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ry. The main armies have usually been kept in the field, ready to be moved at the will of the commander. The siege of Sebastopol was not an example to the contrary, although it seems to have given rise to the present "art of war." According the only Russian army in the Crimes, at Alma. a few days after their landing. In their retreat they passed entirely by Sebastopol, which was altogether defenceless on the land side.--To the amazement of the Russians, the allies passed entirely by it whole proceeding wrong. According to him, if the Allies had stationed a force at Simpheropol, about twenty miles from Sebastopol, where all the roads of the Crimes meet, before passing in a single road to Sebastopol, they would have cut off the latSebastopol, they would have cut off the latter from all supplies by land, while with their large fleet they could have kept off all supplies by water. As their supply of troops was unlimited, they could then, with the main army, have taken possession of the passes that led into the Crimes, a