89th (The Princess Victoria's) Regiment of Foot
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United Kingdom
1793.12.03 89th Regiment of Foot
1866.05.22 89th (The Princess Victoria's) Regiment of Foot
(named for Queen Victoria upon presentation of Colours in commemoration of having presented a stand 33 years earlier as Princess Victoria)
1881.07.01 amalgamated with 87th Foot to form The Royal Irish Fusiliers

BATTLE HONOURS LINKS ARE INOPERATIVE

[Egypt]1, Java, [Niagara]2, Ava, Sevastopol 1. The Sphinx badge superscribed "Egypt". 2. awarded 1815 to 2nd Bn which disbanded 1816; re-awarded 1831 to regiment.
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Uniform: Highland jacket: scarlet, collar and cuffs: buff, lacings: white
1793.12.03 Maj-Gen. William Crosbie [also 22nd Foot]
1795.12.23 Lt-Gen. Andrew Gordon [also 26th Foot, 59th Foot]
1797.03.02 Lt-Gen Henry Bowyer [also 16th Foot]
1797.12.22 Gen. Alexander Ross [also 59th Foot]
1801.03.28 Gen. James Ogilvie [also 32nd Foot]
1802.09.04 Gen. Sir Eyre Coote, GCB, KC [also 34th Foot, 62nd Foot]
1806.05.26 Lt-Gen. John Whitelock
1808.03.25 Gen. Albemarle (Bertie), 9th Earl of Lindsey [also 9th Foot, 77th Foot, 81st Foot]
1818.09.21 Gen. Sir George Beckwith, GCB
1823.03.24 Gen. Sir Robert Macfarlane, KCB, GCH [also 32nd Foot]
1837.09.26 Gen. Sir Charles Bulkeley Egerton, GCMG, KCH
1857.07.09 Gen. Charles George James Arbuthnot [also 72nd Foot, 91st Foot]
1864.07.09 Gen. Charles Gascoyne [also 72nd Foot]
1870.10.22 Lt-Gen. Sir John Garvock, GCB [also 10th Foot]
1874.02.20 Maj-Gen. Caledon Richard Egerton
1874.05.28 Lt-Gen. Lord Henry Hugh Manvers Percy, VC, KCB [did not continue with Royal Irish Fusiliers]
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Nicknames: Blarney's Blood-hounds, The Rollickers
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Marches: Garry Owen, Barrosa
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