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efforts which usualy happens with the hope of Victory began to attack more briskly. The Enemy surrounded every where despairing of every thing endeavoured to throw themselves over the works and to save themselves by flight; which the horse having pursued in the open plain out of the numer 50.000 which it is certain came from Aquitainia and the Cantabrians scarce a fourth part having escaped the horse retired into the Camp when the Night [[underline]] was far advanced [[/underline]]