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ere is nothing left to say. Henceforth we must have only action, action, and again action. We are done playing with war, and must now fight a earnest. The order of the day is, down with all traitors. This civil war has dragged its slow length along for fifteen months. It could have been, and ought to have been, settled in half the time. It has already cost the country six hundred millions of dollars. The greater part of this immense sum has been wasted and stolen. Up to this date thousands of lives have been lost upon our battle-fields.--Thousands of these lives have been thrown away, unnecessarily sacrificed, wantonly squandered, heedlessly murdered. The bones of our dead soldiers would make a Golgotha monument higher than that of Banker Hill. The money already spent upon this war would have given competences to a million of people. In return for this immense outlay of blood and treasure, what have we gained? Are the rebels subdued? On the contrary, they seem stron