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Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania, United States) (search for this): article 13
Gen. McClellan allowed two weeks to save himself. --The Pittsburg Post warns Gen. McClellan of the consequences unless he soon fights and wi a battle. It says to General McClellan has not two weeks life in him, unless in that time, he shall have fought and won a battle. The Government expect it, the army expect it, the people expect it. We have been patient, but the stock is getting low, and we cannot help thinking if he is no better prepared for a great battle than he appears to be for skirmishing, he should say so.
Gen. McClellan allowed two weeks to save himself. --The Pittsburg Post warns Gen. McClellan of the consequences unless he soon fights and wi a battle. It says to General McClellan has not two weeks life in him, unless in that time, he shall have fought and won a battle. The Government expect it, the army expect it, tGen. McClellan of the consequences unless he soon fights and wi a battle. It says to General McClellan has not two weeks life in him, unless in that time, he shall have fought and won a battle. The Government expect it, the army expect it, the people expect it. We have been patient, but the stock is getting low, and we cannot help thinking if he is no better prepared for a great battle than he appears to be for skirmishing, he should say so. General McClellan has not two weeks life in him, unless in that time, he shall have fought and won a battle. The Government expect it, the army expect it, the people expect it. We have been patient, but the stock is getting low, and we cannot help thinking if he is no better prepared for a great battle than he appears to be for skirmishing, he should say so.