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Bulletin Ah. -13, Is dated JVarsctxv, rJan.'
\t I30r. It states that Gen. C.orhincau had fol lowed the Russians from Pulttisk, hud reached O aroviel the first Janu irv, and had picked up 400 Russian • -Idlers, s - v eral officers, and many baggage wag gons. 1 hat m trohals Soult, Ni.v.; rince of Ponte Corvo (Bernadott< ) and Ik s sitrres, were encamped on the little ri ver Orcve; Duvoust and l.ani'sat Pul tusk. 1 hat the Russians cominu'. d to retreat; an d the emperor came back to ' 'Warsaw the 2d. That prince Jcr< me j had laid Breslaw in ashes, but the gat - ; risen had not surrendered. That aPrus- ! siait ctfrps of eight thousand attempted to raise the siege, but were defeated by gen. Montbrun with a body of V> i. t . m hergers and Bavarians, with the loss of .OJ men, GOO norses, and a convoy of provisions. It contains no other mili tary operations. Bulletin -1-3 /> dated Idarsaxv J an. V. It states,tliat Bresl.t x had capitulated, j • nd pi illee Jerome entered the place, ft was going to besiege Brieg,Schweid nit^., and Husel—that gen. Victor had marched to he dr. ge C< lb . j and Dan that gen. de ’/astrow had been ap pointed Prussian minister of lbrei >;n af airs—that the: French cavalry wore not f ar from Koningsburg, and that the Rus - ion arir.vwas continuing its movements towards Grodno. Bulletin 50 is date,! JVursrntf, 'far,. 13. It mentions that the troops found se veral Russians tick at Ostrolenkn, and tnat the illness in the Russian camp iu 1 reused daily, and that the gan ison ol iiresla.w (5,500 men) had defiled before pi inde Jerome. A detailed account is given of the affair between the Prussian corps and that of the Wirtembcrg rs and liavarians, mentioned In the 4«jth bulletin—the rest ol the bulb tin relates vo the progress of the Russians in Tur key ; the preparations making in Turkey 'o n ist the u aggressions" of the P.us .ar.s : and that A nstria and France are equally int tested fas well as England) n not seeing Moldavia, Waliachiu, Ser vi i, viieec , Pnnelia, and Natolia, be o.une the sport of the Muscovites. Hull.in ol is dated U ursam, cf m' 14 It notices the ofiicial di-mat. h of gen! riennmspsen to the king of P1Ussi;!i__ which it says was received with great joy; lut which joy, on the receipt 0f 0 tiler accounts; was turned into grief; ( and the consequence of the latter was, 1 the determination to evacuate Konings burg-that all the IVu i mi force ; tr\v n did n >t exceed thirty-two thousand, v.neot which were rithtli • king, others . i various garrisons in Prussia and Si U sir.. On the Una.-bun i dicial accounts it states, that H.ixho.vdea was not at dakow, ! Hennings.-n dal not say he ..Ur. j kut at Golvmhi,where he was beat en. It defies lh nnuig n n to shew a sin gle piece of French cannon taken, a sin gh standard, or more than twelve or fif teen stragglers taken; while the French can hew (5000 prisoner., two standards, v* hie h i. • Ic ft at Puhusk, an 1 30 >0 wounded, whom he abandoned in Iris bight. 1 he I ml! elm admits the French book care not to pursue him ; denies that the grand duke of Derg or Davouxt was opposed to him ; ami conclud s with a number of remarks on the effect jf such tidiculous relation: . 2 tt ■ rzv, Jan* 19. And gives an account cl the operati ons ot marshal iNlorticr in Prussia pro per, and an atlair between adetachmi nt ‘lorn the Prussian garrison in Colburg and a small cor] s of Morticu’s anmi in ’•'•Inch die latter tot : lour pieces ci cau uoa mjd lOO prisoner* It utUU that lirieg, in Silesia had surrendered ; th.it 1 Poland, rich in grain and provisions, j abort Is a plentiful supply; that Varsaw j .'-upplics 10- y-*00 rations tl.niv; that no i disease exi ;t cl in the army; that no se- ! v uv lrosts had been experienced ; and i di.u the emperor was daily upon parade, j i e vie wing his troops, and particularly the tmiscripts from Fiance. CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. 18. A council ot the ministers was held yesterday, anjd war was declared against Russia. I he Lleinas have pronounced it to he just ; the standard of the pro phet has been hoisted \ all the countvv is in motion. I’iie pachas of Komelia have received orders to advance with j tju ir troops towards the Danube ; ano- j t’.er army advances from A.ia, and will lollow the same direction ; tli i;rm,d vizier will t he ill - command, tk mat h with the holy standard. 21. Itaiir. ’ • was to he sent to the seven towers ; tie I‘ reach ambassador, far lrotn imitatiu;' tire cotiduct cl that minister, was tli first to advise the Porte to send ! >r ' hack honourably. Ten sail of the TiV--V 1 are couippinir, the prt ss ha. *. tkem \ lu , I * i and produced several sailors; the two hi.gli u mij '.arc ttill before Constanti no; .*• ; ill> riti. h minister does not ap ;- ir to have any instructions on so un x pick'd a t ircumstance. It is the in sulting pi < of gen. M ich ! on which has cMit a throughout the em pire this gem r d movement ; tin- Turks say th t tlu}-would rather die lighting scynu tar in band, under the banner of tla. prophet, tlian uhmit to such out rages. The patri ircli, a venerable man, a ho porc c s-s the greatest influence, and the prince . Callamacchi and Sttzza, li.-.ve mad * Known to the Creeks, bv a proclamation, the incalculable misfor. f,*iii-s t! at wii! befal th m if they do not shut their ear.-, to the p rlidious insinua tion . of ili* Russian agents. Alternate victims oi the Russian arms, of the arm , oi th Turks, and perhaps of any other power, die country would he laid waste for a century, llut the brave have not Ce.is.d to exist in Europe; and they '" id n t sutler the vast empire which extern.., its confines to China, to reig:. d io on the Bosphorus. The Turks mav perhaps, be beaten, hut they will even tually he conquerors—they have a pov - en d ally. It is this on which we repose our confidence : he will not permit that til ir enemies should provoke them any lowyr; hat the people whom he has al - ready si veral times vanquished, should destroy the* most ancient and most ne cessary of his friends. Already lm ( amp is upon the Vistula ; already the Rus.bans, which are in sight of our troop sufficiently manifest the terror which pervades them. Our enemies will be confound, d, and our empire wrl come out of this struggle & re-establish itself upon its natural alliances. [Paris Moniteur, Jan. 20.] STRAI.SL Xi), Jan. li*. I he T'rench general Mortier has a g.ii'i taken possession ol Anclam, with a corps ol 5000 foot and 1000 horse. 1 he i est ol his corps, which is in the wliole estimated at 14000 men, occupy the n ighhouring country ; it is said they r mucli from want of provision. In the duichy of Mecklenburgh remain nl present hut very few French troops, 'no t < i them having mat ched to Pi us •SK:* In the mean time the country is treated in the most hostile manner ; in the towns all sorts of goods are taken a'y’V mi pretence of their being Kn gl; h ; contrii mi -ns of every descrip tion arc levied on the country.