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I Sept.54 13 Dec. 59 21 June 71 1 Oct. 57 I Oct, 81 King's Own Borderers (25 F.) p.8.c. Thomas Erskine Arthur Hall,

Lt. Col. h.p. 49 Foot; Professor at the 2 Sept 53 5. June 55 11 day 60 28 June 71 1 Oet, 771 1 Oct. 8123

Staff College
James N. Colthurst, Lt. Col. Warwick-

14 Oct. 51 11 May 55 17 Nov. 03 28 June 71 1 Oct. 7 . Oct, 81 shire Regt. (6 F.) Thomas R. Stevenson, CB, Lt.Colonel

4 Jan. 61/16 Jan. 63 23 Mar. 66 28 Juno 71 1 Oct. 771 1 Oct. 81 Irish Fusiliers (87 F.) Arthur Hare Vincent, Lt. Col. 3 Hussars 29 Dec. 571 9 Apr. 61 14 Aug. 67 28 June 71

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1 Oct. 81 Henry Parnell, CB.Lt.Col. The Buffs (3 P.) 23 May s5 9 Nov.55 5 Sept. 62 12 July 71 1 Oct. 77 1 Oct. 81 Malcolm J. R. MacGregor, Lt. Col.

20 June 57 23 Apr. $817 Nov. 63 22 July 71 1 Oct. 77 . Oct. Si Irish Regt. (18 F.) Francis D. Walters, Lt. Col. South Lancashire Regt. (82 F.).

6 June 54 9 Feb. 55 12 May 57 ) Sept. 71 1 Oct. 77 1 Oct. 81 P.8.c. Harry A. Brett, Lt. Col. Oxford.

8 Sept. 54 1 May $5 -9 July 62 20 Sept.711 1 Oct. 27 1 Oct. 91 shire Light Infantry (43 F.) Dawson S. Warren, CB. Lt. Col. West

19 Dec. 51 16 Dec. 5310 Apr. 57 3 Nov.71 1 Oct. 77 1 Oct. 81 Yorkshire Regt. (:4 F.) John Mervin C. Drake, 160 CB. Lt. Col. h.p. Royal Engineers

17 Dec. 51 17 Feb. 54 1 Apr. 59 5 July 72 1 Oct. 771 Oct. 81/6 Henry Jas. Alderson, 183 Lt. Col. h.p. R.

1 Apr. 598 5 July 72 1 Oct. 771 i Oct. 81 Art.; Assist. Dir. of artillery f Stores § 23 June 52 17 Feb. 54 Fred. Geo. Ravenhill, 194 Lt. Col. h.p. R.

23 June Art.Inspectorof Purchaserof Ilorses, R. AS

52 17 Feb. 54 i Apr. 59 5 July 72 - Oct. 77 - Oct. 31 1 John F. Dykes Donnelly,185 Lt.Col, h.p.? Royal Engineers.

22 June 53 17 Feb. 54 1 Apr. 59 5 July 72 1 Oct. 171 1 Oct, 811 : Lonsdale Augustus Halo, Lt. Col. h.p. 21 Dec. 53 21 Mar. 54 10 May 59 5 July 72

1 Oct. 81116 R. Eng.; Professor at the Staff College p.s.c. Fra. Towry Adeane Law, 190 CB.

Lt. Col. h.p. Roy, Art.; A. A. & R.M. 22 Dec. 5217 Feb. 5425 Sept.59 5 July 72 1 Oct. 771 1 Oct. 81/12

Gen. Woolrich
Major Francis Downes, 191 Lt. Col.h.p. R.)

