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Huish, Lieutenant-Colonel George, Companion of the Older
of the Bath, 455. n A n-,b
Hunter, Reverend William, presented to the church and
parish of Baldernock, 441.
Hyde Park, Duke of Cambridge to be Ranger of, 24ft.
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India, general orders of the Governor-General, dated Simla,
October 20, 1842, announcing the successful termination
of the arduous and difficult operation confided to Major-
General England, of withdrawing, through the Kojuck
and Bolan passes, into the valley of the Indus, a portion
of the force lately stationed at Candahar; also Major-
General England's dispatch, detailing the above, dated
10th October, with a return of casualties; also dispatches
from Major-General Pollock, announcing the destruptipn,
by the troops under his command, of the grand bazaar at
Cabool, called the Cahar Chuttah i also a notification of
the release of Dost Mahomed Khan, and other Affghan
chiefs; also a dispatch from General Knott, announcing
an attack made upon the force under his command on the
14th October in the Huft Kotul pass, and in which our
sepoys defeated and dispersed the enemy, with a return of
killed and wounded, 10.
, dispatch from Major-General M'Caskill, with full
details as to the meritorious and gallant conduct of the
troops under Brigadier Stacey, at the capture of Istaliff
on 29th September, and commendations of various officers,
, dispatch from Major-General Pollock, notifying the
arrival of the troops under Major-General Nott, at Jum-
rood, together with Major-General Nott's dispatch, detail-
ing the attack made by, and total defeat of, the enemy on
the march to and from Ali Musjid, and the total destruc-
tion of that fort, together with a return of killed and
wounded, 67. ,. -,
, general orders of the Governor-General, dated
20th December 1842, with a copy of a letter from General
Nott, in further detail of the battle of Ghoin, and bearing
testimony of the services of Captain Ripley, 105.
, — *—■■ . r-t-rp—i in"i , dated
4th January 1843, directing the publication of a dis-
patch from General Pollock, as to the attack on the
. army, on its march to Tezeen, and the serious opposi-
tion encountered in the defiles of Jugdulluck, with a
return of the casualties in the affair which took place in
t .ithe Khyber pass on 3d November 1842, 106.
, notification from the Governor-General, announcing
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the arrival of Major James Outram, with dispatches from
Sir Charles Napier, dated Hyderabad, the 20th February,
announcing a complete and signal victory, by the Euro-
pean and native troops, on the 17th February, over the
combined armies of the Ameers of Upper and Lower
. 'Scinde, with a detail of killed and wounded; and that the
loss of the enemy was about 5000, and that Meer Roof hum
Khan, Meer Nusser Khan, and Meer Wullee Mahomed, of
Khyrpore, Meer Nusser Khan, Meer Shadad Khan, and
Meer Hoossein Khan, of Hyderabad, had given themselves
up as prisoners of war, 128. r
/nd a, general orders from the Governor-General, with dis-
patches, detailing the operations of the troops under Major-
General M'Caskill on the march to and from Cabool, with
returns of casualties, with details of operations on the
advance from Gundamuck to Soor-Rhab, and from Kutter
Sung to Tezeen, and on the route to Jugdnlluck; t35.
-, notification from the Governor-General, detailing a
treacherous attack by the Ameers of Scinde, after the
treaty, signed with them, and a decisive victory over
their whole army by the troops under Sir Charles Napier,
. 'I, dispatch from Major,General Sir Charles Napier, with
a detailed account of the various circumstances which led
to the action, and the decisive victory over the Ameers of
Upper and Lower Scinde, dated Meeanee, February 18,
with a letter from Major J. Outram to Sir C. Napier,
, general orders from the Governor-General, directing
the standard, taken by the Scinde horse, in the battle of
Meeanee, to be presented to them, and directing other
standards, with the words "Hyderabad, 1843," to be
, notification by the Governor-General, making known
to the army the names of the several officers, non-
commissioned officers, and privates, recorded in the
reports made to His Excellency Major-General Sir
Charles Napier, as having most distinguished themselves
in the battle of Meeanee, and directing the guns taken at
Hyderabad, which are unserviceable, to be cast into a
triumphal column, with the names of Sir Charles Napier,
and the several officers mentioned by his Excellency, to
be inscribed thereon, 181. .a r ".
, notification from the Governor-General, of his thanks
to the jemadar, the non-commissioned officers, and sepoys
of the 15th regiment of Bombay native infantrjvilSlv i.
. -, dispatches from Sir Charles Napier, dated 24th March
1844, from Oubba, announcing a battle between the troops
under his command, and 20,000 men under the command
of Meer Shere Mahomed, and the brilliant victory gained
over them, and the gallant conduct of the officers therein
mentioned, 250. . • ..iiii rn:
India, casualty roll of killed and wounded in the action near
Hyderabad on the 24th March 1843, 256; . Mi I
, return of standards taken from the enemy on the 24th
March 1843, 257. -Ww i u '•(!) to «-o!
i return of ordnance captured in the engagement near
Hyderabad, 258. . . ' . . . ../..jr 15!
. u' iiv announcing the juncture of Major Stack and his
cavalry, and commending Major Stack's conduct, 258.
, announcing the flight of the Ameer, the abandonment
of Meerpoor, and the occupation of Oomercote, 261.
, dispatch from Sir C. J. Napier, announcing the cap-
ture of Oomercote by the troops under the orders of
Major Woodbum, 339.
, return of ordnance taken in the fort of Oomercote,
343. - .„ . • ,'.
