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Try a gentleman, --We really think it would be worth while for the North--that is, to use its own favorite vernacular, it would pay to offer a premium for a gentleman as the next Premier of the United States. As to the President, it matters not much, as experience has shown, whether he be a philosopher or anass. In point of fact, the two animals, in political positions, differ not much, except in the length of their ears. Nor is it very important whether the President is a high-minded statesman or a vulgar, demagogue. If he is the first, the people will desert him, and if he is the last, he will desert the people. A gentleman in the Presidency would give mortal offence to the magnificent vulgar. It is the theory of the United States that the People are Kings, that the Plug Ugly or Dead Rabbit is as much a monarch as "Gentleman George," and every attempt of the President, who is but the upper servant of the people, to put on airs, wear a clean shirt, and behave himself wit