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The great plan of this campaign. --The St Louis Republican, at the opening of this campaign, published the following: This theory which limits Gen Grant's plan of campaign to the capture of Richmond, does but half justice. He may capture the rebel capital without capturing the rebel Government machinery, and without overthrowing Lee's army. In that event, further active and prompt operations will be necessary. Gen Grant foresees this, and has provided for it. He has not only formGen Grant foresees this, and has provided for it. He has not only formed a plan for the capture of Richmond, but has arranged a perfect scheme for the prosecution of the comprehend afterward, as a little attention to the comprehensive movements now going on in Virginia will reveal. The first and most important of these movements is that of the Army of the Potomac against Lee. The second is that of Sigel and Stahl up the Shenandoah Valley towards Staunton, with the view first of procuring possession of the Virginia Central Railroad, running from Richmond thr