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Beresford, Gen. appoint- Collingwood, Lord, de- Gambier, Lord, destroys
a French fleet in Basque
-, Lord, tried by
of Inquiry respecting it, Graham, Gen. Tho. his
Walcheren,629. see Hol-
Grant, Col, his gallant be-
action with the French,
gular indisposition, 859. led in storming the lines by a Court-martial, and
dismissed his Majesty's
bombarded by an En Holland. Decrees per-
ng exports and im-
ports, 306. Further de.
with a small force on rison of Christianhoe re- merica, ib.
tion to it commanded by
Duel, Lord Falkland kil- cheren, ib. Take Mid.
Betwixt Lord Castle. 624. State of the loss
Sir Rich. Strachan's ac-
rations, 626. Sir John
South Beveland, 677.-
Fires, in St James's pa- Fort Rammekens sur-
Drury-lanc renders,.628. Smart ac-
Christ- Bathz attacked by the
Church college, Oxford, enemy's flottilla, which
629, 630. A British
ter a severe action, 392 Austrian prisoners to be batteries and the ship-
one destroyed by Lord of capitulations, 689,-
garrison, 691. Return
Gambier's fleét, 388. of the bombardment,692.
tions, 695. Zeiricks»
and Browershaven sur. 772. New officers ap- Mayne, Col, his gallant
Ministerial difference, be-
resign, 792. Correspon-
evacuates Bonaparte, 778. AÓ- and Grenville, 792
divided into six depart. Moore, Sir John, bis
distressing march thro'
Virginia as British en- with the French out.
posts, ib. Killed at the
severe action, 392 Assembly, 218. Gen. ments, 141. General ar-
with great joy at Ferrol pear before the latter, sion, ib. Official letters
relative to his command,
tist missionaries, 217 London, 868. At Wind. M.Farlane, Gen. com-
the coast of Naples, 699
the Jupiter, of 50 guns, M‘Kinley, Capt. his ac-
count of the capture of
Vigo from the French,
upon it by the army of
large flotilla destroyed
works there blown up
detachment of the 21st
regiment surprized at
crees of Mura:, 860
number of French ships
surrenders to the British the Onyx sloop of war
captures a fine Dutch
an expedition against the
in China, 774
Ionian islands, which Defeats the French on ken by an English squa-
the Douro, 469. Takes dron, 218
471. Sir A. Wellesley's defeated at Stralsund,and
himself killed, 939
ed at Senegal, 787 tugal, in great disorder, 787
troops for Ceuta, but
Is taken iH, and removes obliged to return, 224
from Corunna, 144
The Primrose sloop of
Gen. Beresford increases war, ib. The Admiral
Gardner and Britannia
of Capt. Balderston, 228
feated with great loss,
58. Battle of Saragos-
French, 60. Singular
grandees declared trai.
counts of their opera,
tions, 63. A Spanish
tulation of Madrid, 65.
strong places, ib.
A- Supreme Junta against
nos, 66, The Spaniards
sas surrenders to the
count" by Lord Coch. 378." The Spaniards a. Decrees of the usurper
Joseph Bonaparte, 861,
Further particulars of the
gular exploits of a Spa-
tion of Corunna and ence with the Russian
lesley's account of the an Italian Flotilla, which
The citi 702. Battle of Talavera, verely wounded, (for
which he is knighted,)
Sir Robert Strachan, Sir R. com-
flexions on the conduct Holland,
of Spain in the war, ib. Sweden. The Swedes
obliged to abandon Fin.
Violent Lisboli, 754. Account or Suderinania appoint-
The Marquis of Welles. dication of his conduct,
ley, ambassador to the 304. The Swedish dict
meets, 755. Kiog Gus-
of abdication, 785. The General's Proclamation Is taken ill, and goes to
ib. Grand entertain-
Substance of their state- a ment given him, ib.
Attends the Supreme
command of the British duct in storming the
army, 383, 468. His lines of Travancore, 614.
account of the campaign West Indies. Pigeon isl-
ib. Marches to Abrantes Spaniards attack the ci.
Spain, 550. Defeats the Samana taken by three
Dispute between the
tish forces, 306. St Do-
British wounded left at tish and Spaniards, 775•
the French, 461. De- the French. 710. Ap. embarked for Jamaica,
rians, ib. The Austrian the Spanish army, 783.
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ARMSTRONG, JOHN, tried : the Lords of the Trea- Robert Wright for theft,
theft, 74. John M'In.
and Robert Stewart, con-
for counterfeiting the for theft, 75, Rachel
Wright for child-stealing
Free Masons Hall, at E. sentenced, 156. John
Black for theft, *31.56
John Munro, and Wm.
Macfarlane, for enlist.
High - school of Edin- ing, 315. Wm. Steuart
635. Robert Ferguson
King's stamps, 955. Wm.
mail, ib. John Arm-
Jubilee, grand celebration strong for shopbreaking
Glasgow and Perth, 8:24. masons, 234. The set.
dress to the King, 873 ceedings of, 73. Trial Lunatic asylum, the foun-