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correspondent in the field we have the same voice. How to make the new recruits effective in the shortest possible time is the important problem of the day, and in what is above quoted we have the solution. Why, then, do not our National and State authorities meet, and come to some conclusion upon so vital a question? Can't get at the negroes — more troops wanted. The Providence (R. I.) Post is getting weary of waiting for something to turn up. It thinks the "vigorous policy" of Lincoln has been applied more to freeing negroes than to carrying on the war.--About this policy it says: Every day the Republican editors talk to us on the subject. The President, they say, has at last come to realize the importance of doing something. He will not do things by halves any longer. The war will be prosecuted with earnestness. The blows will fall thick and fast, and the Confederates will feel them. We understand well enough what these editors have meant, and now mean, b