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Her Majesty's ship Impérieuse—1 petty officer and 1 seaman, severely, and 1 seaman, slightly, wounded.
Her Majesty's ship Euryalus—1 petty officer and 2 marines, severely, and 1 seaman, slightly, wounded.
Her Majesty's ship Pearl–1 seaman, mortally, 1 Marine Artilleryman, severely, and 1 seaman, slightly wounded.
FRENCH Force. I Chasseur, severely wounded, I sailor, slightly, and 1 Corps Chenois, severely wounded. Lieutenant Kingsley's (67th Regiment) Corps of Disciplined Chinese. ! serjeant and 2 rank and file, severely wounded.
Ward's Force of Disciplined Chinese, now under
3 killed; 2 dangerously and 5 severely wounded.
1 officer wounded ; 4 men killed; 1 mortally, 2
Camp, before Kahding,
SiR, October 24, 1862.
list of casualties amongst the allied forces engaged
this morning, at the assault and capture of
Kahding; in transmitting which, it affords me much pleasure to be able to report for the information of the Brigadier-General Commanding, that nothing could be more satisfactory than the sanitary state of Her Majesty's Troops since leaving Shanghai, there being at the present time but two men non-effective from sickness, namely, soldiers of the 67th Regiment, suffering from ophthalmia. I have, &c., D. F. RENNIE, M.D., Surgeon, 31st Regiment, Senior Medical Officer, Shanghai Field Force.
The Deputy Assistant-Adjutant-
Admiralty, January 9, 1863.
A DESPATCH, of which the following is a copy, has been received from Vice-Admiral Sir James Hope, K.C.B., the Commander-in-Chief of Her Majesty's Ships on the East India and China Station, relating to the recapture of Kading, near Shanghae :
ReCAPTURE OF KADING.
No. 409. Head-Quarters, near Kading,
My Lord, - 24th October, 1862.
YOU will be pleased to acquaint the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, that the force noted underneath moved out of Shanghae on the 22nd instant, under the command of BrigadierGeneral Staveley, Captain Faucon, and Colonel Burgevine, of Ward's Chinese Corps; and that
Kading was retaken this morning after a feeble
English Troops—1310 officers and men, 6 guns, 12 mortars
Naval Brigade—570 officers and men, 7 guns.
French—493 officers and men, 5 guns.
Chinese (Ward's)—1900 officers and men, 8 guns. Grand Total—4273 officers and men, 26
guns, 12 mortars.
Captain Rt. Gibson—Lieutenant A. H. G. Richardson, 1st S. A. Company, 53 officers and men; Lieutenant E. H. Seymour, 2nd S. A. Company, 53 officers and men; Lieutenant H. H. Washington, Field-piece Party, 42 officers and men; Lieutenant D. G. Davison, Axe Party, 11 officers and men; Captain J. Y. Holland, Royal Marines, 51 officers and men.
Captain J. J. S. Josling—Lieutenant H. W. Rochfort, 1st S. A. Company, 52 officers and men; Lieutenant J. H. Colt, 2nd S. A. Company, 52 officers and men; Lieutenant J. E. Hunter, Field-piece Party, 42 officers and men; Captain
E. T. T. Jones, Royal Marines, 62 officers and Inen.
Lieutenant R. P. Dennistoun, S. A. Company, 52 officers and men; Lieutenant J. G. Y. Holbrook, Field-piece Party, 22 officers and men; Lieutenant W. Stewart, Royal Marines, 21 officers and men.
Com. A. C. Strode—Lieutenant J. F. G. Grant, 32 pr. siege guns, 46 officers and men.
Lieutenant H. P. Knevitt, Bridge Party, 1 officer, 10 men.
Total—570 officers and men.
In Medical Charge.
LIST of Casualties in the Naval Brigade under the command of Brigadier-General Staveley,
during the Expedition against the Rebels at Kahding, on the 24th of October, 1862.
Impérieuse. Stephen McCoy, Captain After-Guard, severely wounded. Charles Townrow, Ordinary, severely wounded. William Bushford, Ordinary, slightly wounded.
John Killbury, Gunner's Mate, severely wounded.
John Farrant, Gunner R.M.A., severely wounded.
(Signed) J. HOPE, Vice-Admiral.
Whitehall, January 8, 1863.
Addresses of Congratulation to the Queen, on the attainment of his Majority by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, having been transmitted to the Right Honourable Sir George Grey, Baronet, Her Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department, for Presentation, have accordingly been presented by him to Her