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Full text of "Trial of Captain Thomas Atchison of the Royal Artillery, by a general court martial at Malta: in consequence of having requested to be exonerated from firing patteraro salutes and tolling a Roman Catholic bell for the church and image rites of Roman Catholic priests: with an appendix describing those rites : with official documents on the subject". Trial of Captain Thomas Atchison of the Royal Artillery, by a general court martial at Malta: in consequence of having requested to be exonerated from firing patteraro salutes and tolling a Roman Catholic bell for the church and image rites of Roman Catholic priests: with an appendix describing those rites : with official documents on the subjectPages: The Royal Malta Fencible Artillery ( – ) On 25 January , the Royal Malta Fencible Regiment became a corps of artillery with six Batteries and all ranks. It was designated the Royal Malta Fencible Artillery. Lt Col Antonio Mattei who had commanded the RMFR became its first commanding officer. 24 Mar Trial by General Court Martial at Valletta of Captain Thomas Atchison and Lieutenant George Francis Dawson for disobeyed orders in refusing on 9 and 10 August to fire petard salutes in honour of the feast of St Lorenzo, patron saint of Vittoriosa. Royal Artillery.
The Royal Regiment of Artillery has recognised his endeavours with the Napier Award in , the Alfred Burne Memorial Award in , , and , the Lefroy Gold Medal in and the Royal Artillery Medal in for outstanding service to the Regiment. A Most Fortunate Court Martial: The Trial of Captain Charles Kingsmill, Lieutenant (N) Basil Noake, decided to take advantage of the very clear weather to depart Dalhousie and make for Quebec City that very evening. Shortly after 6 p.m., Kingsmill ordered the anchor weighed and the ship to proceed north-east out of Chaleur Bay at 15 knots. Royal Malta Artillery Memorial, Valletta, Malta DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE Gunner S AGUIS 11 Heavy Anti Aircraft Regiment Royal Malta Artillery died aged Son of Joseph and Vincentia Agius, of Sliema. At rest in Imtarfa Military Cemetery. Malta Gunner Alfred ALLISON 1st Coast Regiment, Royal Malta Artillery died Court Martial of Rhode Island Militia Officers Who Refused to Select Six Guardsmen for Federal Service Trial. Court Martial. Kentish Guards. Trial of Colonel David Pinniger, Lt. Col. William P. Maxwell, Major Nathan Whiting, Captain Allen Tillinghast: Officers of the Kentish Guards, Before a General Court-Martial Holden at the Court-House, In Providence, Ap , For.
The General Court-Martial, of which Commander STRINGHAM is President, Capt. Morris, Commanders Case, Swartwout and others members, and Paymaster Calhoun, Judge Advocate, reassembled at . Alfred Thomas King was a Driver in the Royal Field Artillery (of the 32 nd Brigade, 4 th Division, Ammunition Column). The most numerous arm of the artillery, the horse-drawn RFA was responsible for the medium calibre guns and howitzers deployed close to the front line and were reasonably mobile. Albert deployed with the BEF at the outset. The Trial of Colonel Quentin: Of the Tenth, Or, Prince of Wales's Own Regiment of Hussars, by a General Court-martial, Held at Whitehall, on Monday, the 17th of October, ; and Continued, by Adjournment, Till Monday, the 31st of October, Authors: Sir George Augustus Quentin, William Brodie Gurney: Contributor: Great Britain. Army. Royal Malta Artillery: Sgt. Francis Xerri () 1. 3/11 Regt. RMA(T) Sgt. francis Xerri My late father Sgt. Francis Xerri served with the only Maltese army unit to serve outside Malta during WWII. He served in Egypt in under Capt G.C. Micallef Eynaud, who .