POI'UGUESE ARMY AND NAVY

... masse.) The army in the vear 1822 was almost double in number what it was in the year 1796, and consisted of regiments of infantry, each in two battalions; 12 battalions of jagers; regiments of cavalry, each in four squadrons; four regiments of artillery ...

Published: Wednesday 01 October 1828
Newspaper: Dublin Morning Register
County: Dublin, Republic of Ireland
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MKTUODIST .NEW CONNEXION

... for them* stives are traduoed and vilified—the law* ore disregarded, nay, trampled on— tbe torch of eivil war is actually lighting up among ne. And by whom ? Why, the demagogues—the itine* rant speechifier* of woofd-be Governmentan Assooisnon, whiobj like ...

Published: Wednesday 01 October 1828
Newspaper: Clonmel Herald
County: Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
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SCOTLAND

... the enemy and taking 165 prisoners, but on falling' back tKfe de. tachment was attacked by a corps of Turkish cavalry and infantry, consisting of eight or ten thousand men Who had come out of Shumla, and was partially defeateiT. Hostilities were again ...

Published: Wednesday 01 October 1828
Newspaper: Inverness Courier
County: Inverness-shire, Scotland
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CHARGE FOR GAS LIGHTS

... nights. Newport find all, batwing burners, light 200 nights for 11.55. allowing for finding lamps; equal to 1 I. ss. for 288 nights. Glasgow find light only ; the police light, clean, and keep in repair, and lay the service from the mains, use cockspurs ...

Published: Wednesday 01 October 1828
Newspaper: Leicester Herald
County: Leicestershire, England
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rl--C' 'to:B.', !lie ••• ; : 1 , I . ~ .~ - WEDNESDAY, Ist OCTOBER 1821. • •; ,•

... pay, unattached, late 34th foul, 44th March 1828 ; Dunglass i half pat, 30th loot, 3d dO.; Horgliaagen, half pay, V..rk lightinfantry avlitutcers, Mar. ; Charlton; l.ite rOy.al ditiers Exeter; 19 do. • Lieutenants AtnieL S.l.fo Bruce, 3d fool ; !towline ...

Published: Wednesday 01 October 1828
Newspaper: Bombay Gazette
County: Maharashtra, India
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... cannon, tsro standards, and 165 prisoners. ]s falling on Esle-Stamhoul, our detachment was yAad by corps Turkish eaealry and infantry, coaaiating itS 10,000 men, which had coma out of Choumla.— Though the enemy bad the admntage of numbers, our detachment ...

Published: Wednesday 01 October 1828
Newspaper: Belfast Commercial Chronicle
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
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... Conolly, Esq. to be Deputy Sec , etary to Guyer:meat iu the Military Depal fluent. Fat? ST. GEORGE, September 1818. • • The light Honourable - ih A Council has been plesivii: Oakes, Egg, to be , Court for tits NotthemPopphip •• We regret to state • that ...

Published: Wednesday 01 October 1828
Newspaper: Bombay Gazette
County: Maharashtra, India
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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE

... , _at _Kf _. ki-Slamboul , Lieuienant . Geiieral Iludiger re . pulsrd the enemy , who attacked him witli _s _, _corps of infantry and cuvalry , the latter of wliicll _sustiiincd grent loss . In _consequence of tliese _engagements , _Field-Miiralial _Count ...

Published: Wednesday 01 October 1828
Newspaper: The Scotsman
County: Midlothian, Scotland
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CORPORATION MEETING

... or public opinixi—these are considerations of small weight with men who seem to regard the power they possess in no other light than as an instrument for extracting money from the pockets of the profossion, and transferring it to their own. The limbs ...

Published: Wednesday 01 October 1828
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
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THIRD YORKSHIRE MUSICAL FESTIVAL, 1828

... making a grandee, or a moitk. in a brief bag. Here groped through some dark alleyi the dull being, that ano , would flutter in light, a gaudy butterfly; crawled through the mud a sullen grub, that in an hour would buz about amidst tiie glitter of gorgeous ...

Published: Thursday 02 October 1828
Newspaper: Leeds Intelligencer
County: Yorkshire, England
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Beggars.—From Doings in London.] The beggar's calling, if not one the most respectable, may, doubtless, be ..

... perceiving the progress we made, brought party of guns, sup parted by detachment of cavalry, against us. body of French infantry now moved upon our right, and opened a severe fire ; and as I cast eyes along the ranks observed frequent chasms occasioned ...

Published: Thursday 02 October 1828
Newspaper: Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette
County: Wiltshire, England
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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE BRUNSWICK CLUB

... Lieutenant-Colonel Cuilen, meeting ofthc province Leinster. If not con- lion is perfoimed—Pius VI., Aug 10. 1788. Reforming light Britain rose, Protestant-at the death of Ferdinand was, in ap- Screeny T. Cullen Bundoran ; Fran, tiiiid to one c’ass bis Mcjestv’s ...

Published: Thursday 02 October 1828
Newspaper: Westmeath Journal
County: Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
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