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retreat at Harrison's Landing, within a hundred yards of numerous gunboats: Headquarters, Army of the Potomac, Harrison's Landing, July 4th. Soldiers of the Army he North, at the very moment, perhaps, when Lee was giving him his quietus: Headquarters, Groveton, August 30th. We fought a terrific battle here yesterday with tDavis regarding the Battle of Manassas throws light upon Pope's falsehoods: Headquarters, Groveton, Aug. 30th, 10 P. M. The army achieved to-day, on the plains of Halleck thus telegraphed to Washington, on the strength of Pope's reports: Headquarters, June 4th, 1862. General Pope, with forty thousand men, is thirty miles s the above, published in the Mobile Register, were to the following effect: Headquarters, Western Department, June 17th. Gentlemen: My attention has just been caleneral Lee's address to the people of Maryland on entering their territory: Headquarters, Army of Northern Virginia, Near Frederick, Monday, Sept. 8th, 1862. to the
etestable by his many acts of cruelty, despotism, and indecency. Nor shall I add more than say, that he has rendered himself contemptible to friends and foes throughout the civilized world. His General Orders are a mass of cruelty and folly — an eternal monument of his debased and indefensible character; and in his persecution of women, he has shown his unmanly disposition and temper, beyond all former example. I subjoin a few specimens of his General Orders: General orders, no. 150.Headquarters, Department of the Gulf, New-Orleans, 1862. Mrs. Phillips, wife of Philip Phillips, having been once imprisoned for her traitorous proclivities and acts at Washington, and released by the Government, and having been found training her children to spit upon officers of the United States, for which act of one of those children both her husband and herself apologized and were forgiven, is now found on the balcony of her house, during the passage of the funeral procession of Lieutenant De