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2. Both were heroes, the best officers, & patriots, & they died the same day. 3. These letters were printed in England in 1790; I received it in France; & I am only sorry that an officer’s letters should be published at such an era. 4. I should have written as soon as you left my letters in Paris; but was afraid that your lordship’s letters would have arrived before me, & that I should not have had an opportunity of returning a suitable reply. 5. A short journey will conclude this business. 6. I am so used to this business of war, that I forget the praise I once received for it. 7. I have the honor of informing your lordship, that I am going tomorrow to Seville, where the Vice-Queen resides. 8. That capital sentence of my uncle’s will have a lucky termination; & I believe that the king will employ me well. 9. I shall take with me the letter that I wrote to your lordship on the eve of the battle of Fontenoy, which your lordship lost when my letter arrived; but your lordship received the letter I wrote to the Marquis de Guer. 10. I will be able to give you a more detailed account of the affair, when I shall see you again. I have the honor to be, with the most respectful attachment, & most devoted obedience, your lordship’s most humble and most obedient servant, Napoleon BonaparteTo the First Consul, Placet, Fond. p. 6. 1792. 18th. Sire, The Emperor came out from Paris to review the troops of the Departments. He inspected the regiments that have been placed under my orders. The Emperor had the morning pass, & he halted during the whole day near Barentin, and the review was continued the whole of yesterday. The Emperor was pleased with the order, & with the troops. He retired to dinner at Barentin, and after dinner returned to Paris. 15th. The Emperor has sent off a courier to inform me of what has taken place in the provinces. I shall write to your lordship on the subject. 17th.