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'"- ifrom a late London Covrien . .. v
, A Bristol paper states, that the late Captain
1 T,uirin(i 'ftf the CliKsaneake. was a native of,
CAPT. ALLAN'S FUNERAL. ' . : f that citvv. and that he and his brother aeryi-d
v ' PtYMOWTH. Ants.' Sin nm lime in the HHfishfnaw. Ji4 this be triKv
On 8 irdlav ilast. "the 2l8TL waif intrl
ith military Jmor, William Henry v Allen, this without ; doubt) interred with militarv ho-
1. iaie coinwyHWieF 01 me u. .-. sioop or w ar n0rs at Halifax. A .brave enemy nierir respect,
tgai, ivhoTDst ms itlt-leg m an action with and, if he, fail in battle, jet the honors ot - tits
SI. sloop ol war-1. Fel ican. J. F. Blaplcs, brave grace. Li corpsej but the rewards of lov-
q. uapiauj, ia ?sc.' wcorge's uuApnul, tbe . altjr arc not, to be 'given to a traitor. If Lvw.
Lth iust. whereof he diel in Mill PnSou Hm-; rftn- wai n Kn'sIUhiuan' there is little iloubt
Ibtit that others oi' the Cls&jwakfl'-Jievv-aje
Stal, oa the fifteenth frJlowinff. ,
Guard of Honor.
Xieut. Colonel of Hoyal Marinea,
with two eompanien ot that curpa;
, . -V' - . . .T .
t iear aud C urate of St. Ahdmv'fc
Clerk of ditto.
.With the Corpse of the deceased
Enl inhien atsa, and wrt!terei'(i'e trust t hat a
trict '8er,utin vvili be instituted amon thd pri
soners taken Jnl;7ehAerlcaif;yeH6i'i'" of war
r . iwhieji uaav f t!! intaoyir hands, LiAs every' nmu
, 7:tbalteras; atnf ' l islCTAdlataiit takitii ' J? r i4ifira nt hiaWntitry dMcrves eaiyT-
with hat baods z , , , 'tal pniiSfiluncnt, and a ; public TaW adjiilhiin
lid ein-fi.) - ito r.? he- ot?Jit to suffer h. AV nroce? led to
Imt in (h tnidai nf irlorr which surrounds our MaAhai tlie'tMarqiiM :.;;af .WIiafcoAiaf.
iaviheible Empr6r, but'it alone would he sudir which the follviflg are eo'nies; , $ , ,v'
,cieit to immortalize another Sovereign.' . .O'1""' ".;, -n
r , 7 -tr 'My'TiOMl Xwd pfaetjeabl.e breaches ha uj;:;f
J i pp.ocLAMATioK o maushal soLT. heoji effected at Ban &ibnstia3'o ,the ivth di' .
xo (HfTX' n coimrw lining vjytvr ui mz nvuu, July, orUcw ycre given, mat U;ey SLoiiJd lie Sf v
V 0 Qoinpanies in track ngtmtHL , , Uekt'd in ,e .w'ovriibgat?. the 23ih. ,1 ani
"SoiDiERsJ The recent events of the iva'r rrntul to haVe to roDurtilrat this at'tei4Vft-
have induced his majesty the emperor to iuvept obtain possession of the pFafd,aitd,lKfti' '
tHfi, by an imperial decree of the 1st iiint. with our loss 'Wis very couaideraMe. ' 7-x':
the cotnniand ofthe armies of Bpaiu, and to ho-' marshal Sonlt had been aWo'inted Lieuteak ' tt
nor ine with tbe Battering title ot ms " Jjieute-: ant do rEmperenr and eommaiiiler.iihit'B1,
r.ant. This high distinction cannot hut coa- thi French Annies in Spain, and 'thS SontliieVpJ'Vi''
vey to my mind i,en-aiioits of gratitude and joy f'l'rviftf'C ofFranee.hy a !Tect4t Imperial, pjjf Z ':
hot they are not Kualloycd Mithregret at the thVist of Ju!v, and he joined aod took th.ftiNo'-.''. ;;i
tin of event VJiieh have in the opinion of his h:aLd of the army n the l$th of Jnly, whufc . ,f
ieutt rendered uh o n appolotinent nt ess'a- having been joined nearly about tteeunie titu f-
oy ine-firps. woicii vmu oceant; cpain miner
the eouiman41M thl'W1 7 'ptluif.