1 Oct. 81 A.;Col.Com.Colonial Forces S. Australia 22 Dec. 52 17 Feb. 54 14 Nov. 59 5 July 72 1 Oct. 77 Falkland Geo. Edgeworth Warren, 192

22 Dec. 32 17 Feb. 54 14 Nov. 58 5 July 72 CMG. Lt. Col. h.p. Royal Artillery

1 Oct. 81 Robert N. Dawson-Scott, Lt. Col. h.p.

14 Aug. 54 16 Aug. 54 28 Nov. 59 5 July 72 1 Oct. 77 1 Oct, 81 Royal Engineers Walter Wm. Woodward, Lt. Col. R. Art. 9 Dec. 52 27 Apr. 5818 Feb. 61 5 July 72 3 Oct. 77 1 Oct. 81 Joseph Beatty, It. Col. Royal Engineers 9 Dec. 52 23 Jan. 56 25 Sept.61 5 July 72

I Oot. 81 Arthur Moffatt Lang, Lt. Col. Royal Eng. 12 June 52 10 Mar. 57 18 Mar. 62 5 July 72

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1 Oct. 81 Charles Simeon Thomason, Lt. Col. R. Eng 12 June 52 6 June 57 1 July 62 5 July 72

1 Oct, 81 Salusbury Thomns Trevor It. Col. R.Eng. 9 Dec. 52 6 June 57 15 July 62 5 July 72 1 Oct. 17 1 Oct. 81 John Hills, C.B. Lt. Col. Royal Engineers. 8 June 54' 5 Nov. 57 i Sept.63

1 Oct. 81 John Charles Tayler, Lt. Col. Royal Art. 9 Dec. 5331 May 58 29 Feb. 64 5 July 22 1 Oct. 27 1 Oct. 81 Henry Montgomery Finlay, Lt. Col. R.?

o Dec. 53 27 Aug. 58 29 Feb. 64 5 July 72 Artillery

1 Oct. 81 Wm. Henry V'Causland, Lt.Col. R. Art. 8 June 54 27 Aug. 58 10 June 64 5 Jnly 72

1 Oct. 81 Frederick Edw. Hadow, LI. Col. R. Art.... 8 June 54 27 Aug. 5817 June 64 5 July 72 1 Oct. 77 1 Oct. 81 Horatio Powys Lane, Lt. Col. Royal Art. 8 June 55 27 Aug. 58 7 Jan. 65 5 July 72

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1 Oct. 81 Joseph H. Maskery, Col. and Com. R. Mar. 14 Nov. 48 18 Sept. 52 20 Apr. 60 27 Aug. 72

1 Oct. 81 George Bryuges, Lt. Col. R. Marine Art. 30 Dec. 4813 Dec. 5213 July 60 6 Apr. 73

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1 Oct. 81 George Frederick Gildea, Lt. Col. Scots Fusiliers (21 F.)

14 Apr. 48 6 Aug. 5210 Sept. 58 5 July 72 25 Aug. 791 1 Oct. 81 2.8.c, Clifford Parsons, Lt. Col. h.p. 3 F.

16 Felv. 49'10 Dec. 52 25 Sept. 55 19 Nov. 712 Oct. 77'10 Dec. 80/24 Deputy Judge Adcocute, Ireland p.n.c. Hon. G. P. H. Villiers, Capt, f. Lt. Col. Gren. Guards

6 Mar. 67 19 Feb. 70

15 Sept.77 19 Oct. 81 Edw.Osborne Hewett, Lt. Col. h.p.R.Eng. 14 Aug. 54 20 Oct. 54 1 Feb. 60 5 July 72 21 Oct. 77 21 Oct. 81 21 Lionel Lowdham Brett, 193 Lt.Col. h.p. 2 West India Regiment

$15 Jan. 58 17 Jan. 60 1 May 68 I Apr. 74 31 Octa 77 31 Oct. 81 31 Thomas Phillips, Lt. Col. h.p. 18 Hussars 26 Sept. 56 26 Mar. 58 24 May 61 11 July 74 31 Oct. 77/31 Oct. 81 310 William Hull Caine, Lt. Col. R. Art. 8 June 55 27 Aug. 58 6 Feb. 65 5 July 72 11 Nov. 17 11 Nov. 81 Joseph W. Hughes, Lt. Col. Dorsetshire ?

