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President have the nerve to do what lies palpably before them? This is the question in all mouths. What concerns the people most now is not whether its public officers will come out of this war with brilliant European reputations — not whether, after leading the people out of Egypt, they shall have the reputation that Moses preserved, of being very meek — but they wish protection to themselves, their wives and children, and their honor. --Richmond Whig. A review of the expedition. by E. A. Paul. The rebels, through the newspapers, have had their say about the recent raid. As was anticipated, those located about the confederate capital very naturally were, and still are, fearfully excited at the audacity of Kilpatrick and his troopers — they had reason to be so. This is not only what was expected, but what was hoped would be the case by all who took any particular interest in the matter; and, by the degree of their exasperation over what the Richmond editors are pleased to cal<