2 edition of life of Field-Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines. found in the catalog.
life of Field-Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines.
Robert S. Rait
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|Pagination||xi, 366p. :|
|Number of Pages||366|
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Life of Field-Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines. London, Constable & Co., (OCoLC) Named Person: Frederick Paul Haines, Sir: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Robert S Rait. Rait, Robert S. () The life of Field Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines.
London: Constable & Co. The Life of Field-Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines. Constable & Co. Ltd., London, Stock Code: £ Field Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines GCB GCSI CIE (10 August – 11 June ) was a British Army officer.
He fought in the First Anglo-Sikh War, in the Second Anglo-Sikh War and then in the Crimean War: during the latter conflict at the Battle of Inkerman, he held an important barrier on the post road guarding the approach to the 2nd Division camp for six ance: United Kingdom.
Sin FREDERICK HAINES' years of service were just life of Field-Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines. book days short of the traditional term of life. He was gazetted on June 21st,an ensign in the King's Own; he died a Field-Marshal on the Active List on June 11th, His military career began and ended in India.
He was fortunate in having a family connexion with Sir Hugh Gough, who was then in command of the Mysore division of the Madras A. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http.
Field Marshall Sir Frederick Paul Haines ('Men of the Day. ') by James Jacques Tissot chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 25 March 14 1/8 in. x 9 1/2 in. ( mm x mm) paper size acquired Reference Collection NPG D 10 Views; Field-Marshal Sir Donald Stewart: An Account of his Lif Year: Author: Stewart, Donald Sir Field-Marshal 6 Views; The Life of Field-Marshal Sir George White, Vol.
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First edition of this "excellent biography" (Brice), for over a century the only full-length memoir of the man "said to have commanded in more general actions than any other British officer of the nineteenth century except the Duke of Wellington" (ODNB).
Gough () was gazetted lieutenant inand posted to the 78th. William Clark Haines (10 January – 3 February ), Australian colonial politician, was the first Premier of Victoria. Field Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines GCB GCSI CIE (10 August – 11 June ) was a British Army officer. Field Marshall Sir Frederick Paul Haines ('Men of the Day.
') by James Jacques Tissot chromolithograph, published in Vanity Fair 25 March The 'General Haines' of the letter is Field Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines (), who the previous year had been appointed General Officer Commanding the Mysore Division of the Madras Army. The reference in the letter to Madras as 'a cantonment' recalls the fact that Bowring's father Sir John Bowring () had been fourth.
General Sir Frederick Paul Haines . A very good half length portrait cabinet card by Bourne & Shepherd of the general as Commander in Chief in India, a position he held from to He wears the GCB awarded in and the CIE awarded on the institution of the Order in Field Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines was a British Army officer.
He fought in the First Anglo-Sikh War, in the Second Anglo-Sikh War and then in the Crimean War: during the latter conflict at the Battle of Inkerman, he held an important barrier on the post road guarding the.
Sheffield Daily Telegraph Scotsman, The London Evening Standard Sporting Life Hull Daily Mail More Newspapers Countries 5, England Ireland 1, Scotland 54 Wales. HAINES, SIR FREDERICK PAUL (–), field-marshal, born on 10 Aug. at the Parsonage Farm, Kirdford, Sussex, was youngest child in the family of three sons and a daughter of Gregory Haines, C.B.
(), who was in Wellington's commissariat throughout the Peninsular war and at Waterloo, and ended his career as commissary-general in Ireland, by his wife Harriet, daughter.
Life and Campaigns of Field Marshal Viscount Gough, ; Life of Field Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines, ; Scotland, in The Making of the Nations Series, ; Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, – (with Prof.
Sir C. Firth), ; Life. Whilst studying at the Royal Academy Schools, Collyer became great friends with Field Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines (), an important patron of the arts and theatre.
British field marshal. Media in category "Frederick Paul Haines" The following 4 files are in this category, out of 4 total. Frederick × 1,; KB. FrederickHainesBromptonjpg × ; KB.
Sir Frederick Haines WDLpng 1, × 1,; MB. Frederick Haines Vanity Fair 25 March jpg × ; 91 KB. Whilst studying, she became great friends with Field Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines (), an important patron of the arts and theatre. Whilst at the school she campaigned and succeeded in persuading nearly all of the teachers to allow women to study the .(4) Field Marshall Sir Frederick Paul Haines GCB GCSI CIE (–) Fought in First and Second Anglo-Sikh Wars, Crimean War, Indian Rebellion, Quartermaster-General to the Forces in the U.K.
Commander-in-Chief in India. Sig. from Letter Closing, w/ Vanity Fair chromolithograph “Commander-in-Chief-in-India.”.found: Wikipedia, 22 Dec. (Field Marshal Sir Frederick Paul Haines, GCB, GCSI, CIE (10 August - 11 June )).