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The spade and mattock. Hannibal, the Carthaginian, stood on the field of Cannon, surrounded the dead bodies of eighty thousand Rome who had fallen in that unheard of bat was advised by his master of the horse once upon Rome, and settle the the capture of that city. But, although as man never toiled before for the attainment of that it was at last come within the magnitude of his own success . He hesitated, Delibes . His enemy recovered their ernation--he gave them time and to recruit — they soon had new in the field — his victory turned to ashes he found that he had now to do who had profited by defeat, wisdom, and gathered safety, catastrophe which was to over forever. In the end he lost everything by his hesitation. His repu. --Italy, his own country very paid the forfeit of his want of Confederate army gained at Manassas almost as decided as that gained by . The number of the enemy was not great, it is true, but it was their whole army had bee