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79,000, and this is the actual loss of McClellan's army, according to Lincolns estimate. As we may be sure he did not exaggerate his own losses, we shall assume 1,000 more and put these losses at 80,000. our own estimate. As the Yankee President can get no account of these men from McClellan, who is constantly writing that he defeated our army in every battle, in which he himself was beaten into a jelly, we take the liberty of relieving his perplexity. They lost, say, 3,000 men before York. They 5000 at Williamsburg. They lost 2,000 at Bar Hansville. They lost, according to Chandler, 10,000 by digging on the Chickahominy. They lost 13,000 at Seven Pines. The remaining 45,000 they either in the battles of the last of June and 1st of July, from disease or straggling off and perishing in the swamps. Thus we account for the whole eighty thousand, and thus it appears that when we their entire loss in the last- named battles, at between 40,000 and 50,000, we did not miss the