for undoubtedly Sir John Malcolm had the means of annihilating a considerable portion of
them, and of dispersing the remainder. But they knew well the character he bore among
the natives of India, and that nothing less than the most indispensable necessity could- fierce
him into the measure of sacrificing so many lives, and among them, roost probably, the
numerous innocent and defenceless Natives, who, from restraint, were unable to avoid the
scene of conflict. Proud and severe tribute to character! demonstrated at the hazard of
life, and superior, as an evidence of individual merit, to the most gaudy trappings of vie*
tory. If there were general reasons to apprehend that the occasional practice of lenity
would weaken the hand that bestows it, or render it less useful for the public service, the
present instance would oppose itself to that conclusion ; for the happy termination of this
formidable insurrection, may be fairly referred to the influence of character and talents of a
higher stamp than fall to the share of (he narrow-minded Martinet. Tliat discipline is in-
dispensable among soldiers, cannot he questioned ; but the ability sufficient to maintain, in
ordinary cases, the efficacy of rules, through the previously established forms of courts mar-
elseif (getClientWidth() > 430)
tial and military punishments, sinks into nothing before that power which controuls a ta-
laultuous ; Biultititde, or directs a military body, under circumstances which have sus-
pended the ordinary respect for orders."
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officer, concluded a treaty with the Rajah of Banswarrah, another
Rajpoot chief, who thereby became a subsidiary ally of the Company.
On the 1 1th Dec. a similar treaty was concluded, by the same officer,
with the Rajah of Doongerpore, also a Rajpoot chief; and another
on the following day, by Lieut. Alexander Macdonald, also acting
under the orders of Sir John, with the joint Rajahs of Dewass, called
the Powar chiefs of Dhar ; by which the British influence was esta-
blished in the territories of those chiefs.
The great object to be obtained in nearly all these settlements was
the expulsion of bands of Arab and Meckerania mercenaries, who
had acquired an ascendancy, which they used to the worst purposes.
The Gov.-Gen., in stating to the Court of Directors, letter 31st Oct
1818, the manner in which this object had been accomplished, after
noticing the zeal and intelligence displayed by Sir John in his
proceedings with respect to the states of Doongerpore and Bans-
warrah, adds, " the successful result must tend very much to strengthen
the foundations of the future tranquillity and prosperity of that part
of the country, and to secure the beneficial ascendancy of the British
government." To these treaties also, as well as to the other docu-
ments, explanatory of the general arrangements which Sir John had
introduced into the conquered provinces, the court are referred by the
Bengal government, as containing grounds of an expectation of per-
manent improvement in those provinces under his administration, and
as affi^rding the means of appreciating the services of this officer, who
had, among other difficulties, to encounter an insurrection raised by
a pretender to the throne of the house of Holkar, but which was imme-
diately suppressed, and tranquillity restored by the exertions of Sir
The Ex-Rajah of Nagpore, who had been driven from his throne
and capital, in consequence of his treachery towards the British
government, continued at large, a wanderer in the neighbourhood of
the strong fortress of Asseergurh, of which the Killedar, Jeswunt Rao
Sar, retained possession for some time after the general pacification of
Central India, Military operations against this fortress were accord-
MILITARY CALENDAR. 497
ingly commeoced in March 1819, and on the 10th April it surren-
dered to the force under Brig.-Gen. Doveton, the Ex-Rajah, A ppa
Sahib, having previously fallen into the hands of Sir J. Malcolm,
whose assistance in the reduction of the fortress was thus acknow-
ledged by Brig.-Gen. Doveton, in the general orders issued on the
498 THE EAST INDIA
military authority vested in Sir J. Malcolm, had been eminently
serviceable to the public interests/'
In Aug, 1821, Sir John quitted Malwah, and proceeded by way of
Bombay to Calcutta, where he continued a short time, and then de-
termined to return to England over land, for the benefit of his health.
The following General Orders were issued upon this occasion.
" Political Department, Fort William^ 20th Oct. 1821.
