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best men in front now, and should we break through their lines, the militia in the rear would only make confusion worse confounded. The story about their having 200,000 men is untrue, and only calenlated to dishearten our men, and encourage the rebel cause. A rebel Lie. The Richmond Dispatch, of the 21st, contains a dispatch from Montgomery, Ala., stating that Beauregard was on his way to Richmond with reinforcements. This dispatch is believed to be bogus by Gen. McClellan. M'Clellan up a tree. Just as I am writing, Gen. Stockham and his attendants are being photographed by an operator who accompanies the army. The General is laying back cosily, holding in one hand a dispatch, which an orderly is about to receive. On his right is Capt. Alexander and Lieut. Sumner, son of the General who distinguished himself at Fair Oaks; on the ground lays a negro, with a dog lying at his feet. Surrounding them are a few spectators, engerly scanning the movements of the artist
Latest Northern news. M'Clellan's dispatches. Through the kindness of a friend we have received a copy of the New York Herald of the 26th. The first heading which meets the eye is — Advance of the Union Lines Towards Richmond — Brilliant Engagement and Success of the Union forces — Obstinate Resistance of the Enemy — Splendid Conduct of our Troops in Action — The Rebels Driven from their Camp, &c., &c. This is the heading to three dispatches from Gen. McClellan, as follows: Redourt No. 3, June 25, 1.30 P. M. Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War: We have advanced our pickets on the left considerably to-day under sharp resistance. Our men have behaved very handsomely. Some firing still continues. Geo. B. McClellan, Major General Commanding. Redoubt No. 3, June 25, 3.15 P. M. Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War: The enemy are making desperate resistance to the advance of our picket lines. Kharney, and one- half of Hooker's, are where I want