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Flying-Post (Newspaper) - September 15, 1809, Dublin, Dublin o The Poit � 1 5 -6-- 'Wl Thurfd^y, September the 15th, 1709. JlYs Morning arrived a Britili Packet, which brought a Ho!-land Mail, with the following Advices. From the Camp at Celi.ni, Sjpr, 16. N. S. TH E Enemies loft, ami dm number of Prifoners taken at the Battle of Mons, appdars e-very Day more confiderabte - and there hung a great many of their Of?!cc ?:s Jeft wounded in the Field oi Bntie, and in the adjacent Ho j(e-, Duke of Marlborough gave Notice f, days ago to the XlarfhaU de Boufflers and ViUars, that he. would permit them to fend Waggons to tajke them off 5 and that he would' order Major General Cadogan, with 200'Horfe to meet at Bavay fuch a General Officer as thev iliouicl fend with the like number, to fettle the man-n-Tj&takeParoles of Honour of the Officers tiiey fhould carry off,,and an Account of the Soldiers Accordingly they lent the Chevalier 'de Luxemburg, a Lieutenant General, with whom Mr. Cadogan having concerted every thing, returned Yefterday intheAfternooh, leaving an Officer and a Coramif-iary of ours to take a Lift of all that fhould be found, and two Days was allowed cherri for Burying their Dead, and bringing off their Wounded, as they demand- 'Tis confirmed thai the Qarifou sf Mont is weak., and indifferently provided, and perhafs the Burghers* mil oblige the Governor i$ Capitulate as foon as cur Bombs begin to bt&t dowii their Houfes over tkeit Heads, cording to cur Letters ft on the Arrs; :-7 Dutch Bjtulwis) which fuff^rt:-w,'// in the light, are toma)ch i';:n: the Camp for jiviral Garrijor.s tr. thefe Provinces, and their room ts t: I'd jupplyed by the like number from the I aid Garrijons, and the Troops left here for the jlcurity of this Place. Some Letters fay, that the Pr. of Naffau Frieziand is to command the Siege of Mons. Tluic Prince did wonders in che Action, and feeing his Infanrr y Toms-what difcouraged, lie took one of the Colours of the itegiment of Metrail, and fet it up of himfelt 300 Paces before tba Battalion/ which gave a new vigour to the Soldiers. ,All the Troop* Behaved themfelves to admiration. Paris, Septemb. ij. Yefterday morning an Exprefs arrived Court from our Army in Flanders, and feveral others are come fince, who will give an account of a Battle, with different, circum-(lances. , The Marquis de Coelliu had his Leg /hot off by a Cannon bullet, the 0, of Guiche is wounded in one of his Legs above the Ancle, and M. de: Villars is ill of his Wounds at Quefnoy, fo.thac w� are very uriealy, fince it appears, the A&ion has been, very bloody, but the particulars are concealed from us. Hague) Sept. 17; Letters from gur Arm) fay, the �. of Albemarle w*s in the hit Bdttk, snd that raofi of the great Officers were failed and wounded. Ouy Lofs is computed at 13000, and that of the Frehcb at 20000. There, are many Perfons of Note among- the Prifinets we took at BetuvMs, and we have 30$ French Officers Ttijonei tbst are hot wounded. '------ ~~~~7te \ /Si
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