Bulletins and Other State Intelligence

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Compiled and arranged from the official documents published in the London gazette., 1803

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Page 14 - Venerable, off the coast of Holland, the i2th of October, by log (nth1 three PM Camperdown ESE eight mile. Wind N. by E. Sir, I have the pleasure to acquaint you, for the information of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, that...
Page 68 - I beg leave to acquaint you, for the information of the lords commissioners of the admiralty, the capitulation was signed on board the Heureux, yesterday morning.
Page 59 - ENCLOSE, for the information of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, copies of...
Page 12 - I cannot omit a circumstance which reflects so much credit, as well on the British Nation, as on the conduct of the Soldiers actually employed, that, notwithstanding the severe and spirited resistance of the French Troops, yet, no sooner were the works carried by assault, and the opposition no longer existed, than every idea of animosity appeared to cease, and not a French Soldier was either killed or wounded.
Page 74 - The Laws and Usages of the Colony shall remain in force and be respected, the mode of taxation now in use be adhered to, and the inhabitants shall enjoy the public exercise of their Religion in the same manner as before...
Page 84 - The inhabitants who are at present in the Colony, as well as those who may be abroad, shall be protected in their persons, and have the free enjoyment of their properties, without being troubled or molested for any acts whatsoever, other than such as they might commit subsequent to the Capitulation, and in violation of the oath of fidelity they shall be required to take. Answer. — Granted.
Page 84 - The debts contracted by the Government for the building of new barracks, the erection of batteries, the purchase of provisions for the Garrison, the salaries of civil Officers due, shall, on the first demand, be paid out of the Sovereign's or Government chest; as well as all other demands that would have been paid or reimbursed by Government had the Colony not been taken. Answer. — Granted.
Page 21 - VIII. The French Merchant Vessels now in Scarborough Roads, under the Batteries of the Fort, shall be allowed to sail for such Port of Europe or America as they shall think proper.
Page 88 - Frederick is to be given to a detachment of the British Troops this evening, by seven o'clock, also that of the Batavian Ship of war Hippomenes by the British Seamen. And the Hornet British Sloop of war, and the Schooner Netley, are to be allowed to pass into the harbour of Demerara. Answer. — Acceded to.
Page 14 - Sir, — I have the satisfaction of stating, that this day, at nine am the Cyane made the...

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