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the time of his fall he had already completed a large number. They had not taken the sea, only because he found a difficulty in obtaining crews. The harbor of Cherbourg, one of the most extraordinary works in the world, begun by Louis XIV., but neglected by his successors, was pushed forward during his reign with amazing energy.t reign been protracted it would not have been left to be completed by Napoleon Ill.--He calculated upon having one hundred ships-of-the-line riding at anchor in Cherbourg within a given time, the building proceeding at the rate of a certain number every year. He had selected crews from the conscription, and had made arrangements peare for the most original of their conceptions. Any man who will take the trouble to consult Leanne's Journal, in that part which relates to the harbor of Cherbourg, will see with what prodigious energy Napoleon pushed his naval preparations long after the battle of Trafalgar had destroyed the French marine. The Spartans ne