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The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 2, 1861

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Includes double page woodcut engraving of The Great Naval Expedition From Fortress Monroe, Oct. 29, 1861

8 pages. WAR AGAINST REBELLION. Important from Washington. Gen. Winfield Scott Retires from the Command of the Army. Gen. McClellan Appointed Commander of the United States Troops. The Pennsylvania Regiments. Indications Of An Advance Of The Rebels. From. Gen. Banks' Division. The Rebel Pickets are Again Seen. From The Lower Potomac. Important from Baltimore, Md. The War In Missouri. Gen. Fremont's Advance Force beyond Springfield. The Rebel Price Still Retreating. The Latest From Washington. Excellent front page articles titled, Retirement Of Lieut. General Winfield Scott From Active Service. Honors To The Veteran. Gen. McClellan At The Head Of The Army. Gen'l McClellan Accepts The Command Of The Army. Remarks of the President. Response of Secretary Cameron. Other news: Attempt of Traitors to Control the Ballot Box in Baltimore. Important Order of Major General Dix. Release of the Gallant Col. Mulligan. The Great Naval Expedition. Latest News From The South. Death of Gen. Sam Houston. Women and the War. The Daring Fraud Upon the Soldiers Vote, and more news. Very fine early war issue with a scarce large naval illustration and important front page stories about the retirement of Lieutenant General Winfield Scott, who was a major hero in the United States at the start of the Civil War, and the news of his replacement, Major General George B. McClellan who was touted to be the new Napoleon.



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