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" Army, who were killed in action, or who have died of wounds received in action within six months of such wounds having been received, or from illness brought on by fatigue, privation, or exposure incident to active operations in the field before an enemy,... "
The India List and India Office List - Page 224
1819
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Royal warrant for the pay and promotion, non-effective pay, and allowances ...

1870
...in Column A. of the Schedule in Art. 1045, if her husband shall have been killed in action, or shall have died of wounds received in action within six months of such wounds having been received. 1050. A widow may be granted the Special Pension shown in Column B. of the Schedule in Art. 1o4s, if...
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A Military Dictionary, Comprising Terms, Scientific and Otherwise, Connected ...

G. E. Major-general Voyle - 1876 - 619 pages
...Admiralty. 18. Honorary Queen's cadets are sons of officers of the army, royal navy, and royal marines, who were killed in action, or who have died of wounds received in action within 6 months of such wounds having been received, or of illness brought on by fatigue, privation, or exposure...
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Report of Her Majesty's Civil Service Commissioners: Together ..., Volume 21

1877
...are sons of officers of the Army, Royal Navy, and Royal Marines who were killed in action or who had died of wounds received in action within six months of such wounds having been received, or of illness brought on by fatigue, privation, or exposure incident to active operations in the field...
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Handbook of competitive examinations for admission to every department of ...

William John Chetwode Crawley - Civil service - 1880 - 149 pages
...sons of officers of the Army, Royal Navy, and Royal Marines, who were killed in action, or who had died of wounds received in action within six months of such wounds having been received, or of illness brought on by fatigue, privation, or exposure incident to active operations in the field...
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the navy list

george e. b. eyre, william spottiswoode - 1882
...Commissions preference will be given either (a) to sons of Officers who have been killed m action, or have died of wounds received in action within six...privation, or exposure, incident to active operations before an enemy, within six months after having been first certified tobe 111; or, >>-, to sons of...
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BY AUTHORITY THE NAVY LIST, CORRECTED TO THE 20TH DECEMBER, 1884

eyre, spottiswoode - 1884
...the Examination, and then send in Oirir names to the Secretary of the Admiralty. iib in action, or have died of wounds received in action within six...been received, or from illness brought on by fatigue, privatun, or exposure, incident to active operations before nn enemy within six months after having...
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Army Circulars

Great Britain. War Office - 1877
...The Sons of Officers of Our Army, Royal Navy, or Royal Marines, who were killed in action, or who had died of wounds received in action within six months...privation, or exposure incident to active operations iii the field before an enemy, within six months after their having been first certified to he ill....
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Army Circulars

Great Britain. War Office - 1872
...are sons of Officers of the Army, Royal Navy, and Royal Marines who were killed in action or who had died of wounds received in action within six months of such wounds having been received, or of illness brought on by fatigue, privation, or exposure incident to active operations in the field...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 48

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Bills, Legislative - 1884
...is applicable only to the case of a widow whose " husband shall have been killed in action, or shall have died of wounds received in action, within six months of such wounds having been received." Exchequer and Audit Department, 23 January 1883. 41 The Inte Assistant Commissary Alderton died a violent...
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Parliamentary Papers, Volume 27

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1878
...are sons of officers of the army, Royal Navy, and Royal Marines who were killed in action or who had died of wounds received in action within six months of such wounds having been received, or of illness brought on by fatigue, privation, or exposure incident to active operations in the field...
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