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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - January 16, 1810, Dublin, Dublin V JB LI It MMU Yefterdav Y to Three Jackets from Br THIS Son to the ii con nbereto his Attack in good our Right WlMiisiofte I recoyerd imniediatefyv Me vrj being the us fear C4ntff cfte having with1 him 3 Battalions of id rbf the GrtfonS i of toabilgtif i of tftpori advanced fo and prdet that JtereptilCed the thaitime our Wing ral lied and the Enemy was routed bofh on their and their aispye half x spth of the fame MaMf s LeUer is as foltoweth JR YO UK Majefty will have been informed by the Captain o the of what ann felves Matef of aBtheTf Train oiArtil v bi QfifiiHi Stai The Siaughtet was very and tfoboof the Eneniy dead on the of Otiir Troops did iibt trouble tbetoffelyes to make but kiUd all they could there were rione fpared bot the Marquefs feme and inferior and i very tofl nearer upon 3 which was arid we w i and 80 Squadrons 5 that to 20 Battalions wfilch wefe fonned out of the remains of 44 which ha3 at the of andY2 mob wh4 they had drawn from and 44 had been m which they feme ons of The lntry coaftedof 2 Ea and join to letthem had no endeivour to relieve endeavour co as Niaht was coming within a Towlandl immediaMx to give rrtmmff to their 8 to Armywas much Wtforfe Ybefides for whicb to m be other wife after fo hard a and in the Mmtfiiof The HOrfe of the Left Wing went bJjfquite tipon the firft hock of dBe together wii 7 Battalions fo that J found my felf reduced to Battalions and t6 Squa was one to But God garvtt io mucTi Cottage and good Cohdoft to the Officers and being affonifljed at tfte great the they Tepulsd AH of them diftingaiffiLd but more particularly the LieutenantGenerals Baron Ae Count dntohio fe i it Eck and Hat Thefe Gentle men Proofs of their Frudeiice were only Perfons ttofwere able tb aft during the whole Engagenienfi we having loft in theilrft Attack the Generals L was lefs advantageous fgr us we fotm fives in tharfevetal Times the attalions and SijuadronscBargd by their own their Coniinanders being obliged to do the of Jn repulfiag Che on aflf ndt a d Ground which was dit 1 UUILCEl tllw LiCIfc J iieS bn the fide of wJtM fcMe JMacecrtne fh made 4 ft arid a me 1 do not exaggerate in fay that there wereabove who a ftef afl Engagemeut which lafted from 3 anClock in tin pretty late at r them a
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