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not yet strong enough for his purposes. From a gentleman who is just through from Washington city, where he conversed with many well-in-formed persons — some of them officers in the Yankee army — we learn that the draft is being rigorously enforced everywhere in the North except in New Jersey and Brooklyn city, and that conscripts are being sent to Grant at the rate of at least a thousand a day. Such accessions to his army are worth waiting for. If the supply of men continues, by the first of November the Yankee army will be numerically as strong as when it crossed the Rapid Ann last May. The material, it is true, will be very inferior; for it is not too much to say the Yankee nation can never again put into the field so powerful and perfect an armed force as was the Grand Army of the Potomac when, after its re-organization by Grant, it marched into the Wilderness last spring. When the draft has done its work, and Butler either completed his canal or given it over as a failure