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Gazette Extraordinary.Battle of Busaco.

Ist Battalion 7th foot-1 rank and file, killed; 1 Lieutenant, 22 rank and file,

wounded. 1st Battalion 9th foot-5 rank and file, killed; 1 Lieutenant, 1 Serjeant, 17

rank and file, wounded. 2d Battalion 24th foot-1 Captain, wounded. 2d Battalion 38th foot-1 Serjeant, 4 rank and file, killed; 1 Lieutenant, 17

rank and file, wounded. 20 Battalion 420 foot2 Serjeants, 1 Drummer, 3 rank and file, wounded. 1st Battalion 43d foot~ 1 Serjeant, 7 rank and file, wounded. 1st Battalion 45th foot-1 Major, 1 Captain, 1 Lieutenant, 1 Serjeant, 21

rank and file, killed; 1 Major, 3 Lieutenants, 3 Serjeants, 106 rank and file,

wounded; 12 rank and file, missing. 1st Battalion 50th foot-1 Major, wounded.

1st Battalion 52d foot-3 rank and file, killed; 1 Captain, 1 Lieutenant, F: 10 rank and file, wounded. Sth Battalion 60th foot-3 rank and fle, killed; 1 Lieutenant-colonel, 1

Captain, 3 Lieutenants, 16 rank and file, wounded; 5 rank and file, missing. 1974th Foot-1 Ensign, 6 rank and file, killed; 1 Lieutenant, 1 Serjeant, 90

rank and file, wounded; 2 rank and file, missing. ist Battalion 79th foot-7 rank and file, killed; 1 Captain, 41 rauk and file,

wounded; 1 Captain, 6 rank and file, missing. 2d Battalion 83d foot-1 Lieutenant, 1 Drummer, 3 rank and file, wounded. 1st Battalion 88th foot1 Lieutenant, 1 Serjeant, 29 rank and file, killed; 2

Majors, 3 Captains, 2 Lieutenants, 1 Ensign, 2 Serjeants, 92 rank and file,

wounded; 1 rank and file, missing. 1st Battalion 95th foot-9 rank and file, killed; 4 Serjeants, 1 Drummer, 27

rank and file, wounded. 1st Battalion of the line King's German legion—3 rank and file, killed; 1

Lieutenant, 1 Serjeant, 4 rank and file, wounded. Detachment 1st light ditto-1 Serjeant killed; 1 Serjeant, 10 rank and file,

wounded; 1 Serjeant, 2 rank and file, missing. Ditto 2d ditto-1 rank and file, killed; 1 Lieutenant, 1 Serjeant, 5 rank and

file, wounded. 2d Battalion of the line ditto-1 Serjeant, 2 rank and file, killed; 1 Najor, 6

renk and file, wounded; 1 rank and file, missing, 5th ditto ditto-1 rank and file, killed; 1 Serjeant, 8 rank and file, wounded. 7th Ditto ditto-1 Serjeant, 8 rank and file, wounded. Total-1 Major, 1 Captain, 2 Lieutenants, 1 Ensign, 5 Serjeants, 97 rank

and fle, killed; 3 Lieutenant-colonels, 5 Majors, 10 Captains, 16 LieuteGazette Extraordinary.--Battle of Busaco.

ants, 1 Ensign, 21 Serjeants, 3 Drummers, 434 rank and Gle, wounded; 1 Captain, 1 Serjeant, 29 rank and file, missing.

C. STEWART, Major-gen, and Adjutant-gen. N. B. The officers and men returned missing are suppoesd prisoners of war.

Return of the killed, wounded, missing, and prisoners of war of the Portuguese army,

on the 27th of September, Killed-4 Captains, 2 Subalterns, 1 Serjeant, 1 Drummer, 82 rank and file. Wounded.-1 Colonel, 1 Major, 5 Captains, 18 Subalterns, 9 Serjeants, 478

rank and file. Prisoners and missing.--2 Serjeants, 18 rank and file.

· Total-Killed 90, wounded 512, prisoners and missing 20

FROM TUESDAY NIGHT'S GAZETTE. . Return of the killed, wounded, and missing of the Portuguese army, in the action

of the 27th of September, 1810.

