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th inst, in which appears the first sign of caving in by that body. "A bill guaranteeing Republican Government to the Rebellious States," was on motion of Mr. Henry Winter Davis, of Md., so amended as to require a majority of the voters of a seceded State, instead of "one-tenth," as in the original bill, to reorganize a State Goveded them in their opposition, and they took no doubt an especial pleasure in voting down Stevens's preamble. It was quite an advantage gained to them. Winter Davis is one of the most relentless enemies of the South, and could hardly be animated by any sudden clemency towards us. At most, he may have availed himself of the rev A few months ago Steven's preamble would have reflected the policy, as we doubt not it now reflects the sentiments, of the majority of the Federal Congress. Davis and his confreres would utterly annihilate the South if they could. But as they desire power, offices, and patronage, they hesitate not to take advantage of the e