clinton, Ens.k Lieut. P 19 Nov. 23; Lieut, k Capt. P 10May,27 j Capt.
k Lieut.-Col. v 12 Jan. 38.
Richard Wm. Astell, Ens. k Lieut. P20 Nov. 23; Lieut, k Capt. P13 Sept.
27 ; Cnpf. & Lieut.-Col. P 7 July, 38.
I Thomas Wood, Cornet, P 16 Nov. 20 : Lieut. P 1 2 June 23 ; Capt. P 25 June 25 ;
Brev.-Maj. 28 June 38 ; Copf. & Lieut.-Col. P28 June, 39.
1 Charles Bagot, 2nd Lieut. 5 Aug. 24; Em. k Lieut. 24 Feb. 25; /...'.
& Capt. P 30 Dec. 28 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 15 May ,40.
2 Sir Gco. Aug. Fred. Houstoun, Bart., Ens. k Lieut. P2 Apr. 25; Lieut. &
Cop*. Pll June, 30 ; Cnpt.k Lieut.-Col. P 12 June, 40.
Ernest Frederic Gascoigne," Ens. 2 May, 11 ; Lieut. 13 May, 13; Capf.
6 July, 15; Major, P 19 May,25; Lieut.-Col. P3 June, 28; Col. 23 Nov. 41 .
1 Hon. Charles James Fox Stanley, Ens. Lieut. P 27 Apr. 25 ; //.'. k Capt.
P 18 June 30 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P30 Oct. 40.
1 John Dixon, Ens. k Lieut. P 10 Dec. 25 ; Lieut, k Capt. P 1 Dec. 30 ; Capt.
k Lieut.-Col. P 1 8 May, 41 .
3 William Thornton, Ens. k Lieut. P8 Apr. 26; Lieut, k Capt. P3 Dec. 30;
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 8 June 41.
Hon. Francis Grosvenor Hood, Ens. k Lieut. P30 Apr. 27; Lieut, k Capt.
P31 Dec. 30; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P31 Dec. 41.
1 Charles William Ridley, Ens. k Lieut. P 21 Feb. 28 ; Lieut, k Capt. 1 14 June,
31 ; Cop*, k Lieut.-Col. P 14 July 43.
3 Hon. Augustus Frederick Foley, Ens. k Lieut. P30 Dec. 28; Litut. k Capt.
P 16 Mar. 32 ; Cop*. & Licut.-Col. P 16 Feb. 44.
3 Edward Birch Reynardson, Ens. P 5 Nov. 29 ; Ens. k Lieut. P 12 June 30;
Lieut, k Capt. P 12 Oct. 32; Copf. & Lieut.-Col. P 6 April 44.
2 Hon. Robert Bruce, i. Em. k Lieut. P 18 June 80; Lieut, k Capt. P 28 Feb.
33 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 2 Aug. 44.
1 John Spottiswoode, 2d Lieut. P12 Mar. 29; Em. & Lieut. P29 June 30;
Lieut, k Capt. v 4 Oct. 33 ; Capt. k Lieut.- Col. P 8 Nov. 44.

1st (or Grenadier) Regiment of Foot Guards.

Tan* Sen.
rail BJf
fm}. Pa/.

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20
15
15
15
19
18
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13
13

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13
12
12
12
13
12
11
11
10
10
10
15
10
9
9
8
8
8
13
8
8
7
7
7
8
6
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0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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0
0
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5
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4
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4
4

4
4
3
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3

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LlECTS. ASD CAI-TAIKS.

COR. 3D LT.
OH EK81GK.

Estsioy AHD
iirr i.

P 30 Dec. 26 P 31 Dec. 28
P 23 June 25 P 20 May 20
0 July 30
P28 Sept. 30
P 3 Dec. 30
2 lion Wm Leicester
P 13 Oct. 25 P 15 Aug. 20
15 Nov. 27 P 14 June 31
12 July 31
. Frederick Wm. Hamilton, adjutant
P 16 Mar. 32
1 Arthur Win. FitzRoy Somerset,9 *.
18 May 32
Major, 30 April 44.
P 20 July 32
P 27 July 32
P 22 Feb. 33
P 21 June 33
P 4 Oct. 33
2 Hugh Andrew Robert Mitchell
P 29 Nov. 33
P27 Dec. 33
P 18 Apr. 34
P 2 May 34
29 May 35
P 5 June 35
3 Robert Cavendish Spencer Clifford . .
P 10 July 35
21 Sept. 30 P 24 July 35
P 13 Nov. 35
3 John Augustas Udny, Major. 23 Nor. 41.
f 1 July 36
1 Hon. Henry Hugh Manvers Percy . .
P 2 Dec. 30
P 18 Feb. 37
1 Hon. Henry Townsheiid Forester . .
23 Feb. 37
P 24 Feb. 87
I1 20 July 32
9 May 35
P 8 Aug. 37
3 Robert Peel Dawson, t
1 Edward G. Wynyard
12 May 37 P 9 Jan. 38
P 12 Jan. 38
P 13 July 38
P 14 July 38
22 Sept. 37 P 28 June 39
P 30 Aug. 39
3 Sandford Graham
11 Jan. 39 P 0 Dec. 39

ENSIGNS AND LIKUTS.

a
5
1
3
9
1
1
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3 Han Mortimer West


2
2
3
1

J. G. II. Vac. Stopford


Ralph Bradford
Michael Bruce
Cha. Lennox Brownlow Maitland, .,-.

1 Henry Wm. George, Lord Pagct . .


3 His Serene Highness, Prince William
Augustus Edward of Saxe Weimar
1 Wm. Drogo, Vitcount Mandeville, ..
3 Hon. Henry Aldworth Neville ....
1 Jas. Fred. Dudley Crichton Stuart ..
3 Richard Lloyd
3 Hon. Egremont William Lasccllcs..
1 John George Cavendish Disbrowe . .
2 Cuthbert George Ellison
3 Beaumont William Hotham
2 William Henry Beaumont do Honev

P 1 May 40
P 12 June 40
P 14 Aug. 40
P 11 Sept. 40
P30 Oct. 40
P 15 Dec. 40
P 9 April 41
P 30 April 41
16 Dec. 40 P18 May 41
P21 May 41
1 June 41 P 8 June 41
P31 Dec. 41
3 Dec. 41 P21 Jan. 42
P 2 Sept. 42
P 3 Sept. 42
P 25 Oct. 42
P 20 July 30 15 April 42
P 23 Nov. 42
10 Aug. 42 P 24 Mar. 43
P 18 Sept. 40 P 14 July 43
2 Feb. 44
27 Dec. 42 P 16 Feb. 44
23 Nov. 43 P 6 April 44
P 20 July 44 P 2 Aug. 44
P 20 Aug. 44
P22 Nov. 44

145
LISUT. AHD
CAPTA1X.

P 20 July 32
P 12 Feb. 30
P 29 Nov. 33
P 27 Dec. 33
P 12 Sept. 34
P 12 Apr. 33
P29 July 30
1 Dec. 30
P 2 Dec. 36
P24 Feb. 37
P 2 June 37
P 8 Aug. 37
P 9 Jan. 38
P 12 Jan. 38
P 7 July 38
P 13 July 38
P 14 July 38
P 24 Apr. 40
P 15 May 40
P 12 June 40
P 14 Aug. 40
Pll Sept. 40
P30 Oct. 40
P 15 Dec. 40
P29 Dec. 40
P 9 April 41
P 16 April 41
P 18 May 41
P 8 June 41
P 29 Dec. 40
P 2 Sept. 42
P 25 Oct. 42
P 14 July 43
P 10 Feb. 44
P 5 April 44
P 2 Aug. 44
P20 Aug. 44
P 8 Nov. 44

1st (or Grenadier') Regiment of Foot Guardi.

146
Years' S*r.
Full Half
Pay. Pay.

Adjutants.
14
13
10

0 1. Capt. F. W. Hamilton, 22 July, 36.


0 2. Capt. Hon. J. Lindsay, 23 March, 38.
0 3. Capt. John Arthur Lambert, 24 March, 43.

30
16
15

0 2 $ 3131 John Payne,10 31 Aug. 15.


0 1 Richard France, 24 Dec. 29.
0 3 John Lilley, 8 June, 30.

32

Surgeon-Major.
0 James Johnson, 17 Apr. 40 ; Surgeon, 13 March, 28 ; Assist.-Surg. 25 July, 13

21
20

Battalion-Surgeon.
0 1 Ja8. Dennis Wright, 11 May, 3'2 ; Assist.-Surg. 11 Nov. 34.
0 2 Geo. Brown, 26 June, 40 ; Asst.-Surg. 12 Jan. 26 ; Hosp.-Ainst. 21 April, 25.

21
7

60

Quarter-Masters.

Assistant-Surgeons.
9

1 Fra. Cornelius Huthwaite, 10 Nov. 25 ; Hasp.-Assist. 16 NOT. 23.


2 George Eleazar Blenkins, 13 April, 38.
0 3 Thomas Graham Balfour, M.D. 29 Apr. 36.
Solicitor.John Parkinson, 19 July, 31.

1st Battalion returned from Portugal, 1828.


2rf Battalion returnedfrom Canada, Oct. 1842.
3d Battalion returned from France, ffov. 1818.
Facings Blue.Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
War Offer, <ft Julu, 1815.
THE PnlHCB REGENT, as a mark of His Royal Approbation of the distinguished gallantry of the Brigade
of Foot Guard* In the Victory of Waterloo, has been pleased, in the name and on the behalf or His Mty* sty,
to approve of all the Ensigns of the Three Regiment* of Pout Guards having the Rank of Lieutenant*, and
that such Rank shall be attached to all the future Appointments to Ensigncies in the Foot Guarda, ill tba
amc manner as the Lieutenants in those Regiments obtain the Rank of Captain.
His Royal Highness has also been pleased to approve of the Pint Regiment of Foot Guards being made a
Regiment of Grenadiers, and styled ' The First, or Grenadier Reffi-mmt of Foot Guard*," in commemo
ration of their having defeated the Grcnadien of the French Imperial Guards upon this memorable c

1 The Duke of Wellington has received a cross and nine clasps for Roleia and Vimicra, Talavera, Butaco,
Puentes d'Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse.
To sketch an outline of the pre-eminent services of the greatest soldier of the age, would far exceed the
limits of this work.
2 Colonel Clivc served In the Peninsula in 1614. Alto the campaign of 181S, Including the Lain. . o
Quatre Bras aud Waterloo, and taking of Peronne.
4 Colonel Lasccllcs served in the Peninsula in 1814. AUo the campaign of 1815, including the battles of
Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and taking of Peronne.
5 l.n ut.-i.'nl. Boldero served at Cadiz in 1810 and 11 ; in the Peninsula In 1812 and IS ; and in Holland In
1814. Was Adjutant at the battles of Qitulre Bras and Waterloo, and at the taking of Peronne.
6 Sir OrJ Hnnyman served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, and was present at the bombardment of
Antwerp, and storming of Bcrgen-op-Zoom, where he commanded the leading sub-division of the storming
party of the Grenadier Guards.
7 Lleut.-Col. Perceval served In the Peninsula In 1813 and 14. and was severely wounded at Bayonne, 14th
April, 1814.
8 Colonel Gascoigne served In the Peninsula from July 1613 to May 1814, including the passage of the
Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive, and the Investment of Bayonne. Served afterwards In the Ameri
can war, and was present at the battle of Bladensburg and capture of Washington, where he was lererelj
wounded.
9 Major Somerset served on the Staff of Sir Hugh Cough in the action at Maharajpore, and received
several severe wounds in personal rencontre.
10 Quartermaster Pajme senred In Sicily In 1806 and 7 ; in 1808 and 9 in Spain, and present In the actions
of Sahatun, Benevente, Lugo, and Corunna ; subsequently at Walcheren. He served also the campaigns of
1818, 13, 14, and IS, in the Peninsula, Prance, and Planders, and was present in the actions of the Pyrenees,
siege and capture of San Sebastian, passage of tho Bidassoa and of the Nive, action at the Major's Houae,
passage of the Bidassoa, sortie and investment of Bayonne, battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, capture of
Peronno onii of Paris, and subsequently with the army of occupation.

Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards,

147

" LINCELLES."The Sphinx, with the words " EGYPT"" TALAVERA"


" BARROSA"" PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."
Tean'Strr

47
Full Half
Py. Pay.

Colonel.
Hit
H Royal Highness A. F. Duke of Cambridge, KG. GCB. GCMG. GCH.
Lieut.-Gen. 24 Aug. 1798; Gen. 25 Sept. 03; Field-Mari?ial, 26 Nov. 13;
Colonel, Coldstream Guards, 5 Sept. 05.
Litut.-Colontl.

99

5 Wm. Lovelace Walton,1 Ens. P 8 May, 06; Lieut, k Capt. 7 Mar. 1 1 ;


9 Capt.
k Lieut.-Col. P20 Feb. 23; Major k Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lieut.-Col.
P31 Dec. 39.

37

37

94
32
88
25
85
23
22
22
21
20
22
20
22
20
90
10

i
i

Majors.
$ Charles Augustus Shawe,3 Ens. P 26 May, 08 ; Lieut, k Capt. P 23 April,
18 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 28 April, 25 ; Major k Col. i>8 Aug. 37.
$3@ Charles Anthony Ferdinand Bentinck,4 /;'..-. 16 Nov. 08; Lieut, k
Capt. 24 Sept. 12; Brevet-Major, 18 June, 15; Capt. k Lietit.-Col. 27
May, 25 ; Col. 28 June, 38; Major, P30 May, 43.

Captains k Lieut.-Colonels.
0 9 $ I*008- Chaplm, Ens. P 18 April, 11 ; Lieut, k Capt. 6 Oct. 14 ; Lieut.-Col.
P 15 Aug. 28 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41.
0 92 Henry John Wm. Bentinck, Ens. 25 Mar. 13; Lieut, k Capt.l8Jan.2Q ; Capt.
k Lieut.-Col. P 18 May, 29 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41.
iH 1 Wm. Henry Cornwall, Ens. k Lieut. 10 Aug. 16 ; Lieut, k Capt. 1 6 Nov. 24 ;
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 10 Feb. 32.
Brinckman, Ens. k Lieut. Pll Sept. 17; Lieut, k Capt. P28
*& 1 Briuckman
April, 25 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 20 April, 32.
2
Chas.
Murray
Hay, Ens. P 20 April, 20 ; Ens. k Lieut. P 1 Nov. 21 ; Lieut, k
0 9
Capt. P24 Dec. 25 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 22 June, 32.
1 2 Wm. John Codrington, Ens. P22 Feb. 21 ; Ens. k Lieut. P24 April, 23;
Lieut, k Capt. P 20 July, 26; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 8 July, 30.
0 2J Ely Duodecimus Wigram, Ens. k Lieut. P 29 May, 23 ; Lieut, k Capt. P 1
Aug. 26 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. v 13 Jan. 37.
Stewart Balfour, Ens. P 8 Feb. 21; Lieut. P 12 May, 25; Capt. P17
*A i8 Wm.
June, 26 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P24 Feb. 37.
i& 11 Geo. Knox, Cornet, P 15 May, 23 ; Lieut. P 15 June, 26 ; Capt. P 20 May, 26 ;
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. PS7 July, 38.
0 11 Hon. Arthur Upton Ens. k Lieut. P 10 Feb. 25 ; Lieut, k Capt. P16 May, 29 ;
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P31 Dec. 39.
0 1 Frederick Pagct, Ensign, 20 Mar. 23 ; Ens. k Lieut. 24 Feb. 26 ; Lieut, k
Capt. v 4 June 29 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P24 Jan. 40.
0 1I Hon. Edward Bootle Wilbraham, Ens. k Lieut. P 28 April 25 ; Lieut, k Capt.
P 13 Aug. 29; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 11 June 41.
George Frederick Upton, Ens. r24 April, 23; Lieut. P29 Oct. 25; Capt.
A 82 Hon.
P 12 Dec. 26; Major, P 16 June, 37 ; Lieut.-Col. P 16 April, 41.
0 1 John Henry Pringle, Ens. k Lieut. P 24 Dec. 26 ; Lieut. k Capt. 15 June 30 ;
Capt. k Lieut.-Col. P 13 May, 42.
0 1 John Christie Clithorow, 2nd Lieut. 11 April, 25 ; Ens. k Lieut. P8 April,
26 ; Lieut, k Capt. 22 July 30 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. >'30 May, 43.
0 2> Gordon Drummond, Ens. k Lieut. P 10 June 26; Lieut, k Capt. PdAug.
30 ; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. i-SO March 44.

1 Colonel Walton's services :Siege of Copenhagen In 1807 ; campaigns of 1809, 1810, and the first part
of Iftll, In the Peninsula, Including the Passage of the Douro, battles of Talavera and Buxoco, retreat to the
Line* of Torres Vcdras, and the subsequent advance to the Spanish frontier. Served also In Holland, Belpom and France, from Nov. 1813 to Nov. 1818, Including the battle of Waterloo.
3 Colonel Sliawo served tlio campaigns of 1810, 1811, and part of 1812, in the Peninsula, Including the
baUle of Bunoco. Served also in Holland and Belgium from Nov. r-I.j to Sc]>t. 1814, and wai nnttlf
woundrd at Bcrgen-op-Zoom.
Uu capture of Paris.
4 Colon*! Cbarle* Bentinck was wounded at linrrosa.
i Colonel Chaplin wai severely wounded at St. Seboitian.

Coldstream Regiment of Foot Guards.

148
reM' Serv.
Full Half
P./. PBJT.

19
20
19
19
16
16
18
15
12
12
11
11
11
10
16
8
8
8
11
7
8
8

LIEUTENANTS AND CAPTAINS.

CORNET,
ENSIGN
2D LIEUT.
AND LIEUT.
OR ENSIGN.

2 Lord Frederick Paulet, adjutant . .

0
0 2
0
0
0

A0
0
0
0
0
0
0 2
0
0
0 1
0
0
0
A0 11

11 June 26
P 20 Oct. 25 P 1 Aug. 26
P21 Sept. 26
Robert Vansittart
P 30 Dec. 26
P 4 June 29
P 13 Aug. 29
P 14 Nov. 20 P 16 July 29
P 21 Sept. 30
P 31 May 33
P 15 Nov. 33
P 5 Dec. 34
(i Dec. 34
28 Nov. 34 P 27 Mar. 35
P 24 April 35
Egerton Charles Wm. Miles Milman
2 July 29 P 12 Apr. 31
P 13 Jan. 37
Matthew Edward Tierney
P 10 Mar. 37
Pll Aug. 37
P 22 Aug. 34 P 16 Mar. 38
12 Jan. 38 P 20 July 38
Ifon. Francis John Robert Villiers.. P 4 Aug. 87 P 16 Nov. 41
John Agmondisham Vesey Kirkhm.l P 22 Aug. 37 P 27 July 38

LIEOT.
AND
CAPTAIN.

P21 Sept. 30
o 10 Feb. 32
26 NOT. 3S
P31 Hay 33
P 5 Dec. 34
P27 Mar. 35
P 23 Aug. 33
P 21 April 37
P 5 July 39
P 19 July 39
P31 Dec. 39
P 24 Jan. 40
Pll Sept. 40
P 5 Feb. 41
P 28 Dec. 38
P 15 Oct. 41
P 27 Jan. 43
PSOMay 43
P30 Dec. 42
P 29 Mar. 44
P 4 Aug. 43
P 6 Sept. 44

ENSIGNS AND LIEUTS.


6
6
6
7
6
6
6
4
6
4
5
G
9
5
4
2
3
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

19
11

0
0

9
8

0
0

26

6A

20

7
13

0
0

1 Charles H. White
2 Poulett G H. Somerset
2 Geo John Whyte Melville

11 Jan.
P 28 July
P 29 Mar.
P 19 July

39
38
39
39

2 William Verner
P 7 June 39
Sir John Edward Harrington, Sort.
P 10 April 40
Dudley Wilmot Charleton
Lord Aug. Charles Lennox Fitz Roy 17 May 39
P21 Oct. 36
Charles Sedley Burdett
30 Dec. 40
2 William Charles Lyon
15 July 41

1
2
1
1

10 May 39
P 5 July 39
P31 Dec. 39
P 24 Jan. 40
P 1 May 40
Pll Sept. 40
35 Sept. 40
P 6 Feb. 41
P 23 April 41
P 1 June 41
Pll June 41
P 27 Aug. 41
25 June 41
P 13 May 42
P27 Jan. 43
P 30 May 43
P 29 Mar. 44
P 6 Sept. 44

2 Sir Geo. Ferd. Radziwill Walker, Bt. P 27 Dec. 42


2 Aug. 44
Adjutants.
2 Captain Lord Fred. Paulet, 25 Dec. 38.
1 Captain Wm. Samuel Newton, 27 11 ay, 42.
Quarter-Masters
1 William Morse, 2 June, 36.
2 Thomas Lee, 25 July, 37.
Surgeon-Major.
1 tRtiaWm.Hunter,7M.D.16Mar.38; Sui-j.4Sept.1C; Atsist.-Su rg. 10 Feb. 14.
Battalion-Surgcot i.
2 Edw. Grcatrex, 14 April, 43; A. S. 1 6 Nov. 26; 1losp.-Astist. ' !4 NOT. 25.
Assistant-Surgeon s.
1 Wm. Thomas Christopher Robinson, 23 Mar. 88.
2 James Munro, M.D. 2 Nov. 32.

Solicitor.William George Carter, 29 Jan. 24.


Facings BlueAgents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
[lit Battalion returnedfrom. France, July, 1814.]
[Zd Battalion returnedfrom Canada S9th Oct. 1842.]
7 Doctor Hunter terrod In ILe Peuinsula,~aud vat present during the blockade of Duj-oune.

Scots Fusilier Guards.

149

" LINCELLES"The "Sj'tiynx," with the words, " EGYPT""TALAVEHA"" BARROSA"


"PENINSULA" " WATERLOO."

Colonel.
His Royal Highness Francis Albert Augustus Charles Emanuel, Duke of
Full Half
Saxony, Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, KG. KT. KP. GCB. GCMG. Field
Par. Puy.
Marshal, 8 Feb. 40 ; Colonel of the Scots Fusilier Guards, 25 April, 48.

Yn' Sere.

40

33
31

Lieut.-Colonel.
2 U Wm. Henry Scott,1 Ent. 27 Oct. 05 ; Lt. Sc Capt. 28 Mar. 1 1 ; Capt. It Lt.Co/. 5 July, 15; Brevet-Col. 10 Jan. 37 ; Major & Col. P 1 1 Aug. 37 : Lieut.Col. 23 Nov. 41.
Majors.
0 2 (T&l Berkeley Drummond,' Ens. 5 March, 12; Lieut. Sc Capt. 4 July, 15:
dipt, Sc Lieut.-Col. " 21 Dec. 26 : Major Sc Col. 23 Nov. 41.
A 9 William Thomas Knollys,4 Ent. 9 Dec. 13; Lieut. & Capt. 25 Sept. 17 ;
Capt. & Lt.-Col. P31 Dec. 27 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Major & Col. P6 Dec. 44.
0

*1

31

31

25

25

23

&A

20

23

31

19

19

19

28

iA

20

19

18

Captains and Lieut.-Colonels.


Henry Colvilc, Em. P 29 Dec. 13 ; Lt. Sc Capt. v 6 Nov. 17 ; Capt. & Lieut. Col. P 0 July, 30.
J15J Hon. Hen. Montagu,4 Em. 21 April, 14 ; Lieut. & Capt.v 12 June, 23 ;
Capt. & Lieut.-Col. P 21 Sept. 32.
Philip James Yorke, Ens. 5 May, 14 ; Lieut. Sc Capt. v 24 Feb. 25 : Capt. Sc
Lieut.-Col. P 7 Aug. 35.
George Dixon, Em. Sc Lieut. P20 Jan. 20 ; Capt. P 8 April, 28 ; Capt. & Lieut.Col. P 20 May, 3C.
Hon. C. Beaumont Phipps, Ens. Sc Lieut. P 17 Aug. 20 ; Lieut. Sc Capt. P 12
Oct. 20; Capt. Sc Lieut.-Col. P26 May, 37.
John George Robinson, Ens. Sc Lieut. 23 Jan. 17 ; Lieut, k Capt. P 5 June, 27 ;
Capt. Sc Lieut.-Col. P 12 Aug. 37.
Patrick FitzHoy Wellcsley Campbell, 2nd Lieut. 13 Jan. 25 ; Em. & Lieut.
P14 July, 25 ; Lieut. Sc Capt. P3 July, 29; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. P9 Nov. 38.
George Morton Eden, Ens. P18 July, 22; Lieut. P10 Sept. 25; Capt. i'12
Dec. 26; 3//or,Pll Oct. 31 ; Lieut.-Col. P20 May, 36.
Brownlow Win. Knox, Ens. 8 Jan. 24 ; Ens. Sc Lieut. P 13 Aug. 25; Lieut. Sc
dipt. P 15 June 30; Cffp*. & Lieut.-Col. ? 15 Nov. 39.
George Moncrieffe, Ens. & Lieut. P8 April, 26; Lieut. Sc dipt. P 6 July, 30
Capt. & Lieut.-Col. P24 Jan. 40.
John Taubman Goldie Taubman, Cornet, P8 April, 20; Ens. & Lieut. P10
June, 26; Lieut. Sc Capt. v 20 July, 30 ; Cn;rf. Sc Lieut.-Col. P]4 Feb. 40.
Nathaniel Wuldegrave John Branthwayt Slicklethwait, Ens. & Lieut. P12
Oct. 20 ; Lieut. & Capt. P 31 Dec. 30 ; Capt. & Licut.-Ciil. P 18 May, 41 .
Fred. Henry Turner, Ens. Sc Lieut. 4 July, 15 ; Lieut. Sc Capt. P 26 Oct. 2C ;
Cnpt. & Lieut.-Col. 23 Nov. 41.
Henry Bathnral, Em. P 1 7 Nov. 25 ; Lieut. P 5 Apr. 27 ; Capt. P 1 1 June 30 ;
Capt. & Lieut.-Col. P 13 Jan. 43.
William Frederick Elrington, Ens. & Lieut. P 14 Nov. 26; Lieut.it Capt.
P 30 Aug. 31 ; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. P 14 April, 43.
Edward Waltei Forestier Walker, Ens. Sc Lieut. P 8 Mar. 27 ; Lieut. Sc Capt.
P 18 Oct. 31 ; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. PO Dec. 44.

1 Colour! Scott proceeded to the Peninsula in 180ft, and wiu prpucnt at the pMMRe of the Dourn, capture
f Oport/i, and tidnequent retreat of Soult's army. Wounded through the body at Talaiera, and being left
there in hospital, was made prisoner by the enemy.
3 Colonel Berkeley Urummond's services :Campaign of 1814 in Holland, Including the storming of
Bfrzrn-op-Zoom. Campaign of 1815, including the battlei of Quatre Brat and Waterloo.
4 Colonel Knollrs served in the South of France, from Oth March, 1814, to the end of the war j wa
promt at the blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the Sortie, on which occasion Sir Henry Sullivan and
to officer! of the Guards were killed or died of Iheir wounds.
5 Lieut -Col Montaeu served the campaign of 181A, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo.
1 D

150

Scots Fusilier Guards.

Y*ar' Serv.
Full Half
Pav. Pay.

18
18
18
17
16
19
15
15
14
15
T2
17
10
10
10
9
11
9
8
11
8
8
0

a
8
6

a
6
5
6
5
4
7
5
4
2
2
3
3
1
1
3
1

LIEUTENANTS AND
CAPTAINS.

COKNET,
ENSIGN
3D LIEUT.
AND LIEUT.
OR ENSIGN.

0
0
0
0 2 Hon Geo A F Liildell
0
v 11 July 26

A0
0 1 Edward Gage, (Brevet-Maj. 28 June. 38.)
0
0
0

]A

1 Hon. David Henry Murray, r

0
0
0
0
0

3 Aug. 30
.1' 20 Mar. 27

T 1 Aug. 34

0
0
P 2 May 34
0
0 2 Hon. Jas. C. Plautagenct Murray, at//.
0
0 1 Cha.As.slieton Fitz-Hard. Berkeley,*. v 27 May 36
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

ENSIGNS AND LIKCTEXAXTS.


2 J. Hamilton Elphinstone Dalryiuple
1 Sic Archibald Keppel Macdonald,.Bf. P 12 July 3U
1 lord Gerald Fitz Gerald

1 Hon. Hew Hamilton Ilaldane Duncan i' OJuly 38


i' 14 Feb. 40
2 Hon. Edw. Keppel Wcntwoith Coke
I' 7 Oct. 42
29 May 42
1 Lord BrownlowThos. Montague Cecil
P 29 April 42
2 John Floyd Peel

v 5 June 27
P 12 July 27
P 13 July 27
P 27 Nov. 28
P 4 July 29
26 Mar. 2ft
P20Julv 30
P 2C Oct. 30
P 30 Aui*. 31
P 21 Sept. 32
Pll Jan. 33
P 9 Nov. 30
P24 April 35
P 5 June 35
P 19 June 35
P 1-2 Feb. 36
P 26 Feb. 36
P 3 June 36
21 April 37
P16 June 37
P 26 May 37
25 July 37
P12 Aug. 37
P 2-2 Aug. 37

LIEUT.
AHD
CAPTAIN.

P 6 Jan. 32
24 Aug. 32
P31 Auo;. 32
P24 April 35
P 5 June 35
P 6 June 34
P 12 Feb. 36
P 20 Mav 30
P 1 July 36
P 12 Aug. 37
P10 Nov. 37
Plo Mny 35
P 9 Nov. 38
P 23 Nov. 3S
P24 Mav 39
P 1 Nov. 39
P 15 Nov. 39
P 14 Feb. 4O
P21 May 41
P 4 Sept. 40
P 1 July 4-2
P 13 Jan. 43
P14 April 43
P 6 Dec. 44

P 10 Nov. 37
p 1 Nov. 39
P 15 Nov. 39
P 24 Jan. 40
P 14 Feb. 40
P 27 Mar. 40
15 Dec. 40
P19 Feb. 41
! 18 May 41
P 21 May 41
P 6 Aug. 41
P 13 Jan. 43
P 7 April 43
P14 April 43
P 29 Sept. 43
11 April 44
P 12 April 44
P 12 July 44
P 6 Dec. 44

Atljutfutts.
1 Captain D. S. Dnvics, 14 April, 37.
2 Captain Hon. J. Charles P. Murray, 31 March, 4 It
Quarter- Masters.
12 0 2 fO Joseph Aston,1 9 Aujt. 33.
8
0 1 U 3M George Copeland,1' 7 April, 37.
Suryeon- Major.
39
0 2 D SSI Samuel Good,3 24 Feb. 37 ; Surg. 25 Dec. 1 ) ; Astut.-Sui g. 20 Feb. 06.
Battalion-Surgeon.
27
A \ Wm. Henry Judrl, 12 July, 27; Assist.-Snrg. 1 Jan. 18.
Aftistant-ftwgeotui.
22
0 2 Thomas Richardson, 4 Dee. 23.
0 1 John Bowlinsr, 1-2 July, 27.
18
Solicitor.Wilmer \Viliner, 27 Dec. 33.
Facings Blue.Agents, Sir John Kirkla id & Co.
it St Italian niitarliolfor the I'cninmla Dec. 1808, and returned from Francf J ulut 1*1*0
<f , ttlalic n embarked for tlir Xrtlifrlandt Nor. ISM, nnd returned froi France Jan. 1 816. Served in
Portugalfrom Drc, 18SO to March, 1H28.
1 Qu art'?r- Muster Aslon served thi> cnmi aijn of 1814 in Holland, Inoludir g the bomhardment of Antwerp,
ftinl stt n.iiii' of Benten-op-Zoom. Present at Quntre Bro and Waterloo.
a QI arter- Master Copelmid served in the Peninsnln, from March, 1813, to the end of th< war. Including
the foil tleof Vlttorla, slr.se of S;m Sebastian, passive of the Bldaxoa. the t'ivc, and the Ad our, inrettment
or Ba> onne, and rcpul>e of the surilc. Presitit at Quatrc B nnd WaterlfK>.
3 Ji . Goo d served with the expedition to Copenhagen In 1807; proceed >d with the arm y to the Peninlula h 1HOS and fifirved there tnttll tlie end of the war, including the paa.iaee of the Doum, tfl kinir of Oporto,
'mttles of I) saeo (tnd fui'iitcs d Onor, pieces of Ciudnd Uodrieo and Budajoz battle of Snlarn men, cApturv of
M.iciri. sice of Burros, battle of Vlttorin, nirxo of Sin Selmcllan, pussuce of the Hidnssui
>, the Hire, and
Hi* Ail our, a id invi-stuiont of Rayonne. Present at Quatrc Bran uud Watt rloo.

18
8

0
0

1st ( The Royal) Regiment of Foot.

151

3t Lucia.""Egmont-op-Zee." JVr Sphinx, with the words, " Egypt"" Corunna"


" Busaco" " Salamanca" " Vittoria" " St. Sebastian" " Nive" " Peninsula"
" Niagara''" Waterloo"" Nagpore"" Maheidpoor"" Ava."

uS
Full Half
Pay. P.1J.

: S

S0

&

37

3A

24

ft

81

19

Colonel.
9 Right Hon. Sir George Murray,1 GCB. GCH. Ens. 12 March, 1789 , Lieut.
Capt. 16 Jan. 94 ; Capt. ft Lietit.-Col. 5 Aug. 99 ; Col. 9Mar. 1809 ; Maj.Gen. 1 Jan. 12; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Gen. 23 Nov. 41; Col. of tha
Royals, 29 Dec. 43.
Lieut.- Colonels.
1 Andrew Brown, Em. 26 Oct. 20; Lieut. 17 March, 25; Capt. i>5 April, 31 ;
Major, P2G May, 38; Lieut.-Col. P8 June, 41.
2 D George Bell,3 Ent. 14 Mar. 11; Lieut. 17 Feb. 14; Capt. ? 7 Aug. 28 j
Brevet-Major, 29 Mar. 39; Major, 14 July, 43; Lieut.-Col. PO Dec. 43,
Majors.
\ Charles Deane,3 KH. Cornet, 5 Sept. 04 ; Lieut. P 6 July, 00; Capt. PfiDec,
18 ; Major, v 19 June, 35.
2 Richard Bennett,' Ens. 15 March, 21 ; Lieut. P25 Aug. 23; Capt. P3 Aug.
26; Major, P10 March, 37.
1 Alexander Barry Montgomery, Ent. 25 NOT. 24 ; Lieut. 30 Oct. 26; Capt.
P16 Aug. 33 ; Major, P6 Dec. 43.
2 Thomas Graham, Ens. 21 May 26; Lieut, P 27 April 27 ; Capt. P 9 Aug. 38 ;
Major, P 3 May 44.
ENSIGN.

25
25
30
20
19
19
19
15
14
15
13
19
21
13
21
20
12
IS
19
12

CAPTAINS.
2 Burton Davenev, Brtv.-Mnj. 23 Nov.41.
2 Fjlw A G Mullcr7
1 318A Richard Blacklin 8

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

2
1
1
1

27 April 20
3 Feb. 20
18 July 15
9 April 20
9 April iG
22 June '20
i> 17 Aug. 20
8 June 30
P 18 Nov. 31
P 29 June 30
Uarid Siritt Cooper
18 May 32
P 11 Jan. 33
29 June 24
P 29 Mar. 33
30 June 24
10 Feb. 25
Charles Curtis
P 12 April 33
\Villiuin Little Stewart
v 10 Aug. 33
Hon. Charles Dawsou Plunkett .... P 11 Oct. 33
22 Oct. 33
Frederick R. Mein

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

P 7 July 25
11 Aug. 25
13 July 20
P 17 May 27
P 2 Feb. 27
P12 April 27
22 Mar. 32
P 22 Mar. 33
P 16 Aug. 33
P 10 May 33
P 7 Aug. 35
P 18 Mar. 36
22 Mar. 26
P 17 Sept. 36
23 Mar. 26
19 Feb. 27
13 Jan. 37
P 20 Jan. 37
P 10 Mar. 37
P 14 April37

P 8 Nov. 27
P 11 Jan. 33
8 Aug. 33
P 21 Mar. 34
P 19 June 35
P 6 Feb. 30
P 18 Mar. 30
P 10 Mar. 37
P 14 April 37
P 2 Feb. 38
P18 Sept. 39
P 30 April 41
3 Feb. 43
P 23 June 43
16 June 43
14 July 43
P 28 July 43
P 5 Dec. 43
P29 Dec. 43
P 3 Mav 44

1 Sir George Morrny *erved h thf 3rd Guarili in riandrrj.in 1793,94, and 9$, and w present *t the affair of St. Am
battle <,rF*iuar. tieze (* Valmeieniie.*, wltark of Lincellrs, uivrntiurnt !' Dunkirk, ailxck <>l I.anm.y, jud rclieal llir<
llM.oJ aod Ccmuiny.
til 17a5 he Wai appointed nide-dc-vamp tw M.-ijor-tieiieral Alexandrr Campbell, no the *to
Lor>l Mom'* -.rmv t 10 iheaummernf that year >c *itrd mi (lie cvpulitMii intended lor Uuiheron, aud in the nulum

,
i from Julv 1811 to the eml of that wnr in 1814, Mid wa engaged in the action of
S Lt -cJi. Itr"*Vr*Vi iireHiiic
Arrnjo At Molina bulr of VtitoriH, b llr* in the Pyrenees, on the 7tli, oih, Will, MIX! .'U-i July, 1819, bnltleo of the
bri, and Tout OHM, beirte jirent many nllir and bkirmithea
Me afterwardi
Ni*cll.ihc N..*, Bnvonn*, Onhe*. '1
rd in ihK*it ludiri -nd in ll.f Hurm >e wnr. He not u finely empiu>rd during the rebellion in Canada, particularly
ID (b ejpturt of Si. Ch.ftei, n.l 81. K ntHChe } hf afterward* commauded the mniill Foil uud Rtirruun of Cotrtu-du.
M Lawrence, -n-l rreened ihe thank* of the Commander ol' iha Forrea lor hia
L.C. .o imuorint povnion or. the K
l th- * u na ml tbl from (l.c bold.ro ol llx Rner, muA n.ouiilinK them in rpiinun when it wai reported
red in the depth of a
Mpnctmbk i the ti.n. were 4 pounder., .ixtecn ol wh.cli and 4^00 round thol h reco^
l'rcnt at th Rirge of Hatrau aad other
s'-jor Deane tertrd ilie campiiRn of 1809 aKainit the Rajah of Lahore.
fert* in 1917
Ser*eJ in tli lltirnivie war in IKiS nd 6.
4 M.iorlluri wrved tn ihe Bnrme*a wnr, end wm m-.de pritoner 24th No*. 1B26, when retuinui* aick from Prome to
JUaKwo", mnA lakrti b* the enemr to Aa, the rnpittl, unit alter hvin;r experieut-ett the most barbarnua treaimmt* Be wafl
r the left temple when token.
(.en up to Mr Arrbiuild Cnniubrll 18th reb. ISilC. Itereucil a wound o

B, K.K j.,,

fJC.pi. Bl.r
W IMh, {mt htch Isit be wa wounded) Capture r>l I
Fm*-'iri* ta join tbc Sad battalion in ihe Km! Indir

Job a I><cion't force in purtuii uf Ihr I't"It,


mehv .rr>..( in iba Uurmete
:^a^i0SrT-CrI..ptdirN.n.

he retreat an the l^tti, at Wwterlon on


jf nn-upaiion in r-uce in 1816 mid ]fi.
y in ilir Uetcan the campaigniof 1817,
/i Mont and kirn.i*hrt. ^^I^^l wit.- Si
131U, and cfinmanded the leading rumpany a| l\i$

tb Ih. .rn.
nilhr Ibc
.
minor

.
; the urge ol AKrri;nur i

war from S-pt. IK34 to Jan. 1826, and a. pre.ant at iha aieae and capture if
Me.Uio.ird l C"l, When.lP. .U.u.lch for dttnRub.d &.|),mr, Uiwwomill

at St. tuitaclia and St. Bcnoil, in faouda, J4ih le*. 1R.Vf

1st (The Royal) Regiment of Foot.

