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, again the Herald proclaimed, "the backbone of the rebellion is broken." When, in his attempt upon our rear guard at Williamburg, he was shamefully repulsed, "the backbone of the rebellion is broken," exclaimed our veracious chronicler.--When he was defeated with the loss of 15,000 men and fifteen cannon at Seven Pines, we again beard the about of triumph, "the backbone of the rebellion is broken." At Mechanicville, at Gaines's Mill, at Cold Harbor, at Savage Station, at Malvern Hill, at Berkley, the same cry rose above the roar of artillery, the shrieks of the wounded, the groans of the dying, and the indescribable noise and confusion of a whole Yankee army routed and flying for life. It ceased not with the chase, defeat, and almost entire destruction of Pope's army; but it was not so confident or so loud, until the "small Napoleon" again got in the saddle, when Bennett, too, a second time, mounted his high horse. Gen. Lee, by a series of manœuvres the most brilliant since t