The Trial of Captain Edward Dale: Of the Northumberland Regiment of Militia, by a General Court Martial, Held at Norman Cross, in the County of Huntingdon, in the Month of May, 1810

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D. Akenhead and Sons, 1811 - Courts-martial and courts of inquiry - 86 pages

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Page 12 - All crimes not capital, and all disorders and neglects, which officers and soldiers may be guilty of, to the prejudice of good order and military discipline, though not mentioned in the foregoing articles of war, are to be taken cognizance of by a general, or a regimental, garrison, or field officers' court-martial, according to the nature and degree of the offense, and punished at the discretion of such court.
Page 85 - Upon which charges the Court came to the following decision :—
Page 11 - Every officer who shall be convicted before a court-martial of having embezzled or misapplied any money with which he may have been intrusted, for the payment of the men under his command, or for enlisting men into the service, or for other purposes, if a commissioned officer, shall be cashiered, and compelled to refund the money; if a non-commissioned officer, shall be reduced to the ranks, be put under stoppages until the money be made good, and suffer such corporeal...
Page 11 - And be it further Enacted, That if any Pay-Master, Agent, or Clerk of any Regiment, Troop, or Company, shall Detain or Withhold, by the space of One Month, the Pay of any Officer or Soldier (Cloathes and all other just Allowances being Deducted) after such Pay shall be by him or them Received, or if any Officer having received their Soldiers...
Page 12 - Soldier their respective Pay when it shall become due, according to the several Rates established by his Majesty's Orders, then upon Proof thereof before a Court-martial as aforesaid, to be for that Purpose duly held and summoned, every such Paymaster, Agent, Clerk, or Officer so offending, shall be discharged from his Employment, and shall forfeit to the Informer, upon Conviction before the said Court, One hundred Pounds, to be levied as aforesaid; and...
Page 11 - Company, shall unlawfully detain or withhold, for the Space of One Month, the Pay of any Officer or Soldier (Clothes and all other just Allowances being deducted,) after such Pay shall be by him or them received ; or if any Officers, having received their Soldiers...
Page 85 - I have had the honour of laying before the King the proceedings of a General Court Martial held at...
Page 11 - Soldiers under his command, against the 4th Article of the 13th Section of the Articles of War; and also against the second Article of the 23d Section of the said Articles of War.
Page 1 - Proceedings of a general Court Martial, held by order of Major General...
Page 44 - Morrison, prior to this date, requesting payment of the marching allowance ; and I have not the slightest doubt, in my own mind, (and...

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