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Forward the Guns by Chris Collingwood.


Forward the Guns by Chris Collingwood.

Officer and sergeant of the 17th Light Dragoons in charge of Indian Irregular Cavalry.
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The Last Stage Of Lieutenant Smyths Heroic Journey.


The Last Stage Of Lieutenant Smyths Heroic Journey.

When only Lieutenant Smyth and Sepoy Lal Singh were left of the original eleven they reached a small stream. They were subjected to a heavy fire, and it was some time before they discovered a fordable spot. There they crossed, carrying a box of bombs between them and escaping disaster by some miracle. They reached he firing trench at last, but unfortunately Lal Singh was almost immediately killed. Lieutenant Smyth received the Victoria Cross for this heroic exploit and the ten brave Indians were rewarded with the Indian Distinguished Service Medal.
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Officer 3rd Lancers - Hyderbad Contingent by John Charlton (1897)


Officer 3rd Lancers - Hyderbad Contingent by John Charlton (1897)



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5th Punjab Cavalry by John Charlton (1897)


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Officer 6th Bombay Cavalry by John Charlton (1897)


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Officer Viceroy Body Guard by John Charlton (1897)


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Officer 7th Bombay Lancers by John Charlton (1897)


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Officer 1st Bombay Lancers by John Charlton (1897)


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Officer Central India Horse by John Charlton (1897) (P)


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The Corps of Guides (Cavalry and Infantry) by Richard Simkin (P)


The Corps of Guides (Cavalry and Infantry) by Richard Simkin (P)



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Punjab Frontier Force No1 Kohat Mountain Battery by Richard Simkin (P)


Punjab Frontier Force No1 Kohat Mountain Battery by Richard Simkin (P)



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The 2nd Bombay Lancers (Review Order) by Richard Simkin (P)


The 2nd Bombay Lancers (Review Order) by Richard Simkin (P)



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The 3rd Madras Light Cavalry Trotting Past, Reveiw Order by Richard Simkin (P)


The 3rd Madras Light Cavalry Trotting Past, Reveiw Order by Richard Simkin (P)



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The 29th Bombay Native Infantry (Duke of Connaughts Own Belooch Regt) Field Firing (Marching Order) by Richard Simkin (P)


The 29th Bombay Native Infantry (Duke of Connaughts Own Belooch Regt) Field Firing (Marching Order) by Richard Simkin (P)



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The 3rd Goorkhas Skirmishing by Richard Simkin (P)


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A Baggage Train on the March : Escort of the 20th Bengal (Punjab) Native Infantry, Field Service Kit. by Richard Simkin (P)


A Baggage Train on the March : Escort of the 20th Bengal (Punjab) Native Infantry, Field Service Kit. by Richard Simkin (P)



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The 7th Bengal Native Infantry on Parade by Richard Simkin (P)


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The Queens Own Madras Sappers and Miners, Review Order by Richard Simkin (P)


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The Governer-generals Body-Guard (Calcutta)  by H Bunnett (P)


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The Bombay Artillery by H Bunnett (P)


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The 3rd Goorkhas by H Bunnett (P)


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1st Madras Pioneers by H Bunnett (P)


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15th Regiment of Sikhs by H Bunnett (P)


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Lance-Naik Lala Drags A Wounded Officer, Whom He Found Lying Close To The Enemy, To A Shelter And There Bandages His Wounds.


Lance-Naik Lala Drags A Wounded Officer, Whom He Found Lying Close To The Enemy, To A Shelter And There Bandages His Wounds.

Finding a British Officer of another regiment lying close to the enemy, Lance-Naik Lala, of the 41st Dogras Indian Army, dragged him into a temporary shelter. After bandaging his wounds he heard calls from the adjutant of his own regiment, who was lying in the open severely wounded. The enemy were not more than a hundred yards distant, but Lance-Naik Lala insisted on going out to his adjutant. He stripped off his own clothing to keep the wounded officer warmer and stayed with him until just before dark. After dark he carried the first wounded officer back to the main trenches, and then, returning with a stretcher, he carried back his adjutant. He set a magnificent example of courage and devotion to his officers, and was deservedly awarded the V.C.


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Lieutenant De Pass bombing the enemy after entering one of their Saps.


Lieutenant De Pass bombing the enemy after entering one of their Saps.

On November 24th 1914, Lieutenant Frank Alexander de Pass of the 34th Prince Albert Victors Own Poona horse, gallantry entered a German sap near Festubert, and succeeded in destroying a traverse while being bombed by the enemy. He subsequently rescued under heavy fire a wounded man who was lying exposed in the open. He lost his life, however, on the same day in a second attempt to capture the sap, which had been reoccupied by the enemy. For his conspicuous bravery. Lieutenant de Pass was awarded the V.C.


