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| Commanding the British Force*. Col. Nathaniel W. Barnnrdiston, ! M.V.0.. was appointed to the command of the forces in North China, with headquarters at Tientsin, on May 1 last, and holds the temporary rank of brigadier-general. Previously to going to the Far East, and since ll)lu, he served on the General Stall'

at Army Headquarters. He is the eldest son and heir of Col. Nathaniel i!aniar'!i>coii, of Sudbury, Suffolk, and Lade Florence daughter of the fourth Earl of Dartmouth. In ISO-.' he inaniod the daughter of the late Hon. !>. K. Floyd-Jones, of Island, F.S.A., sometime of State and Lieutenant-Governor of New York. Dunnr; South African War bo was at first second-in-command, and from September to November, 1!.)(') i, in command of the '2nd Middlesex Re-'iment, recoivinv: the Queen's medal, with four clasps. In IDOL' Col. Rarnardistoii was appointed military attache at Brussels and TIIO LLmue, ami to the Scandinavian Courts, 1904 ; and was second in command oF the Royal Military College. Sandhurst, from lfiOfi-10. Me possesses the Coronation medals of 1902 and 11)11 and the eommandcrships of the fmciiiit orders of the Osmanieli, Danitt'hrn.'r, Suonl, Leopold, and Sr. Olaf. He received the M.Y.O. in H'lil.

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BRIC.-GEN. N. W. BARNARDISTON, M.V.O., Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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BRIC.-GEN. N. W. BARNARDISTON, M.V.O. Issue 15647, 11 November 1914

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