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learn) to fight in earnest. Let but the Government strike one blow at the abolition traitors and the rebellion will stagger with a mortal wound, while thousands of loyal but scrupulous men, who have been misled by Abolitionists, and now hold back, declining to fight for emancipation and amalgamation, will crowd our armies and carry the old flag triumphantly over the last strong-hold of rebellion. Richmond the Citadel of the rebellion — everything for Richmond. [From the N. Y. Herald, July 15.] Gen. McClellan has been checked in front of Richmond by an assailing rebel army of two hundred thousand men. Jeff. Davis and his confederates have staked their game of Southern independence upon their defence of Richmond. All their available military forces and resources are concentrated in and around their chosen "Confederate" capital. They know that if they are driven from it their prestige and power at home and their dreams of foreign intervention are at an end.--They believe that