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A Recollection from Hooker's history. There can be nothing more interesting to the public to-day than a reminiscence of the gentleman that has just been so badly crushed on the Rappahannock. A broken-down gambler, he is about the best specimen
come portions of it for the amusement of the Confederate public.
We will take the first question put to him when "Major-Gen. Hooker was sworn by the chairman of the committee:"
Question.--To what do you attribute the failure of the Peninsula state how be followed the retreating Confederates.
When they reached Fort Magruder, where the Federals got their defeat, Hooker says:
I supposed then that Gen. Heintzalman was there, but it turned out that he had left, and Gen. Sumner was in c e, and i have no doubt that it is so, that he said to Gen. McClellan: " General, you have three old women in advance.
Gen. Hooker is engaged heavily, and they will send him no reinforcements.
It is necessary for you to go in advance." I think Gov.