Certificate of the Cause of Discharge.
||THAT in consequence of the loss
of his front Teeth, he is rendered incapable of performing the
duty of a Trumpeter, he is also subject to pain of the chest,
since exposed to wet & cold in service in France in 1815.
R A Chermside
M D Surgeon
|4th. Certificate of not being disqualified for Pension.
||THAT he is not, to my knowledge,
incapacitated by the Sentence of a General Court Martial, from
|5th. Certificate of Character, &c.&c.&c.
||THAT his General Conduct
as a Soldier has been good Served in the
Campaigns in 1808. 9. 13. 14 & 15. - I beg to recommend
him for your consideration.
|6th. Certificate of the Settlement of all Demands.
||THAT he has received all just Demands
of Pay, Clothing, &c. from his Entry into the Service to
the date of this Discharge, as appears by his Receipt underneath.
|7th. Acknowledgement of the Receipt of all Demands.
||I William Affleck do
hereby acknowledge that I have received all my Clothing, Pay,
Arrears of Pay, and all just Demands whatsoever, from the time
of my Entry into the Service to the date of this Discharge.
by V[alentine] Jones Capt[ain]
|William Affleck Trum[pete]r
Certificate of Description.
|TO prevent any improper use being made
of this Discharge, by its falling into other Hands, the following
is a Description of the said William Affleck He
is about thirty seven Years of Age, is five
Feet 9 1/4 Inches in height, black
Hair, black Eyes, black Complexion
and by Trade or Occupation a Labourer
|Given under my Hand, and the Seal
of the Regiment at Radipole B[arrac]ks this
30th Day of Nov[embe]r 1818.
|Signature of the Commanding Officer
G. Quintin Acting Colonel Lieutenant Colonel
|Horse Guards 16th Feb[ruar]y
1819, confirmed by [illegible