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oportion of the entire force. At Austerlitz the French numbered 80,000 men, while the strength of the Empire was 651,000. At Jena, 126,000 French only were engaged. At Friedland 80,000 French decided the fate of the war. although there were in Poland nearly 300,000 French soldiers, while the strength of 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 hat France was occupied by at least a million of men at that time and there were countless reserves ready to march in Germany, in Russia, in Sweden, in Holland, &c. After the battle of Waterloo, France was a second time occupied by 1,100,000 men. Poland was overwhelmed in 1813 entirely by dint of numbers. There is a case directly in point. The Poles fought as gallantly as it was possible for men to fight, but their army was comparatively small, and they were conquered. It is extremely difficu