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. . (Thirty-Ant Bulletin ojxht Grand 'Amy
Austxkutz, 14;A; Frimaire, year 14 1
- The emperor set out' yesterday from Aus
terlitz (or his advanced posts near 3arrtchi
where he placed himstif .near hie Wtwac.
T.he emperor of Germany-was not long1 in ar--jiving
there.. . The two monarch had an in
terviiiw which lasted two hours. The Em
peror, of Germany did not conceal both oa ;
his. side and that of the Emperor of Russia, ;
the contempt they feel for .the eonduot of
England. They arc a set of shopkeepers, he
repeated, who set the continent oiv fire in or
der to secure to themselves thd tvWe of the
world. :":-''. ,A
These two princes agreed on ah 'armistice
And on the . principal "conditions of peace,
which is 'to" be negociaUd arid f terminafed
within a few days. The emperor of Cerma-'
Hy then informed the emperor, that the em
peror of Russia likewise deVined to make a
separate peace ; that he entirely abandoned
the affairs of England, and no longer took anj
interest in them.
The emperor of Germany frequently re
peated) 1 tlure is no doubt but that in her
dispute. with England, France is it) the right.'
lie solicited also a truce for the remainder of
the Russian army. The emperor obtrvd
to him that the Russian army was ssuwoutJ
J etJ,"ahd that "not "a man couidf escape;' but,
Added he, " I desire to do something agreea
ble to the emperor Alexander, 1 Villi 4uiLr;
the Russian army to psi I will stop the.
march of my columns, but your majesty must
promise me that the. Russian army will re
turn into Russia and evacuate tier many 'and
Ausrrto, and Prussia Poland." Such '. is the.
intention of the Emperor Alexander, replied
the Emperor of Germany, I can assure you,
beside you may convince yourself of it in the
tourseofthe night by your ooflicers.
It is asserted that the emperor said loth
emperor of Germany when he asked him to
, come near the- fire of his bivouac, ' I recciVe
you in the only palace I have inhabited for
these two months past." The emperor, of
Germany replied laughing ( voaa lire bon
parti cette habitationu'elle doit vous plaire)
It has been so much to your advauUire,
. that I dfiKtf.woiider J,,lts.j?Icasij; you."-n-
. - """ " " . . I I i
i ins pi is near us couiu ue .unacratocu thf
wonts wbicn tlropt trom lunn .ltoe nunvxi-
toui suite of the two prince re not ko f.jr
ltsi:it but they hearcdsomcihim; that was
The emperor accorfspnnied the enipcrnr
, of licrt.i:t:iy l l;u cferr.;iire, fttid . chiinw!
prii.if l.ichte.ii'e'n an I gvti. pi incv Srhwart-
actibeii; to '.J ;.iecntvU to turn.; after which
lie returned to sleep at Auilcii.tt.
Cery lufirjuatioti is collecting fur tfie
. purpose of vriiiuga 6ne description, of the
taltte of Austin litz. A great number cf En
tfmeers art drawUior up the plan of the Cold
cfbtittle. The loss of the Russians hes been
immense. Gt nerul Kutuso and UusliowJeii
were wounded. 1 n twelve ireoerals were
X.lk-d. bcvcrl aid.de-can,ps to the emperor
iiiuiiviivii nihil 41 9 IIV IC
cc of cannon, but ISO, which hare bven ta
ken. The.' enemy's cofunwu..which tliiry
tht inselvts into the Iskcswerc favored by the
ice, but the cannonade broke it, and two whole
column were drownid.
On the evetiintr of
thedjy and for severe! hours duitnij the
ri.l the emperor rode over the field nf bat-tl-',
and caused tht wounded ;-be carried a
W'Vi a h irrible spcctscle. it ever there Was
i c. Tle einpctoriftounfcdoii a vtry fleet
l.orf,j;alloptd klonfj es swift a liglitcniniV
tiothins ws more aflcctlnj ihsn to see thoir
irve fclbwircco:nie4iimln the field, inme
forgot theirs ifTrrinj- and ld Al least Uw
Victory u cert. n :" ethers " I h wo sufTured
furth;se e'.Kt hour and since the bcn'in
Ing of the tiattla 1 mi abandoned, but J
Lave dafie myduly;" others, you ounl.t
to be satisfied, iih your soldiers to ;yk"
ith each wounded soldier the emperor left
k guard who caused him to be transported
Into the movable honpitids. It is horrible
to say, that 48 hours after the battle, there
ere still a fjrtat number of Russians whose
wounds wt wcr; not able to get dressed.
