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vidence given by the Secessionists that they could be placated by moderate and reasonable concessions, we should be willing to see them met in a spirit at least equally conciliatory; but while the South chooses to speak through such organs as Messrs. Toombs and Davis, and to propose such extravagant and impossible conditions as those of Mr. Hunter, we feel that the occasion demands that the response of the North be characterized by other qualifies than those evinced in Governor Seward's speech. ne in this city, but in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, (as it was in type there and published in whole or part after the telegraph announced its delivery,) during Saturday night, yesterday, and this morning. Coming down from the Senate, Hunter, Toombs, Benjamin and Slidell, stopped into the telegraph and transmitted their views of it to their districts. Debarkation of the Star of the West's troops. The Star of the West landed her troops at Governor's Island, New York, Saturday.--The
Contradicted. --The reported altercation between General Scott and Mr. Toombs is authoritatively contradicted. There were but eight persons at the table on the occasion, one of whom, a well known gentleman of this city, says there was not the least foundation for the report. The facts are as follows: General Scott, SenatorSenators Toombs and Benjamin, and others, dined at the house of Mr. Corcoran on Wednesday, and the Southern Senators denounced the Union with insane passion. Mr. Toombs wished that the Star of the West could be sunk, but no discourtesy was offered to Gen. Scott, and no difficulty ensued. Gen. Scott has authorized a denial of the report he house of Mr. Corcoran on Wednesday, and the Southern Senators denounced the Union with insane passion. Mr. Toombs wished that the Star of the West could be sunk, but no discourtesy was offered to Gen. Scott, and no difficulty ensued. Gen. Scott has authorized a denial of the report which has been circulated.--N. Y. Express.