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General Hooker. Northern papers, noticing the crossing of their army to the south bank of the Rappahannock, are fulsome in their praises of Hooker."With the reins of his command [not "horse"] well in hand, Gen. Hooker rode along the entire liGen. Hooker rode along the entire lines, witnessing the crossing at Kelley's Ford!" says an enthused correspondent. The same faithful chronicler represents the
captivated by the prefigured results, and resolved to try Hooker. --What if he was not an honorable gentleman!
They all kn stics of the North, and therefore not to be objected to in Hooker]
But Hooker failed is a different man from Hooker befHooker failed is a different man from Hooker before his failure, and with all the prospective victories he had engaged to win for the Yankees!
He will now "get his fairingHooker before his failure, and with all the prospective victories he had engaged to win for the Yankees!
He will now "get his fairing" They will all be down upon him. He has disappointed them, and all his faults and deficiencies will be magnified, and he wi another Nebuchadnezzar.
The Yankees will be revenged upon Hooker!
For his benefit we will relate an anecdote which he may