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marching, and reorganizing the army on the march
Harper's Ferry lost
McClellan relieves it, but miles surrenders
Franklin's victory at Crampton's Gap.
Next day I rode to the front of Alexandria, and was engaged in rectifying the positions ll your intellect and the utmost activity that a general can exercise. Geo. B. McClellan, Maj.-Gen. Commanding. Maj.-Gen. W. B. Franklin, Commanding 6th Corps.
Again, on the 14th, I sent him the following:
headquarters, Army of the Potomaclen — and the cessation of firing makes me fear that it has — it is my opinion that I should be strongly reinforced. W. B. Franklin, Maj.-Gen. Commanding 6th. Corps. Gen. G. B. McClellan.
Sept. 15, 11 A. M.
general: I have received your despatc on the force I see in front.
I have had a very close view of it, and its position is very strong.
Respectfully, W. B. Franklin, Maj.-Gen. Maj.-Gen. G. B. McClellan, Commanding.
Col. Miles surrendered Harper's Ferry at eight A. M. on the 15