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and said something to him in tones too low to be caught. It is believed that the old gentleman did not mince his words. So, putting this thing and that thing together, the submissionists are mightily disheartened to-day. They think because Chase and Blair are going in the Cabinet, there will be coercion, and so the Border States will be forced out of the inestimable Union. They need not be alarmed. There is no danger.--Chase has said. "Inauguration first; adjustment afterward." BesidesChase has said. "Inauguration first; adjustment afterward." Besides, if the Border States can be driven out of the Union only at the point of the bayonet, it is very evident that their proper place is not with the South, not yet in a Confederacy of their own. They belong to the North. The speeches of Stanton and Kilgore go to show that, in spite of the non-acceptance of the Peace Conference compromise, the powerful North is willing to pet and protect old broken down Virginia. We ought to be mighty grateful for so much condescension. Zed.