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arent to every man and woman in the land, and in order to render the service which such an arm of our defence is intruded to render, it is also equally apparent that it must be had as soon as human agency can produce it. With the exception of the single battle of Somerset, where a blunder was the cause of our disaster, in no solitary instance have the enemy beaten us, where their navy was not a powerful auxiliary which we were latterly incapable of meeting. That our seamen are not less Valliant and skillful than their, has been made so manifest that even the enemy confers it; and could this powerful arm of their service be promptly met by one of equal power, there is not a doubt that their armies would be driven from every foot at Southern soil in less than three months, when, by a vigorous prosecution of the war by our Generals, it might be carried "into Africa," and the enemy be made to feel some of its honors, of which they are as yet totally igucraut. As the advantage of, and