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ligently our wagon trains and stores, suffering them to fall into the hands of the enemy; that he allows false dispatches from his subordinates to be sent to the Government and published in the newspapers, claiming victories that never wave won, and subsequently takes no pains to correct them. So successfully has the enemy been in obtaining possession of our stores that Gen. Kelley has been called in that quarter the rebel Quartermaster. In the capture of the various wagon trains between New Creek and Petersburg, the Cumberland print estimates that the Government has lost a million of dollars, besides a considerable number of men, to say nothing of the moral effect of such disasters. These charges are accompanied by a particular narrative of circumstances, and the testimony of officers in the army is appealed to by way of confirmation. Now it may be that General Kelley--though we doubt it vehemently — has done all that can be active, resolute, and sagacious an officer as ther