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Cromwell, Lincoln and Virginia. When Oliver Cromwell was installed Protector of England, the Commonwealth of Virginia refused to acknowledge his authority. The English Commonwealth was then at the height of its power, and, at its head, one whalth, and the Council of State, and the Grand Assembly of Virginia, that our readers may contrast them with the terms of Lincoln's so-called amnesty: "First. That this should be considered a voluntary act, not forced or constrained by a conqgland — allowing them the most favorable terms. We need not enumerate the unconditional-surrender terms proposed by Lincoln. Their contrast to the overtures by which Cromwell pacificator the colony is too striking to require comment. The the heated sky. Whatever be the result of this struggle, no Virginian will have reason to be ashamed of his State. Let Lincoln, more despotic than Cromwell, deprive her of her liberties and expunge her name from the roll of States, he cannot despo
Tennessee soldiers flocked about their favorite leader, General Cheatham, and, though reluctant to leave their native State, expressed the noble and heroic determination to follow him wherever the good of the cause demanded. The spirit of the people, as evinced both upon the advance and withdrawal of our army, is mentioned as in the highest degree patriotic. They were liberal to the troops, as they have always been, and exultant at the prospect of redemption from the blighting tyranny of Lincoln and Andy Johnson. Tyrannized over as they have been, they are still loyal and devoted to the interests of the Confederacy. From them there is heard no whisper of reconstruction or further intercourse with the detested Yankees. Total and absolute independence is what they alone want — it is that for which they have already suffered untold wrongs — and for which they are ready to suffer a still greater accumulation of insult and oppression. The spirit of such a people cannot be broken, no
result of the Blair-Singleton missions to Richmond. One story is, that Mr. Blair returned to the rebel capital this morning, with a programme this time from President Lincoln in favor of commissioners to meet at City Point to see if a "settlement" cannot be reached. Preposterous as these canards are on their face it is perfectly bout fifty years old, and was raised in Richmond, Virginia. Miscellaneous. Governor Jacobs, of Kentucky, has been unconditionally released from arrest by Lincoln. In his letter, dated yesterday, to him he says: "You are at liberty to proceed to Kentucky, and to remain at large, so far as relates to any cause now past. Inket. The loaded shall fired into the rudder post of the Kearsarge by the pirate Alabama has been sent to Washington as a present from Captain Winslow to Mr. Lincoln, the latter having expressed a wish to have it as a trophy. The death of one of the Democratic members of the New Jersey Legislature gives the Republicans a