Dublin Castle, 16th June, 1798. This morning advices were received from Major General Nugent. By them it appears, that the rebels, who had been defeated at Ballynahinch, have petitioned for pardon, and offered to surrender up all their arms and ammunition...A more full account of the action at Arklow having been received from Major-General Needham, it is here subjoined...
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Printed by George Grierson,
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LO Folder 6/1798/30