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d so with other divisions. For the losses of the last six days cannot be less than 15,000. It is only hoped that they will not reach 20,000. Appearance of M'Clellan and his army after the defeat. The correspondent of the New York Tribune, writing from Harrison's Landing, on the 4th inst., describes General McClellan as cvery soon. The troops are overjoyed to think that they are about to follow our gallant Burnside into a victorious field once more. Gen. Marcy's estimate of M'Clellan's loss in the recent battles.[correspondence of the New York Tribune.] I understand that Gen. Marcy, Chief of McClellan's staff, estimates the entire loss of most intimate friends — so I hear. The steamers were detained three hours behind their usual time, in order to convey these dispatches. Address of Gen. M'Clellan to the army of the Potomac. Washington, July 6. --Advices from the Army of the Potomac, up to Saturday night, indicate that all is quiet and the army