Burnside's repulse at Fredericksburg was followed by a discouraging retreat.
Burnside is honest and loyal, only give him no army to command.
Burnside took care of the army, no doubt, but it was of the rebel army.
Rhetors and sham-erudites are ecstatic about Burnside's conduct.
Burnside, with his corps, got into line many hours too late.
Burnside had run his course, and "Fighting 'Joe' Hooker" was in command.
His hat off, we recognized the handsome author of the "Burnside" whiskers.
It was given over to Burnside, and he took the Fredericksburg route to Richmond.
Burnside sent an order to Franklin to attack again, but Franklin disobeyed.
Burnside had, meantime, been dismissed in disgrace for his shameful failure.