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APPENDIX TO CHRONICLE

"NDIX TO CHRONICLE.

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armies engage to respect, and to ke those under their command t, the actual authorities so hey shall exist. Public property, with V that which relates it belongs to the ends upon the ball be rerers will with

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the Loire shall Paris shall continue to be done

[Transmitted by the Dake of

Wellington.] vmy shall the corps of the municipal gens

Gory, June 26, 1815. Lord,-Lieut.-Colonel Sir

hell, (Major of the 54th and Art. X. The Commanders in

sing asked my leave t chief of the English and Prussian

quarters to request

permission to return .d, I beg leave to take portunity of mentioning, I feel much obliged to him ur his conduct in closing, in the

town of Carabray, with the light ch companies of Major General Johnunel, son's brigade, and in leading one ors, 46 of the columns of attack. us, 19 en- The one which he commanded staff, 2 troop escaladed, at the angle formed (on 100 serjeants, our right side) by the Valenciennes 1,536 rank and gateway, and the curtine of the

horses, killed; 10 body of the place. aff, 4 colonels, 21 lieut.- A second, commanded by Co.5, 29 majors, 107 captains, lonel Sir William Douglas, of the sieutenants, 47 cornets or en- 91st regiment, and directed by gns, 17 staff, 3 troop quarter- Lieutenant Gilbert, Royal Enmasters, 330 serjeants, 36 drum- gineers, took advantage of the remers, 5,087 rank and file, and duced height in that part of the 863 horses, wounded; I lieut.- escarpe (which, on an average, is colonel, 4 captains, 5 lieutenants, on that side about 55 feet) by 2 cornets, 19 serjeants, 15 drum- placing their ladders on a covereil mers, 763 rank and file, 762 communication from this place, horses, missing.

to a large ravelin near the Amiens Total Hanoverian Loss.—1 lieu- road.

The Valenciennes gate was tenant-colonel, 2 captains, 2 lieutenants, 3 cornets or ensigns, 7 broken open hy Sir N. Campbell, serjeants, 273 rank and file, 33 and draw bridges let down in horses, killed ; % lieut.-colonels, about half an hour, when, on en10 majors, 15 captains, 26 lieu. tering the town, I found that the tenants, 13 cornets or ensigns, attack made by Colonel Mitchell's 2 staff, 31 serjeants, 11 drummers, brigade on the side of the Paris 1,014 rank and file, 98 horses, gate, had also succeeded: the one wounded ; 1 major, 1 lieutenant, directed by Captain Sharpe, Royal 1 cornet or ensign, 5 staff, 12 ser- Engineers, forced the outer gates jeants, 17 drummers, 779 rank of the Corre Port in the hornthe interpretation of it shall be

work, and passed both ditches, by and file, 11 horses, missing.

means of the rails of the draw

bridges, ult.

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Lourres, June 30, 1815. made in favour of the French army

My Lord, I have the honour and of the city of Paris.

of enclosing to your Lordship, the Art. XVI. The present Conven

returns of the killed and wounded tion is declared common to all the of the army, on the 16th, 17th, Allied Armies, provided it be rati- and 18th ; lists of officers, &c. fied by the Powers on which these

Brigadier General Hardinge, armies are dependant.

who was employed by me with the Art. XVII. The ratifications Prussian army, is not included in shall be exchanged to-morrow, the these returns; but he received a 4th of July, at six o'clock in the

severe wound in the battle of the morning, at the bridge of Neuilly. 16th, and has lost his left hand. Art. XVIII.

Commissioners He had conducted himself during shall be named by the respective the time he was so employed, in parties, in order to watch over the such a manner, as to obtain the execution of the present Conven- approbation of Marshal Prince tion.

Blucher, and the officers at the Done and signed at St. Cloud, Prussian head quarters, as well as in triplicate, by the Commissioners mine, and I greatly regret his above named, the day and year misfortune. before mentioned.

I have the honour to be, (Signed)

&c. &c. The Baron Bigxon.

(Signed) Count GUILLEMONT,

WELLNGTOK. Count de Bondy.

Total of the British Loss in the
The Baron de MUFFLING.

Action of the 16th ult.—1 general
T. B. HERVEY, Colonel.
Approved and ratified the pre- tains, 14 lieutenants, 9 ensigns,

staff, I lieutenant colonel, 4 capsent Suspension of Arms, i staff, 17 serjeants, 3 drummers, at Paris, the 3d of July, 2699 rank and file, 19 horses killed ; 1815.

