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New York Herald, and the Express of that city, to be diverting their rage from the South, by occasional pop-guns, at Horace Greeley and Brig. Gen. Webb.--The man in the white hat is their master, and they know it. He may be the Devil, and we are incousebreaking, or rape, which he chooses to recommend. We must do these captured conservative editors, who belong to Greeley, who are the prey of his bow and spear, who follow him as meekly and submissively as over did oriental captives a Roman tentous importance, scrambling, running and turning somersaults, to see which should get nearest to the coat-tails of Horace Greeley. We have always had a shrewd suspicion that "solid men," in general, are the most "solid humbugs" on the face of thisle imitation. Even Brigadier-General Webb is more respectable in the eyes of the South now than James Gordon Bennett.-- Webb is only a fool. Let Greeley attend at once to Bennett, and stop the grimaces he is making at himself and his Lieutenant.