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- PUBLISHED (wreklt) XXULLtfAND-B'AUfy- TUESDAY, MARCH H, 1806;
.Continuation 01 foreign ixews..
Lexers front General Count de Palssl, ,
Gkkkral, , '
.. His royal highness the archduke Palatine,'
in his quality of supreme, civil and military
chief of Hungary, has charged the undersign
ed to declare, that his royal highness hat es
tablished along the, western frontier of this
kingdom, a . cordon of troops supported by
small detachments of cavalry, composed, of
invalids and recruits . with the sole view of
arresting the marauders of the Austriari ar
my, who may be found there. It cannot,
therefore, be supposed that he hus any hostile
views, these detachments having positive orders-'
to retire on jJie approach of the French
troops to the frontiers. . , ,
1 As these small detachments,' which should
llUb UC VUI19IUViu wi-v w.. O
parlies, are to fall back on the approach of
the French armr. his myal highness has gi
ven orders to the hospitals, to the houses
. of education, to the pensionary officers and
to the individuals employed in arranging
Wie accounts of the regiments and military
hospitals, to remain in their places, persuauea
that the General or the Commander of the
French troops-will not refuse to grant them
protection, and that he will give orders, that
the detachment ot the French crmy which
shall enter IluncrarV, shall not commit any
excess provided no kind of ioppoMt'ion Le
made' to them., and that in consequence of
this declaration, the undersigned will have
Wany important points, to discuss with the
GencralorCommandantoflhe French troops.
He requests him to grant a meeting on
parole in a boat in the middle of the Danube.
' He waits his answer, and has thu honor to
to be his very humble servant.
LEOPOLE, Count Palssi.
'Major-General Commander at Presburg.
Of Marshal Davoust to General Count de
i nave iaiu uciurc ms mujc . mc icuvi
which you addressed to the commandant of
my liht cavalry. His majesty has charged
me to muke known, through you, to his royal
highness the arch-duke Palatine, that he is
ready to respect the neutrality of the Hungft
' - I r u. i l: .. .
.frontiers of Hungary, if on the part of his
Royal Highness the Arch-duke Palatine t.t.d
the Hungarian people are willing to with
draw their troops, to muke no insurrection
to continue to supply Vienna with provisions
and in fine to conclude between them,-the
Arch-duke Palatine and hit Majesty the
Emperor of the French, a convention lend-
ing to maintain harmony between the two
countries. I am aut housed to permit any
officer to pass, whom his Royal Highness
the Arch- Hike Palatine may wish to send to my
sovereign lo trc.t on this basis. 1 shall feel
myself happy in thus having tn opoi'iunity
of ding a favor to your contrymcn, and
promoting the welfare of a people possessed of
so many estimable qualities as those of Hun
gary are. 1 have the honor to be,
Marshal of the Empire, and ne of the
Col. Generals of the Guards of his Ma
jest r the Emperor and King.
TWLN I Y-SIX l II BULLETIN OF THE
Znalmt Xuv. 1 8.
Prince Murtt beintf infnrmf-r! thai iK
ltutsun generals, immcdiattly afur the
signature f the contention, had set cut
uith a part of their arjny with a view of p;.
ing hy .nnim, and jhat every thing Imli.
cated that the rtmaindtr Intended to fv l .w
them iiiordcr to etcspejis, lie U t them knot
"that (he enr)cror"h'ad not r-t.ficd the con-
vention, and that he should In consequence
attuktlum. To that cfTcct prince .Murt
.made the necessary arrangement!, marchrd
arier the enemy and attacked them on the
I6ih at 4 o'clock, P. M. This htought on
the Utile of ZuntcrulrofT, in which that
furt which formed the rear gurd of the
!us'un army was put to flight, losing i:
p.eie f c-nnon, I0O baggage waggnr.s,
2000 pnsonrr- and 50t0 killed on ll.e field
cf battle. Marshal L&t.nei attacked the e
n my in fr-mt, and , while he turned thrm
en the left with the brigade of grenadiers tin
. der grnerit Dupos. n.arshsl Soult turned
them on the ru;ht itli the hrlnde ofgi.ti.
