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The Daily Dispatch: February 4, 1865., [Electronic resource], "Beautiful in Death." (search)
Rivalry of Murat and Davoust. Napoleon had just placed Davoust under the orders of Murat, who
awkow; it was the 27th of August. On the 28th, Murat pushed the enemy beyond the Osna.
He crossed drive them back to-day!"
"Glory!" replied Murat.
"And we lose the half of our vanguard," which had led him to speak and act as he did. Murat again violently interrupted him.
"So, the his quarrel, at once raised his head, measured Murat with a glance which caused the words to die up ive battle to the enemy, by the impetuosity of Murat, than by the prudent caution of Davoust, he re ent back to France.
On the following day, Murat and Davoust, in concert, and by the orders of pled in his character, and with proud dignity, Murat turns to Beillard, the chief of his staff:
d he gazed proudly at the King of Naples.
Murat was holding his sabre and his pistols in his h eaves him; his brow is clouded with grief, and Murat casts his weapons violently to the ground; he [22 more...]