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ent aspect of affairs on the river, it is my opinion that McClellan has been reinforced by at least 15,000 men. The wagons an, indicates thane panic must have occurred recently among McClellan's army in the vicinity of Shirley. In no other way can wortation, but the boats are not to be had. They know that McClellan's losses have been heavy in killed and wounded. They sayhousand would answer to their names. These men say, that McClellan has been reinforced at Berkeley, and that the transports ition to desert, if the men could get off. They knew that McClellan has been reinforced, and that he has no idea of surrenderuther were brought in during the forenoon. They are from McClellan's command, but we could not learn the name of the companyt in yesterday afternoon. These men state that they left McClellan's Army Saturday night. They say his headquarters are at Wlanked by Herring Creek, Berkeley Mill Pond, and with the river and his gunboats in the rear, McClellan will make a stand.
it required a force three times greater than McClellan possessed. In abandoning that line for a frble barrier — the Chickahominy — proves that McClellan has now advantages of position impossible foollowing editorial comments on the news from McClellan, as far as it had been received: In thast two days. At the end of these two days Gen. McClellan was first probably reinforced to the extenreported that, during the two days fighting, McClellan's loss was 10,000. On this head we have no The N. Y. Times thinks "the work which General McClellan has in hand is progressing to a favorable rebel capital, there to await the onset of McClellan, we are quite in the dark. We should judge th of its former line to defend. What Gen. McClellan's programme of action now may be will very McHenry on account of "that telegram" about McClellan. The American, of the 2d inst., says that pletion of the tremendous preparations which McClellan has made for the discomfiture and confusion [10 more...]<