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Appendix 3

(Referred to in Chapter XLVI, Footnote 1.)

The column was composed as follows:

   Men. Guns.
F Battery, A Brigade, R.H.A., commanded by Colonel W.Sterling   135    6
One squadron 10th Hussars, commanded by Major Bulkeley   102  
G Battery, 3rd Brigade, R.A., commanded by Major Sydney Parry     83    3
2nd Battalion 8th Foot, commanded by Colonel Barry Drew   620  
Wing 72nd Highlanders, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel F. Brownlow   405  
  ——–   —
Total British troops 1,345    9
12th Bengal Cavalry, commanded by Colonel Hugh Gough, V.C.   337  
No. 1 Mountain Battery, commanded by Captain Kelso   136    4
7th Company Bengal Sappers and Miners   113  
2nd (Punjab Frontier Force) Infantry, commanded by Lieutenant-Colonel Tyndall   647  
5th (Punjab Frontier Force) Infantry, commanded by Major McQueen   502  
5th (Punjab Frontier Force) Gurkhas, commanded by Major Fitz-Hugh   438  
21st Punjab Infantry, commanded by Major Collis   496  
23rd Pioneers, commanded by Colonel Currie   650  
29th Punjab Infantry, commanded by Colonel J.J. Gordon   671  
  ——–   —
Total Natives 3,990    4
  ——–   —
Grand total 5,335   13

Lieutenant-Colonel Alexander Lindsay commanded the Artillery, Colonel Æneas Perkins was Commanding Royal Engineer. Colonel Hugh Gough commanded the Cavalry, Brigadier-Generals Cobbe (17th Foot) and Thelwall (21st Punjab Infantry) the two Infantry brigades. Major W. Galbraith (85th Foot) was Assistant-Adjutant-General; Major H. Collett, Assistant, and Captains 'Dick' Kennedy and F. Carr, Deputy-Assistant-Quartermasters-General. Captains G. de C. Morton and A. Scott, V.C., Brigade-Majors. Captain A. Badcock, Chief Commissariat officer; Captain J. Colquhoun, R.A., Commissary of Ordnance; Major Moriarty, Captain Goad, and Lieutenant F. Maisey, Transport officers; Captain A. Wynne (51st Foot), Superintendent of Field Telegraphs; Captain R. Woodthorpe, R.E., Superintendent of Surveys; Deputy-Surgeon-General F. Allen, Principal Medical officer; Rev. J. W. Adams, Chaplain.