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and recrossed the river, in the face of the enemy, show that you possess all the qualities of a great army which will yet give victory to the cause of the country and of popular government. Condoling with the mourners for the dead, and sympathizing with the severely wounded, I congratulate you that the number of both is comparatively so small. I tender you, officers and soldiers, the thanks of the nation. Abraham Lincoln. The advance upon Richmond — an amended Programme--General Burnsides march Delayed. [From the Philadelphia Press, of Nov. 21.] The military authorities at Washington have determined to make a diversion in a different quarter from that now occupied by the Army of the Potomac. The vastness of this army, with its present contracted lines and strong position, renders it available for operation in various directions, according to the designs of the Commander in Chief. The fast that one of our most distinguished Generals has expressed the opinion th
If. The Yankees have one unfailing "base" to "fall back" on in order to account for their uniform want of success in the "on to Richmond." It is the short and comprehensive syllable "if." if McDowell had joined his forces to McClellan's, the "young Napoleon" would have captured Richmond, and if Burnsides pontoons had arrived in time he would have swept Lee from the heights around Fredericksburg with the besom of destruction. "If" is a very short, but a very important, word in human affairs. If Adam had not fallen, there would now be no war and no Yankees. E. Julius Cæsar had listened to the advice of his wife, the ungrateful steal of Bratus would not have found his heart. If Grouchy had come up to time at Waterice, or if Blucher had been behind time, England would not now be a first rate power. If the Abolitionists had not got possession of the Government of the United States, the Union would still be in existence. If the combinations of Generals could always be carrie