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This expedition, which set out on the 26th of April, (1840) had for its objects the taking of the towns of Medeah and Milianah. The first had formerly been besieged and taken by Maréchal Clause9 when go... Læs mere

Excerpt from The Magazine of History With Notes and Queries, 1908, Vol. 1

This expedition, which set out on the 26th of April, (1840) had for... Læs mere

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Excerpt from The Magazine of History With Notes and Queries, 1908, Vol. 1

This expedition, which set out on the 26th of April, (1840) had for its objects the taking of the towns of Medeah and Milianah. The first had formerly been besieged and taken by Maréchal Clause9 when governor-general, but had subsequently been given up, as being too distant to have a bearing on the colonization of the Metidjah. Still, the way to it was known. Milianah, on the other hand, lay beyond the range of the Smaller Atlas, in the plain of the Cheliff, a region where no Europeanlo had ever trod.ll Previous to the commencing the main operations of the spring Cherchel (the ancient Julia Cesarea), a small place some seventeen leagues from Algiers west, had been seized by a small column of infantry, accom panied by an expedition by sea, and occupied without resistance by the Duc d'aumale. The principal object was to make it one of the places constituting the basis of operations. The army in tended for the spring campaign amounted to about thirteen or fourteen thousand men of all corps, attended by a numerous con voy. This, it may be added is the chief obstacle to all movements in this country; for the French are obliged to carry with them their entire subsistence forthemselves,andthe cavalryrations for thehorse.

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