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Typed copy of the autobiography of Maj Gen J R Pughe, Bengal Staff Corps and the 47th Regiment of Bengal Naitve Infantry, 1822-1906; edited by Lt Gen Sir Alfred Bingley. Archives 1968-07-418
A collection of manuscript letters written by Lt William Cowper Coles to his family, 1816-1817. They are written from Ireland, the Peninsular and France, which he was serving in the 40th (or 2nd Somerset) Regiment of Foot 1805-1809, the 4th (Queen's Own) Dragoons 1809-1812 and the 12th or Prince of Wales's Light Dragoons from 1812.Associated with the Peninsular War (1808-1814) and Napoleonic Wars (1803-1815). Archives 1968-07-419
Parchment Roll of the Whitehall Companies of the Civil Service Rifles from their raising in 1859 to 1879; signatures of all serving members. Archives 1968-07-421
Commission issued by Earl of Sefton, Lord Lieutenant of Lancashire to George Russell Rogerson as Captain in the 8th Lancashire Artillery Volunteer Corps, 10 Dec 1870. Archives 1968-07-422
Correspondence to and from Col C Field on various military historical matters, 1925. Archives 1968-07-423
27 letters of Pte Jack Dauty to his mother from South Africa, 1901-1902; associated with the Boer War (1899-1902). Archives 1968-07-425
Typed transcript of the Journal of Andrew Robertson, surgeon of the 42nd Highlanders in the Flanders campaigns of 1743-1745; associated with the War of the Austrian Succession (1740-1748). Archives 1968-07-426
Notes for lectures in the history of war by Capt Garnet Man, Royal Military College, nd but 1860 (c). Archives 1968-07-427
Press cuttings and autograph letters relating to prominent military personalities, 1850 (c); most are replies to invitations to the Waterloo Banquet 1852. Archives 1968-07-428
Two letters, 18 and 19 Sep 1777; from the Americans, Brig Gen Warner and Col J Brown to Brig Henry Watson Powell at Ticonderoga, demanding his surrender; includes Powell's reply and a note by Powell's ADC, Lt Thomas Bonnor; associated with the Siege of Ticonderoga, American War of Independence (1775-1783) 1777. Archives 1968-07-429
Various documents relating to the surrender of St John's, Newfoundland, to the French, 27 Jun 1762 and its restitution, 18 Sep 1762; associated with the Seven Years War, North America (1756-1763) 1758. Archives 1968-07-430
Documents relating to Light Infantry tactics, 1800 (c). Archives 1968-07-431
Commissions to Lt Gen George Williamson 1747-1772, Lt Gen Sir Adam Williamson 1736-1798, Capt William Ince 1708, Lt Col John Elliott August 1803 and Lt Joseph Lancaster Wetherall 1870. Archives 1968-07-432
Commissions and appointments to CMG and Distinguished Service Order of Brig Gen P T Westmorland, 1882-1916. Archives 1968-07-433
Six commissions to George Tito Brice 1803-1871 and four commissions to George Hooton Hyde 1817-1843. Archives 1968-07-434
Seven commissions of Lt Gen H H Graham, 59th (2nd Nottinghamshire) Regiment of Foot, 1830-1874. Archives 1968-07-435
Four commissions of Capt Thomas George Jackson, 1806-1826. Archives 1968-07-436
Eight commissions to Maj Gen John Barrett, 1827-1875. Archives 1968-07-437
Four commissions to Capt J J Hamilton, 1861-1879. Archives 1968-07-438
Three commissions of William Jenkins, 1743-1749. Archives 1968-07-439
Commissions to Maj Gen J Sheckleton, 1866-1872. Archives 1968-07-440
Warrant from the Army Medical Board, 24 Dec 1811; appointing John Webb a Hospital Mate in the Army. Archives 1968-07-441
Commission appointing Rev Andrew Cheap Chaplain, 25th (Edinburgh) Regiment of Foot, 12 Jan 1762. Archives 1968-07-442
Commission appointing Sir Robert Innes Guidon and Captain in the 2nd Troop of Horse Grenadier Guards, 22 Nov 1744. Archives 1968-07-443
Printed documents associated with the Boer War, 1899-1900; associated with the Siege of Ladysmith, Boer War (1899-1900) 1899-1902. Archives 1968-07-444
Printed pamphlet: The Case of Brigadier General Ingoldsby in Relation to his Conduct in the Late Action at Fontenoy, 1745; associated with the Battle of Fontenoy, War of the Austrian Succession (1740-1748) 1745. Archives 1968-07-446
Photographs of documents relating to the History of the Madras Army, 1759-1812; associated with the Seven Years War, India (1756-1763). Archives 1968-07-447
Lecture on the Siege of Cork 1690 by Capt R G T Currey, 1913-1914; with plans; associated with the Siege of Cork, Irish War (1689-1691) 1690. Archives 1968-07-448
Memorandum on the Indian Mutiny by Mr MacLeod Wylie while at Calcutta, 2 Jun 1857; associated with the Indian Mutiny (1857-1859). Archives 1968-07-450
