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; but he left General Kutusoff, with 27,000 men, in Zurich and its environs. Suwaroff, coming from Italy, wasamendingen. The headquarters of Kutusoff were in Zurich. Two corps, composed of 5600 men, under General ith his main body to march by Fahr and Hongg toward Zurich, to cut off the retreat of the Russian left wing une alarm spread through the whole line from Baden to Zurich, and in a few minutes the entire Russian army was ul Durasoff, if he should try to pass on the road to Zurich. The remainder, about 14,000 men, were arranged mpetuosity, and had succeeded in driving him toward Zurich. Kutusoff, thinking this was the main attack, caafternoon, when Massena had arrived at the gates of Zurich, and even summoned Kutusoff to surrender, that the nd they forced General Gortschakoff to fall back on Zurich. General Menard's demonstration on the left wingn he discovered his mistake, he endeavored to reach Zurich, and only arrived at a junction with Kutusoff by ma