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Wells Trotton Tioga. County a conditions. No subscription received for a Shorter period than sit to paths nor will any paper be discontinued until All arrearage Are paid but at the a life making not More than it Square wid Rie inserted three time after on Dollar and Furt cry insertion Twenty five cents. It advertisements charged in the same pro porn in Thost exceeding six Liliet will be and the Battle of from the port Folio of a British officer. As the Pross has been groaning lately with accounts of the Peninsular War Many of them Only emanating from the brain of the writers i Trust that a real and True account will not be in accept i then presumed it might be marshal whilst i was interrogating the peasant i was hastily recalled by my went a couple of round shot directly into the advancing spaniards. These were the first shots fired on that Day valuable journal when nothing better presents itself. My object is merely to Tell you what fell under nay immedi the 10th of the affair of Toulouse. It is merely a Liberal reduction to those who advertise a personal narration and not intended to an extended View of the the Danville Democrat. The Tomb. Of the Tkv. Alfred Louderback f a roes on me pm Jan of March Iii Tib Here ram by wakes her Fon Cit thoughts an 4 and pure kindle up her fire Soult retreated precipitately on thou in Nokhm in run of Flo Lousy. Which he Rintar fire. Tufi Learnt. To assure you that i shall not draw on my imagination for any facts and if this article have no other Merit it shall be that of troth. After the affair of Tarbes on the 20th of March 1s14, where to and hip roared tribute Sheds her Tran and minstrels tune to Mournful strums Lyre. Stand but Alono and View the Nuin Rous piles which indicate where each poor mortal Lay flow a which strew the Mound where raw the Lump of Clay. The raging weeping o or Tho Earth Dut urbe no Sleeper in his Dusty bed mid Earth s commotion and the do of War Bull rest Urene the myriads of Tho dead. Louse which he entered As the Learnt on the 23th, and immediately began to fortify the Heights in the our whole army were Quick on his heels and look up their in the neighbouring villages by the 30th. The Heights which Soult proposed to fortify were at the North of the City running in a direct line West and East immediately behind was the canal which a Tillot Gerene the myriads of the dead. Usu Iii warn me canal Wincn the. Opo mag d with at hound i self with he Garonne under warbling tic fragrance of the the Western Point of the Bridge. Of the grateful autumn heaping gifts on Ter having passed by the Eastern and All seek in rain o break he deep repose. Northern parts of the City the Northern Post was thus doubly secured in the opinion of the French by the Range of Heights Anc then by the canal. The Garonne passed by the Western part Over which was a splendid Stone Bridge strengthened by a Tete de Point. Thus the Only part Assai Lable was the South but How to get there was the question. As we came from the the Garonne intervened. Lord land Hill however to try what he could do with what part of the army i do not now remember of the other Side of the River. After great difficulties m the construction by the Pontoon Bridge Hill passed with his division about he 1st or 2d of april. He had now As it was supposed Only to Marieh on the Southern part of the Civ which was Moie parity to be attacked having neither Heights canal nor River to impede its Progi Ess. The Only obstacles were the Gallant battalions whose met the we had often tried on the other Side of the pyrenees and who gave Evi two halves to a Story. Dence of a to dispute the new York Era in noticing. Ground. When he had wonderful Story in one of the papers of Well Over on the other a remarkable Cun osits. Relates the Fol Glde with the artillery and i believe or i hold Tho omm Iulg Youthful widow go to Bathe with an Humio got so dear and Tell How warm till Burns her Early love she in cake in vain aha the tear. 1 liboro lies the infant called Ort crime had left in m the grave b title the Monarch who now finds in death a tyrant from which no bribe can save. Our fears distract no Moro i hatred the House of reit there 1 or Nav slumber safely mile by Sido for waving Pas Lou there disturb no breast. But then the thought of being food for worm. And spending agas in the lonely tomb1 l i think to feel to lore to act no More but dwell mid Lent Universal gloom Tho thoughts were sad did we not hear one Ray them comes a Bright nor very Distant Day u Hen All Tho dead shall hear a trumpet voice waking millions at its sound rejoice. Then was shall Roll