All the French were so before night. Instead
ef40 pair of colors, we have already bsd 4$
broViKhi In, and our soldiers still fiud the re-
kmiuuii ui mini Bintu, 4oimnfr cm e
usl the taicty of the loldiers at iKrir l.irini.
cs. They scarcely fjcntitc theoflicerof
ine emperor, but thty cy out to him, whal
sue emperor orcn utiih'd with US I
In valh.iftbcfoie tls.alth cf the Jir
-which his a great miTiScj of cftrfcrJptr
ci vijuoi an.i oi tut Lrwer beinc, the
mnroil;dloi Hmri.ihf lh Not .
- ! I irt , A 1 . .
nun wm uiiinguMn th-nlf ivei ta diy."
I py KfpunctrworJ. ,The Nnr ntnidlf.
tinRuifhed Ihemlclvti. 1 hacrnperer who
Jtinwi thtcompofi'lonof euh raiment
fiU l few wofd.'i1,ff ft MA. ,,,L
ved ioJ fpkiiqtbe hesrji of thofs ItT
wnom tfiev . wrre i4.!refTel- ind b-nme
, re nVjtz Cral ia Ovs mida cf th fire.
Hp fatd o th.lth, , , recollect,.. It
nbany yean Gncef fur named joutheTer
riblcV1 - It, would be neceffary (o torjame
ill the regiments of,, the army. , ,The
i was jiot.onb-which.did.uot fliow prodigies
of bravery and intrepidity, twe indeepj it
( might be aid that death fled affrighted be
fore our ranks, and thiewr himfelf Intfl
thbfebf thee'wmy. ' Not 'a corps rria'de a
: retfogide pioyemept. The emperor fW
I aye fougt 30 batttesiuch as this,'but.
I neveruw-one in.whicn the victory was
more i dec five', and the chances fo Jittle
balanced... The Foot Guards cf the cifi-
peror were not'emjaged. They wept WHtr,
rage. Whcjuhcy aflted to be employed.' fl
tne emperor tajti 10 ujem rejoice wai ypu
have not yet been ip the action, you are c'a
tall on "as a referye. So muth thd 'bette
it yoii. are not wsnted to dayj..'' . V
, Three colonels pf the Irop'ral'RiuTajT
guard were, taken with the general vVho
commanded them. Thehnflars of thu guard
made a charge on the divifion of CaHneflj.
This charge, colt thsraj30o rnirvvbV.rt!
miined on the field of.battlp. . The French
cavalry (hewed itfelf fuperior, aud acju'it-
cd itfelf admirably well. , . . ;
At the end of the acliotik, the eroiiefbir
miftnA wills i fn si A rrt"rt
ot his guard as partisans, to rule over the 1
field oj battle and bring in the runaways;
;" He took leveral fland of colors'," a:i5
I, coo prifor.etJ. The gnarcstieadiri-
gref 'MreVol.bf "ths Tt'oite fingers, Mori ,
Und,.-who was tilled with al'grapviaosj;'
n he was.'eh.ifi'ini' the artillery of tht
RiiHiari T'i'n;x'rial guarJs. 'The artillery
tas taken ; but this brave tolpfl To-:nl
liis.de'ath. - We tQl not onc"gcuera! kilicd.
CoU'Mazas, of the fourteenth of t he lilic,
a crave man, was killed; Mny thicH ot
battal6ii. were woun.led. The Vol"i-
eurs vied with the grenadier. T'c 55th,
43d; 14th, 36th, jo h, 17th, hut we dan.
ii.cntion no corps;' it uoui'l he imj-.H ,. t
10 Hie others, they al! 'pctfoinied wet-
Cctt. I neie was not a Pogle gei eral, an
otlicer, a foldier, but was detci mined to
tonquer or die."
We mull nut Conceil a trait that jlou
tonorto tliaonerny, 'The cdrrm)aderc-t
U'CiriiUciy ot the Knuian i.npeiul gi.utds
I. ad jull tutt ins cannon. 11c met li e cm-
eror bittv laid he, scr n. t fliot ; I
nave juit my cannon.' 14 loiinij
. acfwetfd thcrmpcror, ' 1 jppie.
ciate y ur tears, but one ni.iy ' e bii bv
my army and flill have a title in .g'wr'v'
Our advanced polls are arrived a; Ol-
mut-- Ihecmprels anlthe wlmle court
hae rled fiom thence in the grcauil halle.
vii v" win"", pibiij 11. iiic ciiiyifur,
coTtmanderof the 51I1 rrghnent of Kan
;ersr had 4 hoifes killed under him ; un.
