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,:,V pwfpnt to our readers anfiew.
the FrcnchkHtmy in Oeymftoj!, -'$wn t.ihf
ate of tHc i fifth bullet ip (wbtcln tas tranf.
: Utud ttthii ar !a Yew days ago) t q he .
t ffofni bf tjic ietB Whklt Vkmreherid
thft lateft idyide'i rective'd frbtti that Muar
tfiijtion of v the ppiluiU -i of t bk ?c3
, medtbetorc Caite, .v V
'E" I ' '! SI XTH-BUS,ETIN. : : '
rnie clay of Vm wa 'ose of vht itwft
fii-ifffirt. in ftfiW-'hifthrv-:; rf Franco 1 he
' capitulation owtwa it annexed; a veil
as the account of the regfqi'eut.". fljut up
there.-TheEinperortutBt hi0- urkeu
ahpjace by afoult, but'.-twenty, tboufand
niCQi defended by iotufications and wet
ditches ; would have made a icfiftaiiCe, and
huydefire was to,fave thceflfufion uf. blood.
General Mack, Commander in vChktot
tho army, was in the town t it ii - the fan?
pf Gsnefals ppefed 1o the Emperor to
betaken infonificd places. It wU,be
' jecoljeced, that after the -brilliant move
jjnent"-bn the Brenta, the old Field Mai
iftalWurmfer was made prifoner in Ivlan
lui : Melas was fo at Alexandria Mack
is fo al Ulm. The Aullrian army was
' 'pne ol the Sueft that Audria ever had s i '
conGlled of 14 regiments 'of. infantry. "of
the army nf Bavaria, as it is ' called; 13
iegierts froin the Tyrol, and five, icgi
meats which had been lent in waggons from
Jtaly altogether 32 regiments ot intan
try, 'and 15 regiments ot cavalry.
. The emperor had placed the army of
prince Ferdinand in. the fame fituation In
which, he had placed that of Metas,! Af.
ter having long hefitared.' . Meiss adopted
the aoblc refolution ot picrciog through
tho French army, which occ,allonjbd ihe.
battle of Marengo.' Mack took another
.fcfolviiton 1 Ulm is )hc point of union cf
9 great number of high roads ; he had for
.medihe plan of mikiug- bis divifious re-
-- Jteat by thefe roads, to rc-affcra'jlc them
' in Bohemia and the Tyrol. The divifion
ni Hohenzollern and Werneck marched
' off by Hcydenheim. A fmail divifion rt
.treated by Mcmmiogcn, but the emperor
Ion the 12th fattened from Augfburgh to
Ulm, immedratcly difcooccrteJ the pro.
, ircls pf the rncmy, ordered the br:dae and
'pofmon of Elchingen to be carried, which
, rendered every tbio fecure. ,
Marfhal SouU, after : having taken
Meramingen, went in purfuit cf toe other
, columns. Prince Ferdinand had therefore
no other rtfourc than to fufftr hioifclf to
befbui ub in Ulm.or tuandeavour.1 fc
crofs roads, to join the ditiGi-nof IIo-
nerxonern j-tni prince aaop tj me lat.
: ter rcfolutiun, and proceeded to Alien
with four fuadtons of cavalry '
n the mean time, prince Murat was in
purfuit of prince Fcrdiuand. The divu
iioo of, Werneck endeavoured .to oppofe
Ijsm at iangenau. Ilejoolc three ihuu- j
-and ot them prifoners, pneot wmch was
general omcer, ana iwo tunui 01 co- ,
Jouri. While he made a movement on
Ins r gM to-Hcydenhcim, marlhal Lan.
nermarenca towards Aalen anJ lordkn-
gtn. : The progrtfi of the enemy was re-
taided by five hundred waggons, and ihey ,
, were weakened by -the battle of Lanct
t-au. At ibis aUon, prince Murat had
' much reafoa to he fatiined ih the con
Cuct of general Klein. The aosb regi
mem 01 uraxoons. tne 01 a item intaativ.
and (hechalTcurs of the' imperial guard
rarticularlay dillinguilhed . thcmfclves.
