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proscription. Lincoln, Stanton and Welles are alike incompetent drivelers, and Chase, according to the best authority, is a Secessionist. Such men must never againguard, is without a party in either house.--The anti-Lincoln men are mostly for Chase, a few of the red hot radicals are for Fremont or Butler; but the whole pack agr September. The "fears of "Old Abe" stick deep in Banquo — that is, Secretary Chase. You may believe that our amiable President was not very sorry for the sefor the General and the President, and would be very apt to make an opening for Chase. As for the Copperheads, like the Jacobites or England, in the time of Kines." The charges against the Treasury Department. The charges against Mr. Chase and the management of certain bureaus of the Treasury Department, and the app of the kind, and that everything will be satisfactorily explained, as far as Mr. Chase is concerned.--Of course he cannot but feel aggrieved at the action of the Pr