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t did. Napoleon never lost a battle on his advance to a capital. Grant lost every one he fought between the Rapid Ann and the James. The five great campaigns of Napoleon, after he had obtained supreme power, were those of Marengo, (1800,) Austerlitz, (1805,) Jena, (1806,) Friedland, (1807,) and Wagram, (1809.) We speak of the campaign of Marengo as having been made after he had obtained supreme power, because, though at the time he was nominally but the First Consul of the French Republic,he rear of these troops, defeated them in detachments, shut up what were left in Ulm, compelled the whole to surrender, marched upon Vienna, entered it without resistance, crossed the Danube, defeated the combined Russian and Austrian forces at Austerlitz, and made peace at Pressburg, after a campaign of something less than three months. He "fought it out on this line," and did not turn from it. To have been equal to Napoleon, Grant should have got in the rear of Lee, captured his whole force, m