CITY INTELLIGENCE

... difference of in succession to Captain Todd, who retired. Commission dated 27th September. NOFITHEV, Lieutenant A. J. \V., 51st Light Infantry, to be Captain. paying the regulated difference of 1,100/. Vacancy occasioned by the exchange to Half Pay of the 27th ...

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... —A court-martial was lately held at Chatham barracks, for the trial of Ensign diaries Sheffield Dickson, of the 51st Light Infantry, stationed in that garrison, for conduct unbecoming the character of an officer and a gentleman, in having been seen ...

Published: Tuesday 28 November 1837
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
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IRELAND

... party of the 9th Lancers, under the command of Lieut. Clarke, a party of the constabulary, and two companies of the .51st Light Infantry, under Captain. Warden Flood, and was attended by above 30,000 persons. LAW OF LIBEL. IN IRELAND.—Some time in the year ...

limti# Chronicle. THE EXPEDITION

... Rosslyn’s 12th, Pcjneeof Wales’s 43d, 50th 51st, Light Infantry Reg. 52d, 59th, 68tb, Light Infantry Reg. 7lsl, Highlanders, Light Infantry 76th Ditto.—77lh 79th, or Cameron High- ...

CHATHAM, Nov. 24

... Ist December 2Jt* Fret** G. Ainslie, 21st Foot, from the Ist December to 14th February, 1847 ; Captain R. Thompson, 51st Light Infantry, from the December to February 14th, 1847 ; —and Captain Edward Scovell, of the is ordered to rejoin this garrison from ...

Published: Tuesday 01 December 1846
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
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ROCHESTER, CHATHAM, Ac

... corporals, and rank and file oi the Ollth Regiment, and rank and tile of the 51st Light Infantry. The guard was commanded by Major Jackson, of the 90th, Ensign Ffarington, of the 51st, being under his orders. similar detachment, from the 99th, expected to ...

Published: Tuesday 09 November 1841
Newspaper: South Eastern Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 555 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

TO BE LET,

... annoyed the cession of that country. the ’Wan time, the most active preparations, naval and inilihry, are making. The 51st Light Infantry, and the 23d Fiisileers, have embarked at Portsmouth; the 11th Foot 111 Plymouth, The Hyperion frigate arrived Tuesday ...

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... by rhe military here in a very animated and emphatic manner. About H'-ven o’clock, that distinguished regiment, the 51st (Light Infantry) assembled the Grand Parade, from whence they ma.ched to the Steyiie, when they fired leii-de-joi*, and wen: through ...

Published: Monday 24 June 1816
Newspaper: Hampshire Chronicle
County: Hampshire, England
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CANTERBDEY, Sept, I,

... le damage. Latt week, upwards of men, betongiog different arrived, at the Invalid Depot, Chatham, from India. Tlie 51st Light Infantry ore. at present, stationed Deptford, Greenwich, and Woolwich. Above 10,000 men, iione- and foot, are now in the nei ...

ROCHESTER, CHATHAM, &c

... morning, six detachments regiments now stationed in India left Chatham for Gravesend, to embark, viz., 24th, 29th, 51st, Light Infantry; 61st, 80th, and 74tb, to the number, 173 men, with 18 officers, embarked on board the ship Alfred, of 1,291 lons burden ...

Published: Tuesday 18 August 1846
Newspaper: South Eastern Gazette
County: Kent, England
Type: Article | Words: 1151 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

CANTE ,RBURY, August 14. To the Painters of the Kentish Chronicle. Canterbury, Avgust 1812. Gentlemen, Paper of ..

... under the command of Captain Walsh, passed through Hythe yesterday morning to embark for Portsmouth ; detachment ul the 51st light infantry regiment, amounting 150 rank and file, also marched from Braborne Lees, on Saturday last, for the same destination. ...

INDIA

... Willshire, X.C.8., has been selected to succeed the late Lieutenant-General Sir Benjamin DUrban, G.C.8., as colonel the 51st Light Infantry. This gallant officer highly distinguished himself upon several occasions in the Peninsular War, and was twice wounded ...

Published: Tuesday 03 July 1849
Newspaper: Kentish Gazette
County: Kent, England
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