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Camp- bell and Sir William Erskine, a mis- hap which caused infinite vexation to the Duke, who said — " This is the most disgraceful military event that has occurred to us ; I have never been so much distressed as by the escape of even a man of them " (Disp. but, as he then remarked, he could not be everywhere at once; whenever he was absent something went wrong. about five o'clock, breaking the head of Thomieres's splendid column into fragments with the force of a giant. ) prevented a complete vic- tory; nor did the Duke venture to move until he knew of this luck ! But Buonaparte knew better, and wrote, when Marmont' s bulletin reached him, thus : — " II est impossible de rien lire de plus insignificant ; il y a plus de fatras, et plus de rouages que dans une horloge, et pas un mot qui fasse oon- noitre 1'etat rtel des choses" (* MS- moires de Joseph* ix. The enemy men ; our loss amounted to 5200, and their whole army would have been taken had it not been for the marplot Spaniard Don Carlos de JSspaua : all this misconduct is blinked now-a-days ! 869) now talks of the seremdad y acierto, with which Don Carlos executed the Duke's orders ! In the upper story was the state gallery, where yet are some re- mains of Moorish Tarkish and azu Ujo in the windows : a portion of the grand staircase exists. The rude peasants of these cereal districts cele- brate the great festivals at Villa nueva del Campos^ 4 L., held Sept. These almost impregnable heights were aban- doned, March 29, 1811, by Massena, who, with 20,000 men, retired with- out firing a shot, before Picton, who had only three English and two Portu- guese regiments. This frontier fortress of Portugal, distant from the Spanish raya 1 L., rises on a gentle eminence, almost surrounded by a desert plain, or table, as the word signifies in Arabic. Brennier, the able French governor; he, however, blew up the bastions on the night of May 10, and skilfully escaped, through the astounding negligence of Gen. through Tura and Miranda de Azan; coming out of which and the trees which fringe the brook Azan and the Zurguen, is the point at Porquerisos where Pakenham attacked the height and checked the extreme French left ; instead of fol- lowing the road straight on to Torres, 2 A 2 512 ROUTE 64. When this was reported to the Duke, he with eagle-eyed intuition ex- claimed, " Egad ! He " fixed the fault with the stroke of a thunderbolt." A few orders issued from his lips like the in- cantations of a wizard, and the English masses advanced ; Pakenham on our r. when the " cruel fetality " of the Marshal's Wound (! The shortness and completeness of the affair arose from the combatants being nearly equal in numbers ; the English and Portuguese amounting to 46,000, the French to 45,000, but in feet very superior, in being of one nation, and so much stronger in artillery and position, that Marmont was only afraid that the Duke would escape to Ciudad Modrigo: the Marshal, in feet, made so sure of victory, and was so de- sirous of monopolising all the glorv, like Victor at Talavera, that he would not wait for Joseph, who was coming up with 15,000 more men. The patio is still strewed with fragments of sculp- ture. The Santa Maria church in Benavente has a remarkable tower, circular chapels, and round J3axon arches. The Duke and Hill were resting their weary 'forces, which did not exceed 52,000 men ; but he knew his old ground, and wished to fight and to conquer .again and again. at Sahagun, urged even then by Frere and Morla to advance on Madrid, when one step would have caused certain ruin. The results of the victory of Sala- manca were again neutralised by mis- conduct of Ballesteros, which led to raising the siege of Burgos, and in November, three months after Mar- mont*s disaster, the Duke stood again on these plains ; then, as he had pre- dicted, the relief, of Andalucia threw on him the additional army of Soult, who, joining Jourdan on the Tonnes, now commanded 100,000 infantry, 12,000 horse, with 120 cannon. Moore, ignorant of his peril, remained the 22nd and 23rd of Nov.
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"His retreat in March, 1811," says the quiet Duke, " was marked by a barbarity seldom equalled, and never surpassed." Women were foraged for and sold in the market, while the filthy slime of the foul French quarters was "degrading to human nature" (Pen. Nothing ever surpassed the charge of the 71st and 79th Highlanders, who, their colonel being killed, raised the war-cry of the Camerons. The son of a Jew pothouse-keeper at Nice, hooted out of the ranks for theft, he rose from being a fencing-master to be a favourite of Buonaparte 4 he obtained, as Suchet did in the E. He had a pension of six reals a day, which the Liberals, so he told us, took from him in 1820. Blake, on the 11th, was beaten at Espinosa, Belvidere having on the 10th been routed at Burgos ; and ere Moore reached Salamanca Castanos had been crushed at Tudela; soon after, the affair of Somosierra save Madrid to Buonaparte ; so much for Spanish co- operation.