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Yesterday Advices were received from Lieutenant Colonel Foote, of the North Cork Regiment of Militia, …

29/05/1798

Printer / Publisher: Dublin Castle George Grierson
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Date of Article: 29/05/1798
Printer / Publisher: Dublin Castle George Grierson
Address: Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Dublin
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Dublin Castle, Tuesday, 29th May, 1798. YESTERDAY Advices were received from Lieute- a nant Colonel Foote, of the North Cork Regiment of Mi- a litia, that having advanced with one Hundred Men " against a very numerous Body of Rebels, his Party was " attacked when exhausted by the Length of their March, u and, after killing a great Number of the Enemy, it was " almost entirely cut off. u Late in the Evening General Lake arrived from Kil- " cullen, where he received the unconditional Submission u of a Body of Rebels amounting to near four Thou- u sand, who, after having delivered up their Arms, and u seven Persons who were their Leaders, were permitted to return into the King's Peace. Their Sorrow and " Repentance seemed complete. " The Town of Kildare, and the adjacent Parts, have " also begged to make an unconditional Submission.'' DUBLIN: Printed by GEORGE GRIERSON, Printer to the KINGs Most Excellent Majesty.
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