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Raymond disappointed. Raymond may be a "little villain""those who ought to know say he is — bRaymond may be a "little villain""those who ought to know say he is — but he is a big soldier. He studied at Solferino, and took the degree of "Master" at the White Hous
, and calls him names.
This is very wrong of Raymond.
To be sure Butler is a Beast, and a most execrable Beast.
But Raymond ought not to make a scapegoat of him for all that.
Though a Beast, he ies.
He has enough of his own to answer for. Raymond, however, like most other great tacticians, m been there instead of Butler.
Great men like Raymond cannot conceive how small men should stumble s army were such an obstacle in Butler's way. Raymond would have brushed them out of his path, as t that Lincoln has never thought of appointing Raymond commander of some of those armies for which h elf, was a lecturer on military tactics.
Raymond, however, in the midst of his concern for the greater General.
Now, we are well aware that Raymond is one of those happily constituted persons w