4 lieutenant-colonels, 7 majors, Approved,

35 captains, 68 lieutenants, 23 en(Signed) Marshal

signs, 4 staff, 100 serjeants, 5 The Prince D'ECKMUHL. drummers, 1,909 rank and file,

14 horses, wounded; I captain, 2 serjeants, 2 drummers, 27 rank and file, 1 horse, missing.

Total Loss of Hanoverians. Downing-street, July 6, 1815. lieutenants, 2 serjeants, 1 drumDispatches, of which the fol- mer, 29 rank and file, killed; s lowing are copies,

have been this captains, 6 lieutenants, 5 ensigns, day received by Earl Bathurst, 11 serjeants, 193 rank and file, from Field Marshal his Grace the wounded ; 1 captain, 2 ensigns, Duke of Wellington, dated Lou- 4 serjeants, 142 rank and file, vres, the 30th of June, and Go, missing. nasse, the 2d of July, 1815. Total of British Loss on the 17th

WAR-DEPARTMENT.

ult.- lieutenant, 1 serjeant, 24 [Transmitted by the Duke of rank and file, 45 horses, killed ;

Wellington.] I captain, 2 lieutenants, 8 serjeants, 41 rank and file, 20 horses,

Gory, June 26, 1815. wounded; I major, 2 eaptains, My Lord,-Lieut.-Colonel Sir I lieutenant, 2 serjeants, 1 drum- N. Campbell, (Major of the 54th mer, 30 rank and file, 33 horses, regiment) having asked my leave missing

to go to head quarters to request Total Hanoverian Loss.—9 rank your Grace's permission to return and file, killed; 1 major, 1 cap- to England, I beg leave to take tain, 2 ensigns, 5 serjeants, 74 the opportunity of mentioning, rank and file, wounded; 1 ser- that I feel much obliged to him jeant, i drummer, 32 rank and for his conduct in closing, in the file, missing.

town of Cambray, with the light Total British Loss on the 18th companies of Major General Johnult.-, general staff, I colonel, son's brigade, and in leading one 3 lieut.-colonels, 6 majors, 46 of the columns of attack. captains, 26 lieutenants, 19 en- The one which he commanded signs, or cornets, 5 staff, 2 troop escaladed, at the angle formed (on quarter-masters, 100 serjeants, our right side) by the Valenciennes 13 drummers, 1,536 rank and gateway, and the curtine of the file, and 1,462 horses, killed; 10 body of the place. general staff, 4 colonels, 21 lieut.- A second, commanded by Cocolonels, 28 majors, 107 captains, lonel Sir William Douglas, of the 202 lieutenants, 47 cornets or en- 91st regiment, and directed by signs, 17 staff, 3 troop quarter- Lieutenant Gilbert, Royal E1masters, 330 serjeants, 36 drum- gineers, took advantage of the remers, 5,087 rank and file, and duced height in that part of the 863 horses, wounded; I lieut.- escarpe (which, on an average, is colonel, 4 captains, 5 lieutenants, on that side about 55 feet) by 2 cornets, 17 serjeants, 15 drum- placing their ladders on a covereil mers, 763 rank and file, 762 communication from this place, horses, missing.

to a large ravelin near the Ainiens Total Hanoverian Loss.—1 lieu- road. tepant-colonel, 2 captains, 2 lieu- The Valenciennes

gate was tenants, 3 cornets or ensigns, 7 broken open hy Sir N. Campbell, serjeants, 273 rank and file, 33 and draw bridges let down in horses, killed; 2 lieut.-colonels, about half an hour, when, on en20 majors, 15 captains, 26 lieu- tering the town, I found that the tenants, 13 cornets or ensigns, attack made by Colonel Mitchell's % staff, 31 serjeants, 11 drummers, brigade on the side of the Paris 1,014 rank and file, 28 horses, gate, had also succeeded: the one wounded; I major, 1 lieutenant, directed by Captain Sharpe, Royal ? cornet or ensign, 5 staff, 12 ser- Engineers, forced the outer gates jeants, 17 drummers, 779 rank of the Corre Port in the hornand file, 11 horses, missing. work, and passed both ditches, by

means of the rails of the draw

bridges,

WAR DEPARTMENT.

bridges, which they scrambled when the circumstances we enover by the side ; not being able tered by are considered. to force the main gate, they es- From the division, as well as my caladed by the breach (the state of personal staff, I received every which your Grace had observed) assistance in the course of the in the morning, and before which, three days operations. although the ditch was said to

I am, &c. have twelve feet water, a footing (Signed) on dry gound was found, by

CHARLES COLVILLE. wading through a narrow port in the angle of thç gate, within the Total Loss at Cambray-1 lieut. rampart. I have every reason to 7 rank and file, killed; 2 lieube satisfied with the light infan- tenants, 1 ensign, 1 serjeant, 28 try of the division, who by their rank and file, wounded. fire covered the attacks of the parties, of sixty men each, which preceded the column.

