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ive that some scrious disaster to General McClellan is within the range of probability; and should any disaster befall him they know where public opinion will fix the responsibility. Our loyal people, like our honest and sagacious President, [save the mark] have always had the fullest confidence in Gen. McClelian. Not so, however, is it, or has it been, with our radical republicans. From the day when it was made apparent that Gen. McClelian had repaired in our Potomac army the damages of Ball Run, and rendered Washington perfectly safe by his military skill and incessant industry — from that day that abolition agitation and incessant clamor against his inactivity, timklity and loyalty commenced which culminated in the breaking up of his Potomac army into three or four separate armies, in the derangement of his well-laid plans for the capture of Richmond, and the suppression of the rebellion. He was not, and would not become, a worshipper among the negro worshippers, and they re