Tv in fenain
' 1 1 i I kni'ivh tt oi Bhlirs, thai the -vm
ty of Russia, ronfledjBto Kfitive hotilit by the TSiufbreenieyf s, iWRaJ4,the ,u?a a f t4
KUWwT '1 ,f ' .5
thisTttremitflatftU in the ease of -the men tak-j eternal enemy, of the Cooling, made it ibeum- andj-erfi)rnted inknTHyaft..' jwfaetrUI ") f
en:at';6ourhon, 'iu-th-service- ? 'France, and'hent that numerous armies should be assembled forming the right, centre, and fte-ad'r'-lW'A''n"
lmduilitv to Bnfisn snbiccts m the Ainencan ! 111 trennanv earivin tle spring. JTortMs niir- comnmud ot lieaeral lteule, lmt d TiStoiuf .
service Wilia tJC unjust l mem. ;pus(; hi-ic iniy oi your, cininuuts Midiuranu. aim uenerai ukui, as leuicuaiii'Meint!
;n ice emp r-nnnseu assumRd the cpaunanu ; and a reserve uimej; jrenepaifl'illatte
!Mr.Madiitn has efldfaroretl to proteet th . n The 'ewip-r-himstlf assumed the cpauoand : arid a reserve uuder penepal Villatte :and tw.
7r4' t UT Clll Cninililte i CiajllittM Mill JIU IS UliI'Id-IH'l" .! n m kij inn innivi." mI3UFllB vi uinyvuDniiM w'.,v. W1 ''VVvUTUIMil
trended, by eight seamen, late of the Arras, disoir. and w hat is America, that the public law' (ful and commanding Renin, achieved a sncces- the two fonner under the eofomand of Oenera)a:
with crape round their larms, of Europe should be changed ar their -fiat, andision of as brilliant victories aijy that adorn Treillard and Tilly, and thp latter 'Under- th
tied with white P ll-i aiiiiiiiu al' nnr inunirv. 'i'Jip nr.eiiniitiina nrmimnml nf fifnpr
Amrtrlean nstiirnlizaiinn. tha"lTnild Statin hties of aesrrandisement entertained bv the en- hides allotted to the arinva larcetironortiont ,
Ylatt, weight British Captains of the Royal haf.;endea;vored tode.strov.-at oncerthat nrinci-'emy were confoauded' Paeifie overtures were of artillery.fJ aud la considerable number of gurau K J
I ivy, as 1 all Bearers, with hat bands pie of natural liw which has been recognized made, -and the emperor, always inclined to Imd already jointed. - - ' 1 v ' r fits' If
1 . t . . , V . .-..li .1.. ! ,' I.'. .. 1 '.JiL t. J. II J mi . .11' .1 1 " ' '. - J - -1 i . T l. . Ill.Tl
and acted -upon in everv oilier state, ana more censuu.ine weiiare oi nis suoiecs ny.ioiiomnsr . me aiueu army was uosieo, as nave ai-i ,t
especiaJIv nave they labored to earn tins since moderate counsels, listened to tne proposals ready miormed your lordbnip, in )no rasses oif "si
?... i. i ..i' .1.. i v . v n 4.t- r..t.-m '.n.- . iz.f.Mi
with en pe sashes'and hat band, tw o
'and t wo.
ohnHowker, Esq. late American Vice Con-
nl, and his Clerks! 5 Capt. Pejlowe,
Commissioner for prisoners of
. - -- - .'' v war.' -
the Mountains. Maior-General Bvne's hril
"While Germany was Thus the theatre of eade of British infantry and GencralJMorillo!i
Capt. Allen's Servants in Mournins.
