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Sir Robert Wilson's secret history of theRussian campaign of 1812. We made a brief notice of this work, with extracts, l Sebastiani to draw up a counter statement. This book of Wilson's, and the vile abuse of the English press, had great inflt was supposed, upon the rupture of the treaty of Amiens. Wilson, it was said, was deceived by one Roworth, a printer, who ous crimes attributed to General Bonaparte.--It was not in Wilson's nature to examine very strictly anything which tended toin 1803, but as the English sent no army to the continent, Wilson, no doubt much to his discomfort, was compelled to remain rn of Napoleon from Elba, and his defeat at Waterloo, Sir Robert Wilson won the applause of all Europe, by assisting Lavalett. France declared war against the Spanish Cortez in 1823. Wilson immediately repaired to Spain, and entered the service of d the Orders which they had bestowed on him. Such was Wilson. He figured no more in public life that we recollect, but