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HISTORY OF EUROPE.
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General Aspect of Europe.-Resources of the opposite Belligerent Powers-and Views.-Fragility of Confederations.-General Maxims and Measures of Buonaparte.-Position and Strength of the French and Russian Armies.-Military Force remaining to the King of Prussia after the Battles of Jena and Pultusk.-The general Plans of the opposite Armies.-Battles of Mohringen-Bergfried-Deppen -Hoff-and Eylau.-Retreat of the French on the Vistula-and of the Russians behind the Pregel...
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Relative Positions in which the French and Russian Armies were placed after the Battle of Eylau.-Pacific Overtures by BuonaparteRejected.-Artifices of Buonaparte.-The Russians persevere their System of acting on the offensive.--Battle of Ostrolenka.— Skirmishes.-Triumphant Proclamation, or Address of Buonaparte to his Army.-Positions of the French Army in their Quarters. Bridges and Tetes-du-Pont on the Vistula.-Continued Skirmishes.-The most important of these.-Artillery taken from the Enemy by the French since their Arrival on the Vistula.— Progress of the Allies of the French, under Jerome Buonaparte, in the reduction of Silesia.-Siege of Dantzig.-Disposition of the grand French Army for protecting the besieging Army.-Dantzig defended by Nature and by Art.-Arrival of the Russian Emperor at Memel Followed by that of the Archduke Constantine with a Reinforcement to the Russian Army.-Grand Council of War concerning the Relief of Dantzig.-Of two Plans, that which was adopted.-Prussian Force sent for the Relief of Dantzig, defeated.Attacks of the Russians on the whole Line of the French-Intended to prevent them from reinforcing the Army besieging Dantzig.Dantzig surrendered on Capitulation-Conditions of this.-State of VOL. XLIX.
the Garrison at this time.-The Fort of Weischelnunde also surren-
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by Sir James Pulteney.--Lord P's Plan defended, and Lord C.'s at-
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