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in July. Masatna has be«n held responsible for the bloody affair of Bbcifberg (3 May), bat JL Qtchot seems to provs that he did not com* on the scene till the middle of the day, when his troop* wen already committed, and there waa nothing for it bet to persevere. In speslin^ of theruptare between France and Austria, in the fpnng of 1809, M. Gachot says that Mettwmich did hii utmost to F*»"it*in peao* and bring about a good undarstanriing. On the contrary, his npnaentatiooa in December 1808 diddoi:10.1093/ehr/xxviii.cxi.593 fatcat:mh46dm75w5aaldxino3y263xbq