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aving been removed, the New York Tribune publishes the following paper, which it says was drawn by Senator Collamer, and presented to Lincoln on the 18th of December last by the committee of nine, causing the resignation of Secretaries Seward and Chase; A meeting of the Republican members of the Senate of the United States, at which they were all present but two, after full consultation, came unanimously to the following conclusions--one present not voting: First--The only course ofunner who is now a prisoner aboard the gunboat Hatasken. Col. Ludlow, the U. S. agent for the exchange of prisoners, telegraphs that it is "highly probable that the rebel Government will rescind the order retaining U. S. officers." Secretary Chase is in New York holding a conference with the bank Presidents. Gen. McClernand has superceded Gen. Sherman on account of the Vicksburg disaster to the latter. A. Malero, a bookseller in New Orleans, has been fined $25 for exhibiting