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The four now companies were commanded
respectively by Sir Abraham Shipman, Kt.,
who had been appointed Governor of
Bombay ; Col. John Hungerford ; Capt.
1759, 6–“Fair-copy"-First Duke of Gordon's Birth, 7. two sergeants, three corporals, two drummers
son Clan, 7-Romans at York-Goldsborough Family of dated London, Feb., 1661 [1661/2],” and
headed “ Monies disburst for his Majties
captains rocoivod 1001. for lovying one
Place, 24" Lady Charlotte Gordon "_" Pro- hundred men. John Shipman's company
was mustered on 2 Feb., 1661/2, when it
Tilsit: Colin A. Mackenzie, 11- Dickens and the Lamp. the second muster, on 7 March following,
received advance pay up to 6_April, when
borough's floot for Bombay. From Sir A.
Shipman's well-kept accounts it appears
that he, as Governor and Commander-in-
ford got 128. diem* ; while the other
date of 6 April, 1662, Sir A. Shipman gives
this entry :-
were Liout. John Cole and Ensign
works out at 128. per diem. This officer probably
acted as lieutenant-colonel of the British garrison.
He was third son of Sir Anthony Hungerford, by a
besieged and taken in September, 1645.