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Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

... Highlanders-Privates D. M'Dongall and J. Stewart. Ist Volunteer Battalion Highland Light V Infantry-Lituce-Sergeant T. W. I-Ietchison. 2nd f Volunteer Battalion Highland Light Infantry- . Sergeant D. Gray. ist Vo)unteer Battalion Sea- forth Highlanders-Private ...

DEATHS

... Military Secretary; Surgeon Major Mackenzie, M.D. \ Arthur H. L. Bagot, Prince Arthur’s Light Infantry (Somersetshire Regiment) ; C. C. Cavendish, Highland Light Infantry and Evans Gordon, United Service Club, Aidea-de* Camp. ...

THE LETTER OF SERVICE

... Grenadiers, one of light infantry, and eight battalion companies. “The Grenadier Company is to consist of one captain, two lieutenants, three sergeants, three corporals, two drummers, two pipers, and 57 private men ; the Light Infantry Company of one captain ...

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... sRTeNGRAIM, of the Bengal Infantry, aged 19, only son of the late Major J, Fotheringham, of the Madras enlgineers. . At Bellavy, East Indies, of cholera, onl the 15th of February last, Capt. JAW.Es WEat, 7th Madras light I infantry. At London, on tite 30th ...

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... George Nayler walked before the coffin, bearing the crown and cushion ; he w.as preceded by a body of huilans, while the infantry lined and prevented the populace from interrupting the %I line of rmarch. Lu.ed Hood, as chief mourner, walked immediately ...

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... of 40 non- 3 commissioned officers and men of the Depot High- 3and Light Infantry and Provisional Battalion, stationed at Shorncliffe, to join the let Battalion IHighland Light Infantry for service in Crete. Some idea of the growth of cycling in the colonies ...

THE GREAT KMEI'TE

... THE GREAT KMEI'TE. The Royal Rips was the pet uame of the second Battalion of the Royal Ulster Light Infantry. Those who did not care about them called them the Great Coats, which was supposed to joke, but as there were very few who did uot like ...

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

... Campbell, daughter c. the late Mr Campbell of Achleai. X% JXD!A. At Madras, Capt. T. W. Taylor, of his Majesty's 24th regiment of light dragoons, and military secretary to the governor-general, to Miss Ann Harvey Petrie, se- cond daughter of John Petrie, Esq ...

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

... killed in an action before the gates of Delhi, at the memorable siege in 1857, while second in command of the 1st Punjaub Light Infantry. Of the sons whop went to Canada, Hugh David,the youngest,is a civil engineer, who resides at Sherbroke, Quebeo Thomas ...

Births, Deaths, Marriages and Obituaries

... 'Lock- hart, the Viceroy. nermbers of the Council, I-and all high offitcials. The route to the Icemetery was lined lby native infantry regi- ments, and crowded Avith a' sorrowing throng o' Europeans and nati-es. Bishop Welilodu conducted t1he burial service ...