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the Secessionists, who are secretly organizing all over Maryland, and will then attack Washington on its unfortified and defenceless side. At the same time, Beauregard will make a movement against McClellan, whom he will keep busy within his own lips, thus preventing his taking part in the defences of the city. Johnson will be left to watch and counteract Patterson's movements; a strong column will be sent against Butler from Richmond; and Pryor, the chevalier of the bowie-knife, and Henningsen, the companion of Walker, the filibuster, will dislodge Rosecrans from the position he occupies in Western Virginia. Such, according to the information I have received, is the plan the Rebels have adopted. I know the Administration expressed the opinion, the other day, that Washington cannot be taken. I know such is not their opinion to-day, and that they are momentarily expecting the approach of General Lee. I know also that a great many persons, mainly the politicians, will full