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ince, but with none so poor as to do him reverence McClellan was at once hoisted upon the vacant pedestal, and hibited his likeness in every variety of position; McClellan himself proclaimed "We have met our last defeat; we have seen our last retreat" But where is McClellan now?--Pope's star flashed for a brief hour across the firmhat field. Burnside has proved his superiority to McClellan. In his retreat from Fredericksburg, when he beliof Burnside's command. Whilst never regarding McClellan as a "Young Napoleon," he unquestionably understoothat could convert such men into soldiers and that McClellan at last accomplished this object no Southern man wour defences than the Yankee masses can be, though McClellan may have obtained information which he acted wiseluch as soon as they make the ex will discover that McClellan's policy was of the highest wisdom and prudence. Let them come on, and McClellan will have his revenge. All that the South has done in former battles will
tears shed by the soldiers who parted with Gen. McClellan. Many were the rude and spontaneous utterhe soldiers by the passing events. As Gen. McClellan, mounted upon a fine horse, attended by a as during the forenoon. Next morning Gen. McClellan at the railroad cars had an interesting an At this the Sergeant burst into tears, when McClellan replied, taking him by the hand, "Never let ocratic Union Association on the night after McClellan was removed is interesting. He said: army had ought to advance to Richmond under McClellan. [Great applause.] He had said that Gen. Wause, so Gen. Burnside, if he should go on as McClellan had in success, might find himself destined nd prolonged, rousing cheers for McClellan.] McClellan was comparatively new in the public service.ld do himself. Gen. Wadsworth had said that McClellan was superintendent of a second class railroad that the Union could be restored with George B. McClellan President of the re-United States, the [25 more...]