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Advices have been received this Morning from St.Johnstown, the Head Quarters of the Lord Lieutenant ..

09/09/1798

Printer / Publisher: Dublin Castle George Grierson
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Date of Article: 09/09/1798
Printer / Publisher: Dublin Castle George Grierson
Address: Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, Dublin
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DUBLIN CASTLE, 9th September, 1798. ADVICES have been received this Morning from St. Johnstown, the Head Quarters of the Lord Lieutenant, which bring the pleasing and satisfactory Intelligence, that Lieutenant General Lake having come up with the Enemy yesterday Morning, entirely defeated them. The French have surrendered at Discretion. The Rebels who had joined them were dispersed, and a great Proportion killed or taken. Lord Roden's Dragoons, the 3d Battalion of Light Infantry, and the Armagh Regiment, Were principally, engaged, and distinguished themselves very much. Major General Cradock is slightly wounded in the Shoulder. No Officer is killed. The Lord Lieutenant's Column had advanced with such Rapidity from Carrick- on- Shannon to St. Johnstown, as to have been enabled to stop the fur- ther Progress of the Enemy, had they not surrendered to Lieutenant General Lake. DuBLin: Printed by GEORGE GRIERSON, Printer to the KING's Most Excellent Majesty.
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