The aid.de.camp Bruoct dlfplayetla gtcat
deal of courser. ,
Th adliomliJ not retard the march of
ptloce Murat. He advanced rapidi to
'wards Nercthe'im. and on the nth. at fir a
f in the evening, he arrived bcyretittfo. i
fit Ion. The divifin of dragooas of ge ji
ncrai rvc:n cnargea tne enemy t wo
faodatds, a gr octal olliitr, aud 1000 n a
were again taken ai the battje ot Neuf
hcioa. Priece Ferdinand, and fesen of
hi's generals, had barely time' 10 get 011
hot lc back. 'Tlcir dinner was found on
uble. For a dsts tiny haJ noplsceof red.
It Bfpcarcs that prince Frrdinand will
ft' t U aole to cfcape the French atra j, un
Jtfi by difguifing his peifoa, or letting
tff with a few tijuadiups by fome bye
t sth ot Germanf. ' . -
'As tie tbps io, wai pafllrg through.!
" "!' I L.i-' r.V S-i: I'll
efd f firlfoneri- aW MiRrtan colonel
xpretTad .b a(koihjneJt: Aq:.fiki tc 'era
mcaneft drummer, in Wit arraM Ope ef
a id, da. tam paOmua ggxnuiaea qquo
, -, 4 f :- rTr-.t:
what the Au? 'ffii
ervobe miidt s
IccYthaV rw?i faSkkLl 'Bo M' will
. ;i"he.ippearahc9 i. Wfitm d t,lie 15th
waftf c4ly moit injtef)tftinV;" iwo
thatai teHi in r tortcwe ; f. f&ld r had
,fMr'psoi6ons aliHribtit-ai tlu thein't .ty ;
wer upo their kwwain.-muaV' But Ubi"!
emperor Infufed fstlhl fpTMtsiiuo them ;
Jind at the moment he oertsived who'e to ;
fumnt in thii ftate. he oiMed long hvtt
. the empefbr 'tfrbe ' crred.;--'" t
,v It is alio . menttonca, inanne emperor,
icpiied ,t$ oOictrr:.whaJ'urr,ounded him,
and wh'txpclTcd tnVirfurprife, how iu
a fhomcne -'tit' fuch diftrcls, the .loidiers
could, forget all tt heir want' and appear on -ly
fenfible to the pleafurc of feeing hiiri-
, They are riiiht t it is to" (pare their
biood that: I make them undergo fuch
great tatigue. ' ' , '.
Thetmoeror, when the army occupied
rhe heights which commanded. Ulm, runt
for the prince of Liehtcnftcim, major ge
j-jcral, wh6 ys fhut up In the toven, to
communicate to him, that ne wimeatt
Wool! capitulate t telling him, tkdt'if he
netsmty- ot aaiog a nc ,uu ai jana,
where the whole garnlun was put to the
fword i that it as one of the ielancholy
rights of war that be mined -that both he
and the btate Aullrian ration were fparcd
the neceffity of iQ dreadtui an action
that tha place was not tenable: that it
o'ucht thcrtfore to furrtndcr. . The prince
e . ' . ' 1 ' 1 r- 1 1 1 .
required trial inc unucra anu iwidicrs
Ihould have UOerty io,rciurn 10 nuiiria.
"I will grant It." replied the emperor,
t to the ofHcers, but not to the foldvers :
or who w ill be my feomty that they will
notbe made to icrve again f 1 hen alter
having hefitated a moment, ha added,
" Well then, 1 will rely upon the word
of prince Ferdinand. If he is in the
town, I wilh to give him a proof of my
elleem, and I will grant to him what you
requite of me, hoping that the court ot
Vienna will hot break the word of one of
its piinces " Upoa M. de L'chtei.Ilein
alfurinff him that prince Fcidinantt was
not in the town," 1 en, laid the empe
ror, I do not lee who is lobe my gua
rantee that the foiditrs I Tend yuu back
will not be employed jaain." ;
A brigade ot four thouknd men occu
pies or.e of the pates of Ulm.
On the night of the 16 U there was a
terrible hurricane ; the l)-ntibe compltt'e.
ly ovelflbw'ed, and cariled 'away ain.ol
all the btidgci, which ttiailrni us Very
much in our lupplieiof piovilions .
. On the 15th Maiibaii L'erjiacfptta
having pufhedhis advanced polls as far
as WaHanuourg' and liasg, on the road
cf Brunau, took .4 . or 500 prifurcrs, anJ
17 pieces' of cannon, of d.fLrcot flits,
having thus t.krn, liner his cm ty at Mu
icb, ioo ptifoncrs. io pietts of can.
non, aco hoifci. and a ctcnutt of bac-
gage, without the lcfscf a finefe man.