'ears' Serv.
Pull Half
Pay. , IV.

152

LIEUTENANTS.
20 Feb. 27 f 24 Aug. 32
2 William Webster, d. pm
5 Nov. 12 I 14 July 14
1 Geo. Rich. Catnpsie, r. .
2 Edw. Robert Wethcrall, Adj. ' 27 June 34 P 32 Aug. 37
30 Dec. 34 P 2 Feb. 38
1 David Green
1 P 24 April 35 P 9 Feb. 38
2 John Edward Sharp .
I P 7 Aug. 35 10 May 39
2 Fra. L. Whitmore
1 Arthur Caesar Hawkins .... 'i> 5 Feb. 36 P 18 Sept. 3
P C> Feb. 30 P 20 Dee. 3!)
2 James P. Gore
. P 18 Mar. 30 P 15 Dec. 40
1 Thomas James Parker
2 Joseph D. Winclham, d. Adj. P 10 Mar. 37 I I'll June 41
(i April 38 P 3 Aug. 41
1 Alexander Gordon, Aifj. . .
13 July 38 10Sept.41
1 John M'Court, d.pnym
P 19 Oct. 38 19 Aug. 41
1 Andrew Anderson
1 Cha. Evercd Poole, d. ad. . . P 10 May 39 P 17 Dec. 41
IP 18 Sept. ) P15 Apr. 42
2 Arthur Newland
2 Villiers La Touche Hatton . . 17 July 40 JP10 Feb. 43
28 July 40 P 23 June 43
1 Win Kent Allix
1 Cha. Edgecumbe Davenport p 11 Sept. 40 14 July 43
2 Spencer Gco. Aug. Thnrsby p 15 Dec. 40 P 28 July 43
!>30 April 41 v o Sept. 43
1 Spencer Vansittart
10 July 41 P 5 Dec. 43
2 William Reader
7 Sept. 41 P 29 Dec. 43
2 George GwavasCarlyon
P17 Dec. 41 P 23 Feb. 44
2 Frederick Carter
28 Jan. 19 11 Aupr. 25
2 Arthur Maynard Gray
3 Dec. 41 PI7 Mar. 43
1 Jesse Lloyd
2 Aug. 44
12 Oct. 41
2 Frederick Wells
ENSIGNS.
William John Bampfield . . 18 Mar. 42 17 Paymaster Mitilull accompanied ni
Huprh Lycedoch Barton.. .. P15 Apr. 42 regiment to the Cape of Oixxi Hope. Montr
Spain, Sicily, Holland,
P 20 May 42 Video, Portugal,
Cecil Rivers
and Waterloo.
Fra. Win. Durley Waddilove P 22 July 42 Flanders,
18 Lieut. Pieter?(Qr. Majfr) served in thf
PlO Feb. 43 American war in Canada in 1*1 1 and ij : alae
Henry Halsey
P 23 June 43 in the late RrbclUon In Canada.
2 Roger Jaines Aytoun
15 July 43
1 Win. Fortescue Scott
P 20 July 43
1 Robert Coote
2 Henry Christopher Marriott
5 Sept. 43
P20 Oct. 43
1 Edward Cbadu Hancock
2 Henry Allen Murray Deane P 5 Dec. 43
P 29 Dec. 43
1 Henry Charlton
1 Win. Henry Sharpc Sharpe P23 Feb. 44
P 3 May 44
1 Richard George Coles
2 Thomas Edward Bidgood . . P 25 June 44
2 Alexander Robert Mowbray 23 Aug. 44
C2D William Mitchell, " 13 Aug. 12 ; Assist.-Payni. 05.
s. -J 1 James Espinasse, 8 Feb. 39 ; Ens. 8 Feb. 21 : Lieut.
Paymasters.
t
7 April, 25 ; Capt. 1 1 July, 37.
.....
R. Wetherall,
1C Feb.
Ailjut,
nts. VI 2j Lieut.
Lkut E.
A,cx
Gor(lon) 8 Feb
4o_ 38.
Quarter-Matters.
2 Charles Picters,"1 20 June, 35 ; Ens. 4 Aug. 14 ; Lieut. 9 Sept. 19.
0 1 Charles Broadley, 11 Feb. 42 ; Ens. 3 Aug. 41.
Surgeons.
2 G.R. Dartnell,4Jan.39; Assist. -Surg. 20 Oct. 25 ; Ifosp.-Asfitt.90 Nov. 20.
1 John Hutchison, OScpt. 39 ; Asst.-Surg. 24 April, 17; Hosp.-Axst. 28 June,15.
f 1 Luke Barron, MD., 10 July, 40.
.
, ,
! 21 Thomas
~12 Dec.
43.
AaMarU-Surgeoni.-^
William Patrick
Tliomas Matthew,
Hoskin, M.D.
1 March,
44.
12 Charles Fred. Stephenson, MD., 20 Oct. 48.
Facings Bine-4gren**,Messrs.Cox & Co.Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, St. Armit & Co.
1st Battalion embarkedfor Foreign Service, 1 1 Nov. 39. Serving at Gibraltar. Depot
at Clare Castle.']
[2rf Battalion embarkedfor Foreign Service, 6 July, 36. Serving at Barbadoes. Dcpdt
at Ennitkillen]
1
2
2
2

a Col. liaum^ardt was present and served durinff the hule of One-nils Lord Lake and Sir O. HctriH'i
campaigns in India in 1803, 4, 5, 0, and 7, including the battles of Laswurree, I-'uMi'jlmr, and several minor
a<-timii ; the sieges of Agra, Dlirig, Uhurlpore, and Hattras. Served durint the whole of the Mulirultu cam
paign in 1817 and 18. Suppressed ft very serious insurrection in Bombay, when Commandant of tl.at Gar
rison in 1833. Served also during the ArTglianistan campaign in 1838 and 1839, and commanded the storm
ing columns against the fortress of Khelat.
Capt. Lloyd was at Waterloo 18'h June, taking of Camhray, 24th June, 1813, and capture of Paris.
Served one campaign latter purl of 182(1 ngalnst the Rnjnh of Kolaporc.
1 Mr. Harvey served with the 9th during the campaign of 1842, in AflghaniBlan, under General Follock

Emburluxl TOT T
tServing at
India, 4 Ftb. 1845. J 2nd ( Tlie Queen's Royal) Regiment of Foot.
I :.. it. :..
* The Pasclml Lamb," with Ihe inottos " Prlstlna rirtntis niemttr," and " yd eruvia triumphant." Tha
t^ttffn'tCifpher within the Garter? having the Crown over it. On the Grenadiers' Caps, the Kin'j't Crrtt and
the Qttefit't Cypher and Crorcti ; and on the Drums the titct:n's Cyithrr. The tfp/mij1 with the words
' EUYiT" "VIM I ERA" "CORUNNA"" SALAMANCA" " VITTOR1A" I'YRHNEKS"
" XI VELI.E""TOULOUSE" " PEXIXSULA"" Ai-'l'OllANlSTAN" " GHUZNEE"" KHKl^T."

Colonel.
9 $83 Rt. Hon. Sir James Kempt, ' GCB.GCH., Em. 31 Mar. 1783 ; Lieut.
18 Aug. 84; Capt. 30 May, 94 ; Major, 18 Sept. 94; Limt.-Col. 28 Aug. 99 ;
02
Col. 9 March, 09 ; Mtijor-Gvn. 1 Jan. 12 ; Lieut.-Gai. 27 May, 25; 6V/i.
Full Hair
?-c-,-i fa;. Pay. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. of the Queen's Royals, 23 Dec. 34.
Lieut.-Colorieli. John Gregory Baunigardt,' CB. Ens. 1 Aug. 98; Lieut. 20
40
March, 1)1 ; Capt. 10 Jan. 10 ; Major, P21 Oct. 24 ; Lieut.-Col. i'9 June, 25 ;
Co/. 2 June, 38.
I 36
Redmond Win. Brough, Ens. 10 March, 07; Lieut. 15 Jnly, 08; Capt. P10
Jan. 22 ; jl/.yor, 29 May, 35 ; Lieut.-Col. 26 Nov. 41.
31
Majors. Richard Carruthers,3 CB. Em. 19 May, 14 ; Lieut. 25 Jan. 25 ; Ciipt.
P Ifi April, 29 ; Major, v 19 Feb. 36 ; Brevet-Lieut.-Col. 23 July, 39.
ISM 32
John Goodilay Strutt Gilland, Ens. 31 Dec. 12 ; Lieut. 19 Feb. 17 ; Ctipt. 20
Aug. 31 ; Jireret-Major, 13 Nov. 39 ; Major, 29 May, 43.
Ills
EX.-UUN.
HUHY.-MAJ.
CAPTAIMS.
20 Feb. 17 ' 3 Jan. 22 29 May 35
John Carney
2 Mar. 15 13 Sept. 35
, Jill Mounts. H.Lloyd5 16 Dec. 13
Oliver Robinson
5 Oct. 20 24 Jan. 25 P 19 Feb. 30 13 Nov. 39
i ' John O'Grady"
20 Sept. 10 22 Sept. 13 20 May 31
P 8 April 26 26 Nov. 30 I' 18 Sept 40
18 ' 111*1 Peter Greban
0 I Stanhope Wui. Jephson . . P26 Nov. 30 P 19 Feb. 36 P28 Dec. 41
Henry \Vm. Stisted .... P 4 Dec. 35 P29 Sept. 38 P29 Apr. 42
P14 Dec. 38 P 10 Aug. 42
i Thomas W.E. Holdsworth P 15 Jan.
29 Oct. 29
Geo. Valiancy Hamilton j 2 Feb.
6 Mar. 43
: -= j
0 (John E. Iluirynian Pryce P30 June 37 P 1 Mar. 39 P24 May 44 i
^r c "
I
LlKUTKKANTS.
Str Jaiufi Kempt accompanied
1 Mar. 33 r ] H.ilph
Henry Reynolds
<> 8 Oct. 25
A!jiTcrinuy u|>,-ri UIL KxThomas Wingate, r
P 13 May 26 17 May 30 pednicn lo HulUnd i
I, HIT ajilfde-camp,
and
MM piot-i in at) ttie
I5.?2
G. N. K. A. Yongo
P22Aug. 34 29 June 37
that or the Iflth Sept.,
Godfrey Piercy
i'24 July 35 16 April 38
i he a> alut'ni in Knglandwith
ilclic*. Acr.nnpani.-d Sir Ralph
Thos. Adilison, Adjutant 15 Sept. 37 31 Jan. 39
tu the Ati-'tlitr rrnn*'n m June, IsttO,
May 39 tut
Henry Cole Faulkner
P 13 Nov. 35 P 18
1*4 "ij*"'' oil I ** *''1't-"'y Secretary and aidr-ilcHenry Piercy
P 9 Mar. 38 14
flOV, jy cmnip. and nrvtd with Inm uniil bii
|*5
Frederick Connor
P 29 Sept. 38 27 Jail. 40 d*aUt. Continued tu eno in the
Tiilv AH samc "Cation* with Lord llutchiiiRobert Stephenson
P 23 Mar. 38 TO
JV " ^ TJ wn,inil.upfewnHnnUicb.iilM
John Henry Grant
S Apr. 36 15 JJeC. 40 ; in Key j.i, .-,,,0 at ili- .-:,,. lurt- ul Cairo
Geo. Edw. Alex. Tobin . . P 30 Dec. 30 15 Dec. 40 i Wld Alexandria. C<mim.u.d. d a Light
Bitulion upon tin* Expedition to
Demetrius W.G. James. . ,''31 Jan. 40 P 16 Dec. 40 Nai'lei In 1806. \'. ,n to Calabria la
Tho.Jas.DrummondReed 27 Mar. 40 P 26 Jan. 41 ihf .wun* your, and commanded tho
L.Kht Dniadt' at the battle of Malda.
Arthur J.Otway
' 21 June 39 P26 Feb. 41 Joioccl
the army in the 1'rniniula, unWm. Joseph Oldhain .. 29 May 40 P 3 Aug. 41 drr iheUuke ol Well.nplon, Dec. 1811,
George Grant Webb
20 Mar. 40 P28 Dec. 41 and wan appoinWd Co tin- command of
In the 3rd Dhtilon ; ucrvi-d
;john King
JP10 July 40 P 29 Apr. 42 aatbrigade
Hie U-g; of Kadajot, cdnHnandid
0 Mar. 43 tlie attack on Forl I'icurlna, and the
, Francis Gildea
j '' 1 o Doc. 40
I'liO Jan 41 29 May 43 brigade which led the attack and car; Edward Selby Smyth
the castlr of Badjjoz by tcaldc,
Thomas Leonard Leader P a July 3D P 14 June 42 riwl
on which occasion l.e wai levertly

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'Edw. M. H. Mainwaring itiJan. 42 ainl.ri.'iaikroniinand of it until the ci nclusUin or that war in
Henry Edward Redmond 20 May 42 1 1H1 1 and wai present at Itio battle nf Vitioria, the at| Richard Ornicrod Potts P 1 July 42 Uck on the heights of Vera, batth-i of .Nivrlli- (slightly
PIG Aug. 42 wounded in the arm), Mve, Urthei, and Tt.uloiup,
Alexander Gillespie
up&tdr>4i'veral other leu inJiK>r(nt afUln. CuniuiAnded
William Wynn Kirkby . . P 20 Jan. 43 a ilivitiun in the c-imp-iinn of IsiS, an 1 was civrrljr
P 2 June 42 wounded al the battle of Waterloo. Sir Jarne* ha* re
John Toler Sadlcir
the Egyptian Medal, and a Cron and a Clpi
| llrooka
0 June 43 ceived
Hrooks M'Carty
Tor Maida, Uadajoi, Vittorin, Nivflle. Mve, Urihei,
I Raymond Inglis
2-2 Nov. 43 nd Tu
, Paymaster. Anthony Walshe, 10 Sept. 4 1 ; Ens. i'2 Nov. 32 ; Lieut. 23 Jan. 37
.Adjutant. Lieut. Thomas Addition, 8 April, 42.
\Qunrter-Mastcr.W. H.S.Hudley, 12 Any. 30; ^*.10Ap.25; /,<.24Sept.31.
I SUTJ. William Ilarvcy7, 30 July, 44 ; Assirt.-Surg. 2 Mureh, 34.
>A.uiit.-Surys. James Jopp, M.D.,32 Fell. 39.
I
Thomas Waller Barrow, 8 June, 41.
Faritujs IJhic.Ayent, John Lawrie, Esq.

5 For thi* an>l notes & and 7. see bottom of preceding page.
3 Lirut.-Coi. Carruthers served the campaign In AflKhanlslan and Belooehl.fan. And eommsnrlrfl the Reft, Rt Ihe
asaauill ami rapture of tlie fortress of (iliuznri-, and at tbc assault anil eai'turv ( Ihe fi'rin . aud nt ul> I uC klu-lat.
6 CaiHaln D'Orady served with the fllnd In Ihe operations Ln lilt, aiaui^l III'- I it- n li In rrlrral Iroiu l.rKlioru, Ineludintf
Use affairs of SpeJIia, fureinjf tlieir position on tile hi'lelitu of Nru.i. nn.l eaj.mrr ill ticnoa. In tlit anie )rr irrvnl ,n (lie
AmerlevA ar. uml as pr*snt at tb tajtins of Caatinc. Servc.l wllli Ilia ISUi inroui{liuul tha campalcn JKJinst lli Uajali ul

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The Dragon " Dorno" "TALAVERA' ' ALBTJRERA" PXHBHBE*" "NITBLU" " NIVB"
Years' Serr.
Colonel.
1 PENINSULA" " PUKKIAB,."
13 Kenneth Alexander, Earl of Effingham,1 GCB. Em. 21 AprU, 1780 ; Capt.
59
25 April, 93; Lieut.-Col. 30 Dec. 97 ; CoM Jan. 1805; Major-Gen. 25 July,
10; Lieut.-Gen. 12 Aug. 19 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 87 ; Col. of the Buffs, 30 Jan. 32.
Pay. Pay.
Lieut.-Colonels.
Sir James Dennis,5 KCB. .Enj. 2 Sept. 96; Zf. 12 Apr. 97 ; Capt. 0 Aug. 03;

Srevet-Mnjor, 13 Oct. 12 ; Srevet-Lieut.-Col. 27 May, 25 ; Begtl.-Major,


25 Apr. 28 ; Jtegtl.-Lieut.-Col. 4 June, 33 ; Col. 28 June, 38.
James Oliphaut Clunie,4 CB., Ens. 27 Aug. 13 ; Lt. 1 Dec. 14 ; Capt. r 9 Feb. 26;
Mnjor, P 23 June, 38 ; Lieut.-Col. >> 25 Aug. 43.
Majors.Gustavus Logie Christie,' Ens. f 20 June, 22 ; Lieut. 25 Mar. 20 ; Capt.
P17 Jan. 28; Br.-Maj. 23 Nov. 41 ; Maj. 14 Oct.42 ; r. Lt.-Col. 30 Apr. 44.
Christopher Edward Eaton, Ens. P28 April, 25; Lieut. P20 May, 20; Capt.
P 30 Dec. 31 ; Mnjor, v 15 April, 42.
ENSIGN.
LIEUT.
CAPTAIN. IBKKV.-MAJ.
CAPTAINS.
3 Nov. UP 3 Oct. 29 30 Apr. 44
3 Nov. 12
Patrick M'Kie5
P 30 June 25 P17 May 27 P 7 AprU 38
Jas. Charles Rouse
Peter Luke Dore
8 AprU 13 21 Aug. 19! 29 Aug. 38
Donald Meent Cameron * 26 AprU 28 P17 Mar. 30 i> 13 Mar. 40
A. A . Thur. Cunynghame" P 2 Nov. 30 "22 May 35 P17 Aug. 41
James Talbot Airey* .... 11 Feb. 30 P 3 May 33 P 22 July 42
Edw. Henry Moore Kelly P 10 Sept. 30 P31 July 35 22 July 42
9 Nov. 31 30 Dec. 43
9 Dec. 27
Harry Blair
15 May 28 23 May 32 14 Jan. 44
James Speedy
10 April 29 21 Sept. 32 28 Jan. 44 1
George Bridge
LIEUTENANTS.
3 Lt.-Col. Clunie wrred in the
18 Oct. 31 16 Aug. 35 American
Allan Menzies
war, and was at th
P 6 Sept. 33 P 8 April 30 siege
Charles Sawyer, r
and attack of Fort Erit
Hall P. Chamberlain . P14 Feb. 34 P 3 June 30 in 1814. Commanded the Bulls
action of Punnisjr.
Alex. John Cameron . . . P 24 Dec. 33 25 Sept. 36 in 4theLt.-Col.
Christie, Captains
Wm. John Dorehill,4.. . P 1C Jan. 35 10 Mar. 38" i uameron
Cameron ana
and Aircy, Lieuts.
P 20 Feb. 35
7 Dec. 38 ; Dorehill, M'Kcnzie, Robson,
Peter Browne
Kenneth M'Kenzie* . . . P 3 June 30 P 31 May 39 Maude, Kains tsniilh, lUchardWoods, Dore, and Sourer,
Charles Wm. Green . . . t 7 AprU 38 P 13 Mar. 40 son,
Ensigns Swetenham andStewart,
Alex. Hamilton Robson4 P 25 Dec. 38 P 29 May 40 Paymaster Lukie, Quartermas
Fred. Francis Maude,4 adj. P 13 Mar. 40 P27 Aug. 41 ter Williams, Doctors Stevenson
P 29 Nov. 39 20 May 42 and Bostock, were present iu the
Thomas Kains *
at Punniar, on the 39th
George Thomas Downing P 29 May 40 P 22 July 42 action
Dec. 1843.
P 8 Jan. 41
1 Nov. 42 6 Major M'Kle served In the
Hugh Smith4.
1 Nov. 42 Nepaulese war of 1814 and 15.
ArthurHill Hasted Mercer P 30 April 41
Present ut the siepe und capture
8 April 42 ofHatniSF.
James Wm. Richardson 4 P 15 Nov. 39
Served the Mahnitta
2 AprU 41 28 Dec. 42 and Pindarree campaign of 1817
Robert Douglas
Richard Win. Woods4 .. P27 Aug. 41 30 Dec. 43 and 18, and in the Burmese war,
from June. 1824, until iu con
Frederick Nassau Dore4 20 Oct. 41 14 Jan. 44 elusion
in 1826, and wns wound
28 Jan. 44 ed at llio
Thomas George Souter 4 21 May 42
usiatilt of Merguie 6
ENSIGNS.
Oct. 1824. Served as an Assistant-AdjutantJames Swetenham 4 . . . . P 22 July 42 Genentl in the action of Malmrajporc.
6 Capt. Dore served in the Nepaulcso war In
Ben.Hemicott M'Dermott 1 Nov. 42 ISIS
4Z 10; in the Deccan campaign in 181?
David Stewart4
7 Nov. 42 and 18 ; i in the action at Punnlur, W Dec. 1843.
8 Nov. 42 8 Captain Cunynghame served us Aide-ife-C.tmp
Alfred FitzGerald
Saltoun during the latter purt of the war
22 Dec. 43 to Lord
William Colborn
China, and wns pre.ont at th*> siege and cap
22 Mar. 44 in
Frederick George Syms
ture of the ciiy of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the
P 20 June 44 investment of Nankin.
Charles Hood
Paymaster.]. Lukis,4 24 Dec. 29 ; Em. 22 Feb. 10 ; Lieut. C Aug. 12.
Adjutant.Lieut. F. F. Maude,4 30 Dec. 43.
Quarter-Master.Harry Williams,4 14 Dec. 32 ; Em. 12 Aug. 13.
Surg.Robert Stevenson,4 MD., 2 Feb. 44; Assist.-Surg. 14 March, 34.
Assistant-Surgeons.Charles Alexander Gordon, M.D., 8 June, 41.
John Ashton Bostock,4 M.D. 8 Feb. 42.
Facings Buff.Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
1 Lord Efnnghnm served with the Guard* on tlip Continent from Feb. 1793. to May, 1795, and wns present at the affair of
St. Amand (wounded). Biog-e and capture of Valenciennes, aetion or Lincelles, and siege or Dunkirk. Rebellion in Ireland.
In 1798, at Major of Brigade. In the same capacity with the expedition to Holland, in 1799, and was present in all the
actions Joined the army in the Pcniniula under tbe Duke of Wellington, 9th Jan. 1811 ; appointed to the command of
a brigade in thu 1st division, and wai prctcnt with it at the- action of Fucntcs d'Onor, 5th May ; transferred with his brigade
to the Sd division, the command of which he held as leriiur oflicer from July, 1811. to Apr. 1 81 S ; commanded the right column
at the aetion of Arroyo de Mollno ( stormed and took with part of his brigade, the forts Napoleon and Kagusa, at Alsnaraa.
In Nov. 1812. appointed to the command of the 1st brigade of guards, In the Ut division i and io June, 1813, to the oomttuuad
of the division, which command he held until the end of that war in 1814 ; present at the battle of Vtttoria. attack oa TDlosa,
passage or the Bidaasoa, Nivclle. Nive, and Adour t investment of Bayonne and repulse of the aurtie, besides vafloita miner
affairs His Lordship has received a medal and one elasp for Vtttoria and the Nlve.
9 Sir James Dennis accompanied the expedition to Copenhagen In 1801, and was wounded In both bands and aasrtaarfl.
rved in the last American war. Including battle of Queenslown ( wounded), storming of Fort aeons*, action it Sujnev i i , |t
landed in two places), and action of the Rapids at Hooples Cr eek,contused by having his bone shot, whicu fell on htsm.
a division in the action at Maharajpore.

Cor Foreign"]
t Seeun(The King's Own) Regt. of Foot. tServing
Service. 14 Apr. IBM.
derabad,- Madras.
" Tkt Lion of England""CORUNNA"" DADAJI1Z" "SALAMANCA""VlTrORIA"
" 81'. SEBASTIAN "" NIVE '' PENINSULA"" BLAOENSUTJHG "" WATJillLOO."
Years' Ser

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Colonel.
John Hodgson, ' Ens. 20 May, 1779 , Lieut. 27 Nov. 80 ; dipt. 24 Sept. 87 ; Maj.
Hal/
14 May, 94; Lieut.-Col. 1 Sept. 95 ; Col. 25 Sept. 03 ; Mi(jor-(ien. 25 July,
Pay10; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14; Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 4th Hegt. JO Sept. 35. '
0 Lieutenant-Colonels.Henry Win. Breton, Ens. 16 March, 15; Lieut. P27 July,
20; Capt. P21 July, 25; Major, 1-31 Dec. 28 ; Lieut.-Col. P 11 July, 34.
John Leslie,* KH. Ens. 7 Aug. 1800 ; Lieut. 2 June, 08 ; dipt. 30 Nov. 09;
Major, P 1 Jan. 19 ; Lieut.-Col. v 29 Aug. 20 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41 .
Majors.$ 8H Reginald Ranald Macdonald," CB. KH.. J5/w. 25 Mar. 07 ; Lt.
5 May, 08; Capt. I' 3 Dec. 18; 3/(y. i'24 Jan. 23, Jireret-Lt.-Col. 13 July, 38.
o P William Sadlier,4 Ens. 2 April, 07; Lieut. 4 May, 09 ; Capt. 25 Aug. 25 ;
Major, 4 Feb. 38.
CAPTAIN. IBREV.-MAJ.
CAPTAINS.
Richard Chetwode
24 May 20 P 15 Aug. 22 i' 20 Mar. 27 23 Nov. 41
P
12
Sept.
22
P
7
July
25
;
P
17 June 28 23 Nov. 41
Thomas Williams
Thomas Faunce4
5 April 27 P12 Nov. 2!) P 23 June 37
Farquhar M. Campbell . .
3 Aug. 30 P 0 Dec. 33 P 6 Oct. 37
Fred. Leopold Arthur,*. P 0 Dec. 33 P 3 July 35 P 8 June 38
Charles J. Otter6
9 Mar. 39
20 Dec. 24 12 Nov. 27
P 24 Dec. 33 P 1 July 30 I P 15 Mar. 39
George Kennedy
y, : William Bell .".
30 Nov. 15 26 Apr. 28 i 2 July 41
0 j James Symintrton Shortt
3 May 33 10 July 37' P M June 44
P 2 Dec. 31
0 j Robert Hawkes
8 July 37 P 1 1 Oct. 44

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Wm. Cha. Sheppard, Adj. 11 June 29 10 NOT. 34 taking of Travuncore tn 1308 ;


P 3 July 35
Robert O'Neill
9 July 37 also at the capture of the
of Uourlion, and the
Chas. Staniforth Hcxt
P 9 Oct. 35 P C Oct. 37 Island
Isle of France; present in the
William Wilby
P 27 May 30 P 7 Get. 37 ensnifcments in Javn, tin- UMh,
Jas. Alex. Madigaii . . .
23 June 37 P 14 Dec. 38 lnd, and 2(ilh Aug. IMI.
in the Pmdarree ur
Wadham Wyndham Bond P 4 Nov. 30
9 Mar. 39 Served
1817. Army of occupation
John U. Glazbrook
P OOct. 37 P 15 Mar. 39 in
in France.
Edw. Jas. Baldwyn, s.
P 20 Oct. 37
1 July 39 4 Major Siidlicr prrved In
John Lennox MacAndrew P 14 Dec. 38 P fe Muv 40 .Sicily from July lt<US t'* June
i Jolm Cowell Bartley,r... P 26 Apr. 39 '' 20 Oct. 40 ISlii. and was present at the
Fred. Paul Haincs ____ P21 June 39 j P 15 Dec. 40 and Procida. Served subse
9 April 41 quently in the Peninsula, in
Geo. Latham Thomson8 P> 27 July 38
the battle of CustulU
Arthur Byrne .......... 25 Oct! 39 23 July 41 cluding
anil sii'u'i- of Tarragona, action
Win. Crawley .......... 22 Nov. 39 29 July 41 at Villa Franca, Inside* various
I David Francis Chambers P31 Jan. 40
0 May 42 minornHain:; si-rve-l also in the
George Chetwode ...... P 8 May 40 P 10 Mar. 43 AiuiTicun war, including the
<m Pl.-itlsliin-K.
Town.-tncl Gun Morris9 . .
6 Mar. 40 22 May 43 attark
5 Captain Fnunce served In
Kdward James Gibson .. P 10 July 4U 27 Aug. 43 command of the Light Com30 July 42 | pnny, at the rt-capture of the
John Gray Bolton
20 Jan. 41
Henry Batfoullamsbottom I' 20 Oct. 4(1 I1 28 June 44 {'| of NP". ' *'2 Aug. 44
Theobald Pepper Roberts P 15 Dec. 40
OCn:.tOltr..rrdtDhuttiiorc.
Bum srrvr<ltliremval5n
P10 Nov. 41 12 yept. 44 7C.pt.
Henry Fitz(!erald
f:'*> IcUncls, anil wa* Kt
P 10 Mar. 43 Pll Oct. 44 inl.t. Ihrtlkln|J
John Hallowca
of ,,, ln 1814
Srrvril the Muhratu ram)>ai|;ii of 1I7 noil IB, fxnil ai
ENSIGHS.
wounded at lilmrtpnre in 18Jf>.
George Collins
29 Mar. 44 severely
9 Unit. Munis eeivcu for ti> )<-arn in ttie Anjtlo
Dominic Jacotin Gamble P 19 April 44 Spnnl>h l.igii -I v * Jirt-frnt in llio nctioiiH of the
Chas. Richard Wollaston P28 June 44 llOtn, I7th, and llh J.-in., &lh May, mil June, llth July.
Julv 44 '" Au" '" "- I83li' ""h| li"1> "ld '''"' M-"c1'.
ArtliurVauglian D.Harris P23
, >
, i (wounded In the tlioulilet). Iltl,, ICIh. and 17th May.
George Fred. Coryton . .
it AUg. 44 | and 2"[h Aug.. be.ides vario.n skiiml.hei in 1H37. lie
i Oto. Hamilton Twemlow P 1 1 Oct. 44 hat received two medau, anil Qiif en VirtorinN ]i. i mis
George Leslie
22 Nov. 44 sion to accept and wear tbctn in the Biitliti Seivice,
Charles William Aylmer
21 Dec. 44
Paymaster.Jamts Barn,7 0 Feb. 35; Ens. 1 Oct. 11; Lieut. 16 June, 13;
Aajutant.Liettt. Wm. Cha. Sheppard, 1 May, 40.
[Capt. 19 Dec. 34.
Quarter-Master.James Perry, 23 July, 44.
Surgeon.Nelson Dartnell," 19 Jan. 44 ; Astist.-Surg. 4 Dec. 32.
Aisistant-Surgeuna.James Mouat, 14 Dec. 38.

Richard Gamble, M.D., 8 June, 41.


Thomas Dehnne Lijjhtbody, M.D.,8 April, 42.
Facings BlueAgents, Messrs. Cox k Co.
1 General Hodgson served as Major of Brigade to the force employed at the reduction of the Islands of
St. Pierre anil Miquelon, in 17 3, In 1794, he was taken prisoner on the banks of Newfoundland by a
French Squadron, and carried to New York, where he obtained tits release. On his passage home, in Oct.
S 1707, be was a(ain taken prlwmel, after a sharp action, by thin French priialeer Vengeance of 18 funs, and
** ,g carried to France, where he was confined at different plsces, until his exchange. In Oct. 17WH. In Sept.
I7W, he rnntarked with the 4th for the Helder, and us* present at the capture of the town and Harrison of
3 e~J| g.
*tl
" Hoorn, and the actions of the 2d and (Illi Oct. In the action near Egmont-op-Zee he wu sennly wounded .
t Lieut. Thornton served In tho Uuffre War, under Sir Uenj. D'Urban.
taoH
-._>

("Head QuartCTa,
L It Belfast.
" Quo fata Vacant," surmounting St. Oeorge and the Dragon. On the corner! of the 2nd colour tk
Rum ami Crown; on Hit capttheKlniftCrctt; alto St. George killinc the Dragon. " WILHELMSTAHL"
"HOLEIA""VIMIERA"" CORUNNA""BUSACO"" CIUDAD RODRIGO1'" BADAJOZ"
" SALAMANCA"" VITTORIA"" N1VELLE"" ORTHES"" TOULOUSE "" PENINSULA."
ears' Serv.

5th Regt. of Foot (Northumberland Fusiliers)

156

Colonel.
52
Pull Half
Pay. Pay.

]) Sir Jasper Nicolls,1 KCB. Em. 24 May, 1793 ; Lieut. 25 Nov. 94; Capt. 12
Sept. 99 ; Major, G July, 1804 ; Lieut.-Col. 29 Oct. 07 ; Col. 4 June, 14;
Major-Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 5th Fusiliers,
4V,,,.]

April, jlQ
40.

30

0 Lieut.-Colonel.William Sutherland, * Ens. 15 Dec. 04 ; Lieut. 1 July, 06 ;


Cajrt.18Aug.14; Afq;. P2oSept.l7; Lieut.-Col. P16May, 22; CW.10Jan.37.
2fi Majors.8 David England Johnson. 3 Ens. 0 Feb. 04 ; Lieut. 29 Dec. t>4 :

23

5 Joshua Siramonds Smith, Cornet, P14 Aug. 17 ; Lieut. 25 May, 22 ; Capt. P 1U

41

Capt. 12 March, 12 ; Brevet-M((jor, 22 July, 30 ; Regtl.-Mnjor, f 29 Dec. 37.


April, 27; Major, P31 Dec. 33.

CAPTAINS.
23
21
10

o
o
0

16

12
14
9

0
0
0
0
0

0
13
13

.2}5

H
g

o
o

10
7

0
0

0
0
0

Philip M N Guy
William Prime Jones ....
Jolm \Voodw<ird
Fra. Richard Pyner ....
Walter Craufurd Kennedy
Frederick James Isacke
Henry F. F. Johnson. . . .
James Egbert Simmons5
Richard Leslie Dundas . .

2D LIEUT.

LIEUT.

7 Nov. 22
P 23 Sept. 24
P o Oct. 26
P 5 Nov. 29
22 Nov. 33
27 Oct. 31
P 2 Sept. 36
22 Nov. 36
20 Jan. 32
P 17 June 19

25 June 24
P12 June 28
P 5 Nov. 29
P 10 May 33
P 9 Feb. 38
10 Nov. 34
P17 Nov. 37
P 23 April 39
20 May 35
1- 17 Sept. 25

1 Aug. 34
P 29 Dec. 37
P 12 June 35
6 April 38
P 23 April 30
P24 May 39
P 17 Jan. 40
P 6 Mar. 40
P 19 Feb. 41
15 Jan. 41
P28 Jan. 42
P 3 June 42
1 Nov. 42

p o july 38
P 24 May 30
P 21 June 39
P 17 Jan. 40
P 26 Oct. 41
20 Sept. 42
P 30 Dec. 42
P 20 Jan. 43
P 22 Nov. 42
12 Sept. 43
3 Nov. 43
P 5 Dec. 43
1 May 44

CAPTAIS.

p 5 Nov.
P 29 Dec.
1-23 Apr.
p 12 June
P 15 Dec.
P21 Feb.
P 28 Jail.
P 20 Jan.
P 23 July
P 28 Jan.

BREV.-MAJ.

29
37
39
40
40
40
42
43
41
26 23 NOT. 41

LIEUTENANTS.

6
5
5
4
4

3
3
3

0
0

o
0
0

o
o

3
3
2
2
2
2
2
1
29

0
0
0
4]!j

4
20
34

0
0
0

Hugh P Baker
Wm. Seymour Scroggs . .
Louis H. Hamilton ....
Wm. Chester Master
George Bryan Milman . .
John Wallace Colquitt . .
James Archibald Forrest
Hon. A. G. C. Chichester
William Lyons, \ilj .
Robert Darell
Wm. Knottcsford Gretton
2ND LIEUTENANTS.

lie was severely wounded.

0 Quarter-Matter Tiller served with the 5th

P 22 April 42

0 Ferdinand W. L'Estrange
0
0

0 Captain Simmons tarred


the campaign in AtfchanUtan
and Bcloochistun, as Adjutant
of the Queen's Royals, includin? tlie storm uud capture of
i ihuxnt-'t! utid ivneifti ; at IOB
storm of each of these fortresses

Arthur Watson Palmer..

0 John Swainc Hogge ....

27 Dec.
1
eD on
^u Jan.
24 Feb.
P 9 June
P 3 Nov
_
P o lec.
10 May

42 l^e head, and slightly in the left hand at the


i-l f'l'st<
r WuihlnR
on to
theMay
7th 1814,
Auj. including
1C09. In tlw
the
4.}
Peninsula
from 1B1
43 buttles of Vittorla, the Nirclle. Orthes. and
43 Toulouse.
4*3
' ^r* Henderson served In the Peninsula,
and was present at the siege of Badajoz, and
43 both the actions of Salamanca, 18th and 22nd
44 July, 1812.

William Hclsham Candler


Reginald Yongc Shipley
Arch. Edward C. Forster
Paymaster.William Clunc, 17" Nov. 40; -..'/,:,,.,', 23 Sept 12: Lieut.
1 Feb. 14 ; Capt. 29 Nov. 39.
Adjutant.Lieut. Wm. Lyons, 12 Sept. 43.
Quarter-Mutter.$ Wm. Tiller,6 5 May, 25.
Surgeon.|)3I Dun. Henderson,' M.D., 23 March, 26 ; Attat.-Surg. 1C April,
12; Hotp.-Ans'wt. 24 Oct. 11.
1 Facing* Bright Green.
Auat.-Surg.Hugh Mackey, 17 Feb. 37.
Agents, Messrs. Cos & Cov
Iruh Agents, Sir E. H. Borough, St., Arrait & Co.
[Returned from Gibraltar, 12 May. 1843.]

1 Sir Jasper Nicolls wrved in the Mnhratta war. and was at the batll* of Argauin, and at the ale and
torm of Ciawiel Uhur. Joined Lord Gallic-art's army in Hanover, in 1800. Accompanied the expedition
under.Gtnernl 1 raufurd to South America, in ]8Wf, and commanded a column at the assault on Buenoa
Ayres, in July It'll?. Embarked for Spain in 1BOS, and commanded the 14lh at the battle of Corunna. Proceeded to Wulrheren in >00. Employed In the Nepaul war, and commanded a force, aix 1 cimoiietvri the
proTlnce of kumaoon, April 1815. Served as a Brigadier in the Pindarree war, and for a time commanded
the centre division. At the liege of Bhurtpore, he commanded the second division of Infantry, conaistine of
tliree brigades, which division carried the eft brench on the 18th Jan. 1820. Medal for Corunna.
2 Colonel Sutherland served in the Aihanlee War, on the Gold Coast, In 1824.
3 Miijor Johnion embarked with his regiment on the expedition to Hanover in 1805, and was hipwrock,d
and taken prisoner. Accompanied the expedition to South America in 190(1, and wa prwent at the
,
from
June 1800 to December 1818, including the battles of Holt-la, Vimiera, Lugo. Corunna, llutaco, Hedinl a
Sabugal (wounded), Fuentw d'Onor, El Bodon. first siece of Bidajoi, liege and itorming of Ciudad Bodlin
UTerely wounded at the awault), and bottle of Snlnmniioi.
4 Captain Spcnce ss-od againil the Asliajiteoti from November 183S to 18S6.

"]

6th (TJia Royal 1st Warwickshire) Regt. of Foot.

157

' *jl!."On the three corners of the econd colour, " Thc Holt ami Crmm." And on the Onim
J.s' ca|,, Tl,c Kin<ft I'rat." - " ROLEIA"- " VIMIERA" - ' COUUNNA" - VITTllltil"
-Pt HXKKXSr-- MVIXLE"-" ORTHES"-" PENINSULA"-" NIAGARA.''
! Sr.

