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who would have more reason to rejoice over such a result, or to whom it would carry more solid comfort and encouragement, than the President of the rebel Confederacy. Every man knows this to be so. Mr. Seymour himself knows it. The Atlas and Argus knows it. The party have put forward so clearly the real spirit and animus of the movement in the speech of Mr. Seymour, which they adopted as their platform, that in spite of their feint protestations of loyalty and patriotism it is impossible f Now, we don't imitate the example our opponents have set us in calling them traitors, and invoking the penalties of treason against them. We have not asked that Mr. Seymour should be sent to Fort Lafayette, or that the editors of the Atlas and Argus should be hanged, drawn, and quartered, for the aid they are proposing to give the rebel Confederacy. We appeal to the people. We ask them to squelch this attempt to hamstring the Government while engaged in a life and death struggle with its f