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ch occurred in a few of the smaller States at a later date. Now this opposition changed after the Federal successes of last year, may be gathered from the following article in the New York Times No one can read it without the conviction that a series of Confederate victories this year will give the Opposition a large majority ever the now distracted Administration party in the next Congress: First--As to restoration without conditions precedent Mr. Rogers, of New Jersey, Democrat, on Jan. 8, presented resolutions, affirming that the rebels "have a right to return with their domestic institutions as they were before the war, and to elect. Representatives to Congress, without any conditions precedent." On the motion to lay on the table only forty-two, less than half of the party, voted in the negative. Second--As to the policy of negotiation, Mr. Baldwin, of Massachusetts, Union, on January 8, presented a resolution that "every proposition to negotiate with the rebel leaders