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will be made. It can hardly admit of doubt that this would be a wise programme on the part of the enemy. It would give the South a mach more troublesome winter's batch of work than if he concentrated his whole force before Alexandria with a view to an advance. It will require more men and infinitely more difficult transportation on our side, than if we could neglect other fields for that before Manassas We shall have to throw a strong column into the lower Valley to strengthen Gen. Thomas Jackson, at Winchester. We shall have to reinforce Gens. Loring and Henry Jackson on the Greenbrier, and General Floyd on the Kanawha. We shall have to throw every man and every gun into Kentucky that we can rake and scrape through the whole country and we shall have to be prepared for the grand armada on our seaboard. All this needful work will tax Mr. Benjamin's rare activity the highest point. We trust that no pains will be spared to meet these varied emergencies. so many points arou