72
FW1
Paj.

38
31

31

Hall

Colonel.
Sir George Nugent,1
, Bart.
. GCH.. Eiaign,
,r 5 July.
, 1773 ; Lieut.
i. 23 Nov.
ov 75
/"V.-* OU I .,..;1 11 .
ST ^,. O "IT
LJi.^
,
fv w
/. 28 April, 78; Major, 3 May, 82;
Lieut.-Col.
8 Sept. 83; Co/. 1 Mar *
94; Mnjor.-Gen. 3 May, <J6; Lieut.-Gen. 25 Sept. 1803: Gen. 4 June 13Col. 6th Regl. 20 May, ()(i.

John Michel, Entign, p3 Apr. 23; iieuf. P 28 Apr. 25; CW. P12 Dec 20
Major, i- 6 Mar. 40; Lieut.-Col. P15 April, 42.
Mqjars.
0 William Pottinger,2Hd . .R. Artillery, 15 Dec. 17 ; Lieut. 9 April 25 ; Cant
P31 Oct. 34 ; Major, P 10 April, 40.
'
0 John ffolliott Crofton,* Ensign, 18 Dec. 24; Lieut. P29 Aucr. 26- C'f P 17
July. 35; Major, P 15 April, 42.

CAPTAINS.
0 John Thomas Griffiths
0 I Manrice G. Dennis
3^ I Tho. SMney Powell* ____
0 | John Belsh'es Home
Robt. W. M'Leod Frascr
Morris James Hall ......
Henry Augustus Sullivan
William Reed
Jas.Elphinston Robertson
George Finlay*
LIKDTESANIS.
0 I Joseph Ralph, r
7/j ' 841 F. Bree Muller4
0 iJohnCravenMansergh,o(i
0 ' Edward Sbmnton
0 j Edward James Blanckley
0 , Edward F. Crowded. . .".
0 j Reginald Peel
0 ; David FitzRoy Ogilby . .
0 ;Geo.A.Harail.Chichcster
0 ' Henry Balguy
Charles Henry Dowker..
William Albert Stratton
ENSIGNS.
Philip Augustus Mosse
David Henry EIrington
Thomas Henry Somerville
Godfrey Armytage ....
Wm. Edward Robertson
Henry Pratt Gore
Row. E. W. Pery Standish
Thomas Fred. Puleston..

BREV.-MAJ
6 Sept. 14
0 May 26
P13 May 26
P 17 April 28
6 July 33
P 15 Mar. 33
"21 Feb. 34
f 6 June 35
P8 April 37
P17 Nov. 37
1 Jan. 2G
3 Mar. 12
26 Nov. 30
17 May 31
22 May 35
15 June 30
P 5 June 40
28 Dec. 38
P 15 Apr. 42
P29Apr. 42
7 Jan. 42
27 May 42

P17 May
5 July
P31 May
P 8 June
P 17 July
7 Jan.
P 1 July
P 15 Dec.
P21 June
P 15 Apr.

21
1 Sept. 31
27 P 15 Dec. 37
31 P 13 Nov. 35
30 25 June 41
35 ;P 15 Apr. 42
36 j P 1 Nov. 42
36 P14 April 43
37 |P 21 July 43
39 P27 Oct. 43
42!P]9 Nov. 44

.
I Apr. 14
11 July 34 '
A T)pP oj, I
*"-*" *
17 Jail. '*>
1 NOV 42
P 1 4. A nri'l A<* i

23 July 39

3 M,|., Pa.,,, , AW..


dp-Camp ami Pcraian Interpreter to
Lord Keane throughout the camP*1*0 of lftM 9 I" AffghanUtan, and
[,45 received a medal for Glm*nee.
4 Lieut. Muller aervvd at the
ukinX r Genoa under Lord Wm.
^minck, ami wu rn([ai at Wa-

14 April 4y teHoo, He hM rect,iTetl thc War

P21
p 27
P9n
1 - '
P 7

July
Oct
Onf*
'fCl.
July
TVnv
"OVt

43
43
AT
4*)
43

I Medal for aervires In the late Oor' m*n Le^ion* granted by tne king of
Hanover- Acc.>mpanied the expedition from Aden which destroyed
!
Arab porta of Sheik Medi and
Oth*n. and ikirmiabcd bctboM pUcei on tbe 6th Oct.

'Ml.

16 Apr. 42 3 Captain FinUy, Lieut. Cnmdi-r, and Doctor Wurwith the ctTertivc men of the wing of thc 6th
? 7 Oct. 42 fh,
^gt, stationed at Aden, formed part of an expt*li25 Oct. 42 j m of 500 men .undrr the command of Lt. Col. 1'enny1 Nov. 42 cuick, which destroyed the Arab posta of Sheik Mrdl
Sheik Othmnn, and sklrmlsbrd between ii... ,.
P14 April 43 and
places on the 6th Oct. 181].
P 21 July 43
P 27 Oct. 43
I- 19 Nov. 44

Paymnster.Alex. John Maepherson, 14 Dec.38 ; Em. 14 Aug. 17 ; Lt. 18 Sep.23.


Adjutant.Lieut. John Craven Manserglt, 12 Dec. 43.
Quarter-Matter.William Lee, 28 June, 44.
[5 Dec. 20.
Surgeon.John Murtagh,*MD., 2 July, 41 ; Asst.-Surg. 11 Feb,30; Hosp.-As&t.
Asf'ixtant-Surgeon.William Duncan, 8 Nov. 3(J.
Facing* Blue.Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, St.t
[Heturnedfrom Bombay, \\th January, 1842.]
[Arinit, & Co.
I Kir OPOTIC Nu^rnt if>r*ed In the flrit American war, from Sept. 1777 until it* termination In I?rV), and wa t-mpluyed on
Utr Eiprdition up HudMin'i River for the relief of General Burj[oync'k army ; preirnt also at the rapture of r*ort Moutfomrry and Clinton, by aitault, and on rarioua other detullory lervicei. Acrompinlt'd the biigiulc of (Uiards to thc Ci-nfinrt, in March, 17W3, ami wrvcd the cam pal en of that year : prcient at the ilrge of Valcnclt-nni's, nctioni of St. Am and,
l.toetle*, *e. and on the army going Into winter quarter! he returned home for the purpott? of raising a regt., the 8.">lh. In
tyc. l^i. be kceumpanlrd hii rea-t.. to Walcheren, where he held the local tank of Brigadier-General ; and. In (let. joint J
the arwif of the Duke of York, and obtained the command of a brigade of the line, cantoned In and near to the toMn of Tk-l
n the Waml. Commanded the Northern Diitrict In Ireland during thc whole of thc Rt-bctHon.
fl Major Crrfion wn appointed Persian Interpreter to the force under Dtigadler- General Lltchflcld, In August, 183V,
and ar*d with ft throughout Uw arduoiu operations In Parkur, and againat th Tribei In the N. W. Dcerl, which
ttdrt la th ukin of Balmccr.

EmbaihorNorllS88e"-] Vthlkgt. of Foot, (Royal

ndiep.

In the centre of the colours, The " Hose" within the "Garter" and the " Crown" over it.
And in the corners of the second Colour, The " White Horse." "MARTINIQUE"-
"TALAVBRA" "ALBUHEHA" "BADAJOZ" " SALAMANCA" " VITTORIA"
"PYRENEES""ORTHES"" TOULOUSE"" PENINSULA."
Colonel.
cl Blakenev,1 KCB. GCH. Cornet 28 Feb. 1704; Lieut.
24 Sept. 94 ; dipt. 24 Dec. 94; 'Major, 17 Sept. 1801 ; Lieut.-Col. 25 April,
08 : Col. 4 June, 14 ; Major-Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieut.-Gen. 28 June, 38 ;
Half
Col. 7th Fusiliers, 20 S ept. 32.
Pay.
Lieut.-Colonel.
Itf Frederic Farquharson, Ei is. 17 Sept. 13; Lieut. 25 May, 14; Capt. P23 Sept.
19 j Major, P 29 June, 30 ; Lieut.-Col. P 7 Sept. 32.
Majors.
A Lacy Walter Yea, Ens. PC Oct. 25; Lieut. P19 Dec. 20; Capt. P30 Dec. 36 ;
Major, P3 June, 42.
2A Richard Wilbraham, 2n</ Lieut., P 25 Mar. 28 ; Lieut. 25 May, 33 ; Capt. P22
July, 30; Brev.-Major , 31 Dec. 41 ; Major, P 19 Jan. 44,

Years' Serf
51
Full
Pay
30

19
15

21
11
11
11
11

0
0
0
0

ENSIGN.
CAPTAINS.
William Hope
4 Nov. 24
T. St. V. H. C. Troubridge P 24 Jan. 34
Lord James Butler .... P 7 Nov. 34
P23 Mav 34
Robert Stuart

P 9 Aug. 33

10
8
0
8

Charles Stewart Cochrane P 8 April 36


0 Aubrey F. Beauclerk ....
never
0 Won.W.Lygon Pakcnhavn P25 Aug. 37
0 Hon. Charles Luke Hare P 18 Mar. 30
Pll Aug. 37
0

8
8
8
6
6
6
6
4
4
5
9
6
3
5
7
2
4
6
3
5
2
15
8
19
13
4
2

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

LIEUTENANTS.
Wm. Lewis Grant ....
D. John Dickinson,3 tuff.
\Vm. R. Browne
Herb. Wat. Wins. Wynn
William Hopson Hopson
Charles W. Tupper ....
Frederick Mills
Edm. H. Wilson Bellairs
Taylor Lambard Mayne
George Christian Wilson

LIEUT.

P 27 Oct.
P30 Dec.
PIC Feb.
11 June
P 6 May
P17 Aug.
P 7 Aug.
P31 Aug.
P 7 Dec.
P 12 July

25
36
38
37
37
38
35
38
38
38

CAPTAIN.

I'U Feb.
P14 Dee.
P 3 June
P 2 Sept.
P 23 June
P 12 Jan.
P 19 Jan.
P 26 Jan.
P 23 AuS.
P 8 Oct.

28
41
42
42
43
44
44
44
44
44

BREVETMAJOR.

23 Nov. 41

2Licut.r>ickii ?on servc-d'irith

P 7 April 37 P28 Julv 40 llif (Jiii'. n't lid. itl.s lliri'uuliuul


cainpiii.-n n AUiitinnistiin
P 30 June 37 30 Jan. 39 (Ins
imd IMuucliistn n, in 18-18 and
29 Sept. 37 P 5 Mar. 41 J9, ami tis pn sent t the RSP 5 July 39 P 24 Sept. 41 siiult and cupt ri? of the f.jrof Oliuzi e and Khelal,
P 4 July 39 P28 Dec. 41 tresses
ut which lust 1 e w:is severely
8 Feb. 39 1C May 41 wounded by n musket-shot,
P25 Jan. 39 P 1 April 42 leg bruken. Me< nl ford nzi.e.e.
3 Quarter-M istcr Lodsam'i
P16 Nov. 41 '1C Aug. 4-2
litinnloCopenP 6 Aug. 41 P 20 Dec. 42 ser\iees:Expo
linden in 1807 ; Peninsula from
15 Dec. 40 P 19 May 43 July 1810 to the end of the warf
P25 Mar. 3fi P 23 Mar. 38 Including the ba ttles of Busuco,
sii'^e and capP 4 Oct. 39 P27 May 42 and Albuhpra;
of Ciudad Hodrigo, and
C. W. Wm. Lord Langford P 5 Aug. 42 P 1C Feb. 44 rure
B;ul9joi ; battle s of Salamanca,
William Monck
P 28 Aug. 40 P 29 April 42 Vittorin, Pamj. eluna, On hex,
Plomer J. Young
11 May 38 P 1 Nov. 39 nnd Toulouse, Present at the
Henry Aylmer Porter . . P 30 May 43 P 14 June 44 attack on New ( )rleaiu in 1815.
John Donovan Verner . . i' 24 Sept. 41 P 23 AUK. 44
Robert Kave
10 Nov. 30 27 Sept. 44
Fred. John G. Whitehead P 25 Nov. 42 P 8 Oct. 44
Stephen Roland Woulfo i'31 Jan. 40 HI Aug. 42
George Rashlcigh Edjjcll P 14 Dec. 43 P 20 Dec. 44
Paymaster.Thomas Gil ey, 11 May, 3 8 ; Lieut. & . 4dj. 9 Nov.3C 1.
Adjutant.Lieut. Dougli is John Dickiiison, 20 Sept. 44.
Quarter-Master.J3 Job n Ledsam,3 2( April, 26.
Surgeon.JJ John Mitchc 11, M.D. 12 Ja n. 44 ; Altai .-Surg. 13 Nc iv. 32.
Assistant Surgeons.Adc Iphus Colling ), M.D. 26 Fe b. 41.
The mas Moore Stinter, M B., f Oct. 43.

Facings Blue.Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.


1 Sir F.dwnrd Blakeney accompanied the expedition under Mjor Gen. White to the West Indies, nnd win
present at the capture ol Dcmerara, Btrbico, and Essequibo, In 1700: in the course of Iliis service lie wu

8th ( The King's) Regiment of Foot.

159

The " White Horte," on a red ground within the "Garter," and the " Crown" over it.
In the three corners of the second colour, the " Royal Cypher and Crown." "Nee
arpera terrent." The " Sphinx," with the words " EGYPT "" MARTINIQUE"
"NIAGARA."
Yean'Sm.
Colonel.
\ 9 Sir Henry Bayly,1 GCH. Em. 12 April, 1783; Lieut. & Capt. 28 Aug. 93 ;
iSi
; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. 5 Sept. 99; Col. 25 Oct. 09 ; Mnjor-Gen. 1 Jan. 12 ;
Full Hilf
Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 8th Regt. 13 Sept. 2S.
Pv. P;.
.|
Lieut.-Colonel.
Charles
St. Lo Malet, Cornet, P 6 Jan. 19 ; Lieut. P 26 May 25 ; Capt. P 25 Feb.
23 A
26 ; Major, P 10 Jan. 38; Lieut.-Col. P 25 Oct. 42.
84

90

20
17

0
0

13
13

is

13 ; o
10
IS
9
8

0
0
0

0
10
0
8 i 0
8
0
7
0
7
0

6
6
4
4
4
3

3
3
3
3 '
,
1

0
0
0
0
0
0

1
1
96
6
3
33
4

0
0

o
0
0

' 0
' 0
4A
0
0

11
' 0

Henry Winchcombe Hartley, Em. 10 Sept. 1 8 ; iira*. 1 Oct. 20 ; Capt. P 1 Oct.


25; Brevet-Major, 28 June 38 ; Major, P 20 Oct. 41.
John Longficld, Em. P23 June 25; Lieut, v 26 Sept. 26 ; Capt. P 30 Jan. 35
Major, P 19 Nov. 44.
EN3IUN.
LIEUT.
CAPTAIN.
HKEV.-MAJ
CAPTAINS.
William Chearnley .... P2G Nov. 25 P 15 Oct. 29 P 7 Aug. 35
H. Welladvice Hoper. . . . P21 Nov. 28 P21 Dec. 32 P 23 June 37
P 22 June 32 P 10 May 33 P 27 Apr. 38
E. H Greathed
P 27 July 32 P 7 Feb. 34 P 20 Nov. 38
Fra. Saunderson Holmes P 8 Feb. 33
6 July 35 P2G Oct. 41
P 8 Mar. 33 P 4 Sept. 35 P 6 May 42
Alfred Augustus Malet . . P 30 Jan. 35 30 Apr. 37 >'24 June 42
Fred. Douglas Lumley P22 Oct. 33
8 Jan. 38 P 25 Oct. 42
P 22 Jan. 36 P 10 Jan. 38 P27 Sept. 44
P 3 Feb. 37 P 20 Nov. 38 P 19 Nov. 44
LIEUTENANTS.
26 Feb. 28 17 May 34
P 28 Feb. 35 P 30 June 37
John Long Marsden .... P17 Feb. 37 P 7 June 39
P 1 Sept. 37 P 2 July 41
Cha*. F. B. G. Diekensoii P 10 Jan. 38 P 26 Oct. 41
P 20 Nov. 38 P 0 Mav 42
Arthur Leslie ......
P 7 June 39 P13 May 42
James Johnston
William Bayly, adj. .... 26 Jan.
23 June 42
P 24 June 42
George Augustus Young P 9 Dec.
P 25 Oct. 42
Wm. Tnrnour Granvillc
8 Jan.
George Edward Baynes P 2 July 41 P 12 Dec. 43
Richard Wilson Hartley P 26 Oct. 41 P 27 Sept. 44
John Henry lidw. Robeck P 6 May 42 P 19 Nov. 44
ENSIGNS.
Alfred Ingilby Garnett. . P13 May 42
20 May 42
John Stone
21 May 42
Thomas Aldridge
P 25 Oct. 42
Ellis James Charter
Robert Stuart Baynes . . P 28 July 43
26 July 44
George Corry
Shaftoe Craster Crsster. . P27 Sept. 44
P
19 Nov. 44
Edmund Loder
Paymaster.Bartholomew Hartley,4 30 Oct. 35; Em. 15 Jan. 13; Lieut. 20
May, 14; Capt. 17 April, 35.
Adjutant.Lieut. Wm. Bayly, 14 Dec. 41.
Quarter-Mater. John Ross, 8 Nov. 42.
Surgeon.Wm. Gardiner, 5 May, 37 ; Atriftant-Surgeon, 7 Feb. 11.
Auistant-Surgeon.James Richard Ffcimell, 20 Nov. 41.
[Returned from North America, 26 Dtc. 1841.]
Facings Blue.Agenti, Messrs. Cox & Co.

1 Sir Henry Bayly served in Flanders: was present at the battle of Fiinmrs ; the tlrge of Valenciennes,
lad wu wounded at Lincelles. Sir Henry served also in Holland in 17110. I'r'x'Kilcd to the South ol
France in 181*. in command of the Brigade composed of the three provisional battalions of militia.
4 Plymuter Hartley served at the surrender of Martinique; and taking of Guailaloupe in IblO.

&.] ( The East Norfolk) Reyiment of Foot. [B"


The figure of "Britannia," " ROLE1A," "VIMIERA," "CO11UNNA," " BUSACO," "SALAMANCA,"
" VITTORIA," "ST. SEBASTIAN," NIVE," "PENINSULA," "CABOtlL, 1M2."
Tears' Serv.

\) Sir Thomas Arbuthnot,1 KCU. Ens. 23 Nov. 95: Lieut. 1 MBy, 96; Capt.

25 June, 98 : Major, 7 April, 08 ; Lieut.- Col. 24 May, 10 ; Col. 4 June. 14 ;


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Major-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Licut.-Gen. 28 June, 38 ; CM. Olh F. 7 Dec. 44.
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31
Alira.
Beresford Taylor,J CB.KH. Ens. 14 Feb. 11; Lieut. 24 Dec. 12; Cnpf.
2
22 April, 25 ; Major, P 19 April, 33 ; Lieut.-Col. 23 NOT. 41.
0 Majors.$ George Lenox Davisf4 Em. 15 Sept. 08; iieut1. 15 Oct. 11 ; Capt.
7 April, 25 ; Major, P 17 Oct. 37.
Charles Barnwell,5 Em. 30 July, 07 ; Lieut. 30 Mar. 00 ; Capt. 19 May, 14 ; \
Brevet- Major, 10 Jan. 37 ; Major, 23 Nov. 41.
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8 Sept. 25 P 10 July 29 23 Dec. 42 1
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Chas. Douglas,
19 May 14 P Hi Juiie 25 M June 38
16 Sept. 10 31 Dec. 2,1
Matthew Smith".
8 Ftb. 34 23 Dec. 42
Frauklin Lushington,CB. via July 29 10 Oct. 33 P 30 Oct. 38 23 Dec. 4J
21 Oct. 13
Francis Stanford1
1 Sept. 20
1 Mar. 39
i' 13 July 32
| Arthur Borton"
3 Apr. 35 30 July 41
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\Vm. Wellington Powell6
9 May 35 I' 21 July 43
P 27 Apr. 2!) ' 17 Nov. 32 10 Aug. 43
James Dunne
John F. Field6
'"' 28 June 27 21 Feb. 34 14 Feb. 44
P 5 Jan. 39 ' 1C April 41 P 22 Dec. 43
6
John Harvey
LIEUTENANTS.
11
8 Nov. 36
0 Charles Myers Creagh . . P 14 Mar. 34
P 28 Oct. 31 n 13 Mar. 35
14
0 George Alex. Tytler*
P 14 Aug. 35 P17 Oct. 37
10
0 Charles Eluihirst6
17 Apr. 35 21 Mar. 38
10
0 D. Munro Bethune,6 adj.
10
0 Rich. Gibbons Morgan . . P 29 Dec. 35 P 25 May 38
22 May 35>30 Oct. 38
10
0 William Shelton6
16 Sept. 30 !p 22 Feb. 30
9
0 Fred. D. Lister", r
1 July 30 p 26 Apr. 30
9
0 George Cubitt
5 Sept. 34
4 Dec. 38
11
0 Lionel Hook"
P
28
AUK. 38 31 Dec. 39 I I.!. -c.,1. Taylor served In tW
7
0 Blayney Walshe"
9 Nov. 38 27 Mar. 40 Ami rican war. including til? ball!.
7
0 Chas. Spencer Gaynor6 . .
7 Dec. 38 P 28 July 40 of ChryiUcr'l Farm. and N
7
0 Archibald Bluntish6
wounded throu$b in* risrbs
I' 27 Feb. 35 P20 Nov. 38 (swrcrely
10
0 [John Urban Vigors*
! - 1 -i- .-.',. i Fort Erie In Sept 1M4.
! 21 June 39 30 July 41 Present at the capture of Fnrta Losjc 0 Alexander Taylor"
K'tarree, anil Rjgliur in tie
6
0 Vim. Graham Cassidy" .. 27 Mar. 40
6 April 42 bur.
KasI lodirs in ISIS ; alao aasmult
P 28 July 40 P 10 Aug. 42 and
5
0 Robert Daunt"
rapture i>f U>rreln lull Served
4
0 Tho. E. BowerbankDentV'19 Feb. 41 P21 July 43 the campaigns In Ava. including V '
at !':ilU (wounded), attaek
P 24 Sept 41 19 Aug. 43 inontirinlanlanx,
0 Frederic Percy Lea
4
VanpavchOEu;. aJ
20 Oct. 4 1 13 Oct. 43 Doncbew.
4
0 William Burden"
3 Dec. 41 P 22 Dec. 43 4 Majur Davi< served in cb*> IV4
n Francis Sievwright
fr.nn the latter part at I-' * ,
P29 April 42 14 Feb. 44 ninsula
3
0 Edwin Morton
until taken prisoner at Lugo. 9 Jan.
8
0 Francis Levett Bennett . P 25 July 37 P 5 July S'J ISOV, wliere he was left daa**T<w*lv
Pritonrr of war In f range until
2
0 Henry Jobliiig Wallack . P22 July 43 P 25 June 44 ill.
April 1814. Served tr. eanpnic*
ENSIGNS.
of IMS in Afghanistan.
11 Apr. 42 7 Capt Stanford servrd iit the earopairo of 1814. ar i
3
0 Henry Thomas
prcfrnt at the battle ef Toulouae. Served alto tu
3
0 Kobert Gordon Cuinming 22 July 42 wai
war In 1*17.
23 Sept. 41 the8 Hnhratta
4
0 Richard O'Connor ....
Quarter- Matcr Seott lerred hi Holland. In ir,
P22 July 42 and WAS present in the action or the I'.iTJi Sept. Svrvr4
3
0 William Hill Forster ..
nl*o in the Peninsula from Aug. IfcOH to Aofr IW9 and
2
0 George Harrington Hawes 24 Nov. 43 aitnln
funu Jan. IKln tu June 1K14, Ineliuling the battle
i>22 Dec. 43 of Vimiera.
2
0 John I i. mil. mi
capture of Opmlo, battle of Vtttorta, :-_
1
0 Cli ris. Rowland Richardson P 10 Feb. 44 of San Sebastian, battles of the Nive en U*r ftb. lOlt,
and
llth
Dee.
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0 William Henry Stirling.. 2 Aug. 44
18 "A Paijiiuister. Robt. Bfuntish," 14 Dec. 09.
10
0 Ai{/ntnnt. Lieut. Duncan Munro Betlmne," 2 Dec. 39.
38
0 Quarter-Master. ;J James Scott,8 17 Dec. 07.
19
0 Surgeon.James Malcolm, 2 July 41 ; A.-S. 25 Mar. 28; Hosp.-Astt. 14 Dec. 2G.
. Robert Beresford Gahan, 17 June, 30.
g 0
David Anderson, M.D., 23 July, 44.
i 0
Peter Mackey, M.D., 30 July/44.
i 0
Facings Yellow.Ayentg, Sir John Kirkland & Co.
1 Sir Thomas Arbulhnot bus received a crow and one cltup fur Rolcia and Viutiera, Corunnit, Pyreawe*,
Nivelle, and Grilles.

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1 Sir John M'Caskill was at the landing at Porto Rieo. and -i.v- of St. Juan, May, 1797. Onpasiarr to India hcn ihe fc-wt
under convoy of Sir T. Trowbridftc wa* attacked by the French Admiral Linois in tlie Marengo St. a heavy frigate, akn4
another ship. Aug. I80& ; present at the licgei -in-l captures of Forts Sattarah. Sinirliur, WoossoUh, ami a Jtrt at many oIlMt a.
Also at the reduction of the strong fortress 0f Sholapore, And the attack and diapcrsiun of 3.000 of the Pcallwa's choicest trov
strunfly posted with their guns, I, of which were captured umlcr tho walls of the fort, lllh Hay, IBIS.

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10th ( Tfte North Lincolnshire) Regt. of Font,

[MSnBen' ,

The " Sphinx," with the words, " EGYPT"" PENINSULA "'
Colonel.& iSi Sir John Lambert,1 GCB. Ens. 27 Jan. 1791 ; Lieut. & Capt 9

Oct.93; Capt.&.Lintt.-Col.l4Mity,in ; Col. 25 July, 10; Maj.-Gen. 4 June

13 ; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 10th Regt. 18 Jan. 24.


'*& Lieut.-Colonels.J) James Considine,'' K II. Ens. 18 May, 09 ; Lieut. 27 Dec 10
Capt. P29 Aug. 22 ; Maj. P 11 July, 2(i ; Lt.-Col. 1 July, 28 ; Col. 23 NOT 4l'
^ 9 i3 John Luard,3 Cor. P25 May, 09; Lt. P30 May, 11 ; Capt. f 13 Dec. 21 ;
Major, P 17 Oct. 34 ; lirevet-Lieut.-Col. 28 June, 38 ; Lt.-Col. 31 Dec. 42.
0 Mnjors. Christopher Limebear Strickland, Ens. P31 March, 25- Lieut. P8
April, 26 ; Capt. P24 May, 33 ; Major, 27 Dec. 42.
0 Thomas Harte Franks, Em. P7 July, 25; Lieut. P26 Sept.26; Capt. PI Mar.
3i>, Majar, P 29 Dec. 43.
ENSIGN.
CAPTAIN. | BHKV.-MAJ.
CAPTAINS.
0 George Staunton ....
P 5 Oct. 20 P 15 Feb. 31 P 8 June 39
21 May 18 i'31 Julv 23 29 Dec. 40
A Wm. Henry Goode ..
3A Thomas Mi'ller
9 Jan. 17
April 27 16 July 41
6" William Fenwick .... 26 Dec. 34 P 198 June
39 P15 April 42
0 Henry Errinpton Lougden 10 Sept. 30 P 7 Aug. 40 P26 Mar. 43
0 John Cassidy Stock .... 23 Mar. 26
1 Feb. 29 12 July 42
Oco. Burgoyne Sutherland 8 Dec. ]4 15 June 20 10 Oct. 26 23 Nor. 41
Mitchell George Sparks
4 Nov. 19 20 Dec. 23 28 June 36
O . Johu James Bull ...
P 8 June 39 P 16 Nov. 41 P 29 Dec. 43
P 22 NOT. 39 i' 1 April 42 P 25 June 44
9 Samuel Hobson
LIEUTENANTS.
2 Col. Considinc served In the
O John Tayler Gorle
P 7 Aug. 40 P28 Dec. 41 IVninMila
and South of France IV. m
O Morton Grove Manscl
15 Dec. 40 P 2 April 42 My, 1810, unlil the end of Feb.
0 Eflward Lee7
P 12 June 35 P13 April 39 I8H,with the <3rd Light Infantry,
part of the Light Division.
ol ITenry Macmanns Sail, r. 8 Dec. 37 1 Sept. 40 forming
and was present and engaged in the
o Henry And. Hollinsworth 8 July 37 8 April 42 following
battles, sieges, &c. Can).
pnt(rn of 1810action of the l.'im.
0 Henry Radford Norman f 23 Feb. 38
8 April 42 battle
of Bunaro, and sundry ikirmi.
0 John R. Graham Pattison 28 June 38
8 April 42 hcs during the retreat through For.
0 Walter Yonge Beale .... P 5 Oct.
8 April 42 tugnl and to the Lines of Torres VeCampaign of IBMactions of
0 Hohert George Jephson. . P19 Oct.
8 April 42 dras.
Pomba], Redinhft. Casal Novo. Fox
o Richard Brandram Gwilt P30 Oct.
8 April 42 d'Aroucc. and Sabugftl ; battle of
0
t. F.Lysaj*ht,nrf/>27 Feb. 41 P15 Anril42 Fuentcs d'Onor, trd and 6th Hay,
minor skirmiihes during the
0 Jas.VanHartnalsMontagu P17 April 40 P22 -pril42 and
year. Campaign of I81Xilr-ge and
0 Geo. Marshall Knipe.... P 22 Feb. 39 20 May 42 a.t*ult of Ciudad lodrigo, si< ifc and
0 Henry Roe Evans
P 4 May 39 22 July 42 assault of Badajnz severely woundr<l while mounting the breach, hav
0 Charles Doyle Patterson
21 June 39
4 Oct. 41 ing been shot through the body and
0 Alexander Montgomerie P 24 Sept. 41 P 25 Nov. 42 lungs, and slight! f wounded in the
0 Marshall Valentine Bull P 16 NOT. 41 P 1 6 Dec. 42 left leg ; affair of Caslrajon and the
Guerena, battle of Salamanca, ad
P 28 Dec. 41 17 Dec. 42 vance
0 John Taylor
to and captu re oi Madrid, reP 14 Feb. 40
treat
to the frontiers of Portugal, and
0 John Bendyshe
2 Jan. 43
of San Mun os. Campaign of
0 Win. Henry Emerson . . P 2 April 42 i'31 Mar. 43 action
1813 skirmishes 1 n the Pvrcneea in
0 John Sweeting Herbert. .
8 Apr,H2 10 NOT. 43 July and Aug., passage of the Bidas0 Michael Creagh Singleton P 6 May 42 P 2!) Dec. 43 SWR, attack on the fnrtiflcd height of
and battle of Nlvellc severely
0 Stewart C. C. Galloway. 28 May 42 |p 25 June 44 and dangerously
wounded by a mus
ENSIG.VS.
ket shot, which broke the lift thigh c,lo*c to the hip; this wound obliged him t return to England the
o Charles James Lindam. 8 NOT. 42 Joint
end of Feb. Ihli. In Oct following, embarked with
O John Miller
8 NOT. 42 Uul Expedition under Sir Edward Pakenham, and was
at the operations before and the attack on New
o John William Medhurst P 20 Jan. 43 prthrnt
Rth Jan. 1815. Landed with his corps at Os0 John Thomas Chandler.
24 Mar. 43 OrU-am.
on the ISth June ; was present at the capture of
(31 Mar. 43 tend
0 Joteph Curry
Paris, nnd remained the whole time with the Army of
0 Augustus Angelo
10 Nov. 43 Occupation in France.
0 Edwin Dashwood
5 Jan. 44
o Frederick Thos. Patterson' I 2 Feb. 44 .
0 Paymaster.jj Cuthbert Uarlow/'S Jan. 28 ; Ens. 7 Jan. 10; Lieut. 13 Jon. 14.
0 Adjutant.Lt. Hon. P. Foulkes Lysaght, 31 Mar. 43.
0 Quarter-Master.Joseph Goodfellow^l Feb. 28. [Hasp.-Assist. 7 Sept. 26.
0 Surgeon.Robert Joynt Gordon Grant, 2 July, 41 ; Assist.-Surg. 14 Feb. 28;
0 Assistant-Surgeons. Henry Clinton Foss, 26 Feb. 41.
0
James Gordon Inglis,M.D., 29 Mar. 39.
0
James Macbeth, M.D., 3 Dec. 41.
Facings Yellow.Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.

1 8* John Lambert served the campaign of 1793. In Flanders, with the 1st Foot Guards, Including the siege of Talenetenm, the action at Lineelltt, and at Dunkirk. F.mbarked with the Expedition to North Holland In 1800. and v. as In the
vtunu of the 17tn Aug., 10th and 19th Sept, *d and <lh Oct. Served In the Peninsula, under Sir John Mnore, In 1808 -,
and present at the battle of Corunna. Rmbarked on the Expedition to the Scheldt, In 1809, in command of the Light
CVtpanle* of the 1st and 3d Brigades of Ouards, Embarked on the 30th May, 1611, in command of the 3d Battalion 1st
Gsajrta, (bv Cadif ( unified, on 27th Jan. 1R12, by Lord Wellington, to proceed with a brigade tu Carlhagcna ; returned lo
C*li. isth April, and took the command of the reserve In the Isla dc Leon, Joined the main army at Salamanca 9th Oct.
Flared on th* Staff of the Army under the Puke of Wellington, and appointr d to a nrlgade in the 6lh Division, on tin- ilh
*os*. iu ; present at the banlcs of the Nivellc, Nlve. Orthi's, and Toulouse, for which be lias received a Cross. Served
ftVrvards to. America, and was present at thp attack on Ntw Orleans, Bill Jan. 1BI&, and siege of Fort Bowyer. Commanded
aMtade durlog the campaign of 1815, Including the battle of Waterloo.
TtL Col. Lnard served in the Peninsula, frt,m Jan 1ft!] until the end oftlir war, Including the actions of Pombal, Redinha.
^Wlaa, Tarapo Mayor, Los Santos, and I'sagre, sieges of Cluclod Kcdrlto. liurcoj. nn<l S:ilamanrn. tattle of 5alamanca.
Wvkailr of Pampe'una. and battle of Toulouse. Present at Waterloo llh June, 1S14. Slrge of Bhurtport
/r aaMsst t.^toA1.,.. bottom of followlix plant.

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1 \th ( The North Devonshire) Regiment of Foot, f^S^rT*


" SALAMANCA" " Pyanraia" " NIVELLE" " NIVB" "OnruM" " TOULOUSE"
" pEKiifBULA."
Colonel.
9 Sir John Wilson,1 KCB. Ens. 26 Mar. 1794; Lieut. 12 Aug. 95 Capt 18
Jan. 99; Major, 27 May, 1802; Lieut.-Col. 22 Dec. 08; Col. 4 June, 14Maj.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Lieut. -Gen. 28 June, 38; Col. llth Regt.lOMay,4l'
Lieut.-Colonel.-Sir Michael Creagh," K H. Ens. 9 May, 02 ; Lieut. 28 Feb. 04
Capt. 25 Nov. 09 ; Major, P 24 Oct. 21 ; Lieut.-Col. P31 Dec. 30.
Majors.5HH Henry Kcane Bloomfield,3 Ensign, 30 Sept. 13 ; Lieut. P? Aug.
17 ; Capt. P 1 April, 24 ; Brevet-Major, 28 June, 38; Major, P26 Feb. 41.
John Casemir Harold,' .En*. 25 Sept. 00 ; Lieut. 28 May 07; Capt. 10 Feb. 15
Hrevet- Major, 10 Jan. 37 ; Major, 6 Nov. 41.
CAPTAINS.

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21 May
P17 June
P 28 Dec.
P 4 Dec.
P15 Nov.
P 9 Oct.
P 3 Nov.
P17 Mar.
9 Mar.
10 April

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1.IEUT.

7 Apr. 25
P31 Dec. 27
PIG Aug. 27
P27 Mav 30
P 25 Jan. 39
P21 June 39
P15 Dec. 40
2 Apr. 41
P12 Feb. 28
26 Nov. 30

CAPTAIN.

7 Feb.
P15 Feb.
30 Oct.
P13 Dec.
P 5 Sept.
P 5 April
P 30 July
P 7 June
22 Mar.
29 Dec.

BKEV.-MAJ.

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40
42
43
44
44
44
44
43

Alexander Cockbura ....


0 Edward Lynch lilosse . .
0 Augustus Fred. Jenner. .
0
0 Lewis Charles Conran . .
0
I Robert Webster
LIEUTENANTS.
Lewis A. Pat. Boyd, adj. 21 May 2!) P 9 Oct. 35
0 Jas. Tulbot Stanley
P 4 Jan. 30 P31 Dec. 41
0 Jas. Howard Fetherstone,.'. P12 June 41) P 22 Nov. 42
a Major Bloon add served the
Owen Florance LouisWard P20 Feb. 41 P 13 Dee. 42 campaign
of 181 i. including the
0 John Walpole D'Oyly . . v 17 Sept. 41 P 5 Sept. 43 battle of Waterl oo, storming of
0 Lawre. Hartshorne Scott 25 Oct. 42 P 13 Oct. 43 Catnbray, and cap ture of Paris,
4 Major Harold
the cana0
8 Nov. 42 P5 April 44 paign and battle t tfserved
Corunna. Ex0
P 22 Nov. 42 P26 Apr. 44 pedition to Walch ercn and siege of
0 J. R. T. Hastings Parker P 13 Dec. 42 P 20 May 44 Flushing.
6 Paymaster B 9yd aeeomu.nird
0 Henry Fletcher Mnrston"
8 Mar. 30
8 Aug. 41 the |>edltlnn to Walcheren, and
0 Frederick Duffy Bewcs . . P14 April 43 P 30 July 44 was present at the siege of Flushing,
7 Mr. I.eonart served In the
0 John Robert Wilton .... 29 Dec. 38
3 Dec. 41 1'cninsula
from a tajr 1811 to Sept.
0 Henry Maynard Ball .... P21 July 43 P C Dec. 44 1811.
t Lieut. Mars on served with 11 e <lt Reft Use
ENSIOSS.
of IB!-, in Afghanistan, a id was present In
0 Theodore Thomas Boyd . . P 21 Jan. 42 campaign
the engagements Kith the enemy on 28lh April in the
0 John Alexander Hunter. . P 6 Sept. 43 Pisheen Valley [ in that of the tb May near Canda.
30th Aug. a Goalne, 5th Sept before Ghuznee,
0 Rich. Oliver Fra. Stewart i1 29 Sept. 43 bar,
occupation and di
of that fo rtress and of C*.
0
i'20 Apr. 44 bool, expedition struction
nto Kohistan, sto TO. capture, and
0
P 20 Mav 44 destruction of Ittr tiff, and in the var ous minor affairs
0 Joseph Stewart Travers . . 27 Mav 44 In and between th e Bourn and the Kl jjber Puses.
0
P20 Aug. 44
0 Rich. Wingfield Cardiff . . r" 0 Dec. 44
Ptiynuister.Alexander ] iovd," 8 Feb.2 1; Ens. 14Sep t. 08; Lieut. 9 Aug. 09.
0 Adjutant.Lieut. L. A. P. Boyd, 20 S larch, 41.
0 Quarter-Master.J. J. C rant, 6 Oct. S 8.
5 Surgeon.J3 Daniel Leom rd,7 2 Aiis. 3 ); A-S. 11 M ay, 15; If. A 12 Mar. 11.
0 Assistant-Surg.Thomas Guy, MD. 2 i Jan. 42.
Facings, Green.Agent, Charles R. M'Grigor, Esq.
[Returned from Canada, IS June, 18-10.]

1 Sir John Wilson served In the West Indies in 1790, and was present at the capture of St. Lucie. Including the lien of
Morne Fortunec. Also at the taking of St. Vincent, including the operations against the forts In that island. In July fol.
lowing he was made prisoner of war, and carried into Guadeloupe. In Jan. 1797. he was captured again in the British
Channel In 1795 he was at the ukinj of Minorca. In 1800, he embarked on an expedition against C.di. In I8l to
Egypt, and was prcient In the action, of the 13th and 21st March, and during Ihe whole of that campaign. He proceeded to
the Peninsula in 1808. and was severely wounded at the b.-uilc of Vimiera, In Jan. 1809, he joined the I.usltanlan legion.
and acted ivlth this corps during an arduous period of service, in which It Wai repeatedly engaged with the enemy being
employed in covering Cludad Rndrlgo ami Alinrida. In Junf 1810. he was attached to the Portuguese army and during
the subsequent operations agiimt Mar,lul Soult. a> well In the north of Portugal as n the eastern frontier, he commanded an
advanced corps of Marshal Hereford's army.
In April 1811. he was appointed second in command to General s.lve.ra IB
the province of Tras os Monies, and acted as such durins a period of the operations against Puebla da Sanabria, when the
place was taken by that general. In Sept f.dloing, he was appointed to the command of the advanced gu.rd of General
BarcrlUr's Corpi d'Amitc, and employed on Marshal Maisenn's rear during bis invaaon of Portugal, bring rerratrUlw
engaged with the enemy. In April lftli>, to.,k the field agnin in command of the Militia of the Province of Minho. and wu
engaged in active operations against Marsital Marmont. on the frontiers of the Beira. In June 1813, he joined the army at bia
own request, and ai appointed to thccommand of the 1st Portuguese Brigade of Infantry, with which he served at the siege
of San Sebastian, the passage of the Bidassoa, and battle of the Nivelle i and on the 18th Nov. following, being engaged with
his Brigade, he was again severely woun >d. Sir John has received a medal for San Sebastian.
a Sir Michael Croagh accompanied the expedition under Sir David lUiird to the Cauc of Good Hope In 1WXI, wounded la
the action of the Blue Berg was desperately wounded by a cannon-shot on the left shoulder (which killed six of bis nsen)
at the attack on Bourbon. In 181(1 ; served In Ihe Mahratta war. and during the Pindarree war of 1817 and is.
Commanded a strong detachment during that harassing war in the interior of Ceylon In 1819, when out of toe Dank coos,
panics of the regiment (200 strung) only 17 returned to Ihe coast.
Sir M. has served with his regiment In all
quarters of the globe.
th3 KiT""'" B"low ""vc<l '" lhc Peninsula from Aug. 1810 to April, 1818 ; the campaign against Nepa.l in ISli . .
Ihe Mahr.lt, campaign, of 1817 and 18 , and was present at the battle of Jubblepore. 19th Dec! 1817.
th.'"?""" "'" '""<il<-l>- "ved w iUi !bc 1 1th at the capture of llattra. i the Mahrau. campaign, of 1817 and IS and
CarTtor T
?*?"-? """"P0"' ""' """ '" "'" throughout th. war In C hit*, ami , pm,n,
"""'.,!) i '
r- rh,^' S1">Z1""'. Wooaung. and Chin Kianj Foo.
> NOT. IM2, and WM i

ril] 12th ( The East Suffolk') Regt. of Foot. [ Serving at the y.-.:.-, ...
" MINDEN"" GIBRALTAR"with the Cirrtkand Key" Montis Insignia
Calpe"" SERINGAPATAM"" INDIA."
Colonel.Hon. Robert Meade, Eiu. 7 Nov. 1787 ; Lieut. 15 May, 93 ; Capt.
23 Sept. 93 ; Major, 30 Oet. 94 ; Lieut. -Col. 10 Mar. 95 ; Col. 29 April, 02 ;
FuJI Half
Pa/. ; PT. Major-Gen. 25 Oct. 09; Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14; Gen. 10 Jan. 37; Col.
12th Regt. 9 Oct. 23.
Lieut.-Colonel.
John 1'atton, Em. 18 Sept. 17; Lieut. PI Mar. 21; Capt. P 10 Sept. 25;
Major, P 31 Oct. 34 ; Lieut.-Col. P 18 Aug. 43.
Majors.Sterling Freeman Glover, EM. 21 Feb. 11; Lieut. 25 Nov. 13; Capt.
P31 May, 33 ; Major, P 18 Aug. 43.
William Bell, Ens. v 3 April 27 ; Lieut. P 8 Oct. 30 ; Capt. P 3 July, 35 ; Major,
2 Nov. 43.

5
3
3

3
3
2
2
2
1
26
3

2
32
10
6

0 1 Thomas Brooke
Thomas Moore
0 John Francis Kempt ....
0 Hew Dalrymple Faiishawe
0 Robert George Duff
0 Perrott Thornton
II Patrick Francis Blake . .
0 Bennett Watkins Gillmau
0 Francis Gilbert Ilamley
I
LlEl'TENAXTS.
0 Charles Robert Storey . .
0 Samuel Reed
II William Robert Lewis . .
0 Henry I). Persse
0 John Marcon, pm. r.b...
(I Augustus Fred. Brahaui. .
I) William I.ou-field
II John Holder
II George Curzon Bisshopp
(I James Clarke Ilearu ....
(I Richard Atkinson
0 Henry Segrave
0 James Win. Espinasse . .
0 Geo. 11. Melville Johnston
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7/j
0

CAPTAIN.

LIEUT.

CAPTAINS.
0 J.M.Perceval
0 1 Charles Granet, I
0 : Alfred Home

P 19 July 31
P19 Nov. 25
P 31 Oct. 34
30 Mar. 14
I' 1C June 30
4 July 34
P 29 July 3(i
P 13 Jan. 37
20 Jan. 2(1
P 23 Aug. 37
P 7 Aug. 35
P Hi June 30
15 June 30
P 21 Feb. 34
22 April 3(i
P 18 May 38
P 21! June 38 )
P 22 Mar. 39
P 14 Feb. 40 [
P 12 June 40
P 30 Apr. 41
P18 Mar. 42
P 29 Apr. 42
P30 Apr. 42
P 2 Aug. 42

P 18 Mar.
P 23 Jan.
P27 Nov.
P 29 July
25 Nov.
19 May
P 25 May
P 20 June
P 22 Mar.
30 July
10 Oct.
P 25 July

30
35
28
Sli
21
37
38
3,
39
29
40
37

BRET-HAJ

P 18 May 38
P 27 Apr. 38
P21 Feb. 34
P 15 May 40
30 Sept. 30
29 Apr. 42
Pl3 May 42
P25 Oet. 42
P 12 May 43
5 May 42
P 18 Aug. 43
2 Nov. 43

20 Jon. 30
2(iJuIy S3
20 June 38
13 Mar. 40
8 Feb. 42 4 Mr. Cotton wnat tlieiiefe
29 Apr. 42 and rupture uf Hliurlj ore, in
29 Apr. 42 182i and 20.
P29 Apr. 42
P13 May 42
P 10 Aug. 42
P 1 7 Feb. 43
P 12 Mcy43
P18 Aii>r. 43
P 6 July 44

Miclia<'lLawrunce,nrf/.r.t. 3 Nov. 40
I Win. Edward Croftou ,ai/j. 15 Apr. 42
'John Hey. olds Palmer..! 1 May 42
Eflward >.,ter
| 2 May 42
William Stewart
3 May 42
Thomas Dundas
I 27 Dec. 42
Hubert Seymour Walpole^H Feb. 43
Geo. Richard Littlehalcs |P12 May 43
William Barry Drew .... P 18 Aug. 43
Charles Maitland
lp6Jnly44
[23Dec.l3; Capt. 11 Sept.40.
Paymaster.Robert Willington Kyrlin, 17 Sept. 41 ; Em. 14 May 12 ; Lieut.
i Ailjutimt. Ens. Win. Etlw. Crofton, 29 March 44.

0 Quarter-Matter.3otm Cowell, 20 Oct. 43.


0 i Surgeon.Thomas F. Cotton,* 13 Mar. 35; Assist.-Surg. 17 Aug. 15; Hosp.Antift. 4 Oct. 13.
0 \Atriitnnt-Suryt:ons.John Booth, 17 July, 85.
0
James Walker Chambers, M.D. 4 Oct. 39.
Facings YellowAgents, Messrs. Cox & Co.

nvl<ed tbe Shaans and Burmese at Pronle ; the next day, ttntmcd the lines and height* near Promc ; stormed Melloon 18th
Jan. 1824V, where he received a severe wound. In Oct. In:!* was appointi-d u. the cuntiiand uf the 1st Bengal Brigade of the
area? of tbe Indus which formed the advance throughout the campaign in .\n^-:..ii.i-t.iti. Commanded a detachment of 2SOO
askro sent to Glrt<bk in May 1839 { on the !Urd July, commanded the storininif party at the fortress of Ghuznce, where he
received a sabre cut on tbe chin, and contusions on the chest and shoulder from musket balls. Commanded a force sent to
subdue tbe Kobistan country in Sent IPtO ; asaulud ind captured the town nnd foils of Tootumdurrah ; took and destro)ed
At furta of Jboulgbnr aud Baboo Koosh Ohur, aid tb town nnd fort of Kanlurrah : drove the enemy, under the command
erf Dost llabonuned Khan, from the forts and tow n of Perw jn, w hen Dost Mahommed Khan fled, and surrendered himself to
ir Hsu. Maroaghleo, tbe Envoy and Minister, in which the force returned to Caliool. In 1841 he commanded a Brigade
aasl stcrvped tbe Khourd Cabool Pass, drove the rncruy otT the heights of Te/een, forced the Jujcilulluck Pass, reduetd the
tbrCc^ Mainao-KbAtl. and retreated his force into JclUtabiul, which was invested by the enemy from the 11th Nov. 1841 to the
Tta Af.nl 1(*13. durlnz which period tile jtarrtsou made sorties un the ItUi Nov., 1st lire., lit!) and 24th March, and 1st April.
Qb ta 7U> April, 184', with tbe ' Illustrious Garrison " of Jellalatjnd he attacked and routed the he-sieging force under Akbar
Iwrk, in the general artion at Teaeen, and at tbe re-capture of Catiool. Severely woundedshot through tli leg in forcing
b khoufd Cafcool Paatf, on the PJtll Oct. 1841 ; and sliKbtly wounded at the sloimlnf of ttic Heights of Jugdulluck on the
4Mb *e*a. V Meilato for JelUlabad and Cabool
10 Major Meredltb served in tbe Peninsula from Nov. 1813 to June 1814, ant! was actively employed from the Pyrenees to the
tattir csf Tossloane, at which lie waa present. Served in Canada in 1814 and 1A ; piestnt at capture of Rangoon, alay 1834.

rnunder
have
dModal
heroic
the
of
Sir
viz.
Sale,
veRobert
brave
ilncfgeoaflinavbceiajdrs ube,
Lre-lem
RWade
FSand
Mein,
PKiDr.
Carew;
oeab;
urneytcrmtnslarnsoteianrye,r&c.
Wood,
SKing,
RFLand
Cox,
Wade,
Parker,
iItSpeedy,
oucnr;
taceuplsnbyairetlunaeirzMyoe,n
Jthe
Durrah,
fand
\Wade,
Majors
Sale,
R.
Sir
Copresent
Veailwore:npgkotilnwasuiogrn,sg, IllgtlUf
wlOct.
of
au28th
sOn
nnd
Jthe
Capts.
2Uth
and
i.idttopass
igvomdklar>u.n'mlisce.unkg, Jfor
July
83
r1839,
Mhave
Sale,
Robert
Hie
Sir
Lviz.
Majon
Vigors,
and
Squire
leiznce,
c-ute.i-lCvoaeltd., Wood,
Wade,
Oct.
Sof
RGUI,
forcing
In
Doctor
and
the
Koord
l1841,
12th
Cabool,
orb:epass
irutbesromn-.e,

Serv.'a Jan. 1823. J 13th, OT PrillCe Albert?s Regt. of Light Infantry.


(_ scinl".
The "Sphinx," with the words, " EGYPT," " MARTINIQUE," "AVA,""A1TGHAM3TAN," "UHUZNtl
A Mural Crown, s iperscrilH-d "JELLALABAD," "CADOOL, 1844."
Colonel.
Years' Serv
Sir Robert Henry Sale,1 GCB., t. Ens. 24 Sept. 05; Lieut. 13 April, 97 ; Cap
50
23 March, 00 ; Major, 30 Dec. 13; Lieut.-Col. 2 June, 25 ; Col. '28 June, 3*
i'ull Half
Col. of the 13th, 15 De c. 43.
Pa,. Pay.
Lieut.-Colonels.^ Trial ram Charnley Squire,3 Ens. 24 April, 09 ; Lt. P31 Ja
10;
Capt. P18 Oct. 2 1 ; Brev.-Major, 10 Jan. 37; Major, 21 April, US
30
18
26

17

20
23
It
18
17
15
14
13
14
18

Sale,
Majors
FiJCleaknpiwtniasncoigkns,s
and
Wade,
Holcoi
FiKin-,
and
JCBl
Helaoknlpiwctniosancmoigbknse,sincluding
lmtealciorevromeswidmngWWade,
me
o-.Hegt.
swith
the
OUo
of
HJLieut.
wk;utru,
foll<
The
oselnuwerecvodeimrnbdeg.ls,yWRobert
lTin
Cof
Kthe
hoacapture
rhmoitupsg-athiuo.ngu,tn Sir
R.
Lieut.
and
Sale
wMein
Wudo
sL
Mujor
and
oewereuvnedredl,y and
lWood,
BLSiand
Mein,
uRoernlaucs;
tleonameribnmaet,sy,

TSurgeon
and
Oakes,
RBAasolbirsetnrote-sS.ournge,on

13
11
10
10
9
7
7
0
0
6
6
5
5
5
4
3
3
3
5
3
3
3
3
3
8
2
2
2
2
1
27
6
32
20
9
4
4

Lieut.-Col. 2 Aiig. 42.


0 Iloratio Nelson Vigors,4 Ens. P]2 April, 27; Lieut. P 11 Aug. 29; Cap
P 27 Mar. 35 ; Major, 20 Dec. 42 ; Lieut.-Col. 15 Dec. 43.
Majors.$ Richard Ma tin Meredith,10 Ens. 1 April, 13j Lieut. 26J Jan. Ic
Capt. 2 Sept. 38 ; Major, 15 Dec. 43.
0 Charles T. Van Straubenzee,5 Ens. P 28 Aug. 28; Lieitt. P 22 Fe!>. 33; Cap
P10 Mar. 37; Major, 2 7 Aug. 43 ; Jireret-Lt.-Col. 30 April, 44.
ENSKJN.
LIEUT.
! CAPTAIN. Bit KV.-Jf A
CAPTAINS.
8 Oct. 12
8 Feb. 16 21 April 39
Fra. Win. Stehelin"
0 A. P. 8. Wilkinson, CB.'a 25 Dee. 22 10 Dec. 24 0 Sept. 39 4 Oct. 4
9 Aug. 30 22 Apr. 40 4 Oct. 4
0 Hamlet Coote Wade, CB. 22 Feb. 27
0 James Henry Fenwick . . 25 Oct. 27 30 Oct. 81 P 16 Dec. 40 4 Oct, 4
0 PeterRcdmond Jennings' ' f 5 Aug. 28 P 22 June 32 13 Jan. 42
0 Alex. Essex F. Holcombe P 3 Dec. 30 12 Sept. 34 82 July 42
2 Aug. 42
13 April 31 P 10 Jan. 35
0
0 RolloUillespie Burslem . . 13 April 3-2 P 27 Mar. 35 20 Dec. 42
0 John Steward Wood .... 12 April 31 P 21 Aug. 35 30 June 43
2 Aug. 36 15 Dec. 43
0 Wm. Alex. Sinclair .... P 23 June 32
3 Lt. Col. Squire served wito S
LIEUTENANTS.
7th fusiliers ja tfae eampahraj
9 Apr. 38 IPIO, 11, and 13, in In* Peoin-J
0 Hon. R. J. W. Forester.. P 28 Dec. 32
Served with the 13th in the Burn**
0 Fred. Gordon Christie . . 8 April 34 20 July 38 war
and wsu pre-aeol al i
P 27 May 35
2 Sept. 38 takingin 18X4,
0 David Hattray
of Cltecuba : eooanan*
19 June 35 21 April 39 the leading nan; and took a
0
27 May 30 6 Sept. 39 Chokcy, and succeeded to Out eaa
0
of three companies in SKV.
26 June 38 22 Apr. 40 mand
0
inff tite stockade.
He *a prew*
as a roajoi of brigade at the ssorran
0 Fred. Van Straubenzee . . P 17 Aug. 38 30 Apr. 41 of
Ghuxncr,
mod
has
received ta
15
Mar.
30
23 Oct. 41 uiedal.
0 T. Beckwith Speedy, adj.
0 (iranvilleG. C. Stapyltoii 15 June 39 13 Jan. 42 fe 4 Lt Col. Vigors served during <i
5 July 39 13 Jan. 42 campaign* of l3Rfc 39 in ArV 0 Robert S. Parker
Commanded the two Ban
31 Dec. 39 22 July 42 Istan.
0
of tbe 13th, whien forte7 Feb. 40 22 July 42 companies
0 George Talbot
a part of the detlchmrnt under P
3
Nov.
40
Gerald
Fitz
Gerald
King
14
Oct.
42
0
Khaundel Khan, late ruler nf Ca
P 15 Dec. 40 19 Nov. 42 dahar.
0
Cntnmandc-d tht left tan
0 Thomas Henry Brecdon P 26 Oct. 41 P 19 May 43 company lti the advmnre BKU
C'lloncl DcDnic at the usanll an
0 Peter Robert Btirrowes. . 28 Jan. 42 14 Oct 43 capture
of the fort of Ghiunee.
0 Robert William Wade . . P 15 April 42 15 Dec. 43 A LC-CoL
Straubenrev sa-rved O
0 Louis Henry Bedford . . 27 May 42 P 22 Dec. 43 campaign apaan-st tbe h* i
Coorg
In
1*14
the mcKm
0 William Willis Williams15 P10 Apr. 40 11 July 42 llaharnjpore on thrIn 29tn
Dec. 1*1
0 Charles Compton Abbott 22 July 42 24 May 44 he suefmled Ui the cncnnia=.
the 39U> reft.
ENSUJNS.
0 Georcc Henry Tyler .... 23 July 42 II Optaln Ste Klin served the euapaiiroa of 1and 11 In Canada. St-rtcd throughout the BumwiC *al
0 George Shaffner Peurson 24 July 42 Including
of Cheduba Ami Knnaroot ; up<v]
2 Aug. 42 tions beforecapture
0 John Fred. Woolhouse ..
Raw oon. and attsck of Pagooa PmnL
25
Oct.
42
nbtrvcd
tiirouguuut the Bumrs* wfl
12
MajorWilkinsi
Charles
Walpole
Hinxmuu
0
13 ynart.-Mn.K- r Slicrirl.n sieved nt the- Ferr^
0 Arthur Edward Frere . . 24 Feb. 42 throughout
vai;(i of IH01 In Ktrpt i u UK- rs|
the
ca
0 James Duncan Longden 31 Mar. 43 ture of Martinique in Ir^W; throughout the Burmewews
24 Feb. 43 14 Capt Jennin _ and Ur. Barnes were wounded 1
0
llMabid. 7th Aprtl. 1H41.
P22 Dec. 43 the action near Ji >m
0
served with tbc 9th in Affgtui-l
Lieut. Will
0 Robert Becher Stowards 23 Dec. 43 tan15under
General I'ollock.
24 May 44
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Paymaster.Harry Care w," 1 Feb. 31 ; Eius. 1 Jan. 11 ; Lieut. 19 March, U


Ar(jntant. Lieitt. Thomi is Beckwith S pecdy, 24 Ma
\_Hosp.-Att'ut. 29 Dec. ii
Quarter-Master.Mark Sheridan,13 18 Feb. 13.
Surgeon.John Robertso n, MD. 14 D ec. 41 ; Auitt .-Surgeon, 13 March, 26
A ssistant- Surgeons.Gee rge West BarMIS," M.D. 8 \pril, 36.
16 Lieut Hein was wrfrely wouDdtxl en
Alexander Adam P out, 8 June, * 1.
disastr ous rrtro-tt rrom Cabool under
Thomas Goldie Scot ,MD.14Dec. *i i the
Major Gen TAl Elphin*(nnr. avud rcmainrd
Facings Blue.Agents, ilessrs. Cox & Co. prisoner in thr hand* uf th* rnemy.

1 Si Rober t Sale served at the battle of Mallfl M llv. and siege an A storm of Serinrs p.iUJn.ln 17W ( Mrd.il> ; thr TIC t- >
:he ran paigns in the Wynaud eonntry, in 1801 | nt he storm of the Tr ivancore lines. In 1 W< j capture i'f th Ilr t Fratr---.
the Burmese war In 1B21. 25, and 26, and was present at the capture of Rangoon, anJ wbilM in ronnnand of
Bifid roughu ute enemy
from the vicinity of Rang xm, stormed the sti tckades near Kcnn nilinr, altn the M-VCB Btoefcadn art
Re(t. d rove tli
Kumar oot and Pagoda Point i stormed the enem ' lines, on the 'S Dec. I*:'!, with tl f P'lli .'-n ! ?nn Si'pAyt ; aa tty &
romma nded a detail of 1600 men, and drove the enemy from all tr eir positions t on (h* 8th. rtirrunandptf 800 iTwri in
attack in the ear or the enemy's lines opposite tl e Great Pafoda al
ments I 1 Kok n, and there received a very severe wound In the hri d i commsndk-d a Brtr,td employed In the rr,]ur:>.-i.
Basse!! and i ubstqucnt operations, from lOtli F b. to 2nd May IBS 5; on the 1st Dee. commanded the 1st Brigade, al
[For intlauMllftn, and Note 10, see bottom nf prerc*lrtg pag

( The Buckinghamshire} Regt. of Foot.

<
["$

On the Bear-skin Capf of the Grenadiers and Drummers, the White Horse, "Nee tupera tei'rcnt."
"TOURNAY-"CORUNNA"" JAVA" "WATERLOO""BHURTPORE." Tlic Itoi/al
Tiytr, .uperscribed "INDIA."
e*n'Srv.
Colonel.
Full Half
P.,. Pay.

39

Sir James Watson,1 KCB., Em. 24 June, 1783; Lieut. 18 April, 92 ; Capt. 11
Mar. 96; Major, 3 Dec. 02; Lieut.-Col. 15 May, 00; Col. 4 June, 14;
Maj-Gen. 19 July, 21 ; Lieut.-Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 14th Regt. 24 May,}."
Lieitt.-Colonel.$ Mathias Everard,2 CB. & KH. Ens. 28 Sept. 04 ; Lieut. 21
March, 05 ; Capt. 23 April, 07 ; Brevet-Major, 19 July, 21 ; Maj. 1 1 Nov. 25 ;
Srevet-Lieut.-Col. 19 Jan. 20; Lieut.-Col. 4 Aug. 29; Col. 23 Nov. 41.
Majors.Maurice Barlow, Ens. P21 July, 14; Lieut. 23 March, 15; Capt. P
Dec. 21 ; Major, v 12 June, 28 ; Breeet-Lieut.-Col. 23 Nov. 41.
James Watson,3 Eta. 22 Mar. 21; Lieut. P25 Dec. 22; Capt. PHDec-Sj.
Major, P 10 Jan. 40.
CAPTAIN.

BKEV.-MAJ.

CAPTAINS.
0
0
0
14
0
15
6
0
0
1 1 ,J_

$ Martin C. Lynch4
Cha. Rayner Newman * . .
Tho. Holmes Tidy,4 i. . . .
9 Joseph Smith7
John Watson
i&iJJ John Manley Wood
Sir Jas. Edw. Alexander
Ralph Budd
Arth. W. Campbell , *
Wm. Thomas Colman . .

31 May
15 Aug.
P 28 Sept.
14 Mar.
P17 May
6 Sept.
P2G Nov.
P 10 Mar.
25 Dec.
13 June

09
11
26
11
27
21
25
20
35
30

6 Sept.
28
31 21 Nov.
34 P25 Nov.
34
1 Aug.

34
34
30
38

11 Feb. 08
28 Sept. 09
14 April 25
10 Feb. 08
20 July 20
19 May 14
P 20 Jan. 25
10 Mar. 25
15 Mar. 33
7 Sept. 15

LIEUTENANTS.
Hen. M. F. Stirke
John Dwyer
Edward Archdall, d. pm.
William Douglas
Edward Prothero, d. adj.
William Blundell
$ John Spence,8 adjutant
Rob. Wm. Romer
John Peter Hall
Henry J. Warre, *. ...
Thomas Hamilton
David Tho. Armstrong .
John M'Culloch O'Toole"

ENSIGNS.

31 July
P 19 July
6 Sept.
P 23 May

P 2 Oct. 35 ! P 20 April 39
P30 Oct. 35 P 10 Jan. 40
22 April 30 ! 11 Jan. 40
P 30 Sept. 30

22 June
P 1 May
P 2 Oct.
13 Mar.
Pll Aug.

20
28
35
27
37

23 Nov. 41
23 Nov. 41
23 Nov. 41

P 10 Sept. 25 28 June 38
P 18 June
1 June
P 28 Jan.
3 Dec.

30
41
42
41

11 Lieut. O'Toole served with the


49lh on the Chin expeditio
was present at the altuck and c.ipture of Ainoy. the second capture of
Chusan, attack mid caplui e of Chin'
hae, occupation of Ninppo and re
pulse of the flight attack, attack
and capture of Sejroun, Chapoo,
\VooWinp, and Chin Kiaiij- Ft>o,
and the demonstration before Nanft Major Newman wss at the siejfe

stunning of IjhurtBo-e.
15 Jan. 40 and
6 Captain Tidy
i vr i nt lh

P 20 April 39 P 23 April
3 Feb. 37 I 1 June
P 30 Aug. 39 p!6 Nov.
22 Nov. 39 p 28 Jan.
21 June 39 P24 June

41
41
41
42
42

7 Major Bmith served with thi


27lh in Sicily when .Vur.tt thriMtened it with ii.va.ioni and, for
nearly three year* in the Peninsula,
Including the bottle of Cnstalln,
and the attack at the Col d'Ordal.

8 Sir J. Alexander served four years in the

P31 Jan. 40 Madras cavalry previous to being transferred to


Loftus Hare
H. M. Dragoons; was prexent with tho ani'.io
Thomas Dowse
7l Mor 9 th.e,llel'l during the late Burman, Persian.
Wm. Cosmo Trevor . ,
I ] Mar. 1 Turkish, Portuguese, and Caffre wars.
John Higgins Graham
0 May 42 | _ 10 _Quarter-Moster Ooddord was at Water20 May 42 I lo0' 19lh June, and storming of Cambray, i!4ih
Robert Macdonald
P 1 Jillv 4-1! oune> I815- Present ' tho Siege of Hatlras.
Frederick Hammersley
- . > .'. Served the campaign of 1817 and la, In the
P 7 June 44 Deccan. Procnt at the siege and storming
Francis Fortescue ....
Charles Cecil Newman
20 July 44 of Bhurtpore, 1820.
Paymaster.Peter Valentine Wood, 2 Aug. 31 ; Ens. 17 Sept. 07 ; Lieut
3 Jan. 11 ; Capt. 13 Feb. 28.
Adjutant.fl Lieut. John Spence,' 28 Oct. 3fl.
Quarter-Master.J1SH Samuel Goddard,10 20 March, 23
Surgeon.Wm. Wallace, M.D.,2 July, 41 ; A.S. 8 Mar. 27 ; II.A. 17 Auif 20
0 Ass'at.-Surgi.John Thomson Telfer, 17 July, 35.
0
John Elliott Carte, M.D. 31 Dec. 41.
Facings Buff.Agents, Messrs. Dowues & Son.
1 Sir Jamos Watson served with the 14th Regt. on the Continent under the Duke of York in 1 703 and 04
the reduction of the Islands of St. Lucle and Trinidad in 1786 and 97. Commanded the 14th regiment at
atlli
Ikec capture of the Islet of France and Java, Including the assault and capture of DJoclocarta commanded
Ikt expedition that captured the piratical state of Sambas in Borneo In 1813; at the captu/e of llio fort
ofHatlra,andinthePiudarreandMahrattawar; actively assisted at the reduction of the fortresi of DhoBone Mundela (where he led the storming party), Ourra Kotah, and Asseerghur. Medal for Java.
2 Colonel Everard's services : Expedition to South America, Including taking; of Maldonndo actions
previous to, and assault of Munte Video, where he commanded the Forlorn Hope. Campaign and buttle of
Corunna. Expedition to Walchcren, and siege of Flushing. Commanded 14th Regt. at the tiege of Hallras
Ilia. Commanded Plank Battalion in the campaigns of 1817 and 18, under Lord Hastings. Commanded
14th K. _! . at the siege and assault of Bhurtpore, 1826.
3 Major Watson served at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore.
4 Major Lynch served at the siege of Flushing. At Malta and the Ionian Islands under Lord Wm
Benttnck. At Genoa and In the South of Prance In 1814. At the siege and capture of Bhurtuoi.
an-i wu wounded at the assault 18th Jan. 1826.
B Lieut. Spenc served the campaign* of 18J3 and 14, In Spain and France, with the 84th, and was prMI.I u the passage of tUo Bidusoa, battle of .Nnullc and Nlve, and actions near Bayonn*.
led
t n

166

15th (The Yorkshire East Riding) Regiment of Foot. [".''


" MARTINIQUE"" GUADALOUPE."

Year' Sen

Colonel.
t Sir Moore Disney,1 Kin., Era. 17 April, 1783 ; Lieut. & Capt. 3 June, 01;
Capt. & Lieut.-Col. 12 June.Oo ; Col. 29 April, 02 ; Major-Oen. 25 Oct. 09 ;
Full Half
Lieut.-Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 16th Rcgt. 83 July, 14.
Pay. 'ay.
Lieut.-ColoneJ.
Lord Charles Wcllesley, Em. P 16 Jan. 24 ; Lieut. P 21 Nov. 28 ; Capt. P 20
18
Feb. 30; Brevet-Major, 8 Sept. 31 ; Segtl.-Major, P4 Oct. 33; Lieut.-Col.
P 29 Dec. 37.
Majors.
31 4 Thomas A. Drought, Ens. 11 Nov. 13; Lieut. P 1C Oct. 17 ; Capt. f 10 Oct. 22
Major, P31 Dec. 30.
19 0 George Pinder, Era. P 24 Aug. 26; Lieut, v 31 Dec. 30 ; Capt. '21 Oct. 86:
Major, P 24 May, 44.
61

CAPTAINS.
22
20
21
15
14
15
12
9
9
10

*
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0

19
15
0
8
8
7
7
6
6
6
6
4
5

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3
2
2
2
2
1
3
34

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
t;
0

19
7
24

6ft

l I ir

Mn

0
0

ENSIGN.

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

BnET.-MAJ.

P 25 Sept. 23 P 7 July 25 P 28 May 29


9 April 26 9 Sept. 28 P 14 Sept. 82
EL H. J. B. M'Cumming PIG Dec. 24 P 6 Oct. 25 P 26 Nov. 30
14 Jan. 30 26 May 33 P 14 Dec. 38
fohn Hope Wingfield . . P 17 May 31 P 4 Oct. 33 P 18 Jan. 39
P
81 Dec. 30 P 17 June 36 P 21 June 39
fitz William Walker
P 9 Aug. 33 P 24 Feb. 37 P C May 42
P 29 April 36 P 14 Dec. 38 P 22 Sept. 43
'Ion. Francis Colborne, i. P 1 Oct. 36 P 18 Jan. 39 P24 May 44
P 10 Apr. 3o Pll Oct. 39 P 12 Apr. 44
LIEUTENANTS.
ami's Hay, adjutant .... 16 Feb. 26 81 Dec. 82
Robert Mac Gregor ....
6 Oct. 26 8 Aug. 27
Icnrv Bond Head, r. . . P 23 Dec. 36 P 21 June 39 a Captain w ilker was at the
P 24 Feb. 37 P 22 June 39 slcgc of ilu-lii! p and taking of
Chas Edw Astell
Tames Allix Wilkinson . . 10 Mar. 37 P 4 Aug. 40 iVm i .-, In the island of WalAlgernon Robinson Sewell P 16 Feb. 88 P18 Sept. 40 ciieren. Prewn at the crotsinp
Bidassoa and action be6 Dec. 38 P81 May 41 of HieBaronne.
P 18 Jan. 39 P 22 Apr. 42 fore
Edward Pardoe
8 Lieut. Tur r wrred with
P21 June 39 P G May 42 the seth In Chli a, and wai prcP 12 July 39 P 23 June 43 sent at the deft n- < of Ningpo,
of TM ke, attack and
3. Theodore de Montenach P 13 July 39 P 22 Sept. 43 action
tura of Chap oo, Shanghai,
William West Turner3 . . 19 Feb. 41 P 27 Dec. 42 W omung, and Jhm Kiang Foo.
Johnson Wilkinson .... P 4 Aug. 40 P24 May 44
ENSIGNS.
George Aug. Hatchett . . P 22 Apr. 42
Wm. Drake Hague .... P 6 May 42
SirW.C.Morshead, Sort. P 2 June 43
Cha. Wm. Clayton East P 23 June 43
P21 July 43
Henry Walters
George John Walmsley . . p 6 Oct. 43
6 Jan. 44
Henry Boulton Stuart . . 20 May 42
Paymaster.$3 Charles Vi 'alker,2 1 July 24; Ens.TZ'tMar.03;Ze ut. 5 Dec. 04 ;
Robert A. Cuthbert

Capt. 21 Oct. 13.


Adjutant,Lieut. James Hay, 16 Feb. 26.
Quarter-Matter.llober : Imray, 8 Ju IB, 38.
Surgeon.AVm. Dobson. 29 Mar. 39; ; Issist.-Surg. 22 Sept. 25 ; Jfotp.-Atfitt.
6 May, 15.
Astitt.-Surg. Thomas H enry O'Flahei ty, 15 NOT. 3 9.
Facing! YellowAgents, Messrs. Cox i Co.Irish . I gentt, Mcssr t. Cane & Co.
[Betumedfr om Canada, 'IQJune, 1840 I

Head Quarters 1
I Cork.
!

16th (The Bedfordshire) Regiment of Foot.

167

Yean' Serf

60
M
IV
45

99
39

H.I

Colonel
9 Wm. Carr, Viscount Beresford,' GCB. GCH. Ens. 27 Aug. 1785: Lieut 25
June, 89 ; Capt. 24 Jan, 01 ; Major, 1 March, 94 j Lieut.-Col . 11 Aug. 94;
Col. 1 Jan. 00; Major-Gen. 26 April, 08; Lieut.-Gen. 1 Jan. 12; Gen. 27

Lieut.-Colonel.\) Adam Gordon Campbell,1 Ens. 24 Nor 08 Lieut 14


Oct. 00; Capt. 29 Sept. 04; Brevet-Major, 4 June, 14; Regtl.-Major, 13
July, 26 ; Lieut.-Col. 8 Feb. 34.
0 Majori.Henry M'Munus, Ena. 18 July, 16; Lieut. 16 April, 20; Capt. 25
Oct. 27 ; Brev.-Major, 23 NOT. 41 ; Major, 8 July, 42.
James Brand, Era. 11 March, 13; Lieut. 17 Aug. 20; Cant. 25 April, 28
Brev.-Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, 19 Aug. 42.

1ft

ft

ENSIGN.

I.1BCT.

CAPTAIN.

BREV.-MAJ.

CAPTAINS.
85
90
Id
19

M
11
19
18
14

ia

0
1 June 20
0 Charles Murray3
1 Sept. 15
Arthur Chas. Chichester P 12 Dec. 26
0 William Ashmore
P 18 Feb. 26
'"*i
6 Oct. 15
0 Hon. James Colborne, s. P 21 Mar. 34
0 JohnWillettPayneAudaiB 14 Dec. 28
28 Apr. 25
Mj0
Charles Hawker
22 Feb. 31
0
P 20 Jan. 3S

A >t_ )U
Ofi
1 1 June 24 |>' Ql
>' AUQj.
13 Oct. 21
5 May 35
P10 Nov. 29 P 3 Apr. 35
P27 Apr. 27 29 Dec 40
26 Apr. 28
1 July 41
26 June 38 P 23 July 41
2 Oct. 28 27 May 42
6 Mar. 28 8 July 42
p 20 July 32
28 Nov. 34 Pr 1IflU "Nnv
ii O V 4*1
ftO

LIEUTENANTS.
17
15
14
13

8
6

0
0
0
0
0

ooo

6
5
3

P 25 Nov. 28
Francis P. Cassidi
Chas. Jeffries Carter, r. . . 18 June 30
Wm.R. Lyon Bennett, ndj P 12 Apr. 31
Geo. Harris Wallace .... P 20 July 32
P 28 Apr. 37
Felix Ashpitel
Chas. Lorenzo do Winton Plo Feb. 39
John Octavius Chichester P26 Oct. 39
George Patrick Goldle . . P24 Apr. 40
Charles Armstrong .... P 25 Apr. 40
George Fred. Macdonald P 8 May 40
Henry Alfred Macdonald 30 Dec. 40
George Alfred Ellis Wall P 28 Jan. 42

ENSIGNS.
3

8
3

0
0

3
9
3
9
1
14
14
4

0
0
0
0

P 1 1 Mar. 42
Edward Flood
Edwd. Newton Dickenson 27 May 42
8 July 42
George John Peacocke . .
Alex. Cockburn M'Barnet 10 Aug. 42
Augustus Alex. Hnxton. . P 25 Aug. 43
Christopher Mackay Read P 29 Sept. 43
L. Stanhope Rich. Lovell 22 Dec. 43
Geo. De la Pocr Beresford f 10 April 44

13 Dec. 81
28 Dec. 31
P 24 Dec. 33
5 May 36
P 24 Apr. 40
2 July 41
27 May 42
8 July 42
10 Aug. 42
P 26 Aug. 43
P 10 Nov. 43
P19 April 44

2 Lfeut.-Col. Campbell served


the Egyptian cai IP. nun of 1801.
Including the investment and
surrender of Alexandria fliid
action to the westward. Cam
paign of 1608-0 in Spain under
Sir John Moore, including tlio
retreat to and battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walcheren, includ iia the siege
and capture of Flushing, and
engagement with Ihe enemy's
advanced posts. Served afterwardi In the Peninsula from
June lail to May 1812.
8 Captain Murray tervrd In
the Kandianwar in Ceylon, In

1817 and 18.


5 Mr. Young served In the Peninsula from
May 1811 to the end of that war in 1*1-1, in
cluding the capture of Badajoif and battles of
Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nlvelle, Nlfe, Orthei
(taken prisoner), and Toulouse.

0 Paymaster.Wm. Alphonso Kirk, 22 NOT. 44 ; Em. 80 Dec. 31 ; Lt. 8 Feb. 34.


0 A>/jii/,iiit.Lieut. Wm. Robt. Lyon Bennett, 25 June, 41.
0 Quarter-Matter.Edward Collins, 23 July, 41.
Surgeon.$ Thomas Young,5 4 May, 28 ; Assist. -Surg. 9 Sept. 13 ; Hotp.-Assist.
10 Dec. 10.
0 Auittant-Surgeon.Benjamin Usher Hamilton, M.D. 22 Feb. 39.

