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ff were in Zurich. Two corps, composed of 5600 men, under General Gortschakoff, were placed on the left side of the Limmat, between Wollishench was:-- The division of Mortier, 6000 men, opposed to General Gortschakoff. The 5th division, General Lorges, 12,000 men, distributeurich, to cut off the retreat of the Russian left wing under General Gortschakoff. 3d. General Menard, with his remaining troops, was to dethe real passage took place at Dietikon. 4th. To prevent General Gortschakoff attacking the rear of the passing divisions, General Mortier0 are occupied on the right wing by a demonstration; 5600, under Gortschakoff, are paralyzed by Mortier's attack; so that, in fact, the main a and Schwamendingen. In the morning, Mortier had attacked General Gortschakoff with the greatest impetuosity, and had succeeded in driving left side of the Limmat to support Mortier, and they forced General Gortschakoff to fall back on Zurich. General Menard's demonstration on