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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies 1 1 Browse Search
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bor, withdrawing his troops without loss, save of a few heavy cannon, into the open country, where he can protect the advances to Richmond, and fight at a distance from the gunboats. In a word, he has completely baffled the little Napoleon, and will nor allow him to advance save at the expense of a general battle. Very slow all this for a man professing to Napoleon in his movements, and not altogether to sure at he hoped it might be. Napoleon was at Boulogne, in the latter and of August, 186 with the grand army of England, awaiting the arrival of Admiral Villanueva with a large deet to convey his to the shores of "perfidious Albion" He learned that Villanueva had been defeated and chased into Cedix by a British squadron under Admiral Calder, and that he was there closely blockaded. He saw that his grand of invasion was frustrated. For half an hour he gave way to a of rage. At the end of that time he recovered himself and instantly took his resolution. Austria and Russi