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LIMERICK MARKETS—SEPTEMBER 13

... with res|)ect to Light Infantry, are now tinder revision. The improved system will embrace generally, the movements and formations of Light Infantry attached to resjicctive Regiments when in Line; and the rapid manoeuvres of Light ...

The £>cnt!)fcrii ctork fcomiltcrdal Coutitr

... it advisable that greater consistency should given to die third rank infantry, or that it should be suppressed; and he explained his reasons for this. He was of opinion, that infantry charged by cavalry, should fire from a distance, instead of firing closely ...

MEMORANDUM

... oyd, oth foot; Williamson, half pay I2olh foot, Edinburgh Crichton, half pay Indep. Edinburgh ; G. Mayer, half pay 2d Light Infantry, German Legion, Hanover. Lieutenant*—Creagh, Bth Dragoons. Ipswich ; Yates, retired list 9th Veteran Battalion, Ireland; ...

THE HARVEST

... receive him, and to require that should turn back.— The Aid-dc-Camp met, just before he reached the bridge of two light hootemen, then two infantry soldiers, afterwards the Aid-de-Camp of Wilson, and last Wilson himself. He was mounted on a small mule, with ...

Com*ier,

... campaign. led Mr. Regiment of Light Comet Elton be Lieutenant, pitrcha.se, rice Foster, appointed to tlie Cape Corps Cavalry. Dated Aug. 1823. 17th Ditto—To Lieutenants—Lieutenant George F. Clarke, from half-pay Bth Light Dragoons, vice Francis Curtay ...

WAR IN' SPAIN'. it* attack the will continue fi«; from time to time, imtil the the treuchcs, which ho|«! will

... Jamin, and of the light regiment, tile 6th, 9th, and 14th ot the line, was placed before the suburbs nt Rocheuppea and I.a Madeleine. It was charged with this attack, which was supported the fire and (he attacks of the ‘gtllli light regiment, of the 33d ...

MURDER OF* MR. FRANKS AND FAMILY. PARIS PAPERS. Prom the Mon'itfnr uf Sej>t. 6.) NEWS FROM SPAIN. DESPATCH ..

... iprove- gave the fable a kick and upset it, which the candle •his on it,which was lighting, was extinguished. Saith the partv then demanded arms, and presently lighted a candle the kitchen fire. Mr. and Mrs. Franks and their son then went their knees ...

THE ARMY

... die difference. Dated as above. 67th Ditto—Cornet Hop. Lacclles, from the 9th Light Dragoons, Lieutenant purchase, vice Vaughan promoted. Dated above. Cape Corps (Infantry)— Major W. S. Forbes, from half-pay s ...

TER AT WAR

... WAR. U REPT. 12. It seems certnin that the enemy’s column, the landing of which I announced yesterday, consists of 1,400 infantry and 13 horaemen'; it is commanded Brigadier hernandez. General Curiul informs me that it arrived at Ipi the 10th, at half-past ...

THE MINISTER AT WAR,

... ami the covered way the engineers, in or- - der speedily silence the fire of the citadel, and tlkapproxiiimtc the fire onr infantry to the ramparts, not aflurd the gunners of tae fortress mement’s respite; and finally, lose lime in crowning the covered ...

ffioniOTCixM Cornier,

... appointed to tl|c Ist West India meut. Dated Sept. 1823. UNATTACHED. Major Henry Hutchinson, from the Foot, Lieut.-Colonol Infantry, by purchase, vice Colonel Robert Wright, who retires. Dated Sept. HOSPITAL STAFF. LONDON MARKETS. SATURDAY. SEPT. IIE?dP ...