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uestion! We catch a wolf--one of a gang which has long been ravaging our sheepfold — and we proceed to say, "Well, Mr. Wolf, how long do you think it will be before the other gentlemen of your nation will lose their taste for mutton?" If the wolf could talk he would undoubtedly reply that not until wolves and sheep ceased to be separate races, and become consolidated in a perfect union, could the wolves he expected to listen to peace propositions. A similar answer was lately given by a Yankee Captain to a similar question. "How long do you think the war will last?" "It will last," was the reply, "till the restoration of the Union." What other answer could be expected to such a question? Such interrogatories of Yankee prisoners are not only undignified, and suggestive of a want of confidence in the strength of our cause and our ability to maintain it, but are entirely useless expenditures of breath and language; for if our own people would only hold their tongues, the Yankees wou