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will deny that the structures of Thiers upon the actions of Soult are just and discriminating.
Hannibal, the greatest of ancient, and Napoleon, the greatest of modern Generals, have been severely cribsolutely defensive, would be the best policy for us, because it saved Rome against Pyrrhus and Hannibal, and was practiced by the Duke of Wellington in the Peninsula.
We deny both the proposition anlanguage of Dr, Arnold, "Rome was bleeding at every pore."--He knew it was vain to contend with Hannibal in the field.
He felt that he was not his equal, as indeed who except Napoleon, ever was?
He great Carthaginian General, or the Roman cavalry, with the Numidian horsemen.
But he saw that Hannibal was two thousand miles from home; that the Romans had command of the sea; that no reinforcementhe dependencies of Rome put together — if the Carthaginian Senate had been pouring in troops to Hannibal at the rate of thirty five thousand per week — would it have been wisdom still to have acted on