Campaign of the Indus eBook

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Names of Officers wounded.

Captain Graves, 16th Bengal Native Infantry, severely.

Lieutenant Vanhomrigh, 48th Bengal Native Infantry, slightly.

  (Signed) R. MACDONALD, Lieut.-Colonel,
    Military Secretary, and Deputy Adjutant-Gen. to
    her Majesty’s Forces, Bombay.

No. 2.

List of killed, wounded, and missing, in the army under the command of Lieutenant-General Sir John Keane, K.C.B. and G.C.H., in the assault and capture of the fortress and citadel of Ghuzni, on the 23rd of July, 1839:—­

General Staff—­1 colonel, 1 major, wounded.

3rd Troop Bombay Horse Artillery—­1 rank and file wounded.

4th Troop Bombay Horse Artillery—­1 rank and file and 1 horse wounded.

Bengal Engineers—­3 rank and file killed, 2 rank and file wounded, 1 rank and file missing.

Bombay Engineers—­1 lieutenant, 1 rank and file, wounded.

2nd Bengal Light Cavalry—­1 rank and file wounded.

1st Bombay Light Cavalry—­1 havildar killed, 5 rank and file and 7 horses wounded.

Her Majesty’s 2nd Foot (or Queen’s Royals)—­4 rank and file killed; 2 captains, 4 lieutenants, 1 sergeant, and 26 rank and file wounded.

Her Majesty’s 13th Light Infantry—­1 rank and file killed; 3 sergeants and 27 rank and file wounded.

Her Majesty’s 17th Foot—­6 rank and file wounded.

Bengal European Regiment—­1 rank and file killed; 1 lieutenant-colonel, 1 major, 2 captains, 4 lieutenants, 1 ensign, 1 sergeant, 51 rank and file wounded.

16th Bengal N.I.—­1 havildar, 6 rank and file, wounded.

35th Bengal N.I.—­5 rank and file killed; I havildar and 8 rank and file wounded.

48th Bengal N.I.—­2 havildars killed, 5 rank and file wounded.

Total killed—­3 sergeants or havildars, 14 rank and file.

Total wounded—­1 colonel, 1 lieutenant-colonel, 2 majors, 4 captains, 8 lieutenants, 2 ensigns, 7 sergeants or havildars, 140 rank and file, 8 horses.

Total missing—­1 rank and file.

Grand total on the 21st and 23rd of July, killed, wounded, and missing—­191 officers and men, and 16 horses.

Names of Officers killed wounded, and missing.

General Staff—­Brigadier Sale, her Majesty’s 13th Light Infantry, slightly; Major Parsons, Deputy Commissary-General, slightly.

Bombay Engineers—­Second Lieutenant Marriott, slightly.

Her Majesty’s 2nd (or Queen’s Royals)—­Captain Raitt, slightly; Captain Robinson, severely; Lieutenant Yonge, severely; Lieut.  Stisted, slightly; Adjutant Simmons, slightly; Quartermaster Hadley, slightly.

Bengal European Regiment—­Lieutenant-Colonel Orchard, slightly; Major Warren, severely; Captains Hay and Taylor, slightly; Lieutenant Broadfoot, slightly; Lieutenant Haslewood, severely; Lieutenants Fagan and Magnay, slightly; Ensign Jacob, slightly.

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