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character of the ordnance. The cavalry was under the command of Gen. Stoneman, and the artillery under the command of Gen. Barney, both aids to Gen. McClellan, and detailed to the several services named. The whole was reviewed by Major General McClellan at four o'clock. The General was accompanied by Gen. Van Vleet, Quartermaster of the Department of the Potomac, Inspector Gen. Marcy, Capt. Sykes, and Capt. Hudson, of Gen. McClellan's staff, Gen. Mansfield and staff, Gen. and staff, Gen. Fitzjohn Porter, Gen. Meigs, Gen. Keyes, Gen. Smith, Gen. Blenker and staff, including Prince Salm Salm and the Prince de Joinville, and son and two nephews. This entire party accompanied the Commanding General in the grand review. It was witnessed by five thousand people, and was highly satisfactory to Gen. McClellan, to the guests, and the spectators generally. The Prince de Joinville, Prince Salm Salm and other experienced gentlemen from the classic needs of Europe, who have witnessed many