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tlon on the 1 7th near Kemt ton took 230 prifoners,
and again defeated the French on the. 20th, in a
battle near liny, in which the lofs of the enemy a-,
mounted to at leaft 1200 men, 10 officers and 500
men were nude prifoner and ihe reft of the whole
corps killed, woundedAor difperled. General La
touir write! that, ii thednferent a&ions that have
takeo pi ace-ift-Bavaria, l jpo prifonfS have been
taken frbln 'theepemvV'and their" waf chefts. 1 The
Gazetee th;n proceeds : V j
After the troops under xgeneral Latonf had
.palled the Lech, thpeatants ihewed every fign of
hatred to the common enemy : Uicy every re
collected in gr-iit numbers, rang the alarm bells,
Armed themfelves with mufquets, pikes and every
kind of Weapons, and offered to join the van guard
to purfile the enemy.. Major general count Vaillet,
who commanded the v an guard, defirous to profit by
their ardour, put 1206 of them under the direction
of the captains Mefcry and And re fly.' Their zeal
is4h fact enthufialm, and fhews how much they
B R E M E N, Oetobety.
The enemv not being able to cope with the brave
Amtnans. are now trying in tne environs 01 uunc
-TtnTffr-wh.it rhev carretFea among thefflfelve;
fcarcelv a dav oafies without fome bloody rencontre;
an latterly, as n tfr hefni-e me ttates; COO of them
were killed. It Is well known that the greateftani-
-iirofitjrhaslongprevailed among thofe fons of rapine
and anarchy. A plunderer of the Sambre.-aod
Meufe army has the mod rooted averfion to the fa
vage citizen of the northern banditti vice'verfa.
Ill Ilj?J jhatBuonaparte na experienced a total
' deTeat in Italy but it ii Very much to be queftibh
ed, whether general Wurxnfej: has as yet ventured
to march' out of Mantua. A letter, however, from
Aoglburg,' now on my tablerftates unequivocally,
that, on the 14th ult. before Mantua, the French
Iwere beatenwith conGderable lofshad twd gene
rals kit led.and that gen; Maflenathough dangerouf
ly wounded, fell back, towards Verona and Baflino.
Buonaparte, it is further ftatedthrew himfelf into
the finall fortrefs of "Sanqumetto, where he was foon
after, furrounded, and finally taken prifoner by the
-Auftrians, who efcorted him" to Mantua ! This let-
rer bears date the 20th bept,
country, from which lie drew formidable reinforce
ments ot a thoufand robbers, and thus defrauded the.,
gibbet of its due.
The grand end propofed by geueral Hotze, fecnis
now to be a pbwerjuldivVrhon, while,, the, imperial
Duke attacks Kehl in military form:" Som (hells
l ave been already thrown into Landau by the Auf
triansThe 6th inllan't his royal highnels had hj
head quarters at Rafladt. oreaur9 friends on your
fide ot the water, have reafon to ..tremble for the
fateot their porUgt who continues in jeopardy ;
(hould he efcape from the Auftrians, how can he a
Tgid ilirgtiillotWi - r-7-- -
Venice, 5 't.'aj.'Another fevere action las tak
en place near Mantua. ' which ended to the advan-
t rary , , pr cor re fondt nt fi ates, th at ant ef .we wa
routed, be Oft olr lor the Milanele, to expedite the
march of reinforcemenis. , -v ...
-"Yeltertfay Jilp"atchesere received from Robert
Cfaufura, dated Sweitzengeii, jQctober 2 & ,
by which it appears; that nothing inarerial had oc-"
curred in the army of the Archduke fince the former
: Letters :were. likewife.:rece:vcd : yefterdyi from
Mr. Drake at Venice, by which it appears that there
were 30000 men in Mantua on the 13th ult. when he
'eceived the lalt accounts. There was alio 'a conli .
fo many as in the French army, in which the num
ber of fick was daily increalino;.7 The Auftrian
tage of the Auftrians. On the 23d, the advanced troops were, wheu the accounts left Mantua, under
guard of the Auifrtan reiniforcements, amounting to. fome alarm, left they fhould not be relieved, a they
I8.CXX3 men, arrived at I reu , ... oen Moi eau con
tinues his march through t M bTilgaw towards the
Milan, .Sept 24. On the 21ft inft. anotl er ob(ii
Tiate engagement took place near Mantua, in wliich
"The "" Frenctrtott4Sco men and a treat quanrity ol
artiSJery -Wefixped-J)ere-abwt 3;X30 wounded
French. -The fiege of Mantua mult now a fee n
time be raifed. ;
. Stutoard, 00. 5. On the 16th of Sept. ,cn.
