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   Courier (Newspaper) - August 21, 1809, London, Middlesex                                ;Vf.il'JilfcbneW Hie I'rii.cciif VrrXt- -THIS F.VKN- �--'^    r.tTKioric: kum>. , A ujjgSlolb �lii-liliition, will l�f liWil iit Miiyds Coff.  i*nliilg tn llic I'ulilic foraUdi-i!ailKWl""'i� "'      t'ui.J , li> ttrdcr ofthf Cnm'.iittpp, -        J J-P. �'M,irm{f),,S.-crrtary. il ,iiliiiirfW {ijiLi'�jiii. Kny. M. J'.' i'^v,�,Mr.(ifi�,'>i AiMr. Ashle^* Of^nii. Mr, J. � �^,jyi.VirfiO,Mr. Uiilrrf Vl�li, Mr. Sluree; V iiiLmc-liu III li -ii' m(.wf>ii*.\,|,>c of (lie iiuriiti. atil�y*i'fi�'=l"'r niK-it Invitufure Panrr.. iilW'cki pleiisati!ly/!lu."iic on Oie  f ^'Jiii)iii>; UiT) '^,(j^e(^!iii^�niJ.o!; friMii l.oiittoii i" Ri'.idiiis;; (,�> niul fnni ^i,'^ttefWitU>ac!i piiVsrsdiiilv 0 iiliuul hsvlfa )iiil>-.t'iuni BjBVffeHsj tw.oaiiliM rrom Vir^ini.-i W.-ileraii'l A^rnl IJ.aili, !?   iniaffi'ii�''^'I''lT'i iuitnutoi vrsjtffi-�b'> ii ourh�od. jjorflnUf*ku" ["''��i' ''"i" Uii'ie fciv jfrirs, :inil arc "   ,ei((l(rtif roiiditiuii; late t'lL'{)r(i|ii.-i->y of'.Vr. 'ihumas ~ In be *Vwi"d 'lill Ihc Sail.'.-Print i! pnrlitiilnr? m,iy he E$ ilMtJuiprcmiws; at Sifiaiiiii{-Jlill Wells jihc Ijush, tf. (jiwjo/jllf. OiiBiiO Smiih. Anfliu!i S'�>i'i        Brwul-sitcct, near the Royal lix- ^   (kif'samc Jayw Vil lieS�! I by Auctinii, on Ihc premises, "HientM Hauivliold l-'urnilUTi', wiiiiin]ue, ttiia^m;irf, 'J itil   i|�iicllor.'i.-cli:iifC3.ur.'ciiliou�iS|)luiii.<,and vnri�ii!irii <CPssijyof.-4?la'n*">K A"* i|p||Ktnitsu|�p.nci being thrown into the car-*tt'lnrA>;htiig, and fo as$i�t in cutiiii!^ oil' iis Fnp, fxcopl tlffrihg the Lite heatygak-s , , -------- -    W   C      � . 9e|:nii.b>ials ffflm l^eicslaliona* aiid Btcduiif sKip'i enfvring.the-Si^ttltj.frum the w�(!^i)f;tlu'ir not brine.alilc to wt-i^h thi-ir ,Succ'�bt} \Tcalher-has modera.ttd, ihe *'W^r/l;iiiglj.c drawn rijni>d to the So'iiJh "i'iteii^i the; oniy obstacle th:it pre�en(s Stuart, wkh ajiqiiadrofi uf (en hiravy l^lijshing, aswc'il as, Iltar-Admira '^?�iwVi!Ji the^ eflVciivcYmo of batile-1*1^ lljj; iijichoragts .in Dykc-shouk tAritBtSTKJs Li.rilshi{J sbiH remain, Vi^iieirVr-sSiiittg the assisfance of thaJ yqna. '''�^*fit�ij eT*rfons a|i;ainsl iJia untiny, .Jjjjlo. pVuroid .up the SchdiW. ^Rtioiof t'� amy under in� K�rl of l!��5fi!�t��.Mj�,*Si^Ua�fjA|�B�:d. throttfh, the �aa4i\3^CeJhroij|Jh by the wme channel, and ',I�n'lu*ility^f fc�cc}*�. - V *M!'H^4in.jrBrdetachfeiI with someeun ^''�^�^ 'ar� nriif r�iady � & Will be aiwiied by ;U ttccxst^i^. tot. t]|ie.iu)b>iBtcnc(r ^l5,.'^�*�e,ai.pflhecuemy. In my a^si-nce [ h.ive direcU-d llear-.-Vdmiral Ot-"ay to suiierintcrrd flie si-veral duties rcla ive to ''�e invotnjj-nt of thij islanf, and to correspond with the Admiralty un all matters uf service. Captain Dobbie, m do acted in ilie Pai)as during the ahscncij of Captain Seynidiir, is the bearer of ihis dispatch, lie bad my liag for somu time in ihat ship, and has been particularly aitcntift: to ihe public s- r�ice. In rons'-tjiicnre of the protracted siege of Flush* inc. and the nccessiiy for the flo'iJIa goih;; up the '�c!'