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Dublin Journal (Newspaper) - July 16, 1812, Dublin, Dublin a LONDON Downing July A which following ra been this day receirtd at Lord Bathfirttt to the Earl Of by General the Of dined SftUdtancBt 18th The army crutied the Agtteda on and inarched forward in three the troops under Don CaYlos dEspana forming a four h i and the whole arrived upon the a rtvulet about miles from on the The enemy llhetoed tome and A imaU ISody of infantry t In front of the town on that and manifested a design to hold the heights An the moth side the Tor hot their cavalry vrett immediately driven in by ourV and the fcnemy evacuated SaUrmanCa on the nigfet of the IS leaving a garrison of about eight hundred Kpeo in the fortifications which they had erected on have fallen Into the hands for met his horse and the latter being have the honour to LientenamGtaenl 8r fcowland Mill Ac TO KITAMT shalf toon as is hafe rectivisd an arconot of irftne of the fenaneet perfonned by round what they call Hutf Wttttt it n under at a tehcrne opposed to is also tinder The Dublin 3V LT fawoih the they had erected cfa fc tf object on the toiwof the Colleges and Convents whkh be during which we lost tsUdt iney have i am have By the fire from these they protect the passage Of the by the bridge And oat dossed thai river yesterday morning by two which are in this The forts were Immediately invested by the tith under the command of Major General and having been accurately it was found necessary to break ground before this ddne last and I hop that we shall commence our fire tomorrow morning from eight pieces of alt the distance of three hundred yards from the principal of the enemys the possession of which I give us the possession of the General Clinton conducted these It is impossible to describe the joy of the peo ple of the tipwn upon our They have now been suffering for more than three during which time the among other acts of have destroyed thirteen of twenty five and twentytwo of twentyfive Colleges which existed in this celebrated seat of The enemy retired by the road ro and their rearguard was about fifteen miles from hence last night i they retired again this morning by the same and 1 understand that they intend to collect their army Ob tbeDouiOt between Toro fcfld li enclose a letter from Lieutenant General Sir Rowland Hill and its being two from giving an accpurit of an affair which he had with the enemy on the llth in owing to the eagerness and impetuosity of the contt Jetablt loss Was I have reports from the stating that Ge neral Ballasteros had had an action with the enemy near onjthe In of which 1 have riot received rhedetails or any regular confirma ftotwithtjanoing there is no doubt the The resiilt been stated differently the two and it is reported by enemy that Ballasted badly buttney have reinforced their troops in that direction linee frort which ft to be in frred that tbi tf their side at near tn forwarding theincloted return of the which occurred I feel ftmydutf tb in addition to what I had the honour of com municating to you that ouf mitfnrtunes arose fromjoo gttat eagernettarid zeal in the after bfcvlng the first each regiment vying with each other who should most dufuigaish itself which gave him an oppor tunity of bringing op fresh and nf Charg ing us at a time when we were in I beg leave again to that the exertions of the officers to restore order was conspicuous hut the two regiments having got mixed ia the uld the prisoners we had I am grieved to It is me to be I The Magiitrares of those able to that the enemy lost in tricti an5to hare tbe power of searching for stolen An Holyhead Mail and the Chester ByeMail arrived since oar In an abhe and appropriate speech in the Houseiof on Friday stated the outline of the Ltgislativc measure which fs meant to be founded on the fteport of the Secret The proposed law is to be not only as to but with reipect to space also j it is not to tinue in fotce longer than to give Parliament an opportunity of assembling to act as circumstances may and not te extend beyond the wounded full at much as arid considered completely have the honour to To Sir Signed Rowland JOHN SLAIJEt owland Jttturn if Coataltut which ocewrof in Staff Brigade of in oH Affittr uttA the fritfiy ntar on the Sd Dragoon 9 rank and Wled t t rank aod file wounded t 1 C C7 rank and misting 1 horse ouuuig j 7 troop hOrtes wounded Ut rank and Inllsd j 19 rank and wohaded 1 4 rank and mitting 1 horte or secreted without having firyt a lion made respect to the as at present required by v areHkewue to nave the power of callihg on the to give uptbeir receipts being at the same time in order to Vhe custody of tbe same and of immediately dispersing any tttrflultuary without allowing them an at pre to after tbe Riot Act has been read Those who do not Immediately when so are td be liable to punishment for a and the Magistrates to have not the power of but also that of offenders to io order and wounded f rank and stating 1 horte woaaded 1 mitting 6 troop nonet killed 14 wounded 197 t Mtmet tf Sd Dragoon r itt Signed s JOHN Totoi front the 1 S 8 6 I and to hold the Magistrates of the disturbed counties are to have Jurisdiction over tht adjacent in order that offenders may not defeat the ends of by passing with impunity over the borders of the county in which their offences have been is tbe outline qf the measure proposed by Lord It met With general approbation and support and the AW A a f The officer is a and Aidedecamp to ral pot veW Y MY Mi t have the honour to transmit to Lord copies of