their myriads to the Shore and Oarth shall give her of thous mls o or and then t youth immortal from tha skies shall Otbo our form a voice shall bid of Rise a litre wasting sickness lingers not nor Donth shall breath on Man again his chilling by sat. For death shall yield to Christ Hii Sovereign Swap and like some conquered monster led away die Man shall Ever Rast where All is peace and pious souls Are betas d. Remarkable curiosity relates the Fol Side we tithe artillery Veneve lowing quiz that wag attempted to be la was perceived that it played off upon or. Mitchell of that a to get up the Guna can non tha Rains of the previous week had rendered the roads impassible and City the doctor was waited upon by wig my students for his opinion Freak Thev stated it was found necessary to Retreat imme break 01 they stated would have been rather that a woman had Given birth to a child of be attacked without being one half of w Inch was Black and be Able to his artillery. It was my ing something in natural philosophy so 1p the advanced picket on the unnatural they were prompt of the Garonne while Hill s to to Call upon him to give the causes on the other Side. I then at length. The old gentleman listened b8 longed a regiment of Dragoon to the history of this strange phenom m Gen. Ponsonby s brigade at non with great attention and with his Flat time by lord Charles usual politeness insisted hat they should Ponsonby s absence take wine Vith him. This courteous the troop to which i conduct of the doctor somewhat Embar was ordered Fer picket. We rated the wags beg perceive took up our on the High read by him he relieved them by bating the that the Only motive he had in detain sentries As closely my them a to hear the other half of Aste those of the enemy pro Thor have told me that from 30 to 50 Yards distance. One halt of the ch4ld was Black now than moment we Tell me the color of the other s r Coly Good the students were compelled and let nothing pass without under and admit the whole of Fth this proved to be general Pakenham the adjutant Gen eral. He passed us rapidly hastily and courteously returned our Salute and Rode on to our advanced sentry. We All of course were anxiously viewing his movements and perceived that his attention was attracted towards the Heights at the North of the City the rear of which we could plainly see As we were very nearly South. The ene my were hard at work fortifying them. The general Repa esed us at a Trot and directed his course to head in about an hour we were relieved and directed to March to another Point of the River ten Miles lower Down or due North of the Point we had just quilted. On oar arrival there which was the next Day the 4th or 5th of april we saw a Pontoon Bridge which had been hastily constructed Orer which the whole brigade crossed each Man Dis mounting and leading his horse. This wag a difficult and d dangerous business As the least false step would have precipitated our chargers in the torrent that was roaring beneath and hourly increasing from the melting of the snows on the pyrenees. whole brigade got safely on the right Bank and proceeded to the Village of Grisolle where we had excellent quarters. The Hussar brigade which Cros sed Over before us and was constantly threatening the enemy formed the and Vance. We were posted in their rear and thus we remained four Days with out any assistance from the rest of the army for scarcely had our brigade passed when the River attained an impetuosity that gave it the character of a Canadian rapid. The enemy suspect ing what had taken place had sent Down boats Laden with atones trunks of Trees 4 c. Which broke the Bridge and prevented the crossing of that part of the infantry that were intended to Atuck the height on the North part of the City. On the evening of the 9th of april the Bridge was repaired and All crossed. Before Day break on the 10th, we were in our saddles and remained ready to receive the orders to March. We anticipated hot work and having inspected with More than Ordi nary care the saddles bridles arms and different accoutrements we received the expected As the East Ern Clouds announced that the Sun was not far off. Have you Ever witnessed a Fine Spring Day in the South of France if you have not i pity you. Suffice it to say this was the loveliest of that most Lovely season. On we proceeded and came in sight of those formidable Heights destined to be watered with so much British blood. On the right and left As the Light increased we saw divisions of infantry marching parallel with us. On our right were the spaniards under Don Manuel Freire. On our immediate left were the 6th Divi Sion