.l I illklll.tll I t Jt V . tf ,A .1
n tne 5th he was wounded inmklf, atttr
etzinn a Hand ot colors. 1'nncc Murat
otfljwi great praife on the ft crn incuvas
( gen Ktlityman, n the h--cthartts
uiy si.d u llslin'ur: ai d in-
fine on alt tho irnertU, lor one knows
rui whom KMiaint tacai.fc i!u y tliould all
be name.l. i he Ul.ticr , the train Imvc
ttielittd the praifesnf tnermy. The ait
tillety inaite a drtadfi.i h-vock amor.c the
riicntv. V. nen a', aC(kri.i wit vwtn .I
it to the tinted r, c fij, Ut fuccrfLs
give me pi. -ift.ii ; f r i i .ne not lotvnt
that it was in il.is ct tpt that I began uiv
military csicer. ..
The perm's aiJ-de-nmp, grn.'Sa
vsry, had aciotiuaiitd the emperor if
(mm many afirr the iftrrview. to kuow
whtthei tlietm; tior oi HuiHa adhertd to
'he tranltiilalion. iltfcui d ihcwfrtnf
the Rollian auny wi .V titjier artillery
or bsrSct an 1 in a triilol ilift.rJrr.
f . " a. a .
11 was mMnignt 1 gtn. ? rtcidt rul ttca
lepulfeJ from GhI.!i oy Marfhat Da.
voufl. The Kullian army was furrouo
ded, not a n.m ruuld efcapei 1'iirce
Czartorirfki introlu-rd gen. Savsry to the
emperor. Tc!l your it after," cried
that rrincc , 0 that 1 am going away ; he
has wrought many miracles ; how this day
has incresfed tny admiration cf him I he
it prcdiilincdot Ilsaycn my army will
require hundred years to equal his but
can I ictiie.wnh fafeiy I" Yes, fire, in
fwered fererat Savary, if your msjetly rt
lifiei what the two emperors ol France
and Germany have sgreed upon in their
interview. And what Is it f Thai Iht
Ruffian army (halt riiirt home', by the
Oigts that fhall be rrgutated by the trap,
ror, and that it fhall evacuate Gtrmaoj
and Anflrla Poland. Uw ihUcondirion.
1 hate the etnptror'i ordus to repair to
our advanced pofli, which have already
lurn'd you, and 10 give oidcrs to arotrct
your icucar, at tre emperor wilhts rore
lpu the Irietnlol the ftifl cor.ful. What
Ciaur.tet tnuft 1 gite for that I ZUt,
your Word. I give It1 jroti. . ThU aU-rfct,
camp fet off in tulIRl0 mar Dial Da
vouit, to whom he orders to ccafe all
movements and to refrain quiet.
May this generofity of the Emperor of
the French not be fq foort forgotten in
Ruffia as ilie fine procedure of ths empe
ror, who fent back 6,00a rrven to the em
peror Paul with fo much grace and fo ma
ny tokens of ejleerri for himt
Gen.Savsry converfed an hour with the
Emperor of Ruftaaod found him fuch
as a mart of heart and fenfs fhoutd be,
whatever loifes he miy have experienced.
iThe monarch alked him to Kve him fomtf
ociansoiine engagement. iou were
infefroe to' mj W he." indrhoweVer.
you- were fuberior in all poifttff.attack,."
l Sire," antwcrel Gen. Savary, that 15 ,!
the art ot war, and the fruitM 15 years
of glory.. Tt is 1 he '40th battle'' the Em
peror has fought." "fThat is true, he is
' great warrbr. ' For my part, it is the
firfttime I have Teen fire. 1 have never
haiKihe pretentl.vn to ineafure with yo'i."
$u?& when you iiav'e gained experience,
you wilifurpafs him, perhaps. I fhall
now return to mv capital. I rame to the
afTiflance of the Efpcror .of Crrrnany.r
He has .made 'known f me tlt'bt he is la
lisfied -1 am fo.t'oo."
. On !us ii,trvipvyr vr it h the fcmperor of
GiTtnany, tl.c Krmeror told hirii, Mr.
ai J M, de Cnlleredo, MiellM Paget,
ano tvaiamunlki are all 6ne with your trw.
t'lder, Cobentjcl. Tlkv arrtlie rcarcau-
les ot :he war. nrt ii" V. 4 mnilmiKc in
anaridnn ynurfclf toihole intrrgueiS, tbcv
w'" ruin your afl'iirs'and a'ienate tbe
'xarij i f vrur Inhjicts, you whb have fo
many quali'irs to he tappy and beloved.
t An . Auflrfan. major having pre fp'n'fi
hitnfftf a'r'the advanced poD-, 'with ';f-,-atchtS
from Mr.', de Cohrntjel for Mr.
