Army of the North.
Hasty flight of the Duke of York; 40,000 English, Hessian and
coalised troops retreat after the Honscoote battle, and must cancel
the blockade of Dunkirk and Bergues; capture of 52 cannon, and 300
thousands of powder.
Army of Italy.
Augereau, division general.
The enemy is expelled from the right bank of the Brenta,
and withdraws to Bassano; the Republican troops fight them
before the town, rout them and pursue them until
Citadella; 5,000 or 6,000 prisoners, capture of 5 flags,
45 cannon, a complete pontoon kit, 200 wagons and
big stores in Bassano.