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renders a schedule by States of the different regiments; yet another morning journal peaked with all confidence of 150,000 or 80,000 under Gens. Joseph Johnston and Lee behind the Rappahannock, in Virginia, alone; while and her estimate of 120,000 at Corinth, in Mississippi, is currently spoken of as the force concentrated for a gef one-third the grand total of the National army, there is good reason to suppose. This b the fair basis of calculation, it is uttered impossible that Johnston and Lee should have 150,000 in Virginia, or Beauregard 120,000 on the ine of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad, including the raw and unequipped device at Decatur, North red that Gen. Halleck will take care of the enemy in the direction of Memphis, and we much mistake the force and material of our army of the Poteman if Johnston and Lee, with Magruder and Huger thrown in, are able to repulse it in Virginia. Emancipation in the District. The Northern editors differ in their views of the bil