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The Daily Dispatch: December 29, 1862., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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y changes. Secretary Stanton said the resolution was evidently aimