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ght aspect, may be producer of great good. Whilst he plainly tells the for the Union that he shall relax no efforts to compel obedience to the laws, he is willing to make one more attempt to settle matters on an admirable busts. Proceedings in the Yankee Congress. The Yankee Congress assembled at noon on Monday. A quorum was present in both Houses, not at once proceeded to business. Lincoln's message which we publish in another column, was reserved and read. In the House Mr. Conklin offered a resolution, which was adopted, directing the Committee on Naval Affairs to inquire and report as to the best made of placing vessels-of war on Lake Ontario, which the exigency shall arise and of establishing communication from other waters to the Lakes. A resolution submitted by Mr Vallandigham was adopted, directing an inquiry as to the alleged action of the Postmaster General in deciding what newspapers may, and what shall not, be transmitted through the mails Mr. Cox,