New York: Privately Printed, 1865. 4pp. Folio. Printed wrappers. Wrappers detached. Chipped on edges, but good. Item #WRCAM26293
A poem deriding Gen. George McClellan for not mobilizing Union troops against the South. "Now that you've marshaled your whole command, Planned what you would, and changed what you've planned; Practiced with shot and practiced with shell, Known to a hair where every one fell,...Is the whole matter too heavy a charge? What are you waiting for, tardy George?" SABIN 6174.