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through Newton's Principia isogamies to suit the advances of science in modern times. They learn as much chemistry as can be taught in a winter. They are taught to construct a French book, (not to speak the language, we presume,) and they read Jomini's Art of War. Besides this, they attend to the practical part of mathematics, engineering, surveying, descriptive geometry, &c. They drill in all the arms, regularly, like a regiment in active services. Now, we should be sorry to think that all of artillery than any other General had ever done before him, and who was accused by his detractors of undue partiality to that limb of the service, tells us that the art of war cannot be learned by studying systems of war, (he was commenting on Jomini's book at the time, and a scathing commentary it is;) that the best school is the field — and that the next best is the campaigns of certain great Generals whom he enumerates, viz; Alexander the Great, Hannibal, and Julius Caesar, in ancient time