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tages accomplished nothing. Except in remote portions of our territory, like Northwestern Virginia, he has nowhere penetrated into the interior of our country. He hangs timidly and doubtfully upon our borders. He has been there many weeks, idle and inert, while we have been bringing forward from great distances our troops. His reconnaissances have been disastrous. They have been more; they have been disgraceful. At Fairfax Court-House and Great Bethel, at theEight-mile Bridge, on the Hampshire road, he has been whipped beyond the power of his mendacious writers to conceal. This is the prominent fact of his invasion so far, that he has nowhere marched forth from his lines with a bold step and offered us battle upon equal terms. On our side, we have never failed to encounter him on almost any terms he would offer, or to whip him when it has come to a fight. We have so far, not provoked important engagements, preferring to await the collection of larger forces, and solicitou