Facing* YellowAgents, Sir John Kirklantl & Co. Irish Agentt, Messrs. Cane & Co.
[Itcturned from the East Indies, 19 April, 1841.]
1 Lord B*reford hai received a Crow and seven Claspi for Corunnn, Busaco, Albuhern, Badajoz, Salamanca.
(wvrclr wounded) Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nlv*lle, Nlve, Ortbei, and Toulouse.
An<. lilt. Served !> t the Capture of Billl and Macutar, in IBM ; In th BurmeM War, in 1825 and | the campalin
In AfTxbanUun and BeloocbUtan. In 18S9, Inclurtlng the itorm and capture of the fbrlrrueB of Ohuinee and Khelat. at
Ueh Ut b led the adrmnrr at the asuult. Marched Into Arabia in command of 400 uu-n from the arrUon of Aden ;
AMtmrrd the Arab poiU of Sheik Mrrtt and Sheik Olhman, and ikinnlihed between thotr plaeei on the &th and eth Oct 18*1.
I Cpt Prrndrrf*t wrved throufhout the Burmese war, includ!n tht tnklnf of Prome. itorminf (he fnemy'* worki on
fte lt ted, wd Mb D. I9, and I9th Jan. 1A, battlrt/' Fniuti-Mew.
E 3

] 1 7<ft ( The Leicestershire) Regt. of Foot.

[^

The Royal Tujer, auperscribed "H1NDOOSTAN"" AFFOHANISTAN""OHUZNEE""KHELAT.


Colonel.
'eftrf* Sorv.
$ M3 Sir Peregrine Maitland,' KCB. Ens. 25 June, 1792; Lieut. Si Capt.
63
30 April, 94; Capt. k Lieut.-Col. 25 June, 1803; Col. 1 Jan. 12 ; MajorHalf
mi
Gen. 4 June, 14 ; Lieut.-Gen. 22 July 30 ; Col. 17th Regt. 2 Jan. 43.
Pny. Pay.

42
34
18
24

Lieut.-Colonelt.
William Croker,5 CB. Ent. P27 Mar. 03; Lieut. P2 June, 04; Copt. v&> NOT.
06; Brevet-Maj. 12 Aug. 19 ; Segtl.-Maj. P16June,25; Lt.-Col. 1 April 36.
4^| John Pennycuick,3 CB. KH. Era. 31 Aug. 07 ; Lt. 15 Jan. 12 ; Capt. 1 14 June,
21; Major, P25 April, 34; B.-Lt.-Col. 23 July, 39; Lt.-Col. P12 June, 40.
0 Majort.John Gordon, Em. P 14 June, 27; Lieut. P5 April, 31; Capt. P5
April, 33 ; Major, P IS Dec. 40.
12 1J Philip M'Pherson, CB? Ens. 2 Nov. 09 ; Lieut. 13 June, 11 ; Capt. 13 Mar.
27 ; Brev.-MaJ. 23 Nov. 41 ; Brev.-Lt.-Col. 4 July, 43; Major, 1 Aug. 44.
0

ENSIGN.

CAPTAINS.
12
28
32
25
20

17
15
14
16
10

9
9
9

8
g
8

7
15
6
6
6
6
6
6
8
4
4

5
3
4
3
4

3
3

2
2
2

1
4
1
11
8
4
16
6
4
1

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

BKEV.-MAJ.

0 Legendrc Ch. Bourchier4 P 5 Apr. 33 P 12 Feb. 36 P 20 July 38

A John Thomas Nagel ....


0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

o
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
23
0
0

1ft0
0
0

28 June 17 10 July 20 21 Oct. 39


William Barnes,7 *
P 4 Feb. 13 23 July 14 14 Sept 35
Thomas Prendergast8 .. 17 Oct. 20 22 Apr. 25 13 June 40
$ ffiiB David Cooper9
11 Aug. 25
1 May 28 16 Nov. 41
Edward Barry Owen 4 . . 26 Apr. 28 P21 Sept. 32 6 Aug. 42 Uent-c.*.
Eric Mackay Clarke 4 . . 20 Oct. 30
43 J'Z^!'*^.
*"*"
6 June 35 P 30 June
'
brked tor ih*
Edward John Grant .... P 9 Dec. 31 P17 Oct. 34 P 22 Nov.
39 PraituulaiaMay
Fred. Augustus Wetherall' 10 Dec. 29 P 14 Dec. 32 1 Aue. 44 1809' ** *'lumper In the
&Zod, nd Mrved
LIEUTENANTS.
U fuch in the advance up to TUOliver Paget Bourke,4 r. Pll Dec. 35 P 27 Oct. 37 ver* and the retreat from throce.
2ml Nov. 1S09, wbea b* wa>
Thos. Ormsby Ruttledge 4 P 29 Apr. 36 P 23 Apr. 38 topromoted
tu an Ensiyney In the
Harv.Well. Pole Welman4
2 Apr. 36 28 Dec. 38 43rd, from which time be Mr-red
Edw. Hen. Cormick4
with the Light Dirlcfoa until the
P 29 July 36 Pll Jan. 89 end
that war, n I8U, includinj
JohnPennefather Perceval 17 Feb. 37 16 May 39 tbe offollowing
battle., ttegei, it-..
11O
A XT
Q"7
U.IOP! .'I
Cot, Mortiafioa, iklnnUa
5 June 39 vie.,
Edward Croker,4 adjutant P 27 Oct. 37 21 Oct. 39 near and battle of Boiaeo, Coimbn,.
Pombal, ftrdinba, MiranP 20 July 38 P 3 Apr. 40 Alenquer,
Corvo, Foid'Arouce, S-tbufal..
Gco. Hughes Messiter , . 15 June 30 20 Sept. 34 dado
FueotfJ ti'Onor, Eaprjo. Soft*. CtuBadajoz, Mar. ,,.M
Alex. M'Kinstry
P 22 Feb. 39 P 25 Sept. 40 dad RodHfo,
lait. Oarvellejo. J - ... . .\
Johnson Bourne
P 11 Jan. 39 P 19 Nov. 41 Apr.
Salatnanca, San HURM, MTCH
Rich. John Ross O'Couor P 12 Apr. 39 1 Feb. 42 Bayonne, Nlrr, Tarbva, Tournereuitle and Touloutc. Conttiivrd
Louis John M'Pherson .
5 Sept. 39 30 May 42 on
the hrad in tbe trencbet at BaLethbridge CharlesMoore4
3 Apr. 40 6 Aug. 42 dijoi .17 the bursting of a tbell.
John Ballard Gardiner . . 25 Oct. 39 19 Aug. 42 Served at a.de-de-eamp (o the gallint Sir Charlei Napier through
P 14 Apr. 37
40 out the operation! la Sclndr, Icclu.
Augustus Wedderburn . . P 26 Feb. 41 P 302 Oct.
Dec. 42 dlnf the b&ttlci of M evince and
Rowland Bcntinck Codd P 16 Feb. 41 P 30 June 43 Ilydrabid.
9 Capt. Cooper served la the
William A. Armstrong .. P 1 Nov. 40 28 July 43 Peninsula
with the &rd Foot Otaanta
William Belfleld
P 13 May 42 P 29 July 43 from .v j>t 1810 to July 1611. In Rodney Payne O'Shea . . 16 July 41 20 Apr. 44 eluding the retreat rrotn Buaaco to
the Lines of Torrei Vedraa, orcuWin. Hcn.Howard Ellison 29 Apr. 42 1 Aug. 44 pation
of them, advance ihn>uffh
TO
M.I.- A]
III .Mar.
41 2 Aug. 44 sit'ffr of Oiadad Rodriro. battle of
ENSIGNS.
Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgus. Alsat
Turner Arthur Macan . . 25 Oct. 42 the
campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quairv.
Andrew Baxter
and Waterloo, and tbe capture of Paris.
27 Dec. 42 Bras
7 Capt. Barnes served at the capture of Port Anjui
P 30 June 43 Culcb 25lh Dec. 1815 ; the Mabratta campaigns of
Richard Charles M'Crea 28 July 43 In1817-18
; escalade of the Fort of Booje in Cutch alarcb
1 siege of Ras-el'Kymah and Zvah in Arabia. Dec.
" *U J uly 4 o 1819
1819 ; escalade of Dwarka Ohaaundel Dec. I6 a*
Richard Bolton Neynoe. .
2 Aug. 44
Henry Philips Onslow . . 19 Nov. 41 action of Benl-lloo-Ally In Arabia, March IS.
Edmund John Gardiner. . 21 Dec. 44
Paymatter.\\'m. Sanford Hall, 10 July, 40; Em. 19 Dec. 11 ; Lt. 22 Apr. 13.
Adjutant.Lieut. Edward Croker, 1 Feb. 42.
Quarter-Mailer.John Mulhall,4 17 Aug. 41.
Surg.George Archer, M.D., 20 Jan. 43 ; A.-S. 2 Nov. 30 ; H.-Atst. 1 Nov. ST.
Assist.-Surgeons.John Bathurst Thomson, M.D. 11 Jan. 39.
Nesbitt Hefferman, M.B. 11 June, 41.
John Shaw Willes, MD. 15 March 44.
Fac'mgi White.Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.

1 Sir Peregrine Maitland served In Flanders, and was present In several actions served also at Oslend In \nt- He waua
presen in the actions of Lugo and Corunna. Sir Peregrine has received a medal for the passage of the Hire.
I Colonel Ciuaer served In the East Indies from IS04 to 18J4, Including the siege of Ournowrl. 1807 i eamaas-fel a,m. t
1 i-I *' '
*d 9 ' c"Pin against tlie Nepaul Slates. 1814 and IS campaign against MahratUs and Plntarrrea, 11J>. i is. Commanded the irth regiment during the hole of the campaign in AOghanittan and Bcloochlstan. Ineludinr lhe>
In w' "HIJTT" ' "" f<"1t"' "' Ghusnee and Kbelat. Col. Croker arrived In Bombay In command of the 171ft reirt,
II ! i >'ol'Ur-'ll""*'-e '" British army of an officer landing In the East Indies lirie in the as-awew-ps.
.. andj Prohnvnlin
A _ """I*"'1*
served
on the-_.
Eipedltion
to Java, including
the
rlrta.
wn.m^..,i
i_ .1...
__-...,
..
. actions at. Weldevrieden,
....Fort Cornells.
.
. Cjoejo.

[For contlmiation, m pn-eedlM pa-.

mb* fof ForcJjn"!


a_1~_

... j
|(H|7 1
cerf . Ju
Jan. Je7.J

i Q// ( Dsv* >al


1 Ot/i

.M.k.('l

Irish} Regiment of Foot.

f 8"Ti"gcotin<ihuMI''

f the second Colour, the Lion of Nassau, " Virtutis


Yean-Serr
ffamurcensis Praemiu m." The Sphinx, with the word, " EGYPT." On the
Colours and Appointm ents " CHINA," with the device of " The Dragon."
58
Colonel.^ Matthew, Z ird Aylmer,1 GCB. Ens. 19 Got. 87 ; Lieut. 26 Oct. 01 :
Capt.
8 Aug. 94; Maj >r, 9 Oct. 00; Lieut.-Col. 25 Mar. 02; Col. 25 July, 10 ;
Fall Half
Major-Gen. 4 June, U 1 ; Lieut.-Oen. 27 May, 25 ; Gen. 23 NOT. 41 ; Col. 18th
Pmj. P.JT.
Regt. 23 July 32.
Lieut.- Colonels.
40 0 Jeremiah Cowper,3 CB. Ji?nt. 21 Nov. 05; Lieut. 26 Dec. 06; Capt. 4 Sept. 23 ;
Brev.- Major, 28 June 38 ; Major, 8 Feb. 41 ; Lieut.-Col. 19 May, 42.
Thomaa Scott Beignolds , CB. Ens. 23 June 25 ; Lieut. 25 April 28 ; Capt.
80
P 26 April 31 ; Major, 30 July 42; Lieut.-Col. 30 March 44.
40 0 Majors.Francis Williani Dillon,4 Ens. 6 Dec. 05 ; Lieut. 6 Mar. 07 ; Capt.
7 Apr. 25 ; Brevet-Miijor, 28 June 38 ; Major, 23 Nov. 41.
John Grattan,5 CB. Ens . P8 July, 13; Lieut. 4 Sept. 23; Capt. 4 Mar. 36,
30
Brev.-Major, 26 May, 41 ; Major, 1!) May, 42.
CAPTAINS.
ENSIGN.
LIEUT.
CAPTAIN.
IlKEV.-MAJ.
P 10 Mar. 26 P 1 June 32 P 18 Jan. 39 23 Dec. 42
19 0 Francis Wigston7
Wm.
Aug.
Towns.
Payne
P 23 May 29 P 7 June 33 P 20 Sept. 39
16 0
16 0 Clement A. Edwards,8 s. 11 June 29 P 28 Nov. 34 P 13 Mar. 40 $I4MVIJW
T.
Barnes,
Lord
Cochrane
P 27 Sept. 33 P 12 Mav 37 P 12 Oct. 41 nolds served with
12 0
12 0 John Clark Kennedy . . P 25 Oct. 33 P 10 Mar. 37 P 3 Dec. 41 Cn7,* e^.i'o'n'',
8 0 George Frederick Call10 P 7 Apr. 37 P 20 Sept. 39 P30 Dec. 42 ll"1,!,".,?'"
17 0
31 July 28 P 12 Apr. 31 19 Aug. 42 nruir'hrrjii'i'und1
11 0 James Wm. Graves" .... 24 Oct. 34 31 May 39 26 Jan. 44 ~ %.?*%
17 0 Archibald NeU Campbell 14 Aug. 28 8 April 31
1 NOT. 42 Amoy,
second
10 0 Alexander Murray"
P 24 Apr. 35 23 Oct. 39 P20 Aug. 44 ME*"87orntinrhof
the fortified height* of Chmho*,
LIEUTENANTS.
inking of NuiKpo, attack and cap
P 3 Aug. 20
19 0 Charles Dunbar"
9 Nov. 32 ture of the enemy'a rntrrnched camp
(he hrijrbu of Segoan (severely
11 0 Wm. Tyrrell Brace,13 adj. P 4 July 34 P15 Apr. 30 on
wounded), capture of Chapoo
11 0
19 Sept. 34 23 Oct. 39 (wounded), WOOBUIIIT, and Chin
Kian;
Fuo, and lundm* befor*
10 0 George Hilliard8
P 13 Feb. 35
do.
Nankin.
4 Major Dillon Barred in the ex0 0 Thomas Martin"
27 May 36 27 Oct. 39 pedition
to St. Doroinpo in 1809.
6 0
<> 18 Jan. 39 P 2 Oct. 40 Served alo in China, and waa
present nt the tint capture of Chil
6 0 Anth.W.S.F. Armstrong" P21 June 39 26 Jan. 41 ian,
storm and enptiire of the
e 0 Isaac Henry Hewitt" . . P 12 July 39 13 May 41 hcighta
above (.'union, and of the
on Amoy, and BUUBC6 0 Wm. Peter Cockburn,10 r. P 21 June 39 20 June 41 Mft-uiUtvriea
quent cupture of the city.
6 0 Henry Duncan Burrell" 24 Oct. 39 17 Aug. 41 Chapoo, Shanghai and Wootiuifr.
5 0 Charles Woodwright1* . . P 13 Mar. 40 12 Sept. 41 and Chin Iv ..,..;. Poo.
P t Oct. 40 P 21 Nov. 41 Amoy, C'liUMQ, Chinhae, Kinrpo,
6 0
5 0 John Caldwell Bloomfleld P 24 Jan. 40 P 1 Apr. 42 rirgimu, Chwpoo, & Chin Kiang Poo.
b Capt. BdwurdB and l.t. Unitard
4 0 Edmoud Wm. Sargent .
18 May 41 26 July 42 were
at Canton, Amoy, Cliupoo,
P 2 July 41 20 Aug. 42 Shanghai wnd woonuy, and Chin
4 0
Foo. Lirut. Hilliurd w,.s
4 0 Matthew Jones Hayman P 14 July 41 20 Aug. 42 Kinnjr
wuunded at Canton.
10 Capt. Call and Lieut. Cockburn
4 0 Henry Allsop Ward .... 17 Aug. 41 24 Oct. 42 were
at Canton and Amoy.
Capta. GruvEB und Murray, and
4 0 Henry James Mason. . . . 26 Nov. 41 P 21 Apr. 43 Lt.11 Hewitt,
were at Canton, Amoy,
19 Aug. 42 14 Sept. 43 Chusan, Chioaae,
3 0 Frederick Lillie
Nincpo. .~> ^>:MI>
Cttapoo, Shanghai ana Wooaunir.
3 0 Wm. Henry Graves .... 25 Nov. 42 2 Feb. 44 and
Chin Kim,;; Foo. Capt. Murray
Richard
Henry
Farrer
.
.
0
30 Dec. 42 17 May 44 WKB wounded at Chapoo.
3
13 Lieut. Duiibur,the Bame sa
4 0 Joseph George Wilkinson 1 June 41 26 July 44 Note
11, except Heguon.
P
16
April 41 19 May 43 )3 LIB. Bruce, Martin, and Woed0
4
wright, were nt Amoy, Chnpoo.
ENSIGNS.
->,..... l.-.i, ....I Chi n Kiany Foo.
Burrell,the tame as Note 11,
3 0 William Blake Graham . . 31 Dec. 42 14 Lta. Bernard and
t. Bernard was wounded at Chju
P31 Mar. 40
0
15
Lt.
Arrostro
ig, the same us Note 7, except
0 Richard Trevor Irwin . .
1 Apr. 43
1'nvmastpr Ci 11 aerrrd witb the 24th Lt. Drog-ocna
2 0 Charles Frederick Kelly
2 Apr. 43 it 19A*',
Deif, Bh irtpore, Allyrhur, Delhi, LwBwurrie,
8 0 F. T. F. A. MacDonnell 12 Sept. 43 Fult.->;>.iir, and all i> in Bevcral ftkirinifh.-s in Lord Lake'a
1 0
26 Jan. 44
1 0 Edward Jones
29 Mar. 44 irni was present at the stormiiiff of C'iudad Bodrigo.
served also throughout the China war with thelish,
17 May 44 lie
1 0
Deluding the first capture of Chnaan, Chinhae. N ingi.o.

s*

Chapoo, Woosang, and Chin Kiong- Yoo.

Paymaster.J> George IaacCall,'7De e. 36; Cornet, P4 March, 02 ; Lt. 1 July,


22
[04 ; Capt. 26 Dec. 11.
Adjutant.Lieut. Wm. 1 "yrrell Bruce,1 J 17 May 44.
11
1 0 Quarter-Master.Georg : Peel, 23 Julv 44.
12 0 Surgeon.Grigor Stewart , 6 Dec. 44 ; .,issist.-Surg. 12 Julv, 33.
7 0 Attist.-Suras.James St<:wart, 17 Apri 1, 38.
Andrew Ferguson, 23 Dec. 3G.
9 0
Facings Blue.
James George Fraser M.D. 16 Mai ch, 44. Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
1 0
1 Lot J A)li aer served In the expedition to St. t) orajngo In 1793 and 179* t was present In tbe flrst and second attacks upoa
TOnra i at tl r storminf of Fort de 1' Acul, near I ofane (wounded) ; at ttie affair or Bombard, near Cape Nicola Hole) aad
Preient at the decent near Oetend, in May 1798 ; remained as prisoner in France for si*
MMlaai Fmcnt In 173 at the battle of the Hclder , at tbe attack on the BriUcb lines on the 10th Sept., battiesof 19th Sept., and
iBd Ort. 17S9, in Holland. Served in the ColdBtreim Guards in tbe North of Germany under Luid Cathcarl in ltA. Present at
lh.r i.xe vt Copcnliagrn. Served on tbe Start of the Army throughout the Peninsular war, as Assistant, and Deputy
A'JjTrta*U-Ct0er*l, and cntnnnntling a Brigade. Was present at the pasM^e of tbe Douro, and bu rvctlvrd a croaB and on*
tor tii tollimuif actions ; Talavera, Butaco, Fucntes d'Ooor, VitUtria, and U> Mire.
' * Covptr wu >l Araoy and Chin XianS Foo.

s.^mn8.'Pu84o.] 19i*A( Thelst Yorkshire North Riding) Regt.ofF.


Years' Serv.

65
Full Half
Pay. Pay.

Colonel.
Sir Warren Marmaduke Peacocke,1 KCH. KG., JS>w. 12 Dec. 80; Lieut. 88
May, 82 ; Capt. 14 April, 88 ; Major, 1 March, 04 ; Lieat.-Col. 1 Jan. 08 ;
Col. 26Apr.08; Maj.-Qen. 4 June, 11 ; Lt.-Oen. 19 July, 21 ; Oen. 23Juue,
38; Col. 10th Rcgt. 31 May, 43.

Lieut.-Colonel.
21

25
19

Charles Craufurd Hay, Era. 87 June, 24 ; Lieut. P84 Dec. 85 ; Capt. HO Sept.
26 ; Major, P 16 June, 87 ; Lieut.-Col. P 30 Aug. 42.
Majors.
H Studholme John Hodgson,' Ens. 80 Dec. 19; /-, ,-'. 3 Feb. 25; Capt. ' 30 Dec.
26 ; Major, P 28 Dec. 38.
0 John Semple, Eta. P20 July 26; Lieut. P 28 Sept. 30; Capt. P5 Sept. 34;
Major, P 30 Aug. 42.

CAPTAINS.
2C
34
30
13
12
20
15
0
8
13

3A Chas. Highmore Potts . .


0
M, \) Thomas Beckham4 ....
0
0 John Duke Simpson ....
0
0 SirMa/k ,\ . 1 1 .Tui I .,/(,-.,'.
0 Henry Galley
0
0 Mildmay Clerk

18
10
11
8
8
7
7
6
6
5
5
5
5

i*

ENSIGN.

8 Feb.
17 Oct.
7 May
3 Mar
P 31 May
17 Nov
P 2 Nov.
P 80 July
P 86 May
P 4 May

10
11
11
32
33
26
30
36
37
32

CAPTAIN.

LIEUT.

P 13 Nov.
26 Jan.
83 Feb.
20 July
P 26 May
25 Jan.
"21 Feb.
P 2 Feb.
36 Jan.
P 7 Mar.

17
16
13
30
37
28
34
30
41
34

BREVETMAJOR.

P 81 Dec. 26 28 June 38
80 July 30
P 8 June 30
P80 Mar 38
P 28 Dec. 38
20 Jan 41
P 20 May 42
P 30 Aug i P 3 Feb. 43
P 10 Mar 43

LIEUTENANTS.

4
4
3
3
3
2
2
1
20
18
10
15
11

Frederick Deacon, mlj. . . P 8 Oct. 25 P 27 Jan. 32


5 June 35 P 28 Dec. 38
0 James Cochrane, r
p 7 Feb. 34 31 May 30
0
0 Edw.JohnEllerman,d.f2/. P 10 Feb. 37 P 4 Sept. 40
0 Henry Butler Stoney .... P 5 May 37 Pll Sept. 40
P 30 Mar. 38 P 12 Oct. 41
0
0 Robert John 8. Mansergh P 14 Sept. 38 P 16 NOT. 41
P 2 Feb. 31) i' 20 May 42
0 John PhillippE
31 May 30 P 30 Aug. 42
0 Hugh John M. Campbell
0 Henry Edward M'Qee . . i1 4 Sept. 40 P 3 Feb. 43
P 5 Sept. 40 p 9 June 43
0 Wm. Temple Parratt
0 John LewisRichard Rooke Pll Sept. 40 v 20 Aug. 44
P 7 Feb. 40
4 July 43
0
ENSIGNS.
30 April 41
0 Wm. Lewis Penncfather
P 12 Oct 41
0
0 Henry Macdonald Burns 20 May 48
p 24 June 42
0
0 Charles Kyd Skcete .... P 30 Aug. 42
P 3 Fob 43
0
0 Rob. Onesiphorus Bright r 0 June 43
0 Wm. Henry Lee Warner P20 Aug. 44
0 Paymaster.Thos. R. Travers, 23 NOT. 38 ; Ens. 7 April, 25 ; Lieut. 10 June, 20.
Adjutant.Lieut. F. Deacon, 27 Sept. 42.
0 quarter-Matter.Richard Barrett,' 80 Oct. 36.
2A Surgeon.Wm. Odell, 21 April. 43 ; Assist.-Surg. 0 NOT. 80 ; Hotp.-Assistant,
14 Feb. 28.
0 Assistant-Surgeons.Robert Smith, 86 Sept. 34.
Thomas Longmore, 3 Feb. 43.
0

1ft

Facings Green.Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.


1 Blr Warren Peacocke wai In lh actions of Antrim and Ballvnahlneh In the r.-i., li. r, In Inland IB
1708. At the landing In Efypt and all the artlons there In 1801. On the Expedition ~lo Hanover in ISM,
and on that to Donmark In 1607. At the passage of tlie Douro in lt(09; and commanded at Lisbon during
the remainder of the Peninsular war.
2 Major Hodgson served In the Burmese war.
3 Capt. Burns served throughout the Kandlan campaign of 1818 ; and received the thanks of Sir Kobcrt
BrownrlgK on throo ocro.sion, in general orders, for a series of service! against the Insurgents.
4 Capl. Beckham served the campaigns of 1813, 13, and U In the Peninsula.
6 Lieut. Alagulre served In China with the AMh at Amoy, Chusan, and Chlnhae.
0 Quarter-Master Barrett served in the Kandlan Territories, Ceylon, during tlio whole of the Rebrlllon of
1817 and 18, and commanded an outpost during part of the above period,

170

r Serving at
[.Bermuda.
VIMIERA"
PENINSU1A."
Yean* Sere.

Colonel.
9 Sir James Stevenson Barns,1 KCB. Snt. 11 July, 92; Lieut. 8 Jan. 04; Ca/>f.
27 Feb. 96; jtfq/or, 17 Sept. 02 ; Lieut.-Col. 6 NOT. 06; CW. 4 June, 14;
Major-Gen. 10 July, 21 ; Lieut.-Oen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Col. 20 F. 36 April, 42.
Full Half
63

Pay. PV25

30
19

Lieut.-Colonel.
William Nelson Hutchingon, En*. 84 Feb. 20; Lieut. 85 Oct. 23; Cap*.
17 June, 26; ;!/.(/,, P4 Dec. 32 ; Lieut.-Col. "'7 Sept. 41.
J. Croad, Era. 20 July, 15; Lieut. 15 Dec. 18; Capt.
A Majori.Frederick
P27 Sept. 31 ; Major, i'17 April, 40.
Frederick
Horn,
.En*.
' 26 Jan. 26 ; Lieut. P17 April, 28 ; Capt. " 16 June, 37 ;
0
Major, v 7 Sept. 41.
0

ENSIGN.

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

13
27
35
84
35
36
35
20
25
36
27
29

21 April 14
P 29 Mar. 33
29 Dec. 37
P 27 July 38
P 14 Sept. 38
P 10 Nov. 37
P 12 April 30
19 May 25
11 Oct. 27
P 20 July 39
11 June 30
P 12 July 31

P 31 Dec 25
P 19 June 35
P 9 Aug. 39
P31 Dec. 30
P 26 June 40
P 12 Mar. 41
P 7 Sept. 41
20 Aug. 41
15 Apr. 42
P 17 June 42
9 Oct 43
3 Jan. 44

P 3 NOT 37
P 3 Aug 38
P 15 Feb 39
P 12 April 39
P 20 July 39
15 June 30
P31 Dec. 39
P17 Apr. 40
P 12 Mar. 41
P 14 May 36
v 21 May 41
p i June 41
P 7 Sept. 41
P 6 Nov. 41
15 Apr. 42

P 9 Aug. 30
P 17 Apr. 40
P21 May 41
P 1 June 41
13 June 41
P 7 Sept. 41
16 Apr. 42
15 Apr. 42
P 2 Aug. 42
15 Dec. 40
P 1 Nov. 42
23 Aug. 43
9 Oct. 43
0 Jan. 44
1 Mar. 44

BREVETMAJOR.

CAPTAINS.
29
18
10
11
10
9

10
26
20
9
18
16
8
7

6
6

6
6
6
5
4

9
4
4
4
4
3
3
4
3
3
3
I

3
9
1
1
32

6
4
20
4
3

Charles Smith
R. Sherbonrne Murray . .
Hugh Dennis Crofton, i . .
0 Lachlan DuffGordon. . . .
0
0 Fred. Charles Evelegh . .
0
Patrick Hcnnessy ....
0 Scrope Reynett Berdmore
0 Geo. B. Cham. Crespigny
0
0 William Frith
LIEUTENANTS.
0 Richard Leigh Lye

A0

0
0
0 Robert Daly
0 Sir Rich. Gethin, Bart.
0
0 E. Hilling Hallewell, <n(j.
0 Geo. Fred. Weller Poley
0 Wm. Pollexfen Radcliife
0 Christophilus Garstin . .
0
0
0 George Tomson, tidj. T. b.
0 John Richard Jackson . .
0 Henry Robert Cowell . .
BN8IONS.
0 William Patterson ....

p 20 Oct
v 21 June
P 13 Mar.
P 25 Jnly
p 19 June
P 1 July
27 Nov.
24 Apr.
25 Jan.
P 29 Jan.
11 Oct.
P 12 Feb.

28 June 38

17 Apr. 42

P 6 Feb. 41
0
0 Thomas Ashton Coffin . . P17 June 42
4 May 42
0
0 Edmund Francis Anstey P 1 NOT. 42
13 Oct. 43
0
20 Oct. 43
0 William Henry Dowling
0 Charles William Robinson 17 NOT. 43
0 John Everard Deane .... 23 Feb. 44
1 Mar. 44
0 < ;. , .1 . . , W. Tavlor
0 Paymatter.Charles South, 23 Aug. 27 ; Em. 9 Dec. 13 ; Lieut. P 17 Dec. 18.
0 Adjutant.Lieut. Edmund G. Hallewell, 1 March, 44.
0 Quarter-Matter.David Bilham, 17 Sept. 41.
0 Surgeon.Stephcnson Teevan, M.D., 4 Sept. 40 ; Aitiit.-Surgeon, 23 Nov. 26 ;
Hotp.-Assitt. 16 June, 25.
0 Auittant-Surgeons.Robert John Cole, M.D. 27 Aug. 41.
Edward Howard, 29 April, 42.
0

Facingi Yellow.Agents, Sir John Kirkland & Co.


1 Sir Jaron Burns aenred uniter Gen. O'Hara, at Toulon, until in evacuation, and mi present at th
defence of Fort Mulgrave, and the lortle from Toulon. Served the whole of the campaign In Conlca,
until Hie rarrcnder of Calvi, including the slormlns of Convention Redoubt*, capture of St. Florenzo, Baitia,
and the ile? of CalTi. In 1799, M-rvtd the campaign in Holland, and vra wounded al Alkinoor, Sli Oct. t>9.
Accompanied the upedition 10 ill* Ferrol, and served the whole of the campaign In Egypt In 1801, until
ind In
the mi-render of Alciundrla. Served in the einedltion to Walcheren, '
- Spain
" and' Portugal
"
' from
' "
lie hat receiTed a crogt for BUMCO, Salamanca
March, 1810, until the concluiicm of the war in 1614
(Kvn*!/ wounded), St. BebatllaD, and the Mv.

ofFoot,(RoyalNbrtkBritishFitsiliers.')[afn-)
Years' Serv.
60
Pull Half
Pay. Pay.

28

20

ti

30
31

37
17
13
28
13
14
12
22
17
10

6
0
0
0
0
0
0

11
10
17
14
14
13
12
0
8
0
7
7
7
7
6
5

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

5
5
5
5
4
4
4

o'
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Colonel.
9?S3 Right Hon. Sir Frederick Adam,1 GCB. GCMG.jBrw.4NoT.1795; Lt. S
Feb. 96 ; Capt. 30 Aug. 09 ; Maj. 9 July, 03 ; Lt.-Col. 28 Aug. 04 ; Col. 20 Feb.
12 ; Maj.-Gen. 4 June 14 ; Lt.-Gen. 22 July, 30 ; Col. 21st Fusil. 31 May, 43.
Lieut.-Coloneli.
George Deare, Ens. 30 Oct. 17 ; Lieut. 8 July, 22 ; Capt. P 30 Dec. 24 ; Major,
P 26 Oct. 32 ; Lieut.-Col. 28 Dec. 38.
Richard Tyrrell Robert Pattoun,4 Em. 11 Jan. 10; /,<>/, 10 Aug. 23; Capt.
2 Sept. 34; Major, P 8 Feb. 42; Lieut.-Col. 5 Dec. 43.
Majors.William James Sutherland, 2nrf Lieut. 3 May 14; Lieut. P2 Sept.
14; Capt. P 29 June, 20 ; Brevet-Major, 10 Jan. 37 ; Major, 31 Dec. 42.
John Crofton Peddie, -2nd Lieut. 4 May 14; Lieut. P29 June 20 ; Capt. ' 26
NOT. 25 ; Brevet-Major, 28 June, 38 ; Major, 5 Dec. 43.
2d LIEUT.
LIEUT.
CAPTAIN. BREV.-XAJ.
CAPTAINS.
Angus Wm. Mackay ' . . P 24 July 02 P 30 June 08 27 July 32
P24April28 P 5 Oct. 32 P 26 June 38
John Ramsay Stuart .... P 20 Jan. 32
9 Aug. 35 P 10 Jan. 40
William John King4
1 Mar. 17 29 Jan. 20
3 Oct. 40
Thos. Bythesea Mortimer P 16 NOT. 32
2 July 37 P24 Sept. 41
Malcolm Mac Gregor. . . . P 6 Sept. 31 P 12 Dec. 34 20 NOT. 41
Hon. Cha. Rich. West .. P30 Aug. 33 P 5 June 35 P 15 Apr. 42
22 Feb. 15 11 June 17 31 Dec. 42
P 13 Feb. 28 10 Dec. 33
6 NOT. 41
P24 NOT. 35 P 14 July 37
5 Dec. 43
FIRST LIEUTENANTS.
P 12 Dec. 34 P17 Aug. 38
P 24 April 35 P 18 Aug. 38
William Domvile
Wm. Alexander Dcly . . 31 July 28 21 April 33
And. DBT. A. Stewart, r. P26April31 P 0 Aug. 33
28 Oct. 31
8 May 35
Samuel Burgcs Lamb . . P 14 Dec. 32 P 5 Feb. 30
15 Feb. 33 27 July 38 a Capt. Uackay semd tto
Arthur Lake Johnston . . P 22 July 36 30 Dec. 38 campaign of 1807 in 1 -; p'.
George Deare, adjutant . . P 15 Dec. 37 v 1 Feb. 39 Made prisoner of war in an en
gagement with the enemy in
Arthur Geo. Shawe .... 1 April 36 23 Aug. 39 Calabria
June, 1800, and
P 26 June 38 15 May 40 detained Kith
such until Ulh
P 18 Aug. 38 31 May 40 May, 1814.as Present
at New
P 7 Sept. 38 13 June 40 Orleans, 8 Jan. 1815.
5
Capt.
Prend
served
as aideJohn Patrick Stuart
30 Dec. 38
3 Oct. 40
to Sir Much Gouzh at
Cha. Geo. Brabazon .... P 1 Feb. 30 13April41 de-camp
liaharujporr. In which action
Oliver Tho. Graham .... 10 Jan. 40 10 May 41 lie WM severely wounded, and
P 14 Feb. 40 P 24 Sept. 41 dad his right arm amputated in
Li.
Fra. E. Newport Tinley P 28 Aug. 40 P 25 Sept 41 the9 <i.Lieut.
Iic-ly served with
7 Aug. 40 25 Oct. 42 the 48th at the attack an 1 capWm. Jennings Firebracc 20 Oct. 40 P 19 May 43 ture of Coorg in the East laIn April is:u.
Augustus Samuel Bolton 20 Dec. 40 10 Sept. 43 diet.
0 Dr. Dempster served In the
Thomas Wm. Prevost . . 18 June 41 P 5 April 44 Burmese
war.
Arthur Edgecumbe Tuke P 24 Sept. 41 10 Aug. 44
SECOND LIEUTS.
Henry Frederick ETans. . P 26 Oct. 41

P 1C NOT. 41
P 27 May 42
27 May 42
P19 May 43
22 Dec. 43
P 5 April 44
22 NOT. 44
Paymaster.George Pott Erskine, 3 No i. 43 ; Ens. P 1 1 July, 34 ; Lt. P 1 Mar. 39 .
Adjutant.Lieut. G. Dea re, 25 Oct. 40
Quarter-Master.Jumes ] Vlahood, 25 F< b. 41.
[Assist. 4 Oct. 13.
Surgeon.John Dempstei ,' M.D. 4 Mai. 36; Ass'at.- Si/ry. ISept. 14 j Hotp.0 A ssistant-Surgeoni.-Johi i Summers, \ .D. 29 May, 4 0.
Fret ierick Williani Tupper, 8 Ju 110,41.
0
Artl mr Charles W ebster, G Apr. 33.
0
Facings Blue .Agent, Jol n Lawrie, Esq
1 Si rPred crick Adam served in Holland, and was p:esen t in the actions i if the 27th August, lOlh Septrniln' . and 2nd October, 1/00 ; took part i l the actions of the 6th, 13th, an 1 Slst March, 1801, In Estrpt.
SlrFrc derlcl was severely wounded near A! leant, 18th Apri 1, 1819 ; at the pass of Ordall he received two
wound s, one which broke his left arm, and jollier which sh iltered his left hi in 1 ; and he WM also severely
woum edat Waterloo.
2 L .-Col. Pattouu served at the storm and capture o ' Port Banpalun g; capture of the town of
urn li Rio Pongas In 1817 ; and Bans Town, River O ambia, in 1818.
4 Cs pi. K ng served the campaigns of 18 8 and 10 In Cor can, in India.
Served In the Burmese wmr In
1824 at )d 5, a nil received a severe contusion wl en leading the a Hack, on the Wh te Pagoda, an out-work, o.' in-*
slock* if uf I >onabew.
171
4
3
3
2
2
1
1
11
8
4
31
5
4
12

George Caldwell Dickins


William Charles Dilkcs. .
Henry ParrT.Woodington
Robert Edward Peddie . .
Wm. Henry Ballingall . .

ttffittiZuSF] 22nd (Z% (

Benin? nt
Cheshire) Regiment of Foot.
[pjon
a, Bombay.
" MBBANEE/' " HYDERABAD."
Colonel.
YemiV S?rr.
fj Sir Charles James Nap! er,1 GCB. Em. 31 Jan. D4; Lieut. 8 Ma y,94; Capt.
61
22 Dec. 03 ; Major, 29 May, 06; Lieut.-Col. 27 June, 11; Col. 27 May, 26 ;
Full H*l(
PUT. PJ- MajOT-Oen. 10 Jan. 37 Col. 22 Rcgt. 21 Nov. 43.
saght Pennefather,' CB. Cornet, P 14 Jan. 18; Lt. P20
Feb. 23; Capt. P5 Nov. 25; Major, v 22 March 31 ; Lieut.-Col. P 18 Oct. 39.
87
/ Samuel Brandram Boileau Ens. P4 Oct. 21 ; Lieut. PI Aug. 26; CB pt. P26 Nov.
33
28; Major, I'D Dec. 36, Lieut.-Col. P 18 Dec. 40.
Majort.John H. Poole, ' CB. Em. 24 Mar. 14; Lieut. 30 Sep . 19; Capt.
31
1 Nov. 30; Major, P 18 Oct. 39 ; Brevet Lieut.-Col. 4 July, 43.
0 David Rae Smith, Era. I 3 Nov. 25; Lieut. 13 Feb. 28; Capt. r 2C April 31 ;
SO
Major, 23 Feb. 44.
"SCIHD* ,"

~*\

8.

20
17
29
15
13
16
14
13
83
8

* .H

9
6
7
8
11

CAPTAINS.
0 Fred. Darley George,5 CB.
0 T.SydenhatnConway,aCB.
George Mainwaring* . .
0 St John Mundell
0
Thomas Alexander Souter4
0
Thomas White
0

6
2

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3
2
2
2
3
1
1
1
11
11
4
18
6
4
3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

8
6
5
6
4
4
7
6
4
3
7

I.n;i i i:-x \\ is.