. The emperor palled' the KhTne on the
ft cf OQober, the Danube the 6.h. at
fie o'clock in the morning ihe. Lech
I the fame day, at hall pall 1. l is troonsen.
teitd Munich on ihe s2tb his advanced
guard arrived on the Jnn on the 15th
Unthe fame day he was caller cl Meia
OilnEen, and on the mhol Uim.
lie took from the enemy, at the bat,
tlecf Wertirjpn, Guntf burgh, Elrhln
gtn, the days of IV.cminir!fen and Ulm,
ai.um ma actioas ot AlBecx, Langenso,
and Netcrhcra, 40.COO tncn. it.fantrv ai
1 ell a cavatiy, more than forty Hand cf
colouii, a grrat number of tannoo, bap.
gage waggoni, &c. ' and to sccomolifli all
ibis only marclciaad maitruvrcs. wcte
employed.. . . ,
Io thefe partial aQtoos the Jofs of ihe
Fiei ch army amounts to no more than
k lit I. 4 . ' l . M .
common remaikatrxng the troops 1 the
ewperornas loundcKit aiuw method if
tnakin war lie n"v mskes 01 ufe our
)gslniltad,f our bsyonltl., Five lis'
I ot theatmf hava rtctr fifd iDtAr.-.uA
1 nai nioTiinca ihcm much. Cut they have
l all marched a treat dca, anJ they te-
7 . awtiiiij, wr.cn iney cave
riopcl 01 overtsking the tnafny. The cu
7 w,..,,'' army, may ie made two
WeUl, It ii wt)nhy bfMMbief.
- wMWw -
The AuRriao. army nl?y ht conUJered '1
as annihilated.' The
he Aullrian .atdlRur; II
Cans wiu be fcbiiged to makrrnany levies
oX:ecriiti ,,tb"ieCft the;', Ffencb, Army1,
vyhJch hai deftoydaA:a"rrajk of one htn
ten, and theccedend i HoiMilRiM
lion of Wttheck' t&cmi
ti' France"1' pr'Aliriets c-f;'waKVi'i
.-ijia'n iWohtanki'Uvalr)' riV
u-tit'eij. and a'briatfe,;bf 'diM'oLnteVf dra- i
It iAflerved ihar ttHev rcfervcitilfti ot
ihe'Aiiltriah aVmy, coyliiiing iftive' hurw '
Urtd 'cartbges, ta .iakeh, 4 it is luppotcd
tiut all theiemainder ot'he' column 'uu'. ,
def riuci? Ferdinand .is at; iliis inothent
'luriuundcd, prince Murat having'uuiflin'. 1
fced hif ti'tu pnShe'lke ot Aalcb; iid
maUifi Uanncs his kit towards Nordlin'..
geh. 'W expwdt 10 hear the lelult cf
ihefc manoeuvie't J prince Ftrduiand has
now but few menlett. t- . , .
Aficran audience",. which the' emperor
grantf'd' to general Mack, at iwo e'eiock
inis'aticriiooni triarlh! erihicr and that
general ligncd an addiiiou v ' the capii uii
ton, put porting that Ulm id ult bu eva
cuated by the. Auitii garuiwi- oh tbt
lay.h----, " , V' . ' ',
' There arc at Ulm 27,000 men, 3000
boilcs, 18 gtnwalj, 'ai.u ' lilax 60 to fc'o
pieces of-cannon, with their horfes.
Hail the emperors gvatd had already let
out tor Aulburgti j out injj-itj iotj-
fenced to ttUiain here to.tnotrow, to -e
'the. Aullrian arti,y fi;e clt. ,Vc become
1 more ceitain ctiy uay, mat there are not
men cicupcu ti ina niutj , vi
io0,6to men, and ihu "cxiiac'iuir.aiy ad
V4iiu has been obiaud wuliwut tUuIiuu
ot nlod, . ( " ...
The emperor did not tlir out of Elchio.
gen to-ility . The latLucs and continu
al ratu to which he baa oecn expyicd for
the prcctdu.g week, required a lhoit re
pole. lJutrpolcii not compel ibie vvith
the direction ot this imruvnU army. E
very hour of liic uay and ii'ghi cflicersar
rivcwiih rcportt, and it wak rccjifue H.at
the euipeior . towuld ili'uc orders, lie
Iccmtd much fai'uficd with iha adiviiy
anazcai vt marnui uvrir.ier.
