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
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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

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
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LONDON, June 17

... Majefty was announced a royal and the of the royal ftandard on the N. E. turret of the houfe. * The volunteers, yeomanry and infantry, with the Herts regiment militia their left, of vvhich the noble Marquis is colonel, were formed a line on a piece of ground ...

Published: Tuesday 24 June 1800
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1761 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

Wednesday’s & Thursday’s Posts

... them in the pofts of danger. Six Engl.fh legiments to this 1 day wear the word fonic part their drefs .1 Elliot's light horfe now the 15th light dragoons, took two regiments French prisoners. Here were Br,ooc French to 30,00 c of the Allies The battle of ...

Published: Tuesday 09 September 1800
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Friday's and Saturday's Posts

... Hungary the general levy which is now to be carried into effeCt, meets with the public approbation ; ,2j,0.c infantry, and 20 fquadrons light cavalry will immediately be formed. Yefterday morning Faris papers to the 28'h arrived, and laft night we received ...

Published: Tuesday 07 October 1800
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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MANCHESTER, Oct. 21

... cavalry and infantry —He the higheft fatisfactfon on (he military appearance, and execdent ftate of difcipline all thele corps Major-Gemral Nicholls, yefterday (Monday) reviewed the olunteer Corps of this town, viz. the Manchefter & Salford Light Horfe Volunteers ...

Published: Tuesday 21 October 1800
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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Wednesday's & Thursday's Posts

... honours war : viz. drums beating, colours Hying, preceded two four-pounders, with lighted matches, with their tumbrels; the artillery to them, and tumbrels for ;the infantry The officers the marine, as well civil military ; the and all perfoiu belonging ...

Published: Tuesday 21 October 1800
Newspaper: Manchester Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
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WEDNESDAY'S MAIL. LOZDOX, Monday, June 15. Journals the 11th infl. came to hand Saturday,—in the AJjrutJur of ..

... pleating conjecture have jud mentioned. In the mean time, however, obfervablc, that the Manifedo the Confulaie is not viewed in light altogether favourable to I’cace the people of France. Since the publication of (hat Paper, the French funds have confiderably ...

Published: Saturday 20 June 1801
Newspaper: Lancaster Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
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fl * of his fcrvices. General Oakes was much recovered. Sir Sidney Smith's wound is in the arm, near the

... the and battalions of the 20th ; the Silt, 3(jth, and 82d regiments the battalion of light infantry, ' under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel Rofs, compofed of the light companies , the above regiments, and that of the An- cient lri(h Fencibles, and Captain ...

Published: Saturday 20 June 1801
Newspaper: Lancaster Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
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Speech ;

... Wcllminfler, was thrown into much confufion, during the thunder-florxn; the wind drove the rain with fuch violence againllthe iky-light, that it broke the glafs; and torrent of rain defeending on the wigs and cravats of the Counfel, they inftantly forfook their ...

Published: Saturday 11 July 1801
Newspaper: Lancaster Gazette
County: Lancashire, England
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