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PUBLISHED (wEEKttj ALt.MAKQ BALL. TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1806.
r. rOUtlGN NEWS,
PARIS, December 2.
TWENTY SECOND IJCLLETIN OF
THE GRAND ARMY.
St. IVtcn, Nov. 13.
; Marshal Stult has followed up 'his sub
jects. -The whole corps of -Meerfehli is des
troyed. Thai gentleman saved himself with
i officer of llutrs.' Geb. Marmont is at
Lcoben. He" there iuide prisoners of 100
P'rTricV.Murat has-been these three days
-within half a league of Vienna.
.. All the Austrian -troops have 'evacuated
that city. The national guard perform duty ,
here, and are in high spirits.
This day the French troop's made their
Gentry into that capital. Th Russian re
fold every oppor.iur.i'fy which was offered
- them to enagy in tnttle bnthe heights of
St. Pollen ('St. Hypolr.e) They crossed the
tDanube v K.'ems, fvnd. immediately after
- jthtir, ;.p'issag-l'uint the bridge which was a
TCThu&fstrucCcie. The M.lth at day break
.Marsb.it Mortteiy at tnehesd ol sbaUliAna,
-fixed himself at Klein, ejecting to,nnd there
- rear guard ; but the whole Hussian army
was still titers. Then comnertced the bat-,
tic of Diernsteln, which be forever me- ",
snorable in military annals. From 6 in the
jnornirig until 4 in the afternoon, these '4,000
dirave men opposed the Russian army, ahd ,
pot to rout every thing opposed to them.
Wasters of the Village of Ceobeti, they 1e
. Jieved the day finished ; but the enemy irri
tated having lost 10 stand dffojours, 6'' pie
ch yp cannon, 900 men prisoners and 2,000
Skilled, had gtvert a di'flferent direction to 'their
HVoops by' forced, marches, in order to flank
z French. Ao soon as marshal Mottier
perceived this manoeuver, he marched di
TVttly to th'e troops which had Sled off, and
attacked them, at the same time that the &th
re'girnie'ht of light; infantry and 3Jd of the
line, having ch.ugcd another Russian corps,
YiititToUiht, taking two standards and four
- mind;ed men'. . .
This "bs been a bloody day. '"' Dead bo
. Jtlic coverel the whole field of battle. 'More
' 'ihac 4000 Rtissianshavebeen killed or wormd-
rROCLAif ATION. .
. "Since the decree of his excellency, the
commissary, of the court established in Low- i
er -Austria, the public are informed, that for
tlis preservation, of peace and "order in the
interior it bus been decreed thaa';cejtm
pumper of armed citizens, comprising the
nobles as well as the members of tlje acade
my orStie ; arts,- and other individuals who
have means of putting; thenuclves inTa con-
onion ot appearing in urtm s.nau always, uc
ready to perform any service', which may be
requited of them. Here iollow the places
appf)inted for the parudf-,. VbeThe mus
ter-roll, is cauedtheJrurnpets shrill beund-
ed twice at each place of parade. he a
tiz"ni of each section shall r p'u' to their post
with their arms, and thence vit for oroers.
It is s' rictly forbidden, any person except Che
citizen soldiers, to appear on the public; places
when the trumpets shall be sounded. Any
person who shall contravene Jhi order shall
be arrested by the patrotei and delivered up
to the police; Measures have likewise wen
taken to, put all the sick and poor who have
not the means of subsistence Into the city
h.o spital in order to be taken rare of.
Rrave inhabitants of Vienna ! 'Yoji vijl
thank mc'for the wisdom of thise measures
which are taken- for the Rood of your country.
the magistracy wtii concur in th?tr execu
tion with the same sentin-ents which have
always actuated them. We expect every
thing Prom liie iniinliitartt of this city, who
have abvays ditiwg'iishcd themselves ia eve
""V" fiigrftd, -'' -
TE VicV BtlRCOICAfcTtt.t
, Dated, i;hna Jov,: U. . ...i -'
ed; 1,30Q have been made privmers; a
"woire the latter 2 colonels. On cur side the
Moss has been considerable. The 4th and &t'h
I'n?ht infuntrv lu've suffered most, The co
lonels of the irmh and 103(1 (avc be'eu slight
ly wouhtf44.,Col.,Vltfr'6rthe 4't'h 'rrj-i-fment
of xlraoans hs' bfcn -killed. 'His
majesty had' chosen Hm for one cf his W
, He was a brav olfirer.
