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The truth at last, in spite of Fremont and the Yankee Newspapers.--McCulloch Victorious. When the Roman Consul Sempronius, was defeated, with the loss of half-his army at the Trebia, he retired to a strong town, many miles distant, with the remnant, and sent a dispatch to the Senate, in which he concealed his defeat, and represented himself as having fallen back to the point he then occupied merely for convenience. This tale was believed in Rome, until stragglers began to arrive from the
o work at once to repair the evil.
It was far better to let them know the whole truth at once than to suffer them to discover it only by accident.
It inspired them with confidence when they found the Senate concealing nothing from them.
Gen. Fremont does not appear to have profited by the lesson conveyed in these two memorable examples.
He made the most extraordinary efforts to conceal the terrible catastrophe which has overtaken the Federal arms in Missouri.
He telegraphed to all quart