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The Daily Dispatch: February 12, 1864., [Electronic resource] 10 2 Browse Search
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The late Col. Claude Crozet. Among the most remarkable men of the times who have lately passed from the stage of life is Col. Claude Crozet. A man so distinguiCol. Claude Crozet. A man so distinguished for his intellectual abilities, as well as for his acquirements, and moreover who had been a participant in some of the most memorable events of his day, and hadState, deserves something more than a mere passing notice of his death. Col. Crozet was a pupil of the Military Polytechnic School of Paris, at which he graduatusands viewed the spectacle from the surrounding hills. We have often heard Col. Crozet speak of the sublimity of that spectacle, and the impression, never to be erini, in particular, regards the not taking advantage of it as inexplicable. Col. Crozet said, upon the authority of Gen. Negro that the battle of Ligny had nearly es and enterprise as long as the mountains stand. Every man who ever saw Col. Crozet must have been struck with his appearance. He had an uncommonly fine head,