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Never were such enormous resources used to so poor a purpose. The spirit of the Confederacy is unbroken — the balance of victory has been greatly on their side; their enemy never has gained any advantage over them except by means of his fleet; they have beaten him in every pitched battle but one, and that was a drawn battle; they are this day stronger, more united, more confident, and in every respect more formidable than they were three years ago. But how is it with the Yankees? Governor Seymour says that the great State of New York did not furnish 8,000 men towards the filling up of the late draft for 300,000. Only one conscript out of nineteen could be obtained. In order to get the 300,000 proposed by Lincoln for the next draft he will be compelled, according to the New York World, to call out five million seven hundred men; and where is he to find them? The truth, no doubt, is, and we hear it confirmed by every person who has lately been to the North, the Yankees are in a