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question was how best to use these men and guns. Henningsen prop sed a plan of campaign. General Gayon so highly approved it that he obtained the chief command in Comorin, and was invested with all the despotic powers which the Diet had formerly conferred but on two representatives — the Minister of War and Count Bathyani.--When this struggles was over, he turned his attention to the subject of improvements in fire-arms. He made many instructive experiments with the Prussian needle-gun and Hale's rockets in England, and superintended the construction of the first Minies ever made in the late United States. He likewise devoted a part of his insure to literature, wrote for the leading Reviews, and published several works, which, together with those already published in London, vix: "Twelve Months Campaign with Zumalcarregul," "The White Slave, " (a novel,) "Eastern Europe," "Sixty Years Hines, " (a novel of Russian life,) " ies and Contrasts, " and "Revelations of Russia," have been