7.vteur cifth divUion t! L(irind,romk
SW J - I A k M M. m 1
J"'" ana lam ncritnta ti the
line. GnTilof division! Wthhcr, attack
t d the RnsMans Uh a brigade of dragw.nu
ind made &oo prisonrn, -
The br'a.ie of f rcnidiers uncr grncrsl
, Lapljnche Mnrlitie tliinguishtd Itntlf
tratlyhal net night rome On hing
. mould hse csraped. Thcf ftiunlit at the
rouil cfihebat. net fnp lg lime. The
attalions'ff Heu'un prtnHicrs showed
tft Intnp'diiy, C.cn. Oudinot h$ Un
moumled. Histwo aiU-de canp, Daman
fcol end Lamaite, wrre wounded by hit
aide. The wmind of jrtn. Cudirmt i
trttcnt Ms Irving f.i tatt .is dys. In
the mem time the trnperor( wislung to gite
the grenadiers a.proof of his esteerfl, has .
appointed general Duroc their, commander.
The .emperor removed his head quarters,
to Znairo, on the 17th at 3 o'clock, P. M.
The rear-guard of the Rusfians had been '
Obliged to lea ve the hospital of Znaim, where '
i.we have found considerable magazines o,it
flour , and oats. The , Russians retireil to
Brunn, and our advanced guard pursued '
them half way. But the emperor being in
formed that the emperor of Austria was at
'that place, wished to shew him a mark of
his regard, and halted on the eighteenth, i
Herewith is subjoined the capitulation of
the fort of Kuffstein, taken by the Bavarians. .
, Gen. Baraguay D'Hilliers made an incur--jfeion
as far as Pilseii in Bohemiavand obliged,'
the enemy to evacuate their posts. ' He has
taken several magazines and fulfilled the
; object of his mission.' The dismounted dra-
goons have crosed with rapidity the nioun
tains covered with ice and fir trees, which
separate Bohemia from Bavaria. '
No Idea can be formed of the terror with
. which thf Russians' have inspiredthe Mo- .
, rayiana. In making their retreat, they burnt
thi most beautiful ' villages, and knocked in
the htad many of the peasantry. . .When the
inhabitants saw them depart, they exclaimed
'with great joy, our enemies are gone. They
speak of them only as Barbarians who every
where spread desolation. This is not appli
ed to the officers, who ore in general Very
diifiirent from 4 he soldiery. Mmiy of them
are men of distinguished merit, but the army
evinces a savage instinct which we never
have observed in our European armies. ,
' When we ask the inhabitants; of Aus.tr'i3,i
v Moravia and Bohemia jf they love their em
peror ; we love him they reply, but how' do
you expect we can love him any longer; He
has brought in the Russians.
It had been reported at Vienna, that the
.Russians had beaten the French army; and
were advancing to that city. ' A woman cri-t
ed out in the street, " the French are beaten ;
the Russians are coining." The consterra
tion was neneral .fear and dread prevailed
throughout Vienna. Such is the result of
the fatal counsels of CobenUe.l, of Colkredo
and Lamberti. These men are aho detested
by thction, and the emperor of An r'u
will never recover the confidence and love
of his subjects, but by sacrificing therh' to.
puMic 'indignation, ami Yoohcr orliter hu'
will have lo do o.
TWENry-SKVEXTU BULLETIN OF
THE GlUNl) ARMY.
Porliiz. Nov. 19, 1805.
. Sinct the battle of Zuntervh-fr, the ene
my has continued to retreat with the utmost
i; capitation., Cieneral Scbastiani, with his
iriad of dragoons pursued them sword in
hand. The vnl n!ains of Moraii have fa
vored his pursuit. The 16th, on the hciht
ori'orlitx, he tut off the retreat rf several
corps dm ing the day, uid made 200 Rus.i
' Prince Murtt entered flrupn, the capital
-of Moravia, at 3 o'riock P. M. still in pur
suit of the enemy, who evacuated the city
and the citadrl; the la'ter is a fine structure,
and capable r.f sustaining a form! siege.
The emperor has removed hit head.f;'iaiUr
to Pot lit x
Marshnl Soult, with his corps of the army
is at Kicimtschitz. Marlul Laniict is be
fore Porlilz. ,
The Moravians entertfin even a grtatcr
hatred againt the Russians and stronger
1'ienuship lor us than the Austrians. 'I I e
country is beautiful and much more fertile
than Autri. The Moravians wire aston
iOted on beholding in their imrnrine plain
the inhabitants of the Ukrane, of Kamsthiu
ka, tndf Great Tarrary, the Normans, the
Gascons, the Breton, tec. come among them
la cut S4,hoihm thmatewithourthrircoun
y having any thing in commi n with them,
or any immediate political connexion and
they have good tcne enough to declare
bluntly, tlut human blood is a conunmlity of
tr!ir.e in the hands cf the English. A wcrl
thy Moravian saidlatfl to a French rflicer,
in speaking of ti c emperor Jowph II. tht
he was the friend of the peasantry, and that
if he were ahve, he nouM.have freed them
from those feudal taxes which they now ny
lo the religious convents.
