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alification. A great General must be a great genius, and nobody but the Supreme Being can confer genius. Most assuredly, schools and colleges cannot do it, although, in some instances, they may assist in its development. Cambridge did not make Newton a great mathematician, or Milton a great post. Brienne and Angers did not make Napoleon and Wellington great Generals.--Prince Eugene, of Savoy, one of the few great Generals whose campaigns Napoleon deemed worthy of the military student's partiry important part in warfare, the General must necessarily, therefore, be an educated man — must have received a military education. Let us see what young gentlemen are taught at West Point: They study a course of mathematics. They pass 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
it inexpedient to legislate on the subject at this time, and ask to be discharged from the consideration of the same. The report was agreed to. The report of the Committee on Military Affairs in regard to charges preferred against Col. Snyder, setting forth that said case was in the hands of the civil authorities, and asking to be discharged from the consideration of the same, was adopted. The report of the joint committee appointed to examine the Penitentiary, was, on motion of Mr. Newton, laid on the table. The following report from the Committee for Courts of Justice was adopted: The committee have, according to order, had under consideration the following resolution: Resolved, That the several banks of this Commonwealth, and the several railroads, and other incorporated companies, be requested to report to the Senate, as soon as practicable, the amount of stock and bonds of such banks and other corporations held by resident citizens of the United States an