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Cabinet would increase the confidence of the country" Senator Sherman objected because this was too broad; that Secretary Chase would resign at once if that was passed. Senator Fessenden then amended it to read: "A partial reconstruction,"re excepting Secretary Seward. The President introduced the subject and stated the object of the committee. Secretary Chase at once stated that he did not come there to be arraigned by Senators Senator Fessenden said he did not come thirm, but determined. The meeting lasted until a late hour, and adjourned without any result being accomplished. Secretary Chase, however, tendered his resignation to the President in order to place him in a position to use his own pleasure. cy has been detrimental to the conduct of the war.--He expressed the most unbounded confidence in Secretaries Stanton and Chase, and thought Secretary Welles had done all that could be done. He will not remove any member, and unless they resign