Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

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Compiled and arranged from the official documents published in the London gazette., 1798
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Page 107 - ... to him with the utmost energy for their destruction. ' To the deluded multitude he promises pardon on their delivering into ' his hands their leaders, surrendering their arms, and returning with ' sincerity to their allegiance.
Page 176 - The enemy appeared to be moored in a strong and compact line of battle close in with the shore, their line describing an obtuse angle in its form, flanked by numerous gunboats, four frigates, and a battery of guns and mortars on an island in their van.
Page 105 - I gave, of course, no answer to the proposal made by the inhabitants of Wexford, but I thought it my duty immediately to proceed here, and to take post above the town, by which means I have, perhaps, saved the town itself from fire, as well as the lives of many loyal subjects who were prisoners in the hands of the rebels. The rebels fled upon my approach, over the bridge of Wexford, and towards the barony of Forth.
Page 61 - Excellency the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland by His Grace the Duke of Portland, His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State for the Home Department : MY LoRD, Dublin Castle, May 27, 1798.
Page 5 - I have the honour to acquaint you, for the information of my Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, that at 5 o'clock PM on the 6th of August last, in latitude 24 44
Page 176 - August off the Mouth of the Nile. The enemy were moored in a strong line of battle for defending the entrance of the Bay (of Shoals,) flanked by numerous gun-boats, four frigates, and a battery of guns and mortars on...
Page 106 - ... to inform the Officer commanding the King's troops that they are ready to deliver up the Town of Wexford without...
Page 104 - GofTs-bridge, and some companies of light infantry formed on each side of them under Lieutenant-Colonel Wilkinson. The rebels attempted to attack these, but were instantly repulsed, and driven beyond the bridge. A large body were perceived at the same time moving towards my left. Major Aylmer, and afterwards Major Daniel, with five companies of light infantry, and a six-pounder, were detached against them.
Page 176 - Enemy were moored in a strong line of battle for defending the entrance of the Bay (of Shoals), flanked by numerous gunboats, four frigates, and a battery of guns and mortars on an Island in their Van ; but nothing could withstand the Squadron your Lordship did me the honour to place under my command.
Page 49 - A dispatch, of which the following is a copy, has been this day received at Earl Bathurst's office, addressed to his lordship by Major General Cooke, dated Cadiz, August 30, 1812 :— Cadiz, August 3O.

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