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The Daily Dispatch: September 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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From the North. We continue our extracts from the latest Northern papers. Gov. Stanley, of North Carolina, had arrived in Washington. All the officers who advised Col. Mason to surrender at Clarkesville, Tenn., have been dismissed from the Federal army for cowardice. Gen. Corcoran is making so many speeches at the North that the papers are commencing to head their reports "still another speech from Corcoran." The "great battle" which was to come is thus spoken of by the New York Herald, after commenting on the news given in Pope's dispatch: But with all this good and certain news we have yet to fight a battle that is to be the decisive one in front of the National Capital, and it will undoubtedly be one of great magnitude and importance. The Government takes this view of the position of things in that neighborhood, and to meet the emergency it is announced that McClellan takes the immediate command of the whole Army of Virginia, with Pope and Burnside at the head of the