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The Peel Commission, Sir Charles Wood, and the reorganization of the Army of India, 1858-1863

Michael D. Kasprowicz

The Peel Commission, Sir Charles Wood, and the reorganization of the Army of India, 1858-1863

by Michael D. Kasprowicz

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Published .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947.,
    • Great Britain -- Armed forces -- India -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Michael D. Kasprowicz.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsMicrofilm 94/2735 (D)
      The Physical Object
      FormatMicroform
      Paginationiv, 265 leaves
      Number of Pages265
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL961067M
      LC Control Number95953014

      A', Pa B4'r e5 (Y. wood za,?27 -Y 0 ac 2 -Z) j zoo 60 cr ltQ fl) 40 40 Al.' jaw K) C) Baize ti.4c 00 h n C A-0 Z- citll, pa 0 Y 40 -4 L 40 40 yAq 7Y adz 16i N C 40 so 40 J-fa f 0. Cadet Papers denote entry into service with the East India Company Army, , or, from , with the Indian Army. While a commission in the British Army had to be bought and the pay was low, as an officer in Company service Barrington would have been able to send money home to support his widowed mother and provide dowries for his.

      Sir Charles Rosenthal diary, 1 January December MLMSS [Transcriber’s Notes: 1 Jan - Arrived in Egypt from Gallipoli. 17 Feb. - Given command of Artillery Brigade of new 4th Division. 5 April - Promoted full Colonel &Temporary Brigadier General 2 June – Departs Alexandria on the "Kinfauns Castle" for Marseilles. Asgill, Sir Charles (). A lieutenant in Cornwallis's army, Taken prisoner at Yorktown, condemned to death by the Americans, to avenge death of a Revolutionary officer. Marie Antoinette having been interested in his fate, interceded, and Asgill was released. Afterwards served in the Low Countries and in Ireland.

      Wood was born at Cressing near Braintree, Essex as the fifth and youngest son of Sir John Page Wood, 2nd Baronet,[1] a clergyman,[2] and Emma Caroline Michell, daughter of Charles Collier Michell.[3] Wood was an elder brother of Katherine Parnell (Kitty O'Shea). Sir Matthew Wood, 1st Baronet, was his grandfather and Lord Chancellor William Wood. The educational Despatch of Sir Charles Wood () was considered the “Intellectual Charter of India”. It provided an outline for the comprehensive scheme of education at primary, secondary.


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