of Wellington. In November 1815 he was one of the British commissioners appointed to take over the French fortresses for occupation by the allies.
In February 1816 Hoste returned to England, and for the next nine years was employed in the Medway and Thames military districts, after which he went on particular service to Canada in 1825, and to Ireland in 1828. On the accession of William IV in 1830, he was appointed gentleman usher of the privy chamber to Queen Adelaide. He served as commanding royal engineer of the eastern, western, and Woolwich military districts successively. He died at his residence, Mill Hill, Woolwich, on 21 April 1845, and was buried in Charlton churchyard, Kent, where a tomb marks the grave.
Hoste married, on 9 July 1812, Mary, only daughter of James Burkin Burroughes of Burlingham Hall, Norfolk, by whom he had issue four sons and two daughters.
[Royal Engineers' Records ; Despatches ; Ann. Register, 1845; European Mag. 1812; Gent. Mag. 1810 and 1815; Porter's Hist, of the Royal Engineers ; Royal Military Calendar, 1820 ; Burke's Baronetage; Army Lists ; Bunbury's Military Transactions in the Mediterranean, 1805-10 ; Sperling's Letters from the British Army in Holland, Belgium, and France ; Carmichael-Smyth's Wars in the Low Countries.]