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 war. In support of this last statement of facts the writer offers as evidence the correspondence between Gen. George B. Mc-Clellan, as commander-in-chief of Ohio volunteers, with his headquarters at Cincinnati, and Gen. Winfield Scott, as commander-in-chief of the Federal army, with his headquarters at Washington City. (See ‘War of Rebellion,’ Vol. LI., Series I., Part I., Supplement).
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