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Manassas. --We take it for granted that the journey to Richmond by Manassas has been indefinitely postponed. McClellan evidently thinks no more of attacking the Confederate Army on the Potomac than of attacking the man in the moon. The Northern press exultingly proclaims that there are other ways to Richmond except Manassas. It seems that McClellan cannot make these leaky vessels, the New York journalists, hold their peace. They must be eternally blabbing. But perhaps they are wise iMcClellan cannot make these leaky vessels, the New York journalists, hold their peace. They must be eternally blabbing. But perhaps they are wise in enjoying triumphs in anticipation which may never be realised. They apparently expect their large fleet to silence with case batteries in positions where they have not been expected, and thus to land a large army within a day's march of the capital. It is impossible to conjecture whether this purpose is readily entertained, or whether the talk about it is a point to divert attention from the real point of attack. If there are avenues of approach to this city, which are not sufficiently for