February 25, 1873, Page 4Buy Reprints
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One of the ablest rulers and most brilliant captains of the century, if the estimates made of him by his enemies be correct, is now, in all probability, approaching the end of his stormy career. ABD-EL-KADER is dangerously ill, and his advanced age, and the hardships of sixteen years of campaign life, leave little room for the anticipation that he will long survive. View Full Article in Timesmachine »