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To this state, according to Gen. Grant and the Sunday Mercury, we are to be reduced on the 4th day of July next. But it affords us pleasure to say that the Mercury is not infallible. On Sunday, the 20th September last, it spoke exactly of Rosecrans's undoubted success as it now speaks of Grant's. On that same day Rosecrans was utterly defeated at Chickamauga, and would have been anbihilated but for the good natured forbearance of our Generals. Of one thing we are assured — that we have oRosecrans was utterly defeated at Chickamauga, and would have been anbihilated but for the good natured forbearance of our Generals. Of one thing we are assured — that we have on our master-rolls at this very moment men enough to annihilate Grant and his army. But the larger portion of them are disgracefully straggling or tarrying at home, and but too many of the people are harboring and encouraging them. We hesitate not to say that we have now on the muster roll not a man under half a million, and this is all the Yankees expect to have when they shall have received their new recruits next spring. And yet, shameful as it is, we are bound to confess that we have sca