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SUPPLEMENT TO THE GAZETTE.

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SUPPLEMENT TO THE GAZETTE. SATURDAY, JUNE 5. A Supplement to the Gazette was published at a laie hoar on balurday oight, containing a dispatch I'roin Lord W. Bent ck to Earl Oathnrsl, dated Palermo, April 9" inform iLg him of the. surrender of the of La gosta and itrz, la to Lieut.-Col Robertson, of the island "f Lissa, and en- closing Col. Robertson's letter to his Lordship on s"bject, which is dated Lissa, February 23, 1813. Colonel Robertson states, that several iner chant vessels to Lissa, having been captured by a French privateer, and carp d into La- gosta, Admiral Freemantle and himself had deemed it necessary to put a stop to a system which w is likely to become very detrimental; and that accordingly, on the 19th January, he e lib i ked with about 300 of the garrison, two 6poullders, and two howitzers, on hoard the Apollo frigate, Capt. Taylor. They landed on Ihe island of Lagusta on the 21st. Capts. May and Ronea, together with Mr. G Bowen, Fint Lieulenantoflhe Apollo, succeeded in spiking the guns ot the enemy's lower batteries and desl roy ioga magazine of provisions with in musket-shot of the fort. On information being received that a corps of 300 men were on its way from Ragusa to reinforce the garrison, Colonel Robertson and Capt Taylor were induced to offer favourable terms of capitulation, which the French Com- mandant after some hesitation accepted. The dlaeh melltnflerwards proceeded to Curzola, where, after considerable resistance from the lines, as well as from troops placed at the doors and windows of the houses, and from the sea batteries, the enemy proposed a capi- tulation. which after a modification of the terms, was accepted. On (akin- possession of the town, it was discovered ihat the enemy had packed up the church plate and bdls of L'agosta atid Curzola for the purpose ot send- ing them to the'Continent these were restored to the oppressed inhabitants. Col. Robertson praises fhe condiid of Captain Taylor of Ihe Apollo, and makes honourable mention of the services of Major Slessor, Captain May and Lie-tit, Nil Donald, of I i)e 35th, Captain Bail, of the 81st, Cant. Ronea, of the Catabries; Lieot, Bowen, and :\1.. Ullark, Purser of the Apollo, ( wito volunteered his serv ices as well as Lieut. ltaiiis, of the artillery, and the troops in cÚéral No mention is made in this dispatch of either killed or wounded. -1"

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