A Leader Of Light Horse; Life Of Hodson Of Hodson's Horse by Lionel James TrotterA Leader Of Light Horse; Life Of Hodson Of Hodson's Horse by Lionel James Trotter

A Leader Of Light Horse; Life Of Hodson Of Hodson's Horse

byLionel James Trotter

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901. Excerpt: ... APPENDIX A. From, Major Reyndl G. Taylor, late Commandant of Guide Corps, to Major J. D. Macpherson, Mily. Secy, to Chief Commissioner, Lahore. Dated Jhelum, Feb. 13, 1856. Sir,--In accordance with the instructions contained in your letter, No. 3369, of the 10th November, I have the honour to report, for the information of the Chief Commissioner, that the result of my examination of Lieutenant Hodson's accounts has been quite satisfactory. 2. The period embraced is from the 10th of March 1853 to the close of 1854. Lieutenant Hodson succeeded to the command of the Guide Corps at an earlier period than the first-named date; but at that time the accounts were kept by the adjutant, and Lieutenant Hodson first assumed direct management of the regimental accounts on the above date--namely, the 10th of March 1853--on which occasion he received a distinct balance in cash from Lieutenant Turner, and also an open statement showing the sums which he, Lieutenant Turner, believed to be claimable from the chest and due to it: this open statement I shall notice elsewhere. 3. Commencing with the cash balance received from Lieutenant Turner, the accounts were carried on as previously in a general day-book embracing all transactions, written for the first (13) thirteen months by Moonshee Nujjuf Allee, one of the regimental moonshees. As this man subsequently became Lieutenant Hodson's accuser, and strove to throw discredit on his own account, it is this period of (13) thirteen months that has required the most careful and sifting examination. 4. From the 4th of April 1854 to the close of the same year the day-hook was kept by the other regimental moonshee, Goordeal, and as audited bills for (9) nine months 1853 and January 1854 were only received in February 1854, and cont...
Title:A Leader Of Light Horse; Life Of Hodson Of Hodson's HorseFormat:PaperbackDimensions:104 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.22 inPublished:February 2, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217663931

ISBN - 13:9780217663939