he Ollicers late of the Argus, in uniform, the commencement of the w ar, in the hope of that wea e made.
weaneni.ng me in iiisn navy ny encouraging u--
the just ven
Jiv me ieffjraemain or nftiuraiizaiion many "is i reniiiy jievou'.a men in ruin, was nni in- nerai oir ijiiwry ime, was-posven ai . r is.carrua? fi
i wesk persons have been persuaded, that on be- active." lie assembled the w hole of his dispos- jo tinpport those troops: 'anddLieutenaat-Gen'aH
taminv A meriean citiz-ih ihev we're ttio lo-irT able forcelunriishSnaniards aiid Port uarne'se. ral ftir Thonuvs Pictou. with the third division. 'It
. -...i i'l-mum winter m Jiui SHi'iiTii ui i irvitt - ii i laiii : oil i ii !? i nut' i o u is-. u rmt' i ins iiiosi v iiiriiuTfu ouiccrs : ituu rciv- au via ue in c. ., . - : ' - SI?
Pi 'ison Depot. isinate this (i.frsio:i from thetr itiiTdst and in injr hocji tha isuneiioi'itv of his number ad "Lieutenant Geucral Sir Rowland II ill oceu 1 1
jBaptains of the Royal Navy, in port, two and ten eh the American 'leiri-laiors that their laws vaneed .in three divisions ajrainst the. French pied the vallev of Bastan with thet' remainder ill
two. I cannot repeal on'i-s. it is a principle- oi nni-' fme assembled " npoa the Douro. W ithrwell of the second division, ami the rortngqese ui-
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and then protecting 'the deserters trorn great events, that enemv, tvlio, nnder pretence division of ftpaninh inlanlry, were ontne riguti
geahee of (he iaws of their eountrv. of succoring the inhabitants of the Peninsula,fln the Pass of Koncesvalles. . LicutenantiG
lollowed by a xvty numerous and respectable
. retmne of Inhabitants. -t.
The procession left Mill Prison at 12 o'clock.
The eo fin was covered with a velvet pall, and
spon inat tne nat and sword ot the deceased
verelaid. On the coiSn being removed to the
learse the guard saluted : and when d
M in the hearse, the procession moved forward,
vppi?ql f.ivv. " Ti'nvii fi!., 'i'l-ii nno. :t i!n iiMdi. lnavi.li'ii Tftrt rpnpi i.i Ii i fi-iki.t r.int tp r. jTiL1!!. vlttinn imlrlor ihp. Conde de Amarante. detach
ral born Subjwl of the prince car.hof. by any act fill genera, eirjoying the coufidenee of his ihg General Campbell's Portuguese .brigade mF
own, -no, not by swearing allegiance to troops, mtght. by siectiuggood positions, have Los Alduides, wuhin the rreneh Jrritory.---slfs
'i-a.l alie- oravoti a id u.eonviteii tins motsev lew.
another, put off or din charge hi- u u
But, Thet light and seventh divisions occupied thjf-v
gianc to the tirmer: tor th:s-aluLgiuiic.2 was unhappily, at tin critical period, timorous and heights 01 banta Uarbara, and the townrot v-
intrinsic, and primitive, ami in'WLnrto the nusillanimous counsels yvtr followed. Tbe ra, and the Puerto de Echalar, and kept the ;
nlier; and cannot be diverted Miiiiout the con- tort resses wert abandoned and blown np ; hasty communication with the yalley ptastan;iapa.
