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ack on our center by the sheer momentum of their columns. This striking a great army on one end, and rolling it up on itself in inextricable confusion, carnage, and rout, is no novelty in warfare. The Allied Emperors tried it on Napoleon at Austerlitz; our strategists attempted it on the Rebels at first Bull Run. It is a critical maneuver; but likely to succeed, provided your antagonist passively awaits its consummation. ( Hunting the tiger, gentlemen, explained the returned East Indian to mmanded fully by the enemy's guns from Golding's; and there were but 25,000 men between his army of 100,000 and Richmond. Had McClellan massed his whole force in column, and advanced it against any point of our line of battle, as was done at Austerlitz, under similar circumstances, by the greatest Captain of any age, though the head of his column would have suffered greatly, its momentum would have insured him success, and the occupation of our works about Richmond, and consequently the city