He took part in several engagements, was mentioned in despatches, and received the C.B.
For his services during this campaign he received the distinction of C.B.
They had given C.B. the precedence over the civilian of twenty years' standing, but had been silent about their wives!
For these services he was mentioned in despatches, promoted to Captain, and made a C.B.
In 1887 he was appointed a civil service commissioner, being first commissioner in 1892, and being made a C.B.
What a phenomenon would a British private be with the riband of the C.B. on his breast!
I am not ambitious, but what easily earned C.B.'s and Majorities there are in some cases!