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Ulm and Richmond — Bonaparte and McClellan. The Whig says a Northern paper proclaims the intention of McClellan to seize all the communications leading to this city, cut off the supplies, shut up our armies as Mack was shut up at Ulm, and take them all without a battle.--This is very grand a k and it is probably suggested by the defensive policy which the Government has adopted, and which
er whelming forces and either driven in or captured.
He then drew in all his remaining forces to Ulm, and on the 16th of October, ten days after the first blow of the campaign, surrendered to the n lready been lost in the various actions that had taken place.
Such is the difference between Ulm and Richmond, between Napoleon the great and Napoleon the small.
The French troops marched, on f red miles defeated the Austrians in seven bloody combat with the less to them of 30,000 men, took Ulm, and captured 30,000 more with an Austrian Field Marshal — all in six weeks. The Yankee troops ha