We have frund at Brum, , m pieces of
cannon, 300,000 lbs. of powder, crest quan-
vi wnesi ana i.gur, ana tonsnicrublc ma
gai.fitsoftlosshintr. The emperor of Germany hts retired to
Olmutx. Our posts arc niibin ot.e "march
of that place.
., E'wnt.tt 1803. .
The emperor rntered Brunn the 2oth, t
10 oihxk, A. M., A deputation from the
tntrs of Moravia, at the head of wMcKwat
the bishop, came to mtet him. The emjw.
ror iil'ed the fortifUationa. end pae or.
dcrs that the citadtl hull I hi futtified, in
which were found tipaidsef torn) uusVtM,
rcst quintities of ammtinition of war f all
kinds among others, 400.000 b pow.
der. The Hitssiins hsd united all their ca
talrf, which compoped a corps of tmut
foao rnrn, and wcredipoed to defend their
pwsitioa at the junct'.caof the totiU Wtrtt
Brunn and Olmutz. General ,Waither ob
liged them by difiCtrent onsets to quit the
ground. General Mui at disptitched to his
' assistance D'Haultpoult's division of 'Srtiras
siert, and "4 squadrons of the imperial guards,
( Though our horses were much fatigued, the
enemy.,, were attacked and put to flight.-
' MM I1V - .1; AAA I. , . ' .1 . .
x ncy icu mure inun ouv i-uuscii iirugooin un
the field of battle, and, 100 horses fell into,
Marshal Bessieres, commanding the im
perial guards, at the head of four squadrons
of the guards, made a brilliant attack which
v threw them into confusion and put them, to
route. Nothing, could . form a greater con
trast than the silence of the guards .,of cui-
. rassieurs and the uproar of the Russians.
'This body of Russian idav airy is well,
mounted and well equipped, and has shewn
great bravery and resolution ; but. they did
not appear to be well acquainted with the use
of their sabres ; and in that point our 'cavalry-
had a great advantage, We had some men
killed and 60 wounded, amonfcst vhotn ere
colonel Duroshel, of the 16th chasseurs, and
I 'colonel Bourdon, of the 11th dragoons.'
h The enemy lias fallen back several leagues.
TVV liNTY-NlNTH UULL.UTIM.OI THE
" . GRAND ARMY.
' . Jirttnn, Nov. 28, 1805.
Marshal Ney has occupied' Brlxcn, after
having taken many prisoners fiy.rt the ene
my; He found In the hospirar'agr'e'at num
ber nf sick and wounded Austri&ti'sl On the
'17ih Nov. he made himself master of Clau-.
zen k Botzen.
Gen. Jall.ichich, who defended the Voral-
befg, has been cut eff. Marshal Bernudnite
occupies Iulau. . His troops have e nt tied Bo-
henna. . ' ' '
Gen. Wreden, commanding the Bavarians,
has, taken a 'company ol'lkustrjari artillery,
100 horses, 50 cuir nMers und several of.
fLier. He made himself master of a ionsi-
durable; magatine of "flats anil ther grair.,'.
arid of many -carriages laden uitli the bag '
gage of several regiments and Austrian of-"
liccs. ' , " - . .
The adjutant-commander Maison, has
made 500 dragoons of La Tour and cai
raSseurs of Hohenlohe, prisoners, on his way
from Iglau to Brunn. He attacked another '
detachment of 200 men le made 50 prisoners.
'' lrvTormstiAn has reached us from Olhiutz.
The court has evacuated that place and re-'
t'ned to Poland. The weather begins to be
rivjorous. The French army has taken up
its quarters. .Its van is supported by Brunu,
which is a strong place and which they are
now busy in pulling into the best state of de-fL-nrr.
SEVENTH BULLETIN OF THE All
MY OF ITALY
The army maintains the position which
it had taken on the left bank of the Isonzo.