" Maj.-Gen. Sir J. Malcolm, having obtained the permission of
government to return to Europe for the recovery of his health. His
Ex. the Gov.-Gen. in council deems it due to the distinguished cha-
racter and talents of that meritorious officer, on the occasion of his
approaching departure from India, and consequent resignation of the
high and important military and political station which he holds in
Malwah, to express, in the most public manner, the sense which the
government entertains of his eminent merits and services, and the re-
gret with which it regards the necessity that now compels him to
retire from the scene where his talents have been displayed with so
much credit to himself, and with such signal benefit to thq public
" To enumerate the various occasions on which Sir J. Malcolm has
been employed by successive administrations to fill the most important
diplomatic situations, and far his conduct in which he has frequently
received the highest approbation and applause of the government in
India, and the most flattering marks of the favour and satisfaction of
the authorities in England, would far exceed the limits to which this
general expression of the consideration and esteem of government
must necessaril}^ be confined. Although his Exc. the Gov.-Gen. in
Council refrains, therefore, from the specific mention of the many re-
corded services which have placed Sir J, Malcolm in the first rank of
those officers of the Hon. Company's service, who have essentially
contributed to the renown of the British arms and councils in India,
his Lordship in council cannot omit this opportunity of declaring his
unqualified approbation of the manner in which Sir J. Malcolm
has discharged the arduous and important functions of his high
political and military station in Malwah. By a happy combination
of qualities, which could not fail to win the esteem and confi[dence
both of his own countrymen and of the native inhabitants of all
classes, by the unremitting personal exertion and devotion of his
time and labour to the maintenance of the interests confided to his
charge, and by an enviable talent for inspiring all who acted under
MXLITAEY CALENDAR. 499
his orders with his ovm energy and zeal. Sir J. Malcolm has been
enabled, in the successful performance of the duty assigned him in
M alwah, to surmount difficulties of no ordinary stamp, and to lay the
foundations of repose and prosperity in that extensive province, but
recently reclaimed from a state of savage anarchy, and a prey to
every species of rapine and devastation. The Gov.-Gen. in Council
feels assured, that the important services thus rendered to his country
by Sir J. Malcolm, at the close of an active and distinguished career,
will be not less gratefully acknowledged by the authorities at home,
than they are cordially applauded by those under whose immediate
orders they have been performed.
" By order of His Exc the most noble the Gov,-Gen. in Council-
(Signed) " George Swinton, Sec. to the Government'*
Upon his arrival at Fort St. George, he obtained from the Gov. in
Council of that Presidency permission to come to England ; and upon
his quitting Madras, the following general order was issued : —
" Fort St. George, Oct. 29, 1821.
" Maj.-Gen. Sir J. Malcolm, G. C. B. and K. L. S., having ap*
plied for permission to proceed to Europe, the Hon. the Gov. in
Council has learned with deep concern that this distinguished officer
is now compelled to quit India on account of the declining state of
his health. The many and important services of Sir J. Malcolm in
different situations, have been so often brought to the notice of the
Hon. the Court of Directors by the supreme government, that no
E raise of this government can add to his high reputation. Although,
owever, it belongs to higher authority to appreciate his services in
the late Mahratta war, and the settlement of central India, the Gov.
in Council cannot, on this occasion, deny himself the pleasure of dis-
charging the grateful duty of expressing, in general orders, the high
sense he entertains of the Maj.-Gen.'s talents, and of his unwearied
and honourable exertion of them for th^ benefit of his country.
Among the individuals who have at different times distinguished
themselves in the employment of the Hon. Company, Sir J. Malcolm
will always hold a very high rank. His career has been unex-
ampled; for no other servant of the Hon. Company has ever, durinc
so long a period, been so constantly employed in the conduct of such
various and important military and political duties. His great talents
were too well known to admit of their being confined to the more
limited range of service under his own presidency* The exercise of
500 EAST INDIA MILITARY CALENDAR.
them in different situations has connected him with every presidency,
and rendered him less the servant of any one of them than o( the
Indian Empire at lar^e. Maj.-Gen. Sir J. Malcolm is permitted to
return to Europe on sick certificate.
^* By order of the Hon. the Gov. in Council.
(Signed) " E. Wood, Chief Secretary/'
Sir John arrived at Bombay early in Nov., and on the 29th of
that month a splendid entertainment was given to him by the gentle-
men at that presidency. He quitted it on the 2d Dec, and arrived
in England on the 30th April 1822. Since his arrival, he has received
a superb vase, valued at 1500/., as a testimony of respect from the
gentlemen who acted under him in the Mahratta war of 1818 and 1819.
