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Fredericksburg Relief fund. General Lee has sent to the Treasurer, Mr. Howard, his check for $200, with a letter characterized by his usual quiet dignity. The fund has also received from the Eagle Manufacturing company, Columbus Ga. from Wyndham Robertson, of $259 and other contributions which we will mention hereafter.
army in Virginia he made a sad business of it. Jackson is an enterprising brilliant General, with 20,000 or 30,000 men under his command; but give him the army that Lee commands, and the chances are ten to one that he would fail. The genius of McClellan is very like that of Lee, and he is the only man we know of at present who is Lee, and he is the only man we know of at present who is able to cope with him. Gen. Scott indicated him as the best commander for the whole army, and it is the rashest presumption on the part of more civilians--third rate lawyers — to remove him from it, and put in his place General untried upon a large scale. It is true, that the greatest Generals the world ever saw took command of ars at Washington on the 9th, it was not till the 19th that the pontoons started, and they did not arrive till the 22d or 23d of November--ten days toe late, and when Lee had ample time to concentrate his troops and fortify his position. Gen. Woodbury testifies that he did not receive information in time as to the movement which