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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE.

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FROM THE LONDON GAZETTE. Foreign-Office, June 22. Dispatches, of which the following are copies and extracts, have been received by Viscount Castlereagh, from General Lord Vis. Cathcart, K. T. and Lieut.-General Sir Charles Siewart, K. B. daied the 26th and 31st May, and 1st June, 1813. Ilead. qlUlrters, Jancr, May 26. IVly LORD. An opportunity offering for England, I avail mysell of it to acquaint your Lordship, that the enemy has lIeither followed the rear guard of the Allies with vigour nor success. The corps of Generals Barclay de Tony, bluchcr,Yorck, and Kleist, have moved on Leignitz; those of Count Wittgenstein and Gen. Miiaradovitch in the direction of this place but the latter has his advanced posts on the Buber river; the enemy occupying Lo en h ii rgh. The Allied army appear moving in the di- rection of Schweiduitz, thus having commu- nication by Czeustochau, with the Vistula, and heing- cnahle from ils immediate posItion to take every favourable advantage of what ever may nccur. Considerable reinforcements are daily ar- riving Ihave Llie honotir to be, &e. (SignedJ C. STEWART, Lieut.-Gen. t, Viscount Casflereagq, &c. &c.

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