Hely-Hutchinson is best known for taking over command of the army in Egypt in 1801 after the death of Sir Ralph Abercrombie at the battle of Alexandria. In the Irish Rebellion of 1798 he was also second in command at the battle of Castlebar under General Lake. He was educated at Eton, Magdalen College, Oxford, and Trinity College, Dublin.
1757 15th May. Born
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