See also:engineers, was
See also:born at Dole, educated at the I
See also:cole Polytechniquc, and entered the army in the
See also:corps of engineers._ He
See also:rose rapidly, and served (1805-1812) as aide-de-
See also:camp to
See also:Napoleon . He was wounded in the retreat after
See also:Leipzig. and distinguished himself the same
See also:year (1813) in the gallant defence of
See also:Torgau against the
See also:allies . After the emperor's fall he emigrated to the
See also:United States, where, being made a brigadier-general of engineers, he executed a number of extensive military
See also:works for the
See also:government, notably at Fortress Monroe, Va., and around New
See also:York, and did a large amount of the
See also:engineering connected with the Chesapeake and
See also:Ohio Canal and the
See also:Breakwater . He returned to France after the revolution of 1830, was made a
See also:lieutenant-general by
See also:Louis Philippe, and in 1836 served as
See also:minister of war .
SAINT BERNARD (Iogo-1153)
BART SIR THOMAS BERNARD
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