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The Daily Dispatch: May 11, 1864., [Electronic resource] 10 0 Browse Search
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stand out in the cold, advancing in a supply of muskets for infantry, cannon for artillery, sabres and revolvers and rifles for cavalry, locations of expeditions, &c. When he has completed these advances he will close up the rebellion, and then the men who now clamor for an immediate advance will be compelled to acknowledge the wisdom of Gen. McClellan's programmed. In this connection, it may not he impolitic to say that the reason why the expeditions under the command severally of Gens Butler and Burnside have not left for their places of destination, has been in consequence of the recent complication with Great Britain. The settlement of the Trent affair has changed the face of things, and now the advance of Gen. McClellan will suddenly become more general on land and sea, and in good time, if the impatient will only be patient the country will better understand the cause of what seems to the which is only a necessary pr final and glorious consumma From Fortress Mon