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Clellan ever gave utterance to any such opinion; but we have no doubt that in his heart he entertains it. And not only be, but all the Black Republican party. Whatever may have been the original conviction of that party, they must already have seen enough to shake it to the very foundation. Everywhere, since the commencement of the war — along the whole line of the frontier — the armies of the North, with only two exceptions, have suffered defeat. At Bethel at Bull Run, at Manassas, at Springfield at Lexington, at New Orleans, at Cross-Lanes, at Carnifax Ferry, at Greenbrier, they have been signally overthrown. At Laurel Hill, with a force of ten thousand men, they succeeded after a desperate struggle, in overwhelming two hundred and forty-three brave soldiers. And at Hatteras inlet, they succeeded in capturing a small fort with an enormous fleet, carrying several hundred guns, and men, enough to take a place five times as powerful. Whatever Lincoln and his Cabinet may have thou
body of the enemy, drawn up in line of battle, at their camp at Springfield, 2,000 or 2,200 strong. He completely routed them, cleared themge odds is a noble example to the army.--Our advance will occupy Springfield to-night (Signed,) J. C. Fremont, Major-General Commanding. spatch has been received, announcing a most brilliant victory at Springfield by Gen. Fremont's body guard, numbering 150 men: Five Mil I report respectfully that yesterday, at 4 P. M., I met in Springfield about 2,000 rebels formed in line of battle. They gave a very w Colonel John M. Richardson, who rode over to the vicinity of Springfield last evening, says Major Seagoni was guided to the town, from thus drawing their fire. There was a good deal of fighting in Springfield, and from the houses, two Secessionists, who ran out of their dw It is thought that the cause of that increased rebel force at Springfield was the large amount of plunder gathered there for some weeks pa