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Day (Newspaper) - March 29, 1809, London, Middlesex EVERY AT six OCLOCK MMiCH i THIS DAVT who pfopoif to attend the rr thafaSuiaciaiy Rc iiiJuced upon njainst mav be price itoplit in ill containing small garden to p 10 as a Young Man tif rriOs a plain tiuiierstind m should be liappy to render himself Security if tnii tu the situution of Brewers t paid ailrircfsrd to will njttt with immediate ii of fui the a small neat ilnc two bcpt good dining back aad s u d TickcU to apply i iu ar a Spacious with esteiifive and a moderu ami with ConchhwH and a halt acre of land on the ami cs in wattot by wud t shall fur live a uud kitchen with ercry auiditd and ajproprittc with SB FROM JfARCH 27i of vhich the fullovring huvc this Day received LicutenantGoiicral liis Majestys Torces in tlie Lcewapl 1s to Viscount ane uf his Majestys Principal Secretaries MY had the hohour to report to your Lordship the sailing of itltearmy from Carlisle Bayupon the 28th ul now the sutibtacrton to acquaint your Lordshipthat we lauded in two dinsions uion tire The under ffieotttrsrof Lieu tenantGeneral SirGeorge Prevostj of tretween six and seven thousand al Biiy on the Windward in the course of the without opposition r andnot withstandincj the difficulties of the we a position on the banks of the Grande Lezard River before daybreak of the with corps ofnearly four thousand after a nfgfits march of seven through a diffi cult These services were greatly facH Stated by the judjciousand manly conduct of Captain of hii Majestysship Acasta who led into the Baj in preceded by hw Majestysbrig Captain The exertions and success of this measure were two transports only striking hi the narrow at the entrance of the Hitherto we have experienced no resistance from the militia of the and they mani fest a disposition every where toreturn to their Lordships tujisidcrstitm general reports of the J Colonel and subsequently remainder FT nr an Eleganf FREE attut pne mile from Croy dia y for a genteel stabling for ft fjr three excelleut tajitcftilly laid allut six One or tivo money may of the u to Le had of 11 Survryor J2 nsuof of upwards of three tliousand the command of ta Luce and Point Scjlpmon ou tfce moni the SOth but as that corps is not yet 1 cannot enter into any LieulerjiiitGeneral Sir George with the advaace iu unj take posscsssion oi the heights of Bruno in the cpiuse of this and am led toexpert will for the first teyl the puise of the regular of tiie r Cur idoSj only iiriwins thJSlhof SHAKES are by al TV under i eUiiu LoncJuo Jn their with iof in mldition to on the tiit 11 Ine Thixisand Wljole and th ou tlie Stconrl will ht Shares iu Pro Is vil ikyositcd M the previovA and delivered to the fortunate Proprie r l and Schemes and Sjiith Sea their ihi and all Src 9lil LOTTERY btijiiis Drawingthe Free Gift of 1000 tLv Prize the First Wbole furtho Futt Prize above ntnl brfidei I 2 Piizet of 10 COO j 6 1 500 Tickett ia all tlie Capital Tickets aud i ftlliuJ iu great but owing to locked up in Bank for is urcVy of all the Bold the AXTicc pots round a i if r it thiTcfnre by UH who aud rcjfiitercii thi Lust the LaH TliePort of which lies beyond the of by oiiev of Captain BcdVer of the be takenpoibtrbsiou ol this bv H letijtliraent of seamen andmarines the squadron o wiuri Under tne com ok Captain Dick of tiis Majiiatyb ship Pt Ttie with of the fleet and is in Hie viunity at trucntiante of Fort Ryai Cur operations to wuadward hsve vi oious aiid effectual point of and the of the troorAimve wen and borne in n manner worthy of the character of British From whnt has I am of opinion the inhabitants of tiie country manifest a friendly disposition and aftfr tlie heights of Surirey be which I evptct will be strongly tiie cainpaigu will be reduced to the of a and the defence of the The services rendered by the Captains and reat all in he supplied the same thrir post aecoinpa Bank or tost Office m LEAD SILVER M Thsmns of the operations of the army 1 to 1 no twg leave to tlie spe cial reports of theGeueral Officers aud of General bri gade was iu actioii upon the withseparate of our loss upqirthe 1st and am inclined to will teriniiiateour ope rations in the Tlie lower Fort was aken possession offaefore daybreak in the morn ng of the by JIajov coinmanri ny tlie Royal York with that regi without and we now occupy that surrendered to LieutenantColonel ihe day beibro and