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hat the present war would last as long as the American Revolution. [Cries of "Never, never."] Well, said the Governor, you'll see. Some of you say it will last through Lincoln's term of office. So it will; but Lincoln will be the next President of the Federal Government — if not by fair means, he will by foul. There will be a dispute in regard to the electoral vote, and Lincoln will step into office again by usurpation. Lincoln, a short time since, in the course of a conversation with Dr. Hamblin, said that he had been commissioned by God to restore the Union, and be meant to do it. His failure thus far had been for the want of competent Generals, not for the want of brave soldiers. Lincoln inquired of Dr. H. "what was the opinion of the Southern people in regard to the war?" The Doctor replied, they think it will last through your term of office. "Ah," said Lincoln, "do you think my term of office closes with these four years? No, sir; there will be a dispute in regard to the e