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the same time, although we do not hear of his having yet been seen at Great Bethel. [From the Baltimore Republican, 12th.] The Dutch seem better soldiers than their brother Abolitionists, as it is said they fired upon a regiment of their it comes from their party, but reasonable men can hardly swallow so monstrous a story. [From the Philadelphia Press, 12th] We have learned a lesson in Southeastern Virginia, and experience has charged us an unusually dear price. Some thre been commissioned, and who is responsible for General Pierce we are not yet informed. [From the Philadelphia Ledger, 12th] The affair at Bethel appears to us to show a degree of blundering which must be attributed to nothing else than wantid of incompetent officers and to place men of known qualifications and skill in command. [From the New York Tribune, 12th] We do not believe Gen. Butler o dered an attack by wearied troops, having but two or three guns, on an entrenchment