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s last message to Congress, referred to the importance of finishing the work required to open this inside track. But the chances are now that the Richmond Railroad Convention will be too late; for, in all probability before this inside line is completed our co-operating Union armies, east and west, will have made a connection across North Carolina. As the rebels understand the game, they will doubtless go to work with some energy; but the odds are against them; for it is evident that General McClellan already has them in his grasp,. Let us watch and wait. The case of Senator Bright. The debate in the Senate to day on the resolution for the expulsion of Senator Bright for disloyalty, reached the turning point against the Indiana Senator. The splendid and powerful speech of Senator Johnston, Tennessee, settled the question. Before — speech was made, Senator Foster, of Connecticut, expressed himself against the redemption, but at the conclusion of Mr. Johnson, speech Senator