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ll not have a Governor opposed to the Administration, and, if it is necessary, the casting of a vote for him next fall will be prohibited. So that Lincoln has three courses before him. He can yield to the New York remonstrances and pardon Vallandigham, or he can, pursuing the policy of arbitrary arrests, seize the persons of those leaders who have reprobated the proceedings in Vallandigham's case, or he may, just for the present, be content with having put out of the way a dangerous foe, and await to see the commotion occasioned by his capture spend itself. We now think it probable that he will pursue the last mentioned policy. If the party who, with Governor Seymour, think that the case of Vallandigham proves the existence of a grinding military despotism at the North, should take any steps with the view of resisting that despotism, then Lincoln will have to make another swoop amongst them. Will they make any movement with that view? It remains to be seen. We doubt it.