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Military Register (Newspaper) - October 18, 1815, London, Middlesex THE MILITARY REG 1.V Vol. 85.] OCTOBER 18,1815. Is GENERAL SUMMARY &c. We are called upon by a friend of Sir George to whom we have been indebted for some intimations respecting the charges against to state what is meant by Sir James Yeo having framed a I of the charges against His Excellency or whether any are contemplated from any other To with that directness which should prompt every we do state that we know of none and we believe that the idea has no other foundation than in one of those numerous literal which unfortunately have been too frequent in our substitution of for these which induced the who all copied from to suppose that three only of the charges were framed by Sir James We shall take early occasion to speak of these charges Sir George for which we shall have sufficient time gince it is not as the journals that the Trial is fixed for next month at least Sir George Prevost has no such We intended to have drawn the attention of our readers particularly to the last publications of Cobbet and The but have no room this They are extraordinary instances of Of unhappy Ireland we wish to say little we were gratified to learn but just now that notwithstanding the prevalent accounts are but too yet the present disturbances have by no means assumed the of the The sailors on the have assumed an absolute mastery at which from the force we trust this will not produce the necessity of more violent operations on the part of the Yet it should be promptly No ships are to sail We are doubtless expected to say something one article in our account of we allude the first march of the Tower whatever we could and the whole world ere now knows Uis not a we will confess we have a feeling that precludes it on the when this in whose ranks we have hardly is for the first to service to their Regimental and still more personal sink low indeed in comparison with the energies of active There are not two more important articles than those given this week under our head of Code and papers dated arrived in Town this but their tents are not of much A Corunna Mail is also arrived this by are received by souie respectable Spanish that General has been Letters from state that the small dition which had been fitted out in that Port by the English to proceed to Imd been countermanded when cam and upon the point of sailing for its Tho troops had in consequence been and it was announced that the project the French in the reduction of the insurgents was altogether The letters from Venice contain copious details of the preparations making for the tion in that city of the Emperor of who was expected about the 27th of November Among other old ceremonies to be revived ou this the espousal of the Adriatic by throwing with much pomp and a gold ring into that Much however to lurk in the minds of the not only of but of the most considerable cities of Italy for it is acknowledged that amidst the apparent several secret societies have been whose object is to overthrow the existing order of These societies are established m almost the principal cities of and their ramifications extend to the remotest parts of that They among their thost most distinguished for and The police are actively employed in hunting them and we are given to understand that the prisons of Venice and were never more crowded than at the date of these The Italian military entertain so great a repugnance to the Austrian and being obliged to auit their native that there have recently occurred numerous instances of soldiers shooting and maiming to avoid being dragged The to deter them from the commission of this offence find out the family of the and oblige his or next relative to become the It is understood that the Treaty of Peace has received the of and has been returned to France for the final tion of the Allied and King of and that it will immediately an-
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