iiktdvaiHa'es of his-position,
a bfilli-aU reiiitance aj-'"'1 a Ihiisian co
'jlunm, but he nu tlrock Uhh' a pihtfJl b.dl,
fciid died in the midit if the battle It stems
tluit the "Rusia,)s retired wi'.hcui biddirig
,on'l be 1
'His imperial majesty, ho aceopdirijr tn
the pi-omie which he made td ihe Ttspta-
oie slates ct iiunjary, nits ceiRneu to cisr.
tht tViet, bus been preTente'd-by intervenirg
rifcumitancesTrom returning to Vienna be
fore going to Rrunn, agreeable to his first de
termination. But in theintran time, itis possi
Me the French imperial troops may enter
Vietiim. Experience has pmved 'thai they
observe a strict discipline and disregard, the
'dangers of w.ir. Should this take place he
expects that his people will remain quiet ami
conduct themselves with decorum. V l re I
tomnvjnd it to each oite in particular ) ami
itis mrjetty our sovereign, farTron cjr,pcc i
Tn'nj.a zeal which Tuit;ht only.cOmpro'Tftt lt;'e '
lives littdpropet ty of his subjects would pun
iivh severelv the least disorder, not only be
l i.: if i i A.r I.-.
lh HH'etftho i xa",,: nc lll!n c" im uccuneo ut'ivnamir nis
he had made !' n caP'ta'''"!l because he entrrtains a most
nrariou loiicuuuc ior me wtiure &i us ui-
The Aoslrtani have not fcad time to carry
off above a fifth or fourth of their artillery or
any thing else of consequence. We have
warlike stores tuf&cient tor 4 campaigns to
renew our. 'artillery equipage four time if .
wV should lose it. We have also proyKions
ftgatftat a siegef for a grat numbef of places.
The' empetor has established himself at,
Schoenbrnhh. He went to day to Vienna,
"at 2 o'clock in the mornihg. He passed the
rest' of the night in viitin the advanced
posts on the left bank of the Danube, as well
as the positions, und to satisfy himself that
cvei7 du-y was well performed. He rtHUiU
ed 'to Schenbriinn at break of day.--
The weather has become delightful. This
day is one of the finest of the winter .ho"
cold.; ' Commercial and all other transac
tions go on at Viennu in the usual way . The
inhabitants are full of conndtfUc and perfect- '
ly at their ease. The population of this city
is about 2f0,000 souls. -It iij not supposed
to have diminished above 10,000 by the de
'pariure.of the court and nobility. -,
'. ! 'JPte' eniperor, received ut fioon M. de
W rvtia,' who is n6w placed at the head of
"the admiuisiration-of all Austria. ; '
! The' corps of Marshal Soiilt passed. thro'
Vienna this moi-ning at 9 o'clock-. That of
'.'Marshal Davouit is marcu;; through it at'
this moment.""' uen. Tvlfu-mount has gamed
ditterent tnfl-mg advantages kt Leoben, with
his a'dvcfieed posta. T L
" The Bavarian army receives preat rein
forcements every day. The emperor hits
just made 4orue frest 'presents to the-'elector.
He lias jfivcli him 15,000 stand of arms taken
in Vienna,- and has restored to 'him all the
artillery which Austria r;aat di-rent peri
od rken from tie Mates of Uavaria.
Th 'city - of KulTstcin tia. cap'uulatiexl o
col. romn-. . J"
Gen. Milhaud has driven the enemy en
the rad to BfttnnaV f,ir as Wolkerhdoirr.
To d.iy at noun he had made t0o prisnhers,
and 'lakvn a park of 40 pieces of anillsry
Marshal Lannes amvtd .at 5 t. v. at
Stockerau, l!e there found jii immense
magazine of cluathing, 100,000 puir tf ihuci
and boots, and clo h eiiouh to nuke reat
coats for the" whole Htrny. They have al.o
taken many boats vliich wrre .escendinj'; the
Danube wkh vrrillery, leatlivr and clor.tMng.