reportsSwhich 1 have received frooT MajorCentral relative to an affair two regiments of the brigade of cavalry Oene Jvls A of which the following is in hat been received by VUeount hii Ma jettys Principal Secretary of State for Foreign from Charles Envoy Bstra ordioary and Ntinitttr Plenipottbtiirj Jupe Letters from General Hills aspect of the disurbances being far less formidable and alarming than rumour in the first instance So MMA we are decidedly of o n that dated at TJafra tbe state that Drouet I having been reinforced by three has I moVed forward to Llerena with seven thousand men i and that a column of thirteen thousand mem underthe command of Marshal which is advancing from Seville towards was eipected to arrive at Olallaon the evening of the same General HiIt accordingly marched bacVby tbe 1 toad of SartU Martha to in which latter L the proposed expedient is perfectly adequate to the exigency of the Twb Anholt with letters from burgh of the 4th and German Papers to a late date have been principle cle of their is a confirmation of the I port of a Treaty of PeAce having been concluded v IUII PARNBLL rose to oppose the after sayTng a few words against itk ft than he Bill be read a that day three After some conversation between HerK House divided on A For tbe For the The Bill was then read time STAT0 09 Tbe Order of theDayfcetalutig the Secret Committee ibto zurtbeV Lord io calli the House to tbe subject now in proposing to tbe HottjNHtti Report of the wa and on accbUnt of plain the reaions ary to call the attention olf tbe present disturbed of House would dmlt that which it was thtnr diatf t5 induce them to bring this sat it bad been their wfsb i vour to preserve the public peace by the course of and in was their jbgpe woafti have been enabled to Abstain from ing such measures at without being guilty of an a The delays which had taken House would consider as an earnest ojf tha or Government that Parliament might be SJUottl alter tbe arduotta without being called Qpon to give attention to that which now brought their and certainly tftey reason to indulge such as disturbed counties and the town of Notthr in bad been restored to a state of parariVe tranquillity by the exercise of the ord Theformer has and Russia and resigned all her late conquests enabled to oppose her the French cannot tracted much longer in the The letters from Petersburch to the Uih mention that the Emperor V J lt J ll f m i returning thathel course 6f Gooimtssjoners bad sent down to Lancaitei and and with the means which Magistrates had it in their power td call it was wbuli have been sufficient to repress the eyil withxHtttoy further aid from the dfc in their bad asit racter which at first Ihey did not Thread assumed more of a military character i they L snore regulan more and obnsequentlf i formidable than they had at first appc to They had been marked by an desire for and that desire for arms bad s that his Government would have failed io their duty oot to brought the circumstances under of The communication lattty received Iroro to a he was loined by the atid and the 1 lib Portuguese Cacadores from by the Spanish troopi upder the Conde de Penne Lieutenant Aide Sir William took twenty five French dra goons and an in skirmish near Llerena on the m which I am sorry to obftrrve wii have suffered and have not gained jtfie advan wbich might have MajorGeneral advanced and to have proceeded the following day in the direction Of La to odwr a reconnoiisance to made by the Count de Pehne VUtemiar on that fcpm The iratb dragoons under General which had been stationed in tbe neighbourhood of had however moved at the ame lme towards Palencla db los and Slade was induced io bung him to Whilst I forward these reports to J shall feel it my duty to cause further inquiry to be made into the circumstances of this and shall have the htmour of biuWating them to your have the honour to Signed Earl of June Halfpast I beg to have the honour of stating to that the whom 1 reported this iriorning to have been advanced upohtiis about nine the 17ih and 29ih regi ments of dragoon under General I advanced with the 8d dragoon and attaoked and him three to within a short distance of where I had an opportunity of charg him broke bis first and killed a it real among the number a Captain of the 29th and took an Aide de Camp of Genera LAlUitrand 1 am sorry to cor Jots has been as the brought a and my troops being too eager in were obliged to rejinquUn grea number of prisoners which we had and fall back upon this Nothing could exceed the gallantry displayed by the officers and men on in Which Col Sir Janby Calcraft and LteutenuntColbntil comminding the two pvni cularly distinguished Jb wekl at all ihe oiKcers i beg partivularlyto report the conduct of Bri to whom i feel particularly Indebted for assistance on thu 1 not vet been able to coileos tbe I sun concerned to say Lieutenants t the aod the 3d Jsjjto Cbpy of a iVetter firottt Admiral Young to John Wiltoti dated on board to off th4 5tH great pleasUre in transmitting for Lordships a letter from bis Majestys sloop giving am accoupt of his having attacked fourteen of tbe j march and d corps enemys and driven three of tbeta oh I is to be drawn toeei enemys t have no doubt of their Lordships pleased with Captain Lennocks quickness in deciding and hit skill and spirit in executing Ibis attack j the merit of which is greatly enhanced and grati fication attending the success of it by being obtained b the enemys port i the guns of his and in the face bf bis have the honour 6 Hit Ship off the 1 July have the pleasure to inform