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The Daily Dispatch: December 2, 1861., [Electronic resource] 3 1 Browse Search
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. Gurwood, the editor of Wellington's dispatches, sent young Henningsen to England, where justice was done him by Mr. Lockhart, in an article in the Quarterly Review, on Henningsen's History of the war in Spain. This work won him the favor and friendship of both wellington and South, who had been rival commanders in the Peninsula war. Returning to Spain, with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel, before he was twenty, he was indebted to a fortunate accident for his first important command. Gen. Delacy Evans met the Spanish forces near San Sebastian, and offered battle. The Spanish General pretended to be sick; his chief of the staff, a brave young man, but without any extensive military knowledge, was glad to avail himself of Henningsen's instruction in the management of his forces. He was perfectly successful, the Foreign Legion was beaten back on san Sebastian, and their leader severely wounded. Subsequently he held a command in the expedition that marched on Madrid from Aragon a