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Dissatisfaction among Wall street bankers.--Gen. McClellan's Views. --The intelligent Fairfax (Oct. 10,) correspondent of the Savannah Republican hears that much dissatisfaction exists among the bankers in Wall street, and throughout the North, on account of the hesitating policy of McClellan. It is reported that they frankly admit, that neither they nor the country can stand a long war; anion can stand such a drain as this long. Hence the clamors of bankers and capitalists against McClellan. The prospect of the most frightful suffering among the poorer classes this winter, only compl Meanwhile our march is onward in Kentucky and Missouri. The same correspondent says that McClellan has conducted matters since his advent into Washington with considerable tact. He has messagey the ice and snows of winter. The correspondent says he has good reason to conclude that McClellan has no such force about Washington as he would have us believe. Since the battle of Manassas