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   Day (Newspaper) - May 11, 1809, London, Middlesex                                PUBLISHED EVERY At SIX LUCK The were then attacked by the had adVancad by theright baukv taiidshut fell iuto our and with we took SO pieces of 9000 ammuni tion 3000 bugguge and the hospitals and magazines which the Austrians began to Soaie Couriers and Aidsm Caaip of the Commander in Prime aud some convovs of wounded conniig from also fell into our BATTLE OF ON THE While the battle of Abensberg and that of Laiidshnt produced such the Archduke Churles had formed a junction with the Bohemian army under and obtained some partial success at One thousand of the who were left to guard the bridge of and who had not received orders to having expended their car and surrounded by the were obliged to This event made an impression npon the and lie swore that in 24 hours Austrian blood should flow in to resent the insult which had been of fered to his During time the Dukes ofAtierstadt and Dantzic held in check the corps of and There wus no time to he The Emperor began liis march from tvith tlie two divisions of the Duke of the of the Duke of the cuirassiers of Na souiz and and the At two oclock in the afternoon I KlOND I I s inm DIICII at New Boudst reel 11 Catalogues Great Sutnnier Course of wil mi tlie lOlli of at u i he by Surgeon jdiivcrfHtjuiKK iill be held wbeu treated will be discussed Siudctits views be Spiicieus apajrtmcnVs tlib lit i and with every coiivgu tii c oclock in the MrBrbukeJ aftcUdg and dcaiunstrate parts Ifce incopvtiueuces isunU arecodntelracttidbi Popilsinajj lie accpromodated iu j established in Josiruuio n AtiittuiiiicaJ ulli n to dissert in N is given that a Genera virgins of and the West Division of the Co of ajidcertainparts aUja the Cuiinty of is be held at in on the iii toiOBlcfe a t i collector elect in ihobi or rcfneed i of tlii Gnumissiou as may llubill day of liv order uf the Jh a a Young in a Hnbcr Iaw nbwkera Shop is perfectly qualified for having had 14 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markably Cist liaa excellent and is not with the luggage us or a person by is at thVGuii aiid tf glad to auswer all FRENCH FlftST April 1 The anny piesed the lun on tile 9th rii that was the signal for aud Austria declared au implacable war against FVtuice and her aud the Confederation of the The following were the positions of the French army her allies The corps of the Dpfee BAnerstadt at Ra The corps of the Rivoli at The corps of General Oudinot at The The three duisions of under the Duke of were placed ad follows The first coqiinandedby the Prince at MtJnich i the by at Landshut and by at t 1 5trunburgnr The Wurtemburgh division at The Saxou troops eu tamped under tlie walls of of The coqjs of the Duchy of cotn nauded by Prince in the environs of On the JOth the Austrian troops invested where they surrounded a battalion of Ba and at the same time invested vhere there was another battalion of liese took place without even a shot The Austrians published the subjoined Procla mation iu die The Bavarian Court quitted Munich for Dil The Bavarian division which had been at nd sheit went to on the left bank of he The division under the command of Geueral rVrede marched npon NeustadL The Duke of llivoli left Ulm for the environs if From the 10th to the l6th the enemys army from the Inn to the Iser there were everal skirmishes between parties of ca in which the were On the at the 3d and 3d egiments of Bavarian light horse completely outed tlie hussars of Stipschitz aud the Roseu erg At the same time the enemy ap eared iu large for the purpose of forming t the broken aud he Bavarian commanded by General rigorously opposed thfs niovemeut of nemyvbnt being threatened by the columns which had passed laer at and this division retired in good order upon hat of General and the Bavarian army ook a central position upon DEPARTURE OF THE EMPEROR FROM PARIS ON THE The Emperor learnt by the in the vening of the that the AUstrisuas had passed belitftj aud he set outfrpm Paris almost imruedi He arrived at oclock on morn ng of the 16th at and in the even ng of the same day at where he saw he of and half an hour vrth and promised in fifteen days 6 restore nim to the in which offered to hia and him greater than any of bis ancestors to tWrlTtHi at two oclock in the lis at wherelbeira gaye e necessary the neadquarters Were1 rembved draw It was then etident anoeu the plan of the Emperor was to vre the who had formed near and to attack them at the very think ing they were commencing the were marching to BATTLE OF ON THE On the by the Auerstadt began niarch in two The divisidiiSDf Mbraud and Gudin formed his the divisions of HUaire and Fri ant formed hib clivision of Hilaire arrived at the vil lage of and there uletthe superior in but inferior in and there the campaign was opened by a which was mostjrjprious to our Genera supported by General overturned every thing that was opposed to and took all tlie positions of the killed a great number of made between Gaud 700 The 72d Regiment distinguished itself on that day 57th maintained ita ancient Sixteen yeurs this rteirfleutobtajutd in Italy jtbe et the action ttcy preteiibionsto that title fheV attacked singly six Austrian regiments iusucces and routed Oo the at twooclock in ftie Moraud also in with an Austrian divi which he attacked in while the Duke with a corps of which marched from attacked them in This division was soon driven from ull and left severalhnndreds in killed and The whole regiment of the Dragoons of Levenher was and its Colonel killed Bavarian At the di vision of the Duke or Dnntzic formed a junction with thutof the Duke if In all these affiriitj Generals St llilairttand Friant particularly distinguished Those unfortunate who had been led from Vienna with music aud and under a persuasion that there was no longer any Frtrftcharmy in and that they would only lave to deal with Wirtcmburghers and displayed in thestrongest the resentment they felt for the error into which they liud been led and their terror was the greater when they saw those old bands which they had