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Sepoy Chatta Singh digging cover, under fire, for his wounded officer after binding up his wounds.


Sepoy Chatta Singh digging cover, under fire, for his wounded officer after binding up his wounds.

Leaving cover, Sepoy Chatta Singh, of the 9th Bhopal Infantry, went to the assistance of his commanding officer, which was wounded and helpless in the open. He bound up the officers wounds and then dug cover for him with his entrenching tools, being exposed all the time to very heavy rifle fire. For five hours, until nightfall, he remained beside the wounded officer, shielding him with his own body on the exposed side. He then, under cover of darkness, went back for assistance and brought the officer into safety. He was awarded the V.C. for most conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty.


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Sepoy Khudadad Workingta Machine Gun After The Rest Of The Gun Detachment Had Been Killed.


Sepoy Khudadad Workingta Machine Gun After The Rest Of The Gun Detachment Had Been Killed.

On October 31st 1914, the first battle of Ypres reached its most critical stage. For a time General Allenby held the whole lne from Klein Zillebeke to Hollebeke, with only his cavalry and two exhausted battalions of the 7th Indian Brigade. While numerous German shells were bursting over the trenches at Hollebeke, a British officer, commanding a machine gun detachment, was wounded and all except one of the guns were put out of action. Though wounded he, Sepoy Khudadad, of the 129th Duke of Connaughts Own Baluchia, with great courage stayed to work his gun until all his comrades of the detachment had been killed. He was awarded the V.C. for most conspicuous gallantry.
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Subadar Sabal Singh And Lance-Naik Net Singh Climbing A Wall At The Head Of Their Comrades To Storm A Turkish Stronghold At Sahil.


Subadar Sabal Singh And Lance-Naik Net Singh Climbing A Wall At The Head Of Their Comrades To Storm A Turkish Stronghold At Sahil.

On November 16th 1914, soon after the opening of the Persian Gulf campaign, news reached the British Force that the Turkish garrison of Basra was advancing to give battle, and as the position of European in the city appeared to be precarious, the advance was begun early on the morning of the 17th. The main force of the enemy was concentrated at Sahil, close to the river. While under fire from an old fort, lying on the edge of a palm grove on the enemys flank, Subadar Sebal Singh and Lance-Naik Net Singh, of the 104th Wellesleys Rifles, gallantly stormed the outer wall of the fort, at the head of some twenty or thirty men of various units. They were the first in this part of the line to enter the enemys position, and Subadar Sabal Singh and Lance-Naik Net Singh were rewarded with the Indian Order of Merit for their conspicuous gallantry.
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The Death Of Lance Naik Bhau Savant At Mazera.


The Death Of Lance Naik Bhau Savant At Mazera.

In the military operations on the Tigris the British force advanced against Mazera, which was in the occupation of the Turks on December 7th 1914, and the enemy were driven across the river to Kurna. Lance Naik Bhau Savant, of the 110th Mahratta Light Infantry, was in command of the scouts, and in advancing under heavy fire he showed the garrison courage. He was always in the front, and when leading his men in the final bayonet charge at Mazera was most unfortunately shot through the heart.
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Lance-Naik Said Akbar, Havildar Yakub Khan Sepoy Daulat Khan, with Captain Acworth, Bombing The Enemy As They Proceeded Along their Trenches.


Lance-Naik Said Akbar, Havildar Yakub Khan Sepoy Daulat Khan, with Captain Acworth, Bombing The Enemy As They Proceeded Along their Trenches.

At Festubert on November 23rd and 24th 1914, Lance-Naik Said Akbar, Havildar Yakub Khan and Sepoy Daulat Khan, of the 57th Wildes Rifles (Frontier Force), accompanied Captain Acworth along the enemy trenches, throwing bombs over the traverses as they proceeded, and thus forcing them to evacuate. For their conspicuous gallantry they were awarded the Indian Order of Merit.


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Naik Shahamad Khan, With Two Others, Holding His Ground After His Machine Gun Had Been Knocked Out By Shellfire.


Naik Shahamad Khan, With Two Others, Holding His Ground After His Machine Gun Had Been Knocked Out By Shellfire.

Naik Shahamad Khan, of the Punjabis, was in charge of a machine gun section in an exposed position, within 150 yards of the enemys trenches. Here he worked his own gun single-handed after all his men, except two belt fillers, had become casualties. For three hours he held the gap under very heavy fire, and when his gun was knocked out, he and his two belt-fillers held their ground with rifles till ordered to withdraw. With three men, he then brought back his gun, ammunition, and one severely wounded man. Finally, he himself returned and removed all remaining arms and equipment. But for his great determination, for which he was most deservedly awarded the V.C., the enemy must have penetrated the British line.