HONOURS CONFERRED ON OFFICERS SINCE THEIR SERVICES
WERE PRINTED IN THIS WORK.
Major-Gsnbral Thos. Brown^ Bengal Establishment, appointed a Knight Commander
of the Bath, 23d July 1823.— Services, p. 253.
LiBUTKNANT-CoLONRL M. Kbnnsdt, Bombay Establishment, appointed a Companion of
the Bath, 23d July 1823.— Services, p. 300.
Major J. F. Staunton, Bombay Establishment, appointed a Companion of the Bath,
23d July 1823.— Services, p. 98.
The Editor is not aware of any other omissions in the Services published in this Volume,
but should there be any, they will be introduced in an Addenda to be published with the
Sbcond Part. Communications are therefore particularly requested to be addressed to
the Editor, Duke-street, Westminster.
PRINCIPAL BATTLES, SIEGE?, EVENTS, &c. &c., AND NAMES OF OFFICERS
Atkinson, James, Maj., Ben. E. ; Services, 194.
Aitcbison, A. Lt.-Col., Bomb. £. ; Services, Sd4.
Asbe, St.George, Maj.-Gen., Ben. E. ; SeiTices,«90.
Auburey, Maj. ; 395.
Alpin, Lieut. 997.
Aid-de-Camp, Honontiy, first introduced, 461.
A^utant-General, appomtment only to be held by
Field Officers, 366.
Asseergurh. siege of, 167.
Anicul, reduction of in 1768, 7.
Abinglon, Maj 240, 409.
Arlier, action of, 1798, 7.
Assaye, battle of, 125.
Adjutant-General, the late Sir H. Cosby, the first
appointed to this office in India, 10.
Agnew, Maj. 487.
Archdeacon, the late Capt. 88, 107.
Arab Mutiny in 1818, 493.
Agra, surrender of, 18th Oct.1803, 34, 39, 40, 291.
Allygurh, capture of. 4th Sept. 1803, 59.
Arf^aum, battle of, 80.
Adjygurh, capture of in 1809, 406.
Adams, Maj .-Gen., 358.
Baillie, John, Ll.-Col., Ben. E.; Services, 64; 375..
Brown, J. D. Maj., M. E.; Services, 94.
Bell, Robert, Lt.-Gen.. M. E. ; Services, 128.
Browne, M. W., Lt.-Col., Ben. E. ; Services, 168.
Broughton, T. D., Lt.-Col., Ben. E.; Services, 169.
Blachford, W. H., Mnj.-Gen., Bomb. E.; Services,
Boy6, C, Lt.-Gen., Bomb. E. ; Services, 214.
Beflasis, G. B., Lieut -Col., Bomb. E. ; Services,
Baillie, John, Maj -Gen , Bomb. E. ; Services, 244.
Brown, Sir T., Maj.-Gen., K. C. B. Ben. E. ; Ser-
vices, 253 ; 308, 389, 391, 500.
Broughton, E. S., Maj.-Gen., Ben. E.; Services,
Blacker, V.^Lt.-Col., C B., M. E ; Services. 321;
Bond, C. J, late Lt-Col., Bomb. E. ; Services, 335.
Burr, C. a, late Lt.-Col., C B., Bomb. E ; Ser-
vices, 350 : 97.
Bolton, late Maj., 399.
Bajee Rao, murder of Gungathur Sha^tree, 452.
Overthrow of, 492.
Bowles, Gen. 370.
Bonjour, Maj , 5, 6, 8.
BaiUie, the late Col., 5, 14, 15, (Painting of his de-
feat) 30; 250,272.
Beng^ Army, composition of, 132.
Brigade, Maj., highest staflf situation on the coast,
Brathwaite, Col, 14.
Barker, Sir Robert, late Gen., 24.
Boojee, capture of, 339.
Bangalore, siege and capture of, &c. 26, 437.
Bourguien, Gen , 59.
Bombay Army, composition of, 133.
Brass Uuns with iron cylinders, description of, 60,
Bejigbur, fall of, 58.
Blane, Lt.-Col., 89.
Bstoorah, battle of, 26th October, 1794, 1 17, 194,
Bowness, Geo., Maj.-Gen., 212.
Ball, Col., 366.
Bath, Grand Cross of the Order, eitended to the
Officers of the Indian Army, 384, 386.
