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Mr. Seward as a Prophet. Blackwood's Magazine has amused the English people, in a recent number, with a trenchant review of the course of the Premier of the Lincoln Government since the opening of the war. The following spirited passage refers to him in his prophetic character, and will be recognized by all who of yore enjoyed the satire and sense of "Old Ebony" as being in its best style. On February 19d, 1862, Mr. Seward writes to Mr. Adams. "I was just about instructing you how to answer the querulous complaints in Parliament which you have anticipated, the chief of which is the assumed incompetency of Government to suppress the insurrection. But a very shrewd observer, a loyal and at present an exited Virginian, fell in at the moment and expressed to me the opinion that the end of the war is in eight, that there will be a short and rapid series of successive over a disheartened conspiracy, and then all will be over. I give you these opinions as entitling us to what i