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on, except that which loyalty dictates; all resentment, except such as is due to treason; and that this war or national self defence against armed rebels, insurrectionary traitors, and sympathizing abettors, should be waged on our part until such rebels and traitors are conquered into love for the Union, and made obedient to the Constitution and laws of the United States, and take the oath of allegiance to the country, of submission to the emancipation proclamation, and the proclamation of December 8, 18 3; and when these objects are accomplished, the leading rebels and chief traitors should be hung and the war cease. At the suggestion of Mr. Stevens, of Pennsylvania, (Union,) the above proposition was referred to the Committee on the Reconstruction of States. Mr. Carlisle, of West Virginia, offered a series of resolutions in the Senate declaring that it is in competent for the Federal President, or any of his commanders, to interfere with State laws, &c.--They were laid on