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ate proclamation of President Lincoln in its every line and syllable. Governor Curtin had also introduced the question of returning the wounded soldiers to theif him and boldly advocated his course — and they were Gov. Tod, of Ohio, and Gov. Curtin, of Pennsylvania. Although the late movements of some of our military cheir way to Washington the Governors stopped at Harrisburg, as the guests of Gov. Curtin, for dinner. The car in which they ride is the one in which the Palace t; but were defeated by the noble and determined stand taken by Governors Tod. Curtin, and Bradford. The country is to-day indebted to those three officials for defot a Union but a rebel victory, and did his best to prove his position. Gov. Curtin replied that the people of his State believed it to be a victory; that McCle several attempts to push their scheme, but were met in so decisive a manner by Curtin, Tod, and Bradford, that they finally abandoned the project. There is no d