Arrival of the IBERIA to Southampton

Arrival of the IBERIA to Southampton

Northern Times Dec 19th 1854

The IBERIA arrived at Southampton yesterday with the peninsular mails and amongst the passengers were 16 wounded British officers from the Crimea, all young men.

Lieut Col ATHERLY, Major COATES, Captís MARTIN, COOPER, BOLDER, CONNOLLY, BOOTHBY, BROWN, JEFFREY

Lieutís MORRIS, KING, BESWICK, Ensign MOSELEY

Drs DUMBELK, BOTSER

Capt BOOTHBY lost a leg at Alma, Capt BROWN an arm in the trenches at Sebastopol, Capt BOLDER wounded in the neck. Capt CONNOLLY commanded a picket at Inkermann.

They came to Gibraltar on the CAMBRIA troopship, from thence they were brought home on the IBERIA.

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