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St. Catharines (Canada) (search for this): article 20
of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Toronto.--One field battery of Royal Artillery, the Thirtieth regiment, and one company of sappers. Hamilton.--One battery of Royal Artillery, one battery of Rifle brigade. London.--One field battery of Royal Artillery; the Sixty-third regiment (headquarters;) Royal Canadian Rifles, (headquarters;) one battalion of the Military train. Guelph.--Four companies of the Sixty-third regiment. St. Johns, L. C.--Three companies Royal Canadian Rifles. Chambly--One company Royal Canadian Rifles. Isle aux Noix.--One battery of the Royal Artillery; one company of the Forty-seventh regiment. Virteria Bridge (north side).--Detachment of the Forty-seventh regiment. Niagara.--One company of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Port Dalhousie.--Fifty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Port Colborne.--Fifty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Dunville.--Forty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles. St. Catherines.--One company of the Thirtieth regiment.
Montreal (Canada) (search for this): article 20
Warlike preparations in the Canada.[from the London free press. Jan. 22. We are enabled to put the public in possession of the decision of the military authorities in reference to the distribution of the troops throughout the province. The information is received from an official quarter, and may, therefore, be relied upon as correct. The troops will be disposed of as follows: Montreal.--Two field batteries of artillery, one garrison do. royal artillery, two battalions of the Foot Guards, one company of sappers and miners, the First battalion of the Sixteenth and Forty-seventh regiments, and one battalion of the Military train. Quebec.--Three batteries of Royal Artillery, the First battalion of the Seventeenth regiment, Fourth battalion of the Sixth Rifles. Kingston.--Two batteries of Royal Artillery, the Sixty-second regiment, and four companies strong of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Toronto.--One field battery of Royal Artillery, the Thirtieth regiment, and one co
Kingston, Ga. (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 20
rter, and may, therefore, be relied upon as correct. The troops will be disposed of as follows: Montreal.--Two field batteries of artillery, one garrison do. royal artillery, two battalions of the Foot Guards, one company of sappers and miners, the First battalion of the Sixteenth and Forty-seventh regiments, and one battalion of the Military train. Quebec.--Three batteries of Royal Artillery, the First battalion of the Seventeenth regiment, Fourth battalion of the Sixth Rifles. Kingston.--Two batteries of Royal Artillery, the Sixty-second regiment, and four companies strong of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Toronto.--One field battery of Royal Artillery, the Thirtieth regiment, and one company of sappers. Hamilton.--One battery of Royal Artillery, one battery of Rifle brigade. London.--One field battery of Royal Artillery; the Sixty-third regiment (headquarters;) Royal Canadian Rifles, (headquarters;) one battalion of the Military train. Guelph.--Four companies of
Port Colborne (Canada) (search for this): article 20
f the Royal Canadian Rifles. Toronto.--One field battery of Royal Artillery, the Thirtieth regiment, and one company of sappers. Hamilton.--One battery of Royal Artillery, one battery of Rifle brigade. London.--One field battery of Royal Artillery; the Sixty-third regiment (headquarters;) Royal Canadian Rifles, (headquarters;) one battalion of the Military train. Guelph.--Four companies of the Sixty-third regiment. St. Johns, L. C.--Three companies Royal Canadian Rifles. Chambly--One company Royal Canadian Rifles. Isle aux Noix.--One battery of the Royal Artillery; one company of the Forty-seventh regiment. Virteria Bridge (north side).--Detachment of the Forty-seventh regiment. Niagara.--One company of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Port Dalhousie.--Fifty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Port Colborne.--Fifty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Dunville.--Forty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles. St. Catherines.--One company of the Thirtieth regiment.
Fort Niagara (New York, United States) (search for this): article 20
f the Royal Canadian Rifles. Toronto.--One field battery of Royal Artillery, the Thirtieth regiment, and one company of sappers. Hamilton.--One battery of Royal Artillery, one battery of Rifle brigade. London.--One field battery of Royal Artillery; the Sixty-third regiment (headquarters;) Royal Canadian Rifles, (headquarters;) one battalion of the Military train. Guelph.--Four companies of the Sixty-third regiment. St. Johns, L. C.--Three companies Royal Canadian Rifles. Chambly--One company Royal Canadian Rifles. Isle aux Noix.--One battery of the Royal Artillery; one company of the Forty-seventh regiment. Virteria Bridge (north side).--Detachment of the Forty-seventh regiment. Niagara.--One company of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Port Dalhousie.--Fifty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Port Colborne.--Fifty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Dunville.--Forty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles. St. Catherines.--One company of the Thirtieth regiment.
