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His Majesty's Royal Scots-Lieut. John Limbers.—2 18. pounders, 2 17. pounders, M'Gregor, slightly; Lieut, C. Campbell, 4 16-pounders, 2 14 pounders, 1 12-poupseverely.

der, 6 9-pounders, 15 8-pounders, 4 7-pouoMadras European Regt. - Lieutenant and ders, 5 6-pounders, 2 5-pounders, 2 4-pongAdjutaot Hancorne, severely (since dead), ders, 1 3 pounder, 4 3-pounders. -- Iron

Rifle Corps-Capt. Norten, severely ; Guns mounted on Carriages, with Limberg-
Lieatenant and Adjutant Gwyode, Lieuten- 1 8-pounder, 1 5-pounder, 2 4-pounders, &
ants Shapahan and Drake, dangerously ; 3-pounders, 4 2-pounders, 1 14.pounder.
Lieutenants Calder and Eastment, severely; Total 63.
Ensign Gem, dangerously; Ensign Agnew,

John NOBLE, slighuly,

Major, commanding Artillery. 1st Batt, 3d Regt, or P. L. I.--Lieutenant N.B. A considerable number of tumo Jones, daogerously ; Captain-Lieutenant brils, and a very large proportion of ammaAgnew aod Lieut. Clemons, slightly. nition, of all descriptions, captured with

21 Batt, 6th Regt. N. I.--Lieutepant and the above ordoance. Adjutant M.Maister and Lieut. Matheas, Io the General Orders of his Excellency slightly.

Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas Hislop, ist, Batt. 14th Regt. N. I.-Captain W. dated Head-quarters of the Army of the Browo, slightly,

Deckan, Camp at Maheid poor, Dec. 22, 20 Batt, 14th Regt. N. I.-Lieut. M‘Kin, 1817, his Excellency congratulates the troops fosh, slightly.

under bis personal command upon the glo. Ist. Batt. 16th Regt. or T. L. 1.-Major rious and important result of the action Bowen, dangerously; Capt. Cuffley, Lieut. fought with the army of Mulhar Row Hol. and Adjotadt Macglasben, Lieut. M'Intosh, kar, and returns his thanks individually to slightly; Lieut. Palmer, severely; Surgeon many of the officers and brigades employed Stephenson, sligbuy.

on that arduous service ; particularly to Attached to the Russell Brigade Lieut. Brigadier General Sir John Malcolm, Lieu. Kenvedy, his Majesty's 861b regt. slightly. tenant-Colonels R. Scott and A. M'Dowall,

Adjutant-General's Department-Lieut. Lieutenant-Colonel Russell, Major Bowen, O'Brien, slightly.

Major Knowles, Major Lushington, Major Quarter-Master-General's Department, Noble, Major Andrews, Major Moodie, &c. Lieut. Gibbings, severely.

The Commander-in-Chief also requests Commander-in-Chief's Personal Staff

that Major Agnew, Depoty Adjutant-GeneLieut, Elliot, Aide-de. Camp, slightiy. ral of the army, who was immediately at

Brigade Major's-Captain Evans, acting tached to his person throughout the action,
Major Brigade Light Brigade, slightly ; will accept his earnest thanks for the servis
Capt. Hunter, 2d Infantry Brigade, slightly; ces he rendered to him on the occasion.
Lieut. Tocker, Actiog Major Brigade Rus- The Commander-in-Chief cannot conclude
sell Brigade, slightly; Lieut. Lyon, 2d this order, without expressing the deep re.
Cavalry Brigade, severely.

gret he feels that the glorious and decisive List of Standards and Colours taken from

victory they have to beast, has cost their the Enemy.-4th and 8th Regts. Cavalry, country and the service the lives of so many many stands of colours taken by these gallant officers and soldiers. Corps, but destroyed, being deemed of no The names of Lieutenant Coleman, Madras consequence.-Russell Brigade, 2 standards; European Regiment, Lieutenant Macleod, Mysore, Silladar Horse 20 standards; Ist. his Majesty's Royal Scots, and Lieut. Glen, Batt. 3d Regt. 3 standards.-Captured by Ist. Battalion 3d, or Palamcottah Light the Mysore Silladar Horse, 7 elephants, 218 Infantry, and the brave soldiers who se camels.

