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tempted against them. The rise of the river, of the sympathy which even barbarians hace and the rapidity of the stream, render much for their countrymen. The Tyrolese abbor labour and great caution necessary.

those who have excited them to rebellion, and On the morning of the 22d. when the brought upon them all the consequent calaarmy was informed, that the Emperor had mities. Their rage against Chasteller is so ordered it to retreat to the great island, no great, that, after his flight to-Voergel, they thing could exceed the astonishment of the detained him at Hall, beat him with sticks, brave troops. Victorious on both days, they and treated him so ill, that he was forced to had supposed that the remainder of the army keep his bed for two days, and could only had joined them ; but when they were told, make his appearance to propose a capitulathat the high water had carried away the tion: but he was answered, that this would bridges, and that its continued increase ren- not be made with a robber; on which he dered a supply of their ammunition and provi. precipitately fled into the mountains of Ca sions impracticable, and that any movement rinthia. The valley of Zillerthal was the in advance would be absurd, it was with diffi, first to submit, and the rest of the country culty they could be persuaded of the truth of followed the example. All the chief com The statement.

manded the peasants to return to their dwellThat bridges, constructed of the largest ings; and they were seen to leave the mounbouts of the Danube, secured by double an. tains, and return to the villages. The dischors and cables, should be carried away, tricts have sent deputations to the King of was a great and entirely unforeseen disaster; Bavaria, to intreat his clemency. The Vobut it was extremely fortunate, that the Em rarlberg, which had been misled by the arts peror was not two hours later in being in. of the enemy, will follow the Tyrol, and that formed of it. The army, jo pursuing the part of Germany will then be delivered from enenıy, would have exhausted its ammuni. the evils of popular insurrection. tion, which it would have been impossible to

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Ebersdorf, May 26 On the 23d, a great quantity of ammuni. On the 23d and 24tli, the army was en tion was sent to the camp at Inder-Lobau. ployed to restore the bridges, which were The battle of Esling, of which a circumstan- ready the 25th, carly in the moroing; and tial report shall be made, pointing out the the wounded, caissons, &c. were removed to brave men who distinguished themselves the right bank of the Danube. The Danube therein, will, in the eyes of posterity, be a being likely to rise till the 15th June, it is new memorial of the glory and inflexible intended to mark the height of the river, by frinness of the French army. The Dukes means of two poles driven into the ground, la of Montebello and Rivoli, on that day, dis, which the large iron chain is to be fastened, played all the powers of their military cha. which the Turks had destined for the saree racter. Tlie Emperor has given the com- purpose; but the Austrians took it, and it mand of the 2d corps to Count Oudinot, a was found in the arsenal of Vienna, This general tried in a hundred battles, in which measure, and the works which are construct he has always evinced the possession of equal ed on the left banks of the Danube, will ena courage and skill. .

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Ebersdorf, May 24, Peesburg, on the lake of Neusiedel. General The Marshal Duke of Dantzic is master of Lauriston is in Styria, at Simeringsberg, IN the Tyrol, and on the 19th entered Inspruck; Bruck. The Duke of Dancaic ia hastening the whole country has submitted. On the bg forced marches, at the bead of the Ban, 11th, the Duke of Dantzic took the strong rian troops, to join the army at Vienna. T'ha position of Steub-Pas, with seven cannon and horse chasseurs of the Imperial Guard 6000 men. On the 13th, after having de- rived here yesterday, the dragogas are e teated and put to fight Chasceller, in the pected in the course of tu day 3 and, withia. position of Voergel, and taken all his artil. few days, the horse grenadier and sista lery, he pursued him to beyond Rattenberg, pieces of ordnance will reach tbis place the fugitive being indebted for his safety only the capitulatius of Vienna, warsbal-lie to the feetness of his horse. General Deroi tenants, 9 major-generals, 10 colonels, 20 having raised the blockade of the fortress of majors and lieutenant-colonels, 100 captaies, Kufstein, joined the troops commanded by 150 lieutenants, 200 second lieutenants, and the Duke of Dantzic. Chasteller came into 3000 non-commissioned officers and soldiers, the Tyrol, with a handful of wretched rab- were prisoners of war; exclusively of these ble, promoting insurrection, plundes, and who were in the hospital, and whose number murder. He saw massacred, before his eyes, amounts to some thousands. several thousands or Bavarians, and some

