se to their feelings.
So says the telegraphic correspondence of the Associated Press.
Senator Harris, of New York, has written to McClellan, and pronounces his removal a mistake by the Administration.
The New York Democratic meeting announced, through John Van Buren, that they believed McClellan was removed because he was a Democrat, and that Burnside is put in as a mere intermediate between McClellan and some Abolition General that is to be put at the head hereafter.
[A voice--"Fremont."] Van Buren Fremont, as the gentleman suggests; then it is for him (Burnside) to consider how far it is proper for him to be made an instrument in the displacement of McClellan.
The news of M'Clellan's removal.
It was nearly midnight on Friday, the 7th inst., when Gen. Buckingham handed the order of the President to Gen. McClellan relieving him from command of the Army of the Potomac, and directing him to report to him at Trenton, N. J. The New York Heralds correspondent writing f