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war has he doubted the final result. His opinion of George B. McClellan is not at all complimentary to that gentleman, whom he believed that the majority of the rebel army regarded McClellan as being as truly devoted to their interests as Robert E.ting dispatches which passed between Generals Halleck and McClellan, pursuant to the withdrawal of the army from the peninsuleneral Pope, and are published from advance sheets of General McClellan's report: General McClellan to General Halleck. General McClellan to General Halleck. August 30--10:30 P. M. I have sent to the front all my troops, with the exception of Couch's division, and have given sible, and find the battle-field. Gen. Halleck to Gen. McClellan. August 31--2:45 P. M. The Subsistence Departme should be sent to the vicinity of Chain Bridge. Gen. McClellan's reply. August 31, 1863. Major Haller is at Fpartment order I have no right to give them orders. G. B. McClellan, Major General. General HalleckGeneral Halleck'