At four in the morning he took a goods train down to Dundalk, where he found Mr. Townsend.
A fierce-looking man from Dundalk admitted the soft impeachment.
Schomberg at length left the camp at Dundalk, and the remains of his army went into winter quarters.
The meeting was public and was placarded from one end of Dundalk to the other.
The recollection of Dundalk was not so fresh as that of Flodden.
Sussex left Dundalk on April 5, and returned to it on the 25th.
He had been obliged to raise the siege of Drogheda, and the English had obtained possession of Dundalk.
Newry and Dundalk must have been evacuated but for a timely supply of herrings.
She was born near Dundalk, and her chief seat was at Kildare.
They had besieged and nearly annihilated the army of Schomberg at Dundalk.