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professes not to believe a word of what it calls "the romance," published by the penny-a-liner Gilmore, relative to the interview between himself and his colleague, Jacques, on the between himself aserts that the visit, on the part of Jacques, was a mere pretext to obtain a furlough, and that Gilmore accompanied him solely for the purpose of gathering materials for an article in a Magazine. Nepelled by the enormous pressure of advertisements upon our columns to forego the publication of Gilmore's account of this interview, which appeared in the September number of the Atlantic Monthly. Ase Yankee habitually encases himself prevented the point of the steel from reaching the vitals. Gilmore replied that they denied us no natural right, but that they (the Yankees) thought the Union essce staggered and reeled beneath this tremendous blow. "You put the case too strongly," exclaims Gilmore; and no doubt he thought what he said. It was put strongly enough, in all conscience. But ral