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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. White-Hall. THURSDAY, April 20. ro distracted with our attempts of landing This morning the hon. Capt. Barrington, at different places, where there was the
commander of the Achilles, arrived with least appearance of our being able to fucthe following letters from Major-Gene- ceed, that it gave Brigadier Lambert an ral Hodgson and the hon. Com. Keppel, opportunity of climbing up a rock with a to the right hon, Mr. Secretary Pitt. corps I had left with him for that purpose, Belieifle, four o'clock in the morning, if practicable. The difficulty of mounting April 23, 1761.
had made the enemy least attentive to that SIR,
part. Beauclerk's grenadiers, with their Á SI have just had a note from Com. Capt. Patterson, got up before they saw 1 Keppel, to inform me that a frigate what was intended. They imitedlately will fail this day for England, I have only marched a body of 300 men to attack bin. time to acquaint you, that his Majesty's The grenadiers maintained their ground troops, under my cominand, landed yester- till the rest of Brigadier Lambert's got up: day at five. The enemy's attention was We took three brass field pieces, and some