Any success gained at that time in front of Washington could not have been followed up, and a victo the line of operations leading by land from Washington to Richmond, but to conduct a sufficient foreadily pushing forward the fortifications of Washington and the instruction and organization of the o Gen. Halleck.headquarters of the Army, Washington, D. C., Nov. 11, 1861.
general: In assigning.
To Gen. Buell.headquarters of the Army, Washington, Nov. 7, 1861.
general: In giving you ins.
To Gen. Buell.headquarters of the Army, Washington, Nov. 12, 1861.
general: Upon assuming coGen. T. W. Sherman.headquarters of the Army, Washington, Feb. 14, 1862.
general: Your despatches them to the adjutant-general of the army in Washington, I think at the same time with my report.
M an office--first in New York, afterwards in Washington — entirely distinct from that of the adjutanent inclined to think that a close search in Washington will be productive of much better results th