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e battle of Borodino in a book evidently written to curry favor with the Russians, &c. In this spirit he blames Napoleon for not giving his Guard at Borodino at a time when, Segur says, it would have insured the rout and destruction of the whole Russian army, overlooking entirely the overwhelming reply of Gourgaud upon that subject, and the answer of Napoleon himself, who did not think that the critical time had arrived. "Suppose I have to fight another battle to-morrow, what shall I do if my rhe strength of the enemy." Now, Napoleon, according to his own account, had at Borodino 120,000 men. The Russians had, according to the book of one of their Generals, (we forget his name,) published a few years ago, and said to be the best Russian account, 132,000. So that here is the very case in which, according to Marmont, Napoleon would not have been excusable had he weakened his concentrated forces. Was ever man more fully convicted out of his own month? We place no confidence