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London Pues Occurrences (Newspaper) - July 4, 1847, London, Middlesex �T77&- - Vol. XLVi. P Numb- 51. TIE* CCURRENCES: From SATURDAY July the 4th, to TV ESDAT July the 7th. 1747. f 0J Uji xrnved one BJtiJh Pjtqutt wfab brojtgii i wt I,on rfaa LONDON GAZITT 1. 4dmirMt)*0fli-e> fune 3c IS Mijf fly's 5hip the Kent and Hampton-Court of 70 Guns Eagle and Lyon of 60, Cheffer of to. He<3or of 44 nns, and rf* Piuro and DoTph n _ F r ihirK, cruizing ar Sea under the ,,.103^ ofCapttin Fox. on rhe loth Inft, at 4 theMorning in the Lttimde 0*47 d, 18 m. N� ,fp;0 tupil bearing S?
fc>on *fter �*��" JonrrLlgohier fent Lieutetun't CWotfel Forges to cjiami -his Royal Highnefs; that he imagined the a�ay w'sJuItg�mg to attack us, or to endear our to outfl,nk us, and cut us off Iroro M.eftricbt: JrSLT[!f* his Ro'r*1 Highnefvwetit immediately ;,w7- a' and 6eCved th� Mtrflal 10 put ihe ^btinftantiy under Amu. . Hour *fter tbrt fci$ *oy�* Highdeft �3�" V?L*ere' arJ M Ws Di.pofttioni in .P,f^h"B*ttcrie$J Enemy append tomAI ia !�^<2o.luam'11 B�t�lio*s a-btuft. ia order w at"^ �imaii&icloUitc mat* *Jxnn four wake fmall Houfes in it, where haJ four Batt�.lions polled ; and about that vKllape alone almoft the Whole of the Action yds, wf j h Utfed abont four Hours, after it had /Seen taken and retaken four Times; �nd when/ we hid made ourleives Matters ot it by the Affiance of our own detached Troops, which cnae to us from the Right,the Line of Foot without the Village began to give Way a little j they were again put in Order. His Royal Highnefs then went to for* that Part of the Cavalry which had beer, in DHorder, but found himleli cut off by fome Squadrons of French Giyalry, which had broke in, and was obliged tJ retire to our Cavalry, who, by thar Time, had charged and brake the Eneny's fir ft Line, and afterwards^ while his Royal Highnefs �ki with thefn, charg'd a fecond Time, and broke the Enemy *ti,n i but purging them too far, received a Fire from fome Foot who l Comets Ogilvy, Herrington, Ballamain. Brown, Wounded. Lieut. Wauchope, Douglas j Cornet Huntj Quarter Matter Carliflej Miffing. Ric*Y* Cornet and Adjutant Simpton, Miulrig. Rw^e't Lieut. Gordon, Cornet Hay, Kill'd. Lieut. Arroftrongi Quartcr-Mafter Seaman, nVounded. Cope'u Cornet Balmere, Miffing. Hii Sfffi/ Higbnefi tbt Dul^'u Lieut. Col. Lord Ro-bertSutton, Woundedi CaptainsOtway, Hall; Kirk ; Lieut. Kirk; Cornet Kenton� Quarter Matters Evans, Simpfoo, Miffing. Third Raiment. Enfign Brown, Kill'd, Bufi. Capt. Hacker i Enfign French, Kill'd. Cap� tains Crosby, Stoyte; Capt. Lieut, jocclyn; Mr. Mills, a Voluntier, Wounded. WUjtu Licuti Colonel Martin i Major Lafacefille j Capt- Cathetwood; Lieut. Conwanyj Enligns Wiltooi Webbi Hamilton, Wounded. Capt. Migot, Kill'd. . FuittmyU. Lieut. Haddock Killed. Capt. Stafford j Enfigns-ISayldr, John Hollyday, Woonded. Major Otseni Hotttrdu Lieut, Col. Williams > Major Petitoej C .pn Mailers; Lieutenants God-dardi Browne, Martin, Philips > Enfigna Dob-Ion, Fuller, Wounded. Su&b.futMttrt. Capt. Leflle, Wounded- ITeifb tu.ikTu Capt.Jobnlon, KiU'dt Captains Fortclcue, Itard, Baldwin; Lieutenants Eyre, ftichi Gregge, Arday� Macbiachiad, Hewitj and Qkes, Wounded. . . Crmfvrd'i. Lieut. Koight, Kill'd. GapX Lxulk^ Lieu tenants Stephens, Gore, Wounded. DcKids*!. Major Roper, Kill'd* Lieut. Col. Rofs, Capt. Fuller, Lieutenants Rogers* Farquhar, Rofs, Wounded. ?�W��s. Lieut. Col. Lotion* Major Ucrti Capt* nerrielli Lord Glaigow, Lieutenants Gardiner, Edmonitone, Cope} fiaflgnsMooypenny, Fran* combe, Morrifc, Wounded* Ettmun'i. Major Petrtei Lkuc Brodje, KHlfd. It, Col. Jackfoni Gap rains Morgaqi pod4l GOre ; Lieut Aikland i Enigns Vactun, Qaiacan, El-ringtop, Sccongj Pftftter. Wounded- 11 ST of tbt tbtmbv *tOf**ri,&(. �/ biiM*rfi/i Bra&Fna Killed&i, uit* J�tw* if M&ktZu- : t) a. . � CAVAUt %*&timbMra$>D*lv*ai' JaUllcd. 