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lellan if possible — and to report the condition of Harper's Ferry, that it could not hold out more than forty-eight hours, unless reinforced, and to urge the sending of reinforcements.
Capt. Russell reached General McClellan's headquarters at Frederick at nine A. M. on Sunday, the fourteenth of September, and reported as directed by Colonel Miles.
Immediately upon his arrival Gen. McClellan sent off a messenger, as Captain Russell understood, to General Franklin.
At ten A. M. Capt. Russelil the last shell and round shot was expended, at nine o'clock A. M. Col. Miles's limb was not amputated; reaction did not take place sufficient to allow of it. He lingered until half-past 4 P. M. on Tuesday.
On Wednesday his body was taken to Frederick in a rough box by his staff-officers, and a metallic case procured, and therein conveyed to Sweet Air, Baltimore County, near Baltimore, Md. I hope justice will be done by the proper report at headquarters of the army.
Justice demands that the