Full text: Tagebuch des Garnisonsregiments von Knoblauch

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    Lieut: Colonel de Porbeck of Wissenbachs being Field=

    Officier of the day of the right wing, and being in

    the redout w‘ hen the attak began, had an opportunity

    which he well improved, to signalize himself in a

    most gallant manner; and it is but justice to men=

    tion to your, Lordship those troops who defended it.

    They were part of the South Carolina Royalists the

    light Dragoons dismounted, and the Battallion Men

    of the 4th 60th in all about 100 Men, commanded (: by

    a special order) by Captain Taws of the Dragoons (Lieut.

    off the 71st) a good and gallant Officier, and who

    nobly fell with his Sword in tho body of the third

    he had killed with his own hand und wegen dem Ver=

    halten der Truppen ist in der nemlichen Relation decla=

    rirt worden.

       I. believe, my Lord, il [it] is not very necessary I‘ s [I should]


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