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Washington under Banks. by Richard B. Irwin, Lieutenant-Colonel and Assistant Adjutant-General, U. S. V. Heintzelman's headquarters at
le History of the Second Army Corps, were almost days of panic in Washington.
These words mildly indicate the state into which affairs had fa ainly, but by no means destroyed, there stood before the lines of Washington not less than 40,000 veterans who had not fired a shot in this ca rged on by uncontrollable teamsters,--which presently poured into Washington, overflowed it, took possession of its streets and public places, al Halleck the Confederate army had disappeared from the front of Washington and General McClellan was putting his troops in march to meet it. harge of the adjutant-general's department at his Headquarters in Washington, to issue orders in his name and to prevent the tail of the army
It was before these lines that, two years later, in his raid on Washington, Early brought up one evening; it was behind them that the dawn r