TIPPOO SAIB

... be, however, ftill prefled on, till he wat Hopped, about half way through the arch of the gateway, the fire of the nth light infantry, from within, when he received a fecand hall clofe to the other; the horfe rode on being alfo wounded, funk under him ...

Published: Tuesday 04 February 1800
Newspaper: Chester Courant
County: Cheshire, England
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Tuesday Night's Mail

... the command of General Stuart, will . of infantry* viz. two 4th, two of the sth, three of jhe 9th, two the 17th, one the i'ftj two of the 35th, two of (he 47th, and two the The i6tb, ■Slid fome corps of light cavalry, it is alfo lYid, wi>l form a part ...

Published: Friday 21 March 1800
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 446 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

MANCHESTER, March 25

... extended upwards of mile) commenced in following order Royal Manchester iff Salford Light Horfe Royal and Fohihteer Infantry, Battalion of Manchejhr and Salford Volvjiteer Infantry. i/l Battalion of Mancbefer and Salfrit Tolui:. cr '•■ 4 ,: Infiutry. Two Trumpeters ...

Published: Tuesday 25 March 1800
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1454 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Sunday’s and Monday’s Posts

... were within ten yards of them they rufhed on, fabre hand, and nan niftant completely routed the firft line oi the French infantry. The day was ours for the moment; but the impetu- Oiman and his troops occafioned them to quit the nation alligned them as ...

Published: Tuesday 01 April 1800
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2508 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

Sunday Night's Pail

... ten yards ; oi them, they rushed on, sabre in hand, and in an 1 instint completely routed the first line of the French : infantry. The day was ours for the moment; but the , : rnpefuosity of o>inan A«;a and his troops occasioned ] them to quit the station ...

Published: Friday 04 April 1800
Newspaper: Chester Chronicle
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2824 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

ANCIENT BRITISH FENCIBLES

... purpofe being difbanded 1 pouting their ltandards. They were received upon their arrival, by the Wrexham Yeomanry and Ruahon Light Infantry, who offered their fervices keep the ground upon this occafion. The regiment being drawn up oppofite the houfe of their ...

Published: Tuesday 08 April 1800
Newspaper: Chester Courant
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 418 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

London, April 15

... the treaty between JRuffia and Portugal, the former, in tale tl.e latter is attacked, bound to furnilh her with a body of infantry l it being more than probable that the Britiffi government are correfliy informed the preient (late of affairs, it becomes ...

Published: Tuesday 22 April 1800
Newspaper: Chester Courant
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1095 | Page: 1 | Tags: none

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE

... of Orange was killed. The numerous redoubts of Settepanl were taken on die aid. General Ciif«rt, with a part the 7th light infantry, the grenadiers of the 34th, and the loth, favoured ny a thick fojr, irrounded the enemy, and took 1200 pnfoners of the ...

Wednesday’s & Thursday’s Posts

... St Domingo, with a mixed cargo of merchandize I have the further fat station inform their Lordfhips, hat yefterriay at day-light, had good fortune to tall the owing privateers, Le Brave guns 1$ guns, Le Hardi of guns and Le 16 guns. As a? they red an Eng'nfh ...

Published: Tuesday 27 May 1800
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Friday’s and Saturday’s Posts

... fallen back Vintimigl a The Prince Wales went the with 'he members of the Floufe ol Peers to the Addrefs the King. The light infantry battalion guard; had a grand field-day yeiicrday »n Hyde-park, before his Majefiy, the Prince of Wales, and Dukes Yoik ...

Published: Tuesday 27 May 1800
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1433 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

FRIDAY NIGHT'S POST

... fufpicion wtth a very fmall body troops, within five leagues of Cairo. His defeat was, 1 fear, a ferious one; though his infantry are have taken poffeffion of Cairo, while the French were ptirfuing the Tui kilh cavalry. His Highnefs has, hope, ere this ...

Published: Tuesday 03 June 1800
Newspaper: Chester Courant
County: Cheshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1398 | Page: 2 | Tags: none