'eStadiiu', sfVieiini"; the Emperor faid
"I will hive n.ihinMo io" vfitti that
f ir.au,' wht has Tol l himlc'f. to Knaland o
(V ttv his eft ! . and who hi Hi'mrd h5
f benfe ard his ) aiion by ftitTyyinj hii fif.
ft Ws advi,e.; - S'
J'"Xberfprto rookrttie'ttea'tcit' itoiice
of Prircejohn of Lichvi flelii. ' .He fre-
rfOTtW :(, How u ifwhen one has
men ofqrfaf (!i(1inl:on, :thii one cjn fnU
eronr'e'f to ! led hv fools and intri
guers. In tai Vcrt John f Luhteh
Item is one ni' i, inft diOinuifhed rha
ra'lcrs, f.ot nn! ior his military ulcnt.
but for his-o olitic and kttowliJc. It
is confidently aulricd 1h.1t tle Rirtpcrnr faid
after - his mntcreofc wnh the. fctnperor of
Germfny, 44 That nsri has made me com
mit a fault, f,r I could have followed up
r-v vu'L.ry ami taken tlie whole Knflian
ntid Aull on aioiics. but. lown-'i. there
will lo forac tears Ids (lied."
, Thirlj.ttl.i ul Bulletin clht Creml Armj
AusTEtLtir, December 6..
General Friaut. at the battle of Atisterhit,
hd four lioi.es killed under hhn. Colonlls
Couroux and Df tnomiierdistinguished them
selves. I he trials oi murage are so nume
rous, that as they were rejWted to the em
peror he said, " I need all my power to be
able to recompense worthily these brave
The ftuMlan in fmhtintr. have the htd.it.
of Uyingdowh iIicm knepcks; andthc vhol
Rnssian army havinK jr-ri rnt to UlirrSt.
JkXMvre taken pusstsif n" of J.yJour.scU
cicrs. A trreat quan'.iy oflucrjac was al
so taken, aiwl the Soldiers have lound in it
nrr.l lleHrsnd, who had been dispatch
cd aftrr the buttle with a squadron of the
guards, ha brought in a Rrest number of
prisoners, It pietfs of cannon, and nuny
bfrv: w.-Rirofl well filled. he number
cf pieces of cannon taken up to this time a
The emperortestiSed some dissatisfaction
that plenijoteniaries had been sent to him
the day before the battle, and that the diplo
matic character had been prostituted. It ia
worthy of M. Cobenttel whem the whole na
tion lecards as one of the principal author
of all tit calamities.
Prince John de Lhtcntteln ia come to
meelthe emperor at the castle of Auattrlitm
The r.mperof has rrsnted him a conference
of several hours. It is remaried that the
trmperer conversed freely with this general of.
deer, who has concluded with marshal Iler.
thier an amistic of the folloinr tenor 1
M. Talleyrand la going to Nlcclsburg,
bre the negociations arc soU cpeaed.
, Atmitl'nt tolw!td krwttn lAri'f Imfittiai .Vis-
Ilii mjMy theemperw of tbe French,
aod l.is majesty the emperor of Germ soy 1
desirous reach the period ofdcEoitivc m.
goelationa, for putting an end to the war
which desolates the two states, have sorted
a a pftliminary loUpin by in armistice
HhUh ihall tobtlbue u jOI tHe conslaa'.ca cf
re 01 ntj
. . 1- ;
. gociations ; and in this case tlic armistice
hall not cease until fifteen days after that
rrupttire, and the cessation of the armistice;
shnll be notified to the pkriipotentiaries of -.
both powers, and at the bead-quartera ofbotla
armies. ; ' '
. . The conditions of tht Armt'stkt-artt
1 ". The line of both armies shall be in Mo
raVia, the Circle of I glau, th circle of Zu
aim, the circle of Drunn, that part of the cir
t:le of Olmutz, tipoh the right bank of tho
kmall river of TreEcboska opposite to Proa 1
nitz, as far as i empties itself into the Marck
;and;the right bank oftfie Marck as ftr a "
'the lu'ourh t ttfattiver into the Danube ', in
- cludifrg boweVer Presboure; ; but bo French
or .Austrian t ,rbopt; atalioAed, within Si .
cifcumrerence 'ofnvcor' six Jagie'a roundj
liOhtch, on the right bank of tht Marck.
