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" In addition to the medal and clasps ordered for these successes, the Queen, as a mark of Her Majesty's recognition of the meritorious services of the non-commissioned officers serving in the Crimea, directed that one sergeant should be selected from each... "
The history of the late 63rd, West Suffolk, regiment - Page 119
by James Slack - 1884 - 263 pages
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Bulletins and Other State Intelligence, Part 2

1855
...December, 1854. MEMORANDUM. Horse Guards, 9t/t December, 1854. The Queen has been pleased to command that, as a mark of Her Majesty's recognition of the...services of the non-commissioned officers of the army under the command of FieldMarshal Lord Raglan, in the recent brilliant operations in the Crimea, the...
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Annual Register, Volume 97

Edmund Burke - History - 1856
...fifty-five. (LS^ CLARENDON. (LS) F. DE PEBSIONY. (LS) C. MUSURUS. DESPATCHES. Horse Guards, Dec. 11, 1854. My Lord, — I have had the honour to receive the Queen's...Lordship that, as a mark of Her Majesty's recognition of the_ meritorious services of the non-commissioned officers of the array serving under your Lordship's...
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The Crimean campaign

Thomas Carter - 1861
...NEWCASTLE." etc., etc. In addition to the medal and clasps ordered for these successes, the Queen, as a mark of Her Majesty's recognition of the meritorious services of the non-commissioned officers serving in the Crimea, directed that one sergeant should be selected from each regiment of cavalry,...
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Medals of the British Army: And how They Were Won

Thomas Carter - Decorations of honor - 1861 - 192 pages
...NEWCASTLE." etc., etc. In addition to the medal and clasps ordered for these successes, the Queen, as a mark of Her Majesty's recognition of the meritorious services of the non-commissioned officers serving in the Crimea, directed that one sergeant should be selected from each regiment of cavalry,...
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Historical Record of the Forty-Fourth: Or the East Essex Regiment

Thomas Carter - 1887 - 197 pages
...The name of Colonel the Honourable Augustus Spencer, commanding the 44th, was specially mentioned. As a mark of Her Majesty's recognition of the meritorious services of the non-commissioned officers in the Crimea, the Queen directed that a sergeant* should be selected from each regiment of cavalry,...
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A Soldier's Experience: Or, A Voice from the Ranks ... A Personal Narrative ...

Timothy Gowing - Crimean War, 1853-1856 - 1892 - 585 pages
...memorable field, the following Royal Warrant was issued : — The Queen has been pleased to command that, as a mark of Her Majesty's recognition of the...services of the non-commissioned officers of the Army, Trader the command of Field-Marshal Lord Raglan, in the recent brilliant operations in the Crimea,...
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War Medals of the British Army, and how They Were Won

Thomas Carter, William H. Long - Medals - 1893 - 656 pages
...his Country honours him." In addition to the medal and clasps ordered for these successes, the Queen, as a mark of Her Majesty's recognition of the meritorious services of the non-commissioned officers serving in the Crimea, directed that one sergeant should be selected from each regiment of cavalry,...
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The United Service Magazine, Volume 1; Volume 1855, Issue 1

Military art and science - 1855
...COMMISSIONS TO NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS. HORSE-GUARDS, Dec. 9. — The Queen has been pleased to command that, as a mark of Her Majesty's recognition of the meritorious services of noncommissioned officers of the army under the command of Field Marshal Lord Raglan, in the recent...
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