Tuesday, September 25, 1708

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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - September 25, 1808, Dublin, Dublin September Francis n,ckl,. Cl)c Bubltn Containing a IMPARTIAL O F 1 " Nomb. 504. ttfelligenc Full and ACCOUNT, THE Foreign and Ooiueftick News, 1 Saturday, September tlje irtn, 1708- Since my U(f arriv'done Britijh Pacqust. By tbe Ufl Holland mi Qjlend fails, viz. from the Union Gi�rfe, dited Sept. 16. * {- ublifrfd by Authority, * fvurntl from the Cmp before Lifle. SEptembcr, if. N. 5\ The Trenches were reliev'd bvLieu^ tenant-Genera; jpar, Major-Genpral Vcckenback, and Brigadier BoifTet, with j tVitcahons on the Right, and j on the Left. The Mine in the Counterlcarp, before the Breach of the Counterguard, was Iprung with �ood succefs, throwing good part ot the Wall an J a grear deal of Ea^th in= to the FoiTe. We began likewifero fi!J the FoiTe of the Co in rerguard on the Right cppo.r to the Breach, with Faicines and Earth-Sacks \ the >ap alio coonde-able advarc'c with very little Lols^j'The i6-h, the Trench s were reliev'd by LieutenariUGeneral d' Arra,.. M^,n-General Scaken, and Brigadier Temple, with ? Ba.-.alio; on the fright, and 7 on the Lfft. In the Eveni {. ^ne o; .re En. mie; Borrbs ttji into the Sap, oppofite to the dreach ot the Cou^tevpuard on the Lett, which kill'd us 9 Men ; thev Iikewilt burnt kver.il Faicines that were laid for patting the FctTe ot t.-.e Counter-, guard on the Right. Our Works were nevert eliis verv well ad vane d towards making a Lodgement cnea^h or the Counterguards. We had theie 14 Hours nea - 40 Men killV and woundtd.^-The 17th the P, ince of H:>l(tein-Be;k reiiev'd the Trenches, with Major-General Vible and Eriga ditr duTroffel, with $ Battalions on the R ght and 7 0.1 the Lett. The FofTe on the Ri^hr was fill d up; bur that on the Left could not be quite finiih'd. Ot r work.- are k. near the Enemy s Fire, hat we had tins Nri^t near 60 Men kilid and wounded. V-The itth the Trenches were reiiev'd by Lieutenant^ neral^parand Ma/or-G^neral Collier, with S Battalions on the Rifcb and 7 on th" Lei--. The Sap was quite join'd trom the Coun;cguard to th- Hornswork a>id we began to fill rhe Foffeinoider to pal's the Breach in the Horn-work on the Right. A imalj Batterv was rais'dagainlt the Breach ot the Counterguard on the Rir.-hc,_ whic/i the Enemy were endeavouring to repair, 3nd our Miners got to the Wall of the Cover d-wav b ore the two Breaches j as al-fbtothe Place of Arms'o thr Wight or the Grand-Breach on the Right: We had atx^t ?o Men kill d and wounded. The tpih the Trenches were rc.iev d �>- Lieutenant-General Spar, and Ma/or-General ZoatKnd, v. ith j Battalions on the Right, and 7 on the Lett. In the '-'vening the Gal ery towards the Coun.erguard on the Right was complexly finift d with its Parapet, and the Galkry rewards the Horn-work was advanced, butnot quite finift d, by realon ot the Et^* my s great Fire, which li-:ewiie hinder d the perfecting the Gallety towards the Counterguard on the Lett, as was intended . * From the Cimp at Lannoy, Sept. 10. AT. S. On Tuefday the j 8th the Army commanded bv his Grace the Duke oi Marlborough decamp d trom Sainghin, and having repafs'd the Marque at Pone a Tredin and Foreft, came andencamp'd with the Right at WilLm. the Le t at Pi5 a Valne, and the Head-Quarters at T^mpleuve. His Grace was iniorm'd, upon the March, that the Enemy having extended their Line irom Totirnay cowards Audenat.le, had hid Bridges over the Schelde, between Warcoinand Pecq, and were fortifying thole Villages, in order :o ketp a Comrfcunicstijn with this lideot the River, and dil^uib our Convoys between Aude Hade and Courtray ^Lieutenant-General Drdcm wasrhere-ijpon order d to march Yeltcrtiay at break ot, Day, with all the Granadiersot the Army, and 50 Field-Vieces, to diflodge them j and, upon thr firll Appearance of our advanc d Guard too Men, the Enemy retii'J, and took up their Bridges ^ H.'ivre^po': our Mm rc:i?r;i d 17 the Camp; Tins D^y our Armv made a (mall Movement, and is ntw -nrMmpM -.vir'i the Right a: Foreft, and the Left at I>t rs. His Grace lu^ri Account, that Ma/or-Gpncral Murray is arriv'd 3t HritMs wich 4 Battalions trom hlanders. 