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and Gen. Burnside correspondence with Secretary Stanton his professions of devotion the truth. Burnside to McClellan.Old Point, July 15, 1862. my dear Mac: I've just arrived from Washington and have not time to get ready to go up this morning, but will to-morrow. I've much to say to you and am very anxious to see you President has ordered me to remain here for the present, and when I asked him how long he said five or six days. I don't know what it means; but I do know, my dear Mac, that you have lots of enemies. But you must keep cool; don't allow them to provoke you into a quarrel. You must come out all right; I'll tell you all to-morrow. Your old friend, burn. Burnside to McClellan.Fort Monroe, Aug. 2, 1862. my dear Mac: I'm laid up with a lame leg, and besides am much worried at the decision they have chosen to make in regard to your army. From the moment I reached Washington I feared it would be so, and I am of the opinion that your engineers had m