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Major Marley is just arrived from Major General Loftus, ….

05/06/1798

Printer / Publisher: Dublin Castle George Grierson
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Date of Article: 05/06/1798
Printer / Publisher: Dublin Castle George Grierson
Address: Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Dublin
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Dublin Castle, 5th June, 1798, 5 0' Clock, P. M. MAJOR MARLEY is just arrived from Major Gene- ral Loftus, and brings an Account that the Major General, finding that Colonel Walpole's Detachment had received a Check, thought it prudent to move to Carnew, which he effected without the Loss of a Man. It appears that Colonel Walpole had met with the main Body of the REBELS in a strong Post near Slievebuy Mountain, and having attacked them, he was unfortu- nately killed by a Shot in the Head in the Beginning of the Action, when his Corps being in a Situation where it could not act with Advantage, was forced to retire to Arklow. The Loss was fifty- four Men killed and missing, and two six Pounders. Captain Stark, Captain Armstrong, Captain Duncan were wounded, but not dangerously, and Sir Watkins William Wynne received a Contusion in the Hand. , , DUBLIN: Printed by GEORGE GRIERSON, Printer to the KING'S Most Exeellent Majesty.
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