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?--that they can take its commendations for anything but insults?
Where, except in Hayti, among the subjects of their friend and ally, Solouque, can they find an example to keep them in countenance?
Let the public, however, take note of one statement which the Herald makes.
We quote its own words: "Before the issue of the journals which contained these false predictions reached us, our five hundred thousand soldiers were encamped at Washington, Baltimore, Fortress Monroe, Cairo, Western Virginia and Missouri, and at our great recruiting stations." We know this statement to be false — utterly false.
But when McClellan thinks proper to advance once more into Virginia, let the Herald remember what it now says, and let it not attempt to induce the impression that he failed (as he most assuredly will) from want of sufficient force.
We are assured by the Herald that a glorious future is dawning upon the Yankee nation.
"The Administration now begins to emulate the energy of the