Cosby, Sir Henry, Knt. late Lt..Gen.. M. E. ; Ser-
Cameron, W. N., Lt.-Gen., Ben. E. ; Services, 50.
Constable, Geo , Lt.-Col , Ben. E. ; Services, 55.
Cockerell, John, late Lt.-Col, Ben. E.; Services,
114; 26, 181, 316, 397.
Cameron, P., Maj., M. E. ; Services, 206.
Cumberlege. N., Lt.-Col., Ben. E. ; Services, 216.
CaldiveU, Alex., Lt.*Col., Com., Ben. E.; Services,
Court, M. H., Maj., M. E.; Services, 237.
Clark, T., Maj.-Gen., M. E.; Services, 250.
Chitty, E., Lt,-CoU M. E.; Services, 270.
Cleavebnd, S., Maj., M. E. ; Services, 274.
Cunliffe, R. H., Maj., Ben. E.; Services, 310, 397,
Close, Sir Barry, the late Gen., 212, 475.
Carpenter, W. L., Maj., Bomb. E.; Services, 424.
Cuppage, Mai.-Gen., 377.
Colebrooke, Lt.-Col., 377.
Cartwright, Maj., 396.
Cnlpee, capture of, 25.
Cailland, Gen., 2.
Chan^mia, battle of, 28th Sept. 1767, 6.
Calicoil, reduction of, 1772, 10.
Canning, Right Hon. George, Speech on action (if
Chitteport, Fort, attempt to capture it in 1780,
Coote, Sir Eyre, the late Gen., 39 ; death and
character, 44, 426, 428, 432.
Campbell, Charles, CoL, 3.
Champion, Col., 25.
Cutra, battle of, 25.
* It was found inpostible to insert even a reference to names, &c wherever they occur in tbis worli, without io-
creasing the Index to an inconvenient sise.
502 INDEX. ^
Kurree^ action of, 150. 1288, 304, STl.
Kirkpatrick, William, the late Col, 4^1.
Uuriston, A.,Deut.-Col., Bomb, E. ; Services, 236.
Lumsdaine, Jame», ihe late Maj., Ben. E.; Servi-
▼ices, 421; 190.
LalIy,Gen., 1,251. _ ^^^
Laswarrae, action of, let Nov. 1808, 35, 60, 136,
Leslie, the late Col., 114, 115.
Lake, Oen. Lord, 60» 135.
Ludlow, late Lieut.-Col., CB., 169.
Little, late Col., 207, 226, 283, 287, 340, 410.
Lushingtoii, J. L., Lieut.-Col., 212.
Mackay, Robt Lieut.-Gen., M. E., ; Services, 37.
Mackenzie. Jabei., Lt.-Col., Ben. E. ; Services, 77.
Monteath, A. D., Maj., M. E. ; Services, 92.
Macleod.D. Lt.-Col., C^B., Ben. E. ; Services, 116.
Macmorine, G., Lt.-Col., Ben. E. ; Services, 141.
Mitchell, D., Maj., Bomb. E. ; Services, 269.
Molesworth, A., Lt.-Col., M. E. ; Services, 275.
M*Dowall,A.,Lieut..Col.,C.B., M.E.; Services.297.
Jdoor, Edward, Major, Bomb. E. ; Services, 486 ;
153, 296, 279. ^ „
MarshaU, Sir Dyson, Maj.-Gen., K.CB., Ben. E. ;
Services. 395. _
Macdonald, Sir John, Lt.-Gen., K C.J5., Ben. E.;
Sen>uces, 898. ^ „
Martindell, Sir G., Maj.-Gen., KCB, Ben. E.;
Services, 406; 308, 327, 374, 383, 391, 393.
Mounsey, G. S., Maj.. Ben. E. ; Services, 423.
MAlcoUn, Sir John, Maj.-Gen., G£.B. & K.L.S.,
M. E. ; Services, 468 ; 199, 442, 445, 459,
Marley, B., Maj-Gen., 382.
Madras, siege of, in 1759, 1.
Marine Sepoy corps raised in 1801, 33.
More, Ma^or, 79th Reg., 1.
Madura, siege of, in 1764, 3.
Madras army, composition of, 133.
Maiiro, Sir Hector, late Gen.. 14, 15, 17, 282.