Hen. J Coote J
Arthur Webber Smith . .
Fra. Pym Harding* ....
Henry A . Grant Evans,2 r.
J. Edwin Thackwell,3 adj.
Edgar Steadman Smith
Fred. Geo. Tho. Dcshon *
William Somerville* ....
Colin Dakers3
Richard Everard Blake1
Herbert George Bowden *
Wra. J. D'Oyley C. Aplin
Isaac S. B.Phippa Boileau
Robert Blackall8
Thomas Hanson Ratcliff
Robert Col v ill Jones
William Henry Budd . .

ENSIGN.

LIEUT.

CAPTAIH.

P 24 Mar. 25
14 Feb. 28
3 May 15
P 11 June 30
P24 Feb. 32
30 June 24
20 Sept. 31
18 May 32
7 Dec. 15
P27 Oct. 37

i> 30 April 27
P26 April 31
17 Sept. 17
27 Mar. 33
P 9 Dec. 36
8 May 35
28 Mar. 34
P 19 May 34
25 Aug. 24
P 20 Oct. 40

P30 Aug. 33
P 9 Dec. 36
5 June 40
16 May 41
18 Feb. 43
14 Oct. 42
P17 Nov.43
30 Mar. 44
5 Oct. 38
Pll Oct. 44

23 Sept. 36
25 Jan. 39
P16 Mar. 38
P 1 Dec. 37
P 6 June 34
P 10 Nov. 37
29 Dec. 37
P 9 Aug. 39
17 Sept. 39
P 20 Oct. 40
29 Mar. 39
P 24 Jan. 41
30 Apr. 41
P 7 July 38
15 Mar. 39
P31 Dec. 41
29 Apr. 42
P 19 Jan. 38
3 Apr. 40
P 9 Aug. 39
P 10 Feb. 43

P 17 Sept. 39
29 May 40
P18 Dec. 40
v 9 Nov. 39
23 Oct. 39
5 Jan. 41
do.
P 24 Jan. 41
30 Apr. 41
29 Apr. 42
4 May 42
27 May 42
P30 May 43
20 May 40
28 Nov. 40
P 15 Dec. 43
P 29 Dec. 43
6 Mar. 40
P16 Aug. 42
8' Feb. 41
Pll Oct. 44

DV.-MAJ.

4 July 43
4 July 43

2 Tbf following Officers were pre


sent witb the force under the brave
Sir Charles Napier at the battle
of Meeance, on the 1 7lh Feb.
1943 i vii. Lieu u- Coll. Penncfatber
(dangerously wounded) and Poole,
Majors George and Conway (wounded), Captt. Mainwaring and Chute,
Lleuta. Coote, Harding (severely
wounded), Evans, Brennan, Dakers,
Blake, and Bowden (wounded),
Ens. Stark, and Surgeon Camp
bell. All these officers were alsupre*
sent at the battle of Hjderabad.on (ha
2Uh March, eicept Lt.-Col. Peouefather, Lt. Harding, and Surgeon
Campbell, the two former were
prevented by wounds, and the latter
had left on sick leave ; and In addi
tion, there were present L' " b.
Thackwell, Desbon, SomerviLl4.ar.it
Carrow, and Doctor Andrrson i in
this action Capta n Chute, Lleuts.
Coute, Evans, and Brennan, were
severely wounded, and Ens. Stack
was sllgbtly wounded. Major Conway commanded the Light Company
and Lieut, Harding served with it *t
the previous defence of the Resi
dency at Hyderabad, under Major
Outram,
6 Captain Ran say served in China with the 49th,
and was present at Amoy, Chusan, Chlnhae, Ntngpoo*
Segoan. Woosunx Chin Kiang Foo, and Nankin,
7 Lieut. Uiller served with the 26th on the China
expedition, and t* as present at the defence of Ningpo,
at Tacke, attack and capture of Chapoo, Shanghai,
Vr'oosung, and Ch n Kiang Foo.
8 Lt Blackall served with the 49th in China, and
was present at the first taking of Chusan.

ENSIGNS.
William Richard Ooddard
1 Nov. 42
Thomas Stack *
18 Feb. 43
John Theophilus Ussher P 30 May 43
P15 Dec. 43
George J. Weld
P 29 Dec. 43
Arthur Grueber Walch . . 16 Feb. 44
Geo. P. Edw. Morrison . . 28 June 44
WilliamThomasDeWilton Pll Oct. 44
Paymaster.James Edwa rd Langford, ' April, 43; Q uarter.-Master,21 Nov.34.
Adjutant.Lieut. Jocph Edwin Thack well, 23 Feb. 44.
Quarter-Master.Williai n Young, 16 : }ec. 41 ; Em 19 Nov. 41.
Surgeon.Alex. Campbel I,' 30 Sept. 42 ;A.S.29Ju} y30; H..A.M Feb. 27.
Auut.-Surg.John Andc rson,1 M.D. 8 May, 40.
Facings Buff. Agcntt,
Thomas M Grath, M.D. 3 June, 41.
[Messrs. Cox & Co.
James I'm :hard Moline, 7 Oct. 42.

1 Sir Charles Napier served in the IrUh rebellion, In 1798 , and In the insurrection, In 1803. Commanded th* Wtth
throughout the campaign terminating with the battle of Corunna, when he waa made prisoner after receiving five wounds,
1 1. lef broken by a musket-shot, sabre-cut on the head, in the back by a bayonet, riba broken by a cannon shot, and several
ever* connuions from the butt end of a musket. Returned to the Peninsula the latter part or 1MB, where be remained
until 1811, and was present at tile action of the Coa (had two bones shot under him), battle of Busacu (shot through the
face, also Jaw broken aad eye Injured), battle of Fuentes d'Onor, second siege of Badajoi, and a grrat number of sklrmlahefl.
la 1913 be served tn a floating expedition on the coast of the I'nlted States of North America ; landed a crrat number of
time* at Craney Island, and other places. Served also the campaign of 181), and was pmefil at the storming of Cambray.
Commanded the force employed in Sclnd* ; and on tb* 17th Feb. 1843, with only 1,800 British troops, he attack, d and
defeated, after a desperate actlnn of three hours' duration, 22.000 uf the enemy, strongly posted at Mceanre. OB the fist
Feb. Hydrabad surrendered to bin i and on the X4th March, with &.000 men, he attacked and signally defeated 90,000 of the
enemy, polled In a very strong and difficult position at Dubba near llydrabad; thus completing the entire subjugation
of Selode. Sir Charles ha* received a medal for Coruona.
t I.lrut. Jonrs wrvf.l wltli the Mlh throufbout the war In China, and was present at Cboaan, Ainoy.
lhaa*ha*. Wooctin*. uwl Thin Ktuir Paa.

Einii. for Foreign i 23rd ( Roval Welsh Fusiliers) Peat, of Foot. T wet Indies.
8erv.2Majr,18S8.J
\
*
.
.
.
L Re.. Bn. In Canada.
la the centre of the Colour the Prlna of Waln'l Fcatlun, with the motto, " Ich Dim."In the second
,1.1 third miners the Kiting Sun and the Bed Dragon, and in the fourth corner, the While Horie,
w^h the Motto 'Uteatftra lirrtnt."-" MINDKN"-tbe Spkiw, with th word* " EGYPT"" CO-

nrv\if "-"MARTINIQUE"- -AI.BUHERA"-" BADAJOZ"-- SALAMANCA--- VITTORIA-


PYRENEES"" NIVELLE"" ORTHE8"-" TOULOUSE"" PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."

Ynn- Sc-rv

Colonel.
n Sir James Willoughby Gordon,1 Bt. OCB. QCH. Era. 17 Oct. 1783; Lieut.
6 Mar. 89; Capt. 2 Sept. 95; Major. 9 Nov. 97; Lieut.-Col. 21 May, 1801 ;
Full Half
Col. 25 July, 10; Major-Gen. 4 June, 13; Lirut.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Gen.
Fay. Pay.
23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 23rd Fusilier*, 23 April, 23.
Arthur Wellealey Torrens, Bra. & Lieut. 14 April, 25 ; Lieut.
20 0 Lieut.-Colonel.
& Capt. 12 June, 30; Capt. & Lieut.-Col. P 11 Sept. 40.
Majors.V
ffiSft
Kobt.
Pattison Holmes,2 2nd Lieut. 14 Feb. 11; Lieut. P12
34 0
Dec. 11; Capt. P 4 Sept. 23; Afiyw, 17 Dec. 30.
19 0 Charles Crutchley, 2nd iisuf. P8 Apr. 26; Zieut. 29 July, 30; Capt. HI Dec.
35; Ufajor, P 22 Oct. 44.
62

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BREV .MAJ.

2XD LIEUT.
LIEUT.
CAPTAIKB.
^ S J 1 John Enoch4, *. . . 30 Mar. 09 15 Aug. 11 22 July 30
Frederick Granville . . . P17 Sept. 29 P 1 NOV. 33 P28Apr. 37
Robt. Edgar Campbell . . P21 Aug. 28 P19Dec. 34 P30 Dec. 36
VVm. Lemos Willoughby P 10 July 30 P 10 Apr. 35 P 8 Dec. 37
Harry Geo. Chester .... 26 Oct. 30 7 Aug. 35 Pll Sept. 40
17 Dec. 30 Pll Dec. 35 P 10 Nov. 41
7 Apr. 25 P 12 Dec. 26 15 Apr. 42
Hobart Grant Anderdon P15 Nov. 33 P24 Mar. 37 P31 Mar. 43
George Watkins Rice .... P 2 May 34 P17 June 36 P 17 Nov. 43
P26 Dec. 34 P 23 Aug. 37 P29 Dec. 43
P 17 Apr. 35 P28 Apr. 37 i> 20 Aug. 44
Wellington C, CecU Baker P.ll Dec. 35 P 9 Jan. 3S P22 Oct. 44
FIRST LIEUTBNANTS.
P31 July 35 P 4 Aug. 37
Fra. A. G. D. Roebuck . . P 13 May 36 P 10 Apr. 40
A. W. Williams Wynn . . P 24 Mar. 37 Pll Sept 40 ft Ctpnta Lytoot terred In
20 Oct. 37 3 Dec. 41 Cuuda daring the late Uuurrrction.
wu honourably mrntioord In
Arthur James Jones .... P 5 Apr. 89 15 Apr. 42 and
Col. Oere'i devpatebn at St. Denis.
Francis Edward Evans . . P 6 Apr. 39 15 Apr. 42 8 Faynuutvr Dunn served in the
Peoiiuulaln 1814. Pretrat at Wa
Thomas Parker Rickford Pll Sept. 40 P 22 Apr. 42 terloo
18th June. Storming of C'mWm. Pitcairu Campbell
6 Aug. 41 P 4 Aug. 43 bray (commanded
ladder party ltd
John Wynne, adjutant.. P 10 Sept. 41 19 Oct. 43 t'u>iUrr), and capture of Paris.
Jules Isham Routh, ,,. . . P 16 Nov. 41 P 20 Oct. 43
Edward W. D. liell .... 15 Apr. 42 P17 Nov. 43
John Charles Conolly . . P30 Oct. 40 P 22 July 42
Francis E. Campbell
16 Apr. 42 P 29 Mar. 44
Peregrine L. Phillips . . P2iApr. 42 P 20 Aug. 44
Fred. Thomas Brock. . .. 20 May 42 P 22 Oct. 44
SECOND LIKUTS.
Robert Taylor Raynes . . 17 Apr. 42
3 June 42
Grismond Philippa ....
P 31 Mar. 43
Charles Edward Hopton P 4 Aug. 43
P 20 Oct. 43
P 17 Nov. 43
P22 Mar. 44
Fred. Biscoe Trittou
Hon. \Vm. Matt. Pluukett P29 Mar. 44
P20 Aug. 44
Cornelius Graham Sutton P22Oct. 44
Paymaster.$ 5131 Geo. )3unn," 15 Mar . 31 ; 2nd Lt. 1 5 Apr. 13 ;ZM 8 July, 15.
Adjutant. lit Lieut. 3o\ n Wynne, 11 Nov. 49.
Quarter-Mailer.Charle I Grant, 5 Ju y,44.
Surgeon.Edw. Bradford, 24 Sept. 41 ; , luist.-S. 20 W ar. 28 ; Hot.-A . 5 Dec. 26.
Asi'ut.-Surgeont.James Edmund Curi cy, M.D. 16 I ?cb.41.
\Villiar n Godfrey Wi itt, 1 March, 4.
Facinijs Ulu e.Agents, > essrs. Cox & (:o.

i Toulon, al a Volt nt.,'i Jnir'A".. Prnmt at tfav taktaff


1 Sir Wlllou fhby Gordon went up In Lord Hood'i Fleet In the liege
it took poisessi in of and occupied Madeira. In the
of the 1 rtneh 'orec at Bantry Hay, in 1794. Cornslanded the 65th, w len
i serving In the Pi ninsula under the Duke of Wtllinr,prlna; or 181! he was appointed Quarter-MaHer-G enernt to th Fora the lubcequent rtr . to PortutaL
1th
the
Army
at
the
capture
of
Uaur
id,
at
Burgos,
anil
was
w
ton, an
812 to
x Malor Holmes lerved i -.
the
end
- of the war. Including
tho siecei of Ciudad Rodripo and
llvl ilc.7 In 1818 i battln ol Nivclle, Nlre, Orthpi. and Toulouae. Pretent al Waterloo, itonnlni of Cambray, anil eaptnra of
Par... Severely wounded at th. ., .min of Badajoi by a muakul kail la the rifht hand. ConluKd in the head, by a mvu4 Capt. Enoch >erved with the expedition to Walcheran and at the Hiege of Flushing, In 1800 i In the Penlnanla rrom 1810
to 1813, including the fllegei or DadajoJ and Olivenaa. In 181 1 ; battle of Albubera. aetioBa of Fuenle OrinaMa. tMh, ICth. and
17th Sep: 1911; ileiei or Cludad Rodriio and Badajoi, battle of Salamanca (.rveielj wuunded). Srrrtd al the c
of lilt, IncliKllii tlie battle ofWatrrloo, Monnlnf ft Cimbray, and capture of tail.

24tfi (The 2nd Warwickshire) Regiment of Foot.

175

** %*"'. with th worda, EOTPT""Ci or GOOD HOPB""TAiiTsmA"" PnweTM D'OxOft"


SAIAHAIOA"" VlTTOMA"" PXBUBBS"" NlVLL" " OKTHM"" PEHII8OLA."

Ter Scrr.1
Colonel.
I Robert Elllce,1 Ens. 8 Nov. 98 ; Lt. 5 Jan. 99 ; Capt. 4 May, 01 : Major, 12
47

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May, 08 ; Lt.-Col. 16 Mar. 09 ; Col. 12 Aug. 19 ; Miyor-Oen. 82 July, 80 ;


Lt.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 24th Regt. 2 Nov. 42.
Lieut.-Colonel.
Henry Divo Townshend,' .Em. P 16 July,12; i.P14 Sept. 15; Capt.vl Nov.21M<y. 10 Oct. 35; JSreo. Lt.-Cel. 29 Mar. 39; Lt.-Col. 17 Aug. 41.
Mnjon.9 ftB John Stoyte, .En*. 21 Mar. 11; Lieut. 4 July, 13; Capf.
i>7 Jan. 25; Brev.-Mnjor, 28 June, 38; jlfq/or, 8 Jau. 41.
Charles Hastings Doyle, 2?m. 23 Dec. 19; Lieut. 27 Sept. 22; Cap*. P 16 June
25 ; Brtvef-M/yor, 28 June 38 ; Mqjor, 17 Aug. 41.
EXSION.
LIEUT.
CAPTAIJJ.
BKKV.-MAJ
CAPTAINS.
9 Robert Marsh*
31 Oct. 11 P13 Feb. 17 P 14 Apr. 29
28 Aug. 07 21 July 09 11 May 30
Hen. Wm. Harris* .... P 23 May 22 27 Sept. 24 P30 Dec. 31
Fred. Thomas Maitlancl . .
9 Apr. 25 P 18 Feb. 26 P 12 Apr. 33
Daniel Hiley lo
13 Jan. 25 15 Dec. 25 25 Oct. 35
P 30 June 25 P 1 Aug. 20 P 3 Nov. 37
8 Apr. 25 P31 July 20
8 Jan. 41
Aug. Geo. Blachford .... P 12 Nov. 25 P 12 Dec. 26 17 Aug. 41
Howell Paynter
20 Apr. 28
6 Jan. 33 P 0 May 42
Wm. Gustavus Brown . .
7 July 25 11 May 30 10 May 44
LIEUTENANTS.
P30 Dec. 26 " 1 June 32
P 22 Oct. 25 P 16 July 29
John Monck Mason " .. 27 Sept. 15 25 Oct. 35
Robt. Wm. Travers
23 Jan. 36 P27 Mar. 40
8 Jan. 41
Chas. Robison Harris . . P 17 Feb. 37
Edmund Wodehouse .... P 24 Mar. 37 P 15 Jan. 41
!.!.'.. Jaa. Ing. Fleming P 20 Jan. 38 17 Aug. 41
Louis Howe Bazalgettc . . 26 June 38 P24 Sept. 41
P 28 Feb. 40 P 22 April 42 e cant H. w, Harris atrved In
John Saunders Shore. . . . P27 Mar. 40 P 0 May 42 the Burmese war. and aa present
the eng-afemea Is at Padilno, and
John Henry Lutinan ....
8 Jan. 41 P 16 June 43 inManatee
i Mverer r wounded In the
Qeo. 1 CIlis Lloyd Williams P 23 Apr. 41 22 Aug. 44 body
and neclt b nauaaes shots at
Francis Charles Skurray P 7 Oct. 37
8 April 42 the Attack of the J tills of Arracaiu
EXSIOKB.
Rich. Sam.White Hackett 17 Aug. 41 10 i nil. Rile; i ras In the engagem nt with a Freneh
lo the a oaamblque ehann* 3rd July, 1810 1
John Selwy n Payne .... P 24 Sept. 41 squadron
erred the Nepau campaifn of IsH aod 15.
PercyWm. Corn. Lipycatt P 22 April 42 11 Lieut. Maio i served In Canad , Flanders, and
P 16 June 43 France, in 1814 ul 15 ; also in Canada In 1838, and
Robert Ruttledge
ft com pan? of volunteers at the taalng
John Bulkeley Thelwall P 4 Aug. 43 commanded
Orand Brule.
William Hartshorn, adj.
29 Dec. 43 14 Mr. Lorlmei lerred In the Pen nsula from June
Hon. Richard Handcock P 12 April 44 1910 to (be end of ln war.
CammiUoMontrbrlloDrew 10 Mav 44
Paymtuter.Geo. Abercromby Ferrier, 29 Mar. 42; Ens, P 12 April, 33; Lieut.
Adjutant.Ensi<jn William Hartohorn, 26 Oct. 44.
[P 1 June, 38.
Quarter'Master.James Price, 10 Aug. 42.
5urym. .pWm.Lorimer,14 3Nov,37; ^wjrf.-ASr^.22June,15; Hosp.-Asrist.
10 June, 11.
Assist.-Surgeon.John Donald, 23 Aug. 30.
Facings Green.Agnt$y Messrs. Cox & Co.Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough,
St., Armit. & Co.
[Returned from Canada, 25 July, 1841.]

.' Ocatrrml Kllle* wrred on the expedition to South America, and wai prrtrnt at the captor* of Bucnoi Ajret.
Lla.it. T>rlrTiTl Towostimd trrfd In the Auwrnrin war, and wu present at the taking of Port Nlaftira, Hlaekroek, and
*d btuU* of Luody'a Lane ; Hverfly wounded through the left thoutder at the auault on Fort Krle, Mtli Aug. 1314.
to the Brevet Rank of LlruL-Colonel for Berricet during the Cnnidian Krbvllion In IM7 nil U.
S Mkior Stojrl* *.u present at Uie storming of Badajos 0th April, 181t | ourationi in front of and battle of Salamanca. Se
verer* wnmtvt t Salamanra, lol one Oofft, and wounded through the left band aod In thu breut while carrying the colour...
U>* fta*d.wd of whkb WM tho( away } wounded through the right hand and taken prlonT at Bergcn-oji- Zoum { present on
te IMfe a*d IftCh Juste at Waterloo.
t C*pt- Mr*h scrrrd In the Pentasula from Aug. 1811 to the end of th war, Including the battles of Ylltoria, Eehater.
Vrntte (vooo..l>rd). *nd Orthca. Served thr Nepaul eampaigntof 1B15 and 16, and the Mahrana war of 1817 aod 18.
f fayi Jbo Harm wu In the engagesoent with the Ketlona and Minrrvo. Freneh frigates, and a eorveitc. In the MoiamV.I M rteMUfL, Snl July, 1810 f served the Nepaul campaigns of 1814 and 14, including the taking of Harriapore ; In the Mahrtuia war (a 1*17 ( In Lower Canada in 1837. at the taking of Giande Brulce. la Upper Canada in 18M. CommandMl tfci
M* reft. eWort Mary Island with ibe local rank of Major.

fcr^Dec*^.] 25th ( The King"s own Borderers) Regt. of Foot. [%$


The King's Crest In two corners o ' the Colour, " In Veritate Beliaionis confido." ftJ
Arms of Edinburgh, " Nisi Demimtifnatra ; " with the White Horse in the third corner
of the Colour. " ffec tapera tei-rent." " MINDEN"" EGMONT-OP-ZEE." Tins
-Flank Companies, " MARTINIQUE."
Years' Sen
Colonel.
59
9 Sir Henry Fred. Canipbell,1 KCB. & GCH. Era. 20 Sept. 86; Lieut, b
Capt. 25 April, 98; Catot.k Lieut.-Col. 6 April, 96; Col. 25 Sept. 03 ; MajorFul Hal
Gen. 25 July, 10; Lieu t.-Gen. 4 June, 14; Gen. 10 Jan. 37 j Col. 25th Regt.
Pay Pay
Lifut.-Colonels,
20 Oct 31
31
1 Courtenay Chambers,1 Si is. 10 June, 13; Lieut. & Capt. 6 Julv 15; Major, P 29
Oct. 25 ; Lieut.-Col. P Jl Aug. 30.
James Robert Young, Ens . 27 July, 15 ; Lieut. 14 Dec. 18 ; Capt. 1 13 May, 26 :
26
Major, P 31 Dec. 33 ; JLieut.-Col. 8 April, 42.
Majors. Wm. James D'l Jrban, Cornet, 7 Oct. 19; Lieut. P25 Sept. 23; Capt.
22
P8 April, 26 ; Major, P 16 Oct. 35.
Joseph Hollis, Ens. ) July 03 ; Lieut. 1 Dec. 04 ; Capt. 30 Mar. 09 ; Brev.41
A John
Major, 22 July 30 ; M ajor, 8 April, 42.
CAPTAINS.
20 0
20 0
18 0
20 0
12 0
18 0
22 0
10 0
10 0
28 8A
18 0
9 0
8 0
7
0
7
0
6 o
6 0
8 0
9 0
8 0
8 0
7
0
7
0
7 0
6 0
6 0
10 0
4 0
4 0
3 0
6 0
3 0
3 0
3 0
2 0
2 0
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9 0
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24 6A
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7
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A. Armstrong Barnes . .
Samuel Wells
Samuel B. Hamilton ....
William M'Donald ....
Wm. C. E. Napier, s
EdwardRamsdenPriestley
ffl John Impett5
LIEUTENANTS.

9 Apr. 25
21 July 25
P 1 Feb. 27
9 Apr. 25
20 Sept. 33
P 5 Apr. 27
10 Aug. 23
28 Aug. 35
27 Nov. 35
14 April 14

LIEUT.
P 22 Dec. 25
28 May 29
P 4 June 28
P 8 Oct. 29
P 14 July 37
'31 Aug. 30
12 Sept. 25
P 17 NOT. 37
P 13 Jan. 38
P 5 Oct. 20

P 6 Dec. 27
P 1 July 36
P 29 Apr. 37
P 13 Jan. 38
P 31 Mar. 38
P 18 Jan. 39
Pll Jan. 39
P 1 Dec. 37
28 Oct. 36
9 Julv 37
8 July 37
2 Mar. 38
P 30 Mar. 38
P 6 July 38
P23 Aug. 39
P31 Dec. 39
P 29 Dec. 35
22 May 41
15 Oct. 41
10 April 42
29 Nov. 39
8 April 42
9 April 42

P 30 Oct. 34
P 30 Mar. 38
Pll May 38
P 15 Nov. 39
P 15 Dec. 40
P 21 May 41
P 3 Aug. 41
17 Sept. 41
P 4 July 39
4 Oct. 39
8 April 4 2
do.
do.
do.
do.
do.
P 14 June 39
P 23 June 43
P 21 July 43
P 13 Oct, 43
18 July 41
P 3 May 44
P 10 May 44

ENSIGN.

CAPTAIN.

BKEV.-MAJ.

P 14 Aug. 28 23 NOT. 41
P 1 July 36
P 16 June 37
P 15 Sept. 37
P 12 Jan. 39
8 April 42
30 Oct. 40
P 29 April 42
P 20 Oct. 43
30 Jan. 35

1 Sir Henry Frederick Camp


bell served in Holland from
Feb. to May, 1793 ; in Flander*
from June to Dec. 1704. and
was present ia the action at
Stewart Northey
Boxtel. Embarked for Portu
Robert Mascle Taylor . .
gal in Dec. 1808, in command of
the 3d Brigade of Guards, anfi
Cha. George Smith ....
was present at the passage of
Henry T. Walker, aaj...
the Douro and capture of
Robert Murphy Nicolls
Oporto, action at Salamofide1,
Julius Brockman TraTers
and battle of Talavera, when
he was severely wounded, and
Fred. J. B. Priestley....
returned to England in conse
Robert Cairnes Bruce . .
quence. Rejoined the array in
Samuel Percy Lea
Portugal, in June, 1811, and
resumed the command of the
Wm. H. Tylden Pattenson
2nd Brigade of Guards, with
Henry Reynolds Werge
which he was present at the
HughSomervilleS.Burney
siege of Ciudad Rodrigo. On
Bertie Mathew Roberts
the advance of the British
Army across the Agueda Into
DelanceyBarclayJohnston
Spain, he commanded tlio lit
Division, and with it was pre
Edward G. Whitty4
sent at the battle of Sala
manca, capture of Madrid, and
iege
of Burgos. McJol atd
Charles D. Pogson ....
one clasp tor Talaveia and
ENSIGNS.
Salamanca.
Robert Smith
P20 Dec. 42 3 Capt Impe t served the campaign of 1815,
Sir Robert Barclay,Bart. P 23 June 43 with the 7Iit, a nd was present at the battle of

Stanhope M. Gildea ....


Rob. Henry Lindsell ...

Charles Fred. Browne . . 19 May 43 Waterloo.


Whitty served with the SGth In China,
Charles Dowson
3 June 42 4 Lt.
was preecn at the defence of Ningpo, ^
Henry Exley Jones .... P27 Oct, 43 md
ficke, Chapoo, Shanghai, Wootung, and Chi
P 3 May 44 Klang Foo.
Thomas EdwinBIoomfield 24 May 44
William Thomas Potts . . 29 Mar. 44
Paymaster.Wm. Brume 1, 30Scpt. 4-2 , Ens. 11 Jur e, 30; Lieut. 10 Oct. 34.
Adjutant.Lieut. Henry Torrens Wall er, 23 Feb. 4'I.
Quarter-Master.John P otts, 10 Jan. 22.
Surgeon.Jas. Findlaysot Nivison,* 20 Sept. 39; A ttist.-Surg. 30 June,
;
Hotp.-Assist. 24 June, 1 5.
Assistant-Surgeons. l)u n can Donald J] 'Cay M'Dona Id, 4 Oct. 39.
Edn ard John Bur ton, M.D. 11 Way, 38.
Benj .1 iniu Swift, A F.D. 8 April, 12.
Paeingt Blue.-Agents, Met srs. Cox Ic. Cc .
2 Lie nt.-C jlonel Chambers served the cam paign of 1814 in
B Mr Nlvii on lerved In Upper and Luwr Canada during t hHolland.
Rebellion in 1637 and 38.

uean Qn ^J
26th (The Cameronian) Regiment of Foot.
U JUwcaslleThe Sphinx, with the words " EGYPT""CORUNNA."
* 9err.

177

On the Colours and Appointments " China," with the device of " Tht Dragon."
Colonel.
P SB John, Lord Seaton,1 GCB. QCMO. GCH., /:,-. 10 July, 1794 ; Lt. 4 Sept
51
lalf 96 ; Capt. 12 Jan. 00 ; Major, 21 Jan. 08 ; Lt.-Col. 2 Feb. 09 ; Col. 4 June, 14 ;
Major-Gen. 27 May, 25 ; Lieut.-Oen. 28 June, 38; Col. 28 F. 28 March, 38.
VrLieut.-Colonel.
Armine Simcoe Henry Mountain,* CB. Em. 20 July, 15 ; Lieut. 9 Dec. 18 ;
84
Capt. P26 May, 25 ; Major, f 30 Dec. 26; Lieut.-Col. 23 June, 40.
26 1ft Majort.George Hogarth,' CB.,.Enj. P22 May 17 ; /.;,///. P 13 Sept. 21 ; Capt.
f 12 Nov. 25 ; Bree.-Major, 28 June 38 ; Major, 28 Aug. 41.
Henry Francis Strange,4 Eat. 23 May 15; Lieut. 7 April 25; Capt. P20 June
20
1
2G ; Bree.-Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, 20 Oct. 42.

CAPTAINS.
24
21
28
13
19
16
10
19
12
12
11
8
11
11
10
6
7
5

0
0
0
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0
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If*

Ferd. Whittingham, CB.4


Edward Regan Gregg10
Bernard Grauville Layard
Fred. Nepean Skinner . .

0 John \\ in . Johnstone * . .
LIEUTENANTS.
0 Charles Cameron10, adj.
0
Alex. G. Moorhead,"r.. .
0 Walter Brisbane Park13
0 Wm. Thomas Betts" . .
o Albany French Wallace8
Patrick Duff
0 Charles Horton Rhys . .
Arthur
August. Longmore
0
0 William Mark Campbell
0 HenryEdw. Sam.Hudyerd

ENSIGN.

P 17 May 21
17 Oct. 24
4 Dec. 17
2 Nov. 3-2
6 April 20
P 13 Aug. 29
P 22 May 35
26 Mar. 12
P 27 Sept. 33
f31 May 33

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

P 4 Dec. 23
P 28 Jan. 26
26 April 28
P 19 Feb. 36
28 Sept. 27
12 Jan. 33
P 2- Sept. 37
25 Aug. 14
P 24 Nov. 35
26 Feb. 37

P 6 April 31
P30 Aug. 31
31 Oct. 40
P 30 Apr. 41
20 Oct. 4-2
17 June 41
P 7 July 43
7 Jan. 4-2
10 Dec. 44
P20 Dec. 44

I1HEV.-MAJ.

23 Dec. 42
23 Dec. 42

16 May 34
1 July 37
10 Capt. Gregg and Lt. Ca
P 31 Mar. 37 P 18 May 38
were ut Chusan, Canton,
26 May 22 P 3 Dec. 25 meron
Amoy, Ningpo, Chapoo, Shang
26 Dec. 34 16 June 39 hae, Woosung, and Chin Kiang
24 Nov. 35 15 Nov. 39 Foo.
Rogen and Bells
P 5 April 39 P29 Dec. 40 11 atLti.

Chusan, Canton, Ning


P 7 Sept. 38 P23 Apr. 41 were
po, Chapoo, Shanghae, WooP 26 June 40
3 Dec. 41 sung, and Chin Kiang Foo.
12 Lt. Moorhead, the same
P 8 May 40 P31 Dec. 41
as note 2, except Segnan, but
P 10 Nov. 37
8
2 Oct. 39 adding tile Bogue For!*, and
P15 Dec. 40 P29 April 42 Shanghai and Woosung. Ho
S
P27 Dec. 42 25 June 44 served throughout the war in
3
6
as Siib-Assistant Com
4
5 Nov. 41 P20 Dec. 44 China
0 Clia. Jas. Stewart Wallace
missary General.
ENSIGNS.
4
0 Robert Mordaunt Dickens 18 June 41
3
0 Francis Joseph Cresswell P 27 Sept. 42
13 Lt. Park was at Amor, Ningpo, Tscke,
25 Oct. 42 Chspoo,
3
0 Jacob George Mountain
Hhang hai and Woosung, and Cliin
1
0 Thomas William Andrews P 2 Feb. 44 Kiang Foo.
1
0 Richard Wollaston Clerke P12 April 44
Charles Edward Preston 26 July 44
1
1
0 Hon. Alex. E. 0. Sinclair P 20 Dec. 44
1
0 Christo. Edw. Blackett . . 21 Dec. 44
7
o Paymatter.Robert Coll nsCraigie,3N ov.43;.E7.P 2Feb.38;if.P16Nov.41.
11
0 Adjutant.Lieut. Charli s Cameron,10 12 Dec. 43.
4
0 Quarter-Matter.CharU s Dalnes, 24 $!ept. 41.
17
0 Surgeon.John Stewart, 20 Oct. 43; A .-ury.29Jul y,30 ; H.-A. 13 March 28.
7
0 Airitt.-Suryeon.Williai n Home, M.D . 12 Jan. 38.
Facingt ' fellow.Ageiit*, Messrs. C ox & Co.
[Returned fr mi Bengal, 4 th July, 1843
I I BTd ft ton it as received a cross and three clasps for Conmna, Albuh ra, Ciudad Rodrigo, (where he
was >< verel f wounded), NlTelle, Nire, Orth es, and Toulouse
't UI..I Jot. Mountain served as Depii tv-Adjutant-Gei eral throughou ; the war in China, and was
t at t fie first capture of Ctiusan, sto rmlng of the hei :t.i . and forts al rate Canton, action of the SOlh
takini of Amor, find capture of C lusan, storming of the fortified leights of Clilnhar, taking and

ET

defence of Ningpo, action of Tcke, capture of Chapoo (received three severe wounds), assault and capture
of Chio Kiang Poo, and landing before Nankiu.
3 Major Hogarth and Capt. Edgar were at the defence of Ningpo, and at Cliapoo, Shanghai, Woosung,
and Chlri Kiang Foo.
4 Major* Strange and Whittingham were at the defence of Ninftpo. und also at Tscke, Chapoo, Shanghai,
Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo. Major Whittingham served ni Aide-de-camp to Sir Hugh Gough.
G Major Paterson and C.ipt. Johnstone were at Cliusan, Canton, defence of Niiig}>o, Tbcke, Chapoo,
Shanghai and Woosung. and Cbln Kiang Foo. Lt. Johnitone was wounded at Canton.
7 Capt. Mylius was at Chusan, Canton, Shanghai, Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo.
5 Lieut. Wallace was at Chusan, Canton, Amor, Ningpo, Tscke, Cbapoo, Shanghne, Woosunfr, and Chin
tung Foo.
9 Capt. Ffrtnrb was at tho first taking of Chusan, at the defence of Ningpo. at Chapoo, Shanghai,
ff, and Chin KUnff Foo.

(or Inniskilling) Regt. of Foot, p


A Cwtle with Three Turret! ; St. George*! colour! Bytnf In * bine Pleld. The White Hone. " tttc atfcra
Urrtnt." " 8T. LUCIA." The SfMnr, with the word! " EGYPT""MAIDA" " BADAJOZ"
" SALAMANCA "" VICTORIA " " PYRENEES "" NIVELLE "" ORTUES " " TOULOUSE "
" PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."
Yer' Serv

Colonel.
9 Sir John Maclean,1 Kill. Eta. 30 Apr. 94 ; Lieut. 1 May, 94 ; Capt. 15
June, 97; Major, 3 Aug. 04} Lieut.-Col. 9 June, 08; Col. 4 June, 14;
Full Half
Mqar-Qen.yi May, 26; Lt.-Gen. 28 June, 38; Col. 27th. Regt. 2 Nov. 42.
Pa, I'BV
51

Lieut.-Colonel.
Montague Cholmeley Johnitone, /.'.-.. > 27 Feb. 23 ; Zieut*. P 16 Dec. 84 ;
Capt. P 19 Sept. 20 j Mqfor, 1 27 July, 38 ; Lieut.-Col. P 10 NOT. 41.
Majors.
Samuel E. Goodman, 2nd Lieut. 1 July 25; Lieut. P 8 April 26; Capt. P4 Oct.
33 ; Major, v 28 Feb. 40.
Richard Fawkes, Cornet, P 1 Mar. 37 ; Lieut. P 32 May 89 ; Capt. P 10 Jan. 85 :
Major, P 16 Nov. 41.

22

CAPTAIN.

CAPTAINS.
John Maclean
B Arthur Byrne '

8 April 25
17 July 11
24 June 13
;<... Anthony Durnford
3 Mar. 25
Usher Williamson ..... P 29 Aug. 20
Thomas Perciral Touzel
10 Sept. 29
Henry D. Cholmeley . . . P 13 July 31
harles Vereker .......
9 April 25
Andrew Vincent Watson P21 Dec. 32
William W. T. Cole ...
19 Oct. 38
LIEUTENANTS.
Walter Butler ......... P.15 Dec. 25
John Lewes ........... P 4 Oct. 33
Frederick King, d. pm. . P 13 Dec. 33
Tliomas Hare ......... 27 Mar. 35
Lewis Chamberlain Irwin P 10 April 35
P 4 Aug. 37
Herman Stapylton
Ed\v. Nassau Molesworth P 1 Dec. 37
Benjamin Mldgley, adj.
11 Dec. 37
Francis W. Johnstone . . P 19 Aug. 36
Bartholomew Tunnard 4 P26 Dec. 37
Fames Thring Coxe .... P 18 May 38
Form Samuel Manly .... 15 Feb. 39
P 19 Mar. 40
Sliver Langley

P 80 Mar. 20
25 Aug. 13
5 Aug. 19
P 15 Dec. 25
Pll Nov. 31
P 4 Oct. 33
P 13 Dec. 33
P27 Mar. 27
P 18 May 38
P 1 Nov. 40
P 19 Sept. 26
P 27 July 38
P 17 Aug. 38
6
P 28
P 19
P 2

Nov.
Feb.
Mar.
Apr.

38
40
41
41

10 Apr. 41
P23JuIy 41
P 10 Nov. 41
P 8 Feb. 42
P 20 Oct. 43
2 Mar. 44

BBHVKTMAJOH.

P 10 May 33
5 Dec. 34
27 Mar. 35 30 Sept. 42
0 Nor. 38
P28 Feb. 40
P 10 NOT. 41
P 3 June 42
P 17 Aug. 38
P SO Oct. 43
P 15 Mar. 44

4 Major Smith, previously to .toring the anny, snrvd tor short


period In the nsty, -nd wan thn-e
M woundvd.
SSTX =-il ID if Prainnila from Jun 18)3 to the d
ot tht wr. -nd wu pr, ,4fit t the
..ff..Jr of OrdaU. SeTtwlj wo.iiid.td
t Witt-rloo.
ft Heat Tuonan! wu ttvtrrlj
weuoded hi a night BtUck upon m
rgt body of tb Opr-Dulrh Rmifruit Boon it the Caa|pll.i Ctunp.
Part Natal. S3M Msy, 1-1?.

ENSIGNS.

8
14
35
10

0
0
0
0
0

P 10 Apr. 41
Allen Dalzell
Muityn served In the Peninaula, from Jan.
Fred. Charles Herring . . P 10 Nov. 41 18116 air.
until the end of the war, lot-Iodine the siege of
Hon. F. Beau. Pakenham P 8 Feb. 42 Badajoa, April 1811 1 .'tie. uf Sal
Vluorla.
P 3 June 42 and the Pyrenees ; stormlnf of San Sebastian with th
Brabazon Noble
Volunteer party ; battlra of Orthei and Tuuloua*.
25
Oct.
42
Mathew Reilly, d. ad. . .
Served In the American war, Including the artioii at
C. A. W. Wedderburne. . P 5 Dec. 43 Plattabur*. Prctent on the 18th June at Waterloo.
2 Feb. 44
Thomas Mostyn.
John Rich. Hedges Becher P31 May 44
P<ujmatter.Victor Raymond, 9 March, 20 ; Em. 11 Feb. 08 ; Litut. 16 NOT.
09 ; Capt. 7 April, 25.
Adjutant.Lieut. Benj. Midgley, 11 Dec. 37.
Quarter-Matter.Gco. Thompson, 13 Sept. 31.
[Attitt. 9 NOT. 10.
Surgeon.\) 318S Thos. Mostyn,' 0 Oct. 25; Attitt.-Surg. 19 Dec. 11 j Horp.Assist.-Surgeon*.Colin C. J. Delmege, M.D., 15 May, 35.
William Nelson Irwin, 2 Dec. 43.
Facingg Buff.Agent, Charles R. M'Grigor, Esq.

