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e. My love to mother, sister and the little boys. Your affectionate husband. J. W. Dempsey. Recovery of Gen. M'Clellan. The Washington telegraphic correspondent of the New York Herald, under date of the 14th inst., says: General McClellan has quite recovered from his recent illness, and is now able to devote himself to business. Those whose impatience had induced them to murmur at the to them apparently unreasonable delay of any great military movement, will soon have occasion to acknowledge their error.--General McClellan confides his plans to none, except as they are to be executed. His purpose is to effectually crush out the rebellion, and restore the public peace and the integrity of the Union. Within the last few days those who have been admitted even to a partial confidence, and among them some who have looked gloomily upon the future, are elated at the prospect presented, and express satisfaction that all will soon be convinced of the wisdom of the cours
he military filled the house, and the reporters were shut out. Now came the tug of war. One reporter's efforts alone I will give as a sample, selecting the victor in the case Having failed in all other efforts to get in, he braised it up to General McClellan and asked a pass. This was ridiculous of course, as it was neither McClellan's house nor funeral, and reporter was snubbed. Off he goes to Gen. Marcy, chief of McClellan's staff, and was as cavalierly treated as he deserved. Round the hoMcClellan's staff, and was as cavalierly treated as he deserved. Round the house he goes, and finding the omnipresent contraband, gives him a dollar to shoot him down the scuttle hole, when round through larder and lobby he creeps to the side of the parson. But he care not use his pencil lest it bring on a gentle leading out by the ear.--Down he sits with one eye half closed in full funeral flow, and the other on the parson's manuscript. The address over, down knelt the venerable Sunderland to close with prayer — down knelt reporter, meek and mousing; and when all hea
esent war, when he was appointed a Colonel of artillery in the State service. It is a rather remarkable fact that during the period alluded to in 1858, Gen. Duncan, Gen. Beauregard, Capt. Avegus, (of the 13th Louisiana, now at Columbus,) and Gen. McClellan, commander-in-chief of the Federal Armies, were all associated with each other in New Orleans, and engaged in the Vigilance Committee movement Gen. Beauregard was the Democratic candidate for Mayor of New Orleans, and was zealously supported as appointed a Colonel of artillery in the State service. It is a rather remarkable fact that during the period alluded to in 1858, Gen. Duncan, Gen. Beauregard, Capt. Avegus, (of the 13th Louisiana, now at Columbus,) and Gen. McClellan, commander-in-chief of the Federal Armies, were all associated with each other in New Orleans, and engaged in the Vigilance Committee movement Gen. Beauregard was the Democratic candidate for Mayor of New Orleans, and was zealously supported by Gen. McClellan.
afternoon went to the suburbs to arrest Samuel Rouk for idle stealing. They found him at one Finley's and broke open the door, when Rouk shot one of the policemen Benjamin Rust, dead, and slightly wounded P. Kirby. Policeman Williams their struck. Rouk, breaking his Jaw, and captured him A thoroughly reliable gentleman, just arrived here, reports having seen John C. Breckinbridge at Bowling Green on Friday last. Movements of Gen. M' Clellan. Washington, Jan. 15. --General McClellan went to the Capitol to-day, and was engaged with the Committee upon the conduct of the War from ten until four o'clock, after which he was sent for by the President, and held an interview with him. This has give him more exercise than he has had in any day since his last illness. His interview with the committee is believed to have been of pleasant and satisfactory nature. His friend are satisfied that the interview will inspan the committee with entire confidence in the General.