Bartle of Urfar. hundreds of French soldiers. The wretch, on the 17th of May, three Austrian overwhelmed with benefits by the Emperor, lønns, under the command of Generals Gran to whom he was indebted for the recovery of vills, Boulewith, and Somma Ben he propery, amounting to several millions, ported by re u nder Generalna was incapable of the feclings of gratude, and lachich, attacked General Vandamme, at the Rillage of Urfar, in front of the bridge-head Italy have conducted themselves as the peo. at Lintz. At the same moment, the Prince ple of Alsace, Normandy, or Dauphine, would of Ponte Corvo came to Lintz, with the ca. have done. The proclamations and the dis. valry, and the first brigade of Saxon infantry, courses of the Archduke John inspired only General Vandamme, at tbe head of che Wir. contempt and scorn; and it would be difficult femberg troops, and four squadrons of Saxon to describe the joy of the people of the Piave, bussars, repulsed the two first columns of the the Taglianzento, and of the Frioul, when enemy, drore chem from their positions, took they saw the army of the enemy flying in from them six pieces of artillery, made 400 disorder, and the army of the Sovereign and prisoners, and threw them intu entire confue the country returning in triumph. The peo. mon. The third coluna of the enemy ap. pie of Italy are marching with rapid strides to peared on the heights of boslingberg, at seven the last period of a happy change. That in the evening; and his infantry, in a mo. beautiful part of the Con:inen', to which ment, took possession of the neighbouring are attached so many great and illustrious remountains. The Sason infantry fell on the collections, which the Court of Rome, ihat enemy with fury, drove him from his posi. Swarm of monks, and its own divisions, had sion, and took 800 prisoners, and several an- ruinei, is appearing with honour again oa municion waggons. The chemy has retreat the cheatre of Europe. ed, in contusion, to Freystadt and Hasbach. All the details winich reach us of the Aus. The hussars, sent out in pursuit, bave brought trian army shew, that on toe 21st and 220, in many prisoners; 500 muskets, and a num. its loss was enormous. The choice troops of ber of waggons and caissons, were found in the the army have perished. The good tolks of woods. The loss of the enemy amounts to Vienna say, that the aneuvies of General 2000 killed and wounded, besides prisoners. Danube saved the Austrian army. The Our whole loss, in killed, wounded, and pric Tyrol and Voralberg are completely subsoners, is not 400 men. The Prince of Ponce iected. Carniola, Styria, Carinthid, the ter. Corvo praises greafly General Vandamme, and ritory of Saitzburgh, Upper and Lower Austhe behaviour of che Saxou General in Chief tria, are pacified and J.sarmel. Trieste, Leschwitz, who, in his 65th year, possesses that city where the French and Italians sufall the activity and fire of youth.

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Ebersdorf, May 28. has been most agreeablc to the Emperor During the night of the 26th and 97th, our the delivery of the Russian squadron. It had bridges on ebe Danube were carried away by received orders to fit out for Anconit, but, tle waters and the mills which have been set detained by contrary winds, it remained in free. The Emperor spent yesterday on the the power of the Austriuns. dofc bank surveying the fortifications which he junction of the ariny of Dalmatia will are raising on the Island of Inder Loball, and soon idke place. The Duke of Ragusa began in order to inspect some regimepus or the Duke bis mach as soon as he lieard that the army de Rivoli's curps, statioixed at this sort of o: Italy was on tie Isonzo. It is hoperl that site-de peal.

