McClellan's Latest address to the "Grand Army."
We publish this amusing document in another column.
It will be received with about of derision from one end of the Confederate States to the other.
The Whig says "for cool, brazen, mendacious eas his " The language of the Whig is too strong.
It belokens angry feeling, and surely the Whig cannot feel angry with McClellan new, however it might have felt a month ago. It is not Christian to be enraged with a corps.
Let the Whig curb its temure of contempt as it can afford to spare to an object so Immeasurably below the proper level of contempt.
We pity McClellan from the bottom of our hearts.
No man that we recollect to have heard of ever experienced such a succession of humiliahrust upon him, he had been defeated in nine pitched battles within the space of two months?. Such has been the case of McClellan.
He has been all his life a jackdaw, strutting in borrowed plumes — an clothed in the skin of a lion.
He made a repu