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rom Maryland, and in full retreat on the "sacred soil" of Virginia. Thus, at length, the back bone of the rebellion is broken. We have only now to follow up this victory with deal and activity in order to bring this war to a close before the meeting of Congress in December. While the army of Gen. McClellan is parching forward after the broken Continue of Le up the Shenandoah valley a single army corps of fifteen or twenty thousand men, by way of Fredericksburg, or from the head of York river, may now, almost without resistance, march into the city of Richmond, General Halleck, we doubt yet, will serve the opportunity for this important enterprise. Let him take Richmond without delay, and, by removing the obstructions from the river below, a single gunboat will enable him to hold the city. Best of all, his prompt occupation of Richmond will leave the fragments of Lee's army no place of refuge, and they will be dispersed. With Virginia thus completely liberated, and reins