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War-Office, 12th January 1821.
MEM or ANDUM.
His Majesty has been pleased to approve of the under-mentioned Regiments being permitted to bear on their colours and appointments, in addition to any other badges or devices which may have heretofore been granted to those Regiments, the following distinctions, viz.
45th Regiment of Foot, the words ** Fuentes d'Honor,”
in commemoration of the distinguished services of the Regiment at Fuentes d'Honor, on the 3d May 18] 1.
in commemoration of the distinguished services of the Regiment at the battle of Roliea, on 17th August 1808; at Viniera, on 21st August 1808; in the action of Busaco, on 27th September 1810; at the battle of Barrosa, on 5th March 18 l l ; at Fuentes d'Honor, on 5th May 18 l l ; at Cuidad Rodrigo, in the month of January 1812; at the siege of Badajoz, on 16th March 1812; at the battle of Salamanca, on 22d July 1812; at Wittoria, on 21st June 1813; at Nivelle, on 10th November 1813; in the passage of the Nive, on 9th, 10th, and 11th December 1813; at Orthes, on 27th February 1814; and in the attack of the position covering Toulouse, on 10th April 1814.
War-Office, 12th January 1821.
Captain Robert Simpson, of the 6th Royal Veteran Battalion, to be Town-Major of Portsmouth, vice Ashhurst, deceased. Dated 4th January 1821,
India-Board, January 15, 1821.
THE following are Copies and Extracts of *further Dispatches, Reports and General Orders concerning Military operations in India, which did not arrive in the regular course of the dates.
Extracts from General Orders by the Governor in Council at Bombay, of the dates undermentioned:
December 19, 1817.
THE Governor in Council has received a report of the capture of the fort of Boputghur, a place of great natural strength, situated in the Northern Concan, by a detachment under Lieut.-Col. Fallon ; and has much pleasure in expressing his approbation of the conduct of that Officer, and of the troops under his command, in gallantly driving the enemy from that strong hold.
January 3, 1818. THE fort of Kobellaghur, situated in the North
ern Concan, which a detachment of the Peishwa's troops had taken on the 30th of last mouth, garrisoned as it was by a party of police peons only, having been recaptured by a detail of the 1st battalian 9th regiment of Native Infantry, under the command of Captain Brooks, of the 7th Native Infantry, the Right Honourable the Governor in Council feels himself called upon publicly to express the satisfaction he has derived from the exertions of the Officers and men composing that detachment, in gaining possession of a fortress of no inconsiderable strength. The advance, led on by Ensign Jopp, of the engineers, consisting of between thirty and forty Sepoys, and a detail of pioneers, under Ensign Siordet, compelled the enemy to fly from the fort, although opposed in their progress at every advantageous position, during an ascent of nearly three miles, which the gallantry and vigour of the attack, however, successfully overcame.
* See Supplement to the London Gazette, of Tuesday the 29th August 1820. soned * The capture of these places was noticed in Dispatches from the Government of Bombay and Lieut. Colonel Imlach, dated 25th and 5th April, 1818, published in the London
March 25, 1818.
THE Right Honourable the Governor in Council has the pleasure to announce, that the fort of Russaulghur has been surrendered to Lieutenant-Col. Kennedy, by capitulation; and the fort of Gunga taken possession of by the force in the Concan, while under the command of Major Hall, of His Majesty's 89th regiment.
April 30th 1818.
THE Governor in Council is pleased to publish the following orders issued by Lieutenant Colonel Imlach, C. B. under date the 6th and 8th instant, in taking possession of the Forts of Ramghur and Dewghur, * and thus completing the reduction of the Province of Salsee, and to express his approbation of the conduct of the Lieutenant Colonel, and of the Officers and men under his command, during their late operations in the vi-cinity of Malwan.
Gazette of 28th September 1818, pages 1734 and 1735. re
Camp, Comta, Monday April 6th 1818. JExtract of F. M. O. Lieutenant Colonel Imlach, C. B.
Lieutenant Colonel Imlach, has received a dispatch from Captain Pearson, announcing the -capture of the fort of Raunghur, by the detachment under his command ; the Lieutenant Colonel congratulates that Officer on his successs, and warmly expresses to him his cordial thanks for the expeditious and prompt measures he adopted for its reduction.
The Commanding Officer with Captain Pearson, returns his sincere thanks to Lieutenants Bell and Thompson, of His Majesty's 89th regiment, Lieutenant Groundwater, of the artillery, Lieutenant Campbell, pioneers, and Lieutenant Dominiceti, of the Honourable Company's Marine, and to the men employed under their orders, and he will feel proud in having the honour to report to His Excellency the Commander in Chief, the steady conduct of the detachment under Captain Pearson, and under circumstances of no common undertaking from the mature of the country, so completely intersected with jungle and ravines, in making a road for the guns, &c.
Morning Field Detachment Orders by Lieutenant