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emboldened to assume this position from the fact, now become history, that the leaders of the Southern rebellion have offered to abolish slavery among them as a condition to foreign intervention in favor of their independence as a nation. If they can give up slavery to destroy the Union, we can surely ask our people to consider a question of emancipation to save the Union. With great respect, your ob't servants. John W. Noell, Samuel Y. Casey, Geo. P. Fisher, A. J. Clements, Wm. G. Brown, Jacob B. Blair, W. T. Willey. Closing Scenes of the Yankee Congress. The Yankee Congress closed its session on the night of the 17th. The two bills passed that evening — that suppressing shinplasters and the confiscation act — were, according to letter writers, "hustled through with the usual disregard of order, attention, or concern." An account of the adjournment says: Not more than one-third of the representatives attended to the reading of the President's sanction of