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Dublin Intelligence (Newspaper) - October 9, 1808, Dublin, Dublin -_Ji_ Franca Dick^ oon and wefu.ceed d in itfo well, that, by halt an Hour after One our Mai nude 3 very good Lodgment on the Ravelin and tore d thofeof the Enemy's Troops thac were uehi mi the Trawrtcsto leap into the Water,where mod ot rhem were killed or drow. i - ned,by which means we made our f-ives entire Mailers � of the two Couuterguards and Ravelin, in which we likewile took two pieces ot Cannon. In the Night we lodged on the Right and h tt oi the Saiiant Angle of the Counterlcarp be.ore the great Breach on the Right, and obliged the Er.cmy to abir.d'n the fame as tar as the place of Arm ot the Ravelin. On the Left we com pleat rd a Communication with the Ravelin takea in the Afternoon, and advanced the Sap towards the Counterlcarp with little Lois. A Letter tt ihe States General from ihe Princt of Hffi. ^TH � 27th Inftant I did mv Mr rh.- Honour to a::-quant your High Mighcinefles how far the Works again It this City were sdvane'd; tnere has bc:-n no ^Iteration, fince  our Men continue working to pei-fecl: the Mines in the Terail es, and to carry on the Saps to the Cover'd- Way. Yetferday towards the Evening we heard a great Blow, which we iup;->os'd to be . a Mine; half an Hour a:ter another Crack was heard; and at Mid-night i'uch a Biaft, that the Ground fhouk with it. This aiarm'd the whole Army; I went to the Right, from whence the Ncile came , ( having fir ft �iyen Order to all the Cava'ry under my Command :o Saddle and Mount,) and found that a great D.-tachmenr of the Enemy (as your High Mightinefles may tee by Che fub/'oin-'d Lift.) coming from 06way, had endea. '[ Vour'd to break through at the Aperture ot the Line ot ��, Circumvallation on the High-Way between Doway *' incTlitfe, where the Palatine Horle is encamp'd : Part ^�-'.�f ibftn having pals'd, and oir Men putting themiei-pf^Vtt'Sqa'.Poilure to oppole them, the Bags ot Powder, J^oicti"ifibft of the French Horfe and Dragoons had be-Sffl Of about jopoand'weigh: each' took Fire, which made, a terrible Noife amens; them : Thp for-moft ot them, upon this Accident, rid *ul! Gallop tow els the City; 'but before they got thirUr they h-vf rheJ.'Ke difafrer, juft as they arrived at the Barr"v---r  ore --in'ti probably , either by their Horfes Shoo^ irnking or* the Pavement, or by the /parks ot the fir It f; rj fa'li.' g on their Men who uere not aware of it 'lis i id r ii at lead 100 of them were by this Means delrioyM ;ufl: at theGare; anddoubtlefs this was the ialtBIaft h p he^nl. of 60 were thes torn in Pieces ar th> ,\yer'ur& where they enter'd the Line; and 'tis frighrtul to f^e mangled Carcaffes of Men and Horfe* Heads, Arms. Legs, half burnt, fcatter'd oft the Ground. Tho' of them who were behind, fled hack with all the 1. -d thev could; I caus'd them to be puriued, bo* Jrwasim -pofllble to overtake them, OntheRoad, al. along lor two Leagues trom the Camp, were found Bags 0;' Voider, Swords, Pillols, and loofe Powder; v. hich v^e fufficient fi'gns ot the Precip'.ta'ion with which fh,v re-^ tir'd. Our Heflian HufTars fet Fire *r> i'tv ro; Ba_�s of Powder which they found in their Rs.t.irn irom r'.e Pur-(uit ot the Enemy. 'Tis reckon'd that about :co ot the Enemy might get into the Town, with > ,ir:i- ,:ou-der, to balhnce the Lots they lu'lain a : l* the m-.-an tim? 'tis plain the Gefifged b*-pin 'o uant this Incicdi-tnt io very necrfTary for the;r Defence. I d(#i;bt r;cc: your High M�ghtint-{Tes have an rxprels Account of .he Advantage which th<'Trc<^ps i.wiy a rror. land, fupported by'thofe which rverea^clh .: with A*a- * * * jor General Cadogan from -~ur h.'.vt-' o:-'3'ri d on the Canal of Oftend an-! Newport, over t'rj D :ke ot Berwick, who aVf,�rV Miem. The great Co:ivov arriv'd late Yefte:day at Men'.n. J congrarulate \o:.: oth-'r. High Mightinefl-s b:th on the on? a i r-n the _____4 and remain wirh ;lr-p Reiped:,^-1: and Mi^h-.y U,.-h vrorn 'be C�mp oe^r; Lifc, 5vr.. z?. r;r�c. A Lift of the Enemy's Trcops, w: id-, cnd-iv^ufd to throw themlelves into Lifle the N;gh. bctu .en the 28th and 1^rh of September. The Chevalier de Luxembourg, and unuerhira M. Tournefort. 400 Horfe in the Vanguard, zyz Grenadiers onHorleb^ck. z Squadrons ot Dragoons. 2____ot Burgundy. 1__ofSf.Aignan. r - o: Morroviile. z - of Fonraire. 1 of Breroche. z - ot Terneau. z - ot Forceaqui*. Note, we took fome Omcers, and about ay private Men Prilbners. On our bide we had not one Man ki.led or wounded. A Lift ot the mod eminent Officers of the Spanith Troops, who were kili'd or wounded in the Action near Tourout. M. de Pantocha, Nephew of Cardinal" | Portocarrero, kili'd. M. Grirraldi, who lately came 1 1 from Sp-:ns a Cohnel,kili'd. The Count de Copigny,' � kili'd. M. dt Car,acuoli.Coion?^ of Horle, V\ ound?d. X* Ihe Marquis 1'- W-'n.Tr' Brigjdier,dangeroi}fly uoun- 3^ ded, his Ti.^h beir.g broken. The Ba'^n de Laer^^ 5iigadier, (hot into i.-.e iiel'.y. T:-,e Marqu.s d'Aqua= ' , viva, Colonel, rectivJd"a Contuilcn in hi, Neck. * Sin Sehi^'-in^ dept. n.N.S. The indultn cn the Ffflfts in tee Flota comes out at 14 per Or.;, :ha whole being computed to amount to ? MiJo'-.^j rhouland Pieces ot Eight in Money an..! I-fi':^. Ths firft is already unladen with the 800 thoiiiand for the King. This day rhey begin to rvnlade tbe otr.^r part ot the Cargo, th*? greateft part of which is Tobacco, and moftot that on the King's Account. There is 011 Board but a very lmall quantity of Cochineal or Indigo. : The molt, conliderable or the Fadtors. remain in Mexico? loir.? ot whom hive fent but lew Effects with SeiYants-fr - ; s -  v '/���vmf' ;