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onfessed on all sides that they made the fastest time off the battle-field that was ever known.
A Republican of New York, who has held a high office heretofore, said: "I am so d — d mad and mortified that I can't eat or sleep.
Look at it — while the President of the rebels was leading his troops on to victory, our President was joking at home or preparing for a pleasure sail in his new gondola."
The following items are from the Louisville Courier:
The Virginia Races.--The Lincoln dispatches yesterday virtually told us that the quickest and best runners from Manassas.
Sunday, were the members of Congress and others who went over to "see the races." They proved themselves splendid runners, and had no difficulty in keeping far in advance of the terrible and blood-thirsty Virginians.
The telegraph says the Southern troops at Manassas are in a starving condition, but we are reliably informed that they can live a few days at least upon the large quantity of provisio