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20 War Services of the General Officers.
the siege of Burgos. He has received the Gold Medal for Salamanca, and the Silver War Medal
with one Clasp for Talavera.
12 Sir Adolphus John Dalrymple served as Aide-de-Camp to Sir James Craig in the Hastern
District, Malta, Naples, and Sicily, from July 1803 to May 1806, and as Military Secretary
to Sir Hew Dalrymple in Portugal in 1808.
13 Lieut.-General Wright’s services:—Engaged in most of Lord Nelson’s attacks on Rota
and Cadiz in 1797; battle of the Nile; campaign of Naples in 1799 ; surrender of Ovo and Novo,-
Port St. Elmo, Capua, and Guata; cutting out of the Guiep at Vigo ; Egypt in 1801; and battle
of Algiers in 1816. Has the Gold Medal for Egypt and the Silver War Medal with four Clasps.
14 Sir Duncan M‘Gregor was actively employed in Sicily and Italy in 1806, including the
skirmishes at St. Euphemie, battle of Maida, attack on Scylla Castle, and capture of Catrone.
Campaign of 1807 in Egypt, including the attacks in the Desert, and siege of Rosetta. Cam¬
paign in Holland in 1809, including the attacks and captures of Ter Vere and Plushing. Cam¬
paigns in the Peninsula during part of 1813 and 14. Capture of Corsica in May 1814.
Wounded through the right shoulder by a musket-shot at Maida, for which battle he has
received the War Medal with one Clasp.
15 Lord Hotham served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards from April 1812 to
Feb. 1814, with the exception of a short absence in consequence of a wound received at the
battle of Salamanca. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present atthe battle of Waterloo.
He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive.
16 Sir Wm. Robert Clayton accompanied his regiment, the Royal Horse Guards, to the
Peninsula in Oct. 1812, and commanded a squadren at the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and
at the period when Marshal Soult attempted to relieve Pampeluna. In 1815 again accompanied
his regiment to the Netherlands, and was at the battles of QuatreBras, Genappe, and Waterloo.
He has received the War Medal with one Clasp for Vittoria.
17 Lieut General John Drummond served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards
from January 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the battle of Vittoria,
the crossing of the Bidassoa, capture of St. Jtan de Luz, battles of Nivelle and Nive, the
investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, and has received the War Medal with three
Clasps ; served also with the army of occupation in France.
18 Lieut.General Buckley served in the Peninsula with the Grenadier Guards, from March
1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle
and investment of Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battles
of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and taking of Peronne. He has received the War Medal with
two Clasps for Nivelle and Nive.
19 Sir John Rowland Eustace served in Upper Canada the campaigns of 1813 and 1814,
in command of a troop of the 19th Light Dragoons attached to the division of the army under
the immediate command of General Sir Gordon Drummond, and was engaged in the battle
of Lundy’s Lane near the Falls of Niagara on the 23d of July 1814, and commanded the whole of
the cavalry outposts and piquets during the siege, was present at the storming of Fort Erie,
and had the honour to be personally mentioned in the general orders of 1814 upon three different
occasions. Accompanied the 1st battalion of the Grenadier Guards to Lower Canada in 1838,
and was present with his regiment in the advance upon Napierville, and in the subsequent pur¬
suit of the insurgents.
20 Sir Edward Cust joined the Duke of Wellington’s army prior to the advance from Por¬
tugal in 1811, and continued with it up to the cantonments on the Adour in 1813, having been
present with the 14th Light Dragoons at the battles of Fuentes d’Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria,
the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive, investment of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege of Badajoz, and generally
in all the affairs of that period, until he quitted the Duke’s army on promotion. He has
received the War Medal with seven Clasps.
21 Major-General Daly served with the 24th on the expedition to Egypt in 1801. In April
1805 he embarked with the 56th Regt. for Bombay, and he commanded four companies of the 2nd
battalion employed in 1809, with a division in the field under Colonel Walker, at the storming
of Mallia, and at the reduction of other Forts in the Kattiwar District.
22 Lord Howden served as Aide-de-camp to his Grace the Duke of Wellington during the
years 1817 and 18, to the close of the occupation in France. Employed by Government on a
special mission, and was present at the battle of Navarin in 1827 (wounded, and mentioned in
Commander-in-chief’s despatch); siege of Antwerp in 1832 (wounded); campaign in Spain, in
Navarre and Basque Provinces, in 1834. Is a Knight of the Legion of Honor, Second Class of
St. Anne of Russia, Knight of Charles the Third of Spain, Third Class of Leopold of Belgium,
and Commander of the Saviour of Greece.
23 Lieut.General Douglas served at the capture of the Danish and Swedish West India
Islands in 1801. On the expedition to the north of Germany in 1805 and 6. Peninsular cam¬
paigns from Feb. 1812 to March 1814, including the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the
Pyrenees (27th to 31st July) ; siege of San Sebastian from 24th Aug. to the 8th Sept., and
battle of Nivelle. He has the Gold Cross for Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle,
having commanded a field battery; and the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for St. Sebastian.
25 Major-General Broke accompanied the 52nd on the expedition to Copenhagen in 1807; and
the following year on that to Portugal, and was present at the battle of Vimiera, the advance into

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