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Washington correspondence of the St. Louis Republican, cannot fail to interest our readers: The country must by this time fully realize the situation in this quarter, and the knowledge of the radical changes which have so suddenly taken place cannot but administer a heavy shock to the public pulse. A little more than two short months ago we were besieging the capital of the rebels with our best army, under our best Generals; now the enemy have again invested Washington. On the 29th of June, Jackson turned McClellan's right, and forced him back from the suburbs of Richmond, in seven days of bloody battles; on the 20th of August he turns Pope's right, and in five days fighting hurls him on the fortifications of Washington. Thus. in two short months, the tide of battle has rolled backward one hundred and sixty-miles, and the position of the combatants completely reversed. The operations of "Stonewall Jackson"--for he does the fighting — has no parallel in modern histo