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Malcolm C. Farrington, Lt. Col. South
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John M. de C. Meade, Col. and Com. R. Mar. 20 Feb. 49 27 Dec. 52 1 Aug. 60 23 Apr. 73 25 Dec. 77 3 Dec. 81
Constantine Phipps Carey, Lt. Col. h.p.
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Thomas Henry Way, Lt. Col. Madras S. C. 12 Dec. 51 31 Jan. 55 30 July 62 12 Dec. 71 12 Dec. 77 12 Dec. 81
Claude Malet Ducat, Lt. Col. Bombay S.C. 12 Dec. 51 21 May 55 12 Dec. 6312 Dec. 21 12 Dec. 77 12 Dec. 81
Welby W. Boddam, Lt.Col, Bengal s. C. 12 Dec. 51 22 Oct. 55 12 Dec. 63 12 Dec. 71 12 Dec. 17 12 Dec. 81
Henry R. M. Van Heythuysen, Lt. Col.
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Nowell Swanston, Li.Col. Madras S. O... 13 Dec. 51 28 Oct. 53 1 Jan. 62 13 Dec. 7113 Dec. 77 13 Dec. 81
Charles F. Bɔulton, Lt. Col. Bombay S. C. 13 Dec. 51 22 Sept. 54, 13 Dec. 63 13 Dec. 71/13 Dec. 77. 13 Dec. 81
James Giberne Bell, Lt. Col. Madras S. C. 13 Dec. 51 29 Aug. 55 13 Dec. 63 13 Dec. 71 13 Dec. 77, 13 Dec. 81
Henry A. Justice, Lt. Col. Madras S. C.... 13 Dec. 51 30 Apr. 56 13 Dec. 63/13 Dec. 71 13 Dec. 77.13 Dec. 81
Joseph Hanwell, L.Col. Royal Artillery 22 Dec. 52 17 Feb. 54 16 Mar. 60 5 July 72 15 Deo. 77 15 Dec. 81
John Rootsey Strutt, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 20 Dec. 51 23 Nov. 56 20 Dec. 6320 Dec. 21 20 Dec. 77 20 Dec. 81
Charles Brodie F. Penny, Lt. Col. R. Eng. 7 Sept.54 4 Dec. 57 1 Sept.63 5 July 72 21 Dec. 77 21 Dec. 81
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Colonel F. A. Camphill crved with the R.M. Battalion on the north coast of Spain. Served with the cannhis force before the town of Sobustopol (uring the siege in 1854-55 ; War on the expedition to and occupation of Kort and advance to Yenikali; commanded the ist Battalion of the R. M. Brigade serving in the Crimea, until the 1 of Sevastopol, also with expedition to and surrender of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, 9 Turkish Medal).

2 Colonel Cleig served in the Crimean campaign of 1851-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Meia) w Clasp, and Turkish Medal).

Colonel W. A. G. Wright served on the coast of Syria in 1840 (Medal). & Colonel I". E. Appleyard serveil with the foth Regiment in the Burmese war of 1852 (Medal with Claan Pegu, and was present at the capture of Martaban, operations before Rangoon on the 12th, 13th, ard 14th ay and capture o' the great Dagou l'agoda with the storming party; also at the capture of Prome. Server Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Royal Fasiliera, and was present at the battlos of Alma (wounded: Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, including sorties on 5th April anil 9th May, defence of the Quarries oth di and assault on the Redan 18th June wounded (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasps, Brevet of me Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Meijidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Afghan wa 1878-79 in command of tho zrid Brigade ist Division Peshawur Valley Field Force, and was present at the att and capture ot' Ali Jasjid imcutioned in viespatches), iad in the Bazar Valley Expeditiou (mentioned in despard Medal with Cla-p).

y Colonel J. T. Dalrell served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and the early part of 1855 with the 21st Fusik including the battles of Alma and Inkerian, arid siege of sebastopol (Melal with three Clasps, Brevet of W 5th C1958 of the Nedjidie and Turkish Medai).

I! Colouel Colvile served during the Indian inutiny campaign of 1857-59, and was present at the capita Kirwee, in commanded three Companies 43rd Light Infantry at the subsequent operations 1. Bundlecund, les India, uncer Brigadier Carpenter (mrntioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the New Zealand war in 1861 and was present at the engarements of Maketu au Te Ritz, and ut various operations in Taranaka. severely womer on the 22u1 Oct. 1865-right thigh-bone fractured (frequently mentioned in despatches thanked in licneral orders, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB, and Merlal.)

