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negroes-- the details of which, not withstanding the effort to suppress them, crept into print in a New York paper — must have fallen with startling effect upon the public ear. The dissatisfaction of a portion of the party that elected him, with certain features of his policy was well enough known, and a consequent feeling of general discomfort was but natural, but — Resignation — the word sounded ominous;. "If the people will not be satisfied, I have made up my mind I will resign, and let Mr. Hamlin try what he can do at it!" The response — from a Western man and an intimate acquaintance of the President's — was not less startling: "I wish to God, Mr. President, you would! " More astounding illustrations of the revolutionary spirit with which the air is charged could hardly be imagined. Letter of a Massachusetts Chaplain to his Bishop. The Boston Courier publishes a letter from a Chaplain to a Massachusetts regiment to Bishop De Lancey, of Western New York. It is dated at