that when hauling over tbe Droograan yesterday after 1 perceived several of the enemys flotilla that had been exercising contrderably to leeward in and was induced to stand on to ascertain if there was a possibility of cutting any of the detachment which Consisted of fourteen brigs on proteeding tbe Wetting about quarter past six p found we could fetch sotne of but fromthe haaynets of the weather was unable to make it known to you by andas standing back to do so would lose the op portunity of disturbing their plied up with them as far as fitmg in The wind blowing oft our superior sailing and working enabled as1 to overtake fottr of were obliged to anthor cloie to the surf under their the other three were driven on store and at halfpast seven were still lying oa the beach with the Sea beating over I trust yotf will deem all has beta performed on this ooeasipn that was in face of an enemys in intricate and on a lee shore only one shot strdtk near the stern From Lieutenant Berriff to proceed m order to review a vast military force which M been aterabled at thatplacei and likewise to inspect the Hne defence along the north bank of the The progreti of Buonaparte had occasioned tbe corps of dbservatlon on the frontiers to be strengthened j but the Russians bad manifested no intention of Both in Lithuania and every article could afford subsistence to tbe I enemy bad been either destroyed or rntieved into the JUJIK armies have both ad and we are in expectation of sonic great and interes ing JrjNf are informed that with an army of has orders Io and d corps de of together between tbe Elbe and tbe the eviL e bad if GSdfeninjient could njkvt made up Us mrnd lufficiently early to to prevent the Call of the House being discharged j but at thtt1 time Minfstert were waiting for uffdrmaiioH on the subject from Ute Lieutenant of the West Rtfing in to enable thcrri determine oo the line of conduct proper to be purjiued j House would that on the ttezt one after tbe Call of the Houie had he had given that he a td make respecting tnt from Peters 1 bad every assistance to be exptcted from aq and the officers and ships company behav ed with that which 1 trilst would prove successful in a more seripui On recon noitring three brigs were on the and probably have the bortour to Commodore liENNOCK and Wilna continue to that hostilities were daily expected to take place on the banks of the His Royal Highness thto Crown Prince has signified his intention of being here be tween the 12th and 15th for the purpose of paying his respects to the British Jutr convoy from Leith aifivecf yester under protection bis Majestys ship FoN A Heligoland with letters of the 9th have been received j as the communication the Continent continues they con tain no intelligence His Grace the Duke of Richmond has returned from his excursion to we are glad to considerably improved in On Friday last her Grace the Duchess arrived here from Extract of a Letter from On the night of the 28ih with a party of his the Barry scoured 40 or 50 miles of tbt baronies of ImokiUy and Batry in search of those deluded people called At two oclock in the morning Courtenay surprised about twenty or thirty of those unfortunate near just as they were about to They fled in every The morning was and the surrounding and quite unfavourable to the movements of but by uncommon Captain Courtenav and party made seven of them and lodged them tint morning in Midleton Captain Courtenay and pimy 13 hours on without taking the least refresh The greatest praise is due to Captain C and hJs for their activity on tlm and manv other and I hafr no if other corps of cavalry followed this that people j m lUltt I pcUed to return to peace aad com ed looing ti the nature of which now pressed on their Hi ed to him more material td look sU its pri than to trace it to Us With mpett to its 4 variety of opinions might hew and though It might be desirahleta look to its origini in order to aioertain tbf ei tent of its fnaUgriityj yet stiil to hjjnj its pment aspect appeared of superior few his opinion that the evil would not have exked have existed to its preterit but for which be hoped were but temporary in their natunU He considered it Arising b a great degree from the distresses of the niaoofactUriisg ag gravated as they were by the higb price of which had pressed severely on the lotret These in the first w stantiei wWhout any idtembo of carrying theb prdceedings to the lengths to which they had from Making war on their and against felt their own They had then sought new and at Jart assumed a military character of so serious a na so and so marked by conduct and that Government would be cul pable longer to forbear calling the attention of tte House to From rjie oaths by which they were it must be seen that nation existed of a roost secret and whlll U was known that such association that oaths were taken to cornmit the diabo lical crime which society knew if they weie betrayed u ivbuU be a delusion calculated to lull the country into a false not to catt for some legislative measure to meet the If something were not now done to avert theefil with the strong arm of the there wai so danger to which combination coqld wtid froin the character of the present might not be Under these circum the nature and character of our associ ation had been described by the Commit let their They had not colored into a detail pf all the transactions connected with such a detail their Report was Inadequate j they bad said enough 10 the atteniion of House to the He understood an Member to have uid in the when Lord oot thai be did not ;