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correspondence between Generals M'Clellan and Halleck During General Pope's campaign. The followteresting dispatches which passed between Generals Halleck and McClellan, pursuant to the withdrawallellan's report: General McClellan to General Halleck. August 30--10:30 P. M. I have seg's cavalry with me, if allowed to go. Gen. Halleck's reply. I have just seen your telegrams possible, and find the battle-field. Gen. Halleck to Gen. McClellan. August 31--2:45 P. M. G. B. McClellan, Major General. General HalleckGeneral Halleck's Rejoinder Washington, General Halleck's Rejoinder Washington, Aug. 31. General McClellan: Since receiving your dispatch relating to command, I have not nd experience. I am entirely tired out. H. W. Halleck, General-in-Chief. Kentucky Congresss to that which Grant led to Vicksburg. If Gen. Halleck thinks it might be effected by what is leftre is quite a suspicion getting abroad that Gen. Halleck has a fashion of sending rising Generals on