In the Vosges, Garibaldi's presence has as yet produced no
good result. General Werder attacked and defeated the French near Gray on the 27th, capturing, according to German account, 15 officers and 500 men, and on the 30th attacked Dijon (not a fortified town), meeting with an obstinate resistance. Neverthe- less, five battalions of the brigades of Prince William, supported by six batteries of artillery, succeeded in capturing the heights of St. Apollinard, and the suburbs of Dijon were taken by grenadiers of the Guard. In the.night the French withdrew. The Germans lost 250 men.