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The Daily Dispatch: October 20, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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that is to make or make McClellan. But that onslaught end how it will is not likely to make or what the fortunes of the Confederates. He adds "that the resignation or abdication of President Lincoln is debated as a matter of course." The London Army and Navy Gazette says: The South has tried the effective and failed. The Confederate army has shown great daring and much tensely, but has been beaten, General McClellan has shown that as a soldier he is equal to General Lee or Brownwall Jackson. The division of the Confederate forces was a great mistake. But great Generals would have known how to convert that mistake into a disastrous defeat, while second rate soldiers like McClellan, could only get out with respectable success. The exportation of arms and ammunition from England to America is rapidly increasing. The shipments of the first eight months of the year are valued at £1,368,000 sterling. The Paris Parte hears from good sources that nothing is more lik