!! Connaught Journal; Sep 6, 1824 "Military Promotions"
- THE CONNAUGHT JOURNAL
Galway, September 6, 1824
War-Office, August 27, 1824
4th Regiment of Light Dragoons- Paymaster William Waldey, from the half-pay of the 40th foot, to be paymaster, vice Robert Kerr, who exchanges.
12th Do.- Lieutenant Richard Bury Pallisar, to be captain by purchase, vice Grauford, promoted in the Cape corps cavalry; ensign James England, from the 77th foot, to be lieutenant, by purchase, vice Pallisar.
5th Regiment of Foot - Ensign Edward Eustice Hill to be lieutenant without purchase, vice McKenzie, deceased - John Wingfield King, gentleman, to be ensign, vice Hill.
18th Do. - Thomas Cockburn Graves, gentleman, to be ensign, vice Hill.
20th Do. - Ensign John George Young, from the 18th foot, to be lieutenant, without purchase, vice Church, deceased.
26th Do. - Ensign Humphry Babington, to be lieutenant, without purchase, vice Roberts, deceased; Robert James Evelyn Rich, gentleman, to be ensign, vice Babington.
39th Do. - Brevet lieutenant-colonel Patrick Lindsay to be lieutenant-colonel by purchase, vice Slurt, who retires; brevet major Donald Macpheram to be major by purchase, vice Lindesay; lieutenant Henry Caldicott to be captain, by purchase, vice Macpherson; ensign James Henry Lerkie to be lieutenant by purchase, vice Caldicott; Gerard Charles Borough, gentleman, to be ensign, by purchase, vice Lerkie.
60th Do. - Serjeant-major John Liddel, from the 7th foot, to be second lieutenant without purchase, and to act as adjutant.
71st Do. - Ensign Nenon Alexander Connor, to be lieutenant without purchase, vice Coates; ____ Seymour, gentleman, to be ensign, vice Connor.
72d Do. - Lieutenant George Murray, from the half pay of the 24th foot, to be lieutenant, vice Hugh Rose, who exchanges.
73d Do. - Major Thomas Bradgate Bradford, from the 97th foot, to be major, vice Hugh Cameron, who retires upon half pay of the York Chasseurs.
77th Do. - Joseph Lumas, gentleman, to be ensign by purchase, vice England, promoted in the 12th light dragoons.
79th Do. - Lieutenant James Dudgeon Brown to be captain by purchase, vice Marshall promoted; ensign Fox Maule to be lieutenant by purchase, vice Brown; Thomas Croutie, gentleman, to be ensign by purchase, vice Maule.
82d Do. - Lieutenant Charles Mortimer to be captain, without purchase, vice Field, deceased; ensign Nathaniel Green to be lieutenant, vice Mortimer; John Trollope, gentleman, to be ensign, vice Green.
84th Do. - Captain George Thomas Colomb, from the half pay of the 37th foot, to be captain, vice Jacob Tonson, who exchanges.
86th Do. - Lieutenant Mathew Robert Grey to be captain by purchase, vice Hogg, who retires; ensign Frederick Close, to be lieutenant, by purchase, vice Grey; Power Le Poer French, gentleman, vice Close.
92d Do. - Captain John Cameron, from half pay of the 79th foot, to be captain, vice Phelan, who exchanges.
97th Do. - Major Thomas Paterson from the half pay of the York Chasseurs, to be major, vice Bamford, appointed to the 73d foot.
98th Do. - Lieutenant James Maynard Goodiff, from the half pay of the 31st foot, to be lieutenant, vice Robert Logan, who exchanges.
2d West India Regiment - Ensign and Adjutant Daniel Curry to have the rank of lieutenant; ensign Robert Maricod Sutherland to be lieutenant without purchase, vice Dunn, deceased; Edward Elmore Nicolis, gentleman, to be ensign, vice Sutherland.
Royal African Colonial Corps - Captain Pierce Toussaint de Barrallier, from the half pay of the 3d foot, to be captain, vice Thomas Barnes, who exchanges.
Veteran Companies of Newfoundland- Capt. Alexander Mackenzie from half pay York light infantry volunteers to be captain.
Garrisons - Lieutenant-colonel William Bedford of the late 3d Royal Veteran Battalion, to be staff captain at Chatham, vice Alexander Dalgely [or Dalgety] , placed on the retired list.
Hospital staff - Hospital Assistant, James Young, to be Assistant Surgeon to the Forres, vice Law, deceased - Edward J. Bulteel, gentleman, to be Hospital Assistant to the Forces, vice Young.
Office of Ordnance, Aug. 25, 1824.
Corps of Royal Engineers - First Lieutenant Rawden F. Clavering, from the half pay, to be first lieutenant, vice Hayler, deceased.
Cathy Joynt Labath
Ireland Old News
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