鈥淚f the Austrians do not attack us here they deserve to be hanged.鈥? 鈥淣ow thank God, one and all, With heart, with voice, with hands, Who wonders great hath done To us and to all lands.鈥?15 a a a. First Position of the Austrian Army. b b. Extreme Left, under Loudon. c c. Austrian Reserve, under Baden-Durlach. d d d. Prussian Army. e e. The two main Prussian Batteries. f. Ziethen鈥檚 Cavalry. g g. Prussian Vanguard, under Retzow. h h h. Advance of Austrian Army. i. Right Wing, under D鈥橝hremberg. k k k. Position taken by the Prussians after the battle. 青海快3d 鈥淣ow thank God, one and all, With heart, with voice, with hands, Who wonders great hath done To us and to all lands.鈥?15 鈥淎s Frederick鈥檚 seven years鈥?struggle of war may be called superhuman, so was there also, in his present labor of peace, something enormous, which appeared to his contemporaries almost preternatural, at times inhuman. It was grand, but also terrible, that the success of the whole was to him, at all moments, the one thing to be striven after. The comfort of the individual was of no concern at all.鈥?89 As the morning dawned it was manifest to Frederick that the battle was lost, and that there was no salvation for the remnant of his troops but in a precipitate retreat. He had lost a hundred pieces of cannon, nearly all of his tents and camp furniture, and over eight thousand of his brave troops were either dead or468 captive. Though the Austrians had lost about the same number of men, they had still over eighty thousand left. 鈥淣ow thank God, one and all, With heart, with voice, with hands, Who wonders great hath done To us and to all lands.鈥?15 During all the day of Wednesday weeping friends stood around the bed, as the lamp of life flickered in its socket. Every moment it was expected that the emperor would breathe his last. At two o鈥檆lock the next morning the spirit took its flight, and the lifeless clay alone remained. The grief-stricken empress closed the eyes of her departed husband, kissed his hands, and 鈥渨as carried out more dead than alive.鈥?Thus ended the male line of the house of Hapsburg, after five centuries of royal sway. The emperor died on the 20th of October 1740, in the fifty-sixth year of his age.