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obtained information which he acted wisely in regarding. So, too, in regard to the advance this fall — for declining to make which he has been recovered. We know that our Generals desired him is a and bail with delight the determined not to wait till spring.--Number of officers discipline; opposed to such an army as once will be anything but an element of strength, and such as soon as they make the ex will discover that McClellan's policy was of the highest wisdom and prudence. Let them come on, and McClellan will have his revenge. All that the South has done in former battles will be nothing to the effort she will make under the impetus of Lincoln's proclamation — The most heroic struggle that the world has over witnessed will occur when this city is again assaulted by the Yankee legions. The South will go to the battle as joyously as to a bridal, and, with the blessing of Heaven, she will not only save her liberties and her capital, but will save the North from hersel
Latest European News. --The Etna, with Liverpool dates to the 6th instant, has arrived at New York. The news she brings is unimportant. A slight collision had occurred between Austrian and Italian soldiers on the frontier, but it was soon quieted. The London Times again adverts to the action of the New York Chamber of Commerce touching the rebel steamer Alabama, and denies that any blame can be attached to England. The London Daily News takes an altogether different view of the matter. Mr. Bright has written a letter applauding President Lincoln's proclamation, liberating the slaves of the Southern rebels.
Turning Things to account. In the late dash made by a portion of General Floyd's command into Kentucky, the public functionaries at Carter C. H., Ky., including Judges. Sheriff, &c., were arrested. The "Lincoln war tax" was extorted from the Sheriff, and handed over to our Quartermaster. A store, the owner of which had fled to Cincinnati, was takes possession of, and the Virginia boys were well shod from its contents. The "raid" was made by the 1st Battalion Virginia Mounted Rifles, under Major A. V. Witcher.
nd imprison some of the great men of the country. We understand that President Lincoln believes that changes should be made in his Cabinet, now that changes in ad said that Gen. Wadsworth was the enemy of Gen. McClellan. [A voice, "So is Lincoln."]--The Times and other papers had denied that Wadsworth was the enemy of McCloncurred in that desire. [Applause.] Mr. Van Buren reviewed the position of Mr. Lincoln, assuming that Mr. Lincoln might naturally suppose himself popular from the Mr. Lincoln might naturally suppose himself popular from the statements of those around him. But he thought that was a mistake. A Voice.--"I wish you were in his place." He had a conviction that the Convention should the thing to produce that effect. [Great applause, and three cheers for President Lincoln.] He believed that if this course should succeed in restoring the Union, f neutrality and good will proffered at different times by his Excellency to Mr. Lincoln, and that it was doubtful whether they would reflect any credit upon the imp