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ves, on Monday, during a debate on Lincoln's message, Mr. Cox (Ohio) said he was touched by the earnest appeal of the geagree with Mr. Greeley, though I think him a patriot. Mr. Cox--Yet you denounce the Chicago Convention, General McClella, and that no harm could come even if it failed, etc. Mr. Cox inquired — Why does not the gentleman denounce Mr. Greeley Mr. Stevens--I do not believe in negro equality. Mr. Cox--Does not the gentleman believe all men are created equal? Mr. Stevens--Equal before the law. Mr. Cox--Black and white equal before the law? Then give up that, and instead f. Mr. Stevens--They would not let me come back. Mr. Cox--The persuasiveness of his not appeals to "God and humanit It will be seen from the Congressional report that Representative Cox said he saw the former on the Republican side of theconferring with members as to measures of peace, while he (Mr. Cox) was in favor of sending Montgomery Blair to Richmond to l