Early in May Washington was made an aid-de-camp to the general.
"Place him in a chair, then," said the aid-de-camp, for such he was.
The youngest, the Duke de Chartres, was carried in the arms of an aid-de-camp.
I remember exactly how he looked; he had his aid-de-camp with him.
The emperor received graciously the aid-de-camp of the vanquished general.
During this silence, the aid-de-camp stood in expectation of orders.
This chief rapidly promoted him to the offices of physician to the forces, aid-de-camp, and colonel.
Frederick the Great kept an aid-de-camp for this purpose, and, poor fellow!
So the name of the young general's friend and aid-de-camp was Samuel Augustus Barker.
On the breaking-up of the council, Napoleon said to him, "You are my aid-de-camp."