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Yankee Spleen. Bennett is greatly annoyed at the small loss of our forces in the battle of Friday, the 31 of June. He contracts the los than five hundred rebels were killed."--Strange as it may seem, Mr. Bennett, it is all true, nevertheless. Your Yankees were driven up to ties of the Yankees; but the occurrence is not uncommon in war. Has Bennett never heard of a man named Andrew Jackson, and of a battle he foug an enormous disproportion of loss in favor of the defenders. Bennett goes on to say, "And yet some half dozen rebel Generals were killeso much of it as is not demoralized already. The facts may puzzle Bennett, but nevertheless they are facts. Our loss in officers was heavy,ur loss in men was trifling and yet the men were not demoralized. Bennett cannot account for many things not so strange as this. Why, thereof in thy philosophy." Having accused the rebels of lying, Bennett tries his own hand at it. He says: "We have before called attentio