Seventeen miscellaneous autograph letters and documents, 1793-1914. Archives 1968-07-452
Miscellaneous single letters and documents, 1717-1905. Archives 1968-07-453
Pocket book containing the itinerary of an escaped British Prisoner-of-War in Spain, 7 Jan-8 Feb 1813; associated with the Peninsular War (1808-1814). Archives 1968-07-454
Message sent out of Ladysmith during the siege from Tpr A L Wingfield, Natal Carabineers to Capt A W Montgomery, Royal Fusiliers, 28 Nov 1899; associated with the Siege of Ladysmith, Boer War (1899-1902) 1899-1900. Archives 1968-07-455
Formation badge, 2004; dark blue square with a red diamond, within which is the head of an antelope in dark blue; tactical recognition flash, 145, (Home Counties Brigade) HQ and units. Badges 2007-06-10
Letter from Archibald Campbell to the Earl of Breadalbane describing the preparations for the Egyptian Campaign with an Order of Battle of the army, 20 Dec 1800; associated with the Wars of the French Revolution, Egypt (1799-1801). Archives 1968-07-456
Rectangular formation badge in black, 2004; with another rectangle in green with a yellow stripe at the top and one at the bottom superimposed on top; in the centre the letters, 'CIMIC'; The CA Gp became the Joint Civil-Military Cooperation (CIMIC) Group (JCG) in April 2004 and the TRF was altered; the JCG TRF differs from the CA Gp TRF in that the words, 'CIVIL AFFAIRS' have been removed and replaced by the letters, 'CIMIC'. Badges 2007-06-11
Recollections of F Parry of the Royal Marines who went to China in 1858 and 1900; associated with the 2nd China War (1857-1860); associated with the 3rd China War (Boxer Rebellion) (1900-1901). Archives 1968-07-457
Typed transcript of a letter, Port Natal, 7 Aug 1842; from Maj G S Durnford to Maj Pawkes, 27th Regiment of Foot regarding operations in Natal. Archives 1968-07-458
Three documents relating to the prices paid by officers of the 2nd European Light Infantry, Bombay Army, for steps in promotion, with details of the scheme, Bombay, 1855. Archives 1968-07-459
Typed extracts regarding the service of two Troops of the 17th Light Dragoons on board HMS Success in the West Indies, 1795; associated with the Wars of the French Revolution, West Indies (1793-1797). Archives 1968-07-460
Narrative of the service of Lt Col Richard Brunton, 13th Light Dragoons, Bangalore, 27 Nov 1838; associated with the Peninsular War (1808-1814); associated with the Napoleonic Wars, Waterloo (1815). Archives 1968-07-461
Letters with copies in English and Burmese from Lord Napier and Ettrick to the King of Burmah advising him of the assassination of the Viceroy of India, Lord Mayo, 23 Feb 1872. Archives 1968-07-462
Certificate of Honour awarded to citizen Jean Laville, Chasseur of the 1st Bn 21st Half-Brigade of Light Infantry for bravery during the Campaign of Marengo, June 1800; signed by First Consul Bonaparte, Minister of War and Secretary of State; associated with the Battle of Marengo, Wars of the French Revolution (1793-1802) 1800. Archives 1968-07-463
Original of Col J E W Ingliss' despatch from Lucknow, composed and written by Sir George Couper, 1857; associated with the Siege of Lucknow, Indian Mutiny (1857-1859) 1857. Archives 1968-07-464
Photograph of Sir Stafford Northcote later 1st Lord Iddesleigh, in civilian clothes, 1870 (c). Photographs 1965-10-224
Ten photographs relating to Col George Augustus Way and Sir John Horsford, 1890 (c). Photographs 1965-10-225
Two photographs relating to a colour party, Essex Regiment, Nowshera and a panorama of the Himalayas, 1930 (c)-1931. Photographs 1965-10-226
Ten photographs relating to Royal Munster Fusiliers, 1920 (c). Photographs 1965-10-227
Photograph of Sir George White VC in General's full dress, 1895 (c). Photographs 1965-10-228
Kukri, scabbard and frog, nd; belonged to either Gen Sir Henry ap Rhys Pryce or his son Brig Meyric ap Rhys Pryce, both served in India, Sir Henry as a General in the Royal Indian Army Service Corps and Meyric in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers and on the Staff. Edged Weapons 2007-07-1
Kukri, scabbard and frog, nd; belonged to either Gen Sir Henry ap Rhys Pryce or his son Brig Meyric ap Rhys Pryce, both served in India, Sir Henry as a General in the Royal Indian Army Service Corps and Meyric in the Royal Welsh Fusiliers and on the Staff. Equipment, general 2007-07-1
