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London Gazette.- Dispatches frobi Loril Wellington.

Jst batt. 50th font- Lieutenant wounded.

ist batt. 52d foo1-3 Captains, 2 Lieutenants, 3 Serjeants, 50 rank and file killed ; 1 Lieutenant-Culonel, 1 Mjor, 2 Captains, 8 Lieutenants, i Ensign, i Stafi, 19 Serjeants, 234 rauk and file wounded.

5th hatt hoth footai Lieutenant, 4 rank and file killed ; 1 Lieutenant-Colonel, i Major, 1 Lieutenant, i Stuff, 9 Serjeants, 24 rank aud file wouuded.

74th foot-i Strieant, u rank and file killed; 1 Lieutenant-Colonel, 2 Captains, 4 Lieutenants, 3 Serjeants, 30 rank and file wounded ; 2 rank and ble missing.

77th foot- Licutenant-Colonel, 2 Lieutenants, i Stati, 2 Serjrants, 8 rank and file wounded.

2d batt. 83d foot Captain, i Serjeant, 22 rank and file killed; 4 Lieutenants, 3 Ensigns, 3 Serjeants, 36 rak and file wounded.

jst hatt. 88th foot-i Captain, 2 Lieutenants, 4 Serjeants, 25 rank and file killed; 2 Ca, tains, 4 Lieutenants, i Ensigo, 9 Sarjeants, 7 drummer, 96 rank and file wounded.

gath for:t--1 Ensign, 12 rank and file killed; 1 Licutenant, 6 Serjeants, 46 rank and file wounded.

Ist batt 95th fot- Major, 1 C:ptain, 1 Lieutenant, 3 Serjeants, 24 rank and file killed; 4 Captains, 6 Lieutenants, 15 Serjeants, 3 drummers, 736 rank and file wounded

3d batt. 95th foot-4 Lieutenants, 9 rank and file killed ; 4 Lieutenants, 2 Ser. jeants, 45 rank and ale wounded.

Brunswick Oeis—rank and file killed; i Captain, 1 Lieutenant, i drummer, 25 rank and file wounded.

JOHN WATERS, Lieut.-Col. and Acting Adj.-Gen.

RECAPITULATION.

Pritish loss from 3d to 5th of April, 1812—3 rank and file killed ; 1 officer, 26 Tapk and file wounded.

British loss from 6th to 7th of April 1812–51 officers, 42 serjeants, 557 rank and file killed ; 212 ufficers, 153 serjeants, 12 drummers, 1945 rank and file wounded; I scrjeant, 21 rank and file missing.

Total British loss--51 officers, 40 serjeants, 560 rank and file killed; 213 officers, 153 serjeants, 12 drummers, 1971 rank and file wounded; I serjeant, 21 rank and hle missing

Portuguese loss from 3i1 to 5th April, 1815-1 officer, 9 rank and file killed; 3 officers, 1 diuramer, 12 rank and file wounded.,

Portuguese loss from oth to 7th of April, 1912--8 officers, 6 serjeants, 1 drummer, 140 rank and file killed : 45 officers, 32 serjeants, 2 druinmers, 466 rank and file wounded ; 30 rank and file missing.

Tutal Portuguese luss-9 officers, 6 serjeants, i drummer, 149 rank and file killin; 48 officers, 32 serjeants, 3 drummers, 478 rank and tile wounded ; 30 rank and file missig.

British luss during the siege-60 officers, 45 sericants, 715 rank and file killed; 251 ufficers, 178 strjeants, 14 drummers, 2,564 rank and file wounded ; 1 serjeant, 32 rank and file missing.

Portuguese loss during the siege 12 officers. 6 serjeants, 2 druinmers, 195 rank and file killed ; 55 offrers, 38 serjeants, s drummers, 684 rank and file wounded; 30 rank and file missing

Grand total from both March to 7th April, 1812, inclusive-72 officers, 51 serjeant, 9 lrummers, 910 rank and file killed ; 306 officers, 216 serjeants, 17 drummers, 3,248 rank and file wounded ; 1 serjeant, 62 rank and tile missing. Nanes of the Oficers killed and wounded at the siege of Badajoz, fross the 31st of

March to the 2d of April, 1812. KILLED-45th Foot-Lieutepant White. Purtugas se ArtilleryCaptain Antonio Vellez Barreiro. WOUNDED-Royal Artillery-Captain Dundas, lost an arm. King's Germa!. Artillery--Lieutenant Thiele, slightly 341h forint-Lieutenant Masterman, actiog Engineer, severely, not dangerously. 9:41 font-wilutenint Caitenaugh, acting Engineer. 941h fout--Lieutenant Munroe, slightly.

