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improvised in front of the residence of General McClellan, in whose honor the display was devised,irrepressible demand for his appearance, General McClellan showed himself at the window and subsequs among the fixed places in front General of McClellan's was one representing a monument, upon whics inscribed in letters of light the name of "McClellan." It was surmounted with an eagle of glowingl be the offices of the other members of General McClellan's staff. The private residence of GenerGeneral McClellan, at the corner of 11 and Fifteenth staff, will be occupied by himself and family, his -in-law, General Marcy, and his brother, Captain McClellan, who are also members of his staff. neral Buel to this position springs from General McClellan's high appreciation of his military abiljoining the residence of Secretary Seward. Gen. McClellan has taken a residence nearly opposite Com.ollars. It is held by an order issued by General McClellan. It is believed by many in high pos[3 more...]
comdat myself, I have the happiness of saying to you — and my opinion may be of some little value upon that subject — that I have left in the field a large, noble, and patriotic army, for it is filled with many of our best citizens, officers, and men, commanded by Generals of very great merit — Generals capable of commanding and enchaining victory to their cars. I have left in the field young and vigorous men competent to do all the duties which their country can require of them--a Major-General McClellan, full of science and genius, and already of respectable experience. I have left Major-General Halleck, another officer of genius and science, and judgment and discretion, who cannot fail to meet all the wishes of his Government and his country. Besides those Major-Generals, we have many Brigadiers and Colonels of high worth. I do not, therefore, despair of the cause of the Union Nay, I am confident of the triumph of that within some reasonable time. I should hope by the followi<
establish its authority, and especially gratifying. In these respects, is the news from England. Generals Halleck and Burt Coning West--military Wedding. Washington, Nov. 12. --Generals Halleck, and Buel leave to-morrow for the West, to enter upon their respective military Departments. Col. Wheston, commanding a volunteer regiment, was married to-night to the daughter of the late Gen. Mason at the residence of Gen. Buel. Among the guests were Secretary Cameron, Generals McClellan, Heinizleman, Mags, McDowell, Van Vheit, and other Generals of high rank. It was throughout a brilliant assemblage. From the South side of the Potomac — a reconnaissance in force. Washington. Nov. 12 --From officers who have arrived here, it is ascertained that a reconnaissance in force of 16,000 men was made at an early hour this morning in a Southern direction from Alexandria. Two thousand rebels arrived near Acco ink creek yesterday with the main body of their my