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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Foreign-OJfi.ce, Jung 26, 1813. The following copy and extract of dispatches fro,in Lieutenant "General the Honourable Sir Charles Stuart, K. B. have been received by Viscout Castlereagh, dated Head-quarters, Reichenbach, June 13, 1813. Mr LORD—The enemy continued in its po sit ions in the neighbourhood of Schweidnilz until this day, when the Armistice agreed (I" by the contending forcewns made known. His Imperial Majesty and the King of-Prussia lifive fixed their head-quarters, at country houses near this place; General Wittgenstein's corps d'armee, with Genera! Blurheris remains atSchwcidmtz and its neighbourhood. Ge ueral. Barclay de Tolly has his head-quarters here.. It appears the enemy had detached a corps:, immediately preceding fhe Armistice, against Boistch and Bulow, and a -sharp affair occur- red with the'former, who fell back some short distance, .being-grtvifjy overpowered by, tu.'iii hers. The operations of the above Genera-Is in t he rear of the enemy still coniinued to al.irni him, and to be attended with the greatest sue cess, which probably forced him to dctach. Various partizau corps have brought in many prisoners within these few last days, A brilliant achievement ol Gen Czernichef's at Halbersladl, your Lordship will hear 01 before this dispatch can reach: ou, so ldonol recapitulate it. I have the honor fo he, &c. CHARLES STEWART. Head-quarters, Reichenbach, June 6, 1813. The Allies iu a few short wteks have given two decided battles to infinitely superior num- bers; no day has passed without trophies of victory arriving at the head-qiiarlers of the army—no dav has gone by without affairs or skirmishes in which they have uniformly had the advantage. Committed to a desperate battle at Liltzeit, where they triumphantly stood and conquered, and from which the difficulty of getting up ammunition alone obliged them to retire, they executed the passage of the Eihc, than which no more difficult operation can be conceived, in tin. presence of a superior enemy, and traversed an extent of country of near three hundred miles, retiring, contending position after po siiion, and carrying with them between six and seven hundred pieces of cannon, without losing a gun or sacriifcing any of their bag 6 gage. -'I-