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[for the Richmond Dispatch.]conduct of the War and Complaints against George Fitzhugh. Never in the history of the world has so large an army been recruited, brought together from distant points, provisioned, armed, and disciplined in so short a time, as that of the South. Never, have raw levies behaved so well in camp or on the march, or distinguished themselves so much in battle. Praise, great, is due somewhere. We think it is the great mass of our people who have uprisen in a body to vindicate their rights and their country's honor, and to defend their homes and their families, who deserve most praise. But without brave and skillful officers — without energetic, efficient, and able State Governments, and more than all, without a wise, a prudent, practical, circumspect, provident, and vigorous Confederate Administration, the uprising of our people would have been of no avail. Our soldiers, our women, our boys, and old men; the officers of our army, our State authori