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olitary movement, we should like to know what single move that miracle of human energy has made during this whole winter which entitles him to be looked upon as an American Napoleon. With a tremendous army at his command, with ports open for unlimited supplies of men, provisions, and all the appliances of war, with his enemy within musket shot, he has once put his head partially out of his shell, and then, having received a good thump on it, subsides into quiescence. But this is enough for Yankee-Doodle, Doo. Hurrah for the General that has broken up the old system of "Winter Quarters"! A Napoleon of the New World. We need not inform our readers that the first man; in modern warfare, who, on a grand scale, broke up this old system of winter quarters was Napoleon the Great, though Pichegru, during the campaign in Holland, is said to have been the first to set the example of disregarding the calendar. Other Generals had been in the habit of making their appearance, like the birds