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lemen mingle the creations of their own fancy, with the calculations of the exact sums, in a manner which it is quite edifying to behold.--They have an aptitude for invention which is altogether unrivalled, and it is quite a misfortune to the lovers of fiction that neither of them commanded at Corinth. We should then have had a narrative not so entertaining perhaps, but quite as veridical as those of the Arabian Nights. In their absence, however, their places will be abundantly supplied by Grant and the letter writers, who will give us stories of the fee, faw, fum order, until the Yankees themselves will cry, hold! enough! It is not by lying newspapers, however, or romancing correspondents, that countries can be conquered, or the fruits of victory gathered. As far as we are able to see, we have been defeated, but not conquered. Our army still exists, and still has the power of resistance. The enemy himself has been so badly crippled by the bloody three days battle of Corinth,