The three brigades of artillery of Lieutenant Colonel Webber

Downing-street, July 11. Smith, and Majors Knott and Browne, under the direction of

A dispatch, of which the folLieutenant Colonel Hawker, made lowing is a copy, was this day particularly good practice, and received froin Field - Marshal the immediately silenced the fire of Duke of Wellington, K. G. adthe enemy's artillery, except from dressed to Earl Bathurst, his Matwo guns on each filank of the ci- jesty's Principal Secretary of State tadel, which could not be got at, for the War Department :and two field pieces on the ramparts of the town, above the Va

Paris, July 8, 1815. lenciennes gate, and which played upon the troops as they debouched

My Lord,-In consequence of from the cover they had been the convention with the enemy, of posted in. Twenty prisoners were which I transmitted your Lordship made at the horn work of the the copy in my dispatch of the 4th, Paris gate, and about one hundred the troops under my command, and thirty altogether in the town. and that of Field Marshal Prince Their fire was very slack, and even Blucher, occupied the barriers of that, I foresaw, they were forced Paris on the 6th, and entered the to, by the garrison of the citadel. city yesterday, which has ever I left the 23d and 91st regiments since been perfectly quiet. in town, with two guns, and a

The King of France entered troop of Ensdorff hussars, and am

Paris this day. much indebted to Sir William

I have the honour to be, &c. Douglas and Colonel Dalmer, for

WELLINGTON. their assistance in preserving or- Earl Bathurst, &c. der. Some depredations werecommitted, but of no consequence,

Admiralty

Admiralty-office, July 25. Falmouth, arrived last night from Extract of a letter from Cap- the Gironde, bringing the satis

tain Maitland, of his Majesty's factory intelligence of that river ship Bellerophon, to John Wil- having been successfully entered son Croker, Esq. dated in without loss on the 13th inst. by the Basque-roads, the 14th instant. Pactolus, Hebrus, and Falmouth.

I enclose, for their Lordship's For the information of my Lords information, a copy of the Hon. Commissioners of the Admiralty, Captain Aylmer's letter, reporting I have to acquaint you that the his proceedings in the execution Count Las Casses and General of this service, in which both Allemand, this day came on board Captain Palmer and he have shewn his Majesty's ship under my com- a commendable zeal. mand, with a proposal for me to I have the honour to be, &c. receive on board Napoleon Buo- (Signed) naparte, for the purpose of throw

Keith, Admiral. ing himself on the generosity of J. W. Croker, Esq. his Royal Highness the Prince P.S. I also enclose a copy of a Regent.

letter from Captain Palmer, of Conceiving myself authorized the Hebrus. by their Lordships' secret order, I have acceded to the proposal, His Majesty's ship Pactolus, in and he is to embark on board this

the Gironde, July 14. ship to-morrow morning.

My Lord—I arrived off this That po misunderstanding might port on the 3d inst. and, in comarise, I have explicitly and clearly pliance with the wishes of Geneexplained to the Count Las Casses, ral Donnadieu, sent in a flag of that I have no authority whatever truce, with an aide-de-camp of for granting terms of any sort; the General's, for the purpose of but that all I can do is, to convey communicating with the General, him and his suite to England, to Clausel, commanding at Bourbe received in such manner as his deaux ; but as two days more Royal Highness may deem ex- elapsed without any answer or pedient.

news of the aide-de-camp, I sent another flag into a corvette lying

in the river; and I learnt from Admiralty-office, July 25, 1815. her commander that he had receiv.

ed the most positive orders from Copy of a Letter from Admiral Gen. Clausel not to hold any kind

Viscount Keith, to John Wilson of communication with us. In Croker, Esq. dated on board his addition to this we received a proMajesty's ship the Ville de Paris, clamation, signed by that Genein Hamoaze, the 21st inst. ral, declaring Bourdeaux and its

whole vicinity in a state of siege, Ville de Paris, in Hamoaze, and threatening with military ex

July 21, 1815. ecution any who manifested signs Sir,--Captain Knight, of the of disaffection to his government.

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