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'.? -.:;- SITIMTf-THIRO BULLETIN. ;-; ''"; '
ft't$t'Piririi!Amta4dc-has had hi W
'fiie'nc of leave?.". His was the beareV of very
'handsome presents to the emperor on the part
' af his master, and has received In return the .
portrait of the emperor enriched -with dia-
' wonds. - He proceed for Persia direct r.hfl
f 'isi considerable 'personage .iri his owii -coun- 'f
try, and a man " of spirit and ;sagacity tfhis J
' Teturtt hom was "peciasirjf ttha '".been "..
aettledt that there shall b heritefdrwstfd a .
f ' numerous leacatibn rof "Persians! at Wn j jiod ;
6f Frenchmen at Teheran."- , r.
"rThmptror hasTeturned to Elbiri(,' "'and'.
' as reviewed from 1fc to "20,000 eara1vy,'can4
Viied .within the neighborhood of that citjf,
j't ln4 tn tli Iafr Nnnsf.' ft 'mnthtr iil.l
' much resemble HollandA The'" grand duke
EJ3erg commanded at this ' manoeuvre. : At
V iio period has ihe emperor Veen 'the tkvalry -
4ii better condition or better dipbsed.-.v '
! The journal: of the siege of Dantztd will
'"'' hew that they fcavetnken shelter, within the
. .. jA..i1 w.v fh.l h f!rM.-ftt tliaft'feti ska
i't x(ingaiihcil indwitlgive dctailiof the fine'
vaiion which ' wa directed by General:
Mat mre vaitA Kt . Aiiha. Ink JhiF
II':,.. , u -. ' !( . .
v ualion Arad 'of , jibe 2d light Infantrjr,
p.fW o v. , v-f j'Thi nn'e ration Ka niit in ?
an island which waliefehded by
1 innriiin.. vis,; ana nve reaouou moumeu
1 W Wd Whicm tecoine impor.'
SneTVitht hatiflg r'" I - 5,e.n "IF11)";'
I . . '.n,i s'ld erif prisoners. .-
-r'This expedition, w.nwn-, -t
knight between the 6tb ?ih, was under-;
i tatea principally by ., he !'Wff whf,
SW covered themselves with 5'oryv.
t-l. !. ., mild.ihe TOads are.ex-
'berb-ge hat begun lq cqvfrtbe ;ce or the
: fiountrVi but U wjUbe aolb lontfer before
,the cavalry are aoje, o, J-r 7
-rThtf; emperor. fcae.esiauuanea.pfc.iM,
fi .Viirgb, under, abe order of Marshal, IJrune
a corps of -obwrMtion wbicb ,.U1 .be ton. '
-,. eosed C;iearU isq.ooo wea W -f
I "them frenjcU, and the remainder Dutch and
T.f.jCQbfc4rteof,in Rbitc . the Duichtrpops
v'Amounc to i,000. ,-T, r & ;
' -i, . The French-ditkiion Moiuor nd Bouder, '
" Vhlch n4kel also a:prt ef the observatba,
will artltdlt-Maldeburgh onlh J5th of.
'May. JA'e are therefore prepared tore-ceie
the Englisltttpediiion at whatever point tt.
ar'pre0JwelV'll isirueihey jnay .d.
1 ' "' bark i it is not equally so that they jeiU be a
Mo to rc,-embar. ,
.X ,, ' -.V - - if.'.': "'..','.' ... ' - ' ' :' t? ' '
of raarhal Iefubvre. ille arrivcd ln one
Iday-and at the Jtttzse thej enemy' armwaa..
.earkingUn tne.J3tb n4 jwth, )fi$ enc :
my man preparations iot, auacaj .n wai
paratcu lrom the citj oy a space ot at .eas; a
leagus, whicW was. occupied French
troop. -' 1 ! ' ' : ' ( - ':K : ?
