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The Daily Dispatch: September 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia — a proclamation. (search)
and shall forever remain our sister States, the unmitigated curse of abolition. The young Napoleon Redivivus. McClellan, like the straw to the drawing man, is again important at the North. The Herald, of Thursday, has four articles, occupway back to Richmond. Meantime, with our army at Washington reinvigorated, consolidated, and harmonized, under General McClellan, and heavily reinforced by our new regiments of volunteers, of the best which have yet been sent to the field, we that quarter of five or six hours duration. In any event, and under any circumstances, as the two armies now stand, General McClellan is master of the situation, and has all the advantages at his command for holding this position and winning from itportant engagement during the war. Again and again they interfered to prevent the capture of Richmond, and at last left McClellan's army to melt away in the swamps of the Chickahominy, while they purposely held back reinforcements which were not nee
McClellan and Pope. Much indignation has of late been visited upon Pope, by both the Yankee and Confedera press, while, in general, they both seem to spare McClellan. We do not see that there is anything to choose bkees abuse Pope because be was unsuccessful So was McClellan. We abuse Pope because he instigated his troops td destroy the country through which he passed. If McClellan did not do the same thing. at least he took no paunt. Yet he did not tell more or greater has than McClellan. If Pope claimed a victory at Cedar Run and Manassas, let it be recollected that McClellan claimed a victory in every one of the battles in which he was ignomin left his rear to take care of itself. But surely McClellan's Paradies upon the bulletins of Napoleon after tho is proud of being such, and openly boasts of it. McClellan is equally a scoundrel, but he is a smooth tonguedrds while he is plundering you. Of the two we hold McClellan to be the worst, for he is a hypocrite in addition