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l of the Secretary of State and the Cabinet when they were passed. Carllie, Latham, Powell, Saulsbury and Wall voted against them. The Herald, speaking of Mr. Chase's duty, says: "If Mr. Chase falls it will be his own fault. If the expansion of the currency is permitted now to go on in the same way the whole scheme wiMr. Chase falls it will be his own fault. If the expansion of the currency is permitted now to go on in the same way the whole scheme will collapse in general disaster. If he returns to specie payment himself, and, compelling the banks to do the same thing, then he will have made himself master of the situation. Otherwise, the situation will have made itself master of him. Let him purchase forty or fifty millions in gold by sale of bonds at any price. With specie payments prices will fall, and half as much will buy what the Government wants Soldiers' pay will be doubly valuable. Let Chase compel the banks to follow his example, and the public will be benefited. With public confidence restored, specie will only be needed to pay foreign balances." Colorado and Nevada have been admit