it will arrive as Laybaus before the 5th of On the 27th, ac night, Captain Baillie, Junc. Aid-de. Cump of the Viceroy, brought the The robber Schill, who assumed, and with agiceable tidings of the arrival of the army reason, the title of General in the service of of Italy at Bruck. General Lauriston had England, alter having prostituted the name been sent in advance, and she junction took of The King of Prussia, as the satelites of place on the Simeringberg. During (welvie England prostitute that of Feroinand ac See days the two armies had received nu intelli- vilix, has been pursued and cbased into an gence of each other. The Viceroy his dis- island of the Elbe. played, during the whole campaign, a calm. The King of Westphalia, independently ness and an extent of observation wbich are of 15,000 meu of his own troops, had a iluich che presages of a great General. In the rela. division and a French division; and the Duke kion of facts which have graced the army of ot Valmy has already uuited as Hanau two Italy during cliese last twenty days, his Mano divisions of the Corps of Observation. jesty has marked with pleasure the destruc. The pacification of Swabia sets free the tion of che corps of Jellachish. I wish this Corps of Observacion of General Beamont, general whosciasolentproslamation enkundled which is collected at Augsburgh, and where the fury itd sharpenced the daggers of the are more than 3000 dragouns. Tyrolese.

The rage of the Princes of the House of Tbe Archduke John, who, so short a time Lorraine against Viennı may be painted with since, in the excess of bis presumption, de- one stroke. The capital is led by lor y mills, graded himself by his letter to the Duke of raised on the left bank of the river. They Kagusa, evacuated Gratz the 27th, taking have removed and destroyes them. ' with him bardly 25,000 or 30,000 men, of

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Ebersdorf, June 1. Arrogance, insults, excitements lo revolc, all The bridges npon the Danube are cumhis actions, which bear the stamp of rays, pletely re-established: tự these have been tavs. turned up his shame. The people of added a Aying bride į and all the necesau?

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materials are preparing for another bridge of that the body of the Duke should be come hoats. Seven machines are employed to drive balmed and conveyed to France, there to rein the piles; but the Danube be ng in many ceive the honours that are due to his elevated places twenty-four and twenty-six feet in tank and eminent services. Thus died one depth, much time is spent in order to fix the of the most distinguished soldiers that France anchors, when the machines are displaced. ever produced. In the many battles in which However, our works are advancing. and will he was engaged, he had received thirteen be finished in a short time. The General of wounds The Emperor was deeply at cted Engincers, Luzowski, is employed on the by this loss, which will be felt by ali France. left bank upon a târe de pont of 1600 toises in

PROCLAMATION. exient, and which will be surrounded by a soldiers of the army of Italy,-You have trench full of running water. The 11th crew gloriously attained the end which I pointed of the flotilla of Boulogne is arrived. A great out to you -The Sovereign has bien wirness number of boats, cruizing in the river about it your junction with the grand army. the islands, protect the bridge and render great You are welcome! I am satisfied with service. The battalion of marine workomen you! labour in the construction of little armed Surprised by a perfidious enemy before your Vessels, which will serve completely lo com columns had joined, you were obliged to re. mand the river.

trograde to the Adige, but when you received Afier the defeat of the corps of General orders to march forward, you were in the Jellachich, M. Matthieu, Captain- Adjulant memorable field of Arcula, and there you of the Staff of the army of Italy, was sent swore by the manes of our heroes to triumph. with an orderly dragoon upon the road to You kept you word at the battle of the Piave, Saltzburgh, who having successively net with at the battles of St. Diniei, of 'Tarvis, of a column of 650 troops of the line, and a co. Gorice. You took by assault the forts of lumn of 2000 militia, both of whom were Malberghetto ad Predel and orced the dicut off, and had lost their way; they, on vision of the enemy, entrenched at trevauid being summoned to surrender, aid down their and Laybach, to capiculate. You had not arms

