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Military movements.

When our correspondents who communicate military movements do not find their favors published, they must attribute it to considerations of public duty, which do not permit us to make known any military movement, the knowledge of which might be of service to the enemy. It is possible that the press may err from excessive caution, as well as from imprudent publications, but the former is at least the safer error.

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