Kroliclf, compelled the French to abandon their pu
fition near Zcll, and retreat to W urtzach. The
booty. The lofs of every kind w hich the French
have, faffered along the lake of Conftaoce from the
Auftrians and the armed peafants, efpecially in car
riages, and. baggage, is extremely great. -
Trftters-frwnBnxehtr ofthe-2 5Jth ftidKHneipojadea
Infpruck of the 26th, fpeak, but hot explicitly, of
lbme recent advantages obtained by General Wurm
fer's army in Italy. The Dutch poft juft arrived
ders it extiemely probablei that what I fent you in j
my laft, a$ merely a report, is"' novw. foundecrupon
facts ; it is pretty well known, that thofe who, in
Holland, ; drag the reins of the ftate in the mire,
are not very expeditious, when there is queftlon of
announcing the non-fuccefs of the French troops.
The 7Vif--p9?f of Nieuwied, was formed and
carried - the 1 ft inft, at three o'clock in the rnorh
logand - the whole of the enemy who defended -it-were
made prifoners of w'ar. I cannot enter into a
circumftantial detail of that brilliant affair, in
which the Auftrian heroes, as ufual performed mi
racles of bravery. . j. . , . . r
On the Upper Rhine every thing goes on to admi
ration. After the aions at NenJfadt and IngoU
- ftadr, Moreao fell back byway"of Bcrghaulen and
Frebach, towards Martenzelle, where the Imperial
. Rivalry furprifed and drove him towards the -Lech,
after having taken from him. 16-pieces of cannon,
J S ammunition waggons, and 46 bagga ge waggons.
Moreau halted at Erufting and OberdoriF, to make
head againft the Auftrians ; hut the Imperial Gene-
with fuch impetuofity, that, after cn action Which
lafted two and twenty hours, the .French army was
qompletefy routed ; 2J,ooo lay dead on the field of
battle. It is ip confequence of that battle, fo difaf
trous to the encjiv. that Morjean attempted to make
nis appearance in r rancoma; aa inai you iecrwnar
I ufual ly tranfmit to you as a report, 1 hate foon the
iai.isiaci.ion or alluring you oeyona a aouoc. 1 nope
I ihall foon inform you that the French have thought
L O N D O N, Odtober i 1.
' The king of Naples had determined again to a5l
with vigour o&enlively. He had detached a conhde
rable body of cavalry and infantry from the inter ipr
of .the country to adt with the Auftrians, and a part
ot his fleet had again put, to fea.
The three Hamburgh mails thrit were due, reached
town this morning, f hey hi ing a vaft variety of
interefting matter, of which We (h:ill endeavour 10
lay before our readers a fatisfadory ubftr;i(ft.'
Qne very prominent and important pa t of the
intelligence is, the repeated account of Buonaparte
having been taken prifoner, This event was ftated
in our paper of Monday laft, in a letter from a cor-
of it which came to this country,
An article from Vienna of the 5th ftarcs, that
general Wurmfer had frequently attacked and re-
pulled the enemy with lofs.
A letter from Han'au of the trh inft. fays, that the
gazettes there aflert, that field marlhal Wu.mfcr
to,:aud defeated them with the Jofs of 1 5,030, men ;
and this is further Urengthened by an article fro
Ratifbon of ihe 3d ial w hidv fa that-Worinfex
after fix days fighting, had entirely 'defeated the.
.. . t 1 1 4 1 r , 1 1 I .
proper to evacuate DufTeldorfF!