On ihelSih he came out of the fort in
three columns ; hi project was to penetrate
nythe rigm ot tne vmuiar. i ne general m
brigade", Schramm, who was at'lhe advanced
posts with the lid regiment of , light infantry,
tend a battalion of Saxons and Poles, received
the itit fire of thV'themyi and confined him i
wnm gun-inoi ot me cannon ot yveiscuct- i
i ixarsnai uctcovrc repairea in inconugc
situated below the Vistuiaj and passed ver
the Jltb light Infantry ;nd the Saxons, to
vppott -Gen Schramm, v Geri. . Cardanne
charged witti the defence of.the figljtjof the"
Vistula, also supported him with, the rest of
his force J the enemy found himself uperior,
and the- combat was sustained with equal ob-
stinstcyV 'J' -: i i ' r f
Marshal Lannes, with the reserve of .On
dlriot. was c-laced on ihe left of the Vistula.
ny irnicn ii anpearca un; cxcmug uciuic, ma
i uc enemy inienoca to come oui . uui sccuig
the movements of the enemy attacked, mar
shal Lanntet passed the Vistula with four b4U
talions ' of the tescrve' of Oudinot. . The
wholeof the:lih&' and the reserve: of the
efiemf stere put to rout, and pursued to the
palisides and at 9 o'clock ii 'mornings
the- enemy was blockaded in the fort ot Wets-
chelmunde.' The field, of battle, was covered
.-J..-L Ki i -'.I '"'.. ;-!; '' ' .' r
t -Our lose amounts to tl killed and .200
wounded that Ipf, the enemy is 980 1163,'
1 500 woXinded, and V20 piisoner.-; In the
evening, w'c saw a great number of wounded
which they embarked on board the "vessels,
Whichsnceessbrely rnada sail, to return to
Konigsburgh. -During this action the place
made no, sortie,, but contented itself with
supporting mc vusatan uy i vnu wuu'
sure - . i ... .in" ' ';' ' . '
f Front Abe. height qf this ruined and half
de'molVahed rkmpartsi theenemrwa a wit
ness bf (he:whole affair t hewa in a const er-
' . 1. - L. I I ;f .....
nation o ice tne noiica ue nu vi --v.un
vanish.' ten.' QudinoJ kiHod,' with hieowtv
w4 lnree .Bjsa" Srl t ibaetas-
rtaiofwere wounded -the J?tb and 3d reel
' r j :i g .i
merit Ol I'gnt miautryoiiinguiane niciu.
lii oetatisp) iniiBomuiv unuuui jnmi
d at head-oukrter. . ' . ' '' '" .' ' ' '
The journal W the aiege ot uanme win
inform, that the works are pursued with great
grettecL The Bavarians tost 20 men and had
v The Jeaves begin to appear," the season is
like ihemontt.? April in Frances ?,-tl .
.TbOwhole of the army ji ehcampcS by;
divisions and sqQara baUalioris lit heatthy po-,
. ,iitiobsiUv -Sr- -V i'C '?Wy-y''-M'i
- These event bf advam-ed posts have oc-,
easioned no movement in the rmy. 'V AH ;ie
tranquil at hea'd-quartert.'iThis general at
lack ojT pur advanced posts on the' 13th,' ap
. pears, to have been . intended to 'employ the
!, French, army o as! to prevent the reinforc
ing the.: army whlcn Desiege"uanuic.-
This hope of uceourinpf Dantiic by 'a'inili-
tary epidnipn, 'will appear-very exwaordU.
narr to every well informed military man,
ho knows the ground ana tne position wnip-
the French army occupies -. -ar .at
I EVTiNT Y-FI FTH BULLETIN
e!uV.t ti-'irFiiiluwiTMii'.' Maylti'lWT..!;
The following are tiew details of the event
of the 15th inst. Mafihal Lteovre maices
narticular mention of ' Ceh.' "Schramm, to
h6m he attributes in a ; treat measure' the,
auccess of the engagement at .Weichsel-,
munde. . On the 15th, Gen-' Schramm ws
in battle from 2. e'clock ta. the mbming, co-
vend iJlwo redoubts. vhichwere xon-
. atructed oobosite . to the fortTof WelchseL.