Manuscript notebook compiled by Rev Percy Sumner with a section for each year, 1669-1799; contains extracts from the London Gazette and other contemporary newspapers dealing with movements of regiments, deserters' notices, notes on uniform and other military matters. Archives 1968-07-465
Two printed pamphlets relating to ceremonial funerals, 1817-1818. Archives 1968-07-466
Contemporary manuscript copy of the Army List for 25 Mar 1739. Archives 1968-07-467
The Book of Remembrance of the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, 1866-1918; presented by the regiment to HM Queen Mary, their Colonel-in-Chief, on the occasion of their 75th Anniversary and deposited by Her Majesty at the Royal United Services Institution for safekeeping and exhibition, 1942. Archives 1968-07-468
Photograph of two letters written by Lt John Lewis Black, 3rd Bn 1st Regiment of Foot, describing the Battle of Waterloo, 1815; associated with the Napoleonic Wars, Waterloo (1815). Photographs 1968-07-471
Three accounts relating to the stores in the Castles of Portland, Calshot and Deale, 1719-1721. Archives 1968-07-472
Four undeciphered warrants, 1600 (c). Archives 1968-07-473
Coded despatch with explanatory note sent by the British Minister at Peking on 6 Aug 1900; to the Allied Column marching to the Relief of the Legations, indicating their best means of approach; associated with the Siege of Peking, 3rd China War (Boxer Rebellion) (1900-1901). Archives 1968-07-475
One of two bound manuscript books of the out-letters of Maj (later Gen Sir) Samuel Auchmutty while on the staff, mainly as DQMG at Calcutta, 7 Oct 1794-14 Oct 1795. Archives 1968-07-476
Small binoculars, with small compass set between the larger lenses, nd; belonged to Gen Sir Henry ap Rhys Pryce, Royal Indian Army Service Corps; the compass has an 'O' instead of 'W' for west and correspondingly has 'NO' and 'SO' for north- and south-west; this may be to do with a maker's trademark. Scientific Instruments 2007-07-2
One of two bound manuscript books of the out-letters of Maj (later Gen Sir) Samuel Auchmutty while on the staff, mainly as DQMG at Calcutta, 7 Oct 1794-14 Oct 1795. Archives 1968-07-477
Bound typescript copy of Gen Archdale Wilson's letters to his wife during the Indian Mutiny, 2 May 1857-18 Mar 1858; Wilson was Commander of the Bengal Artillery and was also in command of the station at Meerut at the outbreak of the Mutiny; associated with the Indian Mutiny (1857-1859). Archives 1968-07-483
Spirit cooker with saucepan doubling as carrier, 1900 (c); possibly belonged to Gen Sir Henry ap Rhys Pryce, Royal Indian Army Service Corps and his son Meyric ap Rhys Pryce, Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Equipment, general 2007-07-3
Leather bound manuscript book being Capt Montefiore's Order Book, 3rd Surrey Local Militia, Croydon, 1810-1814. Archives 1968-07-485
Cloth bound pocket notebook, inscribed on inside cover: S S Flower, 26 Stanhope Gardens, London S W Feb 15th 1890; contains well finished and detailed sketches of items of uniform. Archives 1968-07-486
Loose bound notebook with press cuttings and some transcribed letters on the Peninsular War period, 1814 (c); associated with the Peninsular War (1808-1814). Archives 1968-07-487
Sleeping bag cover, 1900 (c); belonged to Gen Sir Henry ap Rhys Pryce, Royal Indian Army Service Corps; item is made of green canvas with leather edges, outside or bottom has a large pocket fastened by a buckle. Equipment, general 2007-07-4
One of two pocket notebooks of sketches of uniforms of various continental armies compiled by S S Flower in 1891-1892. Archives 1968-07-488
One of two pocket notebooks of sketches of uniforms of various continental armies compiled by S S Flower in 1891-1892. Archives 1968-07-489
Rucksack, privately purchased by Brig Meyric ap Rhys Pryce, nd; rucksack is non-military and is made of green canvas with a wooden frame. Equipment, general 2007-07-5
Cloth bound manuscript letterbook of Maj Tylden commanding the Pontoon Train in France, 1815-1816; associated with the Napoleonic Wars, Waterloo (1815). Archives 1968-07-491
Documents relating to E Fitzroy Bell, 9th Lancers, 1893 (c)-1903; associated with the Boer War (1899-1902). Archives 1968-07-492
Scrapbook of the cavalry manoeuvres of 1890; compiled for Capt E A H Alderson, Adjutant, Mounted Infantry, by his wife. Archives 1968-07-493
Six notebooks containing the Records of the Mhow Tent Club, 1903-1939; the first of a series of seven volumes is missing. Archives 1968-07-494