The bulletin here goes on tophe a p;r
tlc.ular lnv,ntory of 1547 pitcts of camou,
473 mortars, 109,21 musket, and crbluci,
a great numb, r of swortU avid pibtoln, tmim
niense quantity of powdir, car.non, musktt
and pistol fjalls, Qnit, lead uud many other
S . nc tirpcrtr of t.erminy, the en)c-e8,
'the minister aKiJ luurt -r- t jliui,i, ui f.t - i
r..via. . A!Mhe nobili,,y tuc 'ijitsed Viei-'i-,
" but the fi'.izMV hive renieint'd. Thfy ex
pect th'fn.j.eitr Alexvtiotrat Hrunti, wjhis ,
-return torn Rrrim. - "
.(e' rwut re (jfuf-iy ha, irtn the beaer i
, c m my d.spAchei between the cinpcroia of
. j l';ance anl Girmatiy. The tmperor of
-tier-Many will m 'doubt a gre to a peate a
"foon a he can btit Ja the aisetu i.f tile empe-
J rm'cf RnM,u In the mean tirm: the dis J
outnlt.f the PecnleK eftretiie. Th! si 1
Hn Vkniu ahd inkll the province the
AuVrtan mon.ihy that they ,rt Mt go. TJci.ruci- "f ?
e.ned. Ihat f,rthe sole irttcre.t a Png. r1
" hnd, they havr been d-agt-ed mtoah uniu.t I nube, leavmg .1 r
and Tomolis.wWi.that ther hve iifuudattd
Gtrmny wi"h HjtjMniina.tk thrnisnnd tinres
'mere detrucifc ihan 11 tie scbui fees ttf
wariiniteds that t lit ir financss are in the
!i J5"C! '.'.'-i'iV" ti . Jliit public-and private
" crci'ifare niotd. by the grtit quaiity tt
)pfrmvi iy, which' it at a iscouut ol 0
,p ; tint. If.at ther hud tnifortunea tnoueh
Icfore, without adOiur to them tue horrors i
' " .,.. . -, J ,1., t
Tne.Ni:-H-p'cofrip!iu of an ill'tberal
jfrtvernmcn hh U offtrs iioibir.j-to oacou
r a gt t hr i I" I r C u . n.k t.d b 1 1 h i h c a Ik c f n-
iiit jeslouiy ufUa irpiivilfgcs, andlutint 'J
cf iheir na'iMi !bh.- Tn Hun -firv si will 1
.iailn Aasttk; lVlmaaiWrlMnAlfoTler !i
ort eu:uunc i; fUi-
.?p$ror NinHn Hi, wKhecl ealy, H r ;p.ie
ti(3tlt is the frit lid of al) OAti4i!wl uT t
DbU tuttitucM. The Lnf hth ire il.
f , perpetual nTjeets cf the cutyfsof fc!l lit V
,f jeciiftf liwtKipeior ft-Gf m.iy, anj if
. jttf r utiKt.rsl hstiecf. It Uhm then ttmt
ihat'pH' Wild ftcn to the vi.lce of the
fupple. anl th-t thry ahwuM VMrt'ter ta
rrest ihe fiM baulftte if the TUfe oh
'fitthy I , ;
b,aU;an,. ' "
"'" "tilled, "
Rrrrt !, Thmpte IVtuw,
"Ooinmissaryvf the court.
VrfT!n;t, Nov. i:.
TWENTY-TIHRT) WUI.I.ETIN OF THE'
" GR ND ARMY. i
Trow the Cattft 5ch fnb'um Vnl5f, 14.
At "tlie baflc'nf Diern-tein, where 40!
Frctirh attack. d on the Uth, titwun 25
-and '3'V)'0 RHshni, k?pt their portion.