-munde. He , had the. rote oq ni .im..u)e
'of tieht infantry on hi right; and the rt gi-
smentof Pari in reserve. Tb' ussikn lieiK
;tenant-general- Kamenny citne, cut ot me
forjt at day break, ana arter twe hour hght
ing, the arrival f the twelfth reglmctit of
light infantryt wli.chmarsbal I eftbyre dis-.
patche4 from the left bank nd of Saxon
battalion, decided the affair. -(Otth brigade
of Oudinot, a single battalion could be emi
ployed. , Our los was very inconsiderable t
a Polish 'colonel, 1NJ. Pans, was killed. I be
loss of the enemy was greater, than u was
first conceived i more than 900 dead Russians
.have been interred ; and the whole loss ot
' the enemy tannet be estimated at less than
. .r,n'..''- ..''? t.vt'- v: U'.v.n
' SEVKNT V-Ffi URTltOFFICI KV'tVt
4" LiiTINT OF THE GRAND AKMT ' !
.. ', r FtsrczviTetir. Msf .16. 1807 ,
,- t- P.lnee Jeroras jiBjniriuiwsi-
' k a advanced votk or, Neiss, which jw ere along
. ...-. i.iur. cramned. the .operlo ot-the
I eiBf orUr.d (. etiH Vm Darnro. to (take
' l'them ;Thi..er. ifie. Aead.or the;
" Yurtemlurg troop, .carried, these works in
. W night .he AQih, and 1st pi .May ne pur
. 1... . i.i ' ! l ion J,i.t.A.r " anrt IfMik O '
KlDietesof.eanno1.,' ' '" ,. ' .
, rz" ' i:he captain bl engineer uepomnor nu
t, Jbe Bfstair ollicer ot tne orainancc 01
' the" Tlmperor, rearcneti at me. ne.o yi M' ,
Aolbnns, and fjkve t)roef'of great bravery.'
.. ii.-. iiieatanimsvllolorf,- Bower t'abd .
r,lUprticuUrly disUftguiahkd themselves,
'si An.lbe3d ly. lieUteDantrafteralUtnar;--
T Lbtv'ik' tptnmand otbo Wurtemberg ,diVH"
Siice, the arrinlof Xmpfror Alexin-
,11 1 '
1 -l-..ttn army, K ppcrwi,
? " a bl iwVt ki been hefd at ,Brtentein, at
' Weh tbf .linjc or Prutsll ana tne yrana
ri " 1 rnHtr&niini int.cu a, '- "",is'
r J5fc -.u-nr.ii. run was the Oblectol the dt
Wdthst Uantnc couia ot oe tcu,-
"1 'ft. v -t. ..i'Ia ,,frlnth-
fc rift, r, . -.vil' the ClfSl lit attXCKins "tna-
..let jo C V,Hf by -pas'"!? th Passant, and
f'- French, ar4ngtWelrarK.e ef geetralbat.
W,Whibt ra.Tr, .r,wtnUif U wieaudcesstd.
" " T - , f.t
-in H, the a8 r"l,i Frencb-irmy 'Wencovef
i't- would" oblige .by jraccourirtg the place
. .'. i.'Diotticthe otC. -reiioo erPe,1' hf f
'bt sea- ' .rirrW. wnhepo-
' . . 1 rr-
- .i.... i!iniiami .
tuer sn""-- . . .ii f r- -
- r IneDsntaic by e ; -'-
'"" r .'.K'.rClh
i, conwq enf v:;:r. ;h,L2 with two h.