gallantly fell in action, will long be rememTotal Killed and Wounded-3 lieuts., 1 bered by his Excellency and the army with sobidar, 3 jemedars, 10 serjeants and havil. mingled feelings of pride and regret, and dars, 3 drummers, 133 rank and file, 19 his Excellency anxiously trusis tbat the sillidars, I sepoy recruit, I puckallie ; 5 wounded oflicers and men will soon be officers' horses, 89 regimental borses, I camel, restored to the exercise of their professional killed ; 1 major, 6 captaius, 23 lieutenants, duties and the enjoyment of their health, to I corpet, 2 ensigos, 1 surgeod, 1 troop quar. wbich event the Commander-in-Chief looks ter-master, 4 staff-surgeons, 4 sillidars, 19 with the more confidence, from the zeal, jemedars, 30 serjeants and havildars, 20 ability, and humane attention of Mr. Sutrumpeters aod drummers, 436 rank and perintending Surgeon Annesley, and the file, 52 sillidars, 1 sepoy recruit, 3 puck- Officers of the Medical Staff, to whom, and allies, Il officers' borses, 89 regimental hor- to the superintending care of their come ses, woanded ; 3 rank and file, 1 officer's manding officers, his Excellency confides horse, 66 regimental horses missing.

them. 1. H, S. CONWAY,

Mr. Superintending Surgeon Annesley Adj.-Gen. of the Army. will accept the Commander-in-Chief's best Return of Ordnance captured,

acknowledgments for the able arrangements

he has made, and the prompt assistance he Brais Guns mounted on Carriages, with afforded to the wounded.

Extra Batta to be issued immediately to them; and that the British troops obtained all the European troops in camp, on the possession at about half-past two p. m. when occasion of the victory gained over the the British standard, hoisted on the Palace, army of Molbar Row Holkar, by the divi. was saluted with twenty-one guns from the sions of the army of the Deekan, under his battery: Excellency the Commander-in-Chief's per. This event may be considered to complete sonal command, and a zeeafut of one rupee our military operations in this quarter, with per man, to be immediately drawn on ab.

the exception perhaps of having to disperse stract from the Paymaster, by the officers some small parties of horse. Many of the commanding corps and detachments, for principal people had already come in, and cach figbring man, European and Native. the rest are now flocking to the Residency.

Returns, from officers commanding bri. Proclamations have also been issued throughgades and detachments of the killed, out the country in the Rajah's name and my wounded, and missing, in the action of yes- own, which will, I have no doubt, render terday, as also of colours, trophies, and every thing tranquil. prisoners taken from the enemy, must be I have the honour to be, &e. sent to the Adjutant-General immediately ;

R. JENKINS, Resident. the Commandant of Artillery will also send in a return of ordnance and military stores Extract from a Despatch from the Governor captured.

and Council at Bombay, to the Secret ComT. H. S. CONWAY,

miltee, dated 230 January, 1818. Adj.-Gen. of the Army. In addition to the intelligence conveyed

to your Hononrable Comunittee in our des Total return of Killed and Wounded, of the Troops under the Cummand of Brigadier satisfaction of transmilling av extract of a

patch of the 14th instant, we have now the Gencral Doveton, from the 19th to the

letter from the 1st Assistant to the Political 24th Dec, 1817, inclusive.

