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ates would be a match for her There are not a dozen of the best ships of the line of England, or France, that the could not send to the bottom just as easily as she did the Cumberland and Congress. We are not satisfied that the could not enter Old Point, for if the Yankee invaders' ships can batter down forts in Southern lands, we don't see why the Virginia should not be able to damage Old Point seriously. We hops before she has finished her career, she will have the honor of inflicting some 't see why the Virginia should not be able to damage Old Point seriously. We hops before she has finished her career, she will have the honor of inflicting some vengeance upon that spot which from the beginning has inflicted such mischief upon our cause. But we trust that it will be a long time before her glorious career is ended, She is capable of far greater things than she has yet accomplished. She is a glorious and invaluable vessel, a whole navy, and more than a whole navy in herself.
n, but not a man cries out "murder," or even "robbery, " far less a "fire," at the visible institution of all life in the press in its function of giving news. Devotion to the Union cannot do much more. When an American is content to do without news in his newspaper, he has exhausted submission and forbearance and made his sacrifice. Mr. Russell will write from Fortress Monroe, Etc. My next letter will be from the neighborhood of Fortress Monroe. The Rinaldo is still lying off Old Point Comfort, and two French vessels, one the Colinat, have hurried up to enjoy the spectacle of a renewed encounter between the knights in armor. The Raser is off Charleston, whence comes the rumor of another arrival of arms and munitions, in a steamer which ran the blockade. There is no news yet from the ide and the shipowner are by no means happy in their mines. In the forthcoming encounter, one of the opponents of the Merrimac intends to try large shells upon her. The Navy Department ha