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would have done. They [[addition]] did [[/addition]] as they were commanded having drawn out four cohorts which had been left to guard the Camp which had not been fatigued by labour and having led them a long way about that they might not be seen from the Enemies Camp, the eyes and minds of all being intent upon the Fight they quickly came to those works which we have mentioned and having distroyed these the formed themselves in the Enemies Camp before they could be seen by them or that what was carrying on could be known. Then a noise being heard from that part ours having renud their