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arty has been formally agreed to by a number of prominent Republicans on the one Band, and Democrats on the other. The object is to leave out in the cold all radical Republicans like Horace Greeley, and all radical peace men like Fernando and Benj. Wood. With a machine thus constituted, it is thought there will be no difficulty in hitching it on to the Administration, or hitching the Administration on to it, and thus systematically prepare the way for the next Presidential campaign. Prosper M. Wetmore, Chas. Gould, Mayor Opdylce, (Republicans,) with James T Bracy and John Van Buren, (Democrats,) are among the gentlemen most conspicuous in the movement. This organization bids fair to be productive of singular results, serious combination, etc., in opposition — to be developed in due time. Who knows but that the radicals thus affronted will form a grand combination, too, for mutual protection, and that we may not live long enough to use the philosopher of the Tribune hand in glo