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A General Code of the Military Regulations in Force Under the Presidency of ... - Página 462
1824 - 606 páginas
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The Royal Military Chronicle VOL.IV May,1812

The Duke of York - 1812
...the loss of a limb ; such officer shall be entitled to a pension, commencing from the expiration of a year and a day after the time when he was wounded, and depending as tu its amount upon the rank he held at that period, according to the scale annexed....
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The Royal Military Chronicle: Or, British Officers Monthly ..., Volumen4

1812
...the loss of a limb ; such officer shall be entitled to a pension, commencing from the expiration of a year and a day after the time when he was wounded, and depending as tu its amount upon the rank he held at that period, according to the scale annexed....
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The New annual register, or General repository of history, politics, and ...

1813
...OFFICERS OF HIS MAJHSTY'S LAND FORCES LOSINQ AN BYE OR A LIMB ON SERVICE. If an officer shall be wounded in action, and it shall appear upon an inspection...equally prejudicial to his habit of body with the Joss of a Kmb ; such officer shall be entitled to a pension, commencing from the expiration (G) of...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volumen2;Volumen5,Parte2

Walter Scott - 1814
...the loss of a limb, such officer shall be entitled to a pension, commeneing from the expiration of a year and a day after the time when he was wounded; and depending as t« its amount upon the rank he neld at that period, according to the scale annexed....
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Miscellany, Volumen2

1816
...it shall appear upon an Inspection made of him hy the Medical Hoard, at any period not sooner (han a year and a day after the time when he was wounded,...he has, in consequence of His wound lost a limb or au eye, iirhnntoUcgular monthly Indents, agreeably to the following form, are to be transmitted to...
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The United Service Magazine: With which are Incorporated the Army and Navy ...

1830
...by a board of army medical officers, assembled by order of the Secretary at War, that sui:h officer has, in consequence of his wound, lost a limb, or...eye, or has totally lost the use of a limb, or that he has sustained a severe injury in action, fully equal, in every respect, to the loss of a limb, he...
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A collection of warrants and regulations issued to the army, on matters of ...

Army - 1844 - 80 páginas
...him by a Board of Army Medical Officers assembled by order of the Secretary at War, that such Officer has, in consequence of his Wound, lost a Limb or an...Eye, or has totally lost the use of a Limb, or that he has sustained a severe Injury in Action fully equal in every respect to the loss of a Limb, he may...
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Royal warrant and regulations regarding army services: and Explanatory ...

Army - 1848
...him by a Board of Army Medical Officers assembled by order of the Secretary at War, that such Officer has, in consequence of his wound, lost a limb, or...; or has totally lost the use of a limb ; or that he has sustained a severe injury in action, fully equal in every respect to the loss of a limb, he...
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Royal Warrant and Regulations Regarding Army Services

Great Britain. War Office - 1848 - 237 páginas
...him by a Board of Army Medical Officers assembled by order of the Secretary at War, that such Officer has, in consequence of his wound, lost a limb, or...eye; or has totally lost the use of a limb ; or that he has sustained a severe injury in action, fully equal in every respect to the loss of a limb, he...
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The British officer: his position, duties, emoluments and privileges

Joachim Hayward Stocqueler - 1851
...Staff appointment held by him at the time he was wounded. 2nd. If an Officer be wounded in action, and has, in consequence of his Wound, lost a limb or an eye, or has totally lost the use of a limb, or sustained a severe injury in action fully equal in every respect to the loss of a limb, he may be recommended...
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