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t notwithstanding the numbers and devotion of the "Army of the Potomac," McClellan does not know how many friends he really has in the country, nor will he until he shall have entered the great metropolis. A letter in the same paper, from Warrenton, says: Monday was occupied by Gen. McClellan in passing among the various camps, reviewing his troops and taking a final leave of both officers and soldiers. The course was first to Fits John Porter's corps. Sykes's division of regulars complaints against those who had removed from command their beloved leader. This is the type of all which happened during the leave-taking of Gen. McClellan from the army of the Potomac. At noon he dined at the Warren Green Hotel, at Warrenton, with General Burnside. After dinner the corps near by were passed through, as during the forenoon. Next morning Gen. McClellan at the railroad cars had an interesting and affecting interview with Gen. Burnside. After this they parted, a