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Late Northern news. From the late Yankee papers in our hands we continue to make up a summary of the news: Masters of the situation — what will be done with us. The Herald says: We are now masters of the situation. We have a magnificent army of 700,000 men, including an ordnance force which, if properly employed, will prove the justice of Napoleon's well known saying, that "Heaven is on the side of the heaviest artillery," and a cavalry corps of 50,000 men composed of as fine material as any in the world, the whole recently reorganized in respect to its field and line officers in a manner to render it equal to the emergencies of the most trying campaigns.--We have a navy which, in the number of vessels and sailors daily added to it, is rapidly advancing to the same state of strength and efficiency. Now, all that is wanted is energetic and vigorous action on the part of Congress to obtain from this immense development of military and naval strength the speedy result