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thus revolutionised, into confusion,
gust, and his troops diven from the advantageous post they occupied here and at Neumark, a town in the vicinity.
These repeated disasters, in Germany, rendered more grievous by the intelligence daily arriving of the victorious progress of the French in Italy, ão an alarm at Vienna, almost equal to that which had been experienced in the commencement of the reign of the late empress, Mary Theresa, when she was compelled to quit her capital, to avoid the danger of falling into the hands of her numerous enemies.
The emperor Francis seemed on the eve of being in the like manner forced to abandon Vienna. His hereditary dominions, Bohemia particularly, were menaced with a fpeedy invasion by the French, unless an immediate stop were put to their career.
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