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ut go for the "Union as it was, and the Constitution as it is." Another writer remarks that it is said that Governor Seymour's message will make a studied and venomous attack on New England, and, perhaps intimate a willingness for her expulsion from the Union as a necessary step to induce the South to return. The return of the Secretaries to the Yankee Cabinet — a most pleasant affair all around. The New York Tribunes has a short article on the recent resignations and return of Lincoln's Ministers. It appears after all that it was a delightful little joke and "pleasant" to all hands concerned.--It says: Those who hall the return of Mr. Seward to the State Department as the salvation of the country ascribe the merit of the work which brought it about jointly to Secretary Chase and the President, Mr. Chase having sent in his resignation, is said to have firmly refused to withdraw it if Mr. Seward retired from the Cabinet. The President as firmly refused to accept th