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32c War Services of the General Officers.
£00 Major General Mould was Commanding Royal Engineer in Tarauaki, New Zealand,
during the Maori war of 18G0-61 ; conducted the operations of the Sap against the position of
Huivangi and Teareipah; was second in command in the action of Mahoetahi (Mentioned in
Dispatches, CB.).
201 Major General Paynter served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the affairs of
Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of
Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, CB., 6th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal).
202 Major General Lockhart served with the 78th Highlandors in the Persian war in 1867,
including the night attack and battle of Kooshab, and bombardment of Mohumrah (Medal and
Clasp). Served in Bengal in the several actions leading to and ending in the relief of the
Residency at Lucknow (wounded) and commanded the Regt. during the subsequent defence,
also commanded two sorties (wounded), and was mentioned in Dispatches, served withOutram's
force at Alumbagh, including the repulse of numerous attacks, also in the o])erations ending in
the final capture of Lucknow (Brevet Major) the Rohilcund campaign in 1858 and capture of
Bareilly (Medal and Clasp, Bt. of Lt.Colonel, and a year's service for Lucknow).
203 Major General Graydon served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege
of Sebastupol, and expedition to Kertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal).
204 Major General Blunt served in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, including the battle of
Sobraon (Medal). Punjaub campaign (Medal). Indian mutiny of 1857-59, including siege of
Delhi, battle of Nujjufghur, action of Agra, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, action of
Shumsabiid, capture of the fort and town of Calpee (mentioned in despatches on every occasion,
Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with two Clasps).
205 Major General Holdich served as Aide de Camp to Sir Harry Smith throughout the
Campaign on the Sutlej in 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah (wounded),
Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon—severely wounded (Medal and three Clasps). As Aide de Camp
to Sir Harry Smith in the action with and defeat of the Rebel Boers at Boem Platz (South
Africa) on tlie 29th August 1848, and in the Kaffir Campaign of 1850-51 (Medal, and Brevet of
Lt.Colonel). Served with the 80th Regt. in the Burmese war in 1853, with the Expedition
under Sir John Cheape against the robber chief Myattoon in the Donabew District, and at
the assaults and capture of his stronghold on the lOtli March—succeeded to the command of a
Wing of Infantry (Medal, and CB.). Accompanied the 80th llogt. to India in 1857, and served
n the Sepoy rebellion. At the close of the operations in 1859 he succeeded Sir Alfred Hors-
ford as Brigadier in command of the forces on the Nepaul frontier, when, in co-oporation with
the >fe])aul troops, most of the rebel leaders and a large body of Sepoys who had taken refuge
in the Nepaul Terai were captured, for which services ho received the thanks of Government,
and on the breaking up of the Brigade was appointed, by Lord Clyde, Deputy Adjutant
General of Her Majesty's Forces in India.
206 Major General Willougliby served in command of the Artillery with a field detachment
in the Maliee Kanta in 1822-23, and was present at the taking of the Bheel Village of Zea-
leore. Served with the field force in 1824 and was present at the storming of Godra, forced an
entry into the fort of Champaneea by blowing open the gate with a 6-pounder gun, and was
present at the subsequent reduction of the Hill Fort of Powanghur. Commanded the Bombay
Foot Artillery at the siege and surrender of Kittore in 1824. Was in command of the Artillery
in the operations in Kattiawar in 1825. Commanded the Artillery with the force under Brigadier
Bayly in the Red Sea in 1839, and was present at the bombardment and capture of Aden.
Commanded a Battery at the battle of Hyderabad in Seind in 1843 (Medal, and CB.).
207 Major General Phillips served with the 43rd Light Infantry in the Kaffir war of
1861-53 (iyiedal, and Brevet of LtColonel).

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