1 Sir John Maclean accompanied bll regiment (the 92nd) to Holland, in 1799. and was present at the battl f the ?7th
August, the taking of the Helder, and the actions of the 10th and 19th September, and 2nd October, near Alkmaar, where be
was severely wounded in two places. Accompanied the expedition to Egypt In 1801, and was present at he landing at
Aboukir Bay, 8th March ; at the battle of Alexandria (1st March t and at every action which took place In Bfrpt dnrinr
that campaign. Served In the expedition to Hanover, 1*03 anil 06 1 also In the expedition to Sweden, 1808. Embarked for
the Peninsula in 1806 | was present at the battle of BuMeo i the action near Hedlnha t siege of Ollvenca ; siege of Badajoc,
where be was severely wounded t the action near Canlzal, where his battalion and the 40th regiment attacked a column of
the enemy double their number, and put them to flight ; the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, near Pampeluna
(wounded), Nlvelle, Bayonne, Orthes, and Toulouae, where be was severely wounded, it being the fifth wound be received in
the aervice of bis country Sir John has received a eroas and two clasps.
3 Captain Byrne's services iExpeditiou to Copenhagen, in 1807; Capture of Martinique, in 1809; Peninsular cam
paigns, from June 1810, to the end of that war In 1814. Including the battle ol Busaen, cumbars of Pombal and Rrnlnha.
recapture of Campo Mayor, battle of Albuhera, third siege of Olivenea. actions at Fuente Ouinaldo, siege and storming of
Badajox, affair with the Advanced Guard of the French near Caracal, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, retreat there
from, battle of Vittoria, blockade of Pampeluna, battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, near Bayonnr, Orthes, and Toulouse.
aelverely wounded In the Pyrenci ' * *
:. and again at Toulouse. Strrtd aftarwarda in the American war, iq-

tluiltot the battle at Plattsbnrgi

apturi of Parla.

Imb. for Pol


ofFoot. P"*""1* at Pocna'
Service, Aug J2S.] 28th(TheNorthGIoucester thire)Reqt.
'
*7
I
Bombay.
Tlie fipki* x, with the words " EGYPT" " CORUN
Year*' Strv. " VITTORI A"-" PYRENEES "" N1VELL E "-' NIVE-" ORTHES"-" PENINSULA"
" WATERLOO."
C0iinel.

63
9 Hon. Sir Edward Pagct,1 GCB. Com etlc. Sub-Lieut.23 Mar.02 ; Cnpt. 7 Dec.
Full Half
92 ; Major, 14 Nov. 93 ; Lieut.-Col. 30 April, 94 ; Col. 1 Jan. 98 ; Major-Gen.
Pay. Pay.
1 Jan. 1805; /,i>uf.-G#n.4June, 11 ; < ?.27 May , 26 ; Col. 28th Regt. 26 Dec. 16.
0 Lieut.-Colonels.John Messiter, E-n*. 18 July, 15; Lieut. P3 July, 23; Capt.
30
P 19 Sept. 26 ; Major, P 87 Sept. 83 ; Lieut.-Col. 24 Aug. 42.
34 1ft Sydney John Cotton, Cornet, 19 April, 1 0 ; Lieut. 13 Feb. 12 ; Cnpt. P 1 Jan. 20 ;
Major, 18 Jan. 28 ; Brevet Lievt.-C W. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lieut.-Col. 8 Jan. 43.
31
A Majori.Thomas Wheeler, Eniign, 2 4 May, 14 ; Lietit. f 18 Dec. 17 ; Capt.
28 Sept. 32 ; Major, 24 Aug. 42.
0 Frank Adams, Ens. f 30 Dec. 26 ; L\ eut. 23 Mar. 32; Capt. P31 Dec. 33;
19
Major, 29 Oct. 43.
ENSIGN.

25
12
30
19
9
12
15
16
17

e
6
6
7
6
6
6
6
4
4
5
fi
4
3
6
5
3
5
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
8
2

80
30
10
3
4

CAPTAINS.
f Wm. Hunter5
13 May 12
0 Robt. Julian Baumgartner P 27 Sept. 33
0
9 April 25
0 Fred. Browne Russell . .
2 Nov. 26
0 John Perkins Mayers . . P 29 July 36
0 Francis Durell Vignoles P 10 May 33
0 George Robert Cummin ' 7 Jan. 30
0 Henry Furcy Wakefield4 P 17 Dec. 29
0
P 10 Jan. 28
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
8
0
0

A0
0
0

LIEUT.

28 Apr. 13
P 30 June 37
P 84 July 88
18 Feb. 30
P 23 Apr. 39
P 26 Dec. 37
P 28 Sept. 32
29 July 32
21 Aug. 31

CAPTATN.

7*;;

P27 Nov. 28 83 Nov. 41


P 23 April 41
84 Aug. 43
13 Sept. 42
P 27 Jan. 43
P21 Apr. 43
P 21 April 37
30 Dec. 43
89 May 43

LIEUTENANTS.
John Guise Rogers Aplin P 7 Oct. 37 P23 April 41
Percy Archer Butler. . . . P 1 Mar. 39
2 May 42
P 31 May 39 13 Sept. 42
Pll May 38 28 July 40
Charles A. Thompson ..
4 Jan. 39 P 30 Apr. 41
George Frederick Moore 25 Oct. 39 9 Nov. 41
Fred. Lussan Lomsworth P 14 June 39 14 Oct. 48
85 Oct. 39 14 Oct. 48
P 30 April 41 14 Oct. 42
Henry Webb, adjutant.. 18 June 41 14 Oct. 42
P 7 Aug. 40 P 28 Dec. 41
Robert Butler Staveley . . P 10 Jan. 40
1 Nov. 42
Henry William Dennie.. 18 Dec. 41 30 Dec. 42
11 Feb. 42 P21 Apr. 43 2 Major Hunter served In the
P 1 Nov. 39 10 July 43 Peninsula from Feb. 1813 to the
end of the war, including the
George Duncan Robertson
4 Aug. 40 9 Nov. 43 crossing
of the Bldatsoa (se
Wm. Fletcher Jas.Morphy 29 May 42 10 Nov. 43 verely wounded by a musket
John A. Macdougall .... 6 Mar. 40 12 Nov. 43 shot through the body); battles
the Nlve 10th, (wounded)
31 Oct. 42 28 Feb. 44 of
llth, and 12th Dec., Orthes,
John Dundas Malcolm . .
1 Nov. 42 29 Mar. 44 and Toulouse.
8 Nov. 42 30 Mar. 44 4 Captain Wakefleld lerred
throughout the
Sussex L. A. B. Messiter
5 Nov. 42 P24 May 44 with the 40th
in Candaliar and in
Wm. John James Smith .. 20 May 42 7 Sept. 43 operations
Afghanistan, in 1841 and 42.
ENSIGNS.
Jon. Willington Shelton
3 Nov. 42
Frederick George Moore
4 Nov. 42 0 Paymaster Benson served In the Peninsula,
John Gittens Maycock . . P 2 June 43 from July, 1818 , to the end of the war, includAlfred Wright
10 Nov. 43 ing the battles o Vittorla, the Pyrenees, (woumlin the arm), Pampciuna, Nlvelle, Nive, OrJames Verling Ellis .... 29 Mar. 44 ed
thes, and Toulo use. Served also in the Ameri19 Apr. 44 can war, and vvas severely wounded in the
P 24 May 44 right breast by a ride ball at Plaltsburg.
Edward Collins
Charles Greenwood Walsh 2C May 44
Paymaster.-^ Geo. Thos. Benson," 20 S tay, 36; Ent. 13 Feb. IS; if. 26 Aug. IS.
Adjutant.Lieut. Henry Webb, 21 M ay, 43.
Quarter-Matter.Adam Cowan, 23 Jii ly, 44.
Surgeon.\iiil Wm.IIei iryYoung,'4S ept.28;^.-5.
Astift.-Suryi.Archibak Alexander, Sa Feb. 35.
Benjamin Wm. Marlow , 25 Oct. 42.
James Gr ant, M.D., 12 Oct. 41.
Facingi Yello w.Agents, IHessrs. Cox & Co.

1 Si r Edw ard Paget lerved in the camp sign in Plunder and Holland In 04. He wan present In the
naval iction off Cape St. Vincent, 14 Feb. 8 7 ; in the action is of
the 8th, 131 i, and 21rt .March, in Egypt (In
tie lat Ut he was wounded), the Investment of Cairo and A] exundria. Sir E dward lost his right arm in the
action at Ojx inc., i-jih May 09, and has rece ived a Medal fo r Corunna.
7 M r. Yoi ing served in the Peninsula, 1 m March, 181 to Feb. 1813, iicliidine the last siege of Badajo. and 1 mule of Salamanca. Served til o the campnignE of 1813, 14, am 15, in Germany, Holland, and
UnKf therla ndf, including the attack on Be rgeu-op-Zooin, a nd battle of Wa erloo.
J7

[Servi".nten1fe<!nrt'
Emb. for Ind "] 29th ( The Worcestershire) Regiment of Foot.
April 1842
" ROL EIA" VIMIF.RA"" TALAVERA"" ALBUHERA"" PENINSULA."
Colonel.
$ fflSa John, Lord Strafford,1 GCB.&GCH..EM. 30 Sept. 1793; Lieut. 1 Dec.
53
93; Capt. 24 May, 94; Lieut.-Col. 14 March, 1800; Col. 25 July, 1O;
full Half Major-Gen. 4 June,13; ii<?ur.-Ge7i. 27 May, 25 ; Gen. 23 Nov. 4 1 ; C<rf.29th
Pay. Pay.
Regt. 23 Jan. 28.
Lieut.-Colanclt.
P ?j& James Simpson,1 Ens. P 3 April, 1 1 ; Lieut, k Capt. 25 Dec. 13 ; Capt. k
32
Lieut.-Col. P28 April, 25 ; Col. 28 June, 38.
22
A Charles Cyril Taylor,3 CB. Eta. 26 March, 23 ; Lieut. P 26 May, 25 ; Capt.
P 11 July, 26 ; Major, P27 Sept. 31 ; Lieut.-Col. P 16 June, 37.
20
0 Majort.George Congrevc, Ens. 8 Apr. 25; Lieut. P 12 Jan. 26; Capt. 1 12
June, 28; Breo.-Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, 8 April, 42.
0 Marcus Barr,* *. Em. P 24 Feb. 25; Lieut. P8 April 26; Capt. HI June, SO;
20
Major, P 25 Aug. 43 ; Srev. Lt. Col. 30 April 44.
;

Yers'Ser.

ENSION.

20
15
15
13
11
21
20
9
8
21

0
0
0
0
0
18,1,
0
0
0
10ft

8
11
7
6
6
6
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6
10
7
7
7
7
7
4
6
3
4
5
8
3
3
3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

3
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
8
6
21
12
10
3
3

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

CAPTAINS.
Andrew T. Hemphill ....
7 Apr. 25
Henry Horatio Kitchener P29 June 30
P 15 June 30
Gregory Lewis Way .... P 17 Feb. 32
Arth. St. Geo. H. Stepney P 16 May 34
16 July 11
9 Edward Boyd5
16 Aug. 25
22 Nov. 36
P 5 May 37
31 Mar. 14

LIEUT.

16 Apr.
"11 July
P 27 June
30 July
P 10 Nov.
1 July
P 7 Jau.
P 1 June
P 12 July
20 June

CAPTAIN.

29
34
34
3C>
37
12
27
39
39
27

3 July 39
P 8 Jan. 41
P 19 Mar. 41
P21 May 41
P 15 Apr. 42
17 Aug. 2(>
5 Nov. 41
P 23 June 43
P 29 Dec. 43
26 June 44

BHEV.-XAJ.

23 Nov. 41

LIEUTENANTS.

2 Col. Simpson served in the


11 Aug. 37 P 27 Sept. 39 Peninsula
from May 1818 to
P 2 May 34 P 7 Feb. 40 May 1813, including the lattr
P 28 Dec. 38 P 19 Mar. 41 part of the defence of Cadiz,
on Seville.
1 Feb. 39 20 May 41 and thealsoattack,
the campaign of
P 8 Mar. 39 P21 May 41 Served
1815, and was severely wounded
P 1 June 39 P 26 Oct. 41 at Uuatre Bras.
Taylor com
13 July 39 P 16 Nov. 41 3 Lieut.-Co1.
the Light Company of
P 27 Sept. 39 P31 Dec. 41 manded
the 20th on the expedition
P 7 Aug. 35 26 Oct. 39 against KoUpore, in 1627-8.
P 22 June 38
8 Apr. 42 Served on the frontier duriliz
the Canadian Rebellion, and
P 20 July 38
do.
commanded the Volunteers in
do.
2 Nov. 38
the action of the 9th Novem
ber, 1838, when a small parly
do.
14 Dec. 38
of 800 men repulsed a force of
do.
28 Dec. 38
1200, under the command of a.
P 23 April 41 P 29 Apr. 42 French
officer, who. with up
29 Mar. 39
7 Jan. 42 ward)) of 100 others, werp
P21 Apr. 42 i'23 June 43 made prisoners and forward d
30 April 41 20 Dec. 42 to 4Montreal.
Lt. Col. Barr served as As3 Aug. 41 slstant-Adjutant-General In the
10 Jan. 40
8 Apr. 42 22 Dec. 43 action of Maharajpore.
Major Boyd was employed
22 Apr. 42 P 29 Dec. 43 5 the
Peninsu a from March,
Henry George Walker . . P 29 Apr. 42 31 Dec. 43 In
1812, to the end of that war. In
Henry Torrens Metge . . 28 Jan. 42 25 Sept. 44 1314, and was present at the
storming of Ba dajoz (wounded), battles of the
ENSIGNS.
Nivelle, Nlvc, ' 'arbes.and Toulouse (wounded),
St. Geo. Mervyn Nugent P 25 Oct. 42 Served
also v* itii the army of occupation
P 3 Mar. 43 throughout the whole period,
John Mackenzie Lyle . . P19 May 43 6 Lt, Dnncan served with the 31st throughout
P 23 June 43 the campaign o f 1841! in Aflghanlslan, including
the actions of 3
Teieen, and Juirdulluck,
Hans Robert White .... P22 Dec. 43 occupation of C (aioena,
aboo), and different engagements
Geo. St. Julien Henderson P 29 Dec. 43 leading to it.
Edward Toke Scudamore P 16 Feb. 44 7 1.1. Colvill erved with the 39th in the action
Maharajpore near Gwallor on the 29th Dec.
James Saurin Richards . . 21 Dec. 44 of
1843, and was v ery severely wounded.
Paymaster.James Herb ertClay,31M ay 44 ; Ens. P 5 May 37 ; Lt. 9 April, 44.
Adjutant. Lieut. Kenne Hi Murchison , 20 Mar. 40.
Quarter-Matter. jj The mas Kueebon e, 15 July, 24
Surgeon.John Robert T aylor, 14 Jum , 42 ; Aa'ut.-Snrg. 31 May, 33.
Auilt.-Surgeons.Richai (1 Dane, M.D ., 17 July 35.
Willia m Green Trousdell, 8 April 42.
Willia m Baker You ig, 8 April, 4i 1.
Facings Yello w.Agent*, ] ilessra. Cox k Co.

Digby Fra. Mackworth . .


Harry Piesley L'Estrange
Kenneth Mnrchison, ml/.
Thomas Edw. Wilbrahain
Frederick Coventry ....
George H. M. Jones ....
Richard Francis Henry..
John .neas Duncan6 . .
Walter Kirby
Francis Butler Templcr
Edward Henry Weatropp
Carey Handfield
Alfred A. Simmons ....
Hon. Horace M.Monckton
John Frederick Galiffe . .
Cha. Eustace MacDonnell
William Francis Stehelin
Hugh George Colvill7 . .
Robert Dobbs

I Lord Stratford served In Flanders, Holland, and in the expeditions to Hanover, Copenhagen, and Wl.
eheren, and has received a cross and one clap for Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle (wounded). Hive, and Onhit

ISO

']

30M ( The Camlridgeskire) Regiment of Foot.

181

The Sphinx, with the words "EGYPT"" BADAJOZ""SALAMANCA"


" PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."
Colonel.|) Sir Thomas Bradford,1 GCB. GCH. En*. 20 Oct. 1793; Lieut.
9 Dec. 93; Capt. 16 April, 94; Major, 9 Sept. 95; Lieut.-Col. 1 Jan, 1801 ;
Col. 26 July, 10; Major-Gen. 4 June, 13; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May, 25; Gen.
23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 30th Regt 18 April, 29.
ft iMut.-Colonel.Marcus John Slade, Em. 15 July, 19; Lieut. P 12 May, 25;
Capt. v 22 April, 26 ; Major, r 27 Sept. 31 ; Lieut.-Col. r 7 Feb. 40.
0 X^jtn.Harry Smith Ormoud,* Ens. 8 Nov. 99 ; Lieut. 28 Aug. 01 ; Capt. 24
Sept. li;MaJor, 10 June, 29; Brevet Lieut.-Col. 23 Nov. 41.
|3 John Procter,' Em. 3 Dec. 03 ; /,;,//, 8 June, 04 ; Capt. 4 May, 09 ; Brey.
Major, 22 July 30; Major, 6 Aug. 42.

Pull Half
Pay- P.,.

CAPTAINS.
; John Gordon Geddes ....
i Rob. Alex. Andrews ....
Charles SUlery
Sam. John Luke Nicoll. .
Philip Charles Cavan, t.
i H. Jas. Michell Gregory2
Wm. Armstrong Steele . .
William Francis Hoey . .
1 JamesThomasMauleverer6
William Hodder Heard..
LIEUTENANTS.
Alex. John H. Lnmsden
j Alex. Macdonald, adj. . .
Henry Shnm
Robert Dring O'Grady . .
John Tongue
Henry Broome
Paget Bayly
Robert Wm. Smith
Tho. Wm. Wilkinson. . . .
James Brodie Patullo . .
Charles Dudley Oliver
John Henry Keogh ....
Armar Lowry

ENSIGNS.

ENSION.

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

BKKV.-MAJ

8 Nov. 16 27 Mar. 25
8 Apr. 86 23 Nov. 41
18 Aug. 14 27 Mar. 24 P 20 Aug. 29
24 Nov. 28 20 July 30 P 15 Mar. 39
v 27 Apr. 32 P 8 June 38 10 Apr. 40
P 19 Dec. 34 P 1 Mar. 39 P 23 April 41
21 July 08 20 Dec. 00 P 6 Aug. 19 10 Jan. 37
16 May 27
8 Apr. 32 10 Oct. 42
P 28 Oct. 31 6 Sept. 35 P 22 July 42
P 18 Apr. 34 P 19 Aug. 36 P 28 July 43
16 Sept. 27 10 Dec. 33 20 Sept. 44
P 3 May 33
18 July 34
P 12 June 35
P30 July 36
P 2 Dec. 36
v 8 Dec. 37
P 8 Mar. 39
P 15 Mar. 39
P 1 Nov. 39
'', Apr. 40
P 80 Oct. 40
P 26 Jan. 41
P 2 April 41

P 19
31
P 15
P 26
P 8
p 22

Dec. 34
Oct. 38
Mar. 39
Apr. 39
Nov. 3U
Nov. 39

6 Major Gregorr served In


the American war in 1814 and
la, and commanded a gun
boat belonging to the Flotilla,
under Commodore Owen, on
Lake Ontario, for which he
received the thanks of the
Naval Commander-in-chief.
P 26 Jan. 41 6 Captain Mauleverer served
P 23 April 41 with
the I nil throughout the
P 6 Aug. 41 campaign in Aftyhanistun and
Beloocbistan,
under Lord
10 Oct. 42
Keane, and was present at the
P 23 Feb. 44 storm
and capture of GbuzP28June 44 nee and of Khelat. Medal for
20 Sept. 44 OhuinM.
8 Quarter-Mister Ward served In the Penin
sula with the SOlh from March, 1809, to June,
1K13, including the defence of Cadiz from 4th
June to 2Mb Sept. 1810; occupation of the
Lines of Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massemi,
actions of Sabugal, Almeida and li.nh i del
Puerco, battle of Puentes d'Onor, siege of Badajoz, and action of Villa lluriel. Served tiie
campaign of 1814 In Holland under Sir 'I homes
Graham ; and that of 1811 under the Duke of
Wellington.

Edmund Aug. Whitmore P 6 Aug. 41


P16Nov 41
James Rose
P 24 Sept. 41
Charles Eyre Butler
8 Nov. 42
Samuel Sharpe
7 April 43
William Robert Gray
Robert Sandys Lindesay P23 Feb. 44
Tho. Wm. Roger Coventry P28 June 44
Fred. Augustus Edwardes P 8 Oct. 44
Paymaster.R.Ch. Mscdonald,8May,35; En*. 10April,26;4tfuf.'>13 Dec. 27.
Adjutant.Lieut. Alexander Macdonald, 18 July, 34.
Quarter-Matter.& John Ward,' 21 Oct. 24.
Surgeon.Stephen Lawson, 2 June, 43; Assitt.-Surg. 29 July, 30; Hotp.Atritt. 29 Nov. 27.
Auittant.-Surgeon.Augustus Purefoy Lockwooil, 17 Sept. 41.
Facing* Yellow.Agent*, Messrs. Cox & Co.Irith Agent*, Sir E. H. Borough, Bart.,
Armit&Co.
\Iiititrin'! from New Brunswick, Gth Jan. 1844.]
I Sir Tliomas Bradford was present at the siege of Monte Video, and attack on Buenos Arres. He has
wceived a crow and one clasp for Corunna, Salamanca, Viltoria, St. Sebastian, and the passage of the Nlve.
a Lieut.-Col. Ormond's services : Eipedition to Copenhagen In 1807; Canadian campaigns of 181*, 1,
and 14, including the battles of Port George, Sluney Creek, and Chrjstler's Farm.
a Major Procter's services :-ExpedrUon to Copenhagen In 1807} Corunna campaign; Peninsula from
1M2 until 1814 ; served also In the American War.
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42

Colonel.

Full Hall $ ffiffl Sir Colin Halkett, 1 KCB. GCH. Lieut.-Col. 17 Nov. 1803; Col. 1 Jan.
Pay. 1'ay.
12 ; Major-Gen. 4 June 14; Lt.-Gen.-2-2, July,30; Col. 31t Rcgt. 28 Mar. 3.

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Lieut.-Colonelt.
0 {) Samuel Bolton,2 CB. E ns. 5 Feb. 07 ; Lieut. 6 April, 09 ; Capt. P24 Oct. 22 ;
Major, 14 June, 33 ; Li eut.-Col. P24 Nov. 36 ; Col. 23 Dec. 42.
John Byrne, Ens. 1 Oct. 0 8; Lieut. 21 Dec. OS); Capt. P19 Apr. 21 ; SreretMajor, 26 Feb. 36 ; Me jor, 6 May 43 ; Lt.-Col. < 8 Oct. 44.
0 Majors.James Spence,4 Ens. 26 Nov. 08; /.;,-//. P 20 Dec. 10; Capt. 10 Feb.
25 ; Brev.-Major, 28 J une, 38 ; Major, 30 Dec. 43.
?;ffil George Baldwin,6 2ru Lt. 2 June, 08 ; Lt. 9 Nov. 14 ; Capt. 14 June, 33 ;
Brevet-Major, 211 Dec. 42 ; Major, P8 Oct. 44.
CAPTAINS.
Wm. Gibson Willes3

ENSIKN.

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

BHEV.-MAJ.

9 Sept. 13 P19 Dec. 16 268ept.!i9


5 May 14 22 Mar. 40
never
6 Apr. 10 25 Aug.25 21 Jan. 41
0 Oeo. Dobson Young3 ....
3 Apr. 28 1 9 Nov. 41
0 George Francis White . . 27 Jan. 25
P 4 Sept. 35 31 Dec. 39 P 25 Nov. 42
0
3 Apr. 28 P31 Aug. 30 0 May 43
0 Thomas Conyugham Kelly0 David FitzG. Longworth'' P 3 May 31 P 27 Nov. 35 P 25 Sept. 39
0
31 July 28 P31 Oct. 31 30 Dec. 43
0
24 Dec. 20 P 1 Nov. 31 28 June 44
0 Robert John Eagar 3 . . . . 11 June 30 P 25 Jan. 33 P 8 Oct. 44
LIEUTENANTS.
2 Sept. 33
14
0 James Croft Brooke3 .... f31 Oct. 31
0 John Snowden Scott .... P 1 Nov. 31 P 6 Mar. 35
14
0 Joseph Greenwood3 .... P 6 May 36 27 Oct. 39
9
0 George Bainbridge Shaw3 P 14 July 37 28 Oct. 39
8
29 Oct. 89
* Major Spence was present
0 Thos. Henry Flasket3 . . P21 Oct. 36 .>,
9
*
.. in the action of Stuola, near
0 Edward Wm. Bray3 .... 21 June 3i> i r \,
0
Genoa, 13th April, 1S14, and
3 May 13 P lj Mar. 3!> nubsequentattacksupou Ihecity
17
10 Mar. 32 of Genoa until its urrender.
s' John Lucas Wilton, Aifj. P 13 Mar. 27 22
15
42 ' *'MI at ''"' surrenderor Corsica.
6
0 Wm. Fred. Willes Attv3 P 15 Nov. 39 , April
'-..
.^ (See also note 12.)
0 John Lucas R. Pollard3
5
17 Jan. 40 M Jlay 4Z s Major Baldwin accompanied
0 Henry Wm. Hart3
5
7 Feb. 40 12 July 42 the eipedltinn to Walrheren,
42 and was at the siege of Plashing.
0 Robert Law3
5
8 Feb. 40 27 <July
, , 440 Pret-ent
thethe
18th
June at
Waterloo,onond
storming
of
0 James Peter Robertson . . P20 Oct. 41 n an Sept.
4
1 J\ ov. 42 Canibray. (See also Notes S t
0
4
11 May 41
0
P23 Aug. 39 P24 June 42 1*.)
6
g \ov 4j
6 Captain Longworth joined
0
3
4 Mar. 42
O X
Is ' lhe 4<Hh Clirly " 1842 al C*n"
'I>ov. "*** dtihor, and accompanied General
0 Poole Gabbett
P 22 April 42
3
0 Sydney James Timbrell . . 27 May 42 10 Nov. 43 Noll's force to Perozepore tia
3
5 Dec. 43 ' lno Khyber Pass, and was pre0
4
26 Oct. 41
sent at the second occupation of
0 Hen. Warburton Jas. Gray 1C Sept. 41 oj\ i-j , . i '. . Gnuxneu
4
and of Cabool, nnd also
0 John Stillman Gould. . . . P 30 Sept. 42 ^8 J line 44 nt the engagement of Gotine.
3
23
Julv
44
Xi.i.-i-r.i,
10, 11, IS, aee oppo0 Charles Tyssen Cormick
3
1 Nov. 42
2
0
24 Feb. 43 f 8 Oct.' 44 ! site I'3**ENSIGNS.
3
0 Arthur Pilkington ....
8 Nov. 42
3
0
27 Dec. 42
0
8 Nov. 43
1823.
March,
1st
the
Biscay,
of
Bay
in
onn, 2
3 0 Henry Prim Huttnn .... 9 Nov. 43
2
0 Clia. Hill Grant Tritton
10 Nov. 43
1
0 Alfred C. Cure
30 July 44
0 Edward William Kingsley
1
4 Oct. 44
1
0 Hamilton dairies Smith P 8 Oct. 44
32
0 Paymaster.John Henry Matthews,10 2 1 Oct. 13.
16
3 Adjutant.Lieut. John I ucas Wilton, 30 Dec. 43.
4
0 Quarter-Muster.Samue Bennison,3 1 3 July, 41.
[>i,f. 4 Dec. 00.
28 7ft Surgeon. Henry Hart,3 1 I.D. 21 Sept )0; Assist.-Surg.Sl Jan. 11; Hotp.-At0 Assist.-Surgeons.George Wm. Macrea< Iv, 23 Aug. 39.
6
0
4
David Stewart," 3 I )ec. 41 .
0
Ilamp Icn Hugh Ma ffley, MD. 22 Nov. 44.
1
Facings Buff. Agents, Me ssrs. Price Si Son.
1 SI r Coli a Halkett has received A cros s for Albuhera, Salamanca, Vttloria, and the passage of the
24
22
20
20
10
17
14
17
16
15

S Colonel Bolton served In the Peninsula, from 1808 to the end of the war, Including the battle
ni. B.UMCO, \lb,lh<,ni (wounded), Arroyo de Jlolino, Vlltoria, the Pyrenees, Nive, Ortbes Aire
)lo 3.)

182

Hd Quart
at Dublin ~]
32d(TTie Cornwall) Regiment of Foot.
183
" ROLEI A" " VIMIERA""C 3RTJNNA" " SALAMANCA"" PYRENEES"
"Sl\fELLE "" NIVE "P 0 RTHES"" PENINSULA"" WATERLOO."

Colonel.
P Sir John Buchan,1 K CB. Em. 29 July, 95; Lieut. 21 Oct. 95; Capt. 16
March, 1802; Major 30 June, 04; Lieut.-Col. 80 March, 09- Col 12
60
Aug. 19; Major.-Gei . 22 July, 30; Lieut.-Gm. 23 Nov. 41; Col. 32nd
Poll Hlf
Regt 12 June, 43.
Pay. Py.
Lieut.-Colonel.
21
0 Frederick Markham.'.En . P 13 May, 24 ; Lieut. P 22 Oct. 25 ; Capt. P 16 April,
29; Major, P 28 Sept. 39; Lieut.-Col. P22 July, 42.
Majors.
18
0 John Thomas Hill, Em J 13 Mar. 27 ; Lieut. 1 16 April, 29; Capt. P 13 Feb.
35 ; Major, P 12 Mar. <
0 Henry Vaughan Brooke, 1 Zn*. P 12 July, 27 ; Lieut. P 1 1 June, 30 ; Capt. P 22 May,
18

Tors' Sen

CAPTAINS.
32
19
14
24
17
15
13
12
12
9
12
8
7
6
6
6
6
5
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
2
2
2
2
I
30
12
1
40

0 ?8 George Browne4. . . .

ENSION.

10 June 13
John Hen. Evelegh
8 April 25
0
P27 Sept. 31
Alexander Gardiner* .... 15 July 13
0 Cuthbert A. Baines
12 June 28
0 Robert Campbell
P 2 Feb. 30
0 William Case
10 Feb. 32
0 John Ernie Money Kyrle P 18 April 33
0 John E. Wilmot Inglis . . P 2 Aug. 33
0 Thomas Robyns
P 7 Oct. 36
LIEUTENANTS.
0 Thos. Daniel Kelly, adj.
12 April 33
0 Edw. W. D. Lowe,*-..... 20 May 37
0 Geo. Sam. Moore
9 Feb. 38
0 Jas. D. Carmichael Smyth P 12 July 39
0 John Felling Pigott .... P 15 Feb. 39
0 Wm. Bellingham
8 Mar. 39
0 Henry Duberly
P28 Sept. 39
0 Charles Thomas King. . . . 10 July 40
0 Frederick Yard
P 12 Mar. 41
0 James Cunningham .... P21 May 41
0 Charles Ackland
P 25 June 41
0 Henry Edwin Weare
29 Oct. 41
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2A
0
0

li

LIBUT.

30 Sept. 19
P 28 Jan. 26
P 9 Mar. 34
20 July 15
8 Oct. 30
P 2 Aug. 33
9 Feb. 38
5 Oct. 38
19 Jan. 39
P 19 Feb. 41
10 Feb. 38
P 12 Mar. 41
P25 June41
11 May 41
P 28 Jan. 42
P 25 Feb. 42
15 April 42
P 27 May 42
P 22 July 42
P 7 April 43
P 29 Sept. 43
P 22 Dec. 43

CAPTAIN.

BREV.-MAJ.

10 Feb. 32 15 June 38
P 20 Jan. 32
P 3 Nov. 37
19 Jan. 39
P 6 Mar. 40
P 28 Jan. 42
P25 Feb. 42
P 22 July 42
"29 Sept. 43
P22 Dec. 43

3 Lleut.-Col. Markham was


severely wounded in Canada.
US Nov. 1837.
5 Major Browne served at
Waterloo on 16th and 18thJune,
6 Capt. Gardiner served in
the American war in 1814.
8 Paymaster Moore served
the campaign of 1814 in Hoi'
land. Including the action at
Merxem, and bombardment of
Antwerp. Present at Waterloo.

EVSIONS.
Andrew Gram Brine.. . .
Thomas Maunsell
John Lewis Phillipps ....
Henry John Davies
Robert Hedley

15 April 42 10 Mr. Bampfleld was at the battles of Maid*


P27 May 42 ni'l <V.I ill.:; lie res of Tarragona and Barcelona.
P 22 July 42
7 April 43
P29 Sept. 43
Rich. Walter Money Kyrle P17 Nov. 43
Wm. Airde Birtwhistle . . P12 Dec. 43
Sir Edward Poore,J?ar*. P 19 Nov. 44
Paymaster.3128 G. Mooi e,8 19 Oct. 26 ; Ens. 1 Oct. 12; Lieut. 6 Dec. 13,
Adjutant.Lieut. Thos. ] )aniel Kelly, 1 2 April, 33.
Quarter-Master.Willian i Garforth, 28 June, 44.
Surgeon.$) Wm. Bampf eld,10 21 Jan 13; Assist.- Surg. 28 Jan. 08 ; Hoy.-

Auitt. 26 Dec. 04.


Anirt.-Surgeon.Edward Moorhead, M .D. 2 Aug. 42
[Returnee1 from. Canad a, 18 Sept. 41
y*Wh liteAgents, Messrs. Cox & Co.IrishAt, ents, SirE. R. Borough, Bt. Armit,& Co.
1 SI r John Buchan was actively employed n the Mysore w ar, and was presi nt at the hultle of Mallavellr
UWl 06 tUUit 0 f Seringapatam. In 1800 and It4)1 he was emplo red with the Fla ik Companies of his regiment
(the ol d 941 1 ), in the operations against the Southern Poligu rs ; on which oc iisinn he relinquished a staff
sitnth m to , oin his company in the field. Subsequently to this he held dm erent detached commands in
Cfjlon dvrin I the KtuidiiiN war. In 1810 h e held a comma nil at the attack and capture of Guadaloupe.
Served aften ards In the Peninsula with the Portuguese arm r, from 1811 to t he end of the war, including
IV b* lies 0 f Viltoria, Pyrenees, Mlvelle, Is ive, Orthes and Toulouse. Sir J ilin lias received a medal for
palam , and a cross and one clasp for ( )uadaloupe, \ MI >rla, Pyrenees, li ivelle, and Nlvc.
B Ural. Browne's services: blockade of the Texel ; eipcdltion to Holland, and attack on Bergen-opSopra ; uking of Genoain 1814; hlookade and taking of Naples In 1814..
10 t^ymulcr Matthews served in the Nepaul war in 1814 and 15; at the capture of Htttrass; In the
hrtta war in 1817 and 18; and at the capture of Bhurtpore. (See alo Note 3.)
11 >lr SU-wart served with the 41sl in AfTghanlitan in 1841, and was present in the engagements of the 30th
An*, sit (iooine, and the Sth Sept. before Ohuinee, the occupation and deslructlon o( that fortress and of
Cabool, awl tbe various minor attain in and between the Bolan and the Khyber Passes.
II IX. Scarman carried the colour, of the .'11)111 In the action of Maharajpore, and was wounded In th>
n tag by a grape shot ; shortly after which he received a severe wound In the left arm.
tP2

]33d ( The 1st Yorkshire, W.Riding) Regt.o


8ERINGAPATAM"" WATERLOO.
Colvnel.
Sir Charles Wale,' KCB. En,. June, 1 779 ; Lieut. 13 April, 8CI ; Copt. 2o June,

?s
Lieut.-Colonel.
0 Iceorge Whannell,' En*. 1 Mar. 11 ; Lieut. 16 Man 14; Copt. 3 Nov.25 ; Br.jtf^-or, 28 June 38 ; -Sftfor, 22 July , 41 ; if.-CW. 14 April, 43.
S3

Thomas James Galloway, En*. P 13 Sept 2l'; Lieut. 2 June 25 j Crzjrt. P 27 Dec.
27 ; Brev.-Maj. 23 Nov. 41 ; Major, 14 June, 42.
0 Frederick Rodolph Blake, Ent. P30 June, 25 ; Lieut. P 14 Ang. 27 ; Copt. 23
Aug. 31 ; Major, 14 April, 43.
!

I 20

ENSIGN.

CAPTAINS.
0 John Douglas Johnstone P 15 Aug. 37 16 Mar. 30 19 Oct. 38
Nov. 38
0 Thos. Bunbury Goiigh . . P 27 Dec. 27 P 25 Jan. 31 23
18 Aug. 38
o Henry Win. Bunbury . . P 29 June 30 P 30 Aug. 33 P26
Sept.
40
" 20 Mar. 29 P 13 April 32
0 Warren Maude
P 30 Dec. 20 PIG July 30 30 Oct. 40
0 John Williamson
6 Jan. 32 27 Feb. 3C P 12 Mar. 41
0 Henry Knight Erskiiie . .
1 May 40
27 Feb. 35
never
0 George V. Mundy
P28 Dec. 32 19 Oct. 38 P 30 Aug. 42
0 James Knight
" Aug. 32 P 3 June 36 14 April 43
0 George Erskine
0 Edward Augustus MUman P 27 Nov. 35 P28 Dec. 38 P 27 Sept. 44
LIEUTENANTS.
I
4 Jan. 39
P 22 Jan. 36
9 0 Edw. Winnington
Chas.
P.
B.
Walker
.
...
v 27 Feb. 3C 21 June 30
9 0
0 0 Charles Mills, adjutant \v 8 June 30 P 25 Sept. 40
10 0 Hon.John Arbuth. Keane Pll Sept. 35 17 Sept. 39
Aug. 41
7 0 Robert Gregory Wale . . 30 Oct. 38 27
21 June 3 22 Jan. 42
0 0 John E. Ceilings
42
6 0 Edw. Westby Donovan . . 10 Jan. 4C P 146 June
42
6 0 William Pretyman ..... p 8 May, 40 P 30 Aug.
Ang.
42
6 0 Henry Ullick Burke ---- P 17 July 40
9 Oct. 42
0 Henry Charles Fitzgerald P 25 Sept. 40
7 Nov. 43
4 0 John Ed.Taubman Quaylc P 7 Sept. 41 P 27
Sept. 44
3 0 Richard Lacy .......... 11 Mar. 42
P20
Aug. 4
George
Henry
Cazalet
.
.1
20
Nov.
41
4 0
ENSIGNS.
,
3 0 Henry Disney Ellis ---- 14 June 42
Mortimer Pechell . . P 6 Aug. 42
8 0 Wm.
8 0 Horace Trower ........ P 30 Aug. 42
3 0 Thomas Wickham ...... P 25 Oct. 42
2 0 John Rotton, d. ad..... P 7 Jan. 43
2 0 John Cassidy .......... 19 May 43
9 0 Wm. Roberts Williamson P 6 Dec. 43
0 Nathaniel Kemp ........ ' P 27 Sept. 44
Paymaster.Patrick M'Grath, 4 Oct. 31 ; Era. 1 Feb. 11 ; Lieut. 14 Jan. 13.
1*0
9 0 Adjutant.Lieut. Charles Mills, 19 May, 43.
Quarter-Master.Joseph Jones, 25 Oct. 42.
3 0 Surgeon.James
Murray Drysdale, 26 Feb. 41 ; Assiit.-Surg. 10 Nov.25; Hotp.! 80
Astist. 19 Feb. 24.
Auiit.-Surgeons.Frank Andrews, 2 Aug. 42.
3
Thomas Stack, MD. 22 Nov. 44.
1
Facing* Red Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.Iritk Agent*, Sir E. B. Borough, Bart.
Armit and Co.

