Assistant Military Secretary to General Sir George Buller, “a man thoroughly honourable and amiable, and a universal favourite. He ended his life as General Leicester Smyth, having changed his name, and at one time commanded the forces at the Cape of Good Hope” (Wolff, Henry Drummond. Rambling Recollections. London: Macmillan and Co., 1908, vol. 1, 292).

12.i.58, 13.i.58, 6.ii.58, 17.ii.58, 25.ii.58, 4.iii.58, 6.iii.58, 7.iii.58, 8.viii.58.