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herealized by the great scenes through which I have passed. My victories have won me eternal fame; immortality is mine, immortality is mine. I have not taken Richmond, but I have taken the gunboats. I have not "pushed Johnston to the wall," but I have pushed myself against the old redoubtable Stonewall! Immortality is mine! Immortality is mine! With lofty sentiments of exalted esteem, I abide, G. B. McCLELLAN, Maj. Gen'l Comd'g, near the Gunboats. P. S.--I omitted to state that forty-six of the rebel regiments were from North Carolina. I have told you before of the strong Union sentiments existing among the troops from that State. From the closeness with which they followed me it is now demonstrated beyond all peradventure that they desired to establish intimate relations with my brave and noble reserves. Had not the Tar River boys kept shooting bullets the sweetest intimacy might have been established between us. Sincerely, G. B. McC. Near the Gunboats.