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How the Dogs howl ! The mingled emotions of terror and wrath which agitate the mind of Yankee Doodle, are infinitely amusing. It is quite evident that McClellan's "change of base" does not impose upon them.--They see, clearly enough, that he has been tremendously flogged, and that his "strategic movement" was nothing less thndful, and the rebels, who before were a small, disorganised mob, were described as a powerful host, numbering 217,000 or 220,000 men. Such is the way in which Yankee Doodle accounts for his shortcomings in the military line. Anything is better, they think, than a confession of the simple truth that our men are the better soldiers send here. But we do not believe it was so large as that, especially as President Davis says our force was inferior in the late battles. We not only whipped Yankee Doodle's superior army, but we whipped it with all the advantage on his side of forts, redoubts, breast works, and other fortifications, equal of themselves to a rein