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e leaned, he was doubly bound to reconsider his determination. It is said that the President then, with pleasant imperiousness ordered both of his Secretaries to return to their Departments and assume their portfolios, and they both pleasantly did so. The Republican Senators were, as we have previously asserted, practically unanimous in favor of a "partial reconstruction" of the Cabinet, by which a large majority, and eight out of nine members of the committee, (the dissentient being Mr. Harris) mount to intimate an opinion that Secretary Seward ought to be among the retiring ministers; not because he was personally objectionable, but because he was considered a serious obstacle to the successful prosecution of the war. The caucus arrived at its conclusion after deliberation and discussion. The committee, whose named we have already printed, whom it selected embraced some of the best men the Senate, and was headed by Senator never closed as a radical. The paper which he read