Agent of the Governor General, dated the Europeans.--] lieutenant, 2 corporals, 17 7th instant, announcing the conclusion of a privates, killed ; 3 field-officers, I captain, Treaty wilh the Government of Mulbar 3 lieutenants, 1 lieutenant-fireworker, I Row Holkar. The extract your Honouraensign, 4 serjeants, 5 corporals, 66 privales, ble Committee will perceive, contains infor. wounded.

mation that the whole of the Pindarries have Natives.- I subidar. 3 harildars, 3 naiques, been driven towards the vicinity of lohed. 31 privates, killed ; 1 sub:dar, 4 jemedars, The two cominunications now transmitted 8 bavildars, I puckally, 5 naiques, 140 pri- regarding the movements of Brigadier-Ge. vales, wounded ; 6 rank and file in ssing. nerals Smith and Pritzler, in pursuit of the Names of Officers Killed and Wounded.

Peishwa, will put your Honourable Com.

mittee in possessive of the latest intelligence KILLED,

we have received from the Head Quarters' Lieutenant Bell, his Majesty's Royal of those Officers. Seots.

We have also the honour of forwarding, WOUNDED.

for the information of your Honourable Major Macleod, Deputy Quarter-Master- published by his Excellency Sir Thomas

Committee, a copy of the General Orders General ; Major Goreham, drillery slightly; . Hislop to the arny, in consequence of the Major Ellioti, of his Highness the Nizain's actions at Poona on the 5th and 16th of service, severely; Captain Folfrey, 2d Bilt, November. 22d Reg. N. I. slighily; Lieutenant Came.

We further take the liberty of inclosing ron, Assistant. Quarter Master-General, severely; Lieutenant Davis, Engineers, se

a copy of a letter received by our Chief

Secretary from Mr. Elphinstone, inclosing verely; Lieutenant Taylor, M. B. Lieut.. Colonel Scot's Brigade, slightly ; Lieut.

copy of a despatch to the address of the

Most No'le the Governor (eneral, on the Fireworker Coull, Artillery, severely ; subject of the late movements of the arım Ensigo Netti, Engineers, sliglitly.

under Brigadier-Cieneral Smith, in pursuit J. MORGAN, Caplain,

of the Peishwa, and the attack made by the Acting Assistant-Adjutant-General.

enemy on the 2d bali, Ist regiment of Native Copy of a Despatch from Mr. Jenkins,

Infantry at Coregrum, with a copy of the Resident at the Court of the Rajul of occasion of the gallant defence made by

Brigadier's Division Order, published on Berar, lo Mr. Adam, Secretary to the Governor-General, dated Nagpoor, Dec.

thal regiment against the Mahratia arıy.

We have the honour of communicating ! 30, 1817.

your flonourable Committee, the copy of a SIR,

report inade by Lieutenant.Colonel Prother, I have the honour to acquirint you, for the of the sorrender on the 21st of the Fort of information of the Most Noble the Governos- Kui nella, belonging to the Poopa Stale, (eneral, thai the city of Nagpore was willin a few miles of Chuuke, on the road this day evacnated by the Arabs and other leading from Pauwell to the Gbaut, which troops occupying it, ou terms requested by we bad ordered to be invested, and we have

the gratification of acquainting your Hon. the hills, or pass them at Mardwa, opposite Committee, that possession of that impor. Muswar. tant position has been obtained without the

J. GRANT. loss of a single man. The operation appears to have been conducted in a manner bighly Copy nf a Leller from Lieut. Robertson, creditable io the Officer commanding the

Superintendant of Police at Poonah, to troops employed on the occasion.

Dr. Warden, Chief Secretary to the Go

vernment of Bombay, dated Poonah, 14th Extract of a Letter from the First Assistant January, 1818. to the Political A gent, to the Governor.

SIR, General, dated Mandissoor, 7th Jan. 1818.

