Liverpool Journal, Sept 23rd, 1882
Regretfully, Lieut PARK of the Black Watch has succumbed to his wounds
Telegram received at the War Office:-
From the General Officer commanding in Egypt to the Secretary of Sate for war
Cairo, Sept 15th
Corp Joseph BARRETT [?BENNETT] Royal Horse guards, reported missing after the action of Aug 28th, released by us this morning, he is quite well, and has been well treated throughout.
From the principal Medical Officer at Ismailia
Ismailia Sept 16th,
Lieut W. M. EDWARDS, Highland Light Infantry, scalp wound, almost well.
S. MACDOUGAL, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Lieut A. G. PIRIE, Gordon Highlanders, Lieut J. A. PARK [since dead] Royal Highlanders, Capt G. B. M.CUMBERLAND, all dangerous wounds and critical, but going on well, have hopes for all except perhaps RAWSON.
Col W. S. RICHARDSON, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, Col R. C. BALFOUR, Grenadier Guards, Lieut D. E. D. BARCLAY, 19th Hussars, Capt H. S. DALBIAC, Royal Artillery, Chaplain the Rev J Bellard H. NEEDWOOD, Highland Light Infantry, Lieut H. V. COWAN, Royal Artillery, Lieut C. P. LIVINGSTONE, Royal Highlanders, Major F. S. TERRY [half pay] Kings Own Borderers, Lieut H. H. Drummond WOLFF, Royal Fusiliers, Lieut R. F. M. F. M. SYNGE, Highland Light Infantry, Lieut G. T. J. CAREY, Highland Light Infantry, Lieut E. L. MC CAUSLAND, Royal Marines, Capt R. C. COVERLEY, Royal Highlanders, Lieut H. H. G. MALCOLM, Cameron Highlanders, also wounded but in no present danger, doing well.
Col T. R. STEVENSON, Royal Irish Fusiliers, accidentally wounded in the hand.
Lieut H. C. HOLLAND, 15th Hussars, Lieut A. G. CHICHESTER, Royal Irish Regiment, Lieut H. H. EDWARDS, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, are now convalescent from their wounds.
Sept 17th, total wounded on the 13th inst, 22 officers, 298 men
Cairo Sept 17th,
The Highland Brigade is so scattered that I cannot send a complete return in yet of all the casualties.
Killed, Private CRAGG[?], A DUMISTER, G. CRAWFORD, P. KENNY, T. KING, D. CAMERON, R. BROWN, James BROWN, James POLCLOCK [?POLLOCK], A. WALTERSON, BODEL and SMITH
Wounded, Sgt’s D. DUNN, F CHAWMAN, [?CHAPMAN], A. MACKENZIE, Corporals, J.MC KAY and W. CALLANACH, Privates, D. BELL, CAWMAN, [?C. DRUMMOND] A. MURRAY, CHASSELS, Alexander DUFF, MACKENZIE, SMITH, WALKER, GILLIS, WHITE, HART, BOTTOMLEY, BURNS, CUMMINGS, COCKCROFT, NELSON, TELFORD, MC RAE, PAGE, MC ALISTER, BROWN, SPERS [?DICK], WILSON, MURRAY, HERD, WITHERSPOON.
Lieut’s A. G. BLACKBURN, H. H. L. MALCOLM, S MC DOUGALL Argyll Sutherland Highlanders attached
Cairo Sept 18th,
Casualties of Indian contingent and First Battalion Seaforth Highlanders
Killed, Private C. HIGGS
Wounded, Colour Sgt MC DONALD, Corporal ROSS, Private A. GRANT, 5 native privates
Cavalry Division [natives] 1 man killed, 3 wounded.
Slightly wounded, Lieut J. E. D. BARCLAY, 19th Hussars, Rev J. BELLFORD
2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry
Killed, Major T. COLVILLE, Lieut D. S. KAYS, Colour Sgt A. STEWART, Sgt’s W. DEMPSTER, J. SCOTT and J. W. MCALISTER, Privates A. AMER, W. JOHNSTON, W. MC LEAN, J. MONTGOMERY, S. STEEL, C. CRAWLEY, J. PORTEOUS, A. WHITEHOUSE, J. ALLEN, A. FRASER.