I have not yet received the de In the of where the cooperation of tlie navy was the greatest exertions have been made Gy the llear and impartautudwmtiiges rendered on shore by thut exetlleiit in the Jid the landrnv and amniunU tion at Point arid convey ing the several batteries on that sidtj havi the jighest importance to the Kings To Lord H if conformity with youv 1 dis embarked on the OOcn with the Fusilcer Brigade of tlie lirbt of the at gre in at tour oclock and proceeded from thence to Oe cfcuuxs i artiveJ n thediflicultiei 01 TIK the uniavouruble state of the roattiiier tiie aiovcmeiii el Before the dawn of the next day I reached and proceeded hum theriee with the ofthe FusiieerKegi aud the Grenadier Company of the West India the retiring te iore I reached the heights of De Borks Estate towards wiiere I was joined at on the 1st by BrigadierGeneral Hoghton with tlie 23d Regiment and the Light iniuatry urderthe command of Major at the West India 1 lost no litue this aud for the Honoaralile LieuteuantCplonel Pa with the Royal Fusi topossess himself of BTUUO tliis movement I snyi ported the Light Infantry under who was after uniting the to proceed to force the heights of whilst I held the Royal Welch in reserve to strengthen such points of attaek as might require As the greater con ducted by thtTSngadjerGenenil with I which at of that under Major which had joined by after the action on the river The enemy collected a coasiderubfe force chieily drawn from Fort Bourbon todrfeud the approaches to the heights of by imall Held and Iya very strong Notwitlibtanding such formi dable LieutenantColonel seconded by the exertions of Lieutenant ColoiR1 Majors Poavsehvand of the determined brafey of thewholc after repeated by a very spi rited compelled the eiremy to tike Uuniler the cover of their and esta blished his position on the At this moment yon resumed the of the and in confofniity with your F brought up the remainder of the Royal Fusi and the light to the heights of I have the honour to DAN To LieutenantGtueral Sir Bii la Febraary division under my command landed at Luce early on Monday the witUout I hadpreviously directed the Royal York by Major to hind at Anee to take the on Point and to possess himself of the heights coiuuiandiug Pigeon shall now beg leave to ivter to his vrhu accompanies To it I have only to tha j Abraham Eq tuo Blog irhfu ofthcst without hill the irijrn of y were worked with the suc rit time the xtftini and iOA rfjrn thf i rf the the u uf whiCi piitMl llic Vot out H ii I f pcrsuos u the a highly pi v wSrly for hare to the arc otTciiU to the it will is whiib minin Sjircula are of the sutantot rtn only he to i a iHrtii n of wairi they re now of 5i per Each li imra of thi price of Rt tiwc plncc the riunt c a further of oh afi1 of tbra jsi of the only cacb tiikh it is connidcrcd he inH uaU no ciil caa OC the coacyrrijucc uf tbe SUnist nt publir MiJ of tliP nay he liw Office o Offieers of the navy to windwardbave been g and arid the exertieus of of the principal agent for pe culiarly I have the honour to The Righi Lord Viscocint HcijlitB of 1809 MY my of the 1st had the honour to report for hii Majestys infor mation the progrebu then made in our operations against the enemy my expectation General Sir George Prevost would meet upon Morne and that the heights of Surirev would be warmly was realised in thecourae of the same and both were car ried under the direction of the with that decision and judgment which belong to this respectable and muck to the honour of BrigadierGineral the Orhcers and men of Fusilier Brigade and Light engaged on that On the 3d it appeared to me to be desirable to extend to tlw right of our which was effected hi a spirited manner by the Kmg a m An exertion was then tp carry the MlviJiccd reuoubt but having soon to ihut it have been acquired with a lossbevcrd the vilue of the the and the enemy aban doned it the with another contiguous ti marta of disor iUr boili will be occupied and included in our position this Pigeon Island at diwretion which enables the enter Fort RoyalBay all their batte on tlio Case Navitre side have been destroy uid a frigate some mer cniiutvereeli the lower fort and all their troops withdraw u frooa Fort Royal toOio principal I consider the inveititure to be nearly and we must now look lor the operationi Time but your Lordship willperceive that these hive been effected iu eight days from cor