<'M, I have or l rd Gardner has or.lercd the Centaur aud Thcbcns to.crsize otF the 'IVtcl. I ha�f the'honuur to h , &c. (Signed) 11. J. stii.ich.a.s. JIjd. W. W. VoU. hiin^'aroii, in the VTesI SHifld, Aii^i^t 12. 1809. Silt,-Hciviiif; diriclcd the friuaies named in the margin *, to proceed up the West SchilJ, under (he orders of Liird Witliam Stuart, Captain of the Laviiiiaj ihc moment the wind was favourable, that zraious officer availed himielf of a light air from '.he we3tw*rd on the afternoon of the 1 Ith instant, nutwiihsiandiiig He tide was against bl'� proceeding, and passed the hattefieslictween Fiusiiiiigand Cads.iad ; the ships were under tUu enemy's �r� nearly two hours. The gallant.and seaman.like m.inn^,r in which this squadron was conducted, and iheir steady and well-directed jire, excited in my bre&st the warmest sens*tions of admiration. The army witnessed their exertions "With applause, a(\d I urn certain (lii'ir i.rt>rdfihips will duly appreciate the services of i>ord Wjlliiim Sfuari, the CapUius, Oflicerss seanun, and marines, on this occasion. iVo vtry Hiateri.il acetdent happened, except by a shell striking L'Algl**, and which fell throu^Kh her decks into the iin-avl-room, whrre it exploded ; iwic ftiao vtiii kiJI'd, arid four oiht:r wounded; her stern frame is nmcli shattered. L;jrd William Stuart's modest letter accompa. nies this di>palch, together wiih a return of the killed and woundedj and the damages sustained by hts Majesty's ships, in furcint; the entrance of this river.-1 have the honour to be, &c. (Sijjiii-d) 11. J. Stuacuas.  L-iviiii.-t, Heroiiii-, Aiiirthyt, Rufa, Njinpiien, 1,'Aifile Lurvblus. blalira, Urjail, �n>l Periiii. lii* Mujejty'i !^biu:iAvinia, in tlie SebrliU, -    i r Augiut jl, I8U9. Fir-I have tfte honour to inclose yon a p-porl of the killed and wounded, aiid Ihe damage sustained ott board W^s Maju'ly'd ships, which yoil did jnu the honour lo place under my urders to force through th>; passage of the SchelJ between the bat'eries of Flushing and Ca(-)saiid. As from your position you must have lieen a witness j.o the execution of this gfrricc, I have only to thanlc you for the honour you JiJ me in placing the squa-lrori under my onier-i. 1 am, Sir, your obvdiiut servant, (Sig'iid) Wm. Stuaut. To Sir R. J. Stracliaii. Hari. K. R. fl�-ar-AitiiiiiMl of iiip While, Commander in Chi.r, &e.&c A lleluni of JjilleJ ;rinl wounded on bonid a squadron of his iVl.-tJe�t>*sshi|i-.. led ttj Cajita.iii tlif Itiilit lloii.Lord liaiu Siuiirr pa>( tlie lialirriesi uf Mu^liiug and Ure*keiM, ou the ihii nt'Au;:ii>t. 18i)it. Litvinia. Cajitiuu Lixd  William Stuart, none killed or n-o.iudcd.. r.B�jalns,Cajif:tJD the Hod. G..U. Dhndas, none killed or -woundisi. Anu'th^jl, t'aplain Sir M. Seymour, I killc'l, V wounded. JSyinjihco. (,'nulain Krilh Maxwell, none killed or w'i^uBded. 