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by the scene. Most of the time on board the train was spent in conversation with Gen. Augur. At Manassas Junction Gen. Sickles came on board and held a brief interview with him, when the train proceeded to Washington. The removal of M'Clellan's staff officers The New York Herald, of the 15th, has an editorial evidently trying to stir up some symptom of manliness and resistance in the people of the North. It is founded on the arrest of two of McClellan's staff officers, and the fevery act of the Administration is received with open and undisguised suspicion, and measures, taken with perhaps the best intentions, are regarded with the strongest and most invincible popular prejudice. John Van Buren on the removal of M'Clellan. The speech made by John Van Buren to the Democratic Union Association on the night after McClellan was removed is interesting. He said: The Democratic party was the opposition party, and it was decidedly opposed to this administrati