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Reward and Greeley. The correspondence of Northern papers from Washington represents a divisi
said to be headed respectively by Seward and Greeley; Seward being sick of the wars and appalled at the results locming in the perspective; Greeley being full of the nigger and advocating its prose each of them has a sort of wisdom in his way. Greeley is for giving the war an object which will at ted in behalf of those sought to be crushed.
Greeley sees this evident tendency of the public feel the scale of justice must kick the beam; and Greeley is for throwing in the tremendous avoirdupois e would popularize enlistments at the North.
Greeley, in short, is all fanaticism with only the cu d all its authors.
Seward was against it and Greeley for it; and Seward has struck Greeley a very Greeley a very hard blow in the Message.
It is noteworthy that Secretary Chase, in his Report to Congress, pa binet.
Chase would seem to be on the side of Greeley and the bloody Blairs.
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