The Times London March 1863
THE POLISH INSURRECTION. CRACOW, Fir. 23. The Czai of to - dsyannounees that tho Russians have been beaten by Langiewicz near Malagoszec, after an engagement which lasted five hours. Malagoszec is in ruins, BERLIN, Mabch 1. Private letters received hero from Warsaw state that the Government is publishing a journal for private circulation exclusively among military me;;, The reports from the theatre of war contained in this journal admit the Russian losses to bo con stantly augmenting and state that the insurrection is daily upon the in WAESAW, MAr.cn 1. A supplement to the official Dzienriik, publishod to - dav, anno an ces than, the bands of insurgents commanded by Langiewicz and Jjexirranski have . been totally defeated near Woloszezow. Tho insurenU are stated to have lost 70 baggage wag',ims and 152 horses. Langiewicz was wounded and fkd. . ThK5jav(nU are said to bo seizing tho fugitive insurgents and to have already given up 200 to the Russians. LEMBEEO, MAitcnl. Lruigiowicz is reported to be wounded and his forces diirssd. ' - ; , It is stitod that tho insurgent leader Bogdanowicz has been captured.