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e, by this insane rebellion, destroyed. The insolent and confident rebel army from Richmond has been brought to a stand. It will next be compelled to face about to the South again; and this time, from the severe lessons that we have learned from over estimating our own strength and despising that of the enemy in the field, we shall advance fully prepared to grapple with a rebel army of even three hundred thousand men, to rout it, and to gather up its broken fragments right on to the Gulf of Mexico. Let us push forward our reinforcements to Washington, so that Gen. Halleck may be able to turn the tables upon the rebel army before it fails back to its defences at Richmond. From the New York Times, Thursday, we copy the following: The rebels new stand in front of our armies there, numbering at the outside 125,000, while to meet them we have already not less than 200,000, which will very speedily be increased to 250,000 or 300,000, and can be increased, if necessary, to 400