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Conduct of the Geo. Fitzhugh. Mr. Editor: We are preparing for De Bow's Review another essay on the "Conduct of the War." That Review appears but once a month, and hence, any suggestions we make might, by delay, be robbed of their usefulness. We have heretofore, and shall continue hereafter, to ask of you to publish in advance what we write on this subject for that Review, because the Dispatch has more than double the circulation of any paper in the South. We entirely concur in the President's defensive policy. Nay, more, we think it has not been carried out properly. Our troops should withdraw gradually into the interior, leave our enemies to disperse their vast numbers around a circuit of ten thousand miles, and destroy them in detail by attacking them from within, with superior forces, at many points in their boasted anaconda circle. They have committed a fatal error in thus diffusing their forces, and if it were too late for them to retrieve that error, we wo