Ninety-two folders of uniform notes arranged regimentally, compiled by the Uniform Committee, Royal United Services Institution under the editorship of Capt D C Anderson, nd. Archives 1968-07-495
Small canvas case, probably for a folded map, nd; belonged to Maj (later Lt Col) Charles Sumner Stooks, 5th Light Infantry; possibly used during Stooks' service in Cameroon, 1915-1916; associated with World War One, West Africa (1914-1918). Equipment, general 2007-07-6
Full glass bottle of 'Task Force Special Ale', nd, 1982 (c); belonged to Maj P R O Jones, Royal Engineers; Maj Jones served during the Falklands War and later with the Black Watch Regiment; produced by Newcastle Breweries on behalf of 'The Sunday Mirror' newspaper during the Falklands War; associated with the South Atlantic (Falklands War) (1982). Equipment, general 2007-07-7
Six bound notebooks compiled by D Hastings Irwin with notes and illustrations on uniform, 1742-1826. Archives 1968-07-496
Lace books of Herbert and Co comprising five ledgers containing details of lace, uniform items and accoutrements and a book of drawings of shabracques as laid down in the 1858 Dress Regulations, 1809-1927. Archives 1968-07-497
Map in ink of the Harbour of Ting-Hae drawn by A Royer, 1840; in the bottom left hand corner are directions for landmarks by Lt Richard Collinson, Royal Navy; associated with the 1st China War (1840-1842). Maps 1968-07-500
Typescript transcript of the Journal of Ens James Chadwick, 59th Regiment of Foot, 1807-1816; describing his voyages to and his service in Madeira, Java and India. Archives 1965-02-110
Other ranks' helmet plate, 2nd Oxfordshire Volunteer Rifle Corps, 1880 (c). Badges 2007-07-8
Sports and regimental medals associated with WO2 A H L Williams, Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own), 1925 (c)-1930 (c). Medals 2007-07-9
Engraved map: The Fort and Cantonment of Delhi, taken from Lt Burgess' Survey of 1849-1850; the map has been sent through the post to Ralph Thompson, The War Office, with postmark September 1857; associated with the Siege of Delhi, Indian Mutiny (1857-1859) 1857. Maps 1965-02-153
Forage cap, field service, Torin pattern, Connaught Rangers, worn by Col G Froom, 1885 (c). Uniforms 1951-01-57
Bound scrapbook of the Most Hospitable Order of the Knights of the Black Heart compiled by G N Molesworth and containing menus, programmes and press cuttings, 1918-1948; the society was founded by bachelors of Simla to return the hospitality accorded to them by married people. Archives 1965-03-26
Tunic, overalls, waist sash and sword knot, 102nd King Edward's Own Grenadiers, worn by Lt Col E G S Trotter, 1912 (c). Uniforms 1951-07-19
Tunic, overalls, waist sash and sword knot, 102nd King Edward's Own Grenadiers, worn by Lt Col E G S Trotter, 1912 (c). Equipment, uniform 1951-07-19
Medal group awarded to Sgt Samuel Leslie Bates, Royal Signals 1939 (c)-1945 (c): 1939-45 Star; Italy Star; France and Germany Star; Defence Medal 1939-45; British War Medal 1939-45; Efficiency Medal 1945 (c); mounted together upon a bar; associated with World War Two (1939-1945). Medals 2007-07-10
Diary and map relating to 2nd Bde, Somaliland Frontier Force, 1903-1904 together with a Mess Rules booklet 1946 and a Christmas Card 1956. Archives 1965-03-30
Shako and plume, upright, 88th Regiment of Foot (Connaught Rangers), pattern, 1828-1839. Uniforms 1951-11-75
Envelope addressed to Rev A Helps, Assistant Chaplain, Bloemfontein, 30 Apr 1900; with a note by Helps to the effect that he was a Trooper in Col Cathcart's Mounted Infantry 1899-1900; associated with the Boer War (1899-1902). Archives 1965-03-33
Forage cap, field service, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 1894-1922. Uniforms 1952-04-135
Papers of Gen Hunter-Weston, Royal Engineers, 1862-1918; associated with India, North West Frontier, Miranzai Expeditions (1891); associated with the Boer War (1899-1902); associated with World War One (1914-1918). Archives 1965-03-39
Hackle, upright, for white Wolseley helmet, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, worn by Maj Gen H W Higginson, 1913 (c). Uniforms 1952-11-57
Plume, upright, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, worn by Maj Gen H W Higginson, 1901-1922. Uniforms 1952-11-58
Forage cap, peaked, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, worn by Capt Arthur Bracton Bagley, 1912 (c). Uniforms 1954-05-9
Bearskin, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, nd. Uniforms 1954-07-37
Photostat typescrit entitled: A Melange of Memories by Lt Col F W Wodehouse 1867-1960. Archives 1965-03-41