Royal warrant and regulations regarding army services: and Explanatory directions for the information and guidance of paymasters and others


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Seite 12 - Meal in each Day, the Meal to consist of such Quantities of Diet and Small Beer as may be fixed by Her Majesty's Regulations, not exceeding One Pound and a Quarter of Meat previously to being dressed, One Pound of Bread, One Pound of Potatoes or other Vegetables, and Two Pints of Small Beer...
Seite 192 - If her husband, being capable of service, had, at his own solicitation, been excused from serving, when called upon, provided he was officially warned that his widow would thereby forfeit the pension ; or if her husband had been placed on permanent half-pay, or on the Retired List on account of misconduct.
Seite 196 - Officer would be entitled to be placed on the Pension List ; provided it be shown that the Children have no other Allowance, Pension or Provision from the Government, and that their pecuniary circumstances and those of their Family are so limited, that they actually require assistance from the Compassionate Fund.
Seite 227 - September, 1836, who have obtained distinguishing marks, without relinquishing additional pay for goodconduct pay, may have the same addition to their pensions for the number of distinguishing marks they may severally possess at the period of their discharge, as is allowed to men who have relinquished additional pay, and are in receipt of good-conduct pay.
Seite 212 - March, 1833; and Black Soldiers discharged from Corps raised for Service in the West Indies and Africa. In cases of extreme suffering from wounds received in action, by Non-commissioned Officers or soldiers of long service, or of gallant conduct in the field, a sum not exceeding sixpence a day to European soldiers, enlisted subsequently to the 1st March, 1833, and threepence a day to Black soldiers, without reference to the date of enlistment, may be granted, at the recommendation of the Commander-in-Chief,...
Seite 229 - The secretary at war, on receiving the return, shall make such communications on the subject to the commanding officers of the regiments from which the men shall have been discharged, and to the parishes to which the men belong, as may in his judgment seem proper.
Seite 193 - Council, or subsequently thereto. 5. If the claim of a Widow to Pension shall not be established before her death, the amount of pension to which shewould have been entitled if living, shall not be allowed to her representatives.
Seite 187 - Bounty; — the ordinary Pension will not be granted to Widows whose private incomes may exceed the confidential scale which may from time to time...
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Seite 223 - Serjeants who are now, or who may be hereafter in the Service, — and such grants may be made, either while the men are serving, or after their discharge, with or without pension, in sums not exceeding £'20, which may be held during service and together with pension. The Serjeants selected for this honorary distinction, to be entitled to receive and wear a Silver Medal, having on one side The Royal effigy, and on the other, the words " For Meritorious Service," and the name and Regiment of the...

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