here, just two years ago, that Stuart, moving from Hanover Court-house, to make a raid around McClellan's lines, struck our right flank.
Draw a line of five or six miles in length, from the Pamunry is to be thought well of by the rebels, and planted his army astraddle the Chickahominy, as McClellan did, the storm which swelled that stream yesterday afternoon might have given General Grant an opportunity which you may depend upon it he would have improved.
But while the rebels praise McClellan, they do not imitate him. Lee had his entire force north of the Chickahominy, and the only resrrived at the river near Harrison's landing — so familiar to us as the place of embarkation of McClellan's army two years ago — during the day of Tuesday, the fourteenth.
It was contemplated crossinbrown and scarred faces, in their carriage, tone and manner.
They have been here before, with McClellan, but then a half-defeated, discouraged, broken army; now they come, so far at least, victoriou