Lt Col Robert Terry Town Adjutant
The average strength of the garrison was 2,186 men.
Children of Lt Col Robert Terry Town Adjutant of Malta:
Birth of Selina Georgina Hastings Terry on 12 Nov 1839, to Lt Col Robert Terry and Eliza Thervould. The child was baptised on 21 Jan 1840 by the Rev John Thomas Howe Le Mesurier.
Birth of Alexandrina Adelaide Terry on 22 Oct 1841. The child was baptised on 21 April 1842 by the Rev John Thomas Howe Le Mesurier.
Birth of Alfred Terry on 3 Dec 1842. The child was baptised on 15 Dec 1842 by the Rev John Thomas Howe Le Mesurier.
7 Sep 1839 Francis Ady born on 21 July 1839, son of Sgt Joseph Ady and his wife Maria, was baptized at Gozo.
On 10 July 1839, the Governor, Sir Henry Bouverie (1836-1843), made a recommendation to the Secretary of State for the University of London to recognise the medical degree of the University of Malta.
On 15 Aug, the Senate of the University of London replied that candidates would only be admitted for the First Examination for the degree of Bachelor of Medicine, once they had passed the Matriculation Examination of the University of London.
The register of post mortem examinations carried by John Liddell (1794–1868) at the Royal Naval Hospital Malta from 1828 to 1839, appeared in the Malta Government Gazette on 27 Aug 1834.
The register, kept in a pharmacist's ledger, had its first entry on 16 Jan 1829. It had regular entries until 6 May 1838. In an entry dated 5 Jan 1832, Liddell refers to the new hospital at Bighi. This was the first time the naval hospital in Malta was mentioned. The date of this entry was nine months before the hospital had been completed on 24 Sept 1832.
In 1855, Liddell was succeeded by Sir William Burnett as Medical Director General. Burnett held the post until 1864.