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Washington, Dec. 25th, 1860. What a Christmas! The nation in ruins, the Government overwhelmed with disgrace, the people on the eve of civil war! How peacefully the snow falls. But though its pure mantle covers the naked earth, it cannot hide the crimes done in high places, nor conceal the wickedness of the Republicans, who have declared their willingness to plunge the country into fratricidal strife rather than abandon the odious principles of their party. [And, thank God! it cannot congeal the fiery Southern heart.] With regard to the transactions of Goddard Bailey. I can give you nothing in addition to what reached you last night by telegraph. I am told that nobody is to blame, neither Bailey nor the Secretary of War. At least no criminal action can lie against them. Bailey is out on bail. I saw him last night at the National Hotel. He noticed no one; but his face, I thought, showed that a great burden had been lifted from his mind and heart. There is too much