s. With the highest regard, I am, my dear General, your sincere friend, Geo B. McClellan, Major-General U. S. A.
Letter from R. B. Marcy, Chief of Staff. eneral Hammond, is well known as true to the Government. R. M. C.
Major-General McClellan concerning prisoners for steamer at Annapolis.
Answered 2 A. M., 20 Sase answer at once.
I wish to know on account of ordering off boat. Major-General McClellan.
Copy of report to Governor Seward, on arrest of members of Legislature--Sept. 20. Headq'rs Camp near Darnestown,Sept. 20, 1861. Maj.-Gen. McClellan, commanding Army of Potomac: Hon. W. H. Seward, Secretary of State: Sir:
ayed for return of Geo. W. Howard, who had been sent down the Potomac by Major-Gen. McClellan, and soon after his (H's) return the papers represented you to have gonerv't, Tho. H. Hicks.
War Department,Washington, Oct. 28, 1861. Major Gen. McClellan, Commanding. Sir:
In order to have a full vote in Maryland at the c