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EXPLANATIONS.
K.G. Kjiight 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.M.G. Knight Commander of ditto ditto
C.M.G. Companion of ditto ditto
G.C.H. Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order.
K.C.H. Knight Commander of ditto ditto
K.H. Knight of ditto ditto
K.C. Knight of the Crescent.
m Before the Name, denotes that the Officer was at the battle of Trafalgar.
JP 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 tlie
31® Waterloo Medal. ? Itith, 17th, or 18th June, 1815. Such Officers are
C, allowed two years' additional sei'vice.
"FC Victoria Cross.
The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are
actually attached: the Letters «. and r. after the name distinguish Officers employed on
the Staff, or on the Becruiting Service. The Letters S.M. in the Cavalry Regiments
allude to the Riding Masters; The * before the Name or Date of Commissiun denotes
Temporary Rank only. The Letter p before the Date indicates that the Commission
was purchased. General Officers, with the prefix of a +, are on the half pay of their last
Regimental Commissions.
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.

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