current act of that nriTii;p in whom it was first ami lisorilr-rlv oiarflifs irivp pmifiiltn to ibi fhe m'Tth division was in renert'e at San Est
ike band played the '" Dead March iu -SaUl." i due." enemy.; ami veteran array, small indeed in van. .General Longa's, division kept the comk
l)a their arrival near the church, the guard' 44 An Engli-hman who removen to France, or number," but Went in all that constitutes the mi- munication between :"tJi;etruops'.at'"J''-e5a"-';'a9'd
alted and clubbed
nies inward,-10 tiuna owe.-Miie same aMegimii
' Ultl Kllt?U,I(l. tu VvllllIO.. IMI i . I III . ffimt- i 11 f Tl -i III il I ( I . Tli' kin'. IMHIV IT llnlMI.lt r II II" II ll (II 1 1 1 n fll I . llllBll Mllll IIIIINn IlllUt;! .mCUlCUftlJl-UCHCIIU k-Il X UUiUKT
which the nroee.ssion nneapd tn lh nf Kno-I a. 1. 1 iti
ihurch, into which the corpse was carried,vand hfehce, as we.l as'iio-w.'" Bonaparte tia pro- with iudignation Us laurels tarnished, and it- the great road. ' V jtfgr
aeposited iu th centre ai4sle,HJuIt.the.runcraefflftvd th: stm.qi::iji?e o! -ru law Jr. elf eoi.pcliod i abandon all its acquisitions-- The Conde del Abisbal hloeWed Pftmrela
jsmfiee was read, by the Rev. ..Vicar, after! France, though' an usurper'?;-., f '.,'e.:twig a per- the Iroplftes of many a well fought andbloody na. " . v v:' i'v-;ii-(
which it was removed a'jd int erred in the south Lsotborn i'i Kr.iiMv.- ! i i 'n.viii . ,n: i.i .. whi.it,' -1 i?w. . WIiimi at IaispIi ilw-. inrtio-tiftnf vninm tt On ibp -21 tbl' lf nritlinf onlt.: rollpifpd itttk
I., a M1 . il 1 . I -a.
yoau p.Msug inroiigii tne guard in t!.o sam-f
ruer ironi as, to ine church; .on the right of
Mr. Delphv, Midnhinmaii of the A r?us- who
Pi-. i. - it . i i . x. . ' -C
jitffti ooiu oinis legs, in
as buried the rreit 1110. nvmiin
f . .0,Vu..
fiapt. Maples' account of the capture of the
irgm,juaiea.rv on hoard Wie 1'elieau, t :it
found in arms u gain him in i.bc 'of the -Spanish 1 hfe't roop arrested this disgraceful flight, and right and left Mings of his Tirmy, with 9ne dW
Guerillas. The principle is right, thougli.it ii commander, touched with shams, yielded 'to vision of his centre, and two divisions of iaaJ
may. oe d. itoted -whet her Unnaparte had a n .:.;t the 'srencral de.-ire. ami determined udou eivimr rs, at Wt. Jean de 1'ied de rort, and on the iota
the . sanie action, and I to consider himself iv th- nat.iirai ;ui- - ft-.'' :;v". battle neVir Yiflnn.;vi bo r-nn .Inohf. tVnm hi attaeVuh with between thirtv and fortv thou
person thus executed - bui in the ca.- oi' BrMish'gcneron eoihusiasm, this fine sense of honor, sand men, general Byii's post at Roneesvallesy i
suuects there can be ao sin UU and we are nire w at would have oeea -the result, had the gen- Lieut enant-Ueneral 8ir Lowjv Coie mo4 'Hpor-
Ithat mw.'ers will not shri.'k tV. n th-i'r datv. era! be'-n warthv of'h;. troon had he. in khort. to his support with 'tbe fourth division. andi
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ll 31 r. . . iisori flare tn reti,a'e bv t.fikr,g,a- made th.st dispi$iiions and movements winch those ollicers were enabled to maintain taeif
WaVld S H-.!ad, Allar. 14. addressed tft A-l-twaV till' iii'- ni nii Kli'-b iK-uniin. in ro, n.-.o nnnH l-.r.-i- !.! ii-.n,.. nirlni'l. o 1 1. a tinyt lltPnii vl.nnt llP furpWMin Hii "tl.A OTiMttV
