THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON

... belonging to Winchester Cathedral (under the direction of Dr. Charo), accompsnied the excellent band of the 51st regiment of light infantry , which was stationed at the bottom of the room. The Marquis Buckingham, who presided, discharged' the duties ...

Published: Monday 12 March 1821
Newspaper: Hampshire Chronicle
County: Hampshire, England
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at Chant Prince

... are marched eight or ten miles, in different directions from their quarters, every week, in marching order. Tne 51st Regiment of Light Infantry has received Yesterday, the KING attended Divine Service at I orders to march from Chichester and Brighton, for ...

Published: Monday 31 July 1820
Newspaper: Star (London)
County: London, England
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LONDON—JULY 51

... against her Majesty, on the second reading of the Bill, fixed for the 17th of August, has already commenced. The 51st regiment of light infantry has received orders to march from Chichester and Brighton, for Croydon. It is said that a cordon of troops is ...

Published: Thursday 03 August 1820
Newspaper: Saunders's News-Letter
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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FOIZEI.G-N LLTIQtATURE

... vi s it e d th e Q ueen atiPlette, the Dock Yard ; an d H as l ar H osp i ta l , Friday motainis 'inspected the 51st ( or Own) light infantry regiment. His Hightl4cQu his arrival took.up his abode at the resiaiire of the Naval Commander-in-Chief, Ad.; ...

Published: Monday 23 April 1821
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
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Births.—At Packham-house, Dorset, the lady of Rear. G. Brice, daughter. At Shinefield-place, Essex,' the lady ..

... the Regent's Park, and died Saturday afternoon. AtTichburv, near Southampton, in his 28th year, Capt. W.Timson, 51st regt. of Light Infantry At Ahcant, in Spain, C. Waring, Esq. his Majesty's vice-consul. A. Whitehead, Esq. formerly Secretary to the Transport ...

Published: Saturday 16 August 1828
Newspaper: Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
County: Devon, England
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BIRTHS, At Plymouth, the Lady of Capt. \V. 11. Hare, late of the 51st (or King's Own) Light Infantry, of

... BIRTHS, At Plymouth, the Lady of Capt. \V. 11. Hare, late of the 51st (or King's Own) Light Infantry, of a daughter. At Bath, the Lady of W. Prirst, Esq. of son. At Batheaston Vicarage, die of the Rev. Spencer of daughter. At Greenwich, Mrs. Charles R ...

LIGHT INFANTRY MOVEMENTS. Infantry skirmishers are generally taught to snppose that on immediate retreat ..

... LIGHT INFANTRY MOVEMENTS. Infantry skirmishers are generally taught to snppose that on immediate retreat becomes necessary on the appearance of enemy’s earalry, weak in numbers or dispersed in their mode of advance on them ; yet, in many sitnations, the ...

Published: Saturday 24 October 1829
Newspaper: Cork Constitution
County: Cork, Republic of Ireland
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- lift.- • Jiis lath Light Infimtry, Captain ant Lieute.rrnnt rt’Shea. • Wounded. —Kis Majesty’s 13th Light ..

... - lift.- • Jiis lath Light Infimtry, Captain ant Lieute.rrnnt rt’Shea. • Wounded. —Kis Majesty’s 13th Light Infantry, Capt. Clarke, Severely ; Ensicn J. Blackwell, slightly; Ensign K. W. Croker, sersrelv; his Majesty’s 38th Regiment—Lieut. J. S. Torrens ...

LIGHT INFANTRY MOVEMENTS

... coolness and jiidgmei/ in presence the enemy. Light infantry, properly instructed, soon find that small bodies of cavalry seldom venture attack infantry inconsiderately on ground the least difficult, the infantry, from not being conscious their real strength ...

Published: Tuesday 20 October 1829
Newspaper: Morning Advertiser
County: London, England
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he composed of the 6th, 15th, 16th, and 17th divisions of infantry, a regiment of Hussars, a regiment of Light

... composed of the 6th, 15th, 16th, and 17th divisions of infantry, a regiment of Hussars, a regiment of Light Dragoons, a brigade of horse artillery, and a brigade of artillery on foot. The infantry will be commanded by 3lajor- Genera'. Duke Bernhard of ...

Published: Monday 20 August 1827
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
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TWENTY EIGHT BATTALION LIGHT INFANTRY FOREIGN CORPS

... TWENTY EIGHT BATTALION LIGHT INFANTRY FOREIGN CORPS. Attached to Colonel Cotter’i comment], who it appointed Deputy Inepector the Foreign Corpi and Ato-de Camp toiba Commander in Chief Rio Padro. To ba Captains—Lieut. Thomas Hastier—To be Ensigns—Mr. ...

Published: Saturday 28 June 1828
Newspaper: Clonmel Herald
County: Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
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