g, and reorganizing the army on the march
Harper's Ferry lost
McClellan relieves it, but miles sur my opinion of the condition of affairs at Harper's Ferry, remarking that he was not at ease on the subject.
Harper's Ferry was not at that time in any sense under my control, but I told Mr. Seward ttions, for the reason that its presence at Harper's Ferry would not hinder the enemy from crossing tThe President adds: Receiving nothing from Harper's Ferry or Martinsburg to-day, and positive informficers in connection with the surrender of Harper's Ferry, I find the following:
The commission rts of the cannon were distinctly heard at Harper's Ferry.
It was confidently expected that Col. Mipography of the country in the vicinity of Harper's Ferry, why Franklin, instead of marching his colenemy.
This may be two hours from now. If Harper's Ferry is fallen — and the cessation of firing maon the right of the valley looking towards Harper's Ferry.
They outnumber me two to one.
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