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to this matter and report why a larger supply was not furnished. Gen. Meigs reported on the 14th that the average issue of horses to Gen. McCd procure. On the 18th Gen. McClellan stated, in regard to General Meigs's report, that he had filled every requisition for shoes and clothing. "Gen. Meigs may have ordered these articles to be forwarded, but they have not reached our depots, and unless greater effort to insure prompt transmission is made by the department of which Gen. Meigs is head, they might as well remain in New York or Philadelphia, so far as this army is concerned. " I immediately called Gen. Meigs's attention to this apparent neglect of his department. On the 25th he reported, arly communication with Washington by telegraph. It is due to Gen. Meigs that I should submit herewith a copy of a telegram received by hi 1862--9.40 P. M. From Gen. McClellan's headquarters: To Brig.-Gen. Meigs--Your dispatch of this date is received. I have never intende