quit notwithstandingheavy rams and mwt uiiiavbQiable which the troops borue every privation in a worthv their ehnracter as British I have the hdiiour to Com Tlie RigVt Lord Visconnt on my coming on tlie hfctghts of 1 innumerable proofs of the valour and judgment of the of the eVcellence of the Fusiletr of the spirited and judicious of Lieut Colonel Ellis ajid Majors Pearson and oi the 23ds or Royal AVelch also of the aravery of Major Cariipbell and the Light In fantry all of which have enabled Dit to retain this valuable position without within three hundred of the enemys in trenched camp covered with The of licers belonging to uiy btai disimguished them selves by their zeal and activity heat of the I have to lament the loss of actiug Deputy Quarter Muster who was severely whilst rendering etiec tuul services to his I cannot omit that to Lieutenant the Royal 1 am indebted for the rapidity of our and uitimate from hisacquaintance with this which enabled him to guide and direct our move is a return of killed 10 Rank and w rics ed The day we we marched to neigh bourhood of and kiy to Riviere We halted lot a supply of provisions ou the 1st ol the month on the 1iavrlied from tiie Riviere Sallte to Lamanttn on the 3d from Laiuanlin to Chatnpin La wrtini of the enemy s pcisitioa covers the laiidingplace Vc met with no The militia was nanieious but as we advanced ra and intercepted thj main body near La they and agreed to disperse and return to their The Royal York under the com mand of Major the same day with the rest of my division upon another point and having the battery at Point marched and gained the heights above Pigeon He was not BrigadierGene ral Sir Charles commanding and BrigadierGeneral commanding the the construction of the The necessary ordnance landed in a small west of Point Noire Cap tain Cockburn of his Majestys ship Porn pee the the mortars and howitzers to the butteries by the greatest possible exertions and nothing can exceed what has been reported tome of great exertions of Captain Cock The morning of the 4th tiie isTand sTirrenctcr our batteries having done great execution among the uTrson the night OKthe 5th instant my division marched from La Croiisades and by Des to ou present Coste above Point which completes the investment on the west side I have every reason to lie highly satistiedwrtl the troops I have the honour to command nei ther officers or soldiers Lave failed in exertion and in bearing the great fatigue of the rnarct with exemplary I have the honour to Signed the Fort GforSR or Return arid cf I judfr flic Command Sir I Bart af the lit nf 7th or 1st g Rank BRITISH KU Mf T HOUSE Further MARCH the wen until after the Tlie Toharco anit Core laiportatiun Bills were a ccouxl second i HOUSE OF MABCH KOJTE SfjiWR ihc Onlci of the far Wicl icailin of the Sunday Toil After a few objections tl ivaa rcMil u srcojiil and ordered to be FAVE moved that Huxley SainionAj to the in onicr 10 lie Citptuin Sanrion hciiiflrhroiiffht ti tLe in tie nily of the at I lie SpKAiir m n niat on the inormity of the iificace had drawn on urn Htj Of the liuust and h vf the he llrit is hcaltli was liU ly tu ue aficcttu ly his turltlcr Mauce it pleasure oi the Uouae bat he should on rayiHg hi3 SaARTIIBR thut the House do isolre itself into a of the to oiisiiler uf the 41st of Geofge the reia n1 to the of This priKreuirsr wns Opposed by Sir lr and It UQS itud the Clmncellor ci the Ot Oil a iho ituinhers aie AVVA A 12 as granted to in the Mr AViuTiKSAO 10 ask tlur Pinht Gcu Itman rfce natmR uf ttc Tieuty with Spiin prcvionn to the neut our couiiarstiins with that and at ime the Coiameicial Treaty was CANNINC rf that the iijTicdj was such as is usually sigjcd on entering tto micahlp alliaqce and tha the Treaty of Comuu rce was executed and signed on the of as a feundeil ou a iKjofiation with the Spanish tills The having resolved itself into a Committee of the Customs Duty Consolidation The CHANCELLOR of tiie entered into of advaiitages t he derived which he hated IdCreate nn eventual addition to revenues of the crruntry of He cou iy moving that he girtn ttf iring in the The Slilitia Lill after some oppositic rom Lord AKCHIBALD H AMI eomrnitteu ana or be On the Motion of Lord the Militia Bill was read a secoud and m committed I Leave SWEDISH STATE The Letters Patent and Proclamation of t Royal Highness the Duke of gent of the Swedish to all the JV tates of