Maitlaod, Sir Thomas Lt.-Gen-, G.C.B., 86, 434.
Macleod, Lord, 14. 20.
Malet, Sir Charles, 342.
Monseo, late Gen., 52, 61, 291*
Macao, expedition to, in 1808, 182.
Madras mutiny, in 1809, 81.
Monny penny. Col., 211.
Matthews, the late Gen., 241, 278, 431.
Murray, Sir John, Lieut.-Gen. Ill, 353, 356, 357.
M*Leod, Norman, Capt., 400.
Medows, the Ute Gen. Sir W., 403, 436.
Montana, relief of, in 1800, 411.
Malabar, acquisition of, troublesome, 411.
Moore^ Sir John, late Lieot.-Gen., 420.
Madras treasury exhausted, &c. 435.
MalaviUy, battle of, 27th March 1799,442.
Manealore, siege of, 148.
Middleton, C, Maj., 293.
Monro, Sir Thomas, Maj.-Gen , K,C»B^ 470.
Morpeth, Lord, opinion on talents of officers of the
Company's army. Advertisement, p. vi.
Mehidpore, battle of, 488.
Malwab, report on, 497.
'Nagle, Jamesy Lieut.-CoL, M. £.; Services, 121.
Nelly, John. Ueut-CoL, Beo. £.; Services, 127.
Newall, D., Deut^^ol., M. E.; Services, 265.
Nepaul war. 109, 380, 384. 386, 387, 452, 459.
Nagpore, action near, 16th Dec. 1817, 193.
Nair, military tribe of, 411.
O'Donnell, H. A., Lieut-Col., C.B., Ben. E. ; Ser-
Orr, John, Lieut..Gen., M.E.; Services, «T«.
Osborne, H. S. Lt.pCol., Bomb. E. ; Services, 313.
Ochteriony, Sir D., Maj.-Gen., Bart. & O^CB.,
Ben. E. ; Services, 379, 193.
Ouseley, Sir Gore, 482.
Owen, Colonel, 19.
Oakley, Sir Charles, 57.
Outradroog, capture of, 319.
Onore, siege and storm of, 175.
Pearson. Jas., Lieut.-Col.. Ben. E.; Services, 75.
Pennington. G., Deut.-Col., Ben. E.; Services,158.
Penny, G. R., Lieut.-CoL, Ben. E.: Services, 192.
Pepper, H.H., Deut.-Col., M. E.; Services. 198.
Pogson, T.. Lieut-Col.. M. E. ; Services. 258.
Pollock. Geo., Maj., Ben. B.; Services, 277.
Pine, G. H.. Maj.-Gen., Ben. E.; Services, 280.
Price, D., Maj., Bomb. E.; Services, 282.
Prother, D., Lient.-Col., C B., Bomb. E. ; Ser-
vices. 304 ; 3S7.
Prole, Maj .-Gen.. 394.
Persian Orders, 482.
Persia, mission to, and treaty with, in 1799, 471;
mission to, in 1808, 480; in 1809, 481; in
Popham, the late Lieut.-Gen., 170.
0,1; in 1778, 12,47;
action of, 27th Aug.
f 1781, 39.
JL. vt4tviag, WW..., fc».r. t
Pameiro, capture of, in 1780, 72.
Palambang, expedition to, 91.
Powell, P., Lieut.-Gen., 326. 372.
Pungalumcoorchy, storm of, 350.
Popham, Sir Hon
Pittdarry war, 181
Plassey, victory of
Porter, Sir Robert
Qoarter-Master-Generel, appointment only to be
held by field-officers, 366.
Raban, G., Lieut.-Col., C B., Ben. E.; Services,
Rabao, W., Lieut.-Col., Beo. E. ; Services, 9a
Ramsay, Sir Thomas, Bart., Lieat.-Col., Ben. £. ;
RiddeU, M., Maj., M. £. ; Services, S08.
Richardson, J. L., Lieut.-Col., 389.
Rajpoots, description of, ISS.
Ramnadapraro, redaction of, in 1798, 10.
Rajomundrjr, ceded to the Englisli, 3.
Recruiting dep6t, S4.
Rohilias, existence as a nation terminated, S5.
Rohiila battle, in 1774, 396, 406.
Regimental rank, 32.
Russell, George, Lieut. -Gen., 308.