been ace us torn od to consider us their In all these battles our loss was compared with that of the who lost a lumber of Gedfcral Officers and who ivere obliged to put themselves forward to give courage to their The Prince of Lich General aud were loss of the Austrians in Colonels and Officers of lower was BATTLE OF ON THE The Emperor resolved to heal and destroy the Coips of the Archduke Louis and Geueral Kel amounted to On the his Majesty took post at Abensberg he gave orders to the Duke of Auerstadt to keep the Corps of of and in while with the two sions of Moraud aud Gudeti the Bavarians and the he attacked the army of the Archdtrke Louis and General Keller in ind caused the communications of the enemy to cut off by thb Dnke of who passed ay Freybergi and from thence prbceeded to the ear dt the Austrian The divisions of Moraud and Guden formed the and ma icemred under the orders of the Duke oTMbn The Emperor 4etermined to fight that day at the head of tlie Bavarians and WTrtetn He ordered the Officers of these two armies to form a and addressed in a ong The Prince Royal of Bavaria ranslattd into German what he said in The Emperor made them sensible of the confi dence winch he reposed in them He told the bavarian Officers that the Austrians had afways een their enemies that they now wished to de troy their independence that for more than 200 the Bavarian standard had been displayed igainst the But at this time he would ender them so powerful that they alone should e able to contend with the House of ie spoke to the Wirtemburghers of the victories hey had obtained over the House of rhen tljey iii the Prussian and of he advantages which they had recently obtained row the campaign in lietolii them hat the moment was coijie for carrying the war nto the Austrian This speech was epeated to the different companies by the which produced an effect which may easily be The Emperor then gave the sig nal for and planned manoeuvres ac cording to the particular character of the General a Bavarian Officer of great mje was stationed at and attacked Austrian which was opposed to General who commanded the Wir attacked the enemy oh their right The Duke of with the of hePrince and that owards tlie village of in order to each thegrand road from Abensberg to The Duke of with hi6 two forced the extremity of the pernya and overthrew every thing that was pjlosed to and advanced to Rohr and Ro Our cannonade was successful on The disconcerted by our did notliglit for mofethan an nd then beat Eikht 12 iieces of and were he result oFthls which cost as but a few tliev arrived opposite where thb lour corji of tlie Austrian consisting of meiij had taken a position the command of the Archduke The Duke of Moi tebello attacked the ewniy the with the division of On the first signal the divisions of the Dukes of Auerstadt and Dant and tbettivUion of light tavalrv of Geirtrul took their of the tuobt beautiful sights which war can present then seutfd men attacked on all oa their aud successively driven from all their positions the detail of the events would be too long if is sufficient to that the ene my was completely routed that thev lost the greater part of their and a qrcat number of prisoners and tlmtthe driven from the woods which cover were into the and cut off by The Austrian strong and at tempted to cover the retreat of their but they were attacked by the division of Snl pice on the jind by the division of Nar wut2 on the and the enemys line of sars and cuirassiers routed more than 300 Au strian cuirassiers were made As night was our cuirassiers conti nued their march to Ratisbon The division of met with a column of the tvjjich was escaping and attacked aud coiL pflHed it to suwfender it Consisted of three Huii gifriaiv battalions of 1500 The division of charged another division of the Where the Archduke Charles narrowly escaped being He was indebted for his safety to the rleetness of his This column was also broken and Darkness at length compelled our troops to In this battle of Eckmuhl not above half the French troops were engagedThe close ly continuedto detile the whole of tre night in small and in great All their the greater part of their 15 and fell into our BATTLE OF RATISBON AXD TAKING OF THAT OIT the at the army advanced upon Ratisbon the advanced formed by the division of and bv the cuirassiers of Nansoutz and St and they very scon came in sight of the enemys which at tempted to cover the Three successive charges took place all of which were to our ad vantage Eight thousand ef their troops having been cut to the enemy precipitately reput ed the During these our ligiit infantry tried to possession of By a most unaccountable disposition of his the General sacrificed six OF who forced tt penetrated into the without any The city is ed with a bad a Ixtd and a bad coun terscarp The artillery having the city wus battered with some It was recollected that there was one part of the fortifications means of a it was possible to descend into tbe to on the bther through u breach in the The Duke of Moutebello caused a battalion pass throughthis openiag1 they gained a pos introdnced theiuseiveb into the AH those who made resistance were cut to the number of prisoners exceeded In conseqtience of these unskilful the enemy had not titne to destroy the and the enemy passed pellmell with them to the left This unfortunate which they were barbarous enough to hus suiftred cons derably A ptirtbf it was on fire duriuu tlie but by the efforts of Snd his division it was at the battle of the Emperor beat sepa rately the two corpi of the Arrhdvke and General At the battle of he their and the general depot of their and the battle the four corps HohenzoHern Biid were The corjis ot Ce nerul arrived the day after the battle they cbuldonly be witnesses of the taking of Ratisfapni and then flwl into In nil these bittties our loss amounted to j 200 aiid 4QOO wpurnled 1 the French officers i li ed and and very eulogiuius upon the dififerent the Austrjan army kll have bepii engaged except iriieorcomrhabded ly Geueral Oa tlie other ueai one half of the French   

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