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It happened by the advantageousness of the ground, by the want of Skill, and by their fatigue by the valour of our Soldiers and by their being ex^ [[addition]] er [[/addition]] cised in former battles that they could not even with stand one attack of our Soldiers but presently turn'd their back: our Soldiers being fresh followed the Enemy who were encumbered and kill'd a great number of them; the horse having pursued the rest left but a few who escaped by flight. So that at the same time Sabines received information of the Sea fight and Casar of Sabines's victory and all the Cities surrendered to Siturius; for as the minds of the Gauls is very [[unclear]] & quick to engage in a war; so it is soft & amiable to bear up against calamities.