The division of Mortier, 6000 men, opposed to General Gortschakoff.
The 5th division, General Lorges, 12,000 men, distributed from Schlieren to Baden.
The 6th division, General Menard, 8000 f Klein, in the Frickthal.
There dispositions for the passage were--
The division of Lorges and part of the division of Menard, in all 16,000 men, were to cross the Limmat at Dietikon — thn, and the Artillery by Chef d'escadron Foy.
As soon as the passage had been forced, General Lorges was to leave a strong detachment opposed to the Russian right wing under General Durasoff, ak of Massena is executed with 20,000 against 6400.
On the night of the 24th, General Lorges, with his 16,000 men, noiselessly assembled near Dietikon.
Colonel Dedon had three and a open a road for cavalry and artillery through the Glanzenberg.
At half-past 7, the remainder of Lorges' 16,000 men, with their cavalry, crossed the bridge.
Two French battalions were directed at O