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France (France) (search for this): article 7
begins or where it ends; or to tell, not what it does, but what it does not embrace. For quite apart from, and in addition to, an extended range of exercises with and without apparatus, it embraces all defensive exercises with bayonet, sword, stick, poll, fist and foot — swimming dancing, and singing — reading, writing, and arithmetic, if not the use of the globes. The soldier is taught to throw bullets and bars of iron; he is taught to walk on stills and on page of wood driven into the ground he is taught to push, to pull, and to wrestle; and although the boxing which he is taught will never enable him to hit an adversary, he is taught manfully to hit himself, first on the right breast, then on the left, and then on both together with both hands at ones; and, though last, not least, he is taught to kick himself behind, or which performance I have seen Monsieur as proud as if he were ignominiously expelling an invader from the "solsacre" of La beile France.--Macmillan's Magazine