The royal military calendar, containing the services of every general officer in the British army [&c. By J. Philippart].

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Page 225 - And whereas the Senate of the United States have approved of the said arrangement and recommended that it should be carried into effect, the same having also received the sanction of His Royal Highness, the Prince Regent, acting in the name and on the behalf of His...
Page 212 - By Command of his Royal Highness the Prince Regent, in the Name and on the Behalf of his Majesty.
Page 234 - ... themselves by eminent services during the late war, may share in the honours of the said Order, and that their names may be delivered down to remote posterity, accompanied by the marks of...
Page 225 - Cognizance pendent by a red ribband round the neck, — and for further honor and distinction, he shall wear the appropriate Star, embroidered on the left side of his upper Vestment. There shall also be affixed in the Cathedral Church of St. Peter, Westminster, Escutcheons and Banners of the Arms of each Knight Commander, under which the Name and Title of such Knight Commander, with the date of his Nomination, shall be inscribed. The Knights Commanders shall...
Page 235 - Genealogist and Blanc Coursier Herald of the Order of the Bath, and York Herald, shall be the Officer of Arms attendant upon the said Knights Commanders and Companions ; and also to command that the Officers hereby appointed Knights Commanders, and those who shall hereafter be respectively nominated and constituted Knights Commanders or Companions, shall immediately after such nomination transmit to the said Sir George Nayler a statement of their respective military services, verified by their signatures,...
Page 220 - It shall be lawful for all the present Knights Grand Crosses, from and after the date hereof, to wear, upon the left side of their upper vestment, the star or ensign of the said Order, although such Knight Grand Cross may not have been installed ; and henceforward the said star or ensign shall be worn by each and every Knight Grand Cross, immediately after his being so nominated and appointed, provided that it shall not be lawful for any Knight Grand Cross to wear the collar of the said Order, until...
Page 190 - Out-Posts (unless the latter are put under the Command of some particular Officer) ; he is to call out and inspect the inlying Piquets as often, and at...
Page 225 - The Knights Commanders shall, from the publication of the present instrument, be entitled severally to assume the distinctive appellation of knighthood, and shall bear the badge and ensign assigned as the distinctions of the second class of the Order, on their being duly invested with the same ; that is to say, each Knight Commander shall wear the appropriate badge or cognizance...
Page 27 - July, 1813, he was appointed to command a brigade of light dragoons, attached to the column under Lord Lynedoch, and afterwards under Lord Niddry, and participated in all the operations of that column. At the close of the war, he was directed by the Duke of Wellington to conduct one of the divisions of the British cavalry and artillery from Bordeaux to Calais ; and in...
Page 220 - ... appointed, provided that it shall not be lawful for any Knight Grand Cross to wear the Collar of the said Order, until he shall have been formally installed, according to the statutes, or unless a dispensation has been granted for the non-observance of the ceremonial of installation. 6th. In order...

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