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War Services of the General Officers. 21
from Aug. 1808 to Nov. 1811, and again from April 1813 to the end of that war in 1814; present
with the 40ch at the battles of R -leia, Vimiera, and T-ilavera; with tbe4th Driigoons at Busaco,
Albuhera, and Usagre; and with the 12'h Light Dragoons at the passage of the Bidassoa, the
Nive and the Adour. He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps.
22 L >rd Rolseby served the eainpaign of 1815 with the 3rd Guards, and was present at the
battles of Quatre-Bras and Waterloo. Served the Eastern campaign of 1855 in command of a
Brigade, including the siege and tall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, /CC-B, Commander of
the Legion of Honor, Sirdiniaa Medal, Turkish Medil, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie).
24 M*jor General Grant served in Hanover in 1805, under Lord (.athcart.
25 Major General Crawford served in a bomb vessel on the coast of France in 1804 and 5;
in the lines in front of Sobral in Portugal, in 1809; with the army in Sicily in 1811, 12, and 13;
at the capture of Genoa in 1814; and subsequently in the American war, including the battle
of Bladeusbiirg, capture of Washington, and engagements before New Orleans, on Ist and
3rd Jan. 1815.
26 Major General Darby served in Hanover in 1805; at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807;
and the Corunna campaign in 1808-9. Has the War Mtdil with one Clasp for Corunna.
27 Major General Lockwood commanded the 3rd Light Dragoons throughout the campaign
of 1842 in Aff^hanistan under Gen. Pollock (Medal and CB.). and was present at forcing the
Khyber Pass, storming the heights of Jugdulluck, action of Tezeen and Huftkotul, occupation
of Cabool, siege and capture of Istaliff. He served also in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9,
and commanded a brigade at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and one Clasp).
28 Major General W. H. Slade was present at St. Sebastian in July and August 1813j
blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. He was one of the officers selected to accom¬
pany the boats from Socoa to the mouth of the river Adour, and to assist in laying the bridge
across. He has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for St. Sebastian.
29 Major General 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 against Flattsburg.
30 Mdjor General Victor served in the Peninsula from December 1812 to the end of the
war, including the battles of the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has the War Medal
with three Clasps.
31 Major G. neral Dalton served at Walcheren and at the siege of Flushing in 1809.
32 Major General Barry served in the Peninsula from August 1812 to October 1813, and
was severely wounded by a grape shot, 31st August 1813, when leading a party to the breach
at the storming of St. Sebastian. He has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp.
33 Major General Whinyates was present at the attack on Algiers by Lord Exmouth on
27th August 1816. Served with the army in France in 1817 and 1818. In February 1839
was commanding officer of Engineers with the Field Force in New Bruniwick when the dig-
puted territory was invaded by the state of Maine. Has the Meoal for the battle of Algiers.
34 Major General Gough served as Deputy Quarter Master General of the army during the
war in China, and received the brevet rank oi Major and Lieut. Colonel, together with the Com¬
panionship of the Bith, for his conduct in action, he having been present in almost every
engagement during the expedition. He was afterwards present in the battle of Maharajpore,
as Military Secretary to the Commander in Chief in India ; and he commanded a Brigade of
cavalry at the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah, and officiated as Quarter Master General
in the battle of Sobraon, and was very severely wounded. Served the Punjaub campaign of
1848-9 as Quarter Master General of Queen's Troops, and was present at the battles of Chil-
lianwallah and Goojerat.
35 Major General Furneaux served in the Peninsula from October 1810 to April 1813, and
was with the covering army at the siege of Badajoz.
36 Major General R. G. B.Wilson served in Holland, Belgium, and France, from December
1813 to January 1816, including the battles of Quaire Bras and Waterloo.
37 Major General Emmett's servijes :—sieges of Badajoz in 1811 and 12; passage of
the Nive, battles before Biyonne, Orthes,and Toulouse. Attack on the Ancerican lines at New
Orleans, every affair on that expediiion, and the siege of Fort Bowyer. Slightly wounded at
Badajoz in 1811; again on the advance towards Orthes; and very severely wounded at the
assault of Uadajoz in 1812. He has received the Silver War Mediil with fcur Clasps.
38 Major General Waters served in the Peninsula from April 1812 to September 1814. Was
at Cadiz when the siege was raised in the former year. In 1815 he was present in the actions
of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. He led one of the columns to the assault of Peronne on the
26th June 1815, and was at the capture of Paris.
39 Major General Pilcher served with the boats of the British fleet in 1801 in their
occasional attacks on the Spanish gunboats and vessels off Cadiz. In 1803 he served in the
North Sea. In 1804 at the attack on the gun-boats and batteries at Boulogne. On 22nd July
1805 in the general action and defeat of the combined fleets of France and Spain ; and on 16th
Aug. in action with La Topaze French frigate. In Jan. 1806 he landed with the R. M. Bat¬
talion at the attack and capture of the Cape of Good Hope ; in June following with the same
Battalion at the attack and deleat of the Spanish troops on the road to Buenos Ayres, and at
the capture of that city ; also at its defence in August, and after three days' action was taken
prisoner with the rest of the British. In 1811 he served in the North Sea in tcferal actions
with Danish gun-boats. In 1813-14 off the coast of France and America. Appointed to the
2nd Battalion R. M., and as Adjutant was at the attack of the American Army audits defeat on
the road to Baltimore : at the attack on the American troops at Faruham Church he commanded
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