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Havildar Ghulam Nabi, Lance-Naik Nur Dad And Sapper Ghulam Haidar Swimming The Tigris To Prepare A Flying Bridge.


Havildar Ghulam Nabi, Lance-Naik Nur Dad And Sapper Ghulam Haidar Swimming The Tigris To Prepare A Flying Bridge.

At Kurna on December 8th 1914, volunteers were called for to swim across the Tigris, about 150 yards wide, carrying with them a line to the opposite bank. Havildar Ghulam Nabi, Lance-Naik Nur Dad and Sapper Ghulam Haidar, all of No. 17 Company, 3rd Sappers and Miners, at once volunteered to swim across, although the opposite bank of the river was held by considerable numbers of the enemy. The undertaking was rendered still more dangerous as the tide was ebbing fast and the water was very cold. The three men were awarded the Indian Order of Merit, for their gallant services enabled a flying bridge to be prepared for the passage of the troops.
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 Havildar Muhammad Azim Steadying His Men Under A Hot Fire At Serapeum After Being Wounded.


Havildar Muhammad Azim Steadying His Men Under A Hot Fire At Serapeum After Being Wounded.

At Serapeum on February 4th 1915, during the operations on the Suez Canal, the enemy made signs of surrender, and then, apparently, treacherously fired on a company of Indian troops when close to their trench. Havildar Muhammad Azim, of the 92nd Punjabis, was wounded, but gallantly remained with his section. When his company took up a position to re-engage the enemy, he kept his men steady under a hot fire and directed them with coolness and pluck. He was present at the final surrender of the enemy and marched back with the prisoners to camp, refusing any attention to his wound until he arrived there. For his conspicuous gallantry Havildar Muhammad Azim was awarded the Indian Order of Merit (2nd Class)
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Lance-Naik Guman Singh, Riflemen Kheta Ram, Dhanna Ram And Maula Dad Bringing Back Ammunition Under Heavy Shell And Rifle Fire At Kurna.


Lance-Naik Guman Singh, Riflemen Kheta Ram, Dhanna Ram And Maula Dad Bringing Back Ammunition Under Heavy Shell And Rifle Fire At Kurna.

At Kurna on December 4th 1914, a machine gun section was very heavily engaged with the enemy across the Tigris. When orders were given for the machine guns to retire, four men and the officer commanding the machine gun section were left to take back two guns and ammunition boxes. The guns were safely removed a distance of 250 yards to the mules, but some ammunition still remained behind. The officer thereupon called for volunteers to fetch it, and Lance-Naik Guman Singh, Riflemen Kheta Ram, Dhanna Ram and Maula Dad gallantly volunteered. The ammunition boxes were brought back in the face of heavy shell and rifle fire, and after the greater part of the firing line had retired. Riflemen Kherta Ram and Dhanna Ram had twice previously brought up ammunition to the guns over the same ground, the last one hundred yards being across an open ploughed field. Lance-Naik Guman Singh worked one of the guns throughout the day, and all four men were rewarded with the Indian Order for their gal.........


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Subadar Dunga Rawat Bringing Up Troops To The River At Kurna, Under Very Heavy Fire.


Subadar Dunga Rawat Bringing Up Troops To The River At Kurna, Under Very Heavy Fire.

During the fighting on December 7th 1914, in the operations of the Persian Gulf Expeditionary Force at Kurna, Subadar Dunga Rawat, of the 120th Rajputana Infantry, with half the double company, which was about two hundred yards in the rear, reached the river bank, opposite Kurna. The place was strongly held by the enemy, and a heavy fire from the front and left flank swept them at very close range. Returning, however, Subadar Dunga Rawat brought up the remainder of his command to the riverbank, two sections at a time. He carried out his orders with great coolness and bravery, and was deservedly rewarded with the Indian Order of Merit.
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Naik Safdar Ali And Sepoy Sher Khan Advancing Along The West Bank Of The Suez Canal, Ahead Of Their Comrades To Attack The Turks.


Naik Safdar Ali And Sepoy Sher Khan Advancing Along The West Bank Of The Suez Canal, Ahead Of Their Comrades To Attack The Turks.