13 Colonel Bowles served with the 63rd Resciment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including battles of Alma, Balaklavai, and Inkerman; siege assaults and fall of sebastopol, experlition to Kertch, bomb ment and capture of Kinbourn (Mecial with four Clasps, 5th Class of the Modljidie, and Turkish Medal).

14 Colonel B. Chippindall served with the 32nd kegiment during the latter part of the siege operations * Mooltan, and was present at the surrender of that fortress; also at the surrender of the Fort and garrist Cheniote, and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal with two (lasps). Served throughout the Eastern campais 1854 55 with the 19th Regiment, including the affair of Bulganak, battles of Alma and Inkerman, in the Iran during the whole of the siege operations before Sebastopol, assaults of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th Seg ber-wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honour, 5th Class Medjillie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded 18t Battilion 19th Regiment in the Hazara caun paigu of: including the expedition against the tribes on the Black Mountain (mentioned in Despatches, CB., ) with Clasp).

15 Sir Charles Knight Pearson served as Adjutant of the 31st Regt in the Crimea from 3rd Sept. 1855, includin siege and fall of Sevastopol and attack of the 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal.) Served i Zulu war of 1879 in command of' No. 1 Columo, a force of all arms, which invaded Zululand by the passaged Lower Tugela. On the 22nd January he defeated in the action of Inyezane a Zulu force which in superior unt had taken up position to overwhelin hiin at a formidable puss called Majia's Hill. He then advanced and fa the forutivad post of Ekowo and helil it while invested by the enemy for two months, after which the place relieved by Lord Chelmsford (KCIG., Medal with Clasp).

17 Colonel J. I. Mucilonell landed in the Crimea in January 1855, and served with the 71st Highlander Trenches at the siege of Sebastopol, and took part in the expedition to Kertch and Yenikali (Medal with and Turkish Medal). Served with the Central India Fiell Force under Sir Hugh Rose during the sout 1858, and was present at the actions of Koonch and Muttra, battle of Golowlee and capture of Calpee, act Morar and subsequent operations terminating in the taking of Gwalior (Medal with Clasp). Served wf Eusofzai Field Force under Sir Neville Chamberlain throughout the campaign of 1863 against the Bonest other Afghau tribes on tho North-West Frontier of India, including the forcing of the Umbeylah Pass, IER outpost attacks, storm and recapture of the Craig Piynet, an'l final engagements resulting in the total defe the assembled hill tribes (India Medal with Clasp for Uinbeyla).

18 Colonel John Davis served with the 35th Regiment in the Shahabad district during the Indian matitir.vt paign in 1858-59 (Medul).

19° Colonel Henry Kent served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and np to 26th March 1855 with the 77th Recto including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, sth Classe Medjiuie, and Turkish Medal).

20 Sir William Bellairs was present with the Second Division throughout the Eastern campaign of 1834-3 the landing in Turkey to the evacuation of the Crimea, including the battles of Alma (as Adjutant of tbe qen! and Inkerman (where he led into action a Detached Wing of the 49th Regt.), siege and fall of Sebastopol, at the 26th October, attack of the Quarries on 7th June, and of the Redlan on the ižih June and 8th September tioned in despatches " for distinguished conduct'). Appointed Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Geus Dec. 1854, and Assistant Quarter Master General to the 2nd Division at the close of the campaign (Meda three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Modjidie, and Turkish Heal). as Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master Geueral throughout the Katir war of 1877-78. Commanded the com forces on the Eastern Frontier from December to March during the Gaika rebellion (several times meutiot despatches, CB., mentioned by General Sir A. Cunynghame for " great intelligence in the distributio troops"). Served throughout ihe Zulu campaign of 1879 as Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master Genera oominanded the laager for the protection of the column tram during the engagement at Ulundi (mentio despatches. Brought to the notice of the Secretary of State for the Colonies by Governor Sir Bartle Free the valuable advice which his judgment and experience enabled him to afford” him “under circumstance ordinary difficulty and danger" (KCMG, Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Boer war of 1834 Brigadier General commanding the Forces in the Transvaal, and aftorwards as Administrator of the Trad and took part in the defence of Pretoria (KCMG.).

