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Military Promotions.

COMMISSION IN THE EDINBURGH REGIMENT OT MILITIA, SIGNED BT Til
LORD LIEUTENANT.
James Brown Patison, gent, to be ensign, vice Robertson, promoted in the line.
Dated February 7, 1812.

COMMISSIONS IN THE RUTLAND LOCAL MILITIA, SIGNED BY THE LORD

LIEUTENANT. James Tiptaft, Esq. to be captain. Dated May I, 1811, Robert Tomblin, gent, to be first lieutenant. Dated as above. John Charles Louth, gent, to be second lieutenant. Dated April 22, III I. George Wilson, gent, to be ditto. Dated May 2, 1811.

COMMISSIONS SIGNED BT THE LORD LIEUTENANT or THE COUNTY Of

NORFOLK.

9d, or East Norfolk regiment of Militia. Francis Henry Noble, gent, to he ensign, vice H ughes, resigned. Dated April 24, 1812.

1st Eastern regiment of Norfolk Local Militia. Frederick Woodrow, gent, to be second lieutenant, rice Utton, promoted. Dated April 30, 1819.

PRIMED By AND WOK 1. 0AYII, 38, Emx-BTREET, HUM).

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Printed by W. M'DowjlI, Pembcrtoa low, Goutfh Squire,

'OBJ.DAVIS, MILITARY CHRONICLE OFFICE, ESSEX STREET, STRAND; AND TO BE HAD OF THE BOOKSELLERS.

1812.

WE trus 'tat J. C. will favour us with the cantinuatton of his valuable Journal. We cannot ;;itnciently express our {hanks for his kindness, and our admiration of the various talents, and all of them in t singular degree, which appear to be possessed by this gentleman. We have lately seen the celebrated Cart Militaire, corrected by him, and some translations from the French and German, which piove the rare union of of knowledge, talents, and industry, in a subaltern.

We must express our warmest thanks likewise to H. K. His approbation of our effoitt is a part of our roost pleasing reward. The praise of good and excellent men is in some degree their acknowledgment that tiiev see something of a kindred mem in ourselves.

Qur other Correspondents will be pleased to receive our thanks.

On the 6th of this Month will be published, ■price Two Shillings and Six pence, expressly for the purpose of'enabling Officers, in Two Months, to instmct themselves.

A SPANISH GRAMMAR, arranged on the plan of the Eton Latin Grammar, i.e. so as, by the omission of what is superfluous, and the fullest exposition of what is necessary, to unite the greatest brexity with the Jul/est explanation, and thereby to assist the memory, and enable every one to instruct themselves. The Publisher is enabled to say, that this is not only the cheapest, bvt likeuise the best Spanish Grammar extant; inasmuch as itjs not the work of an ignorant foreigner, but of an elegant scholar, for his own use,

The Eleventh Number of the. Military Classics « published this day. It contains the first part of the Lives of Plutarch, a book which ought to be the constant companion of every gentleman and officer. The price of' each Number of the Military Classics, is Two Shillings and Six-pence.

INTERESTING MILITARY WORKS.

This day is published, by T. Eoehton, at the Military Library, Whitehall,

A DETAIL of the LINE MOVEMENTS, prescribed in Part the Fourth of His

Majesty's Regulations for the British Army, exemplified in Eighty-five Manoeuvres,

with Diagrams. By MAJOR JAMES PALMER, Brigade-Major of the North British

Stall. AI.vl

A NARRATIVE of the CAMPAIGNS of that late distinguished Corps, the - Ugal Lusitanian Legion," from its first organization under Brigadier-General Sir Robert Wilson, Aiderie-Camp to the King, K. M. T. and K.T. S. in 1808, to its final dissolution in 1811; also relating to.tlie Campaigns in the Peninsula, in the years 1BOG, ISO'.1, 1810, and lfcil.

PRIVATE MILITARY INSTITUTION, SHOOTER'S HILL, KENT.

At Mr. C. Malobti De Mxrtemont'b, knight of the royal and military order e? St. Louis-, late a captain in the French royal artillery; and master of fortification and artillery in the royal military academy, Woolwich; author of "The Theory of Field Fortification;" " Commentaries on the Spirit of the modern System of War;" *' In•tructions for Officers in Military Plan Drawing, &c. &c. etc." a few young Gentlemen ere boarded and qualified for the army, and the Honourable East India Company's service. They are also prepared for the Royal Military College, Mario w; and for the Honourable East India Company's Military College, Croydon.

They are taught mathematics; permanent and field fortification, including the practical method of tracing works on the ground, and of constructing tbcm; the art of attacking and defending fortresses, posts, iutrenchments, dc. military plan drawing; the proper method to reconnoitre and survey in the-fleld, both with instruments and by the eye •lone; levelling; castranietation; tactics; perspective; and the French language. The gentlemen may be attended also, if required, by classical, German, fencing, dancing, drill, and drawing masters, on moderate terms. •

N.B. French is spoken in the family.

*»* All letters addressed to Mr. C. Malorti de Martemont, Shooter's Hill, Kent, respecting further particulars, will be duly attended to.

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