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h armies were swept before them like chaff wherever they offered resistance. On the 4th of December, the Emperor entered Madrid in triumph at the head of 50,000 men. All opposition in the north and centre of Spain seemed to be crushed, except in then army too strong for him to resist, had come out from Portugal, and was threatening the grand line of communication with Madrid. Instantly his design was changed. He wheeled his whole army to the right about, and proceeded, by a march unexampled iiest, and most dreaded of them all, was the famous Empecinado, who kept the mountains of Guadelagage, from whence he kept Madrid itself in a constant state of terror, and even alarmed King Joseph, who had returned to the capital, for his personal safrtugal, the French Emperor lost his army in the disastrous campaign of Russia, Joseph Bonaparte could no longer remain at Madrid, but started for France, and was totally routed at Victoria, the English advanced into France, the great Emperor fell, an