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Administration will not take it because it was chosen by Gen. McClellan. It says: Now we were not aware that Gen. McClellan had taken out a patent for the Peninsula line of operations against Richmond, though we had supposed that the lamentable failure he made in his attempt to reach the Rebel capital by this route, would nois done there will be a very serious obstacle to our getting there by any route. On the face of the map there is certainly nothing in either the overland or the Peninsula line to Richmond that need much embarrass an advance. They are both good enough, and we do not know that there is much to choose between them. From the line of which, put into comparison with Rosecrans's great march from Murfreesboro' to Chattanooga, is but child's play. In the mere matter of the territorial march the Peninsula line is undoubtedly the shorter; but this route has the counterbalancing disadvantages which always attach to military operations dependent on a water line for a