An Officer Late -in the Staff Corps Regiment of Cavalry. As a lieutenant in the 24th foot he fought in the Peninsular campaigns between 1809 and 1812, at Talavera, where he was wounded, at Busaco, at the defence of Torres Vedras, at Fuentes d'Onor, and in many minor engagements. After forty-three years' hard service he retired from the army in 1848, and became a squatter on the Goulburn river soon after the erection of Victoria into a separate colony in 1850, and became a leading colonist.

Personal Narrative of Adventures in the Peninsula During the War 1812-1813

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  • 1997 Ken Trotman Publications UK facsimilie of 1827 edition

     

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