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apostles of John Brown are out to apostrophize, in their creations over his gibbeted remains, as the "American eagle?" Nay to go farther back, to whom if not to Gen. Lee, does the illustrious Pope owe it that he is left in full contemplation of his glory in the Siberia of Minnesota? To whom but to him is the "young Napoleon" indebted for his exile to the St. Helena of Trenton, where he has no consolation but to furnish his double to the world through the medium of his faithful Lascassas, Bennet, or his admiring O Meara John Van Buren? We are afraid that it will be but too easy to convict Gen. Lee of all these offences, and we hope President Davis wid punish him as each conduct degerves to be puntabed. It is quite evident to our minds that if the "Young Napoleon" had been allowed to "take Richmond" quietly, his fortunes never would have taken the downward turn that they afterwards experienced Instead of becoming a just and a bye word in every country under the sun for boasting