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The Art of Fighting the French Army. Prince Frederick Charles, of Prussia, has just published a pamphlet, under the title of The Art of Fighting the French Army. The royal author gives as the first principle of the French system of warfare, that the French soldier always marches forward; the second, he says, is, that moral is superior to physical force. So Marshal Canrobert, when he had a coup de main on his hands in the Crimea, always asked his soldiers: "Do you feel equal to it?" They never answered "No;" and the promise which they themselves had given to their General was the guarantee of their success. The third principle of the French, according to the Prince, is to hold themselves in a serried column against an enemy which is badly disciplined and unaccustomed to military manÅ’avres; and, on the contrary, to fight with disordered ranks and like skirmishers when they have to do with regular and well-disciplined troops. The fourth French principle is, never to defend thems