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Weed and Greeley. These two distinguished leaders of the Black Republican cohorts show no signs of compromise. It is now believed that Weed has the inside track for the spoils, a fact which harrows the sensibilities of the patriotic Horace to the core. He professes to have no taste nor scent for the official larder, neverthcured the nomination of the "Honest Old Ape" of Illinois. Now comes Seward's revenge. He is made Premier, and his trusty Lieutenant, Thurlow Weed, outgeneraling Greeley at every move, is believed to control the dispensation of the official patronage. To a man of Horace's high sense of honor, this ingratitude of Lincoln must be aved to control the dispensation of the official patronage. To a man of Horace's high sense of honor, this ingratitude of Lincoln must be as crushing as the dagger with which "the well beloved Brutus"" stabbed the Roman tyrant. We expect to hear soon that "Ingratitude, more keen than traitor's steel," has made an end of Greeley.