THE BURMESE WAR

... landed her Majesty’s 51st Light Infantry, the 18ih Royal Irish, the 40th Bengal Native Infantry, and part of artillery. Tbe Bengal guns, under Major Reid, were ordered move in advance, covered four companies of the 51st ...

Published: Saturday 05 June 1852
Newspaper: Bell's Weekly Messenger
County: London, England
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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

... her Majesty's 51st Light Infantry, the ISth Royal Irish, the 40th Bengal Native Infantry, and part of my artillery. The Bengal guns, under Major Reid, were ordered to move in advance, covered by four companies of the 51st ...

Published: Saturday 05 June 1852
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
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COMMODORE G. R. LAMBERT TO HIS EXCELLENCY

... landed her Majesty's 51st Light Infantry, 18th Royal Irish, the 40th Bengal Native Infantry, and part of my artillery. The Bengal guns, under Major Reid, were ordered to move in advance, covered by four companies of the 51st ...

Published: Saturday 05 June 1852
Newspaper: Hampshire Chronicle
County: Hampshire, England
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INDIA

... her Majesty's 51st Light Infantry, the 18th Royal Irish, the 40th Bengal Native Infantry, and part of my Artillery. The Bengal guns, under Major Reid, were ordered to move in advance, covered by four companies l of the 51st ...

Published: Sunday 06 June 1852
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 4621 | Page: 10 | Tags: News 

THE CAPTURE OF RANGOON

... her Majesty's 51st Light Infantry, the 18th Royal Irish, the 40th Bengal Native Infantry and part of my artillery. The Bengal guns, under Major iteid, were ordered to move in advance, covered by. four companies of the 51st ...

Published: Tuesday 01 June 1852
Newspaper: Morning Chronicle
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 9661 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

THE suN, LONDoN, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 5 1855 LAUNCH OF THE BRUNSWICK AT PEMBROKE. PRESENTATION OF BURMESE ..

... which have already been presented to several regiments which took part in the campaign, were distributed to the 51st (King's Own) Light Infantry, now under orders for the Crimea, by General Sir Harry Smith, at Manchester, in the presence of a considerable ...

Published: Tuesday 05 June 1855
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3928 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

was it then ? Fear, nothing but fear. Fear based on Alma and Inkerman ! Fear, founded upon the consciousness

... which have already been presented to several regiinenti which took part in the campaign, were distributed to the 51st (King's Own) Light Infantry, now under orders for the Crimea, by General Sir Harry Smith, at Manchester, in the presence of a considerable ...

Published: Tuesday 05 June 1855
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 5971 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

MILITARY SPORTS AND AMATEUR THEATRE CALS AT THE CURRAGH

... Straps—Mr. Ni'pkins, Captain l)eoon, Royals; Captain Capsicum, Capuin Morrison, 51st Light Infantry ; fYederick, Captain Brine, R.K.; Mr. Crewe Read, 51st Light Infantry; Grumpy, Mr. Leech, Regiment; Caroline, ...

Published: Monday 05 January 1857
Newspaper: Cork Examiner
County: Cork, Republic of Ireland
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MILITARY

... amounting to 250 men, women, and children, the whole under command of Captain C. Kyrle Chat field. 51st Light Infantry. The following officers of the 51st Light Infantry accompanied the troops Ensigns Wynne, ...

Naval and Military Intelligence

... the whole under command of Capt. C. Kyrie Chatfield, 51st Light Infantry. The Star of India left for Portsmouth yesterday to disembark the troops. The following officers of the 51st Light Infantry accompanied ...

Published: Thursday 11 April 1867
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
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ing all our ships fully manned; this is, that by doing so we should be enabled, at the breaking out

... Royal Marines and right wing of the 51st Light Infantry, was under Lieut.-Colonel Fergusson, Royal Marines, and the defending column, consisting of the depot of the 27th Foot and left wing of the 51st Light ...