The book was never finished, but the fragment he completed was published in 1808, and was translated into French by Armand Carrel in 1846.
His career as a soldier being then finally closed, Carrel resolved to devote himself to literature.
The National was at first conducted by Thiers, Mignet and Carrel in conjunction; but after the revolution of July, Thiers and Mignet assumed office, and the whole management fell into the hands of Carrel.
Near Figuieres the legion was compelled to surrender, and Carrel became the prisoner of his old general, Damas.
JEAN BAPTISTE NICOLAS ARMAND CARREL (1800-1836), French publicist, was born at Rouen on the 8th of May 1800.
De Girardin was wounded in the thigh, Carrel in the groin.
There was considerable difficulty about the terms of capitulation, and one council of war condemned Carrel to death.
Both Chateaubriand and Carrel had praised the prince's first writings.
The wound was at once seen to be dangerous, and Carrel was conveyed to the house of a friend, where he died after two days' suffering.