!! Connaught Journal; May 6, 1824 "The Army"
- THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, Thursday, May 6, 1824
The report at the United Service Club is, that the "People of the Horse
Guards" mean to continue the 10th Hussars in Ireland for another year, as a
punishment for their sins.
At a Court-Martial held at Barbadoes, on the 20th November last,
Assistants-Commissary-General John Lawrence and Edward Wood, for embezzlement
and fraudulent returns in their accounts, were sentenced to be dismissed his
Majesty's service which sentence has been confirmed.
At Jamaica, Deputy Assistant-Commissary-General Thomas Bunnell, for similar
offences, to be dismissed his Majesty's service, and rendered incapable of ever
serving in any civil or military capacity whatever.
The last division of the 95th regiment of foot has embarked at Portsmouth
The 71st regiment is ordered on the arrival of the 61st at Cork to embark
On the arrival of the 71st in Canada, the first battalion of the 60th Foot
is ordered to embark for England.
The 1st division of the 9th regiment of infantry is ordered to embark
forthwith at Greenock, on board the Loyal Briton transport for Gibraltar.
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News