Tu.moiiow (the Soihi at three in the
aiicrnoou, 27,000 AuiUiaQ fulJteri, 60
pieces ot cai.uop, acd 13 gcucj-b, will
pals tilt; ceipercr in ft.e, and uj down their
armi. . -r ... . , .
The emperor pretents the colours he
has taken at Uim to the fcnatei tliev a.
on ou nt to 80 ir.ltsad of 40 ilaudi, at which
lie formerly llaicd them.
It it iupoofid that the emperor willfet
out for Munich to-morrow cvcninE.-
'i tic Kufliao army has armed on the lun.
tljUh luXttinof thfjrctiiarmj, "
LLCMikekk, Oct. 30.
The following arc the two capitulationt
announced In the bulletin ofmterdny, which
were concluded by order clTrince Murat 1
the one being signed by the chief of prince
Murat "a siatT, and the other by General l'iu
in the afltrftcHi tolavcn in the evening, on
the heifbte near Ulm, where ihe Austrian
army tied off in his pratencc. '1 dirty thou
and me a, two thomand of which are cavalry
with siaty pieces U cannon and forty Unda
of colours, have aurrendered to the victorious
armr. The French army v. etc poi'ed on
the htli-hts. The emperor, surrounded by
his lile-gtiard, sent (or the Austrian gcoerals
ami kej't thena wilh him enitl their troops had
filed oj. He trratcd them with the uttnoU
disUnction. There were ffcnt heaiJes
the cental la cbitf laxV,al(tbi ftnerals,
and Nren 1 lieutenant teencratt. 1 tic tames
of the general sad rrvmenu i;i be evn
, The numUcr of the prUonm tinea the
cornmcnccment of Loatiliurs, amount to
(0,000 men, ard 80 standards bare Lee ta
ken, bctidrs artillrry, Ucrfa. hr. It la
suppand that the cropf ror, aftrr dipthii.c
hiiuuiki,iii ciuiipiacTrnittg lor Aug
Jburgh and Munich. . ,
It has Keen agreed npoo twren runrufcal
the fjmral of diin, iWJilaid, tMef cf
ll ttneralstaSfef hit rotal hithucaa nrinca
Murat! marshal i( the amprf,atyil:euitrsat
Pm Elclnent mip
?0n the'i3 ni';Wfhvc &UW 5-nlM.'--rfoce-VMr
capuuiatiou.. .i ne. jermsfVc eapnuia.?
Viaia will 'ndt . 'art lv2 juVjiJ ti-nuitt W:
1 i . II. ... I'll
iioiictizui ern, aim gencriti . igm, tvif kk ;
ery; oheiifielt'Vyeibtr And Oijfberg;
are jp'riontU tin pate vvtVpcrmiifion
feeRtril of his fnileity; the emierte-etahfe
t fenthaad WrK of lvly i and M. Xhlit.'
efral Werneck, coftvnunder and tha.btr:
Uhrin tkti emcefWt tniijeatf the Empe
ror pf Gtrrtayr W cdmiftahdaht of a "dm
iion fttmys''-.sf!' .', .-t u.'r "
' t Thit tbti bbdrwT tbhifunaet 'fhe-er-
Saert of M.1 the lieutenant genial Wernfeck
of wahlitod'BirAb'traBet:'i1.!tr .501
Th MisliavK ftttal an'subal
ternJ bffittew'hJobe !jiisehfctfa of afj on
parole, tffid le s-ehr4nto!ibstriav .;:th'eyeha
tage hbt tftiiefYc'agttnist1 the Frcitcli' atateif
Or tliatf.thc allied Vf'Ms rrtalestV tbt'trn
pertr"W!: kiftgi Kjlprtedn, iititd they fchalt
.tttfejtnkM. ;?.: f-t tit . ("
ry,1ihc aVd!Vryf wih OKf.cftiisbtist
oirvrKiiiuluiHUUIl) SUttn IW BUITeHUCTCU lO
French'-army.-.'l fhu.tr t :'. r.tui ;J i" . . '
1-41 'AH ihe nsjtAftidtbri, sqi'ad
roniy bv eHiicliiiiet,' separated frm Vhe
body oT'the Vbop" iWMle'rthe brders'Df M.' the
eutenan't gefrefal Wee'ck.HhaU lay down
invir armsf ami occome prisoners 01 warj
subject to tnttdV'ba and '4vK article. J v - "
' OlkrvatidnWktrneiaf Werbetk. " I im-
derstand this articleas applymgtd itach troops
as belong to the body .under my" own' t'oftt
xnarid." " ..;;.!;:. i.'-t. '". .
