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ITHE ARTS, LITERATURE, &c.j

[ The Situation of Austria.

Affairs in Turkey.

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ThePrMt™S,eSt^I'USSlT- Aschaffenburg, ia BaXria Tha &tg'°sar have beaten were composed °pS WAhlc^ .fche? ana Hessians. The road tn p A"™' Austrians, consequence of thia fresh a,,™ rankfort is opened in on the march for that town whiJh i?8^06 t,h0y are have been themselves under' th« £ trooP3 ing. It is probable that the Mm?°essity of evaouat- commandea by Prinoe greatly exaggerated, for if they were 100 onn ^aa was at first stated, they, doubtlj JWld » J?l' drawn without attempting at least ^e.w Moreover, the party of the Diet thoush<- rf.9 ance- some days ago to transfer the seat of itf p"?Per to Au-sbur!, a proof that the Fedeml weratlons considered insufficient to protect Frankfort P3 Were In Moravia the Prussians have occupied the canital A telegram from Berlin announces that 45,000 men entered Briinn on the 13th, and that King William re- ceived the principle authorities. It was pretended that the Austrians had organised a formidable defence at this point, and the corps was even named which was to oppose the enemy. Nevertheless, there was not a shot fired; Briinn was without troops. According to the Vienna papers, it is on the line of the Danube that Austria will concentrate her forces and prepare to take her revenge. According to them, there will not be _less than 400,000 men between Olmiitz and Vienna in a few days. The Prussians, on their part, are thinking aocmi filling up the gaps niaae by the war, and, very speedily, all the men belonging uO tiie l»5t and ^nd bum ct tue Landwehr will be called out who have remained hitherto at home. There ia some thought, it is said, of a general arming, but this intelligence is uot cou* firmed.-— £ <? Constilutionnsl,

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