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The Daily Dispatch: September 16, 1862., [Electronic resource], By the Governor of Virginia — a proclamation. (search)
From the North. The latest Northern papers furnish us further interesting news. It is now stated that Gen. Pope was relieved from command "at his own request." General McDowell, whose division was almost destroyed by our army, has met Pope's Pope's fate. He has been "temporarily" relieved by Gen. Reno. Gen. Banks is still lying at Willard's Hotel, Washington, from his wound. The draft in Pennsylvania and several other States has been postponed till the 20th inst. The war tax has raised the ranment these Congressmen did not cease their bloody work, but incessantly harassed our Generals in the field, and prevented Pope's reinforcement when he was battling with the whole rebel army in desperate endeavors to check the advance upon Washingtonith quite as much impudence. It is said that the moment Fitzhugh Lee captured Manassas, he telegraphed in the name of General Pope's chief of staff to the proper officer in Washington, requesting him to send to the junction a large supply of shelter
McClellan and Pope. Much indignation has of late been visited upon Pope, by both the Yankee and Confederate press, whiPope, by both the Yankee and Confederate press, while, in general, they both seem to spare McClellan. We do not see that there is anything to choose between them. The Yankees abuse Pope because be was unsuccessful So was McClellan. We abuse Pope because he instigated his troops to plunder and dePope because he instigated his troops to plunder and destroy the country through which he passed. If McClellan did not do the same thing. at least he took no pains to prevent ite country between the Potomac and the Rapidan. We laugh at Pope for his lying bulletin. and the Yankees are enraged with hYet he did not tell more or greater has than McClellan. If Pope claimed a victory at Cedar Run and Manassas, let it be reco there entitle him to be considered, at least, the equal of Pope in the art of bragging. The difference between the two men we take to be this: Pope is an open. unblushing, bare-faced scoundrel, who is proud of being such, and openly boasts o
Yankee officers. --The number of Pope's officers in the Libby prison was increased on Sunday evening by the addition of 1st Lieut. Wm. H. Clarke, of I company, 21st Massachusetts regiment, and 2d Lieut Geo. C. Perker, of B company, same regiment. They were taken at the battle of Manassas.