as I now do from the correspondence between McClellan and Halleck, that theretofore there had beenals of the army.
I knew I was not wanted by McClellan, because he was aware that as a volunteer of of cavalry and three detached companies.
McClellan's letter, July 2. His story, page 59. His fitter, Aug. 16, 1861. His story, page 87.
McClellan had then been only twenty days in Washingtonseen — enough to tax the patience of Job.
McClellan's letter, Oct. 10, 1861. His story, page 169enslave the people.
It is incredible that McClellan could have published his treasonable utteran got rid of General Scott.
He saw also that McClellan had determined, as he admits, not to prosecuand with a genius for administration, he put McClellan, when he thought it safe to so do, in the sa for such purpose.
To show how thoroughly McClellan had been corrupted, or corrupted himself, annst me by the officers from West Point.
Now McClellan has put almost all the brigades in charge of