Oudinot sfamily His birth His impetuous character His military vocation His first feat of arms He suppresses a riot His ascendancy over his fellow-citizens Appointed commandant of the 3rd Battalion of the Volunteers of the Meuse War on the Rhine frontier His first successes Colonel at twenty-six His mens affection for him He stops the emigration of officers of noble birth Success and wounds at Haguenau General after the affair at Kaiserslautern Leg broken at the siege of Treves Receives five wounds at Neckerau Charges at Ettenheim with his arm in a sling The Swiss campaign He is made a general of division Arrival at the army of his son Victor, aged eight Oudinot sshare in the victory of Zurich Spares the emigrants at Constance with tact and generosity Praise from Massena Oudinot sfirmness at the siege of Genoa Captures a gun at Monzembano Enthusiasm of the inhabitants of Bar-le-D uc for their distinguished fellow-citizen The camp at Boulogne His devoted servant Pils. NICOLAS CHARLES OUDINOT sprang from the country of the Meuse, contiguous to Champagne and Lorraine, which the proximity of the foreigner and the constant threat of invasion keep in a perpetual fervour of patriotism. He was the son of a respectable brewer, and his uncle on the mothers side was M. A dam, Mayor of Bar-le-D uc, his native town. The house in which he was born, on the 25th of A pril 1767, is a dwelling of gloomy appearance, situated in the lower town, which contains the business quarters.
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