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Packenham McClellan (search for this): article 3
The heavy guns of McClellan's army. now believed that a large number of siege guns designed to have been planted around Richmond were at the White House when the Yankees that place, and that they were thrown key river. Everything that has the stampedes of McClellan's army arrangement were nearly perfected for an advance upon the capital and the was to pursue the same eye. warfare that has marked the of the Yankees elsewhere. The blow Confederate forces was a timely one Beyond McClellan's army arrangement were nearly perfected for an advance upon the capital and the was to pursue the same eye. warfare that has marked the of the Yankees elsewhere. The blow Confederate forces was a timely one Beyond the frustration of a scheme initiated immediately a the battle of Manassas. It occasioned of war material so vast in extent that the Federal censors are driven to the subtler fare of false based in order to conceal the value in dollars and cents by which the popular clamor at the North is to some extent allayed.