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Medical Officers of the Malta Garrison
Camilleri Giuseppe

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Assistant Surgeon Giuseppe Camilleri

Service Record — Giuseppe Camilleri

Malta 26 Aug 1801 Assistant surgeon Maltese Light Infantry.
Succeeded Assistant Surgeon Fabri Giuseppe.

The Maltese Light Infantry were placed under the temporary command of Capt James Weir Royal Marines. On 9 June 1800, Brigadier-General Moncrieff was offered, and accepted the command of the Maltese Regiment on his arrival at Malta. The establishment was first fixed at eight companies of 100 men each who were enlisted for two years. Moncrieff had no power to appoint officers, other with the exception of the assistant surgeon. Giuseppe Fabri was the assistant surgeon before becoming ensign in 1801, when he was succeeded by Mr Giuseppe Camilleri as medical assistant to the Maltese Corps.

Malta Jan–Nov 1802 Surgeon Maltese Light Infantry.

Malta 6 Nov 1802 Surgeon Maltese Provincial Battalion.

Malta Jan-July 1803 Assistant Surgeon Maltese Light Infantry.

Malta Aug 1803 Medico (Assistant Surgeon) 1st/Maltese Provincials, located at Fort Manoel.

Malta 1804 On duty with 1st/Maltese Provincials.

Malta Jan–Apr 1805 Assistant Surgeon 1st/Maltese Provincials.

Malta 16 Apr 1805 Assistant Surgeon Royal Regiment of Malta.

"I have the Secretary at War direction to refer for your favourable consideration an extract of a letter from General Villettes to Dr Colsosoon relative to Hospital Mate Banks and Surgeon G Camilleri of the Provincial Battalion, being recommended as assistant surgeon to the Royal Regiment of Malta".1

12 Aug 1805 Moore to Gordon War Office letter dated 12 Aug 1805: "The letter from Major-General W. A. Villettes relative the appointment of Hospital Mate Clement Bancks and Mr Camilleri G as assistant surgeons to the Royal Regiment of Malta, having been referred to the Army Medical Department, I have the Secretary-at-War direction to transmit for the information of HRH The Commander-in-Chief the enclosed letter from the Surgeon General stating that there are no objections on his part to the appointment in question taking place, Mr G Camilleri, of the Provincial Battalion, being the second assistant surgeon".

Malta June 1806 No longer Assistant Surgeon RRM. In June 1806 became Assistant Surgeon Maltese Provincials.

Malta 1807 Assistant Surgeon Maltese Provincials.

Malta 1808 Assistant Surgeon Maltese Provincials.

Malta 1809 Assistant Surgeon Maltese Provincials.

Malta 1810 Assistant Surgeon Maltese Provincials.

Malta 1811 Assistant Surgeon Maltese Provincials.

Malta 1812 Assistant Surgeon Maltese Provincials.

Malta 1813 Assistant Surgeon Maltese Provincials.

Malta 1814 Assistant Surgeon Maltese Provincials.

Malta 25 Feb 1815 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment on disbandment of the Provincials. The daily rate of pay for a surgeon of the Provincials was 8 shillings (General Order 28 Feb 1815).

Malta 1816 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Letter dated 9 Jan 1816: Assistant Surgeon Camilleri having claimed the continuance of his half pay as assistant surgeon in the late Royal Regiment of Malta, notwithstanding he holds the like situation in the Royal Malta Fencibles, I have the honour by the Secretary-at-war direction to request you will state for his information whether Earl Bathurst considers the Royal Malta Fencibles to be such a corps as would bring the case of the above officer within the restrictions of the 32 clause of the appropriation Act 55 George 3 Chap 18.

Malta 1817 On 31 January 1817, the establishment of the RMFR was reduced to one surgeon. The assistant surgeons were discharged. They were granted a retirement allowance of 18 months full pay at their daily rate of pay of 5s 6d. The pay of Surgeon Giuseppe Camilleri was 8 shillings a day.

Malta 1818 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1819 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1820 In October 1820, when the period of service of most of the non commissioned officers and men had expired, the pay of the surgeon was reduced to 6 shillings 8 pence a day.

Malta 1821 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1822 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1823 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1824 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta May 1825 In 1825, the strength of the regiment was increased to six companies of 77 rank and file. The increased establishment included an assistant surgeon.

Malta 1826 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment on a daily rate of pay of 7 shillings.

Malta 1827 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1828 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1829 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1830 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1831 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1832 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1833 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1834 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1835 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1836 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

Malta 1837 Surgeon Royal Malta Fencible Regiment.

9 June–11 Oct 1837 Cholera epidemic in Malta.

Malta 3 Aug 1838 Retired on half-pay of 5 shillings a day, being invalided by a Medical Board.

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