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Xv. June, 1862 Huger fails again. a wounded boy. the killed and wounded. Lee assumes command. Lee prepares to attack McClellan Beauregard watches the gold. our generals scattered. hasty letter from Gen. Lee. opening of grand batt
ey call it; a sentiment hitherto unknown to them.
The battle was renewed to-day, but not seriously.
The failure of Gen. Huger to lead his division into action at the time appointed, is alleged as the only reason why the left wing of the enemy w arn, has had his day. And Magruder is on sick leave.
He is too open in his censures of the late Secretary of War.
But Gen. Huger comes off scotfree; he has always had the confidence of Mr. Benjamin, and used to send the flag of truce to Fortress Mo he Chickahominy.
McClellan is doggedly retiring toward the James River.
Once more all men are execrating Gen. Huger.
It is alleged that he again failed to obey an order, and kept his division away from the position assigned it, which