An Authentic Narrative of the Proceedings of the Expedition Under the Command of Brigadier-Gen. Craufurd, Until Its Arrival at Monte Video; with an Account of the Operations Against Buenos Aires Under the Command of Lieut.-Gen. Whitelocke

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author, and sold at No. 18, Chapel Place, Oxford Chapel., 1808 - 216 pages
 

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Page 169 - Monte Video, and as a neutral country there shall be considered a line drawn from San Carlos on the West, to Pando on the East, and there shall not be on any part of that line hostilities committed on any side, the neutrality being understood only that the individuals of both nations may live freely under their respective laws, the Spanish subjects being judged by theirs, as the English by those of their nation.
Page 170 - VI. That at the time of the delivery of the place and fortress of Monte Video, which shall take place at the end of the two months fixed in the second article, the delivery will be made in the terms it was found, and with the artillery it had when it was taken.
Page 170 - Plata, with the arms which may actually be in their power, stores, and equipage, at the most convenient points which may be selected, and during this time provisions may be sold to them. VI. That at the time of the delivery of the place and fortress of Monte Video, which shall take place at the end of the two months fixed in the Second Article, the delivery will be made in the terms it was found, and with the Artillery it had when it was taken. VII. Three Officers of rank shall be delivered for and...
Page 170 - IV. That for the promptest dispatch of the vessels and troops of His Britannic Majesty, there shall be no impediment thrown in the way of the supplies of provisions which may be requested for Monte Video.
Page 169 - Pando on the east ; and there shall not be, on any part of that line, hostilities committed on any side, the neutrality being understood only that the individuals of both nations may live freely under their respective laws, the Spanish subjects being judged by theirs, as the English by those of their nation.
Page 170 - Britannic Majesty, there shall be no impediment thrown in the way of the supplies of provisions which may be requested for Monte Video. V. A period of ten days, from this time, is given for the...
Page 170 - III. There shall be on both sides a mutual restitution of prisoners, including not only those which have been taken since the arrival of the troops under Lieutenant-General Whitelocke, but also all those his Britannic Majesty's subjects captured in South America since the commencement of the war. "IV.
Page 169 - ... be from this time a cessation of hostilities on both sides of the river Plata. II. The troops of His Britannic Majesty shall retain, for the period of two months, the fortress and place of...
Page 146 - Ayres, thus strong by itself, ordnance was placed in the best manner for defending the streets leading from the ground occupied by the assailants. Trenches w«re cut in the principal streets near the great square, nnd cannon placed to flank them.

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