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lm, however, which has succeeded the first essay of his gunboats is ominous. McClellan is throwing his coils around it. Burnside, it is surmised, it proceeding up the James river in order to give more vitality and life to the anaconda by uniting hisre is no limit. McClellan can command reinforcements until his wildest ambition is satisfied. The fleets of Butler and Burnside stand ready to do his bidding by sea; while the whole land forces of his despotic master are no doubt held subject to hialso cross; and if he advance on Johnston's present lines, he will advance on certain destruction. Of course should Burnside seek to co-operate with McClellan on the south of the James river, the large forces which have been keeping Burnside witBurnside within his limited lines, on the coast of North Carolina, will be ordered to follow him to aid in the defence of Richmond. Indeed, however large an Army McClellan may seek to bring against Richmond our Commander-in-Chief will seek to meet with adequate