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. It is impossible to rein force you for your present emergency. If we had a million of men we could not get them to you in time. If you are not strong enough to face the enemy, you must find a place of security — wait, rest, and repair. Maintain your ground it you can, but save the army at all events, even if you fall back to Fortress Monroe. We still have strength enough in the country and will bring it out. A. Lincoln., In a dispatch from the President to me on the 2d of July he says: "It you think you are not strong enough to take Richmond just now, I do not wish you to. Try just now to save the army material and personnel, and I will strengthen it for the offensive again as fast as I can. The Governors of eighteen States offer me a new levy of three hundred thousand, which I accept" On the 3d of July the following kind dispatch was received from the President: [Extract.] Washington, July 3, 1862--3 P. M. Major Gen. George B. McClellan: