A column of 6,000 Revolutionists from Paris, under Fosses, had
suc- ceeded in entering Belgium at Risque-e-tout, a village between Mouscron and Menin, to the West of Tournay. General Fleury Duray marched immediately with 200 infantry, two pieces of artillery, and twenty-five chasseurs. He shortly came in front of 2,000 well-armed men; another body threatening his right. The Revolutionists attacked with vigour; but General Fleury broke them with his artillery, and completed their rout with his cavalry, making great slaughter. The body on the right fled without a blow. The Belgians are said to have lost only one man.