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McClellan is very like that of Lee, and he is the only man we know of at present who is able to cope with him. Gen. Scott indicated him as the best commander for the whole army, and it is the rashest presumption on the part of more civilians--third rate lawyers — to remove him from it, and put in his place General untried upon a large scale. It is true, that the greatest Generals the world ever saw took command of armies without ever having led a regiment against the enemy, Peter the Great, Conde, Frederick, and Napoleon, are examples, But these are exceptions to the general role, and we would be woefully deceived by following the exceptions instead of the rule — Even Napoleon — a General of such surpassing genius — did not suddenly assume the command of large armies. It was only by degrees that he acquired the skill to wield vast masses of men. McClellan with his larger experience and greater military knowledge, would not have assailed so strong a position as that of the enemy be