Ottobsr 1 irit is now well known that, in the late
" affair before Mantua, the French loft, betides a con
- fiderable parr of their artillery, 6000 men three
generals killed, Kilmaine, an Irifli rebel alias Jen
pings : his being cut off f r 6m the face of the earth,
-will, in fome Ibrt, atone to his refpeftable family
for the diferace under which they have lone labour
Tamed with the point of his lwdrd : the iecond who
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icu lav ucrtuicr, wtu miuu iui uis iiuuiciiluuiiviuus
Htajfent in to thcgajlarit-g
"liifdrSeWurler, whom Buonaparte aTwayrpraifed
in the moft hyperbolical manner.-- Maflena received
V a wbun4, whicH ii fappofed to be mortal t this mart
js a sarauiian luojecc, ana, lonitcnjr wn toipurai
of infantry, The French commander in chief, has
thought- oroner- to calbier ceneraLAngereatt. for
Lsq wardiceThisIfelQ h a s Jh i m fel f . nnba p tized ,
and modeltly aflumes the name ot 1 lector, as iiout.
nonville ufurped that of Ajx-li- ,.
After Buonaparte was routed, by what heimpu
dently termed the remains of the;Aftria'n armv, he
fet oii for -the- Milanefe. to: recrnir ijbut Tie; found
none to volunteer their lives.in de Crnce or the French
enemy on the 2orh ult. whofe lofsin killed amount
ed tooooo.men,-and in prifohers-to 7000;- Among
the latter was Buonaparte.
Moreau was continuing his retreat, to.wai ds
Switzerland, but not without" being frequently at
tacked, and as often efcatedjyhejuftn
thliTl'urrounhTm. We refer to the variety of ar-
vvere at that time ignorant of reinforcements march'
ing horn the Tyrol. . -
Jt does nor appear that general Wurmfer had been
obliged to take ihclter in Mantua, but had himfelt
chofen to go into that garrifon withliis army." Ge.
raf4iaYeraidheifietpa4-eem in afld-under-Ge-a-
The attack at St. George, was much more fatal
to the French than the Auftrians, the former having
loft above two thoufand men in that affair. The
Naples a(li(tingin obliging the French to raiie the
ty for admiral Sir John Jarvis, wliich were ordered
to be fenfofF with a IF poUibfc expedition tothe7
An exprefs was received at' the fecretary of ftate's
office yefterday, from Dover, which announces the
f ife arrival ot Lord Maln;fbury and fuite at Ca
lais; from whence they- let forward;-whh the ap
pointed efcort, to Paris, where they were expected
to arrive laft night. ..
Letters irom Copenhagen of theift. infl. announce
that all Torts of Laft iiidia or Chinefe goods belong
ing to the powers at war may be ftiu in foreign -bottoms
from india to the harbo.ur-of CopenhagenT
without paying any more duty than the Dan'iih (hips.
We hear that an inemoiis artift-has lately trans
ferred to thc.Admit alty iioard, a propofal for njak
ing a maihine, by the help of whicli perfons may
dcicend with iaiety into the deeped water, and re
main for hours have hifficient litrht and aftion to
inter thehdlds of veflels, and perform fuch necefla
vy bnfinefs as may beVequired ; at the fame time be
enabled to commtTnicatex their fentiments to thofe
above, and like wife rcceivt-inftruclions from them.
frtriflneceHary to Jay anyTnTng a'boiVt" 51 ?tiiy
of fuch an invefition in the railing of funken veflels,
1 lie recovery of wrecks, &.e. - - ' -"':"". '
at Cow s r -
The. following par liculars refpeciinc: the motrny
1 of., the foreign raiment at CovesT are "given in a
ed as caviir)4 agreeably, as they infilled, to flipula
It ion : they' wtrt ordered batk to Engla'ud by the
generaiai.iddifeiirbarkeLirom-tranfports at this
place about fix weeks ago. On Sunday laft an order
was received to draft tliem into the diiFerent foreign
particular detail of the circumftahces of his retreat, iegluieuts,how tbout to f,itfor"St.rDomingo";-no
and the fituation of his army. foone'r was i he report made known to them, than
tides which we have taken" from .the mail, for a
The A rchduke Cliarl es.. w as continui ng his r 0 u te
into Suabia, and general Petra fch was advancing to
the Black Foreft, to cut off the retreat ot the French
by that route. It fetmed to be the defign of Myreau
to get into Switzerland but the Auflrian; will
doubtlels follow himhltheroi--quit-hinvLtiU-lns
I'cui utiiou man oe complete. -v
On the LowerRbine. there had been fome affairs
of pofts, whjch uniformly ended to the advantage
of the Auftrians. S ,.
