As soon as General Canrobert had reviewed a couple of divisions, there was "an officers' call."
Canrobert declined the proposed mission on the plea of ill-health.
I went next to Marshal Canrobert's, and there I had a great surprise.
Canrobert took over the lines before the Malakoff to relieve the British.
Canrobert, after having commanded the army, gave up (p. 056) the command, and served under Pellisier.
General Canrobert and staff reached Varna on the morning of the 2nd of June.
They forget the example of Canrobert and Pellisier, in the Crimea.
Canrobert, the successor of Arnaud in command of the French army, complimented the British, but did not act heartily with them.
I believe Raglan complained of Canrobert with much better reason.
I was standing close to Canrobert, who had been recalled to resume his functions near the Emperor.