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." We respectfully submit, however, that President Lincoln falls short of the mark in his reply to the very cool and impudent manifesto of the secession Governor Magoffin, of Kentucky, touching the neutrality of that State. The President writes apologetically, and condescends to make such explanations to Magoffin as will be cMagoffin as will be calculated to soften his wrath, instead of addressing him as a traitor, in league with traitors, and warning him of the consequences of his treason, if carried too far. It strikes us, too, that had the President, for the sake of the Union, devoted an hour or two in his reply to Magoffin in an exposition of the folly and fallacies oMagoffin in an exposition of the folly and fallacies of this Southern rebellion, and the imperious necessity and duty devolving upon all honest men to put it down, a new and powerful impulse might have been given to the Union cause, not only in Kentucky, but in every other State, North and South. It will be universally admitted that Gen. Jackson's elaborate expositions of the Co