6 Squit'ron^ Imptrial Horfe andHuffdr.f, which were coming from 6frm*nv to join the Prince of Savov's Army, are likeuMe itop'd thrre, and put urde- tht Command of Lientena^f-Ceneral Palcal, Governour oi that Place. The Enemy continue encampM ween Tournay and Audenarde; and we he-ir MonMeur de la Motte having repais'd the Dtnder, is recir'd wi.h his Detachment towaids G':ent. ^* * BrujfelSy Stpt. 19. N* S. Yefterday, about Hx in the Morning, a thong Detachment or the French Horfe appear\i on th. H.'ljs near Vilvord?, from whence tome Workmen uere order d to break the Slucc upon the Canal r>\ ch 151-lace ovcr-againft the three Fountains, which being executed, theEn?-m^ retir'd. All the Troops in the Town were orc'ciM to their Arms, and by tWe great care ot our Commaider in. chief the Ouupofh were lo well lecur d, that the Enemv did not think ri. :o approach. This Night the Garrilon uj!J be-rJntorc d bv 4 Battalions from Dutch Flanders, under Major-General Murray, and a confide!able Body of Huffars and imperial Diagoons, lately arriv d from Germany. From tbe Farii Gi&tte A'-U-Mim. djttdfept. 17. Letters trom Madrid ot the 4th cell us, 'twas ad vis d from the Camp at Agramuntrhe zfknpaft, that the z Armies continued in their former Potts r And thatthe D. r,j Orleans ha= ving agreed with Count Mar mbeig on at; Exc ange ot Pri-fonerSjhis Royal Highnefs had named a Commiflary to go to Agntol-i, where a: Officer is to rre*t him r-n the part ot the Enemy. They are to i ave a Gunrd of 40 Horfe each. Paris, Sept. 17. The King has received the following Letter trom the Marftal dc Boufflers, Govtinor oi Lille. S 1 R, TOV R Mi;tfty may be tffur'd. tbit allgB*! yet very rctl hers-, &nd thai if tie Lntwy fiouid btccme timers o> t':e PUc it Jbill be after I mve dijpui.d n'ltb tbem every Inch -o-Ground. Be the Event ttbf it will, I ctnmt {ifir.tiemly QOmn-'ftl either the brnvtr? rf tbt Girrilon, or the uff.ftionoj ibe Bnrgogrst *bo perceiving tbat tbe Emmy Hve nore^rd to then Hcujei. by their fiz ring red hot Biili*iS irto the tUce% vj with your faje\:y'i Trorp- >n the deface of it, &c. Lifle Sept. iz. 1708. BOUFFLERS. Tarragora, July 23. N. S I Don't queftion but you have had a long|account from France ot the taki'g of Tortoza which iurrender'd the 10th inftant upon very Hoiiourable Terms; but I believe chey have taken a great deal of care to fupprefs the breaking of the chief Articles, contrary to the Capitulation fign d by the Duke of Orleans, and his word of honour. When the Garifon marched out, they fciz'd as many Defer-ters as they could difcover, and fearch'd the cover'd Waggons, which were allow'd by the Articles. They took brfidcj from the Ra.iks abundance of Soldiers whom thev deb.iuc'i'd intc their Service, giving rh^ra 4 and 6 Putole? ench, ^nd even 8 co fomc uf thern. Xhis'Villanous Uiage h.i-i fuch ar trY^.riut the Garifon was reduced to 12CC Me;;, including Serjeants and Corporals. The Defcrters were lb averfc to go witn th'em, that miny iuffered thrrrlelves tj b- kit I'd on the Spot, tho' they were i^oip^'j rlivir P.-'rdon. Th'.1 Birks that were ordcr'd for Tranfporrirg ch'.'c* Pieces ot Cannon and 2 Mortars allowM to en-G'-rifon, were fearch'd ir wd! as thj cover'd \x;.;i-gor.s, and they arrv'd tiieir Villancus Proceedings fj jar

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