York (Canada) (search for this): article 20
es of artillery, one garrison do. royal artillery, two battalions of the Foot Guards, one company of sappers and miners, the First battalion of the Sixteenth and Forty-seventh regiments, and one battalion of the Military train. Quebec.--Three batteries of Royal Artillery, the First battalion of the Seventeenth regiment, Fourth battalion of the Sixth Rifles. Kingston.--Two batteries of Royal Artillery, the Sixty-second regiment, and four companies strong of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Toronto.--One field battery of Royal Artillery, the Thirtieth regiment, and one company of sappers. Hamilton.--One battery of Royal Artillery, one battery of Rifle brigade. London.--One field battery of Royal Artillery; the Sixty-third regiment (headquarters;) Royal Canadian Rifles, (headquarters;) one battalion of the Military train. Guelph.--Four companies of the Sixty-third regiment. St. Johns, L. C.--Three companies Royal Canadian Rifles. Chambly--One company Royal Canadian Rifle
Quebec (Canada) (search for this): article 20
y authorities in reference to the distribution of the troops throughout the province. The information is received from an official quarter, and may, therefore, be relied upon as correct. The troops will be disposed of as follows: Montreal.--Two field batteries of artillery, one garrison do. royal artillery, two battalions of the Foot Guards, one company of sappers and miners, the First battalion of the Sixteenth and Forty-seventh regiments, and one battalion of the Military train. Quebec.--Three batteries of Royal Artillery, the First battalion of the Seventeenth regiment, Fourth battalion of the Sixth Rifles. Kingston.--Two batteries of Royal Artillery, the Sixty-second regiment, and four companies strong of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Toronto.--One field battery of Royal Artillery, the Thirtieth regiment, and one company of sappers. Hamilton.--One battery of Royal Artillery, one battery of Rifle brigade. London.--One field battery of Royal Artillery; the Sixty-th
Guelph (Canada) (search for this): article 20
the Sixth Rifles. Kingston.--Two batteries of Royal Artillery, the Sixty-second regiment, and four companies strong of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Toronto.--One field battery of Royal Artillery, the Thirtieth regiment, and one company of sappers. Hamilton.--One battery of Royal Artillery, one battery of Rifle brigade. London.--One field battery of Royal Artillery; the Sixty-third regiment (headquarters;) Royal Canadian Rifles, (headquarters;) one battalion of the Military train. Guelph.--Four companies of the Sixty-third regiment. St. Johns, L. C.--Three companies Royal Canadian Rifles. Chambly--One company Royal Canadian Rifles. Isle aux Noix.--One battery of the Royal Artillery; one company of the Forty-seventh regiment. Virteria Bridge (north side).--Detachment of the Forty-seventh regiment. Niagara.--One company of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Port Dalhousie.--Fifty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Port Colborne.--Fifty men of the Royal Canadian Rifle
ery, the Sixty-second regiment, and four companies strong of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Toronto.--One field battery of Royal Artillery, the Thirtieth regiment, and one company of sappers. Hamilton.--One battery of Royal Artillery, one battery of Rifle brigade. London.--One field battery of Royal Artillery; the Sixty-third regiment (headquarters;) Royal Canadian Rifles, (headquarters;) one battalion of the Military train. Guelph.--Four companies of the Sixty-third regiment. St. Johns, L. C.--Three companies Royal Canadian Rifles. Chambly--One company Royal Canadian Rifles. Isle aux Noix.--One battery of the Royal Artillery; one company of the Forty-seventh regiment. Virteria Bridge (north side).--Detachment of the Forty-seventh regiment. Niagara.--One company of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Port Dalhousie.--Fifty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Port Colborne.--Fifty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Dunville.--Forty men of the Royal Canadian Rifles.
ppers and miners, the First battalion of the Sixteenth and Forty-seventh regiments, and one battalion of the Military train. Quebec.--Three batteries of Royal Artillery, the First battalion of the Seventeenth regiment, Fourth battalion of the Sixth Rifles. Kingston.--Two batteries of Royal Artillery, the Sixty-second regiment, and four companies strong of the Royal Canadian Rifles. Toronto.--One field battery of Royal Artillery, the Thirtieth regiment, and one company of sappers. Hamilton.--One battery of Royal Artillery, one battery of Rifle brigade. London.--One field battery of Royal Artillery; the Sixty-third regiment (headquarters;) Royal Canadian Rifles, (headquarters;) one battalion of the Military train. Guelph.--Four companies of the Sixty-third regiment. St. Johns, L. C.--Three companies Royal Canadian Rifles. Chambly--One company Royal Canadian Rifles. Isle aux Noix.--One battery of the Royal Artillery; one company of the Forty-seventh regiment. V
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