at TVI . M
-' . V Willi V f-."-
... si" . - .ini 11 ret
S "ZlTJ hfvii. Wh. Port
mci " . ti,. v 11
..oons'at the rnoutn o. i. - r the
fart WelJft4' vJLV- Vait in. order
"- - . 1 ....... WH
tCtivitr t thf t thelEoyered way is crowned I
1 and that they ai j busy in jireparationa lot the '
'oaMace of tne ditch. . ,' '. ; -. " :. ' '
As soon as the enemy litewthat its mart
trme'exp5d'uion was arrived before' Danitic,
bis light troops Jnqulcted the Whole une irom
tha tiositiod occjpicd by Marshil Soulti
long the Passarge, ana oeiore tne uivision 01
Gee juorand oa the. Mie i ney were re
ceived at the Point of the boyonet.by the
Vdltigeufa they lost a great number of men; J
na. reurea jaster man tpty came ouu
' The Russians also presented tbemsetes at
Matga before; General Zayonchtdt, com
mand'nsAh Polish corps of obstia ion and
taried ofTa Polish post."; Oeneral Fucker
marthe,d; on tbemj overthrew them, killed
ta men. a colonel and two captains. They
fio nresented themselves before the Sthcorps
-. r . . . x . - r 1
and intajteg In aovancea pu. 01, vnm
Garin, at VvTllem'jt'gJ this General pursued
thent tor sever itogucwv nnj
nioi'tf seriously the tete du poiiit oi orooien
nd Veanxewo. "The, General .of. Brigade,
Girard. tnircbea to mem wun tpe boih nu
oveHhrew thent tn,the NareWV.THe Gene
rator Division, ueaet, emveo, puruo mo
Russian with the bayonet at their bckl
overthrew them af Ostrolenka, kiiiea eo men
! took'-M' lorse. XTh Cfcaln of the
f,4th, jUarln,Whocommftded tha main guard,
surrotinded 6n all sides by the Cossacks, cot
n lb first' etttrntenance and merit tobe ei
titajtihhedi c MarshafMuserta,' who 1d
mounted, hi Korse, with a brigade of Bva
Tlshsr hd -teason 1 b .atisfcl: with thl
.i and roodeounitmmee oi siitopi.
The same day. the 13th, the enemy attack
. .r.,-rirHtnorroisat the Ihouth of the
. ...:t...hlw rlrrrnnthr-
ift,h. aitti a Uavariao brieade,. and a Polish
regiment t had constructed in tkree day the
work! a ct Ott pont. na "ti w
Wkko-o, wih t intention of .burniag the
latis ( fodtmux ) which the enemy had work.
td at for l weeas- ,tua exptunui u.t-
ed ptrfaetly, evaty Uirg.wss oumv nq in
ne mo-aet this ridkuloa work of six weeks
anmkllated. ,.. !... . '
Th 3jI at o'clock m the rooming, MM,
RusaUns anived rrow Nor, attacaea penerai
imrr6ia-lA hi intrenched cmp, .Tbey
were received with musketry ma grare snot,
iOQ Rjiswan remv" newel osuier
and when Gtnersl I-esnorroi saw that the
.Vn.lilcb had rrivd at th ede of the
' ' k . . . A . . .1. ' mm A
ditfh, w repuiseq, fl me a -wvrc, .
pursued bn.w'rb th bayonet a hi back
The Colonyl pi the ik cf Ike Dsy vt lines'"
ItSTO soUicr, wis killed i be is fttxraJI re-
a juu men, .,'.,-.. . ,,: r-'.-v
'?Kt prtsetit he make, ho movement, but
;appere very csuiious mu nj dcihuu iuc
enctesure bf hi fortification.1 H '' :''.b,s
tt, Tle liunsberof bAtteaae. Uden wltb wound
ad. that have been sent off, is farty; .K I
. t Ilia Maiesty has, decreed special rewards
to those ho .have dUtinquishcd themselves,
and whose signal service oiarshaj i-cUeDtre
. w.trtit mif. 'J . ( ' 7 " v
tv On the l4thVa division4 of 'sorJO Prussian
knd RiMsiana. but chicflv' Prussian.' left
Kbnigbrg, landed at Pillau', marched along
tne Boroer oi ienrtinK, im uuu ,
JUhlbeT,'bf're'bu jldanted' posts bf the ,
.grand guard ef fight cavalry ,-who reached
ttrsVpPRsrder. TIa enemy advanced a
far as, the. evremtty ef Friich-bafT. ; It wa
expected that.they would; be een proceedltig
from thence to Pantaicj A bridgCiibtown
, across the,Vihtul at Furstcowerder, faclliU
' ted the passage of the Infantrythat was can-,
toned In the lshnd of Nogat, to defile upon
;th.e rear of the enfcmy. ' But the Prussians
'ware aware1 of this, and1 would not Venture.