m lliornborough. for;a; Brit ii subject, i'uily proved to he s"ach,'.'cji-4U;eraUDn and support of the other?-"; turned it iu the afternoon ; and h'eutcaant-genoH
1 hnve the honor to infirrm von. thnt in .br
Mieuce 10 orders to me of the 12lh inst. to
hema.taken in the act
notj h'.H ever, defraud the enemy of rat Sir Lowry Cole torisidered it to be neecssa
cruize arms against his count rv, .Si'Ki vutsTefMf the "hrat?e:'w-hic''.V'iT"dTe"ito'1inn': The disTTosi- r to withdrawin the night i-aad-helmarche W
In ht. iPOi'u -.Channel, fortlie-protean, of jtfatJf, Uipr.otediait- tftU uvclj'ntti(inart(l im arid. 'arrangement's of their general have to -ihb ieh6oihjod..ofubiri.; .. ?$,y&;'y?5&
the trade, and to obtain information of the ifvst va ruF.AreD as an outlaw. An army hcen pionipt, skiiful ainl consecdtrve.i;The va- Two divisions1? J&ft Witre. .ofH'Bcipy Vf ' ri'Xs
American sloop of war, had the "good fortunelaud Ana,-y acting . against her, will thenjjelg.'lor aod steadiness of his troops have been armv attacked Sir Ro
to boaj-d a bng, the master of which informed t3oft'cliro?n all obligati to rps-t the jimtt's pini'worihy. Yet da not forget that it is' to thel'uerto de Maj, at thf heaid of !J he! galley hj!$
9ie tat he , had seen a vessel, apparent Iv &'(tiui laws of war. Ifostilitirsnlav be carrifd on the berji't.i. fii vonrie:nf!Tlt llnv ovi' ffniJp nn. of Caslan. iii tfift afterPoon of the" same day.' 'M'-'
rfw&r. HoStilitirsTilav be carrit-d on the ben.'t.i f voni ie:nf!Tlt iliv owV,, iUmp nn. of Caslan. in the afleriioon of the" same dav.'
man ot war, steering to the N. E. and at 4 this1 against he IN, A NT MO DE , until she is bro't sen, military character : and Uiat whenever the The trunt of the act o fell upon Major-Oeao-V k
.i.u,1,..,K x Bav u. vessel on ure;anu a ina stau.l-'ta a nroner s&mz of her p.sor ont. smi v rctoru. ri i;i!ivp .,. f
mg trom her which I soon made out to be aiing to the bWervanec of the Jaws of wtiion. troons have, beta ablv fnli'iUed. their eiif-mies gades in the second divisioii.; nnder the 6ac-Jf :hf if
Cruiser jiaade all sail in. chase.'' ami "at halfimts herself afhift' withinr.tlir.il- niiiif limi l;)v 'ap-ii.iiiI v nn lip roanvr, Im n mnnil nf 1 1 fill trpn.'lbp hofl
fast 5 came aloagside of heiv(she having jihor-. Thir rttlme - These troops w ere atfiTst" oblige to give '$
uncn I'm an1 i.A..,. r ..i J -i.- i t - . . i a t i . . - - . i 11 . . .
...... u,., iuauc iicrseii ciear ior an on- iioh in not, wneiner we snail re venire the ex-
" Soldiers !-
Mmate resist anee) ivITenTafier giving lier three cesses ofSudden pas'sibh upoivonr jenewiy it is, Y0Uf ri.f, your ini
Cheers, Ouf action commenced, which was kept' whether we shall sunnort uubl'ic. law al-kin! T.ii. ! " ;''
.ii. . . . ' ' -. ... ii r o ; uiaiiiu 01 uiu iiicb-j
"if ,VI"1 greai spirit on tooth sides 43 minnt-es, , yslematie ;attcaipt tosteal. away our country
when we lay aloiig side, and w ere in the act of ;in3tfr4-nd'1to arm' thein against os.
ween sue struck Ler eolors. hhe . . - y -.s . ;;
I partake of vour chagrin, V but ving b-een sSppiried. by majJgei i;
dignat'ion 1 I fcnow that the Bar,,e8 brigade of the th division, they re f.
prores to be the United States sloop of w ar Ar- L AT EST XE W8,
818 of. 360 tons, 11 i twenty four pound carron- Received bit the thriU shin Robert' Burns ar-.