21-: Puite ques. -- Fusigu Fincesco de Casiru, slightly. Names nf che officers killed, wounded and missing, at the siege of Badajoz, from the

6th to the 7th of April, 1812, inclusive. KILLED--2:10 foot-Captain Jobustone, aid-du.camp to Major-General Bowes. Ruyal Artillery-Captaiu Lathum.

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London Gazette.-Dispatches from L rd Wellinston.

Royal Engineers-Lieutenants Lascelles and De Salabury.
Ist batt. 4th fo!--Captain Bellingham, Lieutenant Stavely.
2d batt. 5th fout -Major Ridge.

1st hatt. 7th foot lajor Singer, Captain Cholwick, Lieutenants Ray, Fowler, and Pise.

ist batt. 23d foot-Captain Maw, Lieutenant Collins.
3d ball. 27th foot-Captain Jones, Lieutenants Levinge, Simcoe, and Wayte.
2d batt. 38th foot- Ensign Evans.
ist batt. 4o1b toot-Leutenants Ayling and Greenshuld.

ist batt. 43d fool-Lieutenant-Colonel M'Levd, Lieutenants Harręst and Tag, gart.

2d batt. 44tb fout_Lieutenants Unthank and Argent.
ist batt. 45th foot-Captain Herrick, Eusias Y'Donald and Collins.
Ist batt. 48th foot-Captain Brooke, Lieutenant Chilicoat, and Ensign Barker.

Ist batt. 52d foot-Captaios Jones, Madden, and Poole; Lieutenants Booth and
Royal.

5th batt. 60th foot-Lieutenant Sterne.
2d batt. 83d foot --Captain Fry;
Ist batt. 88th foot-Captain Lindsay, Lieutenant Mansfield, and Lieut. M'Alpin.
94th fuel-Ensigo Long.
is batt. 95th fout- Maj r O'Hare, Captain Diggle, and Lieutenant Stokes.
3d batt. 95tii foot-Lieutenints Hovenden, Carey, Allix, and Croudace.
ist batt 4otb foot-Mr. O'Brien, a volunteer.

Wounded-771h fot-Lieutenant-Gene al Pictön, slightly; Major-General the honourable C. Colville, severely, not dangerously.

sist foot-Major General Kempt, slighty,
1st batt. 59th foot-Major-General Walker, severely.
6th fool-- Major-General Bowes, severely, bot dangerously.

7th West India Regiment of tout-Major the Hon. H. Pakenham, Assistant Ad. jutant-General, severely, not dangerously; Major Brooke, Permanent Adjutant Quarter-Master-General, severely, not dangerously.

8 ]st foot-Captain James, Deputy-Adjutant-General, severely, not dangerously.

920 foot-Brevet Major M‘Pherson, Brigade-Major, severely, not dangerously.
25th foot-Captain Potter, Brigadt - Maj r, severely, ifot dangerously.
45th foot-Captain Campbell, Brigade-Major, slightly.
30th fvol-Captain Machell, Brigade- Major, Severely.

7 1st foot-Cajitain Spottiswoode, Aide-de Camp to Major-General Culville, severely.

5th foot-Captain Bennett, Aid-de-Camp to Major-General Kempt, severely. 50th fuot-Lieutenant Johnstone, Aide-de-Camp 10 Major General Walker, slightly.

18th Hussars-Lieut. Harris, Aid-de-Camp to Major-General the Hon. C. Stewart, very slightly.

King's German Artillery-Lieut. Goeben, severely.

Royal Engineers-Captains Nicholas and Williams, and Lieutenant Emmett, severely.

Ist Royal Scots--Lieutenants Rea and O'Neil, acting Engineers, slightly.

ist batt. 4th foot_Major faunce, slightly; Captains Williamson, Wilson, Burke, and Haowell, severely; Lieutenant Salvin, slightly ; Lieutenants Dean, Brown, and Shepperd, severely : Convoy, slightly; Craster, severely; Boyd, slightly; and Aley, severely; Ensigos Rawlins and Arnold, severely.

2d batt. 5th. foot-Captain Doyle, Lieutenant J. Pennington, and Ensign Hopkios, severely.

ist bait. 7th foot-Lieutenant-Colonel Blakeney, Captain Mair, Lientenants St. Pol, Moses, Devey, Barrington, Lester, Russell, and George, severely; Lieutenants Heory, Baldwin, and Knowles, slightly.

Ist batt. 233 foot-Captains Leckey and Stainfortb, severely; Captain Hawtyn, slightly; Lieutenants Jobinstone, Ilarrison, Tucker, G. Brown, Farmer, Brownson, Walker, Fielding, Whaley, Holmes, second Lieutenants Wibyates and Llewelyn, severely.

