[Major-General Francis Gilbert Hamley.] Printed 'Testimonials in support of an application made by Captain Hamley, Army Pay Department, for the appointment of Colonial Secretary, Bermuda.

Major-General Francis Gilbert Hamley (1851-1918), Army Pay Department [Lieut-Gen. T.L. Gallwey; Lieut-Col. De Pentheny O'Kelley, Sir Robert Laffan; Lieut-Col. W. F. Kerr, the Buffs, Dover; R. H. Knox]
Publication details: 
[London. 1889.]
SKU: 16046

3pp., 12mo. Bifolium. In fair condition, on lightly-aged paper, with crease at one corner. In small type. Containing six testimonials, dating between 1883 and 1889, from: Lieut-Gen. T. L. Gallwey, Governor & Commander-in-Chief, Bermuda; Lieut-Col. De Pentheny O'Kelley, A.P.D.; Emma Laffan ('Lady Laffan, widow of the late Sir Robert Laffan, late Governor and Commander-in-Chief, Bermuda'); Lieut-Col. W. F. Kerr ('Commanding "The Buffs," Dover'); R. H. Knox ('the Financial Secretary'); H. W. Just, Private Secretary to the Secretary of State for the Colonies. Note at end: 'MEMO. | Other Testimonials (about 15 in number), being the Annual Reports of the Officers under whom I have served, are now in the possession of the Accountant General of the Army, War Office. No other copy traced, either on OCLC WorldCat, or on COPAC. Hamley's entry in Who Was Who reads: 'HAMLEY, Col Francis Gilbert. CMG 1900. Born 1 Feb. 1851; s of Gen. Hamley, CB; m 1878, Grace (d 1916); died 14 Sept. 1918. Army Pay Department. Education: St John's College, Auckland, New Zealand. Career: Royal Cornwall Rangers (Militia), 1872-73; Control Department, 1873; Army Pay Department, 1878. Decorated for South Africa'.