yet cass:d the Crave, and already 95,000 pri. General Lauriston is arrived at Oldenburgh, soners, 60 pieces of canon, a 10 10 standards the first country town of Hungary, with a had signalized your valour. Atrerwards the slrong advanced guard, There appears to Drave, the Save, the Muer, could not im. be soine ferment in Hungary, where men's pede your march. The Austr an column of niinds are divided, the greater part not seem. Jellachich, which first entered Muo:chi, ing favourable to Austria.-Generai Lasalle which gave the signal for the massacres in has his head quarters opposite to Bysbourg: the Tyroi, outrounded at St. Michel, feil and pushes his posts to Altenbourg and Rhaah. beneath your bayonets. You have crecuted -Three divisions of the arany of Italy are speedy' justice on these shattered remains arrived at Neust.dt. The viceroy has been which had escaped che rage of the grand army, for the last two days at the head-quarters of Soldiers ! this Austrian army of Italy, the Emperor. General Macdonald has en. which for a moment had pulluted my provintered Gratz. There have been found in this ces by ics presence, which pretended to break capital of Styria immense magazines of provin my iron crown, beaten, dispersed, annihilat sions and equipments. The Duke or Dantzic ed; thanks to you, shall be an example of is at Lintz: the Prince of Ponte Corvo is the truth of the motto, * Dio lo me siede, inarching u Vienna: General Vandimme, quai a chi la tveca.'-God has given it to me, with the Wirtemburghers, is arrived at Sc. woe to him who fouches it. Polten, Maurern, and Cremns.

Ebersdorf, May 27, 1809. NAPOLEON. Tranquillity reigns in the Tyrol. Vienna is tranguid: bread oni wine are in abundance,

GERMANY. bue meat begins to be scarce. Contrary to

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Head Quarters, e: Brietraia the enemy chuail in their power to starve their On the 19th and 20th, the Emperor Nas fellow.citizens and this city, although it polcon passed the greater arın of the Danube, contains their wives aud children. How dif. with the whole of his army, to which he had ferent is this from the conduct of our Henry drawn altebe reinforcements of his powerful IV. who supplied a city hen hostile to; and allies. He established his main body on the Desirged by him, with pioviz on!

Island Lobau, whence the second pa suge over The Duke of Montebello died yesterday, at the lesser arm, and his further oilens ve Oi five in the morningShortly before, the positions, were necessarily to be directed. Emperor passed an hour with him. His Ma. His Imperial Highness resolved to advance jesty sent for Dr. Franc, one of the most ce- with his army to meet the enemy, and not to Sebrated physicians in Europe. His wounds obstruct his passage, but to attack him an were in good condition, but a dangerous te. he had rouched the left bank, and thus ta ver had made in the course of a few hours defeat the object of his intended entreprise. the most facal progres. All the assistance This decermination excitedl, throughout the of all war.uscless. His Majesty has ordered whole army, the highest cothusiasın.. Anje

mated hy all the feelings of the purest pa- 6000 wounded, and removed them to our triotism, and of the must loyal attachment to hospitals. their sovereign, every man became a hero; When the French could no longer maintain and the smoaking ruins, the scenes of cerola. themselves in Aspern, the brave Hessianis rion, which mask the track of the enemy, in were obliged to make a last accempt, and were his piogr ss through Austria, had inflamed Sacrificed. them with a just desire of vengeance. With At the departure of the courier, the Emjoyful acclarativos, with the cry, a chousand peror Napoleon was in full retreat to the times repeated, oi " Live our good Emperor!” other side of the Danube, covering his reand with victory in their hearts, our Columns, treat by the possession of the large island of at n 100), on the list, proceeded onward, to Lobau. Our army is still engaged in close nieet the reciprocal altack of the advancing pursuit. enemy; ant, suon after three o'clock, the The more particular details of this meiobattle commences.

sable day shall be made known as soon as, The Enp. ror Napoleon, in person, directed they are collected. the inoverents of his troops. and endeavoured Among the prisoners are, the French Geto break througlo our centre with the whole neral Durosnel, genernl of oivision, and Foulet of his cavalry; that vast body of horse hic Reyer, first chaniberlain to the Empress; also had supported by 60,000 infantry, his guards, the Wurtemburgh General Rojer, who was and 100 pieces of artile:y. His wings rested made prisoner at Nusdorf, by the second on Aspra anu Eslingen places, to the battalion of the Vienna Landwehr. strengthening of which, the resources of na a

Fourth Supplemental Austrian Bulletio, ture and of art hud, as far as was possible. contributed.

