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and McClellan stock is advanced. If either he or Stanton is to be deposed, it will certainly not be McClellan. It is now plain that everything went charmingly, and produced only a series of successes as long as McClellan's plans were adhered to; but since the arbitrary change in that programme, on the 2d of May last, there has been only disaster followed by worse disasters. Gathering of Generals. There is a complete Congress of Generals in Washington — Pope, Wallace, Plummer, Mitchell, Sigel, Blenker, McDowell, and half-a-dozen others of less celebrity. Pope intends to make his headquarters in his saddle, and will be prepared for any emergency. Numerical strength of M'Clellan's army. (Army Correspondence of the Cincinnati Commercial.) It would not be prudent to attempt to state definitely how much it has been reduced numerically; but there can be no impropriety in stating that Gen. Mc'clellan was never able to carry over 80,000 effective men into battle. When
The Daily Dispatch: July 19, 1862., [Electronic resource], Interesting narrative of an escaped Confederate prisoner. (search)
Twenty-five dollars reward --Will be paid for a boy named Taylor, provided he be delivered to Wm. S. Phillips, of this city, or confined in any jail in the city of Richmond, so that I may get him again. Said boy is tolerably black, short hair, quick spoken, and very quick and active. He left my premises, in this city, about three months since, and has been recently in the employ of a Capt. Mitchell, 11th regiment Georgia volunteers. He represents himself as free, as he calls himself "Bill." F. W. Hancock, jy 15--1w Chief Surgeon 3d Division.