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The Yankee General Pope. It is the nature of all men to love distinction.--The good peck it by
t has been truly said, "is father to the man."--Pope was distinguished at the academy as the most sh heart what the taste of blood is to the tiger.
Pope was cruel by nature.
He was not led on gradual is ears with the cries of human agony.
How Pope blustered himself into the notice of the Admini He wanted a man to gain victories on paper, and Pope had just proved himself to be that man. His rep hen, it is so easy to gain victories on paper?
Pope was the right man, and he put him in the right soon as they heard that Smart was after them.
Pope announced a great victory, in terms sufficientl before the very people he threatened to hang.
Pope threatens to hang every Virginian who may be fo
It saves the trouble of fighting, and fighting Pope does not like.
His satellite, with the German tims, and is fattening them for the slaughter.
Pope has cause to tremble for his laurels.
He in a