These three items appeared in order in the July 27, 1861 edition of the Covington Journal.
Gen. McClellan has been summoned to Washington to take command of the army on the Potomac.
Gen. Rosecrans takes charge of the Federal forces in Western Virginia.
Gen. Fremont passed through Cincinnati Wednesday evening to take command of the Western Division of the Federal army.
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