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apital. He received as a reward for his gallantry on these occasions the rank of full Colonel and the title of Knight of Isabella. His next service was in Circassia, where he spent several campaigns in the service of Russia, and compiled a report on the Caucasian counties, which was published as a public document by the Russian Government. He subsequently wrote "Revelations of Russia," which received the high compliment of reproduction in the United Service Magazines. He next appeared in Hungary, where he exchanged the pen for the sword, when the crisis in that unhappy country was approaching. There were 30,000 men and 1,800 pieces of cannon in Comorin, and the 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