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The Daily Dispatch: January 4, 1862., [Electronic resource] 4 0 Browse Search
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ive interest at the North. It will be seen from the following, that the Yankees are already casting about them for his successor, thus evincing their indifference, if not a desire, to get rid of him as their leader: Gen. McClellan is worse to-day, quite worse. The danger of a typhoid fever is now unconcealed. This case excites a very general interest — exaggerated, perhaps, from its importance and its untimeliness, but so thorough as to provide speculatively even for his successor. Ben Ward, of Ohio, is the popular preference. Gen. McClellan was better this morning, but too much attention to business caused a slight change for the worse toward evening. It is hoped, however, that notwithstanding the efforts of the brass band, which had the lolly to give him to-night the only serenade which he has had since he fell ill, he will soon be out. Gen. Marcy's health has greatly improved. Latest from Key West--forcible Seizure of a New Orleans merchant. The Key West corr
Gen. McClellan's sickness. The commander of the Federal armies is dangerously sick at Washington, of typhoid fever, and the Yankee newspapers, with their usual good taste, are already discussing the question of the successorship. Gen. Ward, of Ohio, is spoken of as the man, which looks unfavorable for N. P. Banks.