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length of France, about the middle of September, and were on the Rhine by the 25th. They had marched five hundred miles in the interval, and they had no steam to help them. On the 26th Napoleon himself arrived at Strasburg, and the same day the French crossed in five columns at different places on the river. A portion of them maneuvered before the Black forest in front of Utah to persuade Mark that they meant to approach him in that direction. The others crossed the Danube, united with Marmont and the Bavarians, and with and marching down the river, the whole recrossed to the side they were originally on, and placed themselves between Ma and VI . Mack had several divisions stationed in his rear. They were all successively attacked by over whelming forces and either driven in or captured. He then drew in all his remaining forces to Ulm, and on the 16th of October, ten days after the first blow of the campaign, surrendered to the number of 30,000. As many had already been los