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HOSTITAI, STAFF

... report the ith Fnsilccrs being destined for the West India service, is nnt'oinidcd. The Ikh (or the Duchess of York’s own) Light Dragoons, General J. W, Earl of Briilgewatcr, Colonel. One troop has received orders to march from Coventry on the Ist of January ...

THE All MY,

... half pay Ist Greek Light Infantry; and Denis, Port Major of Kinsale. * * Lieutenants—Meilis, 2+lti foot ; Doris, STtli ; Evans, i WhilelieaJ, 2 Ceylon Hegt. True, Ijnlf (joy .'W Hussars, German ; Wellraite half pay Ist I.i;;ht Infantry German legion ; Miller ...

FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE

... Edward Croft on, from half-pay Uk* York Light infantry Volunteers lie Major, Charles Reynolds, returns bis former situation t»n the Retired list. UvATTACHKO—Major Uol»ert IXilycH, from the ftiot, Tietitenant Infantry, purchase, vice Major General Starling ...

Bcportrr, anb Commercial C^tiricr*

... from iulf die Regt. to Lieut, vice Win, Locke, who exchanges receiving die difference. ■kill Uegt. Light Drugoon—.Carnet Edin. Bromwich, from die Light Dragoons lie Comet, vice Knox vviio 'changes. James John Fraser, Major, purcliasv, vice JLtmlyn WilliaKia ...

THE FASHIONABLE WORLD*

... Braybrooke, lift' Ceylon Regiment, Assisrant-roinmissary-Gencrkl, Mary Anne daughter of Major IXlatte, Ist Ceylon Regiment Light Infantry. On the iost. the Rev. John Jeoffrey Browne, son Estp of 1 Castle Mount Garret, and Hector of Shiddinglon, to Ann Flitalreth ...

ARMY. MILITARY PROMOTIONS. IV ftr~C)ffire, April 19, 1823. Ist Regiment of Life uards—Lieut. Charles Hall, from ..

... ARMY. MILITARY PROMOTIONS. IV ftr~C)ffire, April 19, 1823. Ist Regiment of Life uards—Lieut. Charles Hall, from 17th Light l>nigoons, to be Lieutenant, vice Lord Francis Couyngham, who exchanges, receiving the difference. Dated of April, 1823.—Cornet ...

KQL/rrV EXCHEQUER

... ARMY. FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Wtir-Office, 24, 1823. Ist Regiment of Dragoon Guards—Lieut. George F. Clarke, from the 4th Light Dragoons, Lieutenant, vice Smith, who exchanges—Dated loth May, 4th Do— Hre vet Lieut. Col. Uoht. Hons, Lieut.* Colonel, vice ...

CATHOLIC ASSOCIATION’. Duet.l S, WFDNF.snAY, MAT 38. Yesterday adjournerl meeting of this Association was held ..

... for, soon after two boats came in, ami ./lil tubs of spirits were run, and large quantity of her goods carried o(T, two neat light carts, two gcntcrl-looking men, with the loss of only of) tulvs spirits, and French ehdit-oar life-boat, and winch received ...

Cork Commeitlal ' f

... Sheerness for Ireland. Five troops of the 9th Light Dragoons, (Lancers) are ordered to embark, on the 28th and 29th inst at Bristol and Bideford, for Ireland. On the arrival of the 59th (Rutlandshire) Regiment of Infantry, now it* march Weedon, the 65th Foot will ...

TOR sfparate sf.rvicc

... Regiment of Infantry, will arrive to-day, to-morrow, and the following day, Portpatrick, on their route Ireland. Tie 66th (2d York North Riding) Regiment of Foot, which was relieved by the Regiment, now on its march Hull. Tlic 9th (Light) Regiment of ...

Cibt Etppttcr. an® tfatK donuncvcial Cornier

... tth Chasseurs, who commanded the first charge; aouille, the Hue ; I apt. the !)th I.ight Infantry; .iiithiiisj his Aide-dcsfamp, and laentenant Milo, Light Infantry, having nlarly detingmsiied themselves, llie greatest order continues rcigu in Madrid. ~ ...

LIMERICK,. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 11

... of Cloyne and fiunily arrived at the house of bis son-in-law, Archdeacon Munuscll, this city. Tnr. Army. —The regiments of Infantry now forming the garrison of Dublin arc lieing instructed in several new modifications of the old field mansenvrea of Dnndns’s ...