Tiiilrd btwM:li S aiid 40O0 pif h, capiu.vd
Ihtir cMrs kid miidc ISO.i pMencri the
4'h and 9th rei-nrtm of !iiht ii.f iMtry mi I
ti;e 10th ard 32i regiments nf itifantry of!"
the lin-,-tovrrtil tbemt?e with t,loi )''
Cien. G.i-i there dibted gu;t v .lc r Ir.dj.t
gK)d conduct. 1 he 'Riisan th! d affer . H
KrcmH, and qm ed it;e Jj
pr'oner in ti e tit- ;
j'nrtt:nress. iiivy fntinti the od n triy r
men who h muitit Wotiiiftid i.d Vd I'uting
thenlght. '1 he 'rnTentinnof the!! yUi, mi.ia
i'tJThBTeiieen.to hive HsitedfttKitm for rlln-
rVia, bwewbir 18.
Oabrx o tue dat.
The emperor testifies hi satisfaction to
th 4ti rcgimctu it liht infantry ; to the
lOOthof the imr; to the ihof light infift
try, -lid to the "2d cf the I'e, lor the intre
pidity which the) displayed at the battle of
! 'fortements aifd hive . Cst3llij.heiL ihtnu
tMt il.ephiage (c,fih Inn 'the p'and
rmr Hn wfl'ln' its d.flViiit slun.ijn t
"""Vrth IwVr tfckm J.te, al out UnWHl j,fj.
,np, I f ir HuW.jn am t htl iwmff Ttlt
, 11 M of the-1 r UVelf Urn 4t.
Vftd. hvsrrai rcipt uf the irwf art p.r.
the PuMHVt lf!l Rtfit S'i. 1 h
!" prrifUnN,i, of Mkick tha Wbiwitf
ttt tfalnlii gc pbiihtd Cn lie tutfc
in4 ISiU lmu . , , ,
stkt s onihe Daur.be but tie taitfei Die rn
atein hai iieor,cefud their pla:i. They h,te
eenby wlu.i 4000 FK n't hmen could do. hi.t
'they 'mijlit expect vihtn cotittndlr.jg againit
Marshal Morticr pt'TJufd the Rumr.i,
wfiilrannthtf rorp ef (. army p&Hrd the
D vube by the bridge cf Vienna, (o, intercept
em ta the tight, Vnd tte corps fmarhitl
Ilertudotlc marthid to iatefcept "ifiiVti on
the left. -Ye'rH7 the5 IS?h,-it tt o'c!o:k,
A3u BTinee Mural paivrd through Vunn..
At thd brefk of Vf a column of tavslty es
tjUisltuI their.selvca tl Ue irWge tf Ihe
D.af.jcr Ind p4.ed it fcr.aml roftftr
tneeihh the Atisttiin ctrr.marulcri. The!
niiMn who had orders o burn the bridge'
ittcmptrd it arveral timet, bttt'weVe trnable
to succeed. " Mmhal l.ahnei snd, gnet.
riertr!, a'l'lt-de-csrt p of the fcrnpt rcr, wit I.
the Cri to cfrAa the biidge. The tror psdid
ix.t'Mou in Vicuua, but cantSaued tUir dtt
tin (id iMit. ., -
Fringe Murtt ht ch'blihf d hlletl jor.
tt f the Uu r.f duke AlUrt. Duke Al
bert his .wi much for tkt ctay. Msny
Ipiartti ffaiited warier. He introduced tt
it his oa iiptnce, aa4 Is well lnnwn to hart
spent grftnimi on this object. Great
quantities of ammuniUon and artiUrywert
found in Vienna, an atttur.t of a hlrh is here
ith atiixied. The home of Austtia Ins
nd i.naal tr Luudit tattpt in Vicnaa. ,
iernsteiti, Vihere their bravery in pieservh;g
thi ir pte-jMoji tvh'tch fhey occupitel obliged the
e Kmvlo.)jinhawtncilirhe!dOfi the Danube.
1 lis rn. j. sty al.o sinifii s Ids jpprc'bitioii to
'the ?:i'?egimert of the line, nnd tuthe 30th,
'which a the b'.ttle t.f Lambath made a
i;ati'' ueuidM the rearguard of the Ru.si-iw,
end n it oidy gare the fir.t blow Ltit tr.uCc
400 piifonets, HU mjestj fnitbcr expres
ses hi t satUf..rtkntothe pu r.. (litis of Oi'di
not, who at the battle of Aii.iUKi n iiioe
ti e Rimiati and Auurian ctipi f;om tbeir
rong and ccmmuiiint; position, end made
1500 pitvtr-vrs, of wbfm tO hue Russians.
