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"HOW SLEEP THE BRAVE, WHO SINK TO REST
WHEN SPRING WITH DEWY FINGERS COLD,
IS SUNG ;
B E R LIN:
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CONTENTS OF THE SECOND VOLUME.
He is invested with the
order of the black eagle, 4. Entrance into Bohemia, 5.
Seidlitz, a pupil of Zieten's, 6. The passage of the
Muldaw, 6. The battle of Prague, 7. Iinportant ser-
vice rendered by Zieten, 13. He harangues the cavalry,
and restores the battle, 15. The siege of Prague, 19.
Zieten observes the army of marshal Daun, 20. He
pursues it, ei. Reconnoitring of Maleschaw, 23. He
covers the duke of Bevern's retreat, 25. Error of Fre.
derick the Great 27. Presentiment of Zieten, 29. The
king persists in his error, 31. He is undeceived, 32.
The battle of Collin, 33. Faults conimitted in the bat-
tle, 38. Zieten in danger, 40. He is saved, 41. Rea