21 Colonel the Hon.C. W. Thesiger acted as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Pattle commanding tho Cavalry B during the campaign of 1860 in China, and was present at the affairs of the 12th August, 18th and 21st Sep capture of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps).

* Colonel Hunter served in the 47th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of 26th Oct., and storming Quarries--wounded (Mednl with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class Medjidie, and Turkish Medal).

24 Colonel Bagot was in command of the Huntingdon Field Force to repel an incursion of Fenians into in May 1870. Eighteen hours after he left Montreal he fell upon them, strongly entrenehed at Trout Rive drove them across the frontier line, throwing uway arms, accoutrements, clothing, &c. Lt. General the Hon. Lindsay conveyed his approbation of these operations in the following terins, ---"The Lt. General recogni! to your vigorous movements are due the speedy clearing of the Border and the return of a feeling of security inhabitants of the district."

25 Colonel Andrew Nugent served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, includi battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Claspi Turkish Medal).

26 Colonel F. F. Hamilton served with the 4th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign in 1854-55, ind the battles of Alma (wounded) and Inkerman, and the whole of the siege operations Defore Sebastopol un fall (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). n Colonel Brico served with the 17th Regiinent in the Crimea from the 1st January 1855, including the sier

o nastopol, assaults of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th September, also at the bombardment and surreader of Kintourn (Medal with Clasp. Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal).

>> Cu Del G. F. O. Bray served in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868 as Assistant Adjutant General of the end Ikvision (mentioned zu Despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal).

Chloei F. Hardy served 2- Orderly Ollicer to Brigadier Russell at the second relief of Lucknow, at the Alum.
4. Bidri the siege and capture of Lucknow; also present with the 84th Regiment at the relief of Azimghur and
Ingrof Ker sing (mentioneliu despatches. Medal with two Clasps).
Tessellon. W. H. Herbert served with the 40th Regiment in the Crimea from the 31st July 1855, including
Vene and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal).

- Colonel Hon. B. M. Waru served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to the 3rd May 1855 with the 47th Beginnent, including the battle of Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th October (31edal with two *** darliz.an anul Turkish Medals),

Colonel Freer served as a volunteer with the 75th Regiment at the action of Budlee-ke-Seria on 8th June 1857 od u all the subsequent affairs in which that Regiment was engaged during the siege of Delhi. Commanded

Stables" Piquet at the capture of four y-pounders at " Lullow Castle," on the 12th August; was severely sed near the Burn Bustion on the afternoon of the assault of Delhi (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Xar. Metal with Claspl. * Cogel S. A. Maden served with the 51st Light Infantry throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53, was on

and the E.I.C. steam sloop Sesostris during the naval action and destruction of the enemy's stockades on the Ren2009 river: served during the succeeding three duys' operations in the vicinity (including the storining of

White House Redoubts, and at the storm and capture of Rangoon; also at the assault and capture of Bassein apie May, and repulse of the night attack on Prome 8th Dec. 1852 Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Also in the Un via expedit on in 1863. Commanded the Regiment in the Jo raki copaign in 1877 (mentioned in despatches, Wing with Casp). Also cominanded the 5186 Regiment throughout the Afghan war of 1878-9, including the 1.22 of Ali Husjid (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal with Clasp;. * lonel R. C. Stewart served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, was present at the storm and capture of Hezringe, and served as D. A. A. General to Sir Edward Lugaril's Division-at the siege and capture of Lucknow

We 1858---severely wounded and horse wounded in threo places (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, We ai with Clasp).

Celinel H. Ē. T. Williams served in the Burmese war from January 1852 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Seryed nu in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858-59 as Acījutant of the 3rd Madras European Regiment at the battle op Bandia, and as Acting Assistant Adjutant General to the Saugor Field Division in the action of Punwarree

med in despatch (Medal with Clasp for Central India).

nobel Hon. 's. Mostyn served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Crimea in 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol abla lack of the Redan on the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny aripazn of 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawn3, sex and capture of Lucknow, and operations across the Goomtee, Trane-Gogra campaign when the rebels merr ven into paul (Medal with two Clasps). Einbarked for the Gold Coast in command of tho 2nd Battalion 1-1 Faiters, aad commanded the Head Quarters throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war, in 1874, 1 lg the capture of Borbora ssie, battle of Amoaful, capture and destruction of Becqua, battle of Ordahsu, ai captare or Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp).

