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The Illustrated London News, vol.39, no. 1110, p. 320.

September 28,1861

The New York Herald mentions as a "singular circumstance that General M'Clellan, the commander of the Union Forces on the Potomac, and General Beauregard, the chief of the rebel army, each graduated second in rank in his class at West Point."

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