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rowl, and then came the bombshell of the Chase Pomeroy anti-Lincoln circular. Then there was a Cabinet crisis, and next there was an armistice between Lincoln and Chase, involving the graceful mock retirement of the latter from the Presidential contest. The late terrible speech against Chase by F P Blair, Jr, in Congress, and hisChase by F P Blair, Jr, in Congress, and his immediate appointment by the President to an Important command in the army, and the House proceedings thereon, show that the conflict between the President and his Secretary is irrepressible. What next. The Chase faction desire a postponement of the Baltimore Convention till September, simply because they have been caught naChase faction desire a postponement of the Baltimore Convention till September, simply because they have been caught napping, and want time to intrigue and to buy up the trading politicians among the delegates to suit their purposes. Postponed or not, the Convention will be but a gathering of trading politicians, and some incompetent candidate may be expected.--From the beginning of these national party conventions we may date the beginning of our