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ward their rendezvous, not a single gun on our side responding to their feint. It seems to us that a couple of masked or submarine batteries, placed four or five miles above on the river, would be a sufficient remedy for the insolence of the enemy as shown in these occasional forays. The confidence at Washington. A correspondent of the Memphis Appeal remarks that the increasing confidence of the Government at Washington, because that city has not been attacked by Johnston and Beauregard, reminds us of the ostrich which, running its head into the sand, considers itself secure from all danger. "We have seen our last defeat," said the boastful McClellan, the other day, addressing the troops, and Lincoln, as he rides around his capital, from entrenchment to entrenchment, and counts the immense guns which have been placed in position for its defence, congratulates himself on the safety of the metropolis. "Our castle's strength will laugh a siege to scorn," says the vulgar Ma
South, compared with which the "Grand Army" is mere moon shine. There is not a branch of business, genuine or counterfeit, that will not be established here by Northern agents, under high-sounding Southern names. "Dixie Land" corporations conducted by Cape Cod operators; "True Southron" mercantile and manufacturing establishments filled up with representatives of Boston, Lowell and Lynn; "Old Dominion" academies and seminaries under the superintendence of some Praise God Bare bones; "Jeff. Davis" or " Beauregard" Life Insurance Societies, which will be owned and conducted by some of the Yankee ex-colonels or high privates who are now trying to put us all to death. While Jonathan appears in the character of an open enemy we have nothing to fear. In the way of swindling, robbing, and confiscation, he has now accomplished his worst. As John Quincy Adams once said of a man who had taken him in--"he has deceived us once, that was his fault; if he deceives us again, it will be our own