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... Majesty has been graciously pleased to command, that the 51st Light Infantry Regiment shall bear, in addition lo its present roiin.y title, the litleof ihe 51st (or tbe King's Own) Light Infantry Regiment; ...

Published: Monday 23 April 1821
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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m& ARMY

... October, 1793; Colonel of the 60th Foot tbe SOth December, 1797 ; Major-General the 26th February, 1795 ; Colonel nf the 51st Light Infantry the 9th May, 1800) Lieu- ?? the 29th April, 1802; and General the lst of January, 1812. He embarked with the troops ...

Published: Saturday 30 November 1822
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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THE LORD HIGH ADMIRAL, 4*

... The troops were formed in line, the lloyal Marine Artillery on the right, 50th Regiment. Knyal Marines Depots 28th, 51st Light Infantry, and 60ih Rilles . the 27tn Regiment kept the ground. About half past ten o'clock, (hen Royal Highnesses the Duke and ...

Published: Monday 13 August 1827
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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LONDON..TUESDAY, MAY 28

... Ihe premature productions now brought io Covenl-garden market. A small basket of peaches obtained a high price. The 51st Light Infantry embarked on Friday sennight, at Portsmouth, for Malta. The neighbourhood of Guildford was visited on Saturday with a ...

Published: Tuesday 29 May 1821
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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BIRTHS— Oa Sunday, the 20th, at the Vicarage, Rick- mansworth, Mrs. Edward Hodgson, of a son. On ?? inst. at

... Majesty's Consul at Bordeaux. DIED— At Geneva, on the 6th of June, Captain Frederick Rire, late of his Majesty's 51st Regiment of Light Infantry. Cn Tuesday morning, ihe 22d inst. at Han-well Grove, Mid- dlesex, Mary Ann Harriet, daughter of Edmund Henry ...

Published: Thursday 24 July 1823
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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THE ARMY

... inarching order. The 51st Regiment of Light Infantry ha* received orders to march from Chichesterand Brighton, for Croydon. The buildings aud land in Camp-lane, near Leeds, which are now occupied by a part of the b'th Regiment of Infantry, have been purchased ...

Published: Tuesday 01 August 1820
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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BIRTH—On Saturday, the 26th lost, io Great Cumberland,.street, tbe Lady of Trehawke Kekewicb, Esq. of a ..

... the 28ib inst. at Marylebone Church, by tbe Rev. Dr. Hislop, Capiain George Wettings, of the 86th Regi- ment, or King's Light Infantry, to Anne, only daughter of Johq Peowarqe, Esq. of Stafford-it reet, and granddaughter to the late Joba Pen warne, of Peqwarne ...

Published: Wednesday 30 May 1821
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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From the LONDON GAZETTE, August 15

... be Captains of Infantry by purchase. — Lieutenant Edward Barrett Curteis, from the Ist Dragoons ; Lieutenant Thomn- Woodward Ey les from the SOth Foot ; Lieutenant Samuel Pol?, from the 17th Light Dragoon-. To be Lieutenants of Infantry, by purchase. ...

Published: Wednesday 16 August 1826
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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War-Office, Jan. 18, 1827

... Forres — Assistant-Surgeon John Quincev, rom the l.th Light Dragoons ; Assistant-Surgeon John Frederick Clarke, M.D. from the 51st Foot, vice Sweeny, promoted ; Assist* ?? James Dawn, from the 3d Light Dragoons, vice Burd who retires upon half-pay. To be ...

Published: Saturday 20 January 1827
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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SHIP NEWS

... Mrs. Mijctier; Lieutenant F. P. Raper, 39th Native Infantry; Lieutenant-Colooel Fagan, 15th Regi- ment Native Infantry ; Captain W. Mactier, 4th Cavalry ; Cap- tain H. Sibbald,4lst Native Infantry ; Lieutenant H. Delafope, Artillery; Captain George Reed ...

Published: Thursday 28 September 1826
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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War-Offce, April 13, 18-9

... Townsend, from the 14th Light Dra- goons, to be Lieutenant-Colonel of Infantry, by purchase. To be Captains of Infantry, by purchase — Lieutenant Thomas Keiiyon, from the 64th Foot ; Lieutenant Charles Crespigny Vivian, from the 7th Light Dragooos. Hospital ...

Published: Wednesday 15 April 1829
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 544 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

Prom the LONDON GAZETTE, Oct. M

... To be Lieutenant-Colonels of Infantry, by purchase — Major Pbilip C. Taylor, fromthe 81st Font, vice Major-General John Miller, who retires; Major Chessborough Grant Falconer, from Ihe 78 h Foot.— To be Major of Infantry, by purchase— Captain Robert S ...

Published: Monday 24 October 1825
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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