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easury. However, they whipped the British out of their country, which is more than the Yankees did. They did it, too, without the assistance of the Yankees. They went to help these same Yankees as soon as they got into difficulties, but they got no assistance in return. Cameron tells us that the same proportion of Yankeedom called into the field now would give an army of three millions. If they do no better than the Massachusetts men did when Washington had them on Long Island and at King's Bridge, we wish him joy of his multitude. Washington having witnessed the flight of a brigade of them before a dozen or two British light dragoons, and having in vain tried to stop them, threw his hat down in the mud, and exclaimed in a fit of rage and despair, "Are these the men with whom I am expected to save America?" And most assuredly, if better men had not come to him from the South, he never would have saved it. Cameron thinks lightly of the victory at Manassas. General McClellan