8l:((iru, (Jn|itti:i C. W. Ku>^, nuiK killeti or tvuiiudcd. ilerotiir, C:i|Maiii 11. H. Ctiriflian.S wounded. |}r>'stil, Ca|ilaiil Ii. (ialwpy, n')ne killed or wounded. Uola. CaVtniii I*- Somervitt, none killed "r wounded. lerlHi, Captain W.lli.un TliOMip-on, � wotinded. Tola), CM o killed, nine wnanded. (.Visned) R. J. STllACHAX. N.tJWS of the kil'.etl and wounded on hoard a squadron of iVl:ijesty'$ stiipi, under llie direrlii>n uf t.'a|iluin the Right llon(iurab:e L,orJ William St�art, ou the lllh of Allsu^t, 1809. Atti�fh>6i, ftlichael Paftenun, kitlrdr JosepU. VkaSn^. tvuniiurd. L'Aigle, tliikailEgspiBoiu ftxtaU at miirimr% MIHit IfA iiaoL W lulFvlaraiQiaD^wuitadr^;; William BrawiAe*, h-y srcond fla.s9� dtliw;  fl. i~ VCwircLt.tit'*iwiil Hu>�l iMfc-riucs, ilitfi�; i tu luas U. cnimlma�t�r, ditto. Uetbiae, 2uu!ii,not mmed.slisbttY w'Uinded. (SiSntd) R. J. sTIlACIIAN. Kaasaroo. iutha Wftit-SchWd, Aim;. 13. Sin,-I had ilispatcheJ S;r Home I'jpham wish the sioop.s, brig*, and vessek, named in ihc mar. gin*, log th^r. with a light lioiilla, under Cap�ains Lyfofd, Lowf, uud tinck, up the Wc-t Schi-ld, to Sound and buny. the channels uf that ruer, to enable the' larg-r ships to advance, for liie (-.uriiose of pulling into csiecnfion Mic ullciior objects of tfds expeilitii�D. - Sir Home P.�pham has executed this service with hii nsual judi^nient and correctni-ss. 1 have the honour toi inclose, for their I^^rd-ships' infornution, a ropy of a letter 1 have receiv-cd frpiu Sir llichard R.-at", to whom 1 have givi-n the command of the nav.ll part ot o�r opejation� iit the upi-cr pSrt of both Si^helJ^, utitil I get the frinatvs advanced nndar Lord Wm. Stuart, and which wilt be"dtfne w.th the utmost diSpiMch.-I have ttici honour, to he, &c. (Signed) R. J. STiucn.vtc. Fort Batbz, AuiH� payable tliereouoa the Idiporuliun tljerv-uf iuto Great Urilaiu. tVar-VJiceyJug. 19. )2lh RfltimPntof l.,ipht Dm p, who exchanges. Veterinary Sur.-eon Jame� Casllev, fr-mi ihe loth Light Drucnons, to be Veterinary Surgeon, vice I'e-ron. who evchan^rs. Ijlh Dill", Veteriiiary Surgeon John Fernn, from tha l?lh Liirni Ora.i;)i�D�, tube Veleriuary Surgeon, vice Ca�fley, who exchnuKes. 23d Ditto, Cofiiet George Thorpe to be f.ieufenant, vice King, derpflsrd.    Knsign - Dndwell, from the 5tli Garritun Uatta>ion,tD be ljiCHl>-n:int, vice rnwerdrcenSrd, JI. J. Richardson., tient. to (ip Curnel.vici: 1 borpe,--- Cnmphell,Geni. to he Cornet. 1st Regiment o'Fool Guards, Willl.im Gordon Cameron, Gent, lo be Ensign, by purchase, vice Alex-.mder, who retire*. Ctrtd->trenm Regiment of Foot Gnards, Cn|>tain Montague John Wynviird to ke Captj in of a C"mp:m�. vic  l.ieut.-Colonel, vice Muter, drrea5ed.     rd, troin the Suuth Devon. .Militia, to be l'.iii Dill-. Lieufemiht Wm. Wade, to be Ciiptuinof a Cism-panv. vice Gauntletf, drrriurd. SOih Ditto. GeorjJeTpnlnn,Gent, lobe Knsign, by purchase. Vice White, promoted. 31�t DilKi. Liruteniint Peter Fe.aroB to be Capiaia gf a Com-paiiv, vicfe Lndge, derecued. 33ll Ditt'i. Lieutenant Reiijamin L. WTighl, from the 52d Flint, li> Ite Lieutenant, vice i'arloiv, who exrhaiij^ea. 3)lh Ditto, Captain Henry Charlei D'ckeos to V>r M^or. Iiv purchase, vice lirumbead, promoted in the ,7th Font. JSfh Ditto, Willintn Ilarrison, Gent, to be CujigD, by purchase, vice Cuir, promnled. 