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JVHATWILL BECOME OF A US TR iA P The Times military )rrespondent, writing from the head-quarters of thouisfcrian army, says: The army of the North has hrown its whole energy into one blow and failed. Stressful in Italy, contrary to all exoaciations, Austria as failed in Germany; what now remains ? Will Friice support the Italians, and Eussia strike a blow for tnaervatism ? Nothing more is possible here but to draw back the shattered remnants of a groat armjtnd strive to hold a position at Briinn or Olmutz, otfall back on Vienna. It ia probable that you, sitti^ at home in England, may know more about the fuire than we, who are at tho seat e £ war, can possib- determine. Silence ia no longer forced upon us. )t what ia left to say ? If even part of what is whioered in this time of depres- sion be true, Austria's fte ia now in foreign hands, I and our bast course is' to iturn to Vienna, where clone we csln make stirs of a-p<fc, and decide there on what is best to be done in ord- to enable us to follow the operations of this army.

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