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the Republican party in twain. It is stated that Sumner has begged him not to deliver it. As he has accepted the Premiership under Lincoln, he is obliged to be moderate. The Greeley wing of the party is left out in the cold. But Seward's moderation comes too late. So, also, the Northern anti-Abolition reformation that seems to be going on. War has begun. We see strange sights. A Democratic President fighting a Democratic State, and relying on Abolitionists for support — his own party having deserted and denounced him. A Massachusetts mob tearing down and burning up a school-house because an Abolitionist lectured in it. New York city, with its business all suspended, crowding the theatres from pit to dome, and, according to the Albion, displaying "an apathy and indifference perfectly astounding. Revolution is canvassed as though it were a novelty in the fashions." As the Dutchman said when he was swindled by a Building Association, so say I--"Mein Gott! vot a peoples!" Zed.