14a &aok �oi i*!", i34Horfes. Wounded, t Lieutenant.Co" lonel, i Captains, 1 Lieutenmr, 4 Cornets, j� Rank and File, 11 Hotfes. Muring, two Lieute-nanrs, 1 Cornet, 1 Seijeint. Sir Ribirt Riro'i. Kii-ed, i R k. .MiiSng, 11 Rank and F 17 Henes. Ei'l o( Rotbt'i. Killed, 1 Lieutenant, 1 Corner, I Scrjranr, ii Rank and File, WojndfH, 1 Lieu-rerj.nt, z Serjcms, i Drummers, ao Rink and File. Miffing, 1 DnaTimers, 98 Horles. Quern'i RytiKe^imnt. Killed, 4 Horles. Wounds eJ, g Rink and File, 4 Horfec. Mi/nng, 1 Coi-net, 5 Rank and file, u Horles. fft'i Roul Higbnefi xbt Dutt'u Killed, 3 Rank and File, j7Ho les; Wounded, 13 Kank and File, 3 Horles. Milling, I Lieutenant-Colonel, 3Captains, 1 Lieutenant, 1 Cornet, *3 Rink and Fi;e, 50 H or ies- Tnj.1 of Gfvxlrj. Killed, I Lieutenant, 1 Cornet, 1 Serjeanr, 198 Rank and File, i^r Horles. Wounded. 1 Lieurenant-Colonel, 1 Caprain*. % Lieutenants, 4 Cornets, 1 Serjeants, i Drumners, 91 Rank and File, i3 Horles. Miffing, 1 Lieutenant Colonel, 3 Captains 3 Lieurtnams, 3, Cornets, j Serjeant, 2 Drummers, 80 Rank ana File, 187 Horles. In Ml 398 Men, and 3I0 Horfcs. H N F A N r R Y. Setovd BxttiHon of the lit Regiment of Quriu Killed,' ^ private Men. Wounded, 31 private Men. Miffing, 37 private Men. Second Bxitilton of the 3J Regiment if Giuhff. Killed,' t Enfign, 7 private Men. Wounded, I Serjeant, 18 private Men. Mi ling id private Men: Lieiitetunt-jtne'il How ting, 15 private Men. Fulieun'u KiUed, 1 Lieutenant, I Drumaler, i> private Men. Wounded, 1 Capain, 1 Lieute^ nant, I Enfign. H Serjeants, a Drummers, 76 private Men. Miffing 57 private Men. Mti^Generti Howard's. Killed, t Serjeant, 13 pri^ Vate Men Wounded, l Lieutenant Colonel, & Major, 1 Captain, 4 Lieutenants, 1 Enfigns, � Serjeants, 1 Drummers, m private Men. Mil-fing, % Serjeants, ii private Men. tbrtbBruijbFuzUters- Killed, 7 private Men. Wounded, 1 Captain, I Serjeant, 16 private Men. Mii? fing, 11 priva�Men. Welch finiiieru Killed, I Captain, t private Man, Wounded, 3 Cptains, 5 Lieutenants, 1 Enfign, S Serjeants, 34 private Men Miffing, 1 Enfign, � Serjeants, 18s private Men. Otufarifi. Killed, i Lieutenant, 4 Serjeants, i Drummer, 16 private Men. Wounded, 1 Cap^ tain, i Lieutenants, j Serjeants, i Drummeri, 60 private Men. Miffing, 1 Seijeants, 24 private Men. Dougiii'i. Killed, 1 M"ajor. 4 private Men; Wounded, 1 Lieutenant-Colonel, 1 Captain. 3 Licure* nanb, 4Seijeants, 1 Drummerj 61 private Men. Miffing, J 3 private Men. $obnion'i. Killed, ai private ken. Wounded, t Lieutenant Colonel, 1 Major, t Captains, 3 Lieu, tenants, 3 Eniign*, 4 Serjeants, 60 private Men. Miffing, s private Men. Be*i�t'i. Killed, 1 Mijor., i Lieutenant, i Ser* jeants, ai private Men. Wounded, 1 Lieute-naniiColonel, 3 Captains, 1 Lieutenant, 4 Err* figns, 1 Serjeant.', i Drummers, 74 private Men* Miffing, I Enfign, 8x private Men. Ibtdi of Ufatrj- Killed, i Majors, t Opbins. $ Lieutenants, x Enfigns, 9 Serjeants, 5 Drummers. 177 private Men. Wounded, J Lieutenam*Co* loneis, jM**or*. it Ctptajns, to Lieutenants. 14 En%oa, 34 Serjeants, u Drammers, 71^ pri* vate Men. Miffing, 1 Captain* a Eangns, t Sen /cants, ;i4 pr>va.te Men. In aU 1510 Men. J8.B. In this Rejurn,li?e/^i'� iHd Gm&df* Regiments afe �ot fee down, the Regiment^ pot having Asps 2a their putkuitc. ROY 4itvAl't| It %%t. Ma/or Michel fpn, Xjeaj.n M'aVe^.^MMlffn. ter, Stephens and Gogney, wotttded. Capt F*x�5 , euhatlooa Litau Cr*f fordj 4a�i&nt>. , ' Major ^.fcrW^Woi), woufcded. tCoo^^^QcrpmUi, i7GtmoeJ�,4J Mstrofici XouTorArtJlWy. krlleJ. wounded, �nA aik fing, 8a. .. Jh* lad of ih� LOHDQWAZiTTtt
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