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Elias Nason, McClellan's Own Story: the war for the union, the soldiers who fought it, the civilians who directed it, and his relations to them. 14 0 Browse Search
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ce. Speaking of Halleck, a day or two before he arrived in Washington Stanton came to caution me against trusting Halleck, who was, he saidin open court. When Halleck arrived he came to caution me against Stanton, repeating almost precisely the same words that Stanton had employStanton had employed. I made a note of this fact soon after its occurrence, and lately, Dec. 4, 1883, I saw for the first time, on page 833, vol. VIII., se's letter to Halleck, in which the former transmits a message from Stanton on the very same subject. This is eminently characteristic of StaStanton, who would say one thing to a man's face and just the reverse behind his back. Of all men whom I have encountered in high position Hak, dated Washington, March 22, 1862: I then bid the secretary (Stanton) good-evening and left him, but he called me back, and added that nce and declined his services; but without my knowledge or consent Stanton appointed him a colonel on my staff. I still declined to have any