Document ReferencePl C 52/64
TitleLetter from Colonel Robert Brownrigg, Horse guards, London to G. Hatton; 3 Apr. 1801
Date3 April 1801
Extent2 ff
Content DescriptionHas laid Hatton's letter and its enclosure before the commander in chief; informs Hatton that General Simcoe's troops are to be reinforced (following the request of the Duke of Portland) by the 29th regiment of foot together with 8 other troops; sends a memorandum of number of men which will now be in that quarter [not present]; adds that a copy of the Attorney General's opinion in the event of riots has been sent to General Simcoe and will be sent to the generals commanding the districts.
Termarmies, recruitment
civil disorder, prevention of

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA41371Law; Edward (1750-1818); 1st Baron Ellenborough; Attorney-General 1801; knighted 1801; baron 1802; Lord Chief Justice 1802-181750-1818
NA41331Simcoe; - (fl 1801-1802); Lieutenant Generalfl 1801-1802
NA36830Brownrigg; Robert (1759-1833); Sir; general1759-1833
NA41372Hatton; G. (fl 1801); Mrfl 1801
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