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sketch of the services of the Madras European Regiment during the Burmese War.

Butler, John Major.

sketch of the services of the Madras European Regiment during the Burmese War.

By an officer of the corps.

by Butler, John Major.

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Published by Smith, Elder in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • East India Company Army,
  • Burmese War, 1824-1826

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS475.7 .B8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 104 p.
    Number of Pages104
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6042461M
    LC Control Number48043991
    OCLC/WorldCa6010640

    BUTLER, John, Major. A sketch of the services of the Madras European Regiment during the Burmese War. By an officer of the Corps. BUTLER, John, Major. A sketch of the services of the Madras European Regiment during the Burmese War. By an officer of the Corps. Regular price £ Sale price £ Sale.   The Madras Regiment participated in the Second Anglo Maratha war in , their first major conflict. In the Battle of Assaye, 9, British and Madras sepoys with just 17 cannons defeated a mammoth Maratha army of 40, Infantry irregular cavalry armed with over : Ritwik Ray.

    Voices from the Front: The 2nd Norfolk Regiment, from Le Paradis to Kohima, Peter Hart.A history of the 2nd Norfolk Regiment during the Second World War, based on interviews conducted with veterans of the battalion conducted by the author, and tracing the battalion's story from France in to Burma, the fight for Kohima and the reconquest of the country [read full review].   A book written by a Madras officer in the year says that the induction of the lower castes in the army had significantly increased. This increase must have disconcerted the upper castes in the army. It appears that sometime in the s the Madras and the Bombay Armies started reducing the recruitment of the Dalits.

    The 3rd Madras (European) Regiment was formed at Bellary in the Madras Presidency on 18 November for service in the Honourable East India Company. It was converted to the th Regiment of Foot (Madras Infantry) in , which then amalgamated with the 27th Inniskillings in to become the 2nd Battalion The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. 19th Regiment Crimean War - Casualties Gravesend to Madras on HEICS Minerva list of soldiers includes details of wives and children travelling with them, as well as birthplace, age and description of the soldier.


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Only two regimental works, published anonymously, appeared before on the Company's European infantry: "A Sketch of the Services of the Madras European Regiment in the Burmese War" (Butler) () and "A Historical Record of the H.E.I.C's.

ist Madras European Regiment" (Neill) ). Buy With the Madras European Regiment in Burma - The experiences of an Officer of the Honourable East India Company's Army during the first Anglo-Burmese War - by Professor John Butler from Waterstones today.

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eliwalsh. Ioan Alungulesei - Sus pe deal banta rasuna (Matinali si populari - ETNO TV - ). History of the Services of the Madras Artillery, with a Sketch of the Rise of the Power of the East India Company in Southern India by Peter James Begbie () Volume 1 (to ) Google Books. Volume 2Public Library of India Collection.

Chapters covering the period from The Madras Regiment was initially formed as the Madras European Regiment in the s by the East India Company as the second company established in India. However, it was formed as a battalion in under the command of Major Stringer battalion was involved in all the battles against the French forces in : Indian Army.

8th R.R. Madras: 25th R.R. Madras: 38th R.R. Madras: 54th R.R. Madras: 16th Cavalry Madras: Indian Naval Ship MYSORE: Madras Regimental Centre: History of The Madras Regiment: First World War WWI: Second World War WW-II: Locations of battalions () Kashmir - UN Peace Keeping CONGO - Indo Pak WAR Indo Pak.

In the Regiment served briefly in Burma following the Second Burmese War before serving in the Indian Rebellion of In the Regiment was renamed as the th (Madras Light Infantry) Regiment when all of the HEIC Regiments were converted to British Army.

European Regiment is as good a subject for regimental history as could well be chosen, as it not only formed the germ of the Madras army, but was for some years, and dur- ing a critical period, the sole regiment in that service. Its annals also connect the humble merchant-adventurers, trading to the East Indies on sufferance of the native powers, with the sovereign potentates of Leadenhall Street.

The 14th Madras Native Infantry also fought at the Battle of Mahidpur during the Third Mysore War. Later the battalion was posted in China and fought in the Opium Wars. The 74th Punjabis also fought in the Third Burmese War in the year The army battalion served during the First World War and was included as a part of the 8th Lucknow.

With the Madras European Regiment in Burma - The experiences of an Officer of the Honourable East India Company's Army during the first Anglo-Burmese War - Price: $ Formation.

The regiment was raised by the Honourable East India Company as the Madras Europeans from independent companies in – "European" indicating it was composed of white soldiers, not Indian sepoys.

It saw action at the Siege of Arcot in autumn during the Second Carnatic War and went on to fight at the Battle of Plassey in Junethe Battle of Condore in December and Branch: Madras Army (–), British.

It provided significant military services and was honoured for its loyalty. Designations of 5th Madras Native Cavalry The 5th Madras Native Cavalry regiment held several titles during its service in the British Indian Army.

The various designations are mentioned below - * 4th Madras Native Cavalry in * Disbanded in This war was the longest and most expensive war in British Indian history. Fifteen thousand European and Indian soldiers died, together with an unknown number of Burmese military and civilian casualties.

The high cost of the campaign to the British, 5–13 million pounds sterling, contributed to a severe economic crisis in British India which cost the East India Company its remaining privileges.

For the Burmese Location: Burma, East Bengal, Assam, Manipur, Cachar. Narrative of the Burmese war, detailing the operations of Major-Gereral Sir Archibald Campbell's army from May,to February / (London: John Murray, ), by Major Snodgrass (page images at HathiTrust) A sketch of the services of the Madras European Regiment during the Burmese War.

By an officer of the corps. Full text of "List Of Tombs And Monuments Of Europeans And Co In The Madras District" See other formats.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Madras Fusiliers (a regiment of European infantry recruited by the East India Company for service in India) was transferred to the regular British Army.

End of the separate Madras Army Edit. In the three separate Presidency Armies were abolished and the Army of India was divided into four commands, each commanded by a on/HQ: Ootacamund, Nilgiris district.With the Madras European Regiment in Burma - The experiences of an Officer of the Honourable East India Company's Army during the first Anglo-Burmese War - /5.This is a fascinating book.

It is the first-hand account of an officer of the Madras European Regiment of the Honourable East India Company’s Army - which is a rarity in itself. It concerns the First Burma War - a subject of much interest to students of Indian military .