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Report on the Battle of Tel-el-Kebir

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SUMMARY of the Killed, Wounded, and Missing in the action at Tel-el-Kebir on the 13th September 1882.

 
Corps. Killed. Wounded. Missing. Remarks.
Officers. N.C.O.
and
Men.
Officers. N.C.O.
and
Men.
Officers. N.C.O.
and
Men.
Staff, Army Corps     1        
[Staff] 1st Division     1        
2nd B[attalio]n Grenadier Guards   1 1 9      
2nd Bn. Coldstream Guards     1 7      
1st Bn. Scots Guards       4      
2nd Bn. Royal Irish Regiment 1 1 2 17      
Royal Marine Light Infantry 2 3 1 53      
2nd Bn. York and Lancaster       12      
1st Bn. Royal Irish Fusiliers   2   34   3  
19th Hussars     1        
2nd Bn. Duke of Cornwall's}
L[igh]t Inf[antry] }
    1 5      
Royal Artillery     2 17      
1st Bn. Royal Highlanders 2 7 6 37   4  
1st Bn. Gordon Highlanders 1 5 1 29   4  
1st Bn. Cameron Highlanders   13 3 45      
2nd Bn. Highland Light Infantry 3 14 5 52   11  
3rd Bn. King's Royal Rifles       20      
1st Bn. Seaforth Highlanders   1   3      
Native Troops   1   9      
Chaplains     1        
Total 9 48 27* 353   22  
GRAND TOTAL of Casualties, all ranks 459

* Lieutenant Park, Royal Highlanders, since dead.

 
 
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