HEAD-QUARTERS, Busaco, Sept. 28. General staff-1 Major wounded. " Artillery-5 rank and file, wounded, 1st Regiinent-1 Captain killed; 2 Subalterns, 1 Serjeant, 31 rank and file,

wounded 7th Regiment-3 rank and file, wounded. 8th Regiment-1 Captain, 29 rank and file, killed; 1 Captain, 4 Subalterns,

102 rank and file, wounded; 2 Serjeants, 9 rank and file, missing. 9th Regiment–5 rank and file, killed; 1 Major, 1 Subaltern, % Serjeants, 21

rank and file, wounded. 16th Regiment-1 Captain, killed; 1 Captain, 1 Subaltern, 26 rank and file,

wounded; 2 rank and file, missing. 19th Regiment—8 rank and file, killed; 1 Subaltern, 28 rank and file,

wounded. 21st Regiment-1 Captain, 1 Subaltern, 1 Serjeant, 1 Drummer, 11 rank and

fie, killed; 1 Colonel, 1 Captain, 3 Subalterns, 1 Serjeant, 66 rank and file, ,

wounded. 1st Cacadores2 rank and and file, killed; 20 rank and file, wounded. 2d Ditto-6 rank and file, killed; 30 rank and file; wounded; 7 rank and

file, missing. 3d Ditto---10 rank and file, killed; 3 Subalterns, 3 Serjeants, 73 rank and file,

wounded. Vol. 1. No. 1.

Gazette Extraordinary.- Battle of Busaco.

4th Ditto-1 Subaltern, 9 rank and file, killed; 1 Captain, 3 Subalterns, 1 Ser.

jeant, 51 rank and file, wounded.' 6th Ditto-1 rank and file, killed; 1 Captain, 1 Serjeant, 19 rank and ble,

wounded. Total Captains, 2 Subalterns, 1 Serjeant, 1 Drummer, 82 rank and file, billed; 1 Colonel, 1 Major, 5 Captains, 18 Subalterns, 9 Serjeants, 478 rank and file, wounded; 2 Serjeants, 18 rank and file, missing.

Names of the Officers killed and wounded. Killed.--1st Regiment-Captain William Mackintosh. 8th Regiment Captain Antonio Continho de Souza. 10th Regiment-Captain Charles Fox. 21st Regiment-Captain Salisbury, Ensign Agostinho de Souza e Castro. 4th Cacadores-Ensign Luiz das Neves Franco. Wounded.-Major Prior, acting Aid-de-camp to Marshal Beresford. 1st RegimentEnsigns Joseph de Paula and Bernardino de Serra, 8th Regiment-Captain Fransisco Euzebio, Lieutenant Vicente Maria Ayres,

Ensigns Joao Antonio Roiz, Mi Pedro de Sepa. Joaquim Migul. Mascas. 9th Regiment—Major Butler and Ensign Felis Antonio Bezerra. 16th Regiment-Captain Pedro da Cunha and Ensign Joze da Rocha. 19th Regiment--Lieutenant Joaquim Galdino da Rosa, 21st Regiment-Colonel Joseph Joaquim Champelmoud, Captain Antonio

Soires Borges, Lieutenant Diego Machade Paes, Ensigns Jose Monteiro and

Joao Alberto Pera de Essa. 3d Cacadores-Ensigns Alfonso Botelho, Joaquim Segurado, Joaquim Chris

tostimo. 4th Ditto--Captain Joze Bernardino, Lieutenants Anselmo de Quiroz and · Joaquim de Vasconcillos, Ensign Joaquim Felicisimo. 8th Ditto-Captain Laurenco Homem.

MANOEL DE BRITO MOUZINHO, Adjutant-general.

Note. Oar Readers will be pleased to take notice, that this Work will contain

all the Gazettes at full length; but as the Printer, to be in time for publica: tion on the 1st of the month, must pecessarily have all his matter before the 24th, whatever arrives after that day, must of course be postponed till the following month.

Military Promotions.

MILITARY PROMOTIONS.

WAR-OFFICE, October 16, 1810. » Regiment of Dragoon Guards--Lieutenant J. M. Young, from the 17th

Light Dragoons, to be Lieutenant, without purchase. 3d Regiment of Dragoons-Cornet William Bragge, to be Lieatenant, by pur

clase, vice Stevenson, who retires. 17th Regiment of Light Dragoons--Corner Francis Curtayne, to be Lieutenant,

without purchase, vice Young, appointed to the 3d Dragoon Guards. . f?d Ditto-Lieutenant Charles Middleton, from the Royal, to be Lieutenant,

vice Ellis, who exchanges; Cornet Isaac Gillam, to be Lieutenant, vice Hunte, deceased; Ensigu Robert M'Alpine, from the 12th Foot, to be

Cornet, vice Gillam. 24th Ditto-William Fitch Amold, Gent to be Cornet, without purchase, vice

