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L/ovkit and Harwich Letters state that a heavy fifing has hem heard for two days alou» the trench and Dutch coast. Our Harwich correspondent supposes It may proceed from an engagement with the Scheldt Fleet whir1 may have slipped out-We wjh we could s" thai, we thoiigiit-so. But it is more prohabk that it !« a rejoicing fW a victory claimed b% the etie-'ny. fhy MoniLcur ot the 26th an Hoimces one in (lie f.>Ji;>>ving niati'ier — I P.- May 25.—Her Majesty, the Empress, Qtiofeii, and sie^ent, h is Shis day received in- telligence, that on the 20lh instant, the Em- peror gained a fresh victory over the Russians and Prussians, at Boitzen, the details of which are expected immediately. The details had uot arrived at a late hour this mowing, hut the previous Paris papers to the '24th, which brought down the opera lions of the enemy to the 18th, prepared us Ao Uxl)eei Otte ill ;I diy or two. iVTortjer, JMacdoiiald, Marmont, and Bertrand were in line opposite Bautzen." On the 16tll the young Guards left Dresden to join them. Key -and Latiristoo were at Hoyers Venda, and VscSor, Seljastiani, and Regnier marching upon f ji'riit).. The Prusian levy in masse seeing .OJI to be an object of apprehension to Buo- Eaparle, (hough he affiscU to ridicule it, and to say that it it is abandoned. He talks of a pr.M iamai ion having hep. issued to the inha bilauls of Berlin, stating that should the French arrive, the inhabitants were not to take up arms, but to receivelhem according to the usages of war." A proclamation has been issued, but of a directly contrary nature, informing the inhabitants that tlie/ft^masse is now formed that 11 every is making for the defence of the country and city, that incase of the eneixiy's venluring lo enter his Majesty's dominions, lie may be vi- gorollsly received and repulsed. From the patriotic sentiments of the inhabitants, it is I expected that tlfey will voluntarily render their assistance in the work to be performed." Two Heligoland Mails are arrived. They announce the arrival of the Crown Prince iu •Germany, and of his being expected at Ham- burgh. Mr. Cockburn, our Minister, had gone to meet and accompany him. It is said that 8000 Swedes have entered Hamburgh, 1 wi:*cli is considered to be secure from any < immediate attack by the enemy. The Danes withdrew on the approach of the Swedes. Against Davoust, who directs the operations on the side of Harburgh, the Crown Prince of Sweden is kuown to" have a deep personal eumitv. Kotzebue's Paper announces, in the most positive manner, that Austria has joined the allies, and that the Emperor of Russia and King of Prussia are goue to Prague. CountStadionsetoutonamissiontothe head-quarters of the Allies the day before Count Bubna set off for the French head quarters. They carried similar propositions to each of the Be,-ii,cretits.-Barelav de Tol- ly's corps is said to have joined Bulow and Kleist, who cover Berlin. .11

Thitrtidiiy, June 3

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Fairs in the ensiling Week,

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