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South on the really vital point by 30,000 men. Nor is this all. What is the cost to the North of this branch of its operations? Burnside's expedition alone must be costing more than the entire outlay of the British forces in the Crimes. It is now much larger than the army at the Alma, and every man at twice the rate of pay. And what will be the position of these men a few weeks hence? Already, before the summer begins, typhoid fever and small pox, have broken out in the expedition under Sherman, which is building hospitals instead of taking Savannah. Thus we find that the only event which has occurred up to the present time of serious injury to the South is the fall of Fort Donelson, before numbers, by Northern accounts, in the proportion of three to one. That, when stripped of all exaggeration, was really a weighty blow and was followed by unworthy confusion. But what are the results? A month has since elapsed at the most critical season of they year, for in a few weeks t