The Peishwa, with the greatest part of The victory obtained over the army of his army, arrived at Kurrah Nullah, six Malhar Row Holkar, at Maheidpore, on

coss from Meritch, and five from Tulgaum, the 21st ult. produced the conclusion yester

on the 9th instant. He marched ou the 10th day erening of a Treaty, calculated to pre

instant in the direction of Meritch. vent further inconvenience to the British General Priizler took up his ground on Government, froin the anarchy which has

the 101h, three coss beyond Hingungaum, lately prevailed in that state,

marching for Kurrah Nullah; his encampAll the Pindarries have been driven into ment on the 10th was about 14 cosy from one quarter, and are now in the vicinity of that place; so that, if we suppose the Peishwa Jobud. The force under the command of marched 8 coss on the same day, General Sir W.G. Keir, in co-operation with a de

Pritzler was 40 miles hehind him, tachment from this army, marched in pursuit The chief part of Gokla's and the Vine from hence on the 8d instant : our divisions chorker's troops were at Poosa Sowly on under the command of Major-Generals the 11th. Gokla himself is with the Peishwa. Donkin and Brown, are advancing in the The ourher of men in the detachunent at hade direction froin the side of Bengal. Poosa Sowly is about 7,000; they are withThe Durrahs of Kurreein Khaun and Wafsi out baggage, and have no infantry with Mahomed, are already much reluced by the them, pursuit they bave suffered from the divisions General Smith was at the bottom of the of Major-General Donkin and Lieutenlos Ghauts yesterday. Colonel Adams, and the whole must shortly

I have the honour to he, &c. be drawn furtber to the westward, or dis

H. D. ROBERTSON. persed. Bulletin from General Smith's Camp, Sir

SATURDAY, JUNE 13. Miles North of Fullun, on the Neera

This Gazelle contains copies of the ProRiver, 12th Jan. 1818, at tro P.M. clamation issued on Wednesday, (June 10th)

We arrived here to day. Colonel Boles for calling a new Parliament, and appointis at the foot of the Little Bore Ghaut, bring. ing the election of the Senichi Peers for the ing on the battering train. On the 8th

2th of July. It also announces a new instant, General Priizler came upon a body

cominission for the Board of Controul. of the enemy close to Sattarah (who had

The new commissioners are Lord Cranborne been left to cover the Peishwa's retreat,)

and Lord Walpole. attacked them with the cavalry, killed and wounded about sixty, look thirty horses, and made six prisoners, General Pritzler con

SATURDAY, JUNE 20 20. tinues the pursuit of the Peishwa, who is This Guzelle notifies the Prince Regent's said to be dying to the southward.

permission to Lieutenant-Colonel C. Dundas We march to-loorrow in the south-east, Grabam, to accept and wear the insignia uf towards Mahadeo, and will probably turn the Dutch Military Order of Wiliai.


P. Ising and Co, I, Church-row, Feo. of TRADE, held at No. 36, Essex street, church-street, and 24, St, Mary Axe; Straod, by a Circular to the Members, NATHAN DAVIS and Co., with a Partner has stated inat the persons undernamed, or

named Mosus ASRAMAN WAK2R2, 13, Glou using the firms of

cester-terrace, near Whitechapel Mount; S. ENGLAND, Plumber, Glazier, &c. 38, ALEXANDER Davis and Co., with a PartHereford-street, Fitzroy-square;

ner named ABRAHAN JACOBS, 5, CommerGeorge Dickison, William Evison, and cial.road; Co. Agents, 4, Gough-square, Fleet-street; WILLIAM AKER, Baker, late of Webber

Street, Blackfriar's-road, and dow of Upper favourable pature from Bombay, communiNorth-street, Gray's-inn-lane, also in the cating the conclusion of a Treaty with rules of the Fleet; who negotiate Bills Holkar, and the successful prosecution of drawn on

the operations against the Pindarries. GEORGE GILBERT and Co., 91, Seething- The Emperor of Austria has issued a lane, (lately mentioned) are reported to that Decree, cobferring upon the son of NapoSociety as improper to be proposed to be leon aod of the Archduchess Maria Louisa, balloted for as Members thereof.

Duchess of Parma, the title of Duke of The Secretary also states, that

Reichstadt, and that of Highness, and grant LIEUTENANT Bartlet, has within this ing to him ibe estate of that name, a consiweek applied for lodgings, and given refer. derable domain in Bobemia, heretofore ence to persons wbo have no knowledge of forming part of the possessions of the Dukes bin. At the same time he bought a brooch, of Mertzburg; but which has, by the effect in payment for which he gave a Note, of of family arrangements, become the prowbich the following is a copy :

perty of the Crown of Austria.

