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r in superior strength against the active forces of this rebellion. Here, then, government and people, we take a new departure, and enter upon a new campaign equal to the full measure of the great work before us. The whole strength of the rebellion is now staked upon its great army in Virginia. We have only to demolish that army in order to end the war. Granted that it is an army of three hundred thousand men; we see no reason why it should be permitted to hold Virginia beyond the 1st of October. President Lincoln has the power and the means to put to flight and disperse this defiant rebel army within the next sixty days. Congress has invested him with absolute authority over the men, money, means, and facilities of the nation of every kind for a brief and overwhelming campaign. At this moment no monarch in Christendom, not even the Emperor of Russia, possesses a more ample range of authority than our modest and unpretending President. This authority has been bestowed upon him