His majesty ia Hati-fu'd with Vhe-It, 16th
ati l ...lregirrteiii of Chasteuis, and with the
SChand 10. li r'u. n rs of l!u.tar, for theiv
gotd roiidutl in all the tklnuishtt which
lok pl-re frm the Init i heK'eoT Vien
'va, tld'fux the SOU Kusti.n piuontrs made
, Prince Murat, marshal I..nnes,the reerte,
cf cav.liy, and their tirj:s tTthe army, til
lered .Vienna tl a 15th Kovmler, maile
(herflteHc mastaa the sonie dy of tj.e
bridge ever the Dancbe, prtuntidlt from
being burht, biSrta It Immediately, and ut
tVftiglil the UuttUn army. We UwhA in
Vienna more than '2co fietta of ranncn,
!00,CtouYit, amrrunitinntf cvety klruh in
finr, every kind ef4 equipage, iieceaty'for
a or nuict. i i pc(pie ni v irrma
leirmed to teceiTt the atn y with fiieiiIkhip
The trupetor dtettcs, tint the, propetty
Uf the, pet pJe cfhit taj iol, ihll be hi 14
asercd, ami that thty ilu llbe treated with
the grc.ttll tempter, for ihy hate lehtld
as two Russian generah. It eems that eol.
WaUier is not dead, but bis hors"e having
been Wounded in the attack, he was n.ad
prisoner. T hi. news was highly pleasing
to the enipcror, who has a particular icgaid
for this ufiicer.
A column of 4000 Aunan infantry and
,'a regiaient of i-uirassier, passed through
opr army, who permuted them to go .ff, a
"false report of a fcuspcusion cf nuns havii.g
'been spread among cur soldiers. On this
occasion we ricognize. the character of the
rrench---vho brave, in, the midst AWiattle,
are possessed of the utmost gtnerosify when
tne action i? over,
General ftiillhiud,"commard"mg the td
vanced' corps of Marihl Uavoubt. has taken
I at pieces of cannon, with all the prpi5k-n
waggoua and 400 men. Thus almost the ,
whole' atllllerycf the Austrian tnohut rhy, if
'tn our puoaesai'dn. -Tfseimlace Schoiribivm':. ,
in won ii tne emperor resides ui ut ry
Marra" Theresa, . whose portrait is 'to bei v
teen in -Rlmoat every apaiiir.trt. Itvil t ca
Vinet Svlikh the. emperor now occitpie.s, is f
a mat lie btalue of that empress. . The rm
peror tn'-st'eing it, obiervedi that jf. lhit
great queen v'as yet living, she wMild.' net
let herself be governed by the intrinivi of.
such a woman as mudair.c de C clleredo, '
Constantly aurroundtd as-she ' alvpy.'wau
by the grc t men of her nation, she would
have known the will cf her people.- Sl e
wotdd not'have permitted Tver pi evinces to
be ravaged by Coasacs'and Niusccvitcr.. In
debating on a vat with l'rarce she would
mot have consulted with EV.ch a courtier ss
- i i . . J. .. ......
uouenrzci, who by lar too wen acquamtta
with the Intrigue of bis court, fcrrs to dis
ple'isc a stranu;e "wtimari, shariiefuliy inestd
with an iirflut'iice which she abUsea nor by '
such a writer as Collenibrch by a rrn, in
!fi;e, as uiiirevsally flat tied as Lamb? rty.
rlK Would not have given the commaru (.1
her army to auch a man as Mack," appointed "
not by the will of the tov. reign, imt by tb
confidence ot the nation, but l y F.nglard aiiiP
Russia. Indeed there appears to be a vc
mark&l.le tliiunimily of op'mienln the nat:rin
against ihe measures of the" cr'v.rt. Ct'ir.ers' '
of all cl oses, theinrsi enlightmed men,evri
the pr'ulte thtntsches, are'ej pcted 10 the'
It is said that prince Chaih', at the mo
ment of Jiis setting-out for the army cf ll.tly.
wVote to the tmptrcr, repnentir.g t fira
the imprudence of his conduct i d r r lict
iug the dnwnfal of the rrcnairhy. 'I he e.
