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Progress of the war. the Washington Cabinet, Thinking the Confederacy Subjugated, is Considering peace Mr. Seward Wishes to offer an amnesty to the Subjugated Confederates. among the richest telegrams from Washington that we find in the New York Herald is one dated on the 12th inst. Since the news from New York we rather think that an amnesty to the "rebels" in that city had better first be disposed of. The correspondent says: I am enabled positively to announce that the question of peace has already been considered in Cabinet circles. More than that, we are actually in the midst of a Cabinet crisis, growing out of a proposition made by Mr. Seward for the issuance of a Presidential proclamation offering an amnesty to the people of the South, withdrawing the emancipation proclamation, suspending the liabilities of the confiscation act, and offering, in short, full and free pardon and protection in their personal and property rights to the people of the South, onl