-.-The difbrder of-the French-t rmies trotrtinued rrr
abated, and the-troops of-ike routed armyi and thr
reinforcements of the North; had brokenintoopen
rupture. . . .. ' . '. , ; " , .
Oflobtr 22. We preient, in our paper of this day,1
fome further extracts troth the Hamburgh mails, and"
which the late hpurfeiivery of the letters, pre
vented lis from giving in oar paper of ; yefterdayr"
"V On the i ft intf.he Auftrians ftormed and carried
the important poft of; theTete du Pont of Neuwied,
making the whole of the.French whq,defehded if,
prifoner s of war. f '
, General Hotze had pafled the Rhine near Man
heiinj-wrtlra detachment of ten or twelve thouland
nienfihe prppofed olijedt of this manoeuvre was'fup
pofed to be a diverhon, while the Archduke fliould
letter from tiiat place, dated .i,!ie joth inlt.
The. mutinous Hula lis went out with Sir Ralph
Aberc r pi bi e- to t! ie - Wt-ft-1 ndies 4 afh Glinlhnasbii r
refuied to ait at St. I. ticie. unlefs thev were mount-
they unanimoufly niaiiifcfied the tnoft daring fymp-
ioiiu or reimance ana noituuy, a guard ot iixty
men was called out, arid charged with ball, on which
they retreated to. their barracks; the doors of which"
they barred, and fwore vengeance againft the-firlc
guard went near the window to expoftulate with
them, and had a piftol fired at him, on which fur- '
ther violent. meaLures were., fufpended, . till orders'
from the war office Jhould be received. The town
great ''ft con ft erha.tion nor are the apprehenfions of
the inhabitants yet allayed,-as thefedefperadoes
perfift iiffwearing they wiJI yield only with their
lives. They are for-the molt nart vounr men of
j rt -
nremcly good"appearance,'and it is fufpected thaT
the French, of whom ihere are neaT an-hundred,
are morelnclined to repubiieanifm, thatv. the -caufe
rbey hve engaged to defend. . . - '
Anicles from Milan of the 24th, and Venke of the
25th ult. concu,r.inliatinrf that obflinate actions had
taken place near Mantua.!1 Onthe 21ft a battle w
iougnr, in wnign tne r rencn 1011 4000 . men, ana a
great quantity of artillery, and it was concluded
that the fiegeof Mantua moll be a fecond time raified-,
Od the 23d ult. the vanguard of a"Veintorcement
:of 1 8,ooo':bftrwl Treaichssl -TryWwitnii
two or three day's march ot ' Mafitua
Anarticlefrom Mihn; 6T'the26th olt. dates that
the Pope had given a negative to the terms popofed
by trie r rerrth
SI OLN from'the-lbcriber's -wptigon on Mon
day evening tine 26th Dec. the iollowing arti
cie) viz.... 3 ya,rds ifriped coating, 1 large rofe
blanket, 7 ydrds linen 1 and a halt yards ribbon, x
filk handkV Fcolton d
a half yds.' cottOn cloth, 2 doz. imall buttons, 1 and
JlliifjjpjjjJare do q ttii ks tyi ift..i. .waiftcoat -pattern,
1 pair plated cotibh flockings,' 1 roll pb- !
ma turn, i do. black ball, half a pound fpice, and
2 and an 8th yds. dark fuperfine luoad cloth whd- '
vcr win give inroruiai ion 10 me printer 01 tnis
paper, fo ttiat thcgootls nay be recovered, Ihall re
ceive Five-Dollars reward, and all necefTary charges.
We do not find the repo''t pf general Buonaparte
laviueoeea taken pr4loiriifirmcd-Oivth-GOH--
COMMIT Fr D to the jail of ts-townr-on the
4th of, T;inuary. a nearo wench, named NEL-
Neil M'Alpin, on the Rhaft
Swariip,..in RobeLon counry.1 he prnnnetocjs re
qurfted to apply to the fufcriber, and pay the nc
cell.iry chara-es, and take herawav. -
iuv-ilier Jaiir yih - r-y. J ESSE-TrE