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e slaves of Mr. Toombs, and permit him to visit the North, the prophecy may be fulfilled. The correspondence between Generals M'Clellan and Halleck During General Pope's campaign. The following are a portion of the interesting dispatches which passed between Generals Halleck and McClellan, pursuant to the withdrawal of the army from the peninsula to aid General Pope, and are published from advance sheets of General McClellan's report: 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 the orders necessary to insure its being disposed. The substance was repeated to me when received, but I did not know that you asked for a reply immediately. I cannot answer without seeing the President, as General Pope is in command, by his order, of the department. I think Couch's division should go forward as rapidly as possible, and find the battle-field. Gen. Ha