The Emperor ;v order to Gen. Beaumont,
aid-de-cartii to the Grahd Duke ef ; Berg, to
. attack them .Po the lth,at 2 o'clock In th
mornlngi this genenil set, out .with the brs-j
gadier-generaj Albert, ft th head of two
battalions of grenadier of the reserve corps,
the third and eleventh regiments of chs-
. eors. and a brigade of dragoons. He met:
tb enemy betweeh Palsenwerder and Siege
a lsttla before day-break, attacked and defeat
ed him. pursued him sword in bantl forele-
tea mile took 1 loa prisoner, killed a great
many and canied eff four pieces of tannonv
General Albert has behaved with perfect gal
lantry t the Majors, Cheminau and Salmon,
distinguished tnemseive. 1 netnira ana ie-
mh reghnents ef chasseurs, hare displayed
'this utmost lntrpilHf Tw brigs of the"
enemy whlelrnavigated en the llsfr.eame to
tnnoy tt, but a grape-shot,' whicb fell on one i
'of tkern, msd them shear off. '
: The enemy bak also, since the 13th, ex
pericntsd cohsiderahle losxe on several 0
thtf points. On th' 17iW th "Emperor"
m" tba lusiirer ot tneguara manwuyre,
who are encamped heir the Cssile of Finck
tnsteiar ia barracks, equal in beauty ta those
It Boulogne.'v Oo the I lib nd t9th, th
whole guard likewise took oji th'ei camps in1
th sne place. 'I 5 ; ' " " ' i,
la Bilesla Prince Jrom isentsropea witn
bis eorps of observation. 't Franckenstein
.trtif thiek'of Nell. The Prince
bavlngteartiedoethe Hib, thati colomnef
looo mea ea icu vit, o lurpit iiiui
t.mdc Centisl Leftbvre set ofT w'uh ike
first regiment of t!-e Bavarian Tine, (in ex
tttlent regiment) one bnndred cavalry and a
attachment of 300 f axon. - uen. Micovre;
4me tip with the rtr ot tne enemy oa tne.
-jt-Mw-beeB the result of
some misunderstanding, for tie Bixon tr6op
have alway behavedbrkvely.'iirice they were
united with the French troop; X ' ; -vThi
unexpected, defection placed the'first
regiment of the-Bavarian' line-in a critical .
situation, and occasioned Uelr'IosA 'dfMs
men, who Were made prisoners J the test re- ,
treated fighting; and In good order find the
enemy ;re-took the -village of Cauth, Af ele
ven In the forenoon general Dumuv, who had
ileft Breslaa at the bead of 100iFrehch?dra
gbons; thassetarsand fooi, busaars, whb'hadl
been sent to Silesia tobe mounted, and a'part. f
of whom bad already gojUheir borsfcs, attack-' -ed
the ;rear'of ihe enemy jv Ho of theifo't
1 hussar took the village 'of Ctirth with be7
oayontt, iinaae too prwoners, khd re-took all
i he Bayarians that had been-'made n.'ifA.i
beforeiu-.The enemy", to return with grea'c r
we to oiatz, went o tn two keparate co
lamas. -'tier. Lefebvte,' whd "had Qoittett
ScheveuJoritx on' the,U5th fell tmort dre rr i
tljeir Columns, killed lt)0 men, fand made 40O
prisoner, among whom are 30 fcfiicers.
regiment ef Polish' SptirmenV' of fbotn '
Printe Jerome had sent a fietachtnen td ge
neral Lefebvre.'liavfng arrived in-the morn'1"
ing, greatly dutinguished themselves" ?! -
1 he second Colutrih'of the eflemV 6n'hk.-
-rracb-Glat-byitbe jfrkyof ISilheibtra i
out. iieiiw xoi. uuconersts, the prince's aid -deamp,
met hem,1 end pit them tdf thes
rout, thus thiv column, consint'mjr r,f a
4000 . men? could nftt return to Glaiz. from '
which u had issuedthe Wude were ehhtr
killed, taken, or dispersed.
SEVF-NTY-SIXTII BULLETIN" r
Jii.i.).j. .: or tax oiano! aimt. v- " 1
FiNKEH.fEiir, May" 30.