Quieros, who resigns. 35th Ditto- James Collie Davidson, Gent. to be Comet, by purchase, vice Campbell, promoted; and Robert Gordon Davidson, Gent. to be Cornet, by

purchase, vice J. C. Davidson, who retires. Ast Regiment of Foot ---Lieutenant William Buckley to be Captain of a com.

pany, vice Anderson, deceased; Lieutenant Charles Thomas Ellis, from tho 92d Light Dragoons, to be Lieutenant, vice Middleton, who exchanges; and Serjeant-major William Mac-Ewen, to be Adjutant, (with the rank of Ensign), vice Buckley.. 8d Ditto-John Hume, Gent, to be Ensign, by purchase, vice Hooper, pro

moted. 12th Ditto-George Lawson, Gent. to be Ensign, without purchase, rice

M'Alpine, appointed to the 22d Light Dragoons. 13th Ditto--Brevet Lieutenant-colonel R. Hamilton, from the 1st garrison bat

talion, to be Major, vice Turner, who exchanges. 22d Ditto-Lieutenant John Stevens, from the 67th Foot, to be Lieutenant,

without purchase, vice Young, appointed to the 65th Foot. Mth Ditto-Lieutenant R. J. Graham, from the 28th Foot, to be Lieutenant,

vice Medlicott, who exchanges. 38th Ditto-Lieutenant John Medlicott, from the 24th Foot, to be Lieutenant,

vice Graham, who exchanges; Ensign Henry John Burn, to be Lieutenant, by purchase, vice Teulon, promoted. 31st Ditto-Gentleman Cadet William Smith, from the Royal Military Col

lege, to bę Ensign, witbout purchase, vice Paterelson, promoted.

Military Promotions. 34th Ditto-Lieutenant William Baker to be Captain of a company, vice Camp

bell, deceased. 41st Ditto-Lieutenant J. W. Winslow, from the Nova Scotia Fencibles, to be

Lieutenant, without purchase, vice Ogden, promoted in the 56th Foot. 42d Ditto-Lieutenant Alexander Graham to be Captain of a company, by

purchase, vice Fraser, who retires; Ensigo James White to be Lieutenant,

by purchase, vice Graham. .43d Ditto-Paymaster John Richards, from the 2d Battaliou, to be Paymas

ter of the 1st Battalion, vice Havelock, who resigns; Quarter-master David

Fraser, to be Pagmaster of the 2d Battalion, vice Richards. 46th Ditto-Ensign Thomas Kenagh Smith, from the 1st West India Regiment

to be Lieutenant, by porcbase, vice Charlewood, promoted in the 4th West

India Regiment. 59th Ditto--Lieutenant James Hill, to be Captain of a company, vice Wooler,

deceased. 63d Ditto--Lieutenant J. G. Buckley, from half-pay of the 3d Foot, to be

Lientenant, vice Hilditch, who exchanges. 65th Ditto-Captain Nathaniel Warren, to be Major, by purchase, vice Gar.

stin, who retires; Lieutenant R. J. Debnam, to be Captain of a company, by purchase, vice Warren. To be Lieutenants-Ensign Francis Brown, from the 80th Foot, vice Lord, de- ceased; Ensign Peter M‘Laine, from the 80th Foot, vice Bulkeley, cashier

ed; Ensigo Peter. Farquharson, from the 78th Foot, by purchase, vice

Debnam. 69th Ditto–Captain Joseph B. Glew, from the 4th Garrison Battalion, to be . Captain of a company, vice Snow, who exchanges. 730 Ditto-Lieutenant J. W. H. Streapham, from half-pay of the Royal Wago

gon Train, to be Lieutenant, vice Demay, who exchanges. 75th Ditto-Captain Stephen Gillman to be Major, by purchase, vice Guthrie,

who retires; Lieutenant Thomas, Atkins, to be Captain of a company, by purchase, vice Gillman; Ensigu Humphrey Palmer to be Lieutenapt, hg

purchase, vice Atkins. 76th Ditto-Serjeant-major Thomas Bamborough, from the 33d Foot, to be

Quarter-master, vice Leslie, deceased. 79th Ditto--Lieutenant Patrick Purves, to be Captain of a Company, by pur

chase, vice Lawrie, promoted; Ensign Robert James Acland to be Lieute

nant, by purchase, vice Parves. Both Ditto-Christopher Williams, Gent. to be Ensign, without purchase, vice

Brown, promoted in the 65th Foot.

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