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very Southern man has been slain in battle, every woman has offered herself up on the altar of her country, when every State south of the Potomac is a desert of ashes and of corpses — then, and then only, may the North take possession. Those who think that there is a Providence that rules the world will not believe in the possibility of such a catastrophe. The people of the North are all jubilant just now at the late successes of their armies. The disastrous defeats of the armies of McClellan, Pope, Burnside and Hooker plunged them not very long ago into the depths of despair. In presuming on the subjugation of the South because Lee has retired and Vicksburg has fallen, they are as much in the wrong as they were in regarding these Southern victories as decisive of the war. With such power of raising armies, and with so vast an extent of ground on which to deploy them, the war must go on indefinitely, so long as either North or South choose to continue it. The fall of Vick
Gen. McClellan. No better illustration is needed of the fickleness and worthlessness of Yankee public opinion than the besotted idolatry with which the Young Napoleon was once regarded throughout the United States, and the utter contempt into which he has now fallen. His elaborate defence of his conduct only provokes the jeers and sarcasm of those who but yesterday were loudest in his praise and worshipped him as a demigod. Unfortunate McClellan! Ridiculous Yankee nation! Gen. McClellan. No better illustration is needed of the fickleness and worthlessness of Yankee public opinion than the besotted idolatry with which the Young Napoleon was once regarded throughout the United States, and the utter contempt into which he has now fallen. His elaborate defence of his conduct only provokes the jeers and sarcasm of those who but yesterday were loudest in his praise and worshipped him as a demigod. Unfortunate McClellan! Ridiculous Yankee nation!