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ew York Herald upon the course it is at present pursuing. Bennett can scarcely be anything else than "wily and shrewd," saysb compelled the newspapers to hoist the stars and stripes, Bennett was particularly the object of its vengeance. He only escf Bethel, Bull Run, Manassas, Springfield, Lexington, &c., Bennett really entertains such an opinion, he must be superlativelis a summary of the points taken by the Bee, to prove that Bennett cannot be acting in good faith, but that he is pursuing hiconsideration, we hardly think it tenable. It ascribes to Bennett a policy too refined to form the basis of long continued a intent and purpose of this very Machiavelli, whose policy Bennett is assumed to have adopted, in writing his Prince. It cous all. Two traits, very prominent in the character of Bennett, sufficiently account for his present course, without a reresent course, and has kept it steadily upon it. Doubtless Bennett in as vindictive as cowardly men generally are, and would