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Saturday morning. It appears that the President invited Senator Baker, of Oregon, whom he formerly knew in Illinois, to breakthe appointments in that State. A dispatch says: Senator Baker accordingly accompanied the President, and a large numbesented to the President a protest against the right of Senator Baker, of Oregon, to be heard in regard to the appointments iveral citizens of California, who were known friends of Colonel Baker, and are in favor of Mr. Birdseye for Collector. ore respectful, and that I will file for consideration. Col. Baker I have known for twenty-five years. He is my friend. Th could go. A large number of the of the friends of Colonel Baker, mistrusting what was going to happen, took occasion to In accordance with the agreement made in the morning, Senator Baker and Messrs. L. Stanford, John Satterlee, C. Wattrous anected after considerable discussion, according to which Senator Baker and Messrs. Stanford and Satterlee will constitute a co