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movements of the great and the little Napoleon.
We did not think, moreover, even though the smaller of the Napoleons were imbued with all the genius of the greater, his army was quite equal to that which captured Ulm, and which Thiers tells us was the finest the Emperor ever commanded.
We could not be made to believe that Sickles was as daring a leader as Ney. McCall as thorough a soldier as Davoust, Reynolds as skillful a tactician as Soult, Heintzelman as great a strategist as Lannes, or Cooke such "a bold dragoon" as Murat.--All these the great Napoleon had with him at Ulm, each of them a tool in the hand of the master- workman, exactly adapted to execute the especial piece of work to which he might assign it. With less than all of them — not withstanding the high qualities of his almost unrivalled army — we did not believe he could have captured Ulm, and as the little Napoleon had them not, and as, moreover, Richmond was harder to take than Ulm, we did not conceive that he would