Military Register, October 18, 1815

Military Register

October 18, 1815

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Issue date: Wednesday, October 18, 1815

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Location: London, Middlesex

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Years available: 1814 - 1821

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Military Register (Newspaper) - October 18, 1815, London, Middlesex THE MILITARY REG 1.V Vol. 85.] WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 18,1815. Pr}ce Is GENERAL SUMMARY &c. We are called upon by a friend of Lieut.-Gen. Sir George Prevost, Bart, to whom we have been indebted for some intimations respecting the charges against him, to state what is meant by Sir James Yeo having framed a pa? I of the charges against His Excellency ; or whether any are contemplated from any other quarter. To this, with that directness which should prompt every person, we do state that we know of none ; and that, moreover, we believe that the idea has no other foundation than in one of those numerous literal errors, which unfortunately have been too frequent in our paper-the substitution of thr^e for these ; which induced the journalists, who all copied from us, to suppose that three only of the charges were framed by Sir James Yeo. We shall take early occasion to speak far-ther of these charges ogainst Sir George Prevost, for which we shall have sufficient time ; gince it is not true, as the journals pretend, that the Trial is fixed for next month ; at least Sir George Prevost has no such knowledge. We intended to have drawn the attention of our readers particularly to the last publications of Cobbet and The Observer, but have no room this week. They are extraordinary instances of patricide. Of unhappy Ireland we wish to say little ; we were gratified to learn but just now that notwithstanding the prevalent accounts are but too true, yet the present disturbances have by no means assumed the coniplexion of the rebellion. The sailors on the Tyne, have assumed an absolute mastery at Sunderland, which asto-n;sh