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War Services of the General Officers. 326
thanks of Parliament for his services and promoted Major General for distinguished Service in
the Field, 186S).
20Ct Major General Phillips served with the 43rd Light Infantry in the Kaffir war of
1851-53 (Medal, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel).
207 Sir Alfred Horsford served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1846-47, and com¬
manded the 1st Battalion in that of 1852-53 (Medal and Brevet Lt.Colonel). Also commanded
the 1st Battalion in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of the Alma, Balaklava,
and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, CB., Sardinian and Turkish Medals,
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian Caoopaign of 1857-5'J; commanded 3rd
Battalion Rifle Brigade at the battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. 1857 (wounded); commanded a
Brigade from Feb. 1858 to the end of the war, and was present throughout the Oude cam¬
paign; commanded the Infantry at the battle of Nawabgungej in Feb. 1859 was left in com¬
mand of the Oude and Nepaul frontier, and on one occasion took 16 guns in an engagement
in Nepaul agamst the rebels (Medal and Clasp, and KCB.).
208 Major General Patton served with the 74th throughout the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal),
and was present in all the operations; commanded the Regt. from Nov. 1851 until Oct. 1852; for
his services he was promoted to the rank of Lieut. Colonel. Served in the Eastern campaign of
1854, and was present at the battles of Balaklava and lukernian, and siege of Sebastopol; was
also present throughout the battle of the Alma with Lord Raglan's Statt' as an amateur (Medal
and four Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal).
209 Major General Morton served in tlie Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the battles
of Chillianwallah and Goojerat, and pursuit of the Seikh army (Medal with two Clasps).
210 Major General Austen served the Sutlej campaign of 1845-40, including tlie battles of
Ferozeshah, Ahwal, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). Served in the Crimea with the
Turkish contingent from 24th April 1855 to 2nd May 1856 (4th Class of the Medjidie and
Turkish Medal). Served in suppression of the Indian mutiny, including tlie defence of Cawnpore
under Gen. Wmdham, the Rohilcund campaign, and actions of IJlagwala, Nagina, Bareilly,
Shahjehanpore, and Bunae (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal).
211 Major General Carey served in the Cape Mounted Riflemen throughout the Kaffir
wars of 1840-47 (horse wounded) and 1850-52—slightly wounded and horse killed; (Medal),
and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Served as Military Secretary to Sir James Jackson, when command¬
ing the forces at the Cape of Good Hope. Served in the New Zealand Campaign from Aug.
1863 to Aug. 1865 as Colonel on the Staff and Brigadier General. Commanded the Expedition
on the East Coast to the Thames and to Tauranga. Commanded the troops in action at the
siege and capture of the enemy's stronghold of Orakan, which fell after three days' continued
operations (CB.) On the 27th May 1805 the Great Chief and King Maker, William Tliompson,
surrendered to Br^ General Carey, laying his tacka at his feet in token of submission to Her
Majesty. In Aug. 1805 was appointed to the command of the troops in Australia.
212 Major General the Hon. Tercy Herbert served with the 43rd Light Infantry in the Kaffir
War of 1851-53 (Medal); also in the Expedition into the Orange River Sovereignty, including
the battle of Berea. Served as Assist.Qr.Master General to the 2nd Division of the Eastern
Army from its formation to Nov. 1855, and subsequently as Quarter Master General to the
Army of the East untilJune 1856; was present at the battle of Alma (wounded), affair of 26th
October, battle of Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol—wounded (Medal and Clasp, Aide
de Camp to the Queen, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, Commander of 2nd Class of St.
Maurice and St. Lazarus, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served with the
82nd Begt. in Rohileund under Lord Clyde in 1868, and was present in various affairs and
skirmishes at Barcilly and Shahjehanpore. Commanded the districts at Cawnpore and Fut-
tehpore till the spring of 1859, and a force in pursuit of Ferozeshah and a rebel force to the
banlis of the Jumna (Medal).
213 Major General Bortou served with the 9lli Regt. the campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan
Medal), and tliat of 1845-40 on the Sutltj, including the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah
(Medal and Clasp)—in the latter he succeeded to the command of the Regt. and was severely
wounded. Served also the campaign in the Crimea, in command of the Regiment, from 27th
Nov. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault on the batteries on the I8th
June (Medal and Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish
214 Major General Brownrigg served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as Assist. Adjutant
General, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, and was
Chief of the Staff to Sir George Brown in the expedition to Kertch (Medal and Clasps, CB.
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal).
215 Major General M'Murdo served as Assistant Quarter blaster General of the Army
under Sir Charles Napier during the campaign in Scinde in 1843 (Medal), and was present in
the battle of Meeanee,—in which his horse was shot under him—skirmish with the enemy while
conducting Major Stack's Brigade from Muttaree to form a junction with Sir Charles Napier's
force at Hydrabad; and battle of Hydrabad, where he received a sabre wound in the right
breast. He again served as Assist.Quartermaster General to Sir Charles Napier's Army during
the campaign against the Mountain and Desert tribes situated on the right bank of the Indus
early in 1845. Served in the Eastern campaign as Director General Land Transport Corps
(Medal and Clasp for Sebastopol, Officer of tlie Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Alediidie
and Turldbh Medal). '
210 Major General Munro served as Adjutant of [the 39th Regt. in the action of Maharajpore,
and was severely wounded (Medal). Commanded the Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol,
and commanded the supports of the 1st Brigade 3rd Division at the attack on the 18tli June
1855 (Medal and Clasp, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and
Turkish Mtdal).

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