Bulletins and Other State Intelligence Compiled and Arranged from the Official Documents Published in the London Gazette


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Página 184 - Island in their van; but nothing could withstand the squadron your Lordship did me the honour to place under my command. Their high state of discipline is well known to you, and with the judgment of the captains, together with their valour and that of the officers and men of every description, it was absolutely irresistible.
Página 184 - 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 gunboats, four frigates, and a battery of guns and mortars on an...
Página 185 - ... expressed. I was wounded in the head, and obliged to be carried off the deck; but, the service suffered no loss by that event. Captain Berry was fully equal to the important service then going on; and, to him, I must beg leave to refer you, for every information relative to this victory. He will present you with the flag of the second in command, that of the commander in chief being burnt in L'Orient.
Página 110 - ... to inform the Officer commanding the King's troops that they are ready to deliver up the Town of Wexford without...
Página 69 - A letter, of which the following is a copy, has been this day received from...
Página 112 - A dispatch, of which the following is a copy, has been received by Viscount...
Página 69 - I HAVE only time to inform your Grace, that I learn from General Dundas, that the rebels in the Curragh of Kildare have laid down their arms, and delivered up a number of their leaders. By a...
Página 166 - I had every reafon to believe, from the enemy's movement to Drumahain, that it was their intention to march to the north; and it was natural to fuppofe that they might hope that a French force would get into fome of the bays in that part of the country; without a fuccour of which kind, every point of direction for their march feemed equally defperate.
Página 43 - Harpy, to go a-head, with the veffele appointed to lie as beacons NW of the town of Oftend, and for Captain Bradby, in the Ariadne, to keep between the Expedition and Harpy, that we might approach as near the coaft as poffible, without the chance of being difcovered from the fhore.
Página 119 - Cawdor by his Grace the Duke of Portland, his Majefty's principal Secretary of State for the home department.

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