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nest conviction as opposed to vain boasting. The Yankees, we suppose, are busily engaged in perfecting their plans for future operations. What their real designs are we cannot say. We can only conjecture now, and then wait for their full development, which will take place in a few weeks. Their late failure in the illative attempt to march at will into the interior of Georgia and Alabama, has inconvenienced them to an alarming extent. It appears that Sherman, Gilmore, Thomas, and Grierson, set out a few weeks ago with the motto, "a stitch in time saves nine," and the three latter parties having failed to come to time, the nine stitches must now be made. It is generally believed that Northern Georgia or East Tennessee will be the theatre of the grandest, most bloody battle of the war. The prospectus has been announced, and the troops are quietly discussing its variegated nature. It is thought here that the Federals will commence moving about the 15th of next month.