Ramporah, capture of, 77.
Rygbur, siege and capture of, 11th May 1818,
Regulations, Bengal army, S68; Bombay army,
Roberts, Geo., Lieut,-Gen., Slfit 4^3.
Read, the late CoL, 317, 444,
Regimental officer, 420. . ^^
Sentleger, Hon. A., Maj..6en., M. £.; Services,
Symons, J. H., Maj.-^en., M. £. ; Serxices, 84.
Staunton, F. F., Maj., C. B., Bomb. E.; Serjic^
9o, 300. ^
Stewart, C, Maj., Ben. £. ; Services, 20^^
Shaw, T., I^eot<-Col., Ben. E; Ser>'ice9,
Scott, J. O., Maj.-Geo., M. £. ; Services. *,«,^
Smith, J«y JMBt.-GoL Bomb. £. ; Servicet, 286. ^
Stuart^^BKj., Wb-E.; Services, 29J^.^ .
Sp^ ^J^eutrCol, Bomb. E. ; S^rvicesy
Scott, R., Lieut.-Col., Ben. £. ; Services, 315
Sackville, Fred., Maj., Ben. £. ; Services, 372.
Sandys, William, Lieut.-Co)., Ben. Eij^-Services,
401. .. Mft
Steele, Thomas, Deut.-CoU M. E«^ BertHl^es, 468.
Smith, J. N., Col., 374. ':* .
Stevenson, the late Gen., 282, iff, 439.
Semple, Capt., 414.
Smith, Joseph, late Gen., 1.
May 1791, 26;
camp, 6th Feb.
Smith, Sir Lionel, Maj.-Gen., K. V. B., 360, 364.
Service, that in which energy and address are most
tried, 411, 464.
Service in India, not justly estimated in England,
(see advertisement, p. vii.,) 4fi0.
Tomkyns, J., Lieat.-Col., Ben. £.; Services, 109.
Thomas, W., LieuL-Col., Ben. E. ; Services, 162.
Thompson, J., LieuL-Col., Bomb. £.; Serviees,
Trimbuckjee Dauglia, murder of Onngathur Shas-
tree, 452 ; given up to the British, &3 ; escape,
Taojore, siege and surrender of, in 1773, 10.
Trinomally, battle of, in 1767, 7.
Tripasaoor, capture of, in July 1781, 40.
Tippoo Saib, character of, &c. &&, 409, 438, 439.
Torriano, Mi^., 175.
Tellichery, siege of, 406.
Vovle, Elliot, Lieut.-Col., Ben, E. ; SerVices, 349. '
Velore," siege and capture of, 2.
Vellum, capture of, in 1771, 8. ^j>f*
White, Sir Henry, X. C B., late Maj.-Qui., Ben.'
£.; Services, 24; (see Advertisement, p. v.)
182, 291, 326, 37Si
^ ^ Welsh, Thoautt, late Lieut^-Col., Ben. £. ; Ser«
vices, 71. ^^
Webber, H., Maj.-Gen., M. £.; Serv^ 93.
Wood, Sir Mark, B^t, Col., Ben, fe.; Services^
Worsley. H.. CoL, 'C.B., Ben.E.; Services, ISO.
Wilks, M„ Col., M. £. ; Services, 140.
Walker) Alex., Lieut.-Col., Bomb. £. ; Services,
147 ; 288, 356, 371, 426.
Weguelin, T. M., Lieut..Col., Ben..B. ; Services^
180 ; 426.
Wood, S., Lieut.-Col., C.B., Ben. £.; Senices^
Wilton, G., Lieut..Col., Ben. E. ; Servic^238.
Welsh, J., Lieut.-Col., M. £. ; Services, SPP.
Woodington, Col., 353, 414, 416. ,
Williams, Geo., late Maj., Bomb«.tE.; Serrices,
Watson, A., Lieot.-Col., Ben. E.; Services, 387.
Walker, Patrick, late Col., H. £.; Services, 425.
Wood, S., Maj -Gen., 382.
Ware, kite Maj-Gen., 400.
Wangenheim, Gen., 231.
Weltervreeden, action of, in 1811, 263, 300.
Wandiwash, siege of, 246 ; demolition of^ in 1783,
Wiseman, Maj., 22f .
Youngoon, W., Lieut.-CoL, M. £.; Services, 140<
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