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[ The Situation of Austria.

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The Situation of Austria. What is certain is that, to stop the enemy who has hitherto been favoured by unheard-of good fortune, we have a strong and resolute army. A second batt -!o may turn the situation to our advantage, and crush Prussia overweening. May God make right triumph, and grant this satis- faction to our loyal patriotism! But it would be silly not to admit that the fate of the monarchy really depends on the result of the blow which is about to be struck. We have read in a Vienna paper that Austria, after the defeat of her army, would put a second, nay even a third, on foot, if the second succumbed. This is simply deceiving others and deluding oneself. By means of a colossal sacrifice, Austria has put herself in a position to try the fortune of war once more. If again this time chance turned against her, the game would be finished. It would not only be Vienna, the capital of the empire, but the whole monarchy which would be opened to the enemy. We certainly do not say this to disce-tarage people, but rather t(ó) excite them to make supreme efforts in order that the blow we are forced t..) strike may be well prepared and irresistible, and that success may be ensured beforehand.—Dsr Volksfreimd, a Vienna paper.

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