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sident Lincoln had called from the West Maj.-Gen. John Pope, and placed him in command of the threeines, Hope told a flattering tale, as follows:— Pope told a flattering tale, Which proved to be bravst selection, but he and Banks, both seniors to Pope, submitted without a word; as did also Sumner, ack, by water, to unite with the army now under Pope, in front of Washington.
McClellan earnestlyrps, as fast as it arrived, was marched to join Pope's army, it being designed to concentrate everytto Gordonsville, to oppose reported advances of Pope.
The latter had, on July 14, ordered Gen. Hatcfirst reached Culpeper.
Could he defeat one of Pope's three corps, and occupy that central position.
By morning he found that the greater part of Pope's army was now united in his front, and that hi himself in gleaning the battle-field of arms.
Pope showed too much wisdom to accept the gage of furategy was very nearly successful.
On Aug. 12, Pope, having heard that the reenforcements under Bur