Ce! nel Sprot served with the Force under General Woodburn in the affair at Aurungahad in 1857 (Medal); stervanin serval as acting Executive Engineer of the Rajpootana Field Force and received the commendation of Gretera. Roberts commanding, and of the Bombay Government, for his “great energy and ability" in the conEco barracks for the European troops at Neemuch. * (oure llon. 6. G. Curzon served in India during tho Jutiny in 1857-58 (Medal).

d. Viller served with the oth Regt. in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, and was present at the battle of * Ndal). Served with the 3rd Dragoon Guards in tlie Indian Mutiny campaign of 1858-59, and took part ta i parait of Tantia Topee. Served with the 3rd Dragoon Guards in the Abyssinian campaign, and commated Carry outpools on the Bashilo river during the storining and capture of Magdala (mentioned in de> Ereit of Li.Colonel, and Medal). * L : Wiseman-Clarke served with the 93rd Highlanders the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the

i Ana and Bialaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, capture of Kertch and Yenikale (Jiedal with three 1. Purkish Jecal). Also the Indian campaign of 1857-59, including relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, 18 ! Cawnpore on 6ta Dec., pursuit of the enemy and capture of their guns at Seraighat, action at Kallee

caning of Futtehghur, expedition to Mhow under Brigadier Hope, siege and capture of Lucknow (mentot, a ST E.Lugard's despatches), and subsequent affairs ending in the capture uf Bareilly (Medal with two Clasps).

* Onnel Viddleton served with the 58th Regt. at the assault and capture of Kawiti's Pah, also during 1846-47 ta the southern part of New Zealand, including the repulse of the attack on Wanganui (mentioned in despatch) and

a sent affairs there (Medal). Served as a Volunteer during the Santhal rebellion in India. Served in the Indian Cum Of 1857-58;--& Orderly Officer to General Frauks in the action of Sultanpore, and subsequent affairs on the scarce to Lucknow (three times mentioned in despatches); as Aide de Camp to General Luard at the siege and ca are of Lucknow, and storming of the Martiniere, Banks' House, Begum's Koteo, and Moulvy's Mosque (mentersed in despatch, and Brevet of Major) ; ils Deputy Judge Advocato, and Aide de Camp to General Lunrd at the Puf Azimghur and action of Juydespore (mentioned in despatclı); as Brigade Major at the reduction of Debayon Sport (antioned in despatch), and other of the Oude Forts, also at the surrender of Amethie (Medal with Clasp).

Close C. Alexander served in the Crimea from 20th Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 1 Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medijidie). Coanel G. P. Prevost served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Crimea from the 17th June 1855, including the sent and fall of Sebasiopol and assaults of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th September-wounded (Medal with Caspard Turkish Helal). Served at the siege and capture of Lucknow, mentioned in despatches (Medal with in vlonel E. H. Manningham-Buller served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1846–47, and in that of Colonel R. B. Chichester served in the mutiny in India in 1857-58, and was present when the 81st Regiment, ater Colonel Renny, disarmed at Mean Meer one Regiment of Native Cavalry and three Regiments of Sativo la'natry, all disaffected und ripe for mutiny (Medal). Served in the Afghan war of 1378-9 with the Khyber Columi,

curanded the 81st Regiment at the capture of Ali Musjid (CB., Medal with Clasp). Colonel Jordan served with the 34th Regiment in the Crimea from Feb. to gili July 1855, including the siege of de bastopol, sortie of the 22nd March, cupture of the Rifle-pits 19th April, sortie of oth May, and assault of the

on the 1őth June severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjdie, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served in the Indian campaign, including the actions at Cawnpore € ttb 7th and 28th (wounded) November 1857 (Medal).

urel Food served with the 53rd Reguneut in a force under Sir Colin Campbell in 1831-52 n gainst the hill thes on the X.W. Frontier of India. Served also in the Indian campaign of 1857-59; was with the Alumbagh Pont during the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clydle; with the 53rd at the relief of Cawnpore on 29th Nov. 1857, what there on the 6th December, and pursuit of the Gwalior Contingent to Serai Ghat, action of Kaln Nuddee are occupaliou of Futtehghur, affair of Shumsbabad, storia and capture of Moangunge, siege of Lucknow as Adde de l'amp to General Mansfield (severely wounded), with the 53rd during the hot weather campaign in Oude

Seid during the winter campaign of 1858-59, including that in the Baiswara country and action at Dhoondea fats, and the Trans-Gogra catapaign with its several minor affairs and the final action ou the Raptec (mentioned Ektepatches. Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major).

