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Grant's New Project. We published yesterday, from the New York Sunday Mercury, Grant's scheme for "crushing out" the rebellion. He hasGrant's scheme for "crushing out" the rebellion. He has even fixed the day. On the 4th day of next July the fate of the Confederacy is to be sealed. On that day all Yankeedom is to hold a grand assembly to rejoice over the subjugation of the South. Grant explains how he means to accomplish all this. It is to be done simply by marchi
ercury makes no allowance whatever for the possibility of failure.
Grant is to march from East Tennessee.
His success is to be uninterrupte to be handed to a negro guard."
To this state, according to Gen. Grant and the Sunday Mercury, we are to be reduced on the 4th day of Ju spoke exactly of Rosecrans's undoubted success as it now speaks of Grant's. On that same day Rosecrans was utterly defeated at Chickamauga, ve on our master-rolls at this very moment men enough to annihilate Grant and his army.
But the larger portion of them are disgracefully str