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ve been invaluable in scouring the country, and in keeping General Hooker apprised of every movement of the enemy in season to meet it. As the matter stands, General McClellan needs no other defence against the testimony of General Hooker before the War Committee of Congress than his Rappahannock campaign, as compared with that of Halleck are the parties to be arraigned as the contrivers of this deplorable failure of Gen. Hooker, with the "finest army on the planet." Had they permitted Gen. McClellan last fall to go on with his own plans, and had they supported him in his movements, the war in Virginia would have been over months ago. Or had they moved dow Andrew has written a letter saying that negro soldiers are to be placed on a like footing, in every respect, and are to be protected if taken prisoners. Gen. McClellan visited Newburgh recently, where he was received with great favor by the leading Copperheads, and was the guest of A. D. Beally, who was put in Fort Lafayette