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We might thus contend that General Lee had 120,000 men opposed to him, which would bear to 57,000, the number of his army as made up by General Fitz. Lee's critic, about the same proportion as the ‘less than 40,000’ reported by General Lee, bears to the ‘87, 164 carried into action’ by General McClellan.

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