An article froin Stochbolm gives an ac. No. 363. Ereter, No. 363,

count of the corronation of Bernadotte, og Somerset, Bath, and Ireland, the Ilth instant; the ceremony of which Bank.

was conducted with the usual spleadour and

magnificence. I promise to pay the bearer on demand,

THE KING'S HEALTH, the sum of One Pound, at Messrs. Pryce and Co. Bankers, Alfred. place, Bedford

St. Jame's Palace, June 7. square, Lonilon, value received.

“ His Majesty has passed the last month ia Castlecary,

a very tranquil manner, and continues lo

enjoy good bodily health, but his Majesty's 14th day of April, 1817.

disorder is unaltered." For Sir Edwd. O'Brien Pryce, Bart.

H. Halford, Son, Sercombe and Co.

M, Baillie, C. H. P. Pryce.

“ W. Heberden, £ Dne.

" R. Willis." Eotd. Z. BROWN.

American papers to the 6th ult, have been There is no such Banking-house in Alfred. received. They state, on the authority of

the master of a vessel arrived at Baltimore, place, Bedford-square. Also that Persons in the habit of ordering goods

that the independence of Chili had been for some gentleman in the Temple, to whose

formally declared in February; and that chambers they are directed to be taken

the Commissioners of the United States wlien the Porter sent with them, is met on

appointed to report the present state of the staircase by the pretended occupier,

South America had been received with every who takes the goods and states that all is

demonstration of joy in the River Plate, right. On subsequent coquiry, it is found

The President of the United States had that the real occupier never gave any such

issued a proclamation for carrying into orders. And that

effect the treaty concluded a few months ALEXANDER LOWE KAYE, (recently men.

since for accommodating all differences be. tioned) lately lodged at No. 14, New-street

tween Great Britain and that country, in Square, and drew bills dated “ Flint," on

regard to the naval forces respectively to be the said Dickison, Evison, and Co.

kept up on the Lakes.

Death or CristOPRE.- By the New QUEEN'S AEALTA.

York papers and lettery wbich we received The following bulletin respecting the pesterday, to the 11th of May, we learn health of the Queen, have been issued since that a letter has been received by a respect. our last.

able mercantile house in Philadelphia from " Queen's Palace, May 25.-The Queen Port-au-Prince, dated the 13th of April, has felt herself uniformly better since the communicating on authority, said to be of last report. Her Majesty has slept well.” the best description, the fact of Christophe's

" Queen's Palace, May 26.- The Queen deatli. It will be singular enough should continues much the same to-day as her Ma. this report prøve trae, that both the rival jesty was yesterday, having passed another sovereigns of Saint Domingo should have good night."

died within so short a period of each other. " Queen's Palace, May 27.-The Queen The circumstance is conjectured in these Nas slept well, and continues better."

papers to be favourable to the pretensions Queen's Palace, May 28.-The Queen of France; but on what rational grounds eontinues better."

we are at a loss to perceive. The succession Her Majesty's health is so much improved, to the throne of one part of the island will that it is thought unnecessary tu issue any probably be quite as peaceable and certain more bulletins.

à thing as we have seen the succession to the latelligence has been received of a presidency of the other,

On Wednesday, June 3d, the anniversary the city that Major Moodie is come home to of the London Infirmary, for coring Diseases make representations on this subject, and it of the Eye, founded in 1804, at No. 40, is supposed anotber place of refreshment Charter-House Square, was held at the City will be assigned for our East Indioman. of London Tavern, supported by the Mem. bers for Middlesex, and a numerous meeting of the Governors and friends of that valua

