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s not sustained the army. If you do not do to now, the game is lost. If I save this army now, I tell you plainly, that I owe no thanks to you, or to any other person in Washington. You have done your best to sacrifice this army. G B. McClellan. To Hon E M Stanton. The army at Marrison's landing. On the 1st of July I received the following from the President: Washington, July 1, 1862--3.30 P. M. Major-Gen. George B. McClellan. It is impossible to rein force yoacked to-day I shall laugh at them. I have been anxious about my communication I had a long consultation about it with Flag Officer Goldsborough last night. He is confident he can keep the river open. He should have all the gunboats possible. Will see him again this morning. My men are in splendid spirits, and anxious to try it again. Alarm yourself as little as possible about me, and don't lose confidence in this army. G B. McClellan, Major Gen. To A. Lincoln, President.