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... dra- goonS precedit;r playing the Due.0 .Alarinc i z Sarvl on their trumpets. -The infantry, with armsireversed. tookisup the tune, going before the caralrv. The infantry had one -stand of colours; the eavalry, -xe think, two standards. The head 'of the ...

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... Regiment Native Infantry. At Arracan, on board the ship Volunteer, on the 21st September, of the prevailing fever, Mr. Samuel Dutton, Conductor of Ordnance. At Meerut. on the 10th October, Capt. J. J. Gordon, of the 35th Native Infantry. At Bycullah, on ...

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... great credit to himself and ge- neral satisfaction to the public; he was also a constant and regular member of the Saintfield Infantry for nearly 30 years. The numerous concourse of highly respectable people who assembled from the neighbouring towns and villages ...

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... W'Vales, on the 6trh August. MIrs Stewart Ryric, of a son. At Greenfield, on the 5th current, the Lady of Major dlNair, 52d light infantry, of a son. 4)arrf5igcs. At Glasgow, oln the 6th instant, Mr IECTORt SUTIIER- LAD),rmerclhant,N'ew lBrunswickl, America ...

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... Clon o at' le light on tlte Peninsular IlIrls, in the Bay G 'in- ?? lantzic. dec Ois the let January, 1827, Cthe present light on I'lela, cid, consisting of a coal ffrte, will cease, and ha replaced by a tli revislving light. 'fl'le new light has six lamps ...