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case of success open every hand in our present operations we are not to look for immediate peace Broken the rebels may be and dismayed, and disheartened, but they will not yield to one campaign, however successful. They fight from an old hate; from a life-long sophistication. They fight, too, with the sympathy of the world. Let us not suppose, therefore, that they are going to surrender at once. There is much more fighting, much more endurance, much more paying, than we have yet had. Dean horses. A correspondent of the Cincinnati Commercial writes from Stanford, Ky: Some four hundred of their horses, captured at the recent fight, have also passed through this place — and such horse if the rebels are as their horses, there will be little more fighting. Most of us would prefer fighting them to making roads; but we hold ourselves ready to pitch into whatever ourselves do. Another correspondent of the same paper says: Four hundred horses just passed throu