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is certain, not withstanding the errors of the Northern papers on the subject, that there is "something rotten in Denmark," In other words, that there are spies not only in the capital, but there are traitors in the secrets of some of the Departments. I say, find them out and convict them if possible, and hang them as high as Haman, even on the Capitol Square, in sight of all men. Have you read Miss Susan Archer Talley's "Battle of Manassas," in the Enquirer of the 234 inst. It is worthy of a lasting place beside Macanlay's "Lays of Ancient Rome," the "Henry of Navarre," or Tennyson's or Hope's "Charge of Balaklava." I trust that Southern literature will soon receive its proper meed, now that we have stultified the "Mutual Admiration Society" of Boston, and the smaller fry cliques of New York and Philadelphia. Willis' next poem will be perhaps addressed to Mrs. Lincoln's poodle, or to Abraham's bosom, over which the flunky and the snob saw that immaculate shirt descend. Oats.