3d batt. 27th foot- Major Erskine (Lientenant-Colonel), Captain Ward (Lieutenant-Cylonel), severely; Lieutenant Gordon, slightly ; Lieutenants A. Thompson and Radcliffe, severely ; Lieutenants Muore, Hanley, Pollock, and Weir, slightly ; Ensign Phillips, severely; Ensign Warringtun, severely (since dead); Adjutaut Daridson, severely.

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London Gazette.-Dispatches from Lord 1Vellington.

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2d batt. 30th foot-Major Grey (Lieutenant-Colonci), severely (since dend); Captain flitchin, slightly ; Captain Chambers, severely; Lieutenants Baillie and Neville, and Ensign Pratt, sligiitly.

8d batt. 38th foot-Captain Barnard, severely ; Lieutenants Magill and Lawrence, slightly ; Ensign Ried, severely,

Ist batt. 40th foot-Lieutenant-Colonel Harcourt, Major Gillies, and Captain Phillips, severely ; Captain Bowen, slightly; Lieutenants Street, Grey, Moore, Turton, Butler, Miller, Anthony, and Toole, sererely; Lieutenant Gurman, slightly; Ensign Jolinson, severely.

ist bait. 430 Foot - Major Wells, severely; Captains Ferguson and Strond, slightly ; Lieutenants Pollock, Rideout, and Capell, severely; Lieutenant W'. Freer, right arin amputated; Lieutenant Oglauder, left arm amputated; Lieutenant Mad. den, severely ; Lieutenants Hodgsou, O'Connel, and Cook, slightly; Lieutenants E. Freer, Considene, and Baillie, severely,

2d bait. 14th foot-Lieutenant-Colonel H. G. Carleton, Captains Berwick, Brugh Jervoice, severely; Lieutenant Mead, slightly; Lieutenant Sinclair, severely ; Ensign O'Reilly, slightly.

Ist batt. 45th foor—Captains Lightfoot and O'Flaherty, slightly; Lieutenants Powell, Reynett, and Metcalf, scverely; Lieutenauts M'Pherson, Dale, ani Munroe, and Ensign Stewart, slightly ; Ensiyu Jones, severely.

Jst bart. 48th foot-Lieutenant-Colonel Erskine, severely; Major Wilson, and Captain Bell, slightly ; Captain French, severely ; Captain Turnpenny, slightly; Lieutenant Brook, severely ; Lieutenants Stroud, Cuthbertson, Robinson, Armstrong, Wilson, and Pountney, slightly; Ensigns Thatcher, Johnston, Bourke, and Thomson, slightly.

1st batt. 50th foot-Lieutenant M'Carthy, Acting Engineer, severely.

Ist batt 520 foot--Lieutenant-Colonel Gibbs, Major Mein, and Captain Camphell, severely ; Captain Merry, severely (sir.ce dead); Lieutenants M’Nair, kinloch, and York, slightly; Lieut. Blackwood, severely; Lieutenants Davis and Royds, slightly ; Lieut. Barlow and C. Dawson, severely ; Ensigo Gowler and Adjutant Winterbottom, slightly.

5th batt. 6th fool-Lieutenant-Colonels Williams and Fitzgerald, and Lieutenant Gilsa, sliglitly; Adjutant Brooeiz, severely.

74th fuot-Lieutenart. Colonel the Hon. Power French, and Captain Laoglands, severely ; Caplain Thomson, slightly ; Lieutenant Grant, severclv; Lieutenant Pattison, slightly ; Lieutenant King, severely; Lieutenant Ironside, slightly.

771h foot-Lieutenant-Colonel Duncan, slightly; Lieutenant Clark, severely; Lieutenant Pennefather and Adjutant Jones, sligbily.

2d batt. 83d fool-Lieutenants Bowles, O'Neii, aud Bloomfield, sercrely ; Lieutenant Barry, Eusigas Varasour, and litzgibbons, slightly; Ensign Lane, severely.

jut batt. 98th foot-Captain Murphy, severely; Captain Peschall, very slightly; Captain Dauern, slightly; Captains Colborn, Whitelaw, W. Btewart, and Ensign Gratton, severely.

g4th foot-Lieutenant Bogue, severely.

ast batt. 95th foot-Captains Cranıpton and Balvaird, severely ; Captains Gray and M‘Dermed, slightly; Lieutenants Johnston and Garilner, severely; Lieutenant Fitzmorrice, slightly; Lieutenants Manners, M'Pherson, and Forster, severely.

3d batt. 95th foot-Lieutenant Macdonald, severely; Lieutenant Stewart, slightly; Lieutenant Worsley, severely ; Lieutenant Farmer.

