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LONDON GAZETTE EXTRAORDINARY

... David M'lntyre B-* ,laieorThomnasLloyd (Liesatenant-Colonel). LiBht att. King's German Legion-Lieutenant George ytrnaweck Light Infantry-Lieutenant George Schartorns. PORTUGIUSEE OrFICERS aILLED. of the Line-Adjutant J. de Sousa Pereia Cana- 51?Fcaq~adnr ...

COURT MARTIAL ON COLONEL QUINTIN,

... in excellent working condition. I rememiser the'leading di- sat, vision of the centre squadron receiving a V0llay'froasa infantry,. bobh tile last time I saw Colonel Quintin, he was at the head of L. tole division wvhich I pawqed wfit! my division. Wh')en ...

EXECUTION OF ANDREW HARDIE AND JOHN BAIRD

... bitt lie earnestly in: ise hoped that they woslad. take ito part in their wicked wayR; ?? dbuonl the contrary, .make tlte light of t'-'eir .goodd ex- p r ample shine hefore~theni, 'that they, if possible, might be ?? b rotmglt to glorify their Heavenly ...

EXECUTIONS AT GLASGOW

... At Musselburgh, on the 51st ultimo. after a few days ill- ie ness, Mrs SUSANNAN SMALL, relict of Charles Spalding, Esq. late merchant in Edinburgh.- e At Mid-Calder, on the 27th ultinmo, Mr JAMES GOODSIR, sd urgeon. On the 51st bltisno, JouN AL3TON, Esq ...

POLICE

... September 1821. i- Yours of yesterday, intimating the appointment of Mr I in James Logan to be Inspector of the cleaning and lighting I le departments, I only received late last night. I an As expressive of my opinion upon this appointment, I I et herewith ...

COURTS-MARTIAL

... does accordingly sentence hii, the said Lieut. ol 1 MICartnev, to lose six months of his rank in fi is the army, anid in the 51st regiment o'toot, anl si 11 consequently to be placed lowver ii the- list of, C n, Lieutenants, so that his' future rank as ...

CIRCUIT INTELLIGENCE

... who attacked me. Cross-exaqsined-1 saw Sym assisting to hold me down, hile the others searched my pockets. The bridge was light. evi with gas; so that I could see distinctly. Robert Kelder, ?? I was calling one ?? I cleck I heard a cry fiom a neighbour ...

HIGH COURT OF JUSTICIARY

... large boiler at the kitchen fire, and threw it into the room through the chess of a window, witich gave the kitchen a borrowed light; it struck Mrs Dunlop on tile left side. Baird was coming into tie kitchen to quiet Paterson, when the later threw a I h'ashb ...

YORKSHIRE ASSIZES—July 19

... irregular in sine, therefia'e in weight;, nl No. I is rf a darker et~loir ; and on cutting into it, is !d less lilterspeleell wish light particles, andi ulirlgeliler lbst- d trc poldl.Idill not finld cory of Nol I withottt ,g any gamnboge. As a cheolist, I emr ...

PORTUGUESE PAPERS

... here by G-neral Stewart, fromn O- porto. ,ist of tfe rsgimsofs gone -w7ia, SIr Jofin AczeI friom Listsn Jor S/tain. IS1th light dragoons Sd lsoht iragoon; *2d foot, 1st battalion 5 'd fiot, 2d batt.lion eth litto' ditto ,1st ui- to Ist diatt 5tlh ditto ...

EXECUTION OF JAMES WILSON

... future happiness upon the Son of Got, who purchased our Sal salvation with his precious blood. 'bhe first five verses of tiI the 51st psalm were thell sung, and an impressive prayer It was made by Dr Dewar, who read some passages of scrip. be ture. The prisoner ...

COURT MARTIAL ON SIR JOHN MURRAY

... sent to Balaguer.?-A. Not that. 1 am aware of: the horses having been sent to Balaguer, the ema- barkation of the infantry would have been light work. fQ. Do you not know that we embarked horses all along the fbay of T'arragona, by means of stages fitted ...