SLAVE TRADE, ble charity: William Mellish, Esq. M.P. in We have received a copy of the Treaty the Chair. The importance of the Institu- concluded between this country and the tion to the Metropolis and the British Em. King of the Netherlands, for the more effecpire, and to the world, was exemplified by tual abolition of the Slave Trade, which a statement of the number of patients admite was signed at the Hague on the 4th instant, ted since its establishment in 1805, amounting and has been since duly ratified and exto 35,050, by the many institutions founded changed. By the first article of this Treaty, upon its model, and by 420 pupils, many of the King of the Netherlands engages, within them foreigners of eminence, baving been eight months from the present time, or instructed within its walls since the year sooner, if possible, to prohibit all bis subjects, 1808. The inadequacy of the present in the most effectual manner, from taking house to meet the claims of humanity, was any part whatever in the trade of slaves; explained: after which, a subscription was and, in the event of the measures hereentered into for general purposes, and to the after to be adopted, being found insufficient building fuad: it may therefore be up- for that purpose, his Majesty further engages decessary to state, that a subscriber of to adopt such other opes as may appear best 101, 10s, is a Life Governor, and an anoual calculated to secure it. The second article subscriber of II. Is. is an Annual One. provides for the right of mutual search, on

Subscriptions are received at Messrs. Per. the part of both the contracting Powers ; ring's and Co, 72, Cornhill; and Matthew and the third explains the mode in wbich Heathfield, Esq. 138, Leadenhall-street. that right shall be exercised. This, as the

most important, we subjoin.-It enactsThe arrival of Major Moodie, with des- Ist. That such reciprocal right of visit patches from Sir Hudson Lowe, at St. and detention shall pot be exercised within Helena, fias excited some speculation in the the Mediterranean Sea, or within the Seas in city, coiocident as it is with the account of Europe lying without the Straits of Gibralthe landing of a sailor at that island. The tar, and which lie to the northward of the sailor had been one of the crew of the Nor- thirty-seventh parallel of north latitude, and thumberland map of war, which carried also within, and to the eastward of the Buonaparte from Europe to St. Helena, avd meridian of longitude twenty-degrees west in that situation has formed an acquaintance of Greenwich. with Buonaparte's servants. This sailor 2d. That the names of the several vessels afterwards became one of the crew of an furnished with such instructions, the force East Indiaman, which being at St. Helena, of each, and the names of their several the sailor in the night contrived, to swin Commanders, shall be from time to time, from the vessel, clamber up the rocks, visit immediately opoo their issue, communicated and pass some houss gaily among Buona- by the Power issuing the same to the other parte's domestics. This he did two several High Contracting Party. nights without being discovered or noticed : 3d. That the number of ships of each of but in conversation on board of ship he the Royal Navies authorised to make such boasted of his adroitness, and cold confiden- visit as aforesaid, shall not exceed the pum. tially to his messmates what he had done. ber of twelve, belonging to either of the Knowledge of the transaction transpired; High Contracting Parties, without the spehe was arrested, and examined, and con- cial consent of the other High Contracting ducted home to England in confinement; Party being first bad and obtained. but it has not appeared that he had any 4th. That if at any time it should be sinister intention, or more in view than an deemed expedient that any ship of the Royal innocent frolic. It is not believed Buona- Navy of either of the iwo ligh Contracte parte knew of his being among his servants. ing Parties, authorised to make such visit as However the occurrence is supposed to bave asoresaid, should proceed to visit any mer. demonstrated the possibility of Buonaparte's chant ship or ships under the flag, and proescape on board of any English vessel, the ceeding under the convoy of any vessel or Captain of which might be induced for a vessels of the Royal Navy of the other High bribe, or otherwise, to convey him to Europe Contracting Party, that the Commanding or America. Indeed, it is reported several Officer of the ship doly authorised and insuch circumstances have takew place at St. structed to make such visit, shall proceed to Helena, as have induced Sir Hudson Lowe effect the same in communication with the to declare to the Government at home that Commanding Officer of the Convoy, who, if vessels are allowed to come to that island it is hereby agreed, shall give every facility as at present, be cannot answer for the to such visit, and to the eventual detainer of security of his prisoner. It is reported in the mercbant ship or ships so visited, and Europ. Mag. Vol. LXXIII. June 1818.

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