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A proposition. --A telegraphic dispatch from Montgomery says that Gen. Reseau and Col. Ben. McCulloch propose to the President and Cabinet of the Confederate States to proceed as soon as possible to Washington with a force of 25,000 men, who will meet there according to a concerted plan, and take Winfield Scott and Lincoln prisoners. Col. McCulloch has already 10,000 men with arms and hearts sufficient. A proposition. --A telegraphic dispatch from Montgomery says that Gen. Reseau and Col. Ben. McCulloch propose to the President and Cabinet of the Confederate States to proceed as soon as possible to Washington with a force of 25,000 men, who will meet there according to a concerted plan, and take Winfield Scott and Lincoln prisoners. Col. McCulloch has already 10,000 men with arms and hearts sufficient.