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The Daily Dispatch: March 1, 1864., [Electronic resource], Yankee Raids on the Virginia Central railroad--damage thus far Trifling — Exciting rumors of the enemy's movements. (search)
cent report which Gen McClellan has published in the North, thus sums up what has been done for the country by interference with, and removal of that officer: The administration interfered with the peninsula campaign, and, by its withdrawal of sixty thousand men from the number that had been assigned as necessary to carry that campaign to a successful issue, caused its failure. The administration, by its suspension of General McClellan in August, 1862, caused the successive disasters of Pope's campaign. And the administration, by the removal of Gen McClellan in the fall of 1862, caused directly the massacre at Fredericksburg, the greater massacre at Chancellorsville, the advance of Lee into Pennsylvania, where the country was saved by the stubborn qualities of our soldiers, and Lee's eventual escape across the Potomac, which gave another year of existence to the rebellion. All this the administration has done; but it has not given an effective blow in the East towards the destr