IViSlT. BripounderS; had on hoard, nvfitt aUew I wkjvo, Lvi valn. and hstse them Across the Ebro;
vi-n .one oiiui-u Jio.n .iinerii'a. nvn innini:e
: present situation of-the-arm? is g?nea uiai pari oi ineir jmi, wnjcii w tan . ,
impotable to others ; he the merit of repairing key 01 "ew'ioie, ana wonia nave enamea mem
ityiKirs.. 1 have borne testimony to the tin pe- to re-aSsume it, if circunistaUccs had penmt-! r
are I, di ivv. il on-'tntr fr, tn'if'iiAir.ii). prised ot the necessity titaf ir jjowrt :;uia
which ehabffc .him pro
drive the enWfrom those lofty heights of the nefeessity.tl; '.Sir Lowry. :pla
cnabre hifli pro'n.lly to survey our fertile sho,,,a retire, deemed it expedient to withdraw;
W)is troops HKewise 10 Aruruaj ana me enemy ,
PARi-s-Au4T"ist tfi. i. ft Vi. &, .:v. .i.Tr:-'.. 1 did not advance on the follow ins dav bevond tha" 'A 1
mice) a complement of 140 men. but Inthe aU Yesterdav was a-lorioos :v,r m.bmf.n . ".ei,,!-. . " 1 . 1 uur w"18 T'onrfn : '
faon i i i- ;. i ii - t. i 1 i'i! J iiinsniL-x uupiicneu, anu j.roni xnence your re-. ;-,-;r , k; 4i m v- v?
wn , commanded bv 'Iieut. commandant the inhabitants o I Paris-in an i-sii'-:s:l Mian-u-r v .1 j:a-..ii..- . NfttvvifliRtjiiifir; tli pnemv's snnerforitr of 1 f , .
n. Alien,. ; ho. 1 ' regret to saw was Droved that the-anniversnrv ot tin nr. . of llicir : ii! i i " . ' nnmlMra. Ibtfv ' MMintrpil hut little anvantam f
S?-11:!?-? ,mS 8mce-,ul?T-f rVC,C" w'a'forth: tete 01 love and the),,, exert ourselves -with mutual ardor -' and' over these bravfe; troop, during the; seven honra: j
" La amputation OI til f hir'Ii . crntlfnth' i ' -, . . . ' .. . thai Ua i.cnm., AllfKa nu-inrit a nh-aisu , -v ' -I
eulogiunVl could ZUAZ ma noth, V can give greater leli- Z7:TZ, ''T: t ' . v?
l.. nn . i. . ... , i ..... ... . ' . . ; hit iv Kic-uawnnu-jiiuM .oj nit! emperor man o . .... . , . rv ,
..w- miim UAiny ;-ajiam ourc'TS anil o wneii gratis, ouercn uiii mosi aniinacju tne th l-nnv!l aP1, ' ui
il meotenant uenerai tne iionouraoic iuiaoi
(M-hwh - catcd of 110 5) tbe eoofW-'W tonhi:ig picture. ;' - - - - its iacreasii giory--,ot its -h I
?.? they dismayed,, .and the ...prccufou of their. On the day of the fete, at r in the morning, itself worth vfof him andofoUrdearcountrT I was not apprised of these events till lata
r', couULOnjy be : -equalled by- -their : zeal to cannon gave the signal far pleasure and ioy.--- "A . , - ' , . - . ' fa the night Of the 20thtand 2$th and I adopt- '
Juti igui.h themselves ; but Inst b?g leave Xw benelits -till added to the lively elfiuioas ,. T?Tvt combled Movements for the ed i'inineiatc measures to concentrate the army
ta en si vnnr uh ) n f.v .A.... c ..... -f..i c ii,..c. i . e ii i... . . -...1 reiier ot the fortresses are. upon the eve of tak- ... .ini .i
, . ..r - V . 1'jl4(l ll I IllOt V- --"'"- l -,w , A v S Ull Ull LllUa-u 3 'IlLillll 1 . , -I m .... I
nig pince. iney will be com
li-Mitenant, Thoniai Welsh ; of Mr. W- Gran- ties dedicated to Napoleon, he Is pleased to
Y'U.', ,'aetinr master": Mr. Win. Ingram,' tlie found for his people useful moniinieuts. Thus,
I' rser, v?u vounteCTEtl his services on deck ; last year, on-the tsth oi August, was
days. Let the account of our success bo dated
'-ihus, .. . . , j ... "j - ., luna.
laid the ' ulu"8 au me oinn oi nts imperial
pleted m a f' lSan Sebastian, and for the blockiUkof Parnp,
TL' .,1.1 uR...l..l iaii!tf 'ii- t)iJk.
. . ia u ill- ... . . . . i ll . wii nil I arn.iurT:ii riLrvircu cuim wh umw
a l Vir. R5ibafd S.olti thW xntnt r-- ; fit -stuae of the- Pahio.. af th. JFnlvp.v uiaie.iy imceicoraiea in mat city : 90 snail we'i. ,0i r :.n0,.u .nl S rtrr -
the Palace for the. Im- t . 1 A "'""".o.aii; cpoca .aeseryeaiy .aeor iojCo, aud'Licutenat General Sir Thoma 1 '
-ar liss, I am happy to ,'sayv is small one. Fine"Arti a'jd that of
.taasU'r's iiiate.M.. . iViliiam Yoang, slainvin 'perial Archives. Tins year, on the si
tiiiiiiwtnfci'of vi.-iry, ' Svhu-txniniating., bv his 'thNavigatioa of the Canal of the O
cyurage and cample, all around hlnrf and one tween Paris and Giaye was opened ;
li'.l ii . - i . , . - l a I. i ' " , i . i . i. . ...
y if i!ua!r;oi.i AU'.ry ; uositiesTiva-seame.q'.nrsi; siones nave oeeu iaia ior tne markets or,
Jjiid n.'l, i'Vlsoara d'sng well;, thaf of theVnt;- 8t. Geriuains, Carmes-aiid Blanes Mauteaux,'
5-X 1 -'h-iv
, saini day,
ri 3 it ba?if 'abia to asccrtain,Vhnt it is -V will not iere enuinerate the vast 'coneep-
i ile ;'. utr oVeers aav, about Killed . lions .
4 hkva't.helionor . to be, &r
every year exeeateJ ior the nah'.ic'utilittv
. .' ' . . -r . '
and te rm i nated at t his nappy epoch, not only at
it ti i..:.... - - . vuic auu
- " ViSS? ' , . cnm T ton conenrred in thinking their post at Zubiri
- (S,3aed) ' h( n , . ' ; SULT, , !not tenable fr the tpne Siirmg 4kh it would
u iit',S bi Da,m3t"' ' "'-Ihave been necessary to wait in it- v Thellthera- r r
sition to cover the ' blockade-of Pampalaha,
having the rlghtr.consi8t"ngof the 3d division, . "' '
in front of Iluarte, and .tendinz IOhetiU:.:-
beyond Oliix, and the left,. consisting of thetU
j?j ii.i. f. r-i ii . -J u ..: 4:
rabM xne lqkdok evri? tw&r star
; WAR DEPARTMENT.
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'Paris, but throughout all parts of thiimp'ire. His Serene .Highness' the Hereditarjr Prince ofldivision, Major Gencr'al Byngs, and Brigaditft
ort ol Cnerbourg is one of 1 Orange, lias" arrived at this office 'with des-GeneralCaropbeirs Portuguese brigade, on !ho : ;
' . - .
The ereatiodi.ot'i the port of
J. F. MAPLB. Gaaiaianticr. ftwe rneaarahie evetits, the tt:lat of which s patches addressed toEarrBatharst by Field iftights ia i!rflnt of V4latba, baring tbrir Q