43i1 Ditto, Lieutenant Robert Siapsnn to be CapLiiii of a Company, vice Gardoei. deceased.   Knii;^ --^- Luno lo be Lienteunnl, vice Siiupsuh. ^lihDilto, Lieutenant-: Krwh, from tlie Royal Suulh Dmwh Militia, to l>e KtiM|;n. 47lh Diiio, Lieuleiiatil George M-ick-ty, from Ihe�th Garrison Uniialiun, to he Lieutenant, wittinut purcha^e. Ditto, Ivitfign Wip. Watson to he Lieuteiianl, without pxixbose, vice Gardiner, promotetl. 51.�t Ditto, Lieutenant Ralph Westrupp, from the I2th L'ght Uru;;it4iB�,, to tte'Lieuteuanlt vice IsIutwuihI, who cn-cliAuKcs. RttUejt.Dodd, Geut. lo be tntign, by purcbui>e, vice Lak^liuid, pruriioled. 5'id Ditto, l^iciitciiaiit G. U. Ilnrlow, from th�33 ice Wri^it, who eikchan^es. Chiirles Keiiiiey, Geiil. tn tie �nsigQ, hy piirchsisc, vice Burgeis, appMttted tn Ihe Coldiifieam Gii.ird^. 35ft>.Ottta^, iBneasMucdiinald Nicholson, Gent, lo be En- 8%B. without p�rch;l:>o. ^6lrt~WiU�v CVifii^n IJike Gndfny4i9 he Major, vice Orprn, Arcnied.' Ijteutenaut< JamesMnkrill, vii-etscMt, drceaa-cd, JuIin; Unmiltiit!. vice JanwD.' drcea^fed, and Uttiiiiio AP.Doi^nil, vice C'tidft-cy, to be Ciiptaim of Companies. i;iurpi� Allan Con, vice Hettius, deeeaieJ. John .M'lver, - vice Makriil, William llrackeutiury, vice Hiuuiltun, anil �. M. Irwin, vice M'Dougal, to be l,ie)ileniu)t;. V'olun-Icers William While, vice Coi, H�TcuIei Krerc, vice fiitlver,^^-- Alcucb.vice Hrakenbury, and Mariiu Lima, vice Irwin, f� be l:;u^iKll!i. 6-llh'IMtto, Lieillenant Charles Bennett to be Captain of u Cnm{iany, witlKtut purchase. 6Slh'llitiu, l-.nsigu Robert Carcw V^ogun, from the G'th Foot; to be Lieutenant, vice iirodie, tleceaiied. 67ih Ditto, KnsigiJ llerberi Vaughan, from Ihe 70lh F�ot, tfi be lln?ign, without purchase, vice VNognn, prmnMled in thefiTib Font. William Warburton, Gent, to be Eu-!.isn, without purchaiie, viceJurk-ou, wh  rei-if^o.-. 70th Ditto, George Uedford, (irnl. lo be i:n., w iiu resigns.   W. Hiaiti Gect. lobe  ditto, vice W|iue, proniotrdc in theUth,Foat. id Ditto, Aiisiifaiit-Jiur,fe�>o (iliver Dense, from the Donegal MilUu, to. b.�w\<�is(aut Surgeon, vice M'Kre, appointed tottu:Tid.Fu<�t.   ...... Sth Garri50irB.ittalio�, i:�iign John Waters, frttmihetiUt Fuiit, tube LieuCriuiiil, tice Aiackay, njipointed. to the 4'ib Foot., Roberi Warkh.im, Gent, tu be Ensign, vice .UodweUv fwuwtited iu ifceTad linUt Dragoons. Sd it aIi;iJi�o, .Liculenaiit Charles Wright tnian^afitbFoiit, to be Lieuieuant, v>ccMiiKrt, placed nathxJRelifvd iLicU.        ....       - IiXfc DDI*. iWjimiiiiT rimrtnrriT'f^rrhJ, frim the ?ih Foot, tujfe UrutenauU HOSPITAL STAFF.-Tobe S^tgeors i ih. Wallicr. from tlie 7th Foul ; John (j. Short, from tJi>- *t6Ui Fuott.J'vha Pntlet, from the 72il Fool ; J. Hrufi;.fr�!n the. had. Foot; J. R. Hume, from the 79�h .Foot; and Dejwiy Puirveyor Charlei'Map -oinnri of I.ieuletmiit-General Bere^fnrd, only, Aisistnnt..Siirgi-oR3 .-^u/uslui Westifrom theku Font; Johtx Cullaiider, I'runi ditto ; EdtvarH Keating, fr.