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s denounced this army as "disaffected and dangerous,' and that in fact, "the Army of the Potomac has ceased to exist; " that "the animosity in Washington towards the army is amply repaid by the bitterness of the army towards the Cabinet;" that Gen Burnside had been ordered to move against the enemy "last Thursday week," and that the order was countermanded with the discovery that some of his Generals "had no confidence in him;" that the army is demoralized and in a dangerous position, and that tspondent night call and every Democrat in the House a Knight of the Golden Circle, and they would only laugh at him. Good joke! The Expiring enlistments in the Army of the Potomac. A correspondent of the New York World thus writes from Burnside's army about the troops there whose terms of enlistment are soon to expire: Officers and soldiers who count the days and weeks and months of their term of service are conscious of what the people are not, viz: that the whole brilliant army