[The London Gazette: Appointment of officers for the New South Wales Corps] [13-17 October 1789]

[Editor: The official announcement of the appointment of the officers for the New South Wales Corps, published in The London Gazette (13-17 October 1789).]

War-Office, October 16, 1789.

A CORPS of FOOT for NEW SOUTH WALES.

Major Francis Grosse, from the Half-Pay of the late 96th Regiment, is appointed to be Major Commandant.
First Lieutenant Nicholas Nepean, from the Marines, to be Captain of a Company.
Lieutenant William Hill, from the 6th Regiment of Foot, to be Captain of a Company.
Lieutenant William Paterson, from the 73d Regiment, to be Captain of a Company.
Ensign John M‘Arthur, from the 68th Regiment, to be Lieutenant.
Ensign Michael Stovin Fenwicke, from the 22d Regiment, to be Lieutenant.
Ensign Joseph Foveaux, from the 60th Regiment, to be Lieutenant.
Ensign George Richard Marton, from the 22d Regiment, to be Lieutenant.
Quarter-Master William Duberly to be Ensign.
John Thomas Prentice, Gent. to be Ensign.
Francis Kirby, Gent. to be Ensign.
C. De Catterel, Gent. to be Enfign.
John Bain, Clerk, to be Chaplain.
Thomas Rowley, Gent. to be Adjutant.
William Duberly, Gent. to be Quarter-Master.
Surgeon’s Mate James Macualey, from the 33d Regiment, to be Surgeon.



Source:
The London Gazette (London, UK), number 13140, 13 to 17 October 1789 [“From Tuesday October 13, to Saturday October 17, 1789”], pages 653-654

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