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ome invincible, and, inspired by their example, raw recruits will be impromptu heroes. Why is not such a man placed in active service? Surely we need such as he is! We give below the history of this officer as gathered from the London Quarterly Review, the columns of the American and European journals, and from the article entitled "Henningsen" in the American Encyclopedia: Gen C. F. Henningsen was born in London. though of Scandinavian extraction, in the year 1816. When seventeen Knight of S, Ferdinandete. The Elliott Convention, the paternity of which is ascribed to Col. 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 wa