>in the 6lh ^'.mi; John (ir-mth, from the �id Foul; Andrew H.illi- d;tv, trom the 4th Draj;'On (iuards; George Morse, frnm 4ih Drngonus ;  mnce-Office, Auggf^^b^ Corps of Royal ticKiaew5r,-,. Second Lieufena-it Hepry Cardew to be FirsT Lieateoaist, vice Slew.tii, proitioled. To he First l.i.uieminls, Second Lieutenant Anthony Marshall, George U, V\ ;:lj'in, Richard ilmit, Thumaj Siv-eUjo, :uij George 1'. I'lHJnip.uii- Comini,:im:a iiitiH-il by \S\9, Gent, lo he ditto, vice i;l lolmei, Geut, to be Cornt't, vice Cmllin^'. rrtigned. Thomas iHaauo, Geut. lu he diiio. vice Allprcss, piomotcd, K^.NKKUfTS. Richard Cooper, ParadisC-strert, .�>!. Mary-le-bone, plas-Irrcr, I"surrender Au;j. iu, S<-pt. i, and JO. ai twelve, .it Guildhall.   Alliirney, iMr. L'psloue, Carlca-rlrect, Ci-veiidi-li-�qu-ire. Jaiiiei iVurni.iii, Strood, Kent, ironmonger, de.ilerand chapman, Aug. '2.1, .'it Mtcive, Srpi. ly. at len, and 3j, at twelve, at fiiiilldii.'ill. Lui,diin. Auoruies, : s, Jloche>ler; aiid .Vir. .Aubre5^,'looks-cuuri,Cursiior-iitrcei, London. Roger l-'i.ckliugtmi. Winthorpe, Nottingham, and WiH:.-un Uickin^'uu, .NeMrark-upoo-Irenl, l>,uiKer�, Uealerd aud chapmen, Sept. G, aud 30, ut ten, at the Csrs. S.ukIy.� aud iliirlon, Crane-cuuri, ^'leet-ttreet, London j aud .\lr. M'Hef, Ilucliiiighain. William Hu '.-iiin->�i�iiie, Lou.luu ; aud Mr. .tiariiu, Ejicliange-buildint:., Hrifiol. laho l'i.-h>-r, I'.rie^tfield. Yorkshire, rltifhier, Aug. 25, at four, 3i, and Si-pt. i), ut elc\-en, ut rhe White Horse Ion, Leeilii. Aliwrnies, Mt. Slott, Furuivai a-iiio, jLou-dlihjaad.Mr. \Vood, Leedi.    fi^Bty Cow�rd, Leatlif r-laiie, H- Iborn, warehouseman, dealeraOil chapiUiui. Aug- titi^, i"id Sept. au, at twelve, at Guildnall. Atloroies, (>lrs-r9. Price auU William^, Linc'uIuViiin. rhom.w Murray, PateroiMcr-row, Spilnlljrlds shoenialter, dealer und Chapniao, Aug. 2i, So, and Styl. 12, at twelve, Guildhall. Attorney, Air, While, Um-ai{Uari., l.,ii,Cviii 9-Inii. .___ LOyDON GaZ^ITE EXTli.iORlSARYy bUNl>AY,  AliCUsT DuKning-slreet, Aug. 19. A di'pitch, of wtiich the follov,iiig is a copy, was this day received at the OlTire�f Vitcouni Cas. tlercagb, one of his .Majesty's Frincipal Secretaries of State, from Li' Hteiiaot-Ueni ral the Karl of Chatham, K. G. dated head-tpiarierj, Mididlt:. burgh, August 16, 1809. Ifead-quarters, Middlfburgh, Aujj. IG, 1S09. AIy Louu-1 have the honour of acquaiiiiing your L'.tiUihip, (hat on the 13th instant, the batteries before Flushing being comphtcJ, (and the frigates, bomhs- and gun-vessels, having at the same time taken thoir stations) a lire was upeoed at about half past one p. m. from iifiy-two pieces of heavy ordnance, witich. was vigoroii�ly return, ed by the enemy.   An additional bait ry of ?ix, %4-pounders was completed the same night, ai^, the whole Continued to play upon the town wit.h little or no intermis5i..iB tiiJ lj(o> on the fuHovting*. day. On the morning uf the 14th instant, about tea o'clock, the line of battle, ships at anchor in the Durloo Passage, led by Rear Admiral Sir KicharJ Strachan, got under weigh, and ranging up diong i the sea-line 
                            

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