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By pressure, not by slaughter.--General McClellan, so writes a Washington correspondent, is using untiring industry in getting the army into the best possible condition, while it is more evident, every day, that he does not mean to use it to obtain military glory, but to carry out a plan similar to that of Scott--to quell this rebellion by a mighty pressure, and not by a mighty slaughter.

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