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them. On this return to the island he reported the fact, and our forces proceeded at once to place themselves in a state of readiness for an attack. This is supposed to be a portion of the Burnside expedition, and it is thought, by some, that its object is to prepare for an attack upon Norfolk from the rear. However this may be, one thing is certain, and that is, that should this be their programme, they will find it a hard road to travel before they get to the end of it. Gen. Leslin Comes. There is no spectacle more sickening than that of a man once honored and respected and loved, turned, by his own treason, into an object of just scorn and hatred. Such a spectacle is exhibited in the person of Leslie Combs. We copy the following extract from the Nashville Republican, of the 5th inst.: He was the friend of Clay, and the idol of a large, enthusiastic and gallant people. He combined an apparent frankness and courage with a pleasing and popular address, which