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n July, issa!] loth ( The Kin (/s') Regt. of Lt. Drs. (Hussars).
“ EMSDORF”—“ EGMONT-OP-ZEE”—“ VILLIERS EN COUCHE”—
“ SAHAGUK”—“ YITTORIA”—“ PENINSULA”—“ WATERLOO.’'
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Colonel.—13 Thomas William Brotherton,1 CB. Ens. 24 Jan. 1800; Lieut. &
Cnpt. 27 July, 01 ; Maj. 28 Nov. 11; Lt.-Col. 19 May 14; Col. 22 July 30;
Maj.-Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.-Gen. 11 Nov. 51; Col. 15th Hussars, 18 May 49.
Lieut.-Colonels.—George William Key, Cornet, P5 July, 31 ; Lieut. 25 Aug.
33; Copt, p 16 Sept. 37 ; Major, p 14 June, 42 ; Lieut.-Col. 9 Feb. 47.
Michael William Smith, Ens. p 19 Nov. 30 ; Lieut. p21 Feb. 34; Capt. P23 Apr.
39 ; Major, 9 Feb. 47 ; Lieut.-Col. P8 March, 50.
Majors.—Hen. Bond,3 Cornet, P25 May, 09 ; Lt. 1 March, 11 ; Capt. p0 May
24; Brev.-Maj. 28 June, 38; Maj. 24 Nov.43; Brev. Lt.-Col. 11 Nov. 51.
Charles Higginson Teush-Hecker, Cornet, p29 Aug. 26; Lieut. P3 Jan. 28;
Capt. 2 June, 39; Major, P 8 March, 50.
Captains.
Oswald Sam. Blachford,P 6 Dec. 27
Brev. I.t.-Col. 20 June 54.
Richard Knox p 28 June 31
Francis Woodley Horne p31 Aug. 32
John Brett P10 Oct. 34
Thomas J. Kearney .... 27 Jan. 37
Laid Spencer S. Compton p 1 Nov. 39
Lewis Edward Nolan, s.. p 15 Mar. 39
Henry Brett p21 June 39
P.D’OrmieuxVonStreng5 Pll Nov. 28
John Macartney P27 lSept.33
Lieutenants.
Thomas R. Crawley,6 «... 19 Dec. 34
Henry Lee p 12 Oct. 39
Charles Walpole Hinxman 25 Oct. 42
Geo.Stoney Swinney,R.M P 14 June 42
Horace Trower p 30 Aug. 42
James Boyd Miller p 7 July 43
Wm.VeallGreethain,vl(7/. p31 May 44
Henry John Wale 20 June 45
James Edwards Vivian .. p 25 Feb. 48
Henry Howard Barber .. p 1 Dec. 46
Edward Harnett p 2 June 48
John Puget p 12 Sept. 48
IIon. A] gem on T. M ore ton P 12 Apr. 50
George Barrington Price P17 May 50
John Clements p 15 Aug. 48
Cornets.
Charles Steel p 14 June 50
Thomas Francis Maude.. p 15 Oct. 50
Geo. Travers Macartney p 19 Aug. 51
Charles Sewell P17 Oct. 51
William Edington Stuart P21 Nov. 51
William Henry Horne ..
Joseph P. North
p 13 Sept. 31
20 Apr. 34
6 Sept. 33
P14 Apr. 37
8 May 40
p 20 Oct. 43
P19 June 41
Pll Feb. 42
17 Apr. 34
P19 Dec. 34
9 Mar. 42
P 29 July 44
p 30 May 45
12 Apr. 46
3 Apr. 46
7 Jan. 47
p 30 July 47
p 25 Feb. 48
p 17 Mav 50
p 17 Jan. 51
14 Oct. 51
p 14 Oct. 51
6 Sept. 52
15 Mar. 53
p 16 Aug. 50
p 1 Aug. 34
9 Mar. 42
p 19 Aug. 42
9 Feb. 45
3 Sept. 47
p 29 Dec. 46
p 8 Mar. 50
p 25 July 51
6 Sept. 52
15 Mar. 53
BREV.-MAJ.
9 Nov. 46
20 June 54
20 June 54
0 Lieut. Crawley was present
at the closing operations before
Mooitan and at the surrender
of the citadel 22nd Jan. 1840.
He served as extra aide-de-
camp to Sir Henry Dundas
commanding the Bombay Divi¬
sion of the army of the Pun-
jaub during the march from
Mooitan and the subsequent
operations, and was present at
the battle of (Joojerat (Medal)
and in the pursuit of the Sikh
army to the river Jhelum.
5 Capt. Von Streng served with the 13th Light
Infantry in Afghanistan, and was present at both attacks
on Ghuznee, and for which he has received the Medal.
9 Lt. Lee was present with the If.th Lancers in the
action at Maharajpore,29th Dec. 1843, and has received
the Bronze Star.
10 Assist.-Surg. Moline served with the 22nd dviring
P27 Aug. 52l the campaigns of 1844-45, in the southern Mahratta
0-. ® * p-9 country, and was present at the taking of the Forts of
of LICC. oj. |punuqa an(i pownghur.
0 Paymaster.—James Gustav us Hamilton Holmes, 24 Feb. 37 5 Ens. Pll June, 30;
Lieut. p2 Aug. 33.
11 0 Adjutant.—Lieut. William Veall Greetham, 25 June 52.
10 0 Quarter-Master.—Walter Clarkson, 1 Sept. 48; Cornel, 20 Aug. 44.
15 0 Surgeon.—John Mure, M.D. 24 Dec. 47 ; Assist. Surg. 4 Oct. 39.
12 0 Assistant-Surgeon.—Jas. Prichard Moline,10 7 Oct. 42.
7 0 Veterinary Surgeon.—William Thacker, 14 July 47.
Blue—Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co.
[Returned from Madras, June 1854.]
I Lieuf.'General Brotherton served in Eg)pt under Sir Ralph Abercromby in 1801 ; in Germany under
Lord Cathcart in 1805; in Portugal, Spain, and France during the whole of the Peninsular War from 1808
to 1814, and has received the War Medal with seven clasps for the battles of Busaco, Fuentes d’Onor, Sala¬
manca (wounded), Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive, in which last battle he was wounded and taken
prisoner. Besides these he was present at all the cavalry affairs and skirmishes in which his Regt. the 14th
Light Dragoons was engaged, and was at the action on the Coa: he was wounded several times in these
skirmishes.
3 Lt.-Col. Bond served in the 17th Lt. Drs. at the taking of Anjarin Cutch in 1816 : also throughout the Mahratta campaign
of 1817 and 18. He was present with the 11th Lt. Drs. at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 1823-6 (Medal). Accom¬
panied the 3rdLt. Drs. into Affghanistan with the force under Sir Geo. Pollock, and was present at the forcing of the Khyber
Pass, and in every engagement in the advance of the army on Cabool: also commanded the Rear Guard on three different
occasions,—engaged the enemy at Tezeen and Jugdulluck, and safely covered and protected the whole of the baggage of the
army, notwithstanding the repeated attacks of the enemy (Medal).

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