Wounded dangerously, Lieut H. MIDWOOD
Wounded severely, Lieut’s G. T. J. CAREY, W. M. M. EDWARDS
Wounded slightly, Lieut,s A. R. HENEAGE, R. F. M. F. M. SYNGE
Wounded, Sgt’s H. COUSINS, H. SPEARS, J. M. SAREN [?J. MC LAREN], S. DAVIES, Corporal’s, W. DUCHAUN [?BUCHAN], WARD, J. KELLIE, Privates, J. HAYE, R. LANG, W. LEVINGSTONE [?LIVINGSTONE], E. MC CAHON, J. DIXON, J. ROCHE, W. MC ABEAR [?] J. REES, W. LOOM, T. SUTHERLAND, S. HUNT [?], N. RODGERS, J. GERUGHTY, J. MC DERMOTT, KERRIGAN, T. CAMPBELL, W. MACKIN, J. STAPLETON, R. TRAVERS, J. HINBOW, P. BRASTIN, M. FINNEGAN, T. WILLIAMS, W. CRANMER, E. MORAN, W. AMBROSE, J. DOHERTY, J. ROSS, J. JORDAN, A. LIVINGSTONE, W. THOMSON, J. MOODIE, Drummer P. RIEMIE [?RENNIE]
Casualty returns for artillery
Killed, Gunner H. JUDGE and Shoeing Smith JANEKION
Wounded severely, Lieut H. O. COWAN and Capt H. S. DALBIAC
Wounded A2 Gunners, DOWMAN, WATSON, Drivers, TAGGART, JOYCE, RESSWELL, WHITE
D1, Sgt COOK, Gunners, BEEL, FLATT, Driver KELSEY
1,2, Sgt’s BARRETT and MC CARTNEY, Corporal CORMACK, Driver HURLEY
N2, Driver MAHIMAN, Gunner COWELL
C3, Gunner BRITIAN
Blackwatch, First Battalion Royal Highlanders
Killed, Lieut’s T. J. Graham STIRLING and T. G. MC NEILL, Sgt Major MC NEILL, Privates, A. MICHIE, G. ROBERTSON, A. SMITH, J. BRANINGAN, R. STEVENSON, J. HARGREAVES
Wounded officers, Capt R. C. COVENEY, G. M. FOX, G. B. M. CUMBERLAND, J. A. Park LIVINGSTONE, J. L. SPEED. Non commissioned officers, Sgt’s P. PALMER, W. CAMPBELL, J. MC DONALD, Drum Major W. CLARK, Corporal J. FALCONER, Privates, J. ARTHUR, H. DUFF, M. RUSSELL, A. SMITH, P. STEEL, W. WALKER, H. YOUNG, D. CAMERON, J. MACK, D. MC GEOGH, W. TUKSON, J. CUNNUNGHAM, J. HALLINGHAM, H. DOW, J. KENNY, E. HOLDSWORTH, J. BOARDMAN, J. MACKINTOSH, A. E. PAYNE, W. HORLAND, J. JOHNSON, J. WASSELL, J. WILSON, M. DEMPSEY, P. BELL, G. BEDSON, A. MC CLUCAS, G. TURNBULL, V. CAIRNS, J. SLACK, J. CONSTABLE.
Cameron Highlanders Supplementary
Killed, privates, C. SIMON and J, HYSLOP
Wounded, privates, G. QUEENLEY [?QUEENBY], J. SHEPARD
Telegram, Principal Medical Officer
Ismailia Sept 19th
Colonels W. R. RICHARDSON, Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry, R. F.BALFOUR, Grenadier guards, Capt’s G. B. M. CUMBERLAND, Royal Highlanders, H. S. DALBIAC, Royal Artillery, D. E. D. BURDAY, 19th Hussars, A. G. BLACKBURN, Cameron Highlanders, S. MACDOUGAL, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, H. MIDWOOD and W. M. M. EDWARDS, Highland Light Infantry, A. G. PRICE, Gordon Highlanders, H. V. COWAN, Royal Artillery, E. L. MC CLAUSLAND, Royal Marines. Chaplain the Rev J. BELLOID and W. RAWSON, Royal Navy, have left in the CARTHAGE, all doing well, RAWSON’S is a critical case, though not hopeless. The CARTHAGE also carried 107 wounded.
The ORONTES sailed with Major F. S. TERRY. H.P, Lieut’s LIVINGSTONE, Royal Highlanders, H. H. Drummond WOLFFE, Royal Fusiliers, wounded and Col T. R. STEVENSON, Royal Irish Fusiliers, accidental wound, all doing well. The ORONTES also took 120 wounded and sick.
The BRITISH PRINCE, takes Lieut H. H. EDWARDS, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, Lieut H. C. HOLLAND, 15th, Hussars, slightly wounded and some sick officers and men [about 300 sick] to England via Cyprus
General Office, commander in Egypt
Cairo Sept 19th
Killed Lieut H. G. BROOKS, Sgt P. FITZGERALD, Corporal W. NUMER [?] Privates C. MELVIN, J. M. WANEN [?WARREN], E. KEDGET, W. E. HINKSMAN, M. JOHNSON, J. SMITH, M. CONNOR, S. LYON, C. MC DONALD, W. REID, W. WOD [?WOOD] H. HOGGES [?HODGES] H. MONEY, J. GALLACHER, F. C. ANDERSON, G. BARTLETT, J. MC GRATH, J. MARRETT, J. WALLACE, J. VINCENT.
Telegram 18th inst from Sir G. WOLSELEY, reports no fatal injuries in the British Cavalry
Telegram from Sir G. WOLSELEY
Wounded officers progressing favourably, of the 60 wounded still in hospital, except 6 whose cases are critical.
Cases reported critical, STEVENSON, Life guards, COLEMAN-COLEMAN and COOPER Royal rifles, ALLEN, Highland Light Infantry, TELFORD and BROWSE, Cameron Highlanders, NEILL, Royal Irish Regiment, LYON, KELVIN [?MELVIN], HEDGE [?HODGES] Gordon Highlanders, HENRY and DORMAN, Royal Artillery.
Admiralty Thursday Malta
Steamer CARTHAGE has arrived here, seriously wounded officers and men progressing favourably, 11 naval cases landed, Commander Wyatt RAWSON died on Thursday morning on board, his funeral will take place this evening, after which the CARTHAGE proceeds to Netley calling a Gibraltar.
To allow ample room for the sick and wounded on their way home from Egypt orders have been issued for the transport LUSITANIA to be used to transport them.
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