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lar anxiety for results, he takes sick, keeps his bed for three weeks, and gets well again, as unable as ever to show anything effected by six months of deep and all embracing strategy. The two most puzzled men on the Continent are McClellan and Chase — Chase, to know how to make a revenue of fifty millions per annum pay an expenditure of six hundred millions; and McClellan, to find out some process by which a victory somewhere, however small, may be stolen or filched in some form, by some parChase, to know how to make a revenue of fifty millions per annum pay an expenditure of six hundred millions; and McClellan, to find out some process by which a victory somewhere, however small, may be stolen or filched in some form, by some part of an army of six hundred thousand men. The last advices from the North bring us intelligence of a cheerful character, at least from McClellan. Thus runs the hopeful oracle: "Those whose impatience had induced them to murmur at the, to them, apparently unreasonable delay of any great military movement, will soon have occasion to acknowledge their error. Gen. McClellan confides his plans to none, except as they are to be executed. His purpose is to effectually crush out the rebellion,