The fine of the two 'armies shall, be&idest
comprehend, ' in the territoiy to be occupied
by the French army, tlie whole of Lower and)
Upper Austria, the .Tyrol, the States of Ve
nice, Carinihia, Styria, Carniola, the Coun
ty bfilorita and lstrla ; in short, in Bohe
roia, the. circle of Montabar, and all the coun
try oii the'east. of the road from Tabor to
2. The Hdssian army shall evacuate thei
Austrian Stales, a well as Polish Austria
v.".. M6ntvia and Hungary, within fifteert
days and Gaflicja within a tiionth The or
der of.their march shall be traced, the; it may
be' always known where it is, as well to pre
vent all misunderstandings
3. There shall not be made in Hungary a
ny kind of levy en manse, nor insurrections
and in Bcdiemia no kind of etlraordinary le
vy; no foreign army shall bv permitted to
erhcr the territory of the'HuUse of Austria.
NecAciatiorts on eadi side htll meet at
Nicolsburp'h, to proceed ihimediat'tly on tho
busincbs of negociations, 'in order to rsta
bfish promptly peace and harmony be'tweert
the two Emperors.
Dne inti-rchantteabTy between us the un
de'rnrd, the M.SrMml IlerthieV, r.ilninter of
war, major geneni! of Ure giviid army, chur--'
Red wi'h full v-ert fi'om .his n.iij -stv thei"
P.mrH-rorof the l iei c'i 2nd Mr"i of Italy -and
prime J"hn de Litli'i-nMciu, Iieutcr.iint
rj'rfinalvchoijed with full powefsT'Ora l :
m'ajeitv "tlie empeior -of Aubtria,' Linij ' t
i Hunuary fcr. " ' - '
At AuMertitr, the 1 3th frimaire, yearlij
(Gth Dee. IROCO
J. tunc - .. l.iJitenstcta,
ll.irtj.'thitil Ftul'mn of&t f7-fr f Amy. '
AcsTKiiiLiTr!. Tih t)cC.
The RrVieral in chit f Buvhrwikn l.iu bcert
killed, wiih many other Russian generals,
v-hose names are unknown. Our soldiets
have collected great rj'nairltit ef booty.
The Husslan ftencral Kutuso was wound
ed, and his son-in-law, a young man of great
The dead have been nnmhrred, fmro which
it appears that li- 00ft Russian. 6 00 Austri
an", and 500 f'rrrKb air kills d. We have
7.000 Hussians woidcd. Includirg all, e
have 3,009 I'rench aociuh il ; KntiJ Itoqer
VaJhuhcr is dend in imutquenre of h'n
wounrlai An hoi-rbtlorc Ms death hewrM
the emperor cs hwm 1 ih-d to have
rlnne mre f'ryru in onu hour I shail be no
more, 1 regrtt it not, Since I have participa
ted in a vi. uy which itire to vou a hap;iy
Hun. Wlun you shall think cfth'w Lrare
nicn, who devoted themselves to jcU, re
mcmler me. It Is er.ouch for tnc to mention
.to. you that 1 have a family, I need i,cr ro
defintuve peace, or ontil theffuptu!
commend it to yonr protection." General
Kellcfman, Sehastiard, and Tlilcbourareut
of danger. Generals Mausy and Demount
are wounded, but not dangerously. It'
mint be intercatisip; to be informed of the.
different decrees successively made by the
emperor in favour of tbe army j they art)
The corps ot general fiathowdeo which
oerupied the left of the army consisted f 27,
COO men; not a single one hss reioined the
Russian army. It was cspoacd for several
hours lo the fire of 40 pieces of cannon, a cart
of which composed the artillery of the Iff re
rial guard. The eamsre was horrible. The .
less sustained by the Russians cannot be cal
culated at less than 4 J .000 men killed, foun
ded, and made prisoners, and the residuo
who will return home with the emperor of
Russia, will not exceed 15.000. May ibis
prove a salutary lesson to this y6crf Prince,
and indue him to abandon the policy which
litlih gold hat purchased.
Msy b recur to those cM principle which
ar adapted to the Interest of his coentry and
etiaratt. and hmk tli& lmrA n.
II w - - " ? - , " VI.
I him by the vileotirsrchistsof !don. The
ajrtst Catharine understood well ihe(tniu
and rraourctsof Runt a, when, at the lime
ef tht Erst coalition, she de dined sendiftf tri
army, and was content to aid 'it w'lth hef
(ouruels and food srishev But ah had tho
eiperienceof a lont; reifrni and a knowkifgo
fthe character of her ration, tofrvide herj
she had reflected oa the dangers of oalitiom
Tbi etpcrience canaetii curt iilhf