The retreat of the army from Italy (an upHe was not able, however, to penetrate avoidable consequence of the military events the compact muss which our battalions pre- in Germany), was resolved on, while on the sented i and every where his cavaity shewed 8th of May the troops were vigorously com. their backs; while our cuirassiers undorsed bating on the Piave near St. Salvatore. The his armour-equipped cavaliers, and our light action was maintained on both sides with the horse carried death into his flanks.-- it was a greatest obscinacy from five in the morning gigantic cumbat, and is scarcely capable of to eight in the evening. description

The greuadier batalion of Simbischen's reThe battle with the infantry became im. giment, and Aivinci's regiment, attacked the mediately general More than 200 pieces of French cavalry twice in mass with the baycannon, exhibited. on the opposite sides, a onet, and threw them into disorder. A num. rivaloy in the work of destruction. Aspern ber of the enemy's horse were taken by the was ten times taken, lust, and again con. infantry, which is a very uncommon occur. quered. Esiingen, after repeated attacks, rence in war. The regiment of Otto, which could not be maintained. At eleven at night, was surrounded by the enemy's cavalry, cut the villages were in flames, and we remained its way through them, but not without the masters of the field of battle. The cocmy loss of a number of brave men. was driven up in a corner, wi h the island of The result of this severe and bloody day Lobau and the Danube in his rear Night was, that his Majesty's troops maintained put an end to the carnage.

their position; and on the following day ibe Meanwhile fire-boats, which were floated retreat, as bad beca resolved, was prosedown the Danube, destroyed the bridge, Cuted. which the enemy had thrown over the prin The loss on both sides was very considercipal branch of the river. The enemy, how able. Two French Generals are among the ever, conveyed over, during the night, by dead. According to the reports of the prisoncontinued embarkations, all the disposable ers, General Macdonald has received a wound troops which he had in Vienna, and on the in his foot. Uuper Dapube; made every possible ettist The Austrian armıy has also to lament the foribe re-construction of his great bridge; and loss of several excellent officers, who died attacked us, at four in the morning, with a the death of heroes. Among thesc were furious cantonade from the whole of his are Field Marshal Baron Wolfskeer, the captain tillery ; immediately after which, the action of cavalry, Wedersberg Von Holienlole, extended along the whole of the lire. Until and several others, whose names will be teven in the evening, every attack was re- communicated in a future detailed account. pelled. The perseverance of the enemy was Among the prisoners are General Reismer, then compelled to yield to the heroism of our of the artillery, Baron Huger, Col. Von troops, and the most complete victory crowned Eschelberg, Major Rutavia, Sc.-Lieut.. the efforts of an army, which, in the French Colonel Calve, of the artillery, the Prince Proclamation, was declared to be dispersed, of Hessen Hamburg, Alajor Simay, Count and represented as anothilated, by the mere Stahremberg, captain of cavalry, and Count idea of the invincibility of their adversaries. Trunn Von Erzberg, are among the wounded.

The loss of the enemy has been immense ; According to the latest accounts, the headbe held of batile is covered with dead bodies, quarters of his Royal Highness the Archduke arom arpong which we have already picked up jolin were on the 19th at Villach, and those of the Banus (Vice-Røy) of Creatta, Count depend the welfare and prosperity of this Von Giulay, at Labach. - The enemy's kingdom. Croaps had passed the Izonza. The retreat - Gentlemen of tbe Heuse of Commons, of Generel Stoichevien, from Dalmatia, is - ( We have it in command from bis Mi. also a consequence of the change which has jesty to thank you for the liberal provision taken place in the state of things. A which you have suade for the services or the dery en mass is organizing in Croatia, in or. present year, and to express the satisfaction der to protect the country from further dan, which his Majesty derives, from your having ger. The promptitude and zeal, with which been enabled to provide for those services, that people adopt and execute every extraor- without any great and immediate burthens dinary measure of defence, is worthy of re- upon his people, spect and imitation.

