Garrison After Orders.
The detachment will parade to-morrow morning, at eleven o'clock, in front of their encampment, for the purpose of attending Divine service.
Sullivan Bay, 23rd Oct. 1803.
Parole—Hawkesbury. C. Sign—Pelham.
There being already on the ground a quantity of fuel sufficient for the use of everyone here, it is positively ordered that no more timber be cut down in the neighbourhood of the encampment, for any purpose, without the Lt.-Governor's consent previously obtained.
Sergt. Richard, sargent of the 1st parade company, having been found guilty of the crime with which he stood charged before a court-martial, Avas sentenced to be reduced to the pay and duty of a private centinel, but some alleviating circumstances having appeared in the course of the proceedings, and in the defence offered by the prisoner, he was recommended by the court to the clemency of the Commanding Officer, which recommendation he was pleased to confirm, and the prisoner was restored to his former situation. A review of arms and necessaries to-morrow morning after troop beating.
Sullivan Bay, 24th Oct. 1803.
Parole—Portland. C. Sign—Grenville.
Detail for duty only.
25th Oct. 1803.
Garrison Morning Orders.
This being the anniversary of His Majesty's accession to the throne, the detachment will assemble in front of the encampment, at twelve o'clock, and fire three vollies in honor of the day, after which the guard will mount at two o'clock.
Sullivan Bay, 25th Oct. 1803.
Parole—King George. C. Sign—Accession.
The detail for duty only.