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G. S. Hillard, Life and Campaigns of George B. McClellan, Major-General , U. S. Army 2 0 Browse Search
The Daily Dispatch: October 11, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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, during our whole history, to guard the armies of the republic, and in so doing he will not be considered by any right-minded person as casting any reflection upon that loyalty and good conduct which has been so fully illustrated upon so many battle-fields. In carrying out all measures of public policy, this army will, of course, be guided by the same rules of mercy and Christianity that have ever controlled their conduct towards the defenceless. By order of Major-General McClellan. James A. Hardee, Lieut.-Col., Aide-de-Camp, Acting Assistant Adjutant-General. George B. Mcclellan, Major-General commanding. The seeming inactivity of the Army of the Potomac after the battle of Antietam was a disappointment to the public, and an annoyance to the Administration. It was expected that Lee's retreating forces would be instantly and vigorously pursued, and a new path to Richmond opened through his broken columns. The earnest desire of the Administration for a forward movement at
during our whole history to guard the armies of the Republic, and in so doing he will not be considered by any right-minded person as casting any reflection upon that loyalty and good conduct which has been so fully illustrated upon so many battlefields. In carrying out all measures of public policy this army will, of course, be guided by the same rules of mercy and Christianity that have ever controlled its conduct towards the defenceless. By command of Maj. Gen. McClellan. James A. Hardee, Lieut.-Colonel, Aid de-Camp, and Acting Assistant Adjutant General. A dispatch in the New York Herald, from Washington on the 7th, under the heading of "The President's Life Considered in Danger," says: The President's life is considered unsafe by many persons here. As in all great political and social crises there are now monomaniacs whose peculiar insanity points toward the assassination of the person who wields the power of the Government.--Mutterings have been heard in r