The advanced guard, under the orders of
Gen.Fpiigne,eitaUishedilsilf on the Vipac
co, repulsed the enemy as far as Gauz, and
in several attacks, which were pei formed
with vigor, made 1 00 prisoners. The whole
of their cavalrv hu retired by the Rreat
road. A considerable bfdy of tl eir infan
try took the rod by the valley cl Idria, to
gain that of Obci!cybach. Five companies
of vol'.igeu-s ore puruing the " enemy in
that d.rci tion whilt our advanced posts hare
lenched the iutrenchtnentk of Prtvale, otid
have taken a direction towards Le) bach.
The gin. in chief has sent the divUinn,
Seras to Trieste. The Austrians evacuated
the place at our approach, leaving SoO of
their wounded. A corps of troops pursued
them on the way to Leybacb rnd took 50
prisoner.. Two leximecits of dragtons,
supported by infantry, have proceeded en
our left as far as Chiuss t'c Pietz, which was
pardedby the 2 re giments cf inr.intry
Straoldo and Delijnie and some cavalry.
All the posts were abandoned the day after
the srrital of our troops, lie gen. of bri
gade Icour, v ho commands them, has re
ceived orders lo penetrate as far as Vilhch
and" to endeavor lo open a cnniwunica'.ion
with the grand army, whose movements
have without doubt, determined the retreat
cf the enemy, who were afraid of being sun
rounded. A detachment has also brtn sent
t'i Pontcba Ventts. where ti e enemy stre
pretty strong, but did not dare to aw sit our
arris al. In these various movtmcr.ts we
have taken tiratly 400 prisoners The ger..
in chief has left Hear Padut, the corps of
truop from Naples-to wl irh he has ad.
ded a division of the army, tie Corsican le
gion ami Ihe 3d luILn rej;imtnt.
Lieut, gen. Geuvain hi. Cyr, who com
mands these uniud forte, Ik. Ids ( hio7i ar.d
Rrridci's and keeps himeif prrpartd to
111 on Ihe BritUh and Russians if thrydtre
a'tempt the tMntk'in with which ther
.thrrati nthe casl rf Italy. i
Lttthi, graftal tf ti. urn, t fiintctl
if net tht minttiit trcr.
IIt.Qia'ttts, LscKAto, Nov. TJS.
1 hasten to inform )ttir ticellmry, ihtt
arorpst-f ihe cnroy,ttnt", c.nnrMPi'rd
If pt'nre Hohen, shewed itself near Paz
no l he gen. In chiefs oil for Sirs wiih
tl-e reserte, composed of Polish corps cem
manded hy ctnrral Peyri, reylmtnt nf
FrttHh cavslry, ind a rrjirotn. of FrtDth
infantry, a battalion commanded by general
Rigriier, and 4 pieces of artillery under the
commar.dof. the chief of battalion, MilJo, and
escorted by the 5th rtgiment. of Italian in- '
fantry. Gen. Regnier having departed from ,
"his cantonments, went to Piombino, where,
by this means, he' cut off the load to Mestie,
from the Austrians who were endeavoring
to sjet into Venice. At day brei yesterday,
the 24th, he' was attacked, and in spite of a
vigorous resistance, was three times coroptU
led to full back. : ; 1
The corps of Polish infantry which was ;
at Cait)poPietro yi,ti the' general in chief,"
set outbeforo day for Catle Franffo, v'ith thn
generatih chjfcf in person ; who, when about
half , way perceived the division of Resnier"
to be vlireating, ,6,rdere,d col. Giibinski to
attack the enemy' in flarik. The attack wn
iinmediately made with tbej. greatest vigor,
and the eneifiy was obliged to retire to Castle-
Franco, v ith thj; loss of 1 50 prisoners,
(among whom were a col. and a major) and .
3 pieces of cannon. ' .
Gen'. Regnier taking advantage of this '
I manoeuvre of the general in thief, attarked
them again in person, and made 2000 pri
soners. The rest of the enemy's column re '
treated to Villa Frar.ca, where 30CO Aus
trians, who were hemmed in' by- the regi
ment of Polish' infantry, laid down their
arms to col. Grabinski arid a corps of 7CO
t uirassieurs surrendered to licutenan' olotiel
lOOO' prisoners, 700 horses, 12 pieces of
cannon, 6 colors and "one standarcl,'nre the,
result of this day. Among the prisoners is
prince-Rohan, , gen. commandant, 3 ci h. 6
majors, and 3 lieuls. The dead amount to'
about 60D, among whom nre 2 colonels 4 lieu
tenant colonels and 4 niajors. The wounded
Donah, Nov. t9v
'' The court of Vienna has tuktti up itsic -pidenee
at Cracow, "in Poland. '
EIGHTH BVLLET1 N OP THE ARMY
' OF ITALY. .
