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It is certain, therefore, that Whitman would have been proud to see Gray as he appears here, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with several other aides-de-camp and assistant adjutant generals, perhaps readying himself to attend General Wool on his tours of inspection in the east.
Our battles for independence, we learned in history books, were won by Generals Arturo and Luis Salvatierra, his forebears, heroic liberators, along with their aides-de-camp, a certain Simon Bolivar and Antonio Jose de Sucre.
President McAleese and Taoiseach Enda Kenny were represented by their aides-de-camp.
Aides-de-camp Tyler died along with Picton, Langton died from wounds months after the battle, Chambers was killed shortly after Picton fell and somewhere in the epic battle Alexander Macnab joined the 47,000 casualties of the day.