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Extract of a Letter from Lieutenant Macaulay, of the Antrim Militia, to Major Hardy, commanding the County of Wicklow [at Baltinglass] …

24/05/1798

Printer / Publisher:  George Grierson
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No Pages: 1
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Date of Article: 24/05/1798
Printer / Publisher:  George Grierson
Address: Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Dublin
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No Pages: 1
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Extract of a Letter from Lieutenant Macaulay, of the Antrim Militia, to Major Hardy, commanding in the County of Wicklow, dated Baltinglass, 24th May, 1798. " Between Twelve and One o'Clock To- day the Insurgents appeared in the " Neighbourhood, to the Amount of at least Four or Five Hundred. Thirty " of the Antrim Militia under my Command, and Cornet Love with Twen- " ty of the Ninth Dragoons, were sent to attack them ; at the Instant that we " were advancing upon them, in the Town of Stratford upon Slaney, Cap- " tain Stratford appeared at the other End of the Town, with Part of his Corps. " We attacked the REBELS on both Sides, and completely routed them, " having between One and Two Hundred killed, besides many wounded, " who made their Escape. " There are several of our Men wounded, and One of the Ninth Dragoons " very severely. I have great Pleasure in telling you that every Man behaved " as well as possibly could be wished." DUBLIN: Printed by GEORGE GRIERSON, Printer to the KING'S Most Excellent Majesty.
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