The Late General Sir T. Willshike, G.C.B.—The colonelcy of the 51st (King's Own) Light Infantry Regiment of ..

... The Late General Sir T. Willshike, G.C.B.—The colonelcy of the 51st (King's Own) Light Infantry Regiment of Foot has become vacant by the death General Sir Thomas Wiltshire, which took place Hill-house, Windsor Forest, from effusion on the brain, in his ...

Published: Friday 06 June 1862
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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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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THE WEEKLY FREEMAN’S JOURNAL, SATURDAY, Jl NE 5. 1852

... landed her Majeaty’e 51st Light Infantry, 18th Royal Irish, tbs 40th Bengal Native Infantry, and part of my artillery. The Bengal guns, under Major Read, ware ordered to move in advance, covered by four companies of the 51st ...

Published: Saturday 05 June 1852
Newspaper: Weekly Freeman's Journal
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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LONDON. SEPTEMBER 27

... in the 51st Light Infantry, vacant by Captain Phelps promotion in the 4th Regiment. The Depot Paymsstership of the 97th is vacant by the promotion of Lieut. Austin to Company the 51st Regt. Colonel Rice, C.B. who formerly commanded the 51st ...

Published: Wednesday 01 October 1834
Newspaper: Limerick Chronicle
County: Limerick, Republic of Ireland
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MILITARY MOVEMENTS

... the 88th Conuaught Bangers. Depot, Templemore, is held in readiness to move by railway to Beiftat* then* to remain in 51st Light Infantry, under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Errington, will proceed from Belfast Dublin by special railway train on 22nd ...

Published: Wednesday 22 April 1857
Newspaper: Cork Examiner
County: Cork, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 315 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

TIIK SECRET COMMITTEE

... was stormed taken. Captain Rice, Captain Darrocb, and Lieutenant Carter, of ber Majesty’a 51st Light Infantry ;to Lieute* nant Ansley, 9tb Madras Native Infantry ; to Lientenant Craster, Bengal Engineers ; and to Doctor M'Cosh, of tba medical department ...

Published: Saturday 28 August 1852
Newspaper: Cork Constitution
County: Cork, Republic of Ireland
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THIS DAY'S MAIL

... stormed and taken. Captain Rice, Captain Darrocb, and Lieutenant Carter, of her Majesty's 51st Light Infantry; to Lieutenant Ansley, 9th Madras Native Infantry; to Lieutenant Craster, Bengal Engineers; and Dr. M'Cosb, of the Medical Department, the Governor ...

Published: Wednesday 25 August 1852
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 604 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

CAPTURE OF BASSEIN

... stormed and taken. To Captain Rice, Captain Darroch, and Lieutenant Carter, of her Majestv'e 51st Light Infantry; to Lieut. Ans- i ley, 9th Madras Native Infantry; to Lieut. Craster, Bengal | Engineers; and to Dr. M'Cosh, the Medical Department, the Governor ...

Published: Friday 27 August 1852
Newspaper: Cork Examiner
County: Cork, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 522 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

MILITARY PENNY READINGS

... PENNY READINGS. The fourth eerie* ef reading* were give* Friday evening th« member* of the Glee sad Heading Class (51st Light Infantry and lith Hns-ars regiments), “The Deserter” was read Private Ball in very fair style, and it waa received favourably ...

THIS DAY'S MAIL

... stormed and taken. To Captain Rice, Captain Darrocb, and Lieutenant Carter, of her Uajesty's 51st Light Infantry; to Lieutenant Ansley, 9th Madras Native Infantry; to Lieutenant Craster, Bengal Engineers; and to Dr. M'Cosh, of the Medical Department, the ...

Published: Wednesday 25 August 1852
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Mail
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 607 | Page: 3 | Tags: none