Duleek , Oclootr 22, AT a numerous Meeting the Light Infantry Corps «f Volunteers of the Barony of DULEEK KK,

... Duleek , Oclootr 22, AT a numerous Meeting the Light Infantry Corps «f Volunteers of the Barony of DULEEK KK, the- folloaing Rcfolutions were uuanimoufly entered info Refolved, That the of faid Corps be prefented tn our worthy Captain Thomas Trotter ...

Published: Saturday 28 October 1780
Newspaper: Dublin Evening Post
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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SDA V, March 2 ~ 9 in!t. on which Jay the atuck on (hore (mentioned in the light infantry, the

... captain Peter Campbell, a gallant officer of firft divifion of the troops, confiding of all the light! Skinner’s light infantry, and two privates, killed; one infantry of the army, the New York volunteers, and ferjeant, and 9 privates, wounded 1 of the enemy ...

Published: Tuesday 02 March 1779
Newspaper: Saunders's News-Letter
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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entrenchment* with «! infantry and .5 regimcntSyof cavatrf* The army ih& for this attack, confidirigof regun ..

... entrenchment* with «! infantry and .5 regimcntSyof cavatrf* The army ih& for this attack, confidirigof regun batUliMit, fomc light infantryj and ftjuadronJ rtwJry. takefl partly from the garrifaa of Mayence, jjaib divifions; one, IS ‘and tihder Gen. New ...

Published: Saturday 14 November 1795
Newspaper: The Ipswich Journal
County: Suffolk, England
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Kti.im tf :i; rilkJ, th difcu*: Skirnifitti fro* Ckt 4M to tht ithtf Dtcemhtr, 17.77. Ift Battalion of Light ..

... Kti.im tf :i; rilkJ, th difcu*: Skirnifitti fro* Ckt 4M to tht ithtf Dtcemhtr, 17.77. Ift Battalion of Light Infantry. 1 Lieutraant, « Serjeant :, 11 Rank and Kile, killed Lleutenanti, 1 Serjeant, ij Rank and File, wounded ; 1 Rank and Kile milling. Guard* ...

order, and made a noble appeawmee. A battalion of the light infantry arrived at Offend on the fame day, where

... order, and made a noble appeawmee. A battalion of the light infantry arrived at Offend on the fame day, where they remain with the 37th regiment and emigrant legion. Orders have been lent down to Woolwich, to get ready immediately fixty 24-pounders, and ...

Published: Wednesday 31 July 1793
Newspaper: Bury and Norwich Post
County: Suffolk, England
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ENGLISH HOUSE COMMONS. ThurCluy, So-vcvbtr a. LORD Barrington that the Force (ion confided of Regiments ..

... ENGLISH HOUSE COMMONS. ThurCluy, So-vcvbtr a. LORD Barrington that the Force (ion confided of Regiments infantry, and Regiment Light llorlc; that the Men, including Sick and Wounded, amounted 5900, befidcs fame fmall (erving Detachments. Mr. Bailer carrccicd ...

T HAMPSHIRE CHRON I C L E. SOUTHAMPTON. Saturday, Juue 2. On Sunday morning last the volunteer light infantry went

... T HAMPSHIRE CHRON I C L E. SOUTHAMPTON. Saturday, Juue 2. On Sunday morning last the volunteer light infantry went to All-Saints church, where an excellent sermon was preached, suitable to the occasion, by the Rev. Dr. Mant. The text was taken from the ...

Published: Saturday 02 June 1798
Newspaper: Hampshire Chronicle
County: Hampshire, England
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fptrit, there being nothing but fnlHtia Oppofed to the light infantry, the aftion was Toon over the right, but ..

... fptrit, there being nothing but fnlHtia Oppofed to the light infantry, the aftion was Toon over the right, but Lieut. Col. Dundas’s brigade, Confifling of the 43d, 76th, and regiments, which the left wing, meeting the Pennfylvania line, detachment of ...

SIK. G'uti*r, July 2, nk-dirrcc M your command:, inarched eipht evening from the ' with the .of* light infantry ..

... SIK. G'uti*r, July 2, nk-dirrcc M your command:, inarched eipht evening from the ' with the .of* light infantry, commanded by Lieutenant Col. Gomm, the ad commanded by Major Rofs, the battalion grenadiers, commanded by Lieutenant-Col. F-fher, and the ...

Published: Monday 25 August 1794
Newspaper: Reading Mercury
County: Berkshire, England
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r.ii Purpose, I hid ordered the Regiments Amheifl, Tmvnlhtnd, Lalcelles, AnlliutUer, and Highlanders, With the ..

... Purpose, I hid ordered the Regiments Amheifl, Tmvnlhtnd, Lalcelles, AnlliutUer, and Highlanders, With the i Grenadiers and Light Infantry under Arms, but was informed Lieutenant of my Battalion (whom I fent out to ainufe the Enemy with hull Sallies) that their ...

Published: Saturday 05 July 1760
Newspaper: Newcastle Courant
County: Northumberland, England
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[Copy of a Utter from officer in Col. Scot's light infantry, £flartiuico Feb. 10. a S foon as we were

... [Copy of a Utter from officer in Col. Scot's light infantry, £flartiuico Feb. 10. a S foon as we were all fafely difimbarked at Cas Navire, our engineers were immediately let to work in railing batteries. For this purpofe all the cannon, and other warlike ...

Published: Monday 01 March 1762
Newspaper: The Scots Magazine
County: Midlothian, Scotland
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