Corsu, A't'. 23.
The General in Chief has'senf the div'itt
Seras to Trieste .The Austrians v8ru: tit
the jvja.ee at our ppprosch, leajing 'no of.
their wounded. , A. corps of tiorf s pursued
them cn the way to Lcybach, end took 50
The Gencmlih Chief has teft.neflr P?dna,
the corps of troops from Naples to whi 'i
he has added a division of the atn'y. theCor
sic an legion, and the 2d It dian rtgimcnt.
Lieut. General Gouvain St. t'yr, vho
commands these united forces, lirir.nCl.ir7z
end Brondolo, tnd keeps himstll pt-f pitted
to fall on the T.ritiKh and Russians, if tl ty
dre uttemptthe debaikation with nhiJt, tl.ey
thrralcn the coast of Italv.
NINTH BULLETIN OF THE AT.MYOF
, Corisia, ."r. ?f.
Tho General in Chief beinp hiforn.cd hjr
difTcrenthdvir.es, and particularly I y a letter
from General Vial, Anibdnsitdor Irom his
Imperial and Royal Majesty at Berne, thut a
corps cf ll.e Ausirian oimy, svhiih wh cut
i (Thy the maneevers of tl:? grand crmy, was
6bout to descend ihe n.out tains of tl e
Tyrol, le exuctul that this rclumn woull
mdeavoureiikei to cross the line .f the am y
in order to reach the dtf.les f 'eiiice, anci
vt.'. e with the tro ps which occupy tint
place, orpassing by l'cltry nnd Lelluno, i&
join the wreck of Piit ce ("luilts'h nimy tt
Le)bch. In the first hypothctis, the pot.
tiou ofhe right t ing whit h lel-tdlel't lonb
serye Venice, under the cm mard t-f Gene
ral St. Cyr, satisfied him thai the enemy
would not Mtrinpt that rente wiih imparity
In the second hypothesrs having ordtnd the
two ronttbos and C'lilusudc Plitz to Lc rccu- .
"pied ty several rep'inients of tr vi-Uy and in
lrlry, under the cf'tiiinands i f Ciet euh nf
Briftndr l.srrvr and Ltnl.xtitin, sshichrter
rotd the enemy shovld take, the position tl tho
rm unlhe lioi'r.o was uch as t j ensile it
to detach a sulf cicnt force lo cut lum of.
In the mean time the adsmi ed iurd f m ti-
- . a. a .a a
nucQ t marcn in ijuscu. j nr f ! n n
cotithting of about seven thousand f.-ot mI
I2X) horve, commanded by Prince Itohcn,
advanced rn the 334 to sltnrk lUinru.. It
easily captured the weak detachment cf I so
men which formed its garrison, tnd directed
Sit march lo Castle Franco.
As soon as Lieut. General ft. Cyr wis in.
formed r.1 this circumstance, judging thet li e
object of the enemy wat lo rross our line,
the force whereof he must undoubtedly ae
been ignoi ant, 1. 1 made arrargtmcnts to jrite
its warm rrcrptmn. Tie fier.eral in tl if f,
wholudant'cipa'ed esery lhiig, fill peifcty
easy; but in order to lease nothinf lo lie
h?urd of event, he ordered the division if
the Rrtntdiers, comrrrrdrd by Gen. Pit
tonneux. the two brigadtof diti Un Dul is
tn ufid Serss, ihe division of cuirass!,-era,
and rrt I'is.sin r.f dr-oon, to roth ihe
Piavelf forred tnsrtl es. 1h crenadiirs
werr to descend ihe l'iav- ,y H p,ro dt
Matitcllo o t rn tie psiirn V f ftniro.-.
Ihe div'(in tianUnne tnarhii at thf aarre
time to Vmsonne. was tfrcinfoue the dr.
lachmer.t sent to 1 two Ponttbaa, ls rot eff
every aicr.uj of rcurtt fitio the eken.) to