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e of which was destroyed by fire, valued at about $50,000. M'Clellan's campaign. The visit of the President to Gen. McClellan has suddenly silenced most of the clamor against the latter, 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, o— Why it was guarded, and not used as a Hospital. The correspondence on the subject of the White House, on the Pamunkey river, just laid before the House of Representatives, is interesting. General McClellan, in his telegram in reply to Secretary Stanton, (which stated that urgent complaints were made that the rebel General Lee's property was protected, and the necessities of our suffering soldiers demanded its use, and that the soldiers had to buy water where they were.) says that the Secr