Military History of the Irish Nation: Comprising a Memoir of the Irish Brigade in the Service of France; with an Appendix of Official Papers Relative to the Brigade, from the Archives at Paris

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Страница 180 - ... seas, shall march out with their arms, baggage, drums beating, ball in mouth, match lighted at both ends, and colours flying...
Страница 180 - Ginckle, until they can be shipped ; and within their quarters they shall pay for every thing, except forage and pasture for their horses, which shall be furnished gratis. XIII. THOSE of the garrison of Sligo that are joined to the Irish army, shall have the benefit of this capitulation ; and orders shall be sent to them that are to convey them up, to bring them hither to Limerick the shortest way.
Страница 28 - O'Donnell, and many others of his intimate friends. They embarked on the Festival of the Holy Cross, in autumn. This was a distinguished company ; and it is certain that the sea has not borne and the wind has not wafted in modern times a number of persons in one ship more eminent, illustrious, or noble, in point of genealogy, heroic deeds, valour, feats of arms, and brave achievements, than they. Would that God had but permitted them...
Страница 178 - Ireland (if they are willing to remain here), as for passing freely into France, or any other country to serve. V. That all the general French officers, the intendant, the engineers, the commissaries at war, and of the artillery, the treasurer, and other French officers, strangers, and all others whatsoever, that are in Sligo, Ross, Clare, or in the army, or that do trade or commerce, or are otherwise employed in any kind of station or condition, shall have free leave to pass...
Страница 177 - Tameron, the French intendant, and Colonel Withers ; and after such declaration is made, the troops that will go into France must remain under the command and discipline of their officers that are to conduct them thither ; and deserters of each side shall be given up, and punished accordingly.
Страница 180 - Ginckle will order that they be furnished with carriages for that purpose, and what provisions they shall want in their march, they paying for the said provisions, or else that they may take it out of their own magazines. XII. That all the troops of horse and dragoons that are in the counties of Cork, Kerry, and Clare, shall also have the benefit of this capitulation ; and that such as will pass into France shall have quarters given them in the counties of Clare and Kerry, apart from the troops that...
Страница 183 - And to prevent all disorders that may happen between the garrison that the general shall place in the Irish town, which shall be delivered to him, and the Irish troopers that shall remain in the English town and the island, which they may do, until the troops to be embarked on the first fifty ships shall be gone for France, and no longer, they shall entrench themselves on both sides, to hinder the communication of the said garrisons: and it shall be prohibited on both sides to offer any thing that...
Страница 181 - Those of the garison of Sligo, that are joined to the Irish army, shall have the benefit of this capitulation ; and orders shall be sent to them, that are to convey them up, to bring them hither to Limerick the shortest way. XIV. The Irish may have liberty to transport nine hundred horse, including horses for the officers, which shall be transported gratis ; and, as for the...
Страница 183 - ... side. XXV. That it shall be lawful for the said Garrison to march out all at once, or at different times, as they can be embarked, with arms, baggage, drums beating, match lighted at both ends, bullet in mouth, colours flying...
Страница 183 - English town, it shall remain, together with the island, and the free passage of Thomondbridge, in the hands of those of the Irish army that are now in the garrison, or that shall hereafter come from the counties of Cork, Clare, Kerry, Sligo, and other places above-mentioned, until there shall be convenience found for their transportation. XXIV. And to prevent all disorders that may happen between the garrison that the general shall place in the Irish town., which shall be delivered to him, and the...

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