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Riding Establishment, Ordnance .. ..
St. Helena Garrison
St. John's Newfoundland
St. Mawe's Garrison
St. Michael and St. George, Order of
St. Patrick, Order of
Sappers and Miners
Scarborough Castle
Sheerness Garrison
Staff at Head Quarters
Staff of Great Britain 319
Staff on Foreign Stations 322
Stirling Castle 442
Thistle, Order of 455
Tower of London 442
Tynemouth and Cliff Fort 442
Western Australia, Staff of 324
West India Regiments 254
West India Staff 323
Wight, Isle of 442
Windsor 442
G. M. of Huntly, KT. Aberdeen Mil.
T. Wood, Roy. East Middlesex Mil.
John Le Couteur, Jersey Militia.
John Guille, Guernsey Militia.
S2i Ernest Earl o/Mount Edgcumbe, Duke of Cornwairs
Thos. Earl de Grey, York Hussar Yeo. Cav.
Edward Baker, R. Wilts Yeo. Cav.
35 Colonel Thos. Adams Parke, CB. R. Mar.
Ct Colonel John Owen, CB.^- KlI. R. Mar.
Wm. Lord Dinorben, Royal Anglesey Militia.
^ij Colonel Jas. Holmes Schoedde, 55 F.
|9 John Townsend, 14 Drs.
43 Henry John Wm. Hentinck, Coldst. Gds.
a£l Thomas Reed, 62 F.
Hon. Henry Dundas, Cll. 83 F.
33 aCl Colunel Joseph Logan, 63 F.
iPJiE-l Alexander Kennedy Clark
CB., KH., 7 Dr. Gds.
IP Thomas Mackrell, 44 F.
^8 — Horalio George Broke, Unatt.
|3 Thomas Weare, KH., Prov. Bn. at
aaa John Oldfteld, KH., R. Engineers.
Wm. Henry Dennie, CB., 13 F.
|3 3ia Thomas Dynelley, R. Artillery
15 ESI Cha. D. 0/Richmond, KG. Sussex Mil.
William, Murq. o/Thomond, KP. Cork City Mil.
Colonel Chailes Richard Fox, Unatt.
Preparing for Publication,
BY LIEUTENANT HART, 49th Reoimeut.
Lieut. Hart has been several years engaged in collecting and arranging matter for a
Military Biography, which will contain a. full and perfect detail of every officer's career, of
every Rank; and any dispatch, general order, &c. with which the officer's name is asso¬
ciated will be given either in whole or part, as the circumstances of the case shall demand.
This work will also include the services of Officers who have died or retired from the Army
since the year 1830, when the nature of their services can be satisfactorily ascertained.
Lieut. Hart has already completed the services of about eight thousaud officers, and he
earnestly requests those of his brother officers who have not yet communicated their ser¬
vices to him, to do so at their earliest convenience; more especially those whose names
begin with the first letters of the alphabet, as the work will be alphabetically arranged,
and the first volume will shortly be published.
Early communications from Retired Officers, and the Friends of deceased Officers, will
much oblige.
All communications and details of services to be addressed (post paid), to Lieut. Hart,
care of Mr, Murray, bookseller to the Admiralty, 50, Albemarle Street, London.

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