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een destroyed, and were ordered to be replaced I wish the testimony of those mentioned in the margin. Third--As to whether or not I have been faithful to those placed over me. For so much of service as was under General McClellan, and particularly with reference to the events which immediately preceded the embarkation of the bulk of his army for the Peninsula, and the plans, &c., so far as may be necessary, which led to that campaign, I wish the testimony of Major General McClellan; Governor Denison, of Ohio. Brigadier-General Wadsworth, and Colonel Key, aide-de-camp. For so much of my service as was under him I wish the testimony of Major General Pope and of Brigadier-General Roberts; General Welch, Commissary of Subsistence; Colonel Morgan, Lieutenant-Colonel Smith, Colonel Ruggles, Assistant Adjutant- General, and Colonel Schriver, &c., and, if the Court see fit to go back that far, that of Lieutenant-General Scott, by deposition; for I should dislike to trouble him with a dis