Colonel Wilson served with the 55th Regiment in the Crimea, subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, from the zsth Orober 1855 to the end of the Russian war. Also on the Bhootan expedition, including the recapture of Denal diri tu 1865 (Medal with Clasp). and contine Armstrong served with’ine 17th Regiment in the Crimen from the 19th May 1855, including the siege and fali oi detrastopol and attacks of the Redan on the 18th Juno and 8th September, also at tue bombardment

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1852-83 (Medal).

and surrender of Kinbourn (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Meinl with Clusp. 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal).

5ø Colonel J. A. Ruddell served with the 1st Battalion Royals throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Kuight of the Legion of Honor). Served with the 87th Fusiliers during the Indian mutiny in 1857-58 (Medal).

69 Colonel H. J. Buchanan served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Adjutant of the 47th Regiment including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, sortie of 26th Oct., siege and fall of Sebastopol-appointed Town Major (Mertail with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals,

5th Class of the Medjidie), Commanded a Column of the Field Force under Brigadier General Ross against the Afreedees on the North West Frontier in 1877-8 (mentioned in despatches).

60 Colonel Hon. O. J. Addington served in the 38th Regiment the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to x6th June 1855, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, attack and occupatiou of the Cemetery on the 18th June--severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, sth Class of the Merljidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign from Nov. 1857, including the assault and capture of Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs of Barree and Nugger (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major):

61 Colonel C. N. Sturt served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Kledal with four Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medalo, aud 5th Class of the Medjidie).

62 Colonel G. H. Waller sorved with the 7th Fusiliers in the Crimea from the 218) Nov. 1854, including tho siege of Sebastopol, sortie of gth May, attack and capture of the Quarries 7th June (wounded), assault of the Redan 18th June (wounded), and was in the Trenches on the 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, Kuight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal).

63 Colonel Dunham Massy served at the latter part of the siege of Sebastopol, was under fire nt the battle of the Tchernaya, and commanded the Grenadiers of the 19th Regt. at the assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept., where with minor injuries he was dangerously wounded by a ball which passed through his left thigh, shattering the bone. Being left on the ground, he fell into the hands of the enemy the ensuing night, who, supposing him to be mortally wounded, did not remove him with their prisoners. Was recommended in a special despatch by the Commander in Chief in the Crimea for his gallantry at the Redan, his fortitude, and the patient endurance with which he bore his most severe suffering during a confinement to his camp stretcher of nearly six inonths (promoted Captain, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal).

6+ Colonel H. Wilkie served with the 97th Regiment in the Crimea from the 16th June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and was present with the sounpore Field Force in the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, aud Sultanpore, and afterwards at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp).

65 Colonel Wynne served at the siege and fall of Sobastopol from 29th July 1835 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal).

