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ce, silence reigned on both sides, but the attack is now resumed with vigor. Opposition to Lincoln's Draft. The following extract from a New York letter shows that Lincoln's new call for menLincoln's new call for men in not received so complacently as it might be: As was to be expected, the Daily News is doing its best to excite popular prejudice against the President's new call for troops. The workingmen e impudence of the secession sympathizers, in their outcries about "muzzling the press" by the "Lincoln despotism," is more sublime than ever. Deficiencies in the Yankee War Appropriation bill. oga street, under the auspices of the American Missionary Association. As a mark of esteem for Lincoln, the author of the proclamation of emancipation, and the deep interest he has manifested in theCorrection for attempting to send a sword to Major Harry Gilmore, has been released by order of Lincoln and arrived in Baltimore. William J. Fish, of the First Connecticut cavalry, late provost-
sion had changed the foreign policy of this country. That debate was a great party struggle. The opposition had began to think that there was a great conservative re-action, but in the division they found out their mistake, and that there was an enormous majority of the constituencies of England and Wales in favor of the Government. Some attempt to terminate the War Anticipated. The London Times, in an editorial on the position of affairs in America, thinks it probable that President Lincoln may make some attempt to terminate the war by negotiation, but it doubts whether the terms will be accepted. It says: Each party may reconsider its position by the light of four years experience. Each may again learn its own mind, and take its decision. There is a new reign, though of the same king. Such an occasion has not happened before since the beginning of the war; nor, for four years to come, is it likely to happen again. Miscellaneous. The highest legal trib