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Demolishing their idols. this war commenced, the Yankees have immeasured military idols, and then annihilated them, with a real harness unparalleled in the history of war. At first, Gen Scott war the great soldier of the age, but Manassas gave him his quietus, and old Pass and Feather was consigned without ceremony to a splendid mausoleum, where he has been lying in state ever since, but with none so poor as to do him reverence McClellan was at once hoisted upon the vacant pedestal, and roops. It was only a long period of discipline that could convert such men into soldiers and that McClellan at last accomplished this object no Southern man will deny. He acted wisely, therefore, and in accordance with the earnest counsels of Gen. Scott, when he determined not to be hurried into an advance, nor to budge an inch until he felt himself perfectly ready. It has been ridiculously pretended that if he had marched to Richmond immediately after the battle of Williamsburg, he would hav