67 Sir Thomas Durand Baker served with the sth Royal Irish in the Crimea from zoth Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, mentioned in despatches, and awarded the Sardinian medal for "gallantry displayed at the attack of the Cemetery and suburbs of Sebastopol on the 18th June 1855" (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served in India during the mutiny (in 1857) with the Field Force under Colonel Beatsou. Served in New Zealand during the Waikato and Wanganui campaigns of 1864-66 first as Deputy Assistaut Adjutant General and subsequently as Assistant Adjutant General; was present at the action at Rangiawhia as Acting Assistant Military Secretary to Lt. General Sir Duncan Cameron (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major); was Staff Officer to the Force under Major General Carey at the attack and capture of Orakau-mentioned in despatches for “gallantry and untiring energy and zeal evinced” (Medal). Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 and served throughout the Ashanti war of 1873-74 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General, including the action of Essainan, relief of Abrakrampa, battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie. Also in addition performed the duties of Chief of the Stail from the 14th October to the 17th December. Was inentioned in despatches by Sir Garnet Wolseley in the following terms:---" The duties of Chiet of the staff were ably carried out to my entire satisfaction by Major Baker, A.A.G., to whose untiring energy I owe much of the success that has attended all our operations. In my opinion he possesses every quality that is valuable in a Staff Officer" (several times mentionell in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 in command of the 2nd Infantry Brigade from September 1879 to October 1880, and was in command of the troops in the engagement at Charnsial, on the 6th October 1879 (mentioned in despatches), in numerous operations around Cabul in December 1879, including the engagement on the Asmai Heights. (mentioned in despatches, and the repulse of the enemy at Sherpore, and the expeditiou into Maidan and Kohistan. Accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar in command of a Brigade, and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, K('B., Melal with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration)Served in the Boer war of 1881 with the local rank of Brigadier General in comunand of the Base and Lines of Communication.

0 Colonel W. H. Hawley served with the 14th Regiment in the Crimen from the 10th January 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebustopol, and assault of the 18th June (Iedal with Chisp, and Turkish Meda!).

6 Colonel A. L. Arnesiey served with the uth Ilussars in the Crimen from 29th July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal).

50 Colonel J. K. Fruser served as Orderly Officer to Sir Edmund Lyons on the Expedition to Kinbourn in 1855, and was present at its bombardment and surrender (Medal). Has received a Gold Medal from the President of the French Republic in recognition of his devoted services to the wounded on the field of battle in the FrancoGerman campaign of 1870-71.

it Colonel Berestord served with the 72nd Highlanılers in the Crimea from 28th May 1855, including the expedition to Kertch, siege and full of Sebastopol, and attack of the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Seryed throughout the operations in Central India and pursuit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and Rao Sahib in 1858-59

12 Colonel H. H. Steward served with the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Indian campaign, and was present at the affair of Dawah, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon (Metal).

is Colonel H. C. Wilkinson served with the 95th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1858, and was present at the siege and capture of Awah, siege assault and capture of Kotah, battle of Kotukeserui, general action resulting in the capture of Gwalior, assault and capture of Rowa, siege aud capture of Pource, battle of Beejapore, and aitair of Koondry (Medal with Clasp).

T* Colonel Parsons server in the Burmese war of 1852-53, including the storm and recapture of Pegu on 21st Nov., relief of its garrison on 14th Dec. 1852, and operations in the vicinity (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Was attached to the 04th Regiment at the defence of Cawnpore under General Windbam in Nov. 1857, and was dangerously wounded (Mediul). Served in the Indiau N.W. Frontier war of 1863, and was present at the attack and capture of the Crag Piquet, the Conical Hill, and Umheyla (Medal with Clasp).

76 Colonel J. H. Hall served at the siege or sebastopol from 20th Nov. 1854 to 16th Jan. :855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal).

77 Colonel W. J. Chads served as Aide de Camp to General Godwin throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53, and was present at the assault and capture of Martaban, the destruction of the river stockades at Rangoon, attack on the White House Stockade, 12th April (wounded, but did not quit the field), and operations of the two follow. ing days, concluding with the storm of the Great Shoe Dagon Pagoda stockade; also present at the captures of Bassein and Pegu, the relief of the beleaguered Garrison at Pegu, and the operations of the four following days, during which the enemy in force were driven out of three entrenched positions (Medal with Clasp for Pega, and Brevet of Major); received the thanks of the Governor General in Council on six separate occasions during the

Served as a volunteer at the bombardment and capture of Bomarsund in the Baltio expedition of 1854 (Medal). Served as Staff' Captain at Smyrna from April to September 1855, and as Commandant with rank of Assistant Adjutant General at Smyrna and Abylos (Dardanelles) trom ist September 1835 to 27th October 1856.

79 Colonel Lock served in the 50th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign or 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall or Sebastopol. Appointed D.A.Q.M. General at Head Quarters in Nov. 1855,

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