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ting sketch of his career, says that this famous commander was a man of short stature and common-place appearance. He was shabby in dress, and somewhat dirty. Officers who have served under him say that he was a trifle too fond of rum and of equivocal jokes; moreover, that personal cleanliness did not constitute one of his attributes; he was, in fact, nicknamed "Dirty Charley," but whether from the fondness for the aforesaid jokes, or from lack of soap, we cannot say. He was no orator, "as Brutus is," but he had a strong, homely manner of expressing himself, which told with any audience but the House of Commons. As a legislator, history will be silent with regard to him as an officer, or rather as the intelligent leader and commander, there will be great doubts as to his merits; but as a brave man, a thorough seaman, and a fearless vindicator of what he conceived to be his country's rights, there will be no difference of opinion. His very name was synonymous with heroism and daring