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ely to the mismanagement of the commanding General. It says the Federal troops were very badly handled; that they were brought up in detail, and so whipped, while the rebels were skillfully and splendidly managed — The dissatisfaction of the subordinate Generals in candidly avowed, and the removal of Butler very plainly intimated. The Times adds that all hope of capturing Richmond by Butler having been abandoned his forces have been so reduced as to place him entirely on the defensive. Baldy Smith and Brooks, at the head of a large force, were sent off from Butler last week, and reached West Point on the 3 st. The Times says the news from Grant is of the most cheering character. He now occupies an excellent position — the same to some extent that McClellan formerly occupied, but that Grant is a different man from McClellan, has vaster resources greater means, and most glorious results are sanguinely expected. The tidings from Sherman are said to be all that the Lincoln A