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mes, from which we make the following extract: It is now pretended, for instance, that Governor Brown, of Georgia, and Vice-President Stephens have entered into negotiations with General Shermane authorities in Washington. His business is not to make peace, but to make war. Were Governor Brown to make any such application, through any of our generals, to the President, there can be nog as there is any armed rebellion within the State, there can be no peace within the State. Governor Brown can pledge nothing for the people of Georgia, for no such power has ever been deputed to himagement that there should be no more hostilities within the limits of their States as Governor. Brown seek the same thing in behalf of his. We have not the slightest idea that Governor Brown is suchGovernor Brown is such a fool as to make any such application. The story is sheer invention. The Copperheads, and rebel schemers to help the Copperheads, may do their utmost to throw upon the Administration the guilt