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Execution. --No reprieve having been received up to a late hour last evening for John Richardson alias Louis Napoleon, convicted before the C. S. District Court and sentenced to be hung for counterfeiting Confederate Treasury notes, we are justified in announcing that he will be hung at the place where Read and Clements were hung, near Poor-House gulley, to-day, between the hours of eleven and one o'clock, by Colonel John F. Wily, C. S. Marshal for the Eastern District of Virginia, and his assistants. Having been sentenced by a Court the military properly have nothing to do with the execution of the sentence.
not apt to render so much service as small ones — that as a proof, Xerxes failed in Greece, and Napoleon in Russia. The general inference is, that we shall do better with a small army than with a lar than the whole, is not, it seems, without disciples. Xerxes failed with a great army, and Napoleon failed with a great army. Innumerable small armies were destroyed during the twenty-two centurnd other causes might be enumerated. Charles XII, one century before, failed quite as badly as Napoleon did in 1812, and his army was little more than one- tenth part as large as that of the latter. f the Empire was double that figure, and more. At Wagram, 150,000 or 160,000 men fought, while Napoleon had certainly at least 800,000 men under arms on the whole. So difficult is the problem of concentration, even in the hands of the greatest genius. The Allies overwhelmed Napoleon at last by the enormous forces they brought to bear on him. Such mighty armies as took the field in 1813 had