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gel in rapid motion for the field of action, Gen. Pope, with his staff, accompanied by Gen. McDowelfor the instant, wheeled into line, and gave Gen. Pope three cheers and a tiger, and then wheeling alry charge, after midnight of the enemy. Generals Pope and McDowell, and their respective staffs, heard, after leaving the field, that two of Gen. Pope's staff were killed by Confederate fire durihe positions in the close of the battle , General Pope, McDowell and their staffs being engaged us though aiming to flank us on both sides. General Pope immediately dispatched Tower's division of two P. M. the impression became general at General Pope's headquarters on the field that instead ofy a break in the telegraph the reception of General Pope's order to General King to join him with hiy has already been taken advantage of by Major-General Pope, and that he is again in motion towards , with the large force under the command of General Pope, everything bearing the appearance of surpr[3 more...]
False dignity Old Abe refuses to receive a copy of the proclamation of President Davis, issued in reply to Pope's infamous orders. We expected as much and so we presume the President Davis. There is not seize enough in the whole Yankee Cabinet to comprehend the true position in which they are placed. The head of a powerful people backed by 500,000 armed men, let his title to his power be what it may is most assuredly not a person to be contemptuously flouted by anybody. Least of all isa prisoner. But the inhumanity of this method of treating a most important paper, is worthy of execration by the whole civilized world. We have already in our possession between thirty and forty Yankee officers, who will most assuredly death if Pope's orders be carried out. Abe's dignity is so excited that he cannot unbend himself to the point of receiving a paper, in which the lives of these officers are threatened so pointedly that there can be no mistake about the intentions of our Governm