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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - September 28, 1808, Dublin, Dublin Containing a IMPARTIAL, o e 1 Full and ACCOUNT THE Foreign and Domeftick News. Tueiday, September tl)2 a8;h, 1708. ttteutottc SitKtmy lafl arm4 one Briujh Pasqutt, rckkb brought m Holland and one Oftend Miih, viz. From tb i Horn=work ot the Rl^ht part of which wa. burnt by the Enemy. Three Mines werefiniffied on the Right beiore theGrand Breach, and a Gallery compeared towards the Counterguard ot the Right. Two Mines were iikewife ready to ipring on the Left, but the Cillery towards the Counterguard of the Left could not be quite fimfhtd. The 2 ill the . Trenches were relieved by Lieutenant-General Wilke, Major-General Sacken, and bir Richard TetrpleBrigadier, with f Battalions on the Right, and 7 on the Leir. The jDifpotition being trade for attacking the Out-woiks between 6 and 7 in the Evening, the Signal was given )>> a general Dikharge from the Batteries, both ot Cannon and Mortars; the Mines both on the Right and Lett were immediately fprung with good Succels, the Granadiers thereupon mounting the Breach of thc Counterguard on the Right, obliged the Emmy to re= tire into the Retrenchment of that Work, and n ade a good Lodgment on the Breach. Our Men likewise beat out the Enemy, and made z Lodgments on the Coun-terfcarp be tore the Grand Breach ; but a great Number 'ot frelfi Troops coming out upon them, and the Officer who commanded the Troops appointed to tufiain our Men being kill d, they were obhgd to quit thete two lodgments. The Attack ot the Countcrfcarp of the Counterguard on the Lett Succeeded as well ascoald be defired, and our Men continued in their Lodgment there without any Difturbance. During thete Actions the Prince of Savoy receive a Wound from a fmail fliot in the Forehead, which has fince been laid open, and his Highnefs is in no manner ot Danger. The nd the Trenches were relieved by Lieutenant-General Soble, and -T Brigadier du Troffei, with s Battalions on the Right, and 7 on the Left. The chief Work of this Night was to enlarge ourLodgmen-- on the Couacerguard, to advance the Gallery ot the Horn-work on the Right, and to the Counterguard on the Lelt; as alfe to carry on and enlarge the S*ps on the Right and Lett in order to another Attack tor which 400 Granadiers were ordered from the Camp, commanded by his;Grace the Duke of Marlborough, to join the Troops of the Siege appointed for that Seivice. Our Lois this Night was very incon-fiderable * From ibe Camp at Lonnay, Sept. 14. N. S. OnFri-< day^e iiIt, Biigadier Landsberg was ordered to march [ with 6 Battalions ot Foot, and S Squadrons ot Horie, and incamp near Courtray, whither 11 Squadrons more were ordered at the lame time from Audenarde, and five more have been lent thither lince. The Princt cfSavoy is in lo fair a way ot Recovery ot the Wound Be.receivd in.his Forehead on Friday Night Jaft, that it is hoped he may be abroad again in a day or two. During his being obliged to flay at home, his Grace the Buke oi Marlborough has been every Day at the Siege, and was laft night in the Trenches during the whole time ot the Attack of the Tenaille on the Left, and part dl the Oounterlcarp. 470 Granadiers, and as many r Fufiliers, were order'd for this Service, who in a flior* 'ime were entire Matters ot the Tenaille, and made a very aood Lodgment there. Hruever, the htenels of the Sealon, the flownels with which the Engineers hsve proceeded in their Approaches, and the great difficulty there will be, a'ter the Comfurr.ption of lo prodigious a quantity of Pov\ der, to provide what will /till be neccjTary in any reasonable time, give us Tome Appre-henlions for the Succefs or the Siege, notwithstanding that the Enemy by their ^tiring feem'd to have given over all thoughts otTeli vh:g it. His Grace the Duke of Marlborough having an account from General Erie, that he a; riv d the 11 It with rh? Troops under his Com- ' mand at 0;*tnd, has knz an Officer thither, with Orders for their Landing. The Duke ot B.irgundy s Amu continue in their form�r Camp bet veen Audenarde and, Tournav, and Monfieur dc la Motteis marched with his Detachment towards Bruges. Jamaica, Jui} z$. By this Parquet-Boat ( King Wii/iam) I have lent the agreeable KeKtion at Commodore Wage-inthe Expedition ot 70 Guns 400 Men, K:nffori3^; Men 6+Guns. Portland z80 Men ^Gunr, Vulture Fireihip 47 Men 8 Qns, F. gaging the French-arid Spanifh Ships, on the Coaft of Cai Tagrna the 23th ' oi May laft. ot the following Force, viz. The Admiral 700 Men �4 Brafs Guns, Vice=^lnmal tfjro Men, $4 i Ditto, Rear-Admiral 500 Men 44 Ditto, 3 ot so Guns, ! 3 of 40, 1 of rra the Marfhal de Boi/fflers, which^ confirmed his having taken a Resolution to defend the! Place to the hit Extremity, having cairs'd Intrench*-! ments to be made in feveral Places, and alfo a third18 Ducft to che Citadel. This Captajn reports, tfoat'thanj
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