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ave both done, and the Cabinet crisis is over." has written Halleck a letter, in which at his reasons for moving the Army of the the Rappahannock sooner than by the President, Secretary of and of Halleck, and for crossing at a point from the one suggested by Halleck andHalleck and President that he, Burnside, thought he dis that the enemy had thrown a large por of his force down the river and elsewhere, as he suppohis Warrenton rather against the opinion of Secretary of War and Halleck. He be moved earlier than was expected, and Stanton, and HallecHalleck told him to be He gives, as his losses, 1,152 killed, wounded, of which, he says, a large are very slightly so, and his prisoners are Hexpect from a con prosecution of this war under such men as and Halleck? hope that President Lincoln, rising of the exigencies of tat? same old accursed trio of imbeciles at Washington, Lincoln, Halleck, and Stanton. Those murderous, might have been carried had the
ng a reply within fifteen days, it would be assumed that the Fact alleged was true, and was sanctioned by the Government of the United States: And whereas, an answer dated on the 7th August last (1862) was addressed to General Lee. by Gen. H. W. Halleck, the said General in Chief of the armies of the United States, alleging sufficient cause for failure to make early reply to said letter of 6th July, asserting that who authentic information had been received in relation to the execution of , Confederate an agent for the exchange of prisoners under the cartel between the two Governments, to Lieut Colonel W. H. Ludlow, agent of the United States under said cartel informing him that the explanations promised in the said letter of General Halleck of 7th August last had not yet been received, and that if no answer was sent to the Government within fifteen days from the delivery of this last communication, it would be considered that an answer is declined: And whereas by letter da