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rushing of the Rebellion. It is amusing to look back a little and see what the Yankees said about the crushing out of the rebellion at its commencement. The first sample is from the New York Times, edited by that remarkable military genius, Raymond, Says the Times: Let us make quick work, The "rebellion," as some people designate it, is yet an unborn tadpole. Let us not fail into the delusion, noted by Hallam, mistaking a "local commotion" for a revolution.--A strong, active "pull achmond would settle the whole matter. In the outset, the New York Herald it will be remembered was strongly Southern. It spokes differently and sensibly. Here is Bonnet's reply to the Times article above quoted: The "little villain" (Raymond of the Times) has turned General. He marks out a noble campaign. It will be observed, however, that be studiously avoids anything more than generalities, as well he may, for within thirty days, we now tell him and his whole gang of ruffians th