A fine copper-bottomed corvetie, tr ount
lng4 guns and 120 Englihm-n, JoadedP
with powder and ball, presented herself ire -the
river, destined for : Dantaic, comintf .
abreast of our, works She was assailed bV
a brisk discharge of nuketry, from jeads'
shore, which obliged her to brino' Ia. a
picquet front the Parisian regiment, tumped
on boards and made them prispner-- -
Gen. Kalkruth, whp was on his return from
theJiuasian Cv-rt CngllsaroflTeera.
Peutvi-Beside the -J20 F.hliihm'cn, (here
were o ivuinns on ooara oi her. j ,
The .loss Of the' enc'my at the 'battle r.
Weichelmunde, on tfievl 5tV was greater
than at Erst supposed.;. Acolumn' of .Ri," V
"ians marchitig alppg shore, were bayonet-'
ed-i-1300 Russian torpa have been btiricd.
' On the 6th,' i .aiftslo'n'of Kussians, com-' -manded
by geA.'TprkoW. ontheif rcutc'fionv
uroca tojtue BugoruUusk, ioordtf to a.
ist the new work which had been orderedl
ir iue puijvtew rciiuenng more lormida- '
ble the tet dd ponW and whicb wer? defend
ed by ix; battalion of Uvatians, .ccirriisnd-edby-the
Prince Royl of Bavaria, atiacked
af four different time said corps m all of
which Vbey have been overthrown by the Ba-
tarians, and langraged tmitraille) I j hr
batterie of the, different -Aotl; Marshal
Massena report the loss of the tne my tv
cwnsistof 300 killd,';nd double tbat num
ber wounded. What' render Uiis flair
more remarkable is that the Bavarians bad '
less $haitr400 men.'-; .
praise on the Baron ,of Wrieden! a Bavarian
onicer or uistinguisneo. merit.. Tbe loss or -the
"Bavarians has been U killed, and Ktt '
-wounded. . .' 't' ;' ' ' ,
There I aitnuch want of sense in the at
tack on the works ofCtr.. Lemarrois, cn the
IStb, andoflhose en Pultusk.tbe 16th, a
existed, in. the construction of a number of '
rafts in the' bay; about six neck ego, and
wnicr cost me en-;my near that tim to com
plete they were burnt In two hours. Ibo
successive attacks' made on the attov tpen-
tionea wotks, well entrenched and itippoiteil' .
by excellent batuilel, have not only proved "
iuh luf enemy consiaera
tle losses, with6ut soy'prospect of succest.
" ' It WOuld smear that tLlr nn.nl'i.ni K-.' .
.In.tjcw jhe drawins the atttiuion jt that ..
French army to it right side tut its poi
tion la Reasoned on. all the grounds, in" all the
hypotliesk' aswclt dcfensjve ee cfTcnsier
that tould c ITer..'. In. the .'mesa time Jh InJ
tertsting iege of Danttic aflvftfe.Uj5K
enemy will experience decided loss, in Jos- .
(lng thfs imponant plice and the 4000 inafs
that are enclosed In it. A mine b played
6f tbe Blockhaosen and has blown up ta'
same. ' The covered way has lut ; onnei
by 'lour prime ma'chrs. The deaccnl of the
dittgbai ben executed. . " , , ,' , ;
4lh, at 4 o'clock inthe morning, heir tne vii-
Vir rf Catith, ha atfarled Instantly, toci tne
tinif; ty the'tyent,"aftJ ma.Je IJO'prt
ionerw One hundred of tbe Bavarian light.'
horsa cut to pieeVt the ehemy's .cavafrj ami.
laTer'1them. beTnj.lOO'mea strong'. Tfcs
500 Saxoni dismbwitcd-iaa extraofdlaary'
, - rty ; j rr eJ n
- ,- -'''i . , . ,
TflE'fobfctibrrl trquclls th ravor of
thofe Ocittletten wprm whofe" btke;
they Hand IndtPfed.to randrrlrf 'their ar-4
count for1 artic''ei fupplied ihm for tbar
Er!r in the iStfl el AiiPnflJ tnrrenl.
' , CeB viili Ve'gfen ftr P, Y, liipler, of,
Lett thirty ffcOong rd 's.pwrds. 1