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... iti m *i&VL Mary, eldest her late . W.taon, Esq., of New! castle, fetoLordshire, ancl fe of Lieut. Thos. Brook the 51st Light Infantry, late of Birkenhead On the ult., Mary, infant daughter of John and ' Anne Hegarty, of Cheetwood-lane, aged months; also ...

hor&t. .. Sir John MTaskill, K.C.8,. K.H., Her Majestv's Foot. Captain W. More, IBth Bencral Infantry, Deputy ..

... Regiment Native Infantry —Killed :—Capt. Mackintosh. Lieutenant Shakespeare. 26th Light Infantry.—Killed:—Lieutenant Eatwell. Lieutenant Croly. 27th Regiment Native Infantry.—No return. 33rd Regiment Native Infantry.—No return, ...

Published: Wednesday 25 February 1846
Newspaper: Blackburn Standard
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1501 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

Dkatm non Excessive Dbihuwo oe Spirits.— Saturdsj evening, Clitries .VUco. soldier in tlie 8t»lh Regiment ol ..

... Dkatm non Excessive Dbihuwo oe Spirits.— Saturdsj evening, Clitries .VUco. soldier in tlie 8t»lh Regiment ol Infantry, now stationed the Regent Road Barracks, left tLe barracks in company with two of bis comrades, and baring bought a pint rum TnrUe a ...

Published: Wednesday 28 November 1849
Newspaper: Blackburn Standard
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2098 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

BARRACK CANTEEN—Office of Ordnancc London, 2nd October, 1847.—Notice is hereby given, that th CANTEEN in the ..

... BARRACK CANTEEN—Office of Ordnancc London, 2nd October, 1847.—Notice is hereby given, that th CANTEEN in the Infantry Barrack, at Manchester, is TO B1 LET to the 30th September, No person bat of unexcefi tionable character, or who will not undertake bond ...

Published: Saturday 09 October 1847
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 1513 | Page: 1 | Tags: News 

(MroMTANT .M*ki *r■ Nolicv has been given by the Ne3|K>lilan guvernim-nt (hat a filed light has been ..

... by the Ne3|K>lilan guvernim-nt (hat a filed light has been established t'ampaneila I’uiiU ((be eastern side of the Capri Channel), in lat. 40 deg. 54m. II s. >. and lon. IM tn. 3J* ». K. of Greenwich The light was first csbibiied on the IMh of April last ...

FOREIGN

... majesty's 10th from Lahore, and 32d from Ferczepore, or in all about 000*; the 8:h. 49th, 51st, 52d, and 72d Naive Infantry, 3.700 Native Infantry—s.7oo in all; the 11th Light Cavalry, anrj 7>hand 11th Irregular Horse. The artillery portion of the force consisted ...

FOREIGN

... consisting of her Majesy's 32nd and 53rd \oot;Cthe 13th, 20th, 51st, 53rd, md 72nd Regiments\yfative Infantry, with, howevei, but one troop of horse artlflery and three regiment! of cavalry,—the 11th Light, the 12th (Holmes's) Imgulars, and the 13th (Quins) Irregulars ...

FOREIGN

... 50th Rifles; Lieut. E. Younghusband, 9th Bombay Native Infantry. '* Wounded—Lieut.-Colonel Nash, 72nd Native Infantry ; Major Case, 32d Foot; Lieut, 11. A. Play fair, (since dead,) Native Infantry; Lieutenant Hill, Bombay Engineers; Captain Bailey, Bombay ...

WATERLOO ANNIVERSARY

... Foot; Dragoons; Thos. Horrocks. 51st FootTjohn Henshall, SftidFooti k f h. Royal Artillery driver; Thomas' Uidhdale, 16th l 6t Dragoon Guards; Henry : George Jones, 52nd Foot; Benjamin Gee, Guartgj Thomas Hilton Light Regiment;' Ezekiel Martin, Kojai ...

FOREIGN

... Dragoons; Lieutenant »• Cox, Bth Native infantry; and Lieutenant E. B- Sprot, European Light Infantry. Wounded Major G. Farquharson, Bth Native Infantry, dangerously ; Major J. K. M'Causland, 70th Native Infantry, severely; Captain and ...

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... exchanges. 10th Light Dragoons— Lieut. R. H. S. Barry, from the 14th Light Dragoons, to be Lieutenant, vice Lord F. G. Lennox, appointed to the 13 'h Light Dragoons. 13th Light Dragoons — Lieut. Lord F. G. C. G. Lennox, from the 10th Light ...

Published: Saturday 06 March 1841
Newspaper: Lancaster Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1818 | Page: 4 | Tags: none