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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - July 27, 1808, Dublin, Dublin J*- tfyt Uttblm Containing a IMPARTIAL, O F l 1 iii 1 "�" � � Francis. Dickjon. Nomb. 487. , nee Full and ACCOUNT, THE Foreign and Dumeftick News. Tueldav, Jmip ttje 27th, 1708. Sines my Uft arr'u'd t Britifh PacquetSy wbicb brought a 1 he had taken 700 and was fill loilowing them; we jl- HoHtnd Mail. I4 are now demolithing their L'n^, wich v. ill os* ccrh- ^ Lfrtfr from dpt. John Dai by, i� t/;e Kizht HmurM tbe Edrlof Orrry's Rejiment, to bis Fat er in Dublin. with the following pirticuUri of the Ute Glomus ftftory ibtdind ever the F encb. ^ l+'ermdi, Jul? 14. N. S. Honoured Sir, MY lad was Wrote 1:1 a Confus'd manner, being very much Farigu'd( and y.\(i after the Battle but now I did 1 give *oii 3n exacl Account 0! the Victory, it has p easdG^d tobKi* :he Army's of Her Ma/efties Troops and er \ lies with. 1 The Two \nrn'j h.�d ..e nnear one another Three 1 Weeks at Terbanck, the French Aimy mov d rnlt ro= ' wards Ninove, from whence the Duke 01 Vendotme c detach'd 10000 M-n ro Ghent wijch *as lurrendered t by the Burghers, but the Cattle made Honourable C = � pitulations, this Chagrind my Lord Mdrl'Hjrouah ha-* vingno Account ot this defip >. that he immediately � March'd to Acche, in hopes ro have Fought them, bur < they difappointed us by cutting down che bridges o- < ver the Dender. which they had paft; In the mean � time Prince Eugene arriv'd, ( but without his Army) � and his Highnefs and my Lord D. ag-.eed to force them � to 'diion, was oblig'd to uk many Arguments with 6 States to bring them to a Compliance; we March'd the < z8rh at Two a Clock in the Morning , and all that < Night, next day to Leffines, in the r.vening we pat! 4 the D.nder and retted there that Night; the 30th v*e � March'd our Front Guard with th. Quarter Matters, < Commanded by Major-General Cadogan who laid 4 Bridges over the Scheld, he has.gain d Immorral Hon- * our by his Ccnducl and Gallantry; about a Mile trom 4 the River the French had 13 Battalions and .5: 4'qua- * drons, Prince Eugene view d the difpotition 01 the * Enemy, gave orders to Ma;'or Ceneral Cadogan, to < attack the Vil'age tho' he had but 8 Squadro- s and 5 7 Battalions and they lay within H.dges and Ditches; 1 in the mean time our Foot and Hoile were p-*. ngthe * River, and drawing up in order ot Battel foraGe- * neral Enpagemen\ Geira Cadogan beat rhe Fne* c my out cf the Village, and touK 7 entire Regiments: ftiil the Enemy pou'd uown t'reih Forces into the Pafus, Ditches and Denies, whjci my Lord Dukeor-der'd ftill.to be Attacked from Right to Lett, wecon- * tinually beat them with incredible Bravery, out of * iuch Advantagious Polt s thit a^ure could not fnr= * mfh them with a better Opportunity to detfroy us, ' had thev bur hat the Courage they lo vainly Boaft off, ,' but believe their now !o Cow'd, tht-y dare never (land ' us mure, t eir Army was rather ftronger then ours,and ' the Advantage oi Ground, but our People in'(general 1 fiiow'd' a wonderrul Alacrity, when they heard the ' Front was Ingaged, Viclory l&t lmilling in the * Coun:enance ct our whole Army, the time ot, Battel, * which began beewc-en 4 and 5 in theEvening.where the ' great 'Prince Eugene and puks or Marlborough was ' very much expos'd in the time of AiSion -t they only c wa.ted Day to Complete the greatdt Victory ever 1 yet had been heard off; we Jay on our Arms that Night c txp.6tin^ to have Batteld the n xt Morning^ but in * the Night moft ot their Troops made to Ghent For ' Succoujt/ * Since this Aiftion Lieutenant General Lotftirti, wg< c detach'd to intercept the Enemy, from their Lines, ^ who juflnovv we hadAdvict trotfl, that be tbundtheir ' Guards very--. upon which hedettch*cl Count � Meriswith all the Grenadiers and lome Horfe, when * the Enemy found his approach they made off/he pur-; fued thcra wifihin their Lines, wh�a ihtExpr^jcamc p'eted in a few dav , thea you may ex peel Pea. e rnr by all Oppinior s there nes ver wasagn-arerP' olp-\rt ; we have ike * it- Lirerc- pt-ed a French Couf'i-r,-bar had Lette-s iron %V Dufte of Vendofme, to fci-. Malter which gave the Viellan-chol:y New>ot tbe .ols he fuft n'J bythe Adtion, that he cou'd not tell what to do u'rh h s Troops, lor we had got between hirrt and his Gariions. He.ore we undeitcok thi^r^r Defisn all our Whell 'sajgase was ordered to bmll !s, that hath oblicd n\v to Ivs on Straw trib 10 Nights and bJieve it will b" w.y bed Bed for lome time -, but the thoughts of whst wa have done, 'tis a Salve and makes mr Eafie to thnk we lhallplealetb^ I^opie ot Great-Briratn who I h^pe in return wiii think on us when Peace comes, &c* A 1151 cj ouf Army Kill d And Wmndtd. Cdllorlels Lieutenant Col, Majors (Captains Subalterns Sfrjcanrs Sentinels Total kill* Rili'd. 1 f 3 1 IT *4 750 SiS W 1 t J "L Wounded. Colonels 4 Lieuttnant Cols. t> Majors C'�prains Subalterns Serjeants ^ent-neis Total wounded. 9 4? 110 85 the number of Officer! w hive Tak * from tbe Emmy t Li&at-narir-Generais 1 "\ f Enfigns&Corn.es. 9$ \ I Quartt-rrMa.lrrrs 47 j J ot the Houfhold 1 $,& kAnd between S or 9:100 taken snd 7000 kiii'd. % \ K-ttie^Dr. Standards & 'I99 . .. Cullers. 94. 147 j '\ Pieces ol Cannon 3 The Mirquis de Lambert who lefc Major Generals Brigadiers Collon.'ls Lieutenant Cols. Majors Captains Lieutenants Paris July n. 5 4 7 8 X the C^mp before Tortola on the* ii:h, is arnv'd withy an Account trom the Duke of Orlea-ris to the Ki^g, that that Place is redue'd, and the Duke has granted honourable Terms to th? Gari'im;->Hpiticular L tcprj lay, that our Batrerie.^ p ay'd upon the Town ukh iom much Succefs, and made the Breach's to widv fhaf fe" f erai D^'feiters came out: at ir, the Ga'riion nude Sig-laij of their Diftrefs bv Fire in the Night, and tent a rich Burgher difgtiifcd like a P?
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