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nsidered in Cabinet council so far informal; but it has developed two parties. Mr. Bates and Montgomery Blair favor it with certain modifications, while Messrs. Stanton and Chase violently oppose it. Mr. Welles is supposed also to be opposed to it. Mr. Usher, who always votes with the President, will decide whichever way thatthe South is willing, we may have peace within two months. Mr. Seward's proposition is being vehemently denounced in Republican circles. He is called a traitor. Stanton insists that the rebels must be driven to the wall, that no proposition shall be made to them; that, as they opened the fight first at Sumter, so they must consens subject. They are all powerful here in all the departments, especially in the Navy, and War, and Treasury departments. Hence it is supposed that Mr. Welles, Mr. Stanton, and Mr. Chase can be relied upon for the strongest opposition to all means looking towards an early peace. Lincoln's policy in Missouri--his private letter
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is the signal, as it is the incentive, to everlasting war. That is the only way to reach the haven of peace, and Seward and Bates ought to know it by this time. But they have been deceiving themselves with the illusion that there is a strong Union party in the South, and that they need but encouragement to come forward. This it is that induces them to indulge the fond dream of treating us as conquered rebels, and dictating their terms in the style of conquerors. Lincoln, Welles, and Stanton are, however, fiercer. They will make no compromise with rebels. They will slay and take possession. They had best be sure that we are conquered first before they proceed to carry out the rest of their designs. But a few weeks ago we were almost in sight of the Yankee capital, and the Yankee Cabinet was shaking in its shoes. They had best be certain that a few days may not produce a revolution as sudden as that which occurred to our army, and that they may not be the losers by it.