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s forth to battle and to victory. [Loud applause and three cheers for Grant.] The Rumored peace commissioners' Appointment. The Yankee papers agree that Lincoln will proclaim an amnesty, as usual, in his next annual message, but that he will not appoint any peace commissioners. The New York Tribune, after stating a number of reasons for the Confederates not accepting a peace from Lincoln on his terms, says: Hence we conclude that no thought of sending commissioners to Richmond is entertained at Washington. The peace that might be graciously conceded by the potentate who bears sway in that city would not be such as the nation could accept asimented by the President upon this part of his speech. From that fact, rumors have sprung that the message will contain a distinct proposition on the subject. Mr. Lincoln is reticent, as he should be; but the stories of a commission sent to Richmond to offer terms of peace are without the shadow of a foundation. A proclamation m