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it — of which you, your State, and your country may not be proud.
I congratulate you on the patriotism that so many of you have evinced in your desire to re-enter the service.
I hope, I pray, and I know that your future career will be as glorious as your past.
I have one other hope; and that is that we may yet servo together some day again.
Loud cheers followed the conclusion of this speech, and officers and men cried out, We'll follow you anywhere, general!
After a speech from Major Harkins, General McClellan took leave with a few words of farewell, the soldiers cheering and crowding round him as he went out of the room.
General McClellan has recently appeared before the public, with much honor to himself, in a literary capacity.
In the autumn of 1863, the officers of the army stationed at West Point formed an association for erecting at that post a monument in commemoration of such officers of the regular army as shall have fallen in the service during the present war.