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BRITISH OFFICER'S MONTHLY REGISTER,
FOR NOVEMBER 1810..
Battle of Busaco.
Observations on ditto ........
Fourth Period.--The Mutiny Act",....
TOPOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNTS OF
Malta ii, ..
PRESENT STATE OF THE EUROPEAN
Objects of the Movements ..........
To Gentlemen of the Army ............
Lecture the First ..................... Obituary ...........
EXIBELLISHMENTS FOR NEXT MONTH..
L de ably esgraved Portrait of General Sic SOHN STUART, of Maida, to
which will be added a detailed Memoir of his life. I. A Military Map and Plan of the Islead of Sicily. with the Channel between
that island and Italy · IL Ilustrations of any Garettes which may arrive before the poth of the
TO GENTLEMEN OF THE ARMY.
IP any of our Readers shall favour us with their Corres: pondence, wliich we again solicit, as it will much facilitate us ir rendering the Workworthy of general patronage, they will be pleased to address their Letters to the Editor, No.38, Essex Street, Strand, (past paid). Every attention will be paid to them; and they will be inserted in whatever manner desired.
· Orders for the Royal MILITARY CHRONICLE, to be given to the Booksellers or Newsmen of the respectiva
Towns where ordered.
GENTLEMEN OF THE BRITISH ARMY,
To the real and permanent good of the British Army; to its grace, its dignity, and its utility, through its manners, morals, and knowledge, this work is humbly dedicated ; being an anxious effort, upon the part of the Editor and his friends, to infuse into the younger officers a professional real and an ardent patriotism; and to remind them that the best and surest roots of all true heroism are that knowledge and virtue, which, by adding their worth, teach phen to value themselves ; and that active and manly piety, which, in teaching them the FEAR OF GOD, sets them above all other fear whatever.