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1800 - 1849
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Banff, Banffshire, Scotland

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II thus alludes to the dispute in Scotland:—

... very great change either in materials, or form of dresses, the late wet weather having cause*! most of our elegant * to adopt light silk*, similar to the Italian ones; the bodies of most of these dresses are made perfectly high, the sleeves dcmi-larg* s, ...

TIONAKV PROJECTS

... defile in which take them. In the vocabulary of drilling there is no such phrase Infantry,—prepare for windowpots, brickbats, logs of wood, chimney-pieces, hear furniture, light pokers, &c.;' and these thrown vertically on the beads of column bclcw, from ...

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... Jeffrey, slightly. hth Native Infantry—Killed, lieutenant K Cox. Wounded. Major G. dangerously: Ensign G. H. Griffiths severely. 31st Keginu-ot Native Infanlry—Wounded, Lieutenant T. C. Duneß. severely. Uegiment Native Infantry—Wonmlcd. Captain H. Jamieson ...

I r r l,i n S

... preparation* fur any emergency that might arise, an*! hud stationed in the town a troop the 13th Light Dragoons, two companies of the 13th Light Infantry, ami a sub-inspector, head constable, and 30 police from the county Dublin. The Orangemen bad originally ...

FOUTV LIVES LOST

... of the Tarn. A corroborative p the identity of the man spoken of with . was afforded the deposition ofHtru'c;w.t 21st Light Infantry, glared hat [rived to jet out uf 0.. v tlic 17tli, nwT lo girU. When lie knot-keel, on* Of th«n that lie could not enter ...

CHEAT SNOW STORM

... Admiralty may make regulations respecting the exhibition of lights. Vessels within twenty miles of the coast exhibit lights night, and no compensation lie awarded to vessels not exhibiting lights at night. Before the 30th of April and the of October in each ...

ARMY AXn NAVY f,.1..ml JU.n R

... barracks of berKajesty's 17th, and was found to answer perfectly, although, from the quantity of paper about the bull in the infantry cartridge, it required greater fore* to drive it home.” . , . Homl Artillery. —Forty-two fine roung men arrived Woolwich ...

THE QUEEN IRELAND. Di ur.tx, Friday Night. Tliis day her Majesty honoured the Duke Leinster with visit Carton. ..

... France. Letters from Toulon announce the arrival there ; of the 44th Legimcnt of the Line from Algeria. The sth Regiment Light Infantry was every day expected from the same quarter. Letters from Grenoble announce that the division the army of the Alps commenced ...

MR COBDEN’S FINANCIAL SCHEME

... chloroform, or a moderate use of some more ordinary stimulus. The sky becomes brighter and die vision more intense, the foot trips light and gravitation relaxes its bonds ; dilliculties vanish, perplexities receive sudden solution, terrors become mockeries, and ...

AmUTVAL AT K INC STOW.V

... ” when purely Englished), and words of greeting suspended in mid air—a glittering line Riflemen, Royals. Highlanders, Light Infantry, Heavy Dragoons, and Hussars lining those long miles streets—a conglomerate mass of human creatures, wedged in by their ...

F R A N C K

... Icmocßitic and Social Republic, with the right life and death over every French citizen. Boichot, sergeant-major of the light infantry, Minister of War. Dcville. cx-noinry. Minister Expcditivc Justice. journeyman mason, Minister of Public Works. Felix Pyat ...

ZICRTIXO AT ADERDEFX

... howitzer guns, which kept up destructive fire for considerable time on the right of the line. He commanded company in the light battalion under Sir James Kempt, on the expeditiou to Naples in 1806. In 1810, lie landed in Sicily, in command of five companies ...