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and that he would at once order by telegraph the pontoon trains spoken of in my plan, and would, upon his return to Washington, see that they were promptly forwarded. After his return, he sent me the following telegram: Washington, November 14, 1862. Major-General A. E. Burnside, Commanding Army of the Potomac: The President has just assented to your plan. He thinks it will succeed if you move rapidly, otherwise not. H. W. Halleck, General-in-Chief. This despatch was received iving an immediate reply, I directed him to telegraph to General Woodbury a second time, urging him to forward the trains promptly. To this second despatch he received the following answer on the morning of the fifteenth: Washington, November 14, 1862. Lieutenant Comstock: I have received your two telegrams to-day. Captain Spaulding has arrived, and thirty-six pontoons have arrived. Forty men are expected in the morning. Captain Spaulding received Captain Duane's order of the sixth