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“Custer was soon ready, but Devin's division being in rear its formation took longer, since he had to shift further to the right; Devin's preparations were, therefore, but partially completed when an aide-decamp galloped up to with the word from Custer, "Lee has surrendered; do not charge; the white flag is up.”
“The "hunt" being ended -- for with this I had had enough, and no one else was permitted to do any shooting -- the aide-decamp directed the game to be sent to me in Florence, and we started for the chateau.”
“Bohlen -- the nephew and aide-decamp to the Chancellor -- and Doctor Busch were seated facing us.”
“Bonaparte then spoke to him sharply, and the aide-decamp, with evident unwillingness, left the room.”
““Monsieur le comte particularly told me a colonel, an aide-decamp of Mina,” insisted the girl.”
“Bonaparte sent an aide-decamp to inquire for me on his death, and to this day I draw the pension of three thousand francs granted to this widow by the Government.”
“During the excitement of triumph in the month of August he was promoted lieutenant, received the cross of the Legion of honor, and was attached as aide-decamp to La Fayette, who gave him the rank of captain in 1832.”
“I went straight to Mina, who appointed me as his aide-decamp with the rank of colonel.”
“Lavienne, a man made for his master, was his aide-decamp.”
“Goldman noticed the other side's head man whisper something to a younger man-his aide-decamp.”
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