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, in admitting it, says: Everyday brings us some new developments of the unparalleled corruptions of the present Administration. With the exception of President Lincoln, who is personally honest, because he is too imbecile to be otherwise, no member of the Administration is free from the taint of guilt. There is corruption Treasury Department is corrupt from top to bottom; even the State Department, which has very little to do with jobs and contracts, has not escaped calumny. President Lincoln, who presides over these departments, and who must be aware of the frauds perpetrated in them, cannot avoid the responsibility of the evils which he pe dangerous, if not fatal to the reputation of any respectable man. Very Interesting from New Orleans — split in the Louisiana (Yankee) State Convention. Lincoln's scheme to get Louisiana into the Union again doesn't seem to work smoothly. The latest advices from New Orleans are to the 3d inst. The Convention which Banks