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Greeley's Plan of a campaign — a grand
conquest Meditated.

New York, April 28.
--The Tribune says:--

‘ "So soon as everything requisite shall be prepared and supplied, there will doubtless be a force of 200,000 men sent to the relief of Fort Pickens, and it will march through, not around, Richmond, Raleigh, Charleston, Savannah, Montgomery and New Orleans (! !) being joined at the last-named city by a like force, which will have made its way down the Mississippi."

’ [It is certainly kind in the Yankees to keep us well posted in regard to their plans, in advance.]

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