In the operations on the Suez Canal at the beginning of February 1915, the Turks delivered their main attack at a point opposite Tussum, just south of Lake Timseh. On February 3rd, Naik Safdar Ali and Sepoy Sher Khan, of the 62nd Punjabis, led their comrades down a strip of sandy bank under a very hot fire to attack the enemy who were attempting to land from a pontoon boat. In the final dash to the boat, Naik Safdar Ali was again ahead of his comrades, but he fell mortally wounded within a yard of the waters edge. He died a few minutes later, but his most gallant conduct was posthumously rewarded with the Indian Order of Merit.
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Captain Jotham is Shot Dead in Attempting to Rescue one of his Men.


Captain Jotham is Shot Dead in Attempting to Rescue one of his Men.

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Risadar Santa Singh, Dafadar Bisham Singh And Sowar Buda Singh Charging To Rescue Captain Willoughby, Who Was Surrounded By Arab Horsemen.


Risadar Santa Singh, Dafadar Bisham Singh And Sowar Buda Singh Charging To Rescue Captain Willoughby, Who Was Surrounded By Arab Horsemen.

In the Persian Gulf operations the British Force hoped to have the Arabs as allies against the Turks, whose rule had never been congenial to the Arabs. The appearance of the red and white flags of the Arabs with the Turkish troops, however, caused surprise and anxiety. In the thick of an engagement near Shaiba, on March 3rd 1915, a body of Arab horsemen surrounded Captain Wiloughby. With conspicuous bravery Risaldar Santa Singh, Dafadar Bisham Singh and Sowar Buda Singh, of the 33rd Queen Victorias Own Light Cavalry, charged the enemy in an attempt to rescue the officer.
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The Hyderabad Cavalry Contingent has a nominal total strength of some 2,200.  They are strictly speaking "corps under the orders of the Government of India", and recall - notably in the distinction of Central India - the loyal support rendered to the British Government during the Mutiny by the Nizam of Hyderabad.

The 5th Punjab Cavalry reached Kabul in 1880, and joined General Ross's column.  They were represented in the second engagement at Charasiah, and were subsequently employed in the Logar Valley and Maidan districts.  They fought under Colonel Vivian in the battle of 1st September 1880, at Kandahar, and greatly distinguished themselves, Lieutenant Baker and six others being wounded.

The 6th Bombay Cavalry date, according to the official list, from 1846.  The first of the regiment's distinctions relates to one of the most wearying but successful events in that war in Scinde, by which the robber chief Beja Khan, the "Scourge of the Indian Frontier", was compelled to tender absolute submission.  Also in the distinctions are Meanee, Hyderabad, Punjaub and Mooltan, ever associated with the name of Herbert Edwards.  At Goojerat they were with the cavalry before which fled the hopeless mass of fugitives, the wreck of the mighty army of the Sikhs.  Under their old commander, General Jacob, the 5th Bombay Cavalry took part in the Persian War, and subsequently rendered good service in the suppression of the Mutiny.  The Afghan campaign proved a fruitful harvest of honours for the Scinde Horse, though the regiment perhaps more than others identified with it - the 3rd Scinde Horse - is no longer to be found in the Army List.  At Baghas, Kandahar, Takht-i-pul, Khusk-i-Nakhud, Girishk, Maiwand, wherever cavalry could act, there we find recorded some gallant deed of the Scinde Horse, while the names of Reynolds, Currie, Malcolmson, Gordon and Monteith rise unbidden to the memory when we call to mind the gallant deeds done in that fierce and lengthy struggle.

The 7th Bombay Cavalry (Belooch Horse) date, as at present constituted, from 1885, and have not consequently had an opportunity of gaining any of the distinctions borne by the other cavalry regiments.  The origin and composition of the regiment, however, leave little room for doubt that, when occasion offers, they will be no whit behind in valour and endurance.

The 1st Bombay Lancers date from 1817.  They were amongst the earliest cavalry regiments of the Presidency, their particular designation of "Lancers" being of more recent date. Throughout the Afghan War - now intercepting convoys, now cutting off reliefs, now pursuing the foe scattered by the deadly rain of musket shot - we find the cavalry taking a prominent part.  When the Sikh war of 1845 occurred, with its teeming record of gallant actions, the 1st Bombay Lancers were amongst the troops engaged, and in numberless instances rendered most efficient service.  In the triumphs gained by Whish and Edwards throughout the campaign, and notably at Moultan, the regiment shared, though in some of the more prominent actions the cavalry were not very prominently engaged.  The last distinction on their standard commemorates their services during the Mutiny "in several trying campaigns, both within and without the borders of their Presidency", and the General Orders published by Sir Hugh Rose and others bear ample testimony to the sterling aid they rendered.

