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t of the Lincoln Government to establish a telegraphic correspondence between Washington and New York--Secretary of War Stanton at the Washington end, and Collector Dix at the New York end — for the purpose of communicating the tidings of Grant's Virginia campaign, in the style most favorable to Government credit and to enlistmentse, aided by a telegraph from Stanton, which threw dust in the public eye, contrived to bring it down to 187¾. So artfully contrived have been Stanton's messages to Dix, that the Northern public are now completely bamboozled — They have been eased off, from point to point of disappointment, and so completely assured of the successfthat he has done exactly as he should, and exactly what the Government expected of him ! The brazen assurance of Stanton's announcements to the public, through Dix, down faces all questioning and cross-examination. There are none to raise a doubt.--They are overwhelming by their coolness and effrontery. Truth stands not the