n the dangers and honors of the field.
Lieutenant McClellan, with ten of his men, was with General ferent regiments were quickly paraded.
Lieutenant McClellan, who was in a house on the side of the A. J. Swift and Lieutenants G. W. Smith and McClellan, of the Corps of Engineers.
The captain beif the defences of San Antonio, in which Lieutenant McClellan took part.
His company was then transfommanding, honorable mention is made of Lieutenant McClellan and his corps.
General Twiggs says, Liso disabled as to require shelter.
For Lieutenant McClellan's efficiency and gallantry in this affain command of the engineer company, and Lieutenant McClellan, his subaltern, distinguished themselverisoners of many suspicious persons.
Lieutenant McClellan had command of the company for a time ihe next house, and so on successively.
Lieutenant McClellan led the party on one side of the streetricans drove out the occupants.
It was Lieutenant McClellan's duty — or at least he considered it t