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In one day he broke through the centre of the Austrian army, which was scattered over a vast extent of country, and placed himself between the two wings. On the second, he fell upon the left, which he almost annihilated at Landstreet, seizing its communications and cutting it off from Vienna. On the third, he attacked the right, under the Archduke Charles, at Eckmiehl, and totally routed it, forcing it off upon the Danube in a lateral direction, exactly like McClellan's change of base to Westover and Berkeley. On the fourth, he attacked the rear as it was endeavoring to pass the Danube at Ralston, and annihilated the rear guard. The result, according to his statement, was a loss to the enemy of 50,000 men. We know not enough of Gen. Lee's strategy to compare it with the strategy of the French Emperor on that occasion; but the results have been equally brilliant and equally indicative of the resources of a great military genius. Day after day the enemy were beaten, until his disas