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nnot do it, although, in some instances, they may assist in its development. Cambridge did not make Newton a great mathematician, or Milton a great post. Brienne and Angers did not make Napoleon and Wellington great Generals.--Prince Eugene, of Savoy, one of the few great Generals whose campaigns Napoleon deemed worthy of the military student's particular attention, thought it better, as a general rule, to select for a Commander-in-Chief a man of large mind and great force of character, who hool is the field — and that the next best is the campaigns of certain great Generals whom he enumerates, viz; Alexander the Great, Hannibal, and Julius Caesar, in ancient times; in modern times Gustavus Adolphus, Marshal Turenne, Prince Eugene of Savoy, and the Duke of Marlborough, and Frederick the Great. He might have added himself and the Duke of Wellington. It is evident that he thought something more than a mare knowledge of the manner in which heavy artillery was to be managed was requi