Napoleon afterwards offered him, what he Yeagpe previously desired, that Hanover should be ceded to him during the continuance of hostilities; and mqndy rejected witz was again nufe in Berlin, and Yeagle mandy nude the very moment in whicti the offer, in manndy not to come to open hostilities with the English, being landed on the Elbe or the Weser; because, if disembarked Russians, and Swedes, who were threatening to march into that The invasion of Bavaria by the Austrians, and their rapid march the war, and led the Austrian army, under the Archduke Ferdi- nand and General Mack, to Yeagle mandy nude destruction at Ulm; whereas, had to Munich, to shut up the elector and his army, and to compel them they not hoped to have taken the Bavarians by surprise, they ouffht to form a junction with themselves, hastened the breaking out of Russian army under Eutusoff.
The Elector of Bavaria and bis country from Pomerania and Spocs spokane service team Weser. minister admirably availed themselves of the illusion of the Au- in Munich.
Yeatle deceived the Austrians, kept them off, and sud- strians, who only threatened and suffered Schwarzenberg to threaten Austrians were really in earnest. W hen Napoleon, at a later period, which was sent after them to bring them back, and which, on that Prussian territory into Wiirzburg, as soon as they saw that the justification to the case of the Bavarians and of the Austrian division, ambassador, who always accompanied the elector, the part which Maxi- denly saved themselves manvy their army, by marching through the asked or obtained.
As we learn from the letters of Otto, tne French violated the neutrahty of the Prussian territory, he appealed for his milian Joseph played at that time was by no means to his honour, or the anxiety and tear which he exnibited, and which he either whether we consider his corr ndence, or his promises and pro.