5. All the "horses and equipages belonging
to Messieurs the general and subaltern tff?.
Cera, shallW left in their "tiossesSiotl. . '
6. All this. French prisoner or war at
Trotelfingen, 6r other placea otctipied by
the Uopa under the tomWianU f M: the
lieutenant general, Wetiiecky shall be Knmet
diately aet at liberty;' 1
Trottlfingen, srth Vendtmaire,1 ' r 'T "
Hth ytar, (loaiOcr. Itt0,) ' ,!;
The general of division andchlei"' 5 '?
of the general atafT,1 . vie
(Signed) BELLIAHlJ.'I .
. Lieut, general and commandant of a body ;
of troops. ?' '
' ' CAflTULATION" -if
the Commandant of tfie -utorl iftht Mv$
' 1 hat of the Austria army. ' ' '
' This dny, being tha 26 Veudethaire, lath
year, October 18), th Brigadier "General
V irucannet,' one of the commsn(lati tf the
'Leffnm of Hoinor, and commaffdant Of the
CriaUsseurs of the ISth and' 14Ah rvgitrivnta
of iheSth'divinton of tha grand Frtrttb arnvf
- And M. Locatelfi,' Major of llohenlbh'a
refrimtnts of drtttoons. have concluded the
1 1 subjoined capilulaficm, in conse'cjvlenc br"a
summons :nt "by M. tle Central Tae
connct, lothc said M. Locatelli, (0 came the
corps of cavalry npptntt-d under his rofn
nund, to escort the, heavy bajgage of the
Austrian army to hiy down their as ms :
Article I. All the hui.ars and light hor?t,
which coruj-oske the detachrncnt t&ccvtinir,.
the attiilery a'iTd bMgage of Ihe Austrian
army, are priauners of V-tr, and slull be .
conducted into France. They thjll there,
'fore lay down.-their aims, bnd deliver iip
their .horses to the rrgthienta under the or
!dersof M. the Uencrai laucotinet. Autecd
to. ' .
II. Mesiieurs the Onlcera 'alian rttatnthe
horves on which tLey were mouiuid nt tic
time the corps was tken. lrh of hem
shall also bate the "privilege or retaining a
Valet In his service, and their equ'patre kliall
be preset vtd. Thcsddienfcha1lrct-inihriref.
fecta. One v'ala th.ll bi allowed Tor the
Major, and each of the MesVicurs the Cap
taint, and one fur ever two Lieutenants or
III. All the petty detachments c,f Infantry
end artillery, turned in Rank by the Ttfcnfh,.
troops and closely pressed Ly the cavalry tin.
der M. the General Faucennet, are alto pti
.oners of war, and shall surrender their can
non, waggons, caissons, ' and arms; and
Messieurs the efneers shall enjoy the same
adventsgts as tlote grihled to the olTtcers of
cavalry. Agreed to.
IV. Meiuri the tRicers of cavairy, ar
tillery, and Icf.ntry, made priaoncis, and
Cotnprltcd in the present capitulation, shall
be at liberty to return home, on giving
Written parole of honor, not to trne axaintl
the armiea f hit majesty the emperor end
king, or those of his allies, until thry shall
l ave bun exchaeged, r until the cohctea
sion of a peace, should an exthsngt hot tske
placet His royal klfchhtta prince Murat it
cqurMcd to grant this condition, which it
snh-uittcd to Lis approbation.
Done at hetd quarter, at Jlbptingtn,
Octbltr II. lint.
fSirn.ed) IX)CA1 EIXI, Major.
Ti fatticnl ofBriga.hr,
Kilaihcsv, Oct. if.
'("I'll. Mur.ivi. L. 1.,.. !......( l. ..l.L .'. .
cd prrr law strand d-rrtts 1 -
HK mUMy set off (ur Atbureh at ton
We are nov in tSMauon cf sn btcurafe
list of tie army which was shut up in
b'Ni , It conlted of mrn. tr wl kh
I number the JCOJ wouuled being ti'or. tf.r
I tital imtmte t 31,0?. There were U
I ?.tfnd la the flace, CO plrtet of arUUcrv,