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Accounts were this Day received from Brigadier General Barnett, stating …

19/06/1798

Printer / Publisher: Dublin Castle George Grierson
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Date of Article: 19/06/1798
Printer / Publisher: Dublin Castle George Grierson
Address: Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Dublin
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Dublin Castle, 19th June, 1798; ACCOUNTS were this Day received from Brigadier General Barnett, stating, that on the 17th instant a con- siderable Body of REBELS attacked Kilbeggan, but were repulsed by a Detachment of Fifty of the Northumberland Fencibles, under the Command of Captain Thatcher.— One Hundred and twenty of the REBELS were killed, and a great many wounded. The Detachment behaved with the greatest Gallantry. Brigadier General Grose reports from Kilcock, that Colonel Irwine, with a Detachment under his Command, had this Day engaged a Body of above Two Thousand REBELS, at Oviolstown- Hill, about one Mile from Hort- land. The Loss of the REBELS was upwards of Two Hundred slain. The Number of killed and wounded of his Majesty's Troops does not amount to more than twenty- three. En- sign Inter, of the Highlanders, was killed. Colonel Irwine, 1 and Sir Richard Steele, were wounded ; but it is hoped not dangerously. Colonel Irwine reports to General Grose, that he is highly indebted to all the Officers and Men who served under him, and that he was much benefited by the Assistance he received from Colonel Burrowes, who volun- teered on the Occasion DUBLIN: Printed by GEORGE GRIERSON, Printer to the KING's Most Excellent Majesty.
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