into the Tyrolese.-The Siege of Mantua resumed.-Marshel Warmier,
powerfully reinforced, makes Head against the French in the Venetian Ter.
ritories. But is defeated. The French take Possession of Trent.—Conti-
nued Success of Buonaparte.-Marshal Wurmser, with the Remains of his
Army, makes good his Retreat, and takes shelter within the Walls of Man-
tua.-Corsica, evacuated by the English, returns under the Governm nt of
France.-Pacification between France and Naples.-Including the Bata-
vian Republic.-Religious Zeal of the Romans.-Awakened by the Court
of Rome into Rage, and avowed Preparations for War against the French.
A new Republic, composed of several small States.-Prevalence of the re-
publican Spirit in Italy. -The Austrians, reinforced with Troops from
Germany, advance against the French.-Retake Trent.-But are de
feated with prodigious Less at Arcola.-The Austrians, though frequently
defeated, return to the Charge.-High Spirit and Courage of the Troli-
ans.-Devotion of the Army in Italy to the French Republic.—Patience of
the French Soldiers under manifold Privations
Campaign in Germany.-Opposite Designs of the French and Austrians-
Successes of the French. They invest Ehrenbritstein.-Driven back, by
the Archduke Charles, to Dusseldorff.-The Divi im of the French Army
under Mreau takes Post at Strasburg.-The Plan of Operations proposed
by this Genera-Crosses the Rhine.-Reduces the Fortress of Kebl.-
Defeats the Austrians, under Marshal Wurmser, near Philipsburg.-
And in various and successive Engagements.-The Austrians retire, in order
20 wait for Reinforcements, into the Interior of Germany.—Junction of the
French Troops under Jourdan and Kleber.-These united reduce Frank.
fort.-Successes of Moreau in Swabin.—Cessation of Hostilities between
the French and the Princes of Wirtemburg and Baden.-Conduct of Prussia.
A Prussian Arm, tak-s Possession of Nuremberg.-Impolicy of the French
in the Mode of raising Contributi ns.-Cause of this.-Depredations of the
French in Germany.-Operations of the French Armies under Moreau and
Jourdan.-Disasters of the Austrians.-The Emperor represents the Situ-
ation of Germany, and his wa Situation, in an Appeal to his Bohemian and
Hungrian Subjects.-Diet of the Empire.-Partakes of the general Can-
sternation of Germany. — Determination to open a Negotiation for Peace
with France. The Tide f Success turned against the French by the Ger.
mans, under the Archduke Charles.-Obstinate Engagements.—Masterly
Retreat of the French Armies.-Particularly of that under Morsau.--Con.
sequences.-The Austrians occupied in the Sige of Kehl.--Sally of the Gar-
rison there. Various Actions.-Armistice between the French and Austri.
ans.-The Diet of the Empire re-animated by the enterprising Spirit and
Success of the Archduke Charles, solicitous to regair the Favour of the Im-