the battle of South Mountain
Gen. Scott hails McClellan.
In riding into Frederick I passed through Sumner's corps, whiBoston, May 19, 1884, Gen. F. A. Walker called the attention of Gen. McClellan to a statement made by the Comte de Paris in his History of theh I find among the papers relating to South Mountain, indicates Gen. McClellan's intention to embody its substance in his narrative when he shon of yours may move up on the right (north) of the main road.
Gen. McClellan desires you to comply with this request, holding your whole corlf.
Sumner's and Banks's corps have commenced arriving.
Let Gen. McClellan be informed as soon as you commence your movement. George D. Rh you!
Destroy the rebel army, if possible. A. Lincoln. To Maj.-Gen. McClellan.
The following despatch was also received on the 16th: 862. (received, Frederick, Sept. 16th, 1862, 10.40 A. M.） To Maj.-Gen. McClellan:
Bravo, my dear general!
Twice more and it's done. Winfi
3, 81, 82, 89, 95, 96, 116, 156; retained by McClellan, 70; ingratitude, 71 ; hated by troops, 71, Clellan, arrests Col. Campbell, 295; to join McClellan, instructions, 347; force, 345, 347; order sreport on supplies, 636, 637.
Memorandum (McClellan's) : object of the war, military success, 10 491, 500, 501, 505, 507-547, 568 ; condemns McClellan's plans, 475.
Porter, Gen. A., 70, 100, 103, 605, 606.
Scott, Gen. W., compliments McClellan, 61, 63, 64, 82 ; hinders McClellan, 84-86, 170, 171 ; quarrels with McClellan, 91 ; objects to organization, 113, 136; inability, 136 ; Hallec 595, 600, 606, 613.
Senate congratulates McClellan, 82.
Seneca Mills, Md., 106.
Seven Pinrd, Sec., method of recruiting, 143 ; visits McClellan, 549.
Seymour, Gen. T., at Gaines's Mill,nton, Sec., letter on Washington, 67 ; warns McClellan against Halleck, 137 ; duplicity and treache-480, 540, 541 ; prolonging the war, accuses McClellan of political aspirations, 151 ; abuses party