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t from the James river. But if Grant is still to stay there, who shall repel the invasion? No confidence would be felt by the country in any other man than General McClellan. But from General McClellan it seems the President requires "pledges." McClellan must relinquish one of the rights of a citizen before he can be permitted tGeneral McClellan it seems the President requires "pledges." McClellan must relinquish one of the rights of a citizen before he can be permitted to serve his country. But we shall see. Perhaps even the President may forget his political schemes when there are fifty thousand rebel soldiers on their way down the Valley. From Atlanta — great success of Stoneman — Sherman's position — Opinions of Confederate Generals. Perhaps the best telegram of the season is the follMcClellan must relinquish one of the rights of a citizen before he can be permitted to serve his country. But we shall see. Perhaps even the President may forget his political schemes when there are fifty thousand rebel soldiers on their way down the Valley. From Atlanta — great success of Stoneman — Sherman's position — Opinions of Confederate Generals. Perhaps the best telegram of the season is the following from Louisville, dated the 3d instant: The Nashville Union of to-day says apparently well-authenticated but unofficial information has been received that General Stoneman not only cut the Macon railroad, but defeated the rebel Wheeler at Proctor's creek; that the latter lost from five hundred to one thousand men in