Brunswick Oel's-Captain Girswald, severely ; Lieutenant Kubowsky, slightly. 40014001 Volunteer Widenham, slightly. 43d foot--Volunteer O'Connell, severely. 451h foot---Volunteer Percy, slightly. 83d foot-Volunteer Illers, slightly. 95th foot--Volunteer Lawson, slightly. KILLED-3d Regiment Line, Portuguesc--Licntenant A. de Silviera., uth ditto--Lieutenant-Colonel M Donnell, gist British. 23d ditto--Ensign D. de Cavallo. 1st Caçadores--Lieut. J. M. St. Valez. 3d ditto-Captain Morphew, R. W.I. R. Brit. 8th ditto--Captain de Bruning, Y. Le. I. 8th ditte-Lieutenant Pinto de Lousao. WOUNDED-79th British Reginnent-Brigadier-General Harvey, sererely.

A4th ditto-Captain Peacocke, Brigade-Major, severely; Lieutevant Alvaro de Costa, Aide-de-Camp to Brigadier General Harvey, sererely.

Royal British Artillery-Major Tulloch.

London Gazette:--Dispatches from Lord Wellington.

420 batt. 11th Line-Major Anderson, slightly; Captain J. de Mattos, severely; Captains F. de Almeida, J. Maria, and Lieutenant J. V, de la Serda, slightly; Lieutenants Clements, El Pinto, M. dos Santos Cebral, and Eosigns J. de Guvon, M. Tavary, Oliva, and J. D'Averida, severely; Eusiga Gos Bernido, slightly.

15th Line-Captain Thomas O'Neil (32d Britishi), severely; Ensiga F. de Poulal, severely. 21st Line-Lieutenant Peruva, severely.

23d Line Captain R. Felix, Lieutenant J. Rebocho, and Ensign J. Mendorca, slightly; Lieutenant A. Madeiras, and Ensigns Pedro Re Bocha and E. Serviera, severely.

ist Caçadores Major Algeo (late 34th British); Captain M'Donald (71st British), severely; and Ensigo Rebello.

3d ditto.- Lieutenant-Colonel Elder (late 95th British), Major P. de Silviera, Captain I. Ignacio, Captain Dobbin (27th British), Lieuts. M. Paxato and J. C. d'Aindarblo, Ensiga J. Fexeira.

7th ditto. -Capiain O'Hara (47th British), Lieut. R. Carmacho, severely; Lieut. A. Graves, Ensign J. Joze de Almeida, slightly.

8th ditto.-Captain J. F. de Magelacus, severely; Lieut. J. W. Candoso, Eusiga. J. Lecba, slightly. Return of Ordnance, Ammunition, and small Arms, found in the City of Badajoz,

when taken by assault by the Allied Army under the command of his Excelleney the Earl of Wellington, K. B. on the evening of the 6th nf April, 1912.

Camp before Badajoz, April 8, 1812.

Spanish Brass Guns, 39 twenty-four-pounders, 19 sixteen-pounders, 17 twelve-pounders, 3 aine. pounders, 12 eiglt-pounders, • six-pounders, 39 four-pounders.

Spanish Brass Mortars. 7 twelve-inch, 5 ten-inch, 7 six-inch.

Spanish Brass Howitzers. 11 eight-inch, 9 six-inch. Total-172.

Ammunitiou and small Arms. 5481 muskets with bayonets, 163,000 musket-cartridges, 10 tons of loose musket. balle, 12,000 lbs. of gün-powder, 23,650 twenty-four-pounder roond shot, 3,200 eighteen-pounder ditto, 12,847 sixteen-pounder ditto, 3,167 twelve-pounder ditto, 29,850 eight-pounder ditto, 50 six-pounder ditto, 20,800 four-pounder ditto, 311 twenty-four-pounder grape-sbot, jo eighteen-pounder ditto, 60 sixteen-pounder ditto, 30 sixteen-pounder case-shot, 183 four-pounder ditto, 150 sixteen-inch shells filled, 70 sixteen-inch empty shells, bu twelve-inch ditto, 165 ten-inch ditto, 100 eight-inch ditto, 75 six-inch ditto. ity of materials for making gun-carriages. (Signed)

HAYLETT FARNINGHAM,

Lieut-Col. Royal Artillery, His Excellency the Earl of Wellington, K. B.

Commander of the Forces, &c.

With a

ERRATA.
Por signature to “ Operations of Sir D. Baird's Division,” read J. P. justead of
S. P.

Line 11, page 13, for “now," read none.
Ditto, ditto, for the force," read this force.
Line 19, page 19, for “ dress room," read mess-room.
Line 35, page 19, for “ Orreusa," read Orrensa.
Line 3, page 20, for "our Spaniards," read the Spaniards,
Line 34, page 20, for insuficiency,” read inefficiency.
Line 25, note, page 14, for “couri bridle," read short bridle.
Line 4, note, page 15, for “transplanting,” read transporting
Line 7, note, page 17, for “ pigs," read pigs.

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