|Volume 2, page 20, sitting number 1380.
According to his obituary in the Times (19 January 1866), ‘General Sir James Frederick Love, G.C.B., K.H., who died on the 13th inst., entered the army in 1804. He accompanied the 52nd Regiment in the expedition to Sweden under Sir John Moore, and afterwards served in Portugal and Spain, including the battle of Coruna, and subsequently in the Peninsula, with the Light Division, in all the battles up to 1812. He was also present at the bombardment of Antwerp and other affairs under Lord Lynedoch in Holland, and was afterwards before New Orleans, where he was wounded. He served in the campaign of 1815, and received four severe wounds at Waterloo while the 52nd charged the French Imperial Guard. In rewad of these services he received the war medal with four clasps. Sir Frederick Love held an important command in Canada during the rebellion, and continued to hold high command up to the year 1861. He was created a Grand Cross of the Bath in 1865.’
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