the President to be conservative.
I think some of Gen. Pope's orders very injudicious, and have so advised himbe involved in its rapid execution.
I cannot regard Pope and Burnside as safe until you reinforce them.
Moreo the James.
About this time I saw a good deal of Gen. Pope. . . . He condemned Gen. McClellan's conduct more r man, to Washington. . . . On coming to Washington, Pope, who was ardent and, I think, courageous, though notty to denounce McClellan and his hesitating policy.
Pope also reciprocated the commendations bestowed on him et rid of McClellan at headquarters.
（P. 193) But Pope was defeated, and the army, sadly demoralized, came ctive officer.
We proposed to the President to send Pope to the James, and give Mitchell the command of the aont of Washington, which . . . had been placed under Pope.
The President was not prepared for anything so decers's Life, etc., of S. P. Chase, p. 447).
After Pope's defeat Mr. Chase says:
The President . . . him