18
18
16
16
10
13
10
13
13
10.

*ft

I Sir Cbirlei Wla umd >t tin- iie(e ..I Gibraltar ; >lio In the ,.,,..11.1 of 1799 In Holland, ind s prntnt at t
of the 10th and 19th Sept., and 2nd and 6th Oct. lie hai received a medal for Gu*da]uu], where he waa woandcd in a
the hrifhu of Uatauba, S Peh 10.
3 Lieut.. Colonel Whannell aerved the campaigns of 1813 and 14 In Germany and HoUand. including the atticfca oa
Merxem. Bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp, and the attack on Bergen.OD.Zoom.

184

Head QuartersI
at Athlone. J

34th (The Cumberland) Regt. of Foot.

185

ALBUHERA"" VITTORI A"" PYRENEES"" NIVELLE"" NI VE"


" ORTHKS""PENINSULA."
Yean' Serr.
Colonel.
Sir Thomas Makdougall Brisbane,' -Bnr<. GCB. GCH. .En*. 10 Jan. 1782;
63
Lieut. 30 July, 01; Capt. 12 April, 93; Afftfor, 5 Aug. 95; Lieut.-Col. 4
April,1800; Col. 25 July, 10; Major.-Gen. 4June,13; Lieut.-Gen. 27 May,
Full Half
Pay.
25; Gen. 23 NOT. 41 ; Col. 34th Regt. 10 Dec. 26.
Lieut-Colonel.
Richard Airey, Era. 15 March, 21; Lieut. P4 Dec. 23; Capt. P 22 Oct. 85;
24
A
26
1G

, P9 May, 34; Lieut.-Col. P10 Feb. 38.


'
Henry
Deedes,
J5VU-.P23 Dec. 19; Xieuf. 2 Oct. 23; Capt. P19 Nov. 25; Minor,
0
P23Feb 38.
0 Richard Willoughby Byron, Ent. P27 Aug. 29; Lieut. 2 Aug. 33; Cap*. P 18
Sept. 35 ; Major, P30 July, 44.
ENSIGN.

24

13
12
12
11
11
11
10

10
9

0
6A
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

13
11
9
8
8
7
4
4
4
4
3
3
3

2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

17
11
1

0
0
0

29

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

BUKV.-MAJ.

Nicholas R. Brown .... 22 Mar. 21


2 June 25
2 May 37
Joseph Hen. Mathews . . P 4 Mar. 20 P21 Feb. 34 P 4 Aug. 37
Pll May 33 pjg Mar 35 P23 Feb. 38
Henry John Hntton .... P24 Dec. 33 P 18 Sept. 33 '20 Aug. 41
Richard D. Kelly
7 Mar 34 P30 July 36 P24 Sept 41
Arthur Cyril Goodenongh P 8 April 34 P25 Nov. 36 P 20 Oct. 41
11 July 34 P 4 Au" 37 P13 Dec 42
f 13 Mar. 36 P 3 Nov. 37 P 26 Jan. 44
Charles Alfred Schreiber P 10 April 35 P23 Feb. 38 P22 Mar. 44
Edw. Plan. Airey Talbot PSOJuly 30 P 1 June 38 P 30 July 44
LIEUTENANTS.
Charles F. Hervey, r . . . .
2 NOT. 32 P30 Dec. 34
f 9 May 34
2 May 37
P25 Nov. 36 P10 Aug. 38
John Gwilt
Alex .Cun ningh . Robertson3 P 15 Sept. 37 P20 Aug. 41
P29 Sept 37 P24 Sept 41
11 May 38 P13 Dec 42
Robert Christopher Packe P 1 June 41 P 3 Feb. 43
T. A. Makdougall Brisbane P 20 Aug. 41 P 10 Feb. 4!)
P24 Sept. 41 P 13 Oct. 43
Henry Hugh Oxlcy .... P 15 Oct. 41 P 12 Dec. 43
P 20 May 42 P 26 Jan. 44
Wm. Leopold Talbot
Edward Frederick Agnew 21 May 42 P 22 Mar. 44
Edward Wilmot Sitwtll P 13 Dec. 42 P 30 July 44
ENSIGNS.
Cha. Wm. Goldf. Burrill P 3 Feb. 43
Charles Wilson Randolph P 10 Feb. 43
Douglas Munro Fyfe.. . . P 13 Oct. 43
Sir Geo.II.S. Douglas, .B?. P 3 NOT. 43
Mawdistly Gaussen Best P 12 Dec. 43
P 20 Jan. 44
William Warry
P 22 Mar. 44
Henry Townley Parker . . P 30 July 44
Paymaster.Chas. Boyse Roche, 30 Nov.38; Ens.18 Jan. 28; Lieut. 21 June, 32.
Adjutant.Lieut. Thomas Bourke, 30 July, 44.
Quarter-Master.Thomas Williamson, 22 NOT. 44.
Surgeon.William Bain, M.D. 29 Dec. 37 ; Assist.-Surg. 30 June, 25; Hotp.Assist. 24 June, 15.
Ass'ut.-Surg.Robert Winchester Fraser, 15 April, 42.
Facings Yellow.Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co.Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane & Co.

[Returned from Canada, August 1841.]


1 Sir Thomas Brisbane joined the Duke of York's army in the beginning of the war, and was present In
every action except that of the 22nd Muy 03, when he was confined from a wound received in the action
of the 18th of the lame month. He was subsequently present at the taking of various islands, forts, c. in
the West Indies. Sir Thomas has received a cross and one clasp for Yittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, end
Toulouse, where he was wounded.
X Lieut. Robertson served in the Anglo-Spanish Legion from July 1835 to June 1837. Received a medal
for the action of 5th May 1837 ; the cross of the 1st class of Ban Fernando, for the actions ot the 15th and
loth March lt&7; and another medal for the storming of Iran, 17th May following: severely wounded in
UK faca by a splinter in the general action on the heights of Amelia, I Oct. 1830.

35th (Royal Sussex) Regiment o


" MAIDA."

Years' Serv
51
Full
Pay

Hal
Pajr

19

36

21

Colonel.
9 Sir Richard Dowries Tackson,' KCB. Ent. 9 July 1794 ; Lieut, k Capt. 84
May, 98; Capt. & Lie it.-Col. 4 Aug. 1808; Col. 4 June, 14; Major-Gen,
27 May, 25 ; Lleut.-Q en. 28 June, 38 ; Col. 35th Regt. 15 June 40.
Lieut.-Colonel.
Benjamin Francis Dalto a Wilson, Ens. P27 Aug. 25; Lieut. P10 June, 26;
Capt. P 20 April, 32; 1 fajor, P17 June, 36; Lieut.-Col. PIS Dec. 40.
Major*,
Aralander Tennant,2 Em. f 20 Oct. 08 ; Lieut. 10 June, 13 ; Capt. P 10 June, 26 ;
Major, P 1 Aug. 34.
George Deedes, Ens. P2 Sept. 24; Lieut, P 17 Sept. 25; Capt. P 18 Aug. 20 ;
Major, P 12 June, 40.
ENSIGN.

36
21
18
20
14
17
10
33
14
12

CAPTAINS.
Edward Goate3
John Rowley Heyland . .
J. H. Oakes Moore ....
John Oliver Munton ....

0 May 06
8 Jan. 24
25 Oct. 27
30 June 25
f 5 April 31
1 Edward H. Hutchineon. . P 20 Mar. 27
P 19 May 25
15
3 Oct. 05
6fS
P26 Apr. 31
0
0
P22 Mar. 33
4ft
0
0
0
0

LIEUTENANTS.

10
20
12
11
10
8
17
7
0
6
5

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Thcophilus Paris, d. pm. P 8 Apr. 26


10 Feb. 25
Oliver Nicolls Chatterton P26July 33
Geo. Grauville Baker. . . . P 1 Aug. 34
P20 Mar. 36
P 29 Dec. 37
2 Oct. 28
Frederick Philip Glubb
27 July 38
P27
Sept. 39
Win. Thomas Harris ....
Robert Henry Price .... P31 Dec. 39
26 June 40
Archibald Tisdall

6
3
3
3
2
1
1
1
1

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

ENSIGNS.
Fred. George Elkington. . P 4 Sept. 40
Win. Klin I,;, Guate .... 16 April 42
Walter Cuming, d. ad. . . 20 May 42
Edward Bowen Cooke . . P 16 Aug. 42
i'25 Aug. 43
Henry S. Bowman, adj.
13 Oct. 43
M. VillicrsSankey Morton P 3 May 44
Augustus William Ord . . P SO Sept. 44
Charles Miller Layton . . P 6 Dec. 44

2
5
10
6
4

LIEUT.

8 Jan. 07
P 7 Jan. 26
P20Apr. 31
17 Aug. 32
P 1 Aug. 34
P10 Sept. 29
P 6 June 27
18 June 07
P20 Mar. 36
P 17 June 36

CAPTAIN.

27 June
P 12 Apr.
P31 Dec.
P20 Mar.
P 17 June
P 8 June
23 July
25 Mar.
P 31 Dec.
P16 Dec.

11
31
33
35
36
38
38
13
30
40

DBEV.-MAJ.

22 July 30

10 Jan. 37

2 Major Tennant wired at


the sleze of Flushing, in 1809.
3 Major Goate's services :
Expedition to Germany in IMS
under LordCathcart; storming
the heiphts of Soril, siege of
Port Bourbon, and capture of
Martinique in 1808 ; Nepaul
war in 1815, and was engaged
on the heightsof Muckwanpore 15th Dec.jcaptureof HatIraM in 1816; Mahratta and
Pindarree campaigns of 1817
and 18 ; Burmese war In 1835
and 20.
4 Major Cooper served at
Walchcren in 1809, and subse
quently in the American War.
S Doctor FJ urbairn served with the 41st
throughout tli e campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan, and was present it the eniragemcnts on the i 8th March and 28th April in
the Pi sheen \ alley ; In those near Candatmr, at Goal ae, and before Ohuznee ; occupatlon and destruction of that fortress
and of Cabool ; expedition into Kohisian ;
storm, capture, and destruction of Istaliff, and
the various mi lor affairs in and between tinBolan and the Khyhcr Passes.

P 25 Aug. 29
17 Apr. 30
P 5 Aug. 36
23 July 38
7 Aug. 38
P15 Dec. 40
P10 May 33
15 April 42
P 7 July 43
P 3 Mav 44
P 20 Sept. 44

Paymaster.
0 Adjutant.Ent H. Samu el Bowman, 1 3 Oct. 43..
0 Quarter-Master.George Cole, 15 Dec . 40.
0 Surgeon.David Lister, H July, 41 ; A ttitt.-Surg. 1 3 Oct. 27 ; Uotp.-Attitt.
2(i Oct. 26.
0 A ssiitant-Stergeoni.Wm Augustus H ;ise, M.D. 18 Dct. 30.
0
Will am Home Fa irbairn,* M.D , 11 June, 41.
Facing! Blue.A genti, Messrs. Cox & Co.JritA Agents, Sir E. R. Borough,
Bart., Annit & Co.

I Sir Richard Jackson served in Ireland during the Rebellion, in 1708 ; on the expedition to the north
of Germany, in 1800 ; expedition to and siege of Copenhagen, In 1807. Kmbarked with a detachment of UM
Coldstreatn Guards for Cadit, in March, 1810, and was present at the defence of Cadix, and t: e battle of
Barrosa. Served also the campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, and 14, as an Assistant Quarter-Master General, in
cluding the battle of Fuenles d'Onur, siege of Ciudud Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, passage of the Bidassoa,
battle of the Nivell*, package of the Nive, and battle between the Nive and Adour, 13th Dec., action of St.
Palais, battle of Orthet, action of Aire, and battle of Toulouse. Croat and two clasps for the battles of
Bnrrosa, Fuentes d'Ooor, Salamanca, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthet.
180

36/A ( The Herefordshire) Regt. of Foot.

1 87

Finn."" HINDOOSTAN"" ROLEIA"" VIMIERA"" CORUNNA"" 8ALA_MANCA"" PYRENEES"" NIVELLE"" N1VE"" ORTHES"
" TOULOUSE"" PENINSULA."
Years' Sen .
Colonel.
67
Full Half
Pay. Pay.

37

<H?

29

2ft

19

33

fc
0
0
0

, 19
1

20
26
27
13
9
9
8
15
15
10

17
8

1 e
8
6
6
4
4

a
9
3

*TJ

"A0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3fk
0
0
0
0

o
0

0
0
0
0

S
2
2
2
I
1
1
25

1GA

4
1 10
90

0
0
0

11

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

Sir Roger Hale Sheaffe,' Bart. Ens. 1 May, 1778 ; Lieut. 27 Dec. 80 ; Capt. 0
May, 95; Major, 13 Dec. 97 ; Lieut.-Col. 22 March, 98; Col. 25 April 1808 ;
Major-Gen. 4 June, 11 ; Lieut.Gen. 19 July, 21 ; General, 28 Juue,38 ; Col.
36 Regt. 21 Dec. 29.
Lieut.-Colonel.
y Archibald M. Maxwell,1 KH. 2nd.it. B. Artillery, 1 July, 01 ; Lieut. 17 May,
03 ; Capt. 1 Feb. 08 ; Brevet-Major, 27 May, 25 ; Major, 12 Dec. 26;
Lieut.-Col. P 25 Nov. 28 ; Col. 23 Nov. 41.
Majors.Charles Ashmore, Ens. 25 Dec. 13; Lieut. 13 April, 20; Capt. P 19
Aug. 28 ; Major, P 15 Dec. 40.
Charles Trollope, Ens. P 19 Nov. 25; Lieut. P 10 Oct. 26; Capt. P23 Aug. 31 ;
Major, P16 June, 43.
CAPTAIN.
HHEV.-MAJ.
CAPTAINS.
P John De Lacy
30 May 09 15 June 11 13 Feb. 27 23 Nov. 41
Edward R. King
16 Feb. 20 31 July 28 P 4 Dec. 32
P 6 Mar. 28 P 21 Aug. 35 P 2 April 41
Lorenzo Rothe
9 April 25 P 30 Aug. 26 30 Oct. 40
John Maule
Robert Stuart Ridge1
8 Sept. 14 28 Dec. 21 29 Sept. 37
P Charles Mortimer6 .. 20 Nov. 06
9 Feb. 08
9 Mar. 24 28 June 38
2 Nov. 32 24 Feb. 37 P 16 June 43
Charles A. Goodman
P15
April
30
P
22
Sept. 43
1 1 Jan. 39
James Nugent
Tho.MathiagLuzWcgueliri P 23 Dec. 30 P 28 June 39 P 29 Dec. 43
Edward Charles Butler. . P 13 Jan. 37 P 5 Mar. 41 P23 Aug. 44
LIEUTENANTS.
P 8 June 30 8 June 35
John Pratt, r
P 16 July 30 P 6 May 86
John Fleury
24 July 35 P 28 Nov. 37
Arthur Kinloch
Mortimer served on
Thomas Henry Bristow.. 2 Apr. 25 9 Mar. 27 the6 Major
expedition under Sir it.
P 24 Mar. 37 P 2 April 41 Spencer whit h joined Sir A.
Wm. Ward Abbott
Wellesley's army, and us pre
Charles Wilson Garden . . P 20 Oct. 37 1 Dec. 41 sent
at the battle* or Kaleia and
Robert Hallowell Carew P 28 Nov. 37 PIS May 42 Viiniera.
Proceeded from thence,
11 Jan. 39 P 22 July 42 to Oporto, and joined S.r John
Henry W. Palmer
Edw. Warwick Harvey, *. 21 June 39 P30 Dec. 42 Moore's army, anu was preaei.t
the battle of Corunna. Ac
Henry Arch. C'ubitt, adj. 12 Mar. 41 21 Sept. 43 at
his rcgl. to WalciieP 2 April 41 P 22 Sept. 43 companied
Richard Lloyd
rrii, and was pr sent at the
James Treva. Bettcsworth P 13 May 42 P 2 Feb. 44 siege of Flushing. Served after*
44 wards with the grenadier cumJohn Arthur Brockman . . 20 May 42 PpO-7 June
A..- AA V*"y "'nr Malaga and at the
John Matthew Pochin .. P 22 July 42
J Aug. - Imtlleof Barrosa. Sul)*ei|iiently
ENSIGNS.
loined the army under the Duke of Wellington,
Wm. Ryland Rainsford . . P 6 Jan. 43 und was present at the battles of Vittoria, Pyre
nees, Nivetle (severely wounded), and Ortiies ;
P 16 June 43 after
Frederick Palmer
he accompanied his regt. to Ame
7 July 43 rica, which,
Roger Barnston
and wn* present at the biege of Fort Erie,
Geo. Rob. Jas. Marshall
23 Sept. 43 when he defended No. 1 battery with the grena
dier company until supported by the re-gt., and
Wm. Hamilton Fortescue P 2 Feb. 44 also
at Chippowa.
P 7 Jane 44
Daniel Tom
George Biruey
P 23 Aug. 44
Paymaster.Humphrey Hen. Carmichael, 24 Feb. 14; Em. 24 Sept. 03 ; LUut.
27 Nov. 06; dipt. 31 Dec. 12.
Adjutant.LUut. H. A. Cubitt, 23 June, 43.
Quarter-Master.William Stuart, 10 July, 35.
Surgeon.John James Russell, M.D. 11 June, 41 ; Assist.-Svrg. 25 April, 26 ;
Hosp.-Assist. 16 June, 25.
Attut.-Surg.Charles Scott, M.D. 7 Nov. 34.

Facings Grass Green.Agents, Messrs. Price ic. Son.Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Burough, lit.,
Arinit & Co.
[Returned from N. America, 23 May, 1842.]
I Sir Roger Sheafie served in Holland in 171)9; and in the expc-jlti' n to the llaltic, in 1801, under Sir
Hyde Parker and Lord Nelson. The Americans having invaded Upper Canada at Queenstown on the 13lh
Oct. 1812, and Oent-ral Brock, commanding in the province, having fallen in a gallant effort with an inuiJequate force to oppose them, they posted themselves on a woody height above Queenslown. Major-General
SbeanY, on whom the command devolved, assembled some regular troops and militia, with a few Initiunit,
and on the same day attacked and completely defeated them, their commanding General delivering hia
sword to Major-General ShcafTe, and surrendering his surviving troops on the field of battletheir number
far exceeding the assailants. For these services Sir Roger was created a Daronet.
* Colonel Maxwell served the campaign in Calabria, and commanded the artillery Hint besieged Scylla
Castle. Served subsequently on the Katern coast of Spain ; embarked with Lord William Ilentlnck from
Tarragona, after having assisted at two sieges of that fortress ; took port in the Italian campaign, and was
Brigade-Major to the artillery at the capture of Genoa.
4 Major De Lacy served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to the end of the war. Including the battles of
Bunco and Albuhera, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and Dadajoi, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees
(t July, to 2 Aug.), Nivelle.Orthes, and Toulouse. Received a gun-shot wound in the right arm at Vlltoria.
Has served seven years in the West Indies sinca the peace.
a Captain R. 8. Ridge served the Mahratta and Plndarrce campaigns of 1817 and 18, and afterwards with
the expedition to th Persian Gulf, including the liege of Itas-el-Kyma.

Nth (The North Hampshire) Regt. of Foot.

188

(Head Quartera at
L
Gosport.

" MINDEN"" TO URNAY"" PENINSULA."


Yean' Ben.
Colonel.
Hon. Sir Alexander Duff,1 GCH. Era. 23 May, 1793; Lieut. 15 Jan. 04;
52
Cap*.
16
Jan.
94;
Major,
28
Mar.
94; Lieut.-Col. 14 April, 98; Col. 15
Full Half
April, 1808; Major-Gen. 4 June, 11 j Lieut.-Gen. 19 July, 21; Gen. 2U
1'uy. Pay.

20
19
18

June, 38; Col. 37th Regt. 20 July, 31.


Lieut.-Colonel.
Joseph
Bradshaw, Em. P 12 May, 25 ; Lieut, f 12 Dec. 26 ; Capt. P 2 Dec. 31 }
0
Major, P9 Dec. 36; Lieut.-Col. P27 Aug. 41.
Majori.
0 Francis Skelly, Eta. P 6 July, 26; Lieut. 18 Sept. 28; Capt. P21 Sept. 32;
Major, P2 July, 41.
0 Gilbert Wm. Francklyu, Ens. P30 April, 27; Lieut. 23 Nov. 30; Capt. vQ
Dec, 36 ; Major, P27 Aug. 41.

,.

ENSIGN.

31
15

13
17
18
10
10
14
9
8
13
8
8
7
8
7
7
8
5
7
4
3
4

0
0
0
hi
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

8
3
8
20

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

4
4
3
3
2
2
2
1

LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

BKKV.-MAJ.

14 April 14 10 April 25 9 Oct. 37


8 June 30 P 21 Sept. 32 P 15 Feb. 39
William Clay
Patrick Fran. Durham . . P21 Sept. 32 P 10 July 35 P 1 Mar. 39
Brownlow Villiers Layard3 24 July 23 20 Jan. 26 P 21 Nov. 34
Thos. Edmund Le Blanc 10 May 27 P 2 Dec. 31 30 April 41
Chas. Aug. Parkinson . . P 10 July 35 P 6 April 38 P 2 July 41
nil July 35 9 July 38 P 29 Oct. 41
28 Oct. 31 26 July 37 P 18 Feb. 42
Eliott Thomas Scward . . P 9 Dec. 36 P 15 Feb. 39 P 17 June 42
Charles Francis Shum . . P 12 May 37 P 1 Mar. 39 P20 Sept. 44
LIEUTENANTS.
Henry Edward Manners P 29 June 32 9 July 35
26 May 37 P 21 June 39
P 6 Oct. 37 P 28 July 40
John Hunter Mushet . . P 19 Oct. 38 P21 Feb. 40
Arthur M. Alex. Bowers P 29 Dec. 37 P 2 July 41
Henry John Curteis .... P 6 April 38 P27 Aug. 41
Herbert Russell Manners 28 Aug. 38 7 Jan. 42
Jones Butler Staveley . . P 27 Oct. 37 P 16 Aug. 39
Robert Preseott Harrison P 28 July 40 P 17 June 42
17 Aug. 38 31 Oct. 40
P 18 May 41 P17 Nov. 43
P
Samuel Le Hunt Hobson 14 June 42 P 5 July 44
P 2 July 41 P 20 Sept. 44
ENSIGNS.
Geo.Aug. Joe. M'Clintock P27 July 41
i' 29 Oct. 41
Joseph Jones, adjutant. . 7 Jan. 42
Wm. Joseph Bazalgctte . . P17 June 42
Cha. Alex.Boswell Gordon "21 April 43
Albemarle Bertie Cator P 23 June 43
P 17 Nov. 43
P 20 Sept. 44
James Henry Wyatt
Paymaster.Wm. Geo. Menzies Clibborn, 22 July, 42; Era. 17 Nov. 37;
Adjutant.Ens. Joseph Jones, 2 April, 42.
[Lieut. 30 April, 41.
Quarter-Master.Richard Hamilton, 2 Nov. 37.
Surgeon.Alex. Browne, M.D. 22 Nov. 39; Aisist.-Su.rg. 3 Aug. 26; Hosp.Aitut.lOJune, 25.
Atfist.-Surg.Alexander Forteath, M.D. 10 Feb. 43.
Facing! Yellow.Agent, Charles R. M'Grigor, Esq.

[Returned from Nova Scotia, 17 Jan. 1842.]


1 Sir Alex. Dull'smol In Flanders; accompanied tho expedition Ipom the Eait Indict to Keypt, when lie
irrved until tho pence of 1802. Sir Alei. commanded the centre column in the attack upon liumot Ajtna,
8 Captain Layard served with the Uth at ih< siege and storm of Bhurtpora In 1690.

^iWi*.] 38<A (*** Staffordshire}^, of Foot.


MOXTI VIDEO"" ROLEIA"" VlKIEBA"" COBUJIHA"BOSACO"" BADAJOZ'" ""SALAHAHOA"
" VITIOBIA"" ST. SEBASTIAS"" NIVB" PBHIKBDI.A"" AVA."
Colonel.
Tn- gerr.
I Hon. Hugh Arbnthnott,' CB. En*. 18 May, 06; Lt. 15 Sept. 96; Capt.
49
20 March, 99; Major, 23 Nov. 04; Lt.-Col. 9 May, 11 ; Col. 19 July, 21 ;
Major-Gen. 22 July, 30; Lt.-Oen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Col. 38th Regt. 4 April 43.
Full Half
Paj. Pay.
Lieut.-Colonel.
Sir John Campbell,' Sort. Ens. 26 Nov. 21 ; Lieut. \ July, 24; Capt. P 11 July,
23 !ft
20 ; Afq/er, P 29 Dec. 37 ; iieuf.-CW. P 7 Aug. 40.
21
0* Majort.John Jackson Lowth', Em. 8 July, 24 ; /.;,...'. 11 Sept. 25 ; Capt.
P23 Mar. 32 ; Major, r 12 June, 40.
17 0 Henry Knight Storks, Em. P 10 Jan. 28 ; Lieut. 1 2 Mar. 82 ; Capt. P 30 Oct. 35 ;
Major, P 7 Aug. 40.

30
27
29
14
20
19
13
24
13
9
20
11
8
8
7
7
8
7

7
6

6
6
6
3
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
19
8
5
25
4
1

0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0

CAPTAINS.
James Pattoun Sparks . .
Robert Carr
i J Robert \Voodhonse4 . .
Jos. Samuel Adamson . . P
John W S Smith

A0
0
0
0
0

LIEUT.

30 July 18
29 Dec. 23
5 June 12
P 27 Sept. 33
P 17 May 27
P 26 Mar. 29
4 Aug. 37
18 Sept. 24
P 22 Aug. 37
30 Oct. 40

2 Dec. 25
16 May 34
22 Aug. 37
P 23 Aug. 37
P 9 Jan. 38
11 May 38
P 10 Feb. 37
P 19 Oct. 38
P 9 Nov. 38
31 May 39
P 1 Mur. 39
P 21 Sept. 39
P 7 Aug. 40

25 Sept. 28
P 29 Dec. 37
P 4 May 39
P21 Sept. 39
P 12 June 40
P 7 Aug. 40
21 Apr. 39
17 Nov. 40
P 8 Nov. 42
P 14 Apr. 43
P29 Dec. 40
P 5 Dec. 43
22 Mar. 44

0
0 Valentine Fred. Story
LIEUTENANTS.
0
0 Thomas Anderson, d. pm.
0
0 Robert Charles Sinclair. .
0 Charles John Prichard . .
0 John Robert Jackson
0 Adam Hackctt, d. adj. . .
0 Charles Robbing Maxwell
0
0 Robert Scott
0
0 James Jarvis
0
ENSIGNS.
0 Edward Thomas Gloster
0 Hugh Rich. Kirwau Uurly
0
0 Frederick Hugonin . . . .
0
0 Fiennes Arthur Quartlcy
0

ENSIllK.

27 July 15
9 April 18
17 Aug. 09
15 Mar. 31
9 April 25
P 22 April 20
3 Feb. 32
26 Nov. 21
P 4 May 32
. . P25 Nov. 36

CAPTAIN.

BREV.-HAJ.

5 Sept. 26 23 Nov. 41
11 Dec. 31
21 April 33
1 Dec. 37
P 4 May 39
P 10 April 40
P 7 Aug. 40
20 Sept. 40
P 14 Apr. 43
P26 May 44
2 Sir John C smpbell srrved
throughout the llumieie war,
from 1 .'I. Aprl 1, i- ; to Its
conclusion In Feb. 18X6, as
Aide-de-camp U Sir Archibald
Campbell.
3 Major Low h Mr*e<i with
the 381 b in the Burmese war,
und was pre*en at the affairs
of Sembike ant Ncpadie, and
attack and capti ire of .Mi'll.iun
and of I'Hghmn Hew.
4 Capt. Won i.i. .ii-n served
in the Peninflula from January
1809, to Dec. 1 611, Including
the battles of Tu avero, Uuvaco,
and Puentes d'C taor, and siege
of Badajoz.

P 13 May 42
6 Captain Tu lor served throu ghout the HurP 6 Jan. 43 mese
war.
P 30 May 43 0 Lieut. Sou HI ill nerved In the Burmese
f 21 July 43 war from Nov. 1825, to la cone [union in 1838.
P 20 Oct. 43
6 Dec. 43
22 Mar. 44
4 Oct. 44
Paymaster.Wm. F. Vernon, 9 July, 30; JEns. 1 June, 20; Lieut. 5 July, 27.
Adjutant.Lieut. C. Frith, 17 Nov. 40.
Quarter-Master.James Twibill, 8 May, 40; Eng. 7 May, 40.
Surgeon.Hugh Lindsay Stuart, 17 Sept. 39; Asslvt.-Surgeon, 15 Dec. 2*5 ;
A ftut.-Surgeons,Edward Le Blanc, 24 May, 41.
[Hosp.-Asxist. 28 Dec. 30.
Robert Browne, 1 March, 44.

Facings Yellow.Agents, Cox &. Co.Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane & Co.
1 Lieut.-General the Honourable Hugh Arbuthnott served with the 49th at the Helder, In 1799; alto on
the expedition to the Baltic, and battle of Copenhagen, in 1801. In July 1007, embarked with the expe
dition to Zealand, and waa present at the siege and capture of Copenhagen. Accompanied the expedition to
Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, and was present at the battle of
Corunna. Served also in the Peninsula under the Duke of Wellington, and commanded the 62nd at the
battle of Busaco, for which he has rcrtived a modal.
& LL Coi. Hairelock wired in the Burmese war In 1684, 25, and 26, a Drp. Assist. Adjt.- General, anil WM present at the
capture of Krtaundlnr, Knmaroot, nivl MeIloon,aDiiln the action of Pagham Hew, Served with the arm; of thr Imlui and In
Affgbaoittan in 1839. 41, and 4S, as Aide-de-Camp to Sir Willouchbj Cotton, Persian Interpreter to Maj. Gen. Elphinstunc
td to Sir Robt. Sale, ami Drp. A*siit Adjt-Gen. in Sir Geo. Pollock's force, In which army be was attached to the infantry
dhitoo of four brigades commanded by Sir John M'Casklll i present at the torn and capture of Ohuinee, In the tevrral
action in forcing the panel between Cabool & Jpllalabad in 1841, and at the defence of tbo latter place In 1641 and 42. Com
manded the right column In the attack on M*homnied Akbar's camp on the 7th April 1842, for wblch and preceding services
fee waa ftmuutt*! to toe rank of Major by Brevet, and appointed a Companion of the Bath. He was aim present In the action
at Teiren. at the re- capture of Cabool, aud was senior officer of the Staff during; the raeceedlnir operation! In the Kohtstan
Uiier Sir John M'Caakill. and at the attack on and capture of Istalif. Served on thr general staff In the action of Maharmjpore.
16 Major Campbell. Capt*, Herbert and Pnscr, LUnits. Atkinson, Gray, \v. HimUi^e, Walker, Hamilton, Currie, Uaultaln,
Harvey, Tinley, Flynn, ColU, Gee, Newport, and Gaynnr, and Dr. James, vervvd with thr RcgL at the action of
Habarajporc on the TOth Dec. 1M3. Major Campbell. Captain Herbert, and Lleuts. Currle and Newport, were s!t|bU*/
*oniMied i and Lieuta. Atkinson, and II. Gray were severely wounded.
1 1 Captain Young was at the storming and capture ol Forts Comma (led the Forlorn Hope), Gunnowrl, and Ownona, In
dia* in 1007. Served the campaigns against Nepaul and the Mahrattas.
13 CcpL Strachan and Lieut. Flynn served the campaign afalnst the Rajah of Coorg, In 1634.
13 Capt. Dumford served at Uw capture of the !! of France In 1810 In the eipeditlon tn Java in 1911 ( capture of Kandy in
tttt j in UN Kandy an rebtllion In 1&17 and 1 i and In th action of Maharajpore, 19th Dee. it.

it
1811,
until
in
Mserved
the
editer anean Pu'ris,
Iin
r'and
elrmut
ianimn;
istncuend'i Kurepto
n1809,
when
rit
Jionune,
1
scueladedwLen
1758,
until
rwhere
in
early
it
e1754,
mained it
agalnit
oApril
the
in
and
18S4;
penration!
which
went
Id
171)5,
in
aryear
lterlaomnd Pthe
Gibagain
and
IMinorca,
to
raltar,
reland,-and

ervi'ce'ju^wifJ'l

&$& (TIiA Dorsetshire) Regiment of j ^OOt.

PSer*10* alDiDaxptf.

" Montis /Hiw7*w CoVjsj


' Primu* In IndU." " PLASSEY""GIBRALTAR"with the Cattle and .Key,
" ALBUI BB4"" VITTORJA"" PY11ENBE3""HIVELLB" "NlVH" M OaTHM"" PwriHBOi.A**

MAHAH.JPOKS."
Colonel.
Veurs' 8erv.

1813,
Dec.
13th
the
;nch
before
Baonarmy
von e

08
Full Hall
Pay. Pay.

32

27

1ft

39

29

$ Sir Frederick Phibpse Robinson,1 GCB. Em. Feb . 1777 ; Lieut. \ Sept 7!
Capt. 3 July, 94 ; Major, 1 Sept. 94 ; Lieut.-Col. 1 J an. 1800; Col. 25 July, U
Major-Gen. 4 June, 13; Lieut.-Gen.21 May, 25 ; ( Hen. 23 NOT. 41 ; Col.3&\
Regt. 15 June, 40.
Lieut.-Colonelt.Thomas Wright,8 CB. Ens. 18 Deo .12; Lieut. 22 April, 1-$
Capt. v 14 July, 25 ; Major, v 10 March, 37 ; Lieu t.-CoL 24 Apr. 39.
Horatio Walpole,3 Eta. & Lieut. 8 May, 17; Capt. til Jan. 25; JtfVyVw, "17 No.
37 ; Lieut.-Col. 18 May, 40.
Majors.Edw. Wm. Bray,4 CB. Era. 12 Jan. 05 ; Lt .20 Apr. 08; Capt.G Ap,
19 ; Brev.-Major, 10 Jan. 37 ; Major, 9 Nov. 41.; Brev. Lt.-Col. 30 Apr. 44
Hen. Havelock,5 CB., . 2d Lt. 20 July, 15; Lt. P24 Oct, 21; Capt. 5 June 3?
Brevet- Major, 4 Oct. 42 ; Major, 30 June 43; Brei j. Lt. Col. 30 April 44.
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LIEUT.

CAPTAIN.

BKRV.-HAJ

CAPTAINS.
P 13ApriI2G P 27 April 27 P 8 May 35
William Wood6
6 April 31 25 Mar. 33 P 28 Dec. 38 30 Apr. 4^
Marmaduke Geo. Nixon'
1 Aug. 25 24 Apr. 39
Henry Francis Stokes8 . . 24 July 23
4 April 32 P 19 July 33 P 15 Dec. 40
Robert Newport Tlnley8
P 18 Jan. 31
2 Sept. 34 P31 Dec. 41
Arthur Herbert10
1 Aug. 10 30Mav 34
3 Dec. 07
3 May 33 24 April 43 30 April*
Charles D. Campbell10 . . P 9 Aug. 27
5 June 43
2 June 35
21 Sept. 32
Henry A. Strachan12
9 July 29 27 Aug. 43
Abra. Collis Anderson,*. 12 June 23
/Eneas William Fraser10 P C June 34 P 4 Mar. 36 27 Sept. 44
LIEUTENANTS.
H. Wayct Davenport. . . . P 30 May 35 P 2 Dec. 36
3 Feb. 37 S Lieut -Col. Writhi MTT*4 e*
James S. Atkinson10 .... 30 Sept. 30
P 30 Oct. 35 P 10 Mar. 37 campaign nfaiiu..{the Rajah of CV
Wm. Clargcs Wolfe
in 1634. In 1*39 tar wu rn:i*T
P 4 Mar. 30 P17 Nov. 37 in
Edward Croker,10 adj
the operation* <va.nct Kur-jil
J. Fitz Roy Dalrymple . . P 2 Dec. 36 P 8 Dec. 37 and was severely and danerro**)1'
1 July 38 wounded at the affair of Zonp*
25 Mar. 30
the Iftlh of Octbbrr. Hr am
21 Oct. 36 23 Mar. 39 on
Wordsworth Smith
lUAndvd a BriiTi.de in Uw a>*t>c .->
P 10 Mar. 37 24 Apr. 39 Maltarajpore on th* 39th Dwu 1-^1
William Hardinge10
3 LL-Col. Wmlpole merrrd ml
7 April 37 13 Oct. 39 campaign
Charles J. Walker10
against the Rajah a1
9 Dec. 37 19 Oct. 3!) Coor, in 1834.
Tho. Sargent Little, r. . .
4
LL.t'i.l.
Bray srrrrd tb- MJ*.
P17
Feb.
38
P
19
July
311
Chas. Tho. Hamilton10.. .
raita canipaitn* of 1817. IK, an..
Robert Hamilton Currie'" P 28 Dec. 38 P 14 Feb. 40 and
was present at the ties'* ^
9 NOT. 38 18 May 40 captures or Rr>{hur, Amubu>T. r;
Owen Wynne Gray6 . . .
27 June 34 20 Oct. 40 Asrfrghur. lie was on boaid .U
Theodore M. Haultain10
ship Kent, wbtch tl
25 Jan. 39 P 15 Dec. 40 unfurlunate
James C Harvey10
burnt in the Bay of Bt*tat, ft
Wm. Newport Tinley10.. P 15 Nov. 39 Pll June 41 March, 1826. Commanded tt* 3..
9 Jan. 40 17 June 41 in the action of MaJmrajpore, >!
Patrick Flynr.12
was severely wounded.
Robert Stacey Colls10 . . 14 Feb. 40 24 April 43 6 CapL Wood and Lta. Cn*i
18 Sept. 40
5 June 43 and O. W. Gray were prev^nl at *l
of Zonipoie new Kvrnocl
James Henry Archer. . . . P15 Dec. 40 P22 Dec. 43 affair
the 18th Oct. 1839. Also is fi
3 Aug. 41
2 July 44 action at Uaharmjpore, 19 Dee. l^D
Simon George Newport10
2 Aug. 44 in whieh battle Lt. Croker *n<.-:t
Henry Droz Gaynor 10 . . P31 Dec. 41
Aasirtant Quarter Mtutrr OeDfrnJ I
Lindsay Farrington .... 23 June 43 27 Sept. 44 the
3rd Division.
7 Major Nixon KTVfd the eampftign M**0*! ^
ENSIGNS.
Rajah
of
Coor;
li
i
\tSU
; and In the acttom at M<tb>
10 Nov. 43 rajport: on the 21
D*w. 1843, he served m Ma>*H
24 Nov. 43 Brigade bi the 5lh th
Henry Elmhirst Reader
Brigade,
John Mapcs Webb Ensor P 22 Dec. 43 8 Captain Stoke s served in the 38th thrwifb^t ', i
war ; n id with the 39ih in the artl *
Geo. Fred. Campbell Bray 22 Mar. 44 MBunnex?
AhfirKJpore.
John Rich. S. FitzGerald 29 Mar. 44 9 Captain Tin! y served the nmpcJjrD afhvl &
25 June 44 Rajah of Cttorg in 1834. In the action at Ms.hanj> >
Dec.