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1839: ‘On the Decomposition of Metallic Iron in Salt Water and of its Reconstruction in a Mineral Form.’ Vol. iv. 1840: ‘On lodging Troops in Fortresses at their Alarm Posts.’ Vol. x. 1849: ‘Properties in Cultivation in St. Lucia.’

[Despatches; War Office Records; Colonial Office Records; Private Correspondence; Royal Engineers' Records; Memoir, by Major-General John Henry Lefroy [q. v.], in the Proc. of the Royal Society of London for 30 Nov. 1858, vol. ix.; Porter's Hist. of the Corps of Royal Engineers, 1889; United Service Gazette, 6 Nov. 1858 and 8 Dec. 1860; Dod's Annual Register, 1858; Times (London), 6 Nov. 1858 and 7 March 1860; Gent. Mag. 1818, vol. lxxxviii.; Wrottesley's Life and Correspondence of Field-Marshal Sir John Burgoyne, 1873; Fifty Years of Public Work, by Sir Henry Cole; Article entitled ‘The Good Governor’ in Household Words, No. 23, 31 Aug. 1850, by Charles Dickens; Times, London, November 1858; United Service Gazette, 6 Nov. 1858 and 8 Dec. 1860; Malta Times, 27 April 1858; Histoire de la Guerre de la Péninsule, par Foy, 1827; Jones's War in Spain, Portugal, and South of France, 1821; Napier's Hist. of the Peninsular War, 1828; Winds and their Courses, with an Examination of the Circular Theory of Storms as propounded by Sir W. Reid, by G. Jinman, 1861.]

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REIDFURD, Lord. [See Foulis, James, 1645?–1711, Scottish judge.]