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trigues to break up the army and the plans of Gen. McClellan, to stop recruiting for the army, when fifty thousand more men were needed to secure our conquests in Virginia, and a hundred thousand more to push the rebels speedily out of the State. Let the responsibility then rest where it belongs. We cannot consent that either the President or the Secretary of War shall be made the scapegoat for a disaster which properly belongs to the abolition negro brigade of Congress. Latest from M'Clellan's army. The Northern papers contain the usual quantity of letters from the Army of the Potomac. Some of them are amusing. We make some extracts: White-House, Va., May 26, 1862. The great body of our army have safely, and, with but little opposition, crossed the Chickahominy river, and our advanced guard is within five miles of the city of Richmond. This fact dispels the heretofore prevalent idea that the enemy would make a bold defence on the west bank of the river alre