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Dublin Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1810, Dublin, Dublin R r r The UBLIN 541 2 From SaturM June to June 2 Since our laft arrived Two Packets from GreatConfederate Forces alfo made a great Britain which brought Owoflend with and their Cavalry palled the Scarpe at the following to obferve the Enemy and cover the The 2oth Inftant the Deputies of the States of Holland went from Ghent to where they are to con fer with Prince Eugene the Duke ot Marlborougb about feveral important which occafion various Letters from that our Men had taken one of the Rave lins before and the French blew it up as our Soldiers were going to make a Lodgment on it we are affurd by Letters from Tournaj9 that our Men have and maintained their Ground on the fa id We havc a that the French Plenipotentiaries flalter themfelves with hopes that in a few days theyfmall receive fuch of Peace from may procure being allowd to go from Gertrujdenbergb to tpe the Camp before June All things benig in a readinefs the ipth to ftorm 2 Ra velins at the Left the Troops commanded for the fame performed that Service with a greac deal of but met with fo vigorous a refift that a great many Men were killed on both fides At laft the Befiegers took Poft on the Rave lin of Earth above the Breach on the Rampart buc at the other which is a Stone they could not lodge themfelves further than the top of the and the Sappers found it very difficulc to work there becaufe of feveral Woolpacks which were The Enemy fprungar the Ravelin of the Left 3 little Mines and 2 large befides another at the Ravelin of the whereby we loft many The Befieged defended with a great but at laft were obliged to yield to the Vigour and Obftinacy of our The Night between the 2Oth and 21 ft the Befieged fprung on the Blight 2 Mines under the Place of Arms ac the or Reenfring Angle of the Coverd whichruinda Battery that was almoft and obliged to repair the Mean time we made a Bridge over the Ditch to the Fooc of the Breach of the Ravelin of the and on the Left Iniarged our Lodgments as much as The Nigjbt between the 21 ft and we inJarged our Saps at the as alfo the Communications before the We began to fire on the Right from our Battery to make a and the Battery which had been ruind the day before by the The fame Night about the Befieged fprung 2 Mines at the StoneRavelin on the which had this good effeft for that we had an opportunity to make a good Lodgment We loftthere fame few Perfpns who were come thi ther out of We inlargd cur Lodgment as to contain 50 The an Ingjrieer wsjs The fame Jtay a of our who had the Night belqre taken Poft behind a Redoubt near the Fort begun to werk on a Dyke in order to caufe Wafer to overflowy and not only cot ofFall between the Town and that but likewife to drown moft of the The fol io wing jtfrglit from the 22d to the weperfecled at the flight Attack the Bridge to the Ravelin oa June A R T of the Cavalry of our Duke were to Rendezvous yefterday at andTthe whole Body of them are to aflemble there by tft 15th The Regiment of Imperial Horfe of Gen who is was to arrive vefterday at near which Place the whole Army is to draw The Baron de Sfgal is zone from hence thither and tis reckoned all the German Troops will arrive in Piedmont by the Several0 Ingineers are fent to Xpioli to mark oat a Camp near that Place for our whole which is to march with all poffible Expediti in order to attempt fomething confiderable a Laid is to attempt fomething againft Provence for which End great Stores are laid up at We hear from that feveral and many Recruits are arrivd in their way to Barcelona but they are to remain in the Neighbouring till the reft of the Forces defigned that way are come lune Two days the Marftal 4Harcourtarrived under a triple Difcharge of our fince which he fent Orders to all the Troops to Jreai up for whither they areaftnally Yefterday our Ar tiflery fet oat irpm the fide of ftaguenau for Fott Zqtfis and was followed in the Afternoon by a gceafc many Veffels laden with Boards and Planks to Bridges over the What defign the Marfiial has in we are yet ignorant of buc are affured that in cafe ourArmy paiTes the and attacks the are very well prepared to give us a warm The Troops which to the lideof are returning Upon advice that the Confede rate Forces in Piedmont are and the Duke ofSwpy makes Preparatipns to take FieijMn Perfen the Court has thought fit to fen4 Orders which were marching from Dauphine to return By a Courier hojn Marfhal de Wflarr have the A Hies have refplyed to reinforce their Army with 12006 Menfrom the Upper ifee an4tis therefore Tent to for fome more of our Troops to march down t6 reinforceour giand Onihe loth arrived two foon after the pther from Gertrwdtnhers And m the when theJCing a CabinetCoxini held iinon their Difpajtches jtfnd fat 4 fiut the Refiilt oftheir not knovvtK that the tio Canons at t new Cnaji pelat biiC none Ca who cgftnpt provethemfelves to noble tSlake of Kerry being with beiievd the wiil Before is me scarps tney are encamp QMietween the coveiU the fame with Earth and and caft up an Epanlement or for the of the At the left Attack we Lodgment on the Stone Ravelin which the Enemy pof the on the EaithRa velin to the We
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