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multitude for the genuine roar of the veritable king of beasts. Another of their Generals--one Schenck, of Ohio, a coarse, vulgar, Buckeye lawyer, and pot-house politician, gave a specimen of his mi ever brought against the or any other militia. So far from this true, there was not a man in Schenck's whole command who did not exert himself in the most prompt and indefatigable manner to "get out of the way" as speedily as possible. The American says "it was incumbent on Gen. Schenck to have his force in position to either fight or run away," forgetting that their position for adopting theet been taken during the war. We have no means of ascertaining the exact time which was made by Schenck's men at Vienna, so as to institute a comparison between the foot race on the Vienna course and at Great Bethel; but there need be no jealousy between the friends of Butler and Schenck. The first kept out of the way, and the last got out of the way, which is all that can be asked of the highes