This was published in The Western Mail 18 July 1879:
The Charge against a Sergeant of the 60th Rifles
Mr Cavendish Bentinck said, in a reply to Mr Price, that Sergeant Duckaty, of the 60th Rifles, was tried by the Court Martial in South Africa for misbehaviour before the enemy, and sent home. The sentence was referred to him a Judge Advocate General, and he came to the decision that the evidence did not warrant the findings, and on his report to the Horse Guards the Sergeant was directed to return to his duties at the Depot.
I wonder what he was accused of doing and what misbehaviour he got up to?