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h every line of its history and every day of its life demonstrate to be true. In that characteristic of the Devil which consists in falsehood, the Father of Lies might himself be envious of the success of this, the most eminent of his progeny.--Bennett's account of the great naval battle in the Roads, in which he claims a victory, is but one of those monstrous falsehoods which daily spring from the most inveterate and unblushing liar on the face of the earth. Falsehood is, however, one of theany adequate conception of his character. It is true that Greeley, of the Tribune, appears to be more cruel and inhuman in his ideas of the manner in which the war should be carried on, but this is simply because he is a fanatic and a fool. If Bennett is more conservative in his theory, it is simply the promptings of a more intelligent self-interest. He well knows that the exterminating and abolitionixing crusade of Greeley would recoil, with terrific force upon Northern manufacturers and co