, dispatches from Major-General Sir Charles J. Napier,
dated Hyderabad, April 17th, enclosing reports, made by
officers commanding regiments, of remarkable actions
performed by individuals under their command, in the
battle fought 24th March; also a report of Captain
Thomas, 8th native infantry, of the preparations made by
him for defence of the residency, 380.. ..uucm' -idt it
. return of a standard taken by the 1st troop horse artil-
lery in the action 24th March, 384. ii -'.'H . ,!,1U
, return from Major P. F. Story, commanding 9th light
cavalry, 385. .' . — Ti, „. ,„< *. .
i.roll of warrant officers, non-commissioned officers, and
troopers of the 3d light cavalry, who distinguished them-
selves in the action of 24th March, 386. : '. -.>',, 11 .
—-, return from Lieutenant J. Tait, commanding detach-
ment Poonah horse, 387.
-—, return from Major J. H. Poole, commanding 22d re-
giment, 387. -.. .'
, return from Major W. J. Browne, commanding 8th re-
-I > return from Captain J. Stevens, commanding 21st re-
giment native infantry, 389.
., -return from Major A. Woodburn, commanding
2d brigade, 391. .•.'*..' j,l'
< , dispatches from Major-General Sir Charles Napier,
dated Hyderabad, June 17 1843, enclosing dispatch from
Lieutenant-Colonel Roberts, detailing his attack upon,
and capture of, Ameer Shah Mahomed, at Peer Aasse, on
8th June, with the letters of Captain Walker and Captain
J. R. Keilly, 481.
—T-i return of killed and wounded, 486.
India, dispatches from Sir C. J. Napier, dated 19th June,
detailing the movements for the surrounding Mter
Sheer Mahomed, and the result thereof, with letter
from Captain J. Jacob, with an account of standards and
prisoners taken, and what sirdars were present with the
Insolvent Debtors, circuit of the Commissioners for the
relief of, 70, 317, 508.
Ireland, John Viscount O'Neill elected a temporal peer of,
Johnstone, Reverend Robert J. presented to the church and
parish of Dunblane, 355.
Kenmure, Viscount, the sister of, to enjoy the same title,
place, and precedence, as if her father had succeeded to
the title, 396.
Kennedy, John, Esq. Secretary to Her Majesty's Legation at
Lauyhton, John, permission to accept and wear the insipnia.
of the first class, of the Royal Persian Order of the Lion
and Sun, 309." v> \*
Le Blanc, Charles, Esq. Magistrate of Her Majesty's settle-
ments in the Falkland Islands, 439.
Lejevre, John George Shaw, Esq. Commissioner for superin-
tending the sale and settlements of the waste land of the
Crown in the British colonies, and the conveyance of
emigrants thither, 575.
Leigh, Thomas Pemberton, Chancellor and Keeper of the
Great Seal to the Prince of Wales, 219.
, , sworn of the Council, 267.. V
Levees to be holden by Prince Albert, by the desire of Her
Majesty, at Saint James's-palace, 114, 215, 218L
, postponement of, 157. c .i.,'/'. . .AM
Lewis, the Right Hon. Thomas Frankland, Commissioner
for enquiring into the present state of the laws, as admi-
nistered in South Wales, which regulate the turnpike
roads; and also into the circumstances which have led to
the recent acts of violence and outrage in certain districts
of that country, 480. i qi'l ua-TuiH lyixVM
Lincoln, the Right Honourable Heiury Pelham PeUuun
Clinton, commonly called Earl of, Commissioned ift*
enquiring into the state of large towns and populous dis-
tricts in England and Wales, and the causes of disease
Lisboa, Commandeur, Marquess, Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary from the Emperor of Brazil,
audience of Her Majesty, to deliver a letter from his
Lloyd, Joseph Skipp, Gentleman at Arms to the Queen, 62.
Lochhart, William Brade, Esq. Provost Marshal of the island
of Dominica, 439.
London, Commissioners appointed under the Act, sixth and
seventh Victoria, for establishing an office for the benefit
of coal whippers of the port of, 552.
Lonsdale, John, Clerk, Bachelor of Divinity, elected Bishop
of Lichfield, 550.
M'Callum, Reverend Duncan, M.A. presented to the church
of Trumisgarry, 394.
Macavlay, William, Esq. Commissioner to the Mixed Bri-
tish and Portuguese Commission, at Boa Vista, in the
Cape Verds, 456.
Macbean, Alexander, Esq. Her Majesty's Consul at Leg-
M'Culloch, Reverend Colin, presented to the church and
parish of Denny, 396.
M'Diarmid, Reverend Hugh, M.A. presented to the church
and parish of Callander, 370.
M'Donald, Reverend John, presented to the church and
parish of Comrie, 366.
Macfarlan, Reverend Dr. Patrick, Commissioner for en-
quiring into the practical operation of the Poor Law in
MacGregor, Reverend Alexander, presented to the church
of Iona or Icolmkill, in the parish of Kilfinichan, 507.
MacGill, Reverend Francis, presented to the united parishes
and churches of Larbert and Dunipace, 355.
Machellar, Reverend Alexander, presented to the churches
of Bailechulish and Corran of Ardgour, in the parish of
M'Kenzie, Reverend Peter, presented to the church and
parish of Tongue, 403.
M'Kie, Rev. Thomas, presented to the church and parish of
Mackie, Reverend Philip J. presented to the church and
parish of Elgin, 366.
M'Intyre, Reverend Patrick, presented to the church and
parish of Edderachillis, 446. ''"''
Mackintosh, Reverend Thomas, presented to the church and
parish of Saint Cyrus, 395.