" His Majesty particularly commands us Nothing has occurred on the frontiers of to acknowledge your prompt attention to Hungary. The garrison of Presburg is how- his wishes, respecting an increased provision ever increased. Some French Hussars, had, for the poorer Clergy; an object in the highon the 18th of May, made inroads to the est degree interesting to his Majesty's feel. gaces o Ocdenburg, but they returned im- ings, and deserving the consideration of Patmediately, without attempting to enter the liament. . town. The insurrection troops of the pro « My Lords and Gentlemen, . ..'

vince of Raab have made some prisoners in " The atrocious and unparalleled act of viothe neighbourhond of Wiselburg.

lence and treachery, by which the Ruler of Fiftb Austrian Bulletin.-(Supplement.) France attempted tosurprise and to enslave the

"The 22d of May was a very severe day, Spanish Nation, while it has excited in Spain a but it bad a níost fortunate result for the arms determined and unconquerableresistanceagainst of bis Imperial Majesty. The French Grand the usurpation and tyranny of the French Army was conveyed over the Danube, in the Government, has, at the same time, awakened night of the 21st, by four bridges opposite to in other nations of Europe a determination to Aspera. The Emperor Napolcon conducted resist, by a new effort, the continued and inthe troops in person. At the head of the creasing encroachments on their safety and Austrian troops was the Archduke Charles. independence. ..

- The contest was continued through the "Although the uncertainty of all human whole day with the greatest obstinacy. At events, and the vicissitudes attendant upon the decisive inoment the Archduke alighted war, forbid too confident an expectation of a from his horse, seized a standard, and led satisfactory issue to the present struggle this grenadiers against the French cavalry, against the cominon enemy of Europe, his • which he routed. The first regiment of the Majesty commands us to congratulate you

jasurrection greatly distinguished itself in this upon the splendid and important success which • battle. The loss of the enemy is reckoned has recently crowned the arms of the Empe

at 20,000 in dead, and the Austrian army also for of Austria, under the able and distsustained considerable loss.

guished conduct of his Imperial Highness the « On the 23d, the French retreated by the Archduke Charles. * bridges which still remained, over the Da- .* To the efforts of Europe for its own to aube. Their rear guard only still remained ; * liverance, lis Majesty bas directed u to

but these also had manifested a disposition to sure you, that he is determined to conti • retreat when this intelligence came from his most strenuous assistance and tupp head-quarters."

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considering that every exertion for the reGREAT BRITAIN., ce tablishment of the independence and secul On Wednesday, 21st of June, the Par- of ocher nations, is no less conducive to the • Jianlent was prorogued, by special com- truc interests, than it is becoming the chance

mission, when the following speech waster and lionour of Great Britain. * delivered in his Maiesty's name. by the Then a comuussion for proroine Lord Chancellor :

the Parlianient was iend. After which * My Lerds and Gentlemen," see the Lord Chancellor said # «we are commanded by his Majesty to " My Lords and Gentlang,

acquaint you, that his Majesty has great si By virtue of his Majesty's caer tist'action in being cnabled, by the state of under the Great Sal, to us 100 bar the public business, to release you from your directed, and now read, we do, laborious attendance in Parliament. . dy's name, and in obedience to t

& His Majesty doubts not, that on your prorogue this Parliament to return into your respective counties, you 10th day of August next 2 will carry with you a disposition to inculcate, bolden; and this Parliament both by instruction and example, a spirit of prorogued to Thury the 1 urtachment to those established laws and shat gust next.72 happy Constitution, which it has ever been The Commons rebe bis Majesty's anxious wish to support and to and the Lorde Camino maintain, and upon which, nades Providence, from the Hows. :*

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