The Central Indian Horse was one of those magnificent bodies of irregular cavalry which the genius of individual Englishmen called into being at or shortly after the time of the rebellion.  Always associated with the Central Indian Horse must be the regiments raised by Beatson and Meade, and which, till their incorporation, were known by their names.  Beatson's Horse may almost be said to claim a connection of affinity with the Hyderabad Contingent, inasmuch as it was in the service of the Nizam of the latter state that Colonel Beatson showed his exceptional aptitude for organising cavalry.  In the first few years of their existence they numbered amongst their commanders the gallant Watson of Victoria Cross fame.  Later the Central India Horse were engaged in Afghanistan, distinguishing themselves at Charasiah.  Under Colonel Martin the 1st and 2nd Central Indian Horse reached Afghanistan in February 1880 and operated on the Khyber Line.  In the following May they were hotly engaged under General Doran against a large body of the enemy, in order to cross swords with whom they had to swim a swollen torrent.  With the loss of only three men they put hors de combat between twenty and thirty of their foes.  They reached Kanadahar by forced marches, and took a brilliant share in the battle.  Amongst those who particularly distinguished themselves may be mentioned Colonels Martin and Buller, Major College, and Lieutenants Chamberlain, Martin and Ravenshaw.  

The 2nd Bombay Lancers date from 1817.  After various services which, though important and invaluable, are yet unrecorded in the official distinctions, we find them, like their predecessors in notation, amongst the Imperial troops which crushed, we must hope for ever, the terrible Mutiny of 1857.  They have been engaged since then in the Afghan War of 1879- 80, in which they served in the Reserve Division of the Kandahar Field Force in the early part of 1880, and subsequently joined in the advance on that city and on the line of communication.

The 3rd Madras Light Cavalry date from 1784, when they were raised by Major Campbell out of the disbanded 1st, 2nd and 4th Regiments.  Subsequently for a short time they were known as the 1st Native Cavalry, and were allotted their present position by the Order of February, 1788.  When war broke out against Tippoo in May, 1790, the 3rd were in Colonel Floyd's Cavalry and had some sharp fighting in Ciombatore, at Cheyur, and Suttiamungalum.  Colonel Floyd "spoke very highly of the conduct of the troops, especially of that of the cavalry".  They took part in the gallant but ill-judged cavalry charge at Bangalore, where they had five killed and three wounded.  They also fought in the battle before Seringapatam and throughout the campaign on 1792, commanded by Major Stevenson.  In the Pindaree war they took part in the capture of Talyne, and in the numerous operations covered by the distinction "Mahidpore".  Since that time they have served in various places, notable in Burmah.
The 29th (the Duke of Connaught's Own) Bombay Infantry, or 2nd Belooch Regiment, date from 1846, and gained their first laurels in the Persian War, all the distinctions gained in which are emblazoned on their colours.  They were amongst the troops detailed to stay for awhile in Bushire.  They joined the army in Afghanistan in the autumn of 1878, and were attached to General Biddulph's Division.  They fought at Takht-i-pul and Khushk-i-Nakhud, at Khelat-i-Ghilzie and Shah Jui, and in August 1880, joined the army under Sir F Roberts and fought in the battle of Kandahar.  On the outbreak of the Egyptian War, the 2nd Beloochees were amongst the regiments warned for service, and eventually joined Sir H Macpherson's column, fighting in the first phase of the war, and distinguishing themselves at Tel-el-Kebir.  H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught is Hon Colonel of the regiment.

   The corps of Sappers and Miners (The Queen's Own) consist of eight companies, of an average strength of about a hundred and seventy of all ranks.  They represent two separate bodies - the Engineers and the Pioneers.  The former may be said to date from 1758, during the siege of Fort St George, and at the same time two new companies of Native Pioneers were formed.  The latter, however, seem to have been temporary, for in 1780 two new companies of Native Pioneers were formed.  These increased in strength, and in 1793 were consolidated into a corps.  Ten years later they had become sixteen companies and were formed into two battalions, and in 1831 the 1st battalion was "converted into a corps of Sappers and Miners, and transferred to the command of officers of the Engineers, continuing to bear on its colours and appointments the honorary distinction won as 'Pioneers' from the capture of Seringapatam in 1799 to the war in Ava, 1824-26.  The establishment was to consist of eight companies of eighty six non commissioned, rank and file, each.  The 2nd Battalion Pioneers was made over in a similar manner on the 1st February 1884."In 1876 the corps received the distinction of being styled "The Queen's Own", H.R.H. the Prince of Wales being at the same time appointed the Hon Colonel.  The Sappers an Miners in 1898 still wore the uniform of European pattern.  

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