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the very enact thing they should do,"* * "And that McClellan will be the President of the whole Union under an amended Constitution." Further particulars of M'Clellan's removal — his Parting Address — Burnside's Opening Salutation — Tears on the Young Napoleon's "classic features"--Lincoln's order. On the 10th Gen. McClelleman 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 commamation of the report that a change in Lincoln's Cabinet is anticipated. It is said that Reward and Chase say none will take place. Lincoln's order removing M'Clellan. The following is a copy of the order removing McClellan: War Department, Adj't Gen.'s office, Washington, Nov. 5. General Orders, No. 122. By d<