kctot Sahz.irrg, the archd ker , the r.rtka
all held the same lftpgiugv. The wh.lc
continent ought 10 regret what the emperor
i of Germaiiv has done, who tsishts well, who '
aces better than his minister, and ho might
be a git prince but for his iiiflicercv in
himself, ahd living o comtsi tly iititei'. Fe
would learn from the nobles tf ihe en pirt, '
who c!tetm hirn a just cr.fiflirce in Isim
aelf. But none of those w homu'ei htantl ui d
herish the inte'rest of then tiumiy, ever
.approach his cabinet. This teilu'-icn, f"r
which the eniprcsMs bUmcd, ii tl r chu ef
that univir.rl hatred which the iMn 14
conceived against thiit prlrrcis, l.r.rsz at
thisorder of things fclmll remain, the en'.j e t
rcr wdl never know the wishes e f I W" t tp!s ; ,
but .will twy be the toed of ont:ptd 1 ig
lish nf ents, wl-.o fMit'u u.ll) ni i.u d l.im
to prevent biro from being Utter inicrr.ui!.
1 here is but enf opinion at VUnra st Wi ll
as kl Paris. 1 he ini.fuitune cf the con
tincnUs the eireadful nk of Fi gl if.i!.
All the columns of the atir ? isre nakinf;
rapid marches, and are ln:H( y inMoiavii,
and net many days match itsm the Dantbr.
A patiole of cavalry Ixtt kendy' arrived it
the gatea of Presbin jr, the capital t.f VpRer
Hungary. It intercepted a eotirier Ircnt
Venice, wlute he was ltrmitiDg to enter
that city The.cHipaiehertf that cmtirf -
iaform that tl4srmy of priue'e ClrJrca was re.
treating in rt haate, in Lopes cf arsiiing m
time to f ucrcur Vienna.
teener) Murmett informs tket tl court
which I ad tlvunred as r Ocdei.btig,
Ly the valley if Mrn.th. hot evacuated li st
r t.u M r y t It e r ' br eak i r g ' ?i w n ail t h e hrid $ i .
a precauiiOD hkb avd it In m in.mcdiHa
punuit. . ,
The notnberof piiKrrs made tytLear
my lcre- every raomcDt.
His rnajwsiy b at dienre to dsy Jo
the Il.tivisn mijor-gereril Riuee. brother
in Kw to the 'ft and pensioniry. He camo
to felicitate the cn-ptmr on the cm tf tte
'high and nttghly itatet tl Holland.
1 ke tnpeicr haa not yi rteeited any ef
the Minorities cf Vienna, bvit erlr a eJetnia.
with snriow.tbe tiajust war whieh I'.aibtrn U tion'frrm the d.iTtnt.t rerporuUn ef tka
earritd tn agitusl us, and they testify ly Jj eiiy.wbo the tity cf Mi anital, came loait
their e'-nct'wt as mutn irtctnthip it r ui,
Ihey tnterii'.n hutted fur the Futtkntt a
tfcple, who lJy their tsv6e ind tsiUroui
rnsnnera, ought to be detested by every cU
tjld watior.. ' -
Mt.pt Gtnrrol Motihd Btrmti,
TVF-STY.r0URTir UUr.l.F.TlN OF
1HK GRAND ARMY.
At the battle cf IHernsteln, the AaltiUa
tvte, at Sigarta r.UelKri Itwss ern p'td
rf the piinee de hiniende-rfriha ptU ifi
8Klnicttn, ti c erunt de Vttetini, J -rin
rft'Kees, tke barims.ter of ire eity, M. it
Vohbben and ' tentral tl'turgeoia. Ilia
IrU'K.ty received Ihtvn wTH fttest t (T.bilitf
and told tbtrfttrai tiny mikt aisure the f fo
leof Yhnnaof hU tfotrrtirn,
Ihe genttaltf dtiWi tltW, hn been
nvrnlatf t tvntuvr gvnersl f C'l tHr ar.J
J lAaer Ae;Mrii, The eimelhr .f state.
msjor-gmersl Smfch, who tiec'ed tl e U.yru, hit bees ippoibUd iottodatil grnttil