concerning a General D f to be held on the 1st of in the under of to ovr Pro clamatim if and 9 I Raul aad File wountled 4 and 2nd or Royal Welch lt l nnfc and Uiikd 3 79 Rank and 1 Si S Hani Dtfachinciit or tlie Ht Vint India 1 aad the h have found cuilfd upon to taki tin rein of CiovcriliKent xs in orec r to country frora ucavoidablc we live cuiwiilcrcd it of the to with the States the Realm upon tlie means wlich inuj1 procure and tvnfirm tbe future liappiness of the and tout a1 ihe States of the may assemble in the Captal uf tie Kingdom re the 1st of May and that not tie may coniiuet by tbc for the House of the 5ti of by Kins of mcniovy ni d rivivcd uud bjKiag on the of 1 but thr oilier as send may ohrnvc the orders From the Clprsy are expected to appear the every from his the first Pastor in witli many iVom as ofthf other n at all piovided ivith necessary letters of in orifit t may beahlo to htsrin the Jict and after itbein giviT you to iCtini tvery oie of a s of JA and ou this I have the honour to GFOBGE To LieutenantGeneral ftcc of SIRI have the honour in obedience to your I moved from the Ha bitation Bork at seven with the light commanded by Major Camij and bting joined on the heights of Bnirio by the LieutenantColonel with the 7tk the rifle company the 23d and the grenadiers of the West India I proceeded towards the heights of agreeably to my The column was scarcely in motion before a con siderable body of the enemys regular forces com manded as has been since ascertained by of Brigade was discovered very ad van tugeously posted on the declivity of a with the river Monsieur in their and one or two field pieces on their Having recen noitred their I determined to attack although the light artillery attached to brigade could not be brought The LieutenantColonel with the nfte company and grenadiers of the and the rifle company of the dirtqted to the and Major Campbell with the light bat tolibn the left of the enemys whilst I proceeded to attack them HI front with the bat talion companies of tlie aud the grenadiers of the 1st West The result proved in evenrespect as was to be expected from the bravery and ft troops which 1 had the honour to have placed under my com The enemy were dnven back part of their position vith and retired in tlie greatest disorder The LieutenantColonel Pakenham havinft turned the rightilank of the pnshed fohard towurrls the heights of supported in the of 6iU sabpiued to 1 Kaik l Csp 1 2 yo Rank and wounded 3 Bank and 1 35 Tank aud killed 1 2 S 4 2 183 Rank and wounded 1 Subaltern 1 12 Rauk and Officer of the Royal Acting Deputy Officers of tfce 3d Weft Jndin ef the 4th of the Ilifle Company Royal West India Officer of the 1st VSest 1ida taken T Sipicd Acting Deputy under the command of Sir George PrevoBt Itturn of and tx First Di tjVos of the Arayujian the Height 1st SO rank aud killed 1 Field u l rank and wounded 3 rant and 1st Field 4 rank anil mnk and rid Rovnl 1st 3rank and killed 1 1 19 rank and wouwfed 1 Detachment 1st West ludia rank and 1 14 rank and file killed 1 Field 1 2 36 rank and by rtheiiight wing ofL Colonel Pkcnham Contains Rowc and ond Lien iut Boskelly v I ielf Comphcll of the Royal Vieit India Rasecrs Hopwood AiddeCajnp to and we GiTcnat the Kinds March t GENERAL Mircli his Foyal Duc larhi retiucftfd hii rCrJtiisiioR r iiiiatiou iii as in Ci it and liavins hotn to accept Uis comuiaailud it to ht cev has appointed Gereral i Comruandcr in Clinf his Aiu thority with which IIB Yurk held that v HARUY A i 1 t E to Luke ef The Commanrfcr in CUirf L n rommand to known ro On luii thought Ct cunraiand t Xicns sha lirrenflir bo strictly obf at in promotion in tlie and SOP t No shnll be to tlie r k of imtil he lius three yeais sniulti u No OiHcciftiall be promoted to ho tas been siren V in of which Imvc bccu at twu No Officer shall be to thr until he has liiuiyearsNJc of which be hive h at two Von of the qf ibe the Banlc TJ No Officer If sllovtcd tn fill taff that of ha LUS one year a I3y trio in HAKH Letters of the of tts IQfli instant from Cadiz anroonce perfect rebtoratiou of trau quillity in that The Sumerne had published a n to remove ith rtqjcct to the prrhensions entertained wit rtqjcct to of Poles and Germans strviee or from among the prisOHevs of s and aln to the of iroi and al to for lovHltytne Jnntu upon fto and the Fatlier itsen Gunrdiai erf the a ieoacd j
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