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should be gradual. To this effect these gentlemen favor the idea that all colored people remaining in slavery at the end of the war shall be gradually freed by special enactment. No member harhers for a moment the idea of reconstructing the Union on a basis of slavery, and no flag of tines has been or will be entertained from disheartened rebel leaders which foreshadows an idea in conflict with the emancipation proclamation. A Yankee opinion of Gen. Lee's retreat. The New Orleans Delia (Yankee) has the following editorial upon Gen. Lee retiring from Pennsylvania with all his plunder and spits: The ridiculous nonsense so copiously shed over the country by the Northern press since the sanguinary battle of Gettysburg has at last had its explosion; for Lee is neither annihilated in battle, drowned with his host, like Pharaoh of old, nor "bagged," horse, foot, and dragoon, as the newspaper prophets so confidently, and, as the result shows, veraciously vaticinated. He has