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invaded, and cruifly desolated some of • Barm, Alcualt, wl.o commands regimetA the urovindw. (liey should, ..

... and cruifly desolated some of • Barm, Alcualt, wl.o commands regimetA the urovindw. (liey should, co«idei»tion. re. of light infantry in Grenada complains bitterly that enisle what shall be most expedient give stability hi* corps still rcmamt skeleton ...

rOLUHTEERS. L „t night of Yeiterday and mini ter and produced one the boat numerous Light Horse Volunteers had ..

... rOLUHTEERS. L „t night of Yeiterday and mini ter and produced one the boat numerous Light Horse Volunteers had grand field day in and splendid assemblages of fashion wt have ever ii*. . . • witnessed on a Tueiday night. Indeed it would *. , . . , * have ...

N.irjL rWTELUGESCE. about a waft briga lc«:, with and light and moved oiT the road which Town fummit the Berg,

... N.irjL rWTELUGESCE. about a waft briga lc«:, with and light and moved oiT the road which Town fummit the Berg, Blue Mocnfaina, *od dislodged the light troops, their matn body, jj) in two Jincs, ro receiec o«, nin motion to anticipate cor approach. . ■* ...

THE ARMY. A detachmonl belonging to jSe 4th Light Dragoons marched this morning from Westminster for Maidstone. ..

... THE ARMY. A detachmonl belonging to jSe 4th Light Dragoons marched this morning from Westminster for Maidstone. Delachments belonging to the 2d, S6th, and S7th regiments of Infantry, inarched this morning from Westminster for Chatham. Detachments belonging ...

BEULAH SPA,Norwood. —Tb« Nohility »nd prepiting lh« neeetttry m»aaure», not to low light of the Visitor! to ..

... BEULAH SPA,Norwood. —Tb« Nohility »nd prepiting lh« neeetttry m»aaure», not to low light of the Visitor! to these Grounds sre informed thst the MAG- enemy in their flight through the woods, underwood, and NinCENT SELECT BAND of FIFTY PERFORMERS, precipices ...

past seren'o'clock he went Into General P««t£CßW’s chamber, tor the purpose of lighting his fire. « Not hearing ..

... past seren'o'clock he went Into General P««t£CßW’s chamber, tor the purpose of lighting his fire. « Not hearing him either speaking or stirring, and dreading that some accident had taken place, hastened to apprise Citizen Fauconnier. He adds, that the ...

: I'.. » J \ *• ' » The Eagle (ho Eighth Regiment of Light nfautry, which suffered immensely, and

... : I'.. » J \ *• ' » The Eagle (ho Eighth Regiment of Light nfautry, which suffered immensely, and a howitzer, rewarded this charge, and remained in possession of Major Gough, the 87th regiment. These attacks were zealously supported by Col. Belson with ...

. »ARI3, btC. 13- from 'VVilna the state, that an Officer the light horse the Polish Guards had just arrived

... . »ARI3, btC. 13- from 'VVilna the state, that an Officer the light horse the Polish Guards had just arrived there with fetters from 'his Majesty fur the Duke UassAno. lie quilled his Majesty at Zembin (he 2Hth; he was in perfect health ; the army was ...

flaws •' * DOT'SR., JUKI 2^. Some heavy firing hi)? been’-hcard from day light this morning until about one o’olock

... flaws •' * DOT'SR., JUKI 2^. Some heavy firing hi)? been’-hcard from day light this morning until about one o’olock /. m. ; supposed some the cnerfiy’s gun boats, going along shore to Boulogne, where they continue to collect an immense number of craft ...

THE ARMY. The 7lh, (Ihe Queen’s Own) Kesiment of Light Dragoons (Hussars) will arrive, to-morrow, at I’iershill ..

... THE ARMY. The 7lh, (Ihe Queen’s Own) Kesiment of Light Dragoons (Hussars) will arrive, to-morrow, at I’iershill Uarracks, from York. The Ist Division of the 12th (the Prinae of Wales’s Royal; Uegiment, (Lancers) will arrive, to-morrow, at Hampton Court ...

LAW REPORT. COURT OF CHANCERY. Tuesday, Nov. 25. BICNOLD V. KINO. Bignelil having heconit; bankrupt, his ..

... UNATTACHED. be Lieutenant-Colonels of Infantry, by purchase—Major Archibald Montgomery Maxwell, from the Doth Foot; Major Charles Henry Somerset, from the 3d Light Dragoons—both dated Nov. 25, 1828. To be Captains of Infantry, purchase— Lieutenant William Slater ...