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en Years War," "whose faculties were frozen by age," "who had been buried for the last ten years in a lethargic sleep." In 1807 the French were opposed by Kamenski, then eighty; Berringser, sixty, and Buxhowden, also of advanced age.--The allies at last began to profit by their painful experience. In 1809 the Austrian army was led by the youthful Archduke Charles, and although thwarted by the projects of the old Generals of the Aulic council, wiped off much of its former disgrace. In 1812 Kutusoff was seconded by younger Generals: Barclay-de-Tolley and Miloradowick, forty-nine; Wintzengirode, forty-three; Schowralof, thirty five, and the Archduke Constantine, thirty-three--Generals who in the two succeeding campaigns rolled back the waves of French conquest. The Austrians were led by youthful Generals with the exception of Blucher, one of those men whose martial energies the fires of time do not chill. In the campaign of 1815 Napoleon was opposed by Wellington and Gneisenoer, the f