and them again the 4th division All marching on parallel roads leading to these Heights in sub Divi a the Cage required. I miness of the Day passing before our say that the scene in resplendent or that it was the most magnificent Sunrise i Ever for it was not but it was the merriest looking Sun i Ever beheld. His rising rays were dancing on All the Spires windows and weather Cocks that came in their Way. It appeared that he was literally laughing As if in mockery of the dreadful deeds about to been staggered the head of the column a Little but still they advanced. We had now nearly lost sight of the 6th arid 4 i. .1 redoubt. I Sharp work for the eyes this my my companion to me a i was looking at the deadly fire into the brigade of the 43d, 79th and 91st. I was extremely anxious about the latter regi ment As we been quartered Ogeth at them As they passed a Gap in the Woody country they were March ing through although they were As near to us As Ever. The spaniards we never lost sight of. They were now forming in Etta front it appeared to me in columns of half battalions just pre Paratory to the attack of the our brigade was at this moment halted in an Orchard when we dismounted and watched leisurely the movements of the Spanish division. The work of death had now commenced. A furious cannonade played upon As they steadily advanced the fire in creased but still they steadily indeed As to draw from us exclamations of admiration. Bravo my boys Bravo Bravo was heard on All sides. They were now from three quarters of a mile to a mile in front of us when Ray Captain called out to by heavens i think they Are Retreat ing for i see their Cross no no said i it it the straps of their Knapsacks at added i hesitatingly i think for i new be Gan i saw the Cross sure sign their front was to us and their backs to the enemy. We now saw the French masses which had been before concealed from us advancing upon the Span urls. Our attention had been so much engrossed by what had been passing in our front that we had paid Little attention to the 6th and 4th divisions. The fire was now heard along the whole line and the action had become general. The 6th division were Gal hotly dashing up the Hill in front of the fortified Heights to replace the spaniards now in Complete Retreat. The portuguese artillery followed the 4th division who were galloping after them and formed on the first Range of Heights. They were blazing away at the redoubt from the French had poured tet Rifle broadsides of round and grape on the unfortunate spaniards. At this moment one of lord Welling ton s aids be Camp i think lord March now Duke of Gal loped up to lord Charles spoke a few words to him. In Ahmedi lately we heard the sound stand to your horses and away we were again. The first thing that particularly attracted my attention., was a wounded Hussar officer. I could see him ride slowly towards the head of our line the blood was streaming Down his thigh and he looked extremely Pale. On his coming close to me i perceived it was or. Fil Clarence now lord Munster i had known him by sight in London but could scarcely have recognised him again such an alteration had the loss of blood made in his appearance. His wound was in the upper part of the right thigh. We hat now gotten on the High read which it was necessary to Cross to take up out Des tined position in the rear of the Portu Guese artillery. Between the High Road and the base of the rising ground in front of the fortified Heights there was a spot of ground open to the French artillery on which they were directing their fire. We were ordered to Gallop As swiftly As possible Ever it till we Carrie under shelter of the rising ground on which the portuguese artillery had now established itself. Our brigade had now formed in three Dragoon guards in front 3d Dragoon 2dhnej 4th Dragoon the whizzing past about Tycie time 3 or 4 o clock p. Saw Wellington emerging from a Bye path joining the two High loads and ride past us to the rear. This was a tolerable indication that All was and considerably eased our minds. At ast the firmo ceased the Only shots we now heart were the firing Offort some awkward lellows1 pieces that had missed fire during the action Ficera were my intimate friends. W list surveying this horrible scene of carnage of which i feared Many of my friends were the victims general Packenham Rode up and accosted us mid he have you seen lord Wellington lately Tes we replied he has just gone off to the Caid he we shall soon have some work for the the sooner the said my Gallant Friend As he saluted the departing general who went by our direction in quest of lord a the ground on which we now stood had been the limit of the Advance of the spaniards and from which they had been driven by the murderous fire of their there were plentiful proofs of the skill displayed by the enemy in the direction of their guns the ground was strewn with horribly mangled bodies of Swarthy spaniards the fore feet of my horse were on the body of a spaniard the roof of whose Skull had been literally carried1 off by a round As we had now fallen in i could not move from my position. It was Curi Ous to see How the animal would Ever and anon put Down his head As if to examine the Corpse and then lift it in the air and curl his upper lip and snort with disgust at the horrid the fire which had been so Long directed in the advancing columns of infantry and artillery now began its Range on us. A dreadful cannonade was pour ing in on our brigade. Some men in the Squadron on my right were already killed and every succeeding shot indicated that we were the object aimed at. We were then directed to descend the Hill a few Yards by doing which we were protected from the enemy s fire. At this moment an officer was called for who could speak French. My col. Sent for me and ordered me to go with a sergeant of artillery to collect the peasants to assist in repairing a Bridge Over the efs which the enemy had broken Down in the morning. The Battle at this time was raging in All its fury. It was an unpleasant thing at such a moment to quit my station in my regiment but As i was ordered by my colonel there was no Remon Stra Ting All i had to do was to just As i turned my horse about a deaf ening shout from the scots brigade announced that the had gained the re doubt a most important Point. From that moment the Day was ours. As i descended the Hill i kept my Eye on our brigade determined to keep it in View so that i could regain it when i had finished my business at the on my arrival there i found some peasants already collected and an eng Lish non commissioned officer Spe Siung to them fluently in their own i told him i had been sent to assist him he could not make himself understood. He said he thought he could manage Verajr Well without i then clapped spurs to my horse and went in search of my regiment which had now changed its for it was not where i left it. The fire had by this time considerably Slack ened and the fight was drawing to a the shouts i heard Over the Hill seemed to indicate that the redoubts were one by one gained. A few dropping shots and there however shewed that some enthusiastic heroes were determined to keep it up. 1 not and Ham the flints contrived to get them Clear when the occasion for them had gone by. As the Thadea of night began to close on tha Toad in which was a building Large Barracks like a Pidjeon House i on the left a farm House. In the latter i and my Bro ther sub Bent our Steps to find something to refresh our exhausted bodies for we had eaten nothing1 since the Day before. Nothing was to be found the House was occupied by wounded officers and All we could do was to Malie a fire in the Yard and in the absence of food try to refresh Olirs Elres with sleep. As we were thus endeavouring to forget our in the arms of morpheus or veil wounded men of the Highland brigade were brought to the fire we had lighted. Uliey were All fright fully mutilated. One of them had scarcely been Laid Down than he expired. Several oth ers were breathing with Tyve utmost difficulty and showed evident symptoms that they had not Long to live. Dreadful As the scene was we were awakened by the piercing shrieks of a female. She was a scotch woman and was making the air re Echo with a Haij whar ii sandy1" said she to a wounded Highlander. Dinna answered he. But i think he is with the a replied she. "1 have been thar just Noo and cd uld a find during this Lime a Man had been placing some Wood on the fire the Blaze of illuminated All around us. Gracious god the Wottman what s this As she sei7pd a Hig Ilan l Bonnet of the ground Whai s this7 and a filled with of shrieked she Githie Sandy s is tits is he wharisli8t" As she dashed her head into the dark plumes no answered. In was poor Sandy who had exp fed. Sleep was out of the question. We had however some refreshment and the Twilight contrived to get something like a meal. But what horrors did the Day disclose As 1 slept on the Field 1 had an Opportunity of going Over if before the dead and wounded were removed. The sight tvs truly horrify ing. Col. The Lith had been severely wounded in the neck and As 1 passed by Hon Haploid me one half of his regiment had been killed or wounded. 1 am afraid to say what the hot mustered but it out of action by a subaltern who commanded it the next Day. As i was going Over this scene of horror i saw a poor tenth wounded in tie Hrdy finding that i spoke French he entreated me to procure him a sur Geon. 1 proceeded to the nearest regiment for that purpose hut alas they were All engaged and god know g Here was employment enough1 for Vliem. I returned to offer that assistance i had cd sued the body of a fins Young Man of the 79th was lying in one of the redoubts. As they turned him up i recognised Lieut Purvis who had sailed from Mouth in the same Fleet with me. In one their were traces of blood for Twenty or thirty Yards. The loss of the allies in killed and 4 wounded exceeded six thousand. That of Iba French we never knew but it was not so great As they were defended by their entrench ments and redoubts for the number engaged Toulouse was a most bloody encounter and to say might been prevented had taken place two Davs before Peregrinus. Tough Banner like All other democratic papers furnishes some capital the election. The choicest amongst them is appended. We feel at Liberty to As strange things As this have been told of the Moose Hunters within our the other Day a or. Of this county having been out on Hunt ing excursion to the Woods was giving up the Chase to return is he discovered a Peculiar kind of Bird sitting under a log which he determined on and u Ai to the matter i believe there 11 complaint under the Sun i have not Here was a Fine of disorders 1 asked if she married or single was i then told Ier that so complaint As she seamed to have Fly be Curwin at a lieu Ropwr ration she Wai exceedingly but her anger terminated i a v Lank of tha River several French offi cers apparently of rank. I Hail an excellent Telescope and the River not be ing above 800 Yard in breadth i con trived to get a capital Yiew of Ono who appeared to be giving directions was a Stout muscular by Bow legged and was decorated Wilh i crept As close As i possibly and could with the Aid of my were galloping furiously about Proba Bly aids de . What surprised me much was the Small num Ber of the enemy in right j a fear alone seemed ready to dispute oui Progress. My brother sub to whom i communicated my ideas re plied Stop a hit my lad i and you la me enough of he had spoken when bang bang Paris a if you forget god when you Are of god forget you when you knew who that person was he Only in Oletho patois of tha country i great difficulty in understanding did painting Muir us in the Possession of marshal Soult offered to take me with on being presented to a group who had Saem 4 _ out the Worda commander in chief. Eyed the scene before him wi-1 in tense interest. Also did i behold this hero of a Hundred fights for the whole period to was in our front my eyes were never off him he seemed to be absorbed by what was going occasionally speaking to the officers that were with him and indicating with his Telescope certain paints to the right left and Centre. He might have re seme ten minutes near or and _ w. My brother sur and myself now moved Forward towards the Ofarril Lery to see what was passing in the Val Ley Between the Hill we were Nav up before i joined them i had not yet got up to the troop to which i belonged when a round shot struck a Peron front of me. He Ai he and his horse Weie on the ground i perceived it was an officer. Several of us dismounted to ascertain the extent the injury and the Zeroon who had sustained it. It was colonel Good some one. Whore Are yom Hill to my astonishment he said As he tangled himself from his horse and jumped on Don t know yet till i shake my Heathen text about his lege and Armi and found himself on y bruised. But poor Mare l j see How she a an i fair you la never mount her poor Laid a but Howe in the horns of the Deer. Thus guided t. I i by the Aid of a Tomahawk which or. A happened to have in his Belt which caused a halt when he was despatched without much More trouble. Or. Thought no More of the Bird. I Augustus hearing that a roman Knight who had lived extravagantly had died overwhelmed with debt and wat the marshal i Milf. Held the sixth division storming the the poor beast was killed in one of the most extraordinary it1 was Ball which struck her in the breast passed through her body and came out Between the bind legs without in the least injuring her rider. We now entered a hollow Road Tho sides of which woo 12 or 14 feet High and wore completely protected from the Lancova occasionally Stead. Some of his courtiers express their Surprise i should he to have the Bedstead on which a Man could sleep who owed so f use temporal , spa Fri
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