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t the cat entirely out of the bag, and admits that the commerce — not the Christianity — of the North will be entirely destroyed if the war is prolonged more than six months or a year. You all, therefore, with one accord, shout at a respectful distance from the battle field, that the conflict should be brief, the onset terrible, the victory overwhelming. You do not admire the Fabian policy of old Fuss and Feathers. You desire to make quick work of it. Alas! that some Murat could not be transferred from that nest of warriors, the Tribune office, to the head of your ragged regiments. But Fortune and Jeff. Davis are opposed to you, and your great idol, H. Ward Beecher, has concluded to stay at home. Consequently, we are forced to the conclusion that your Christianity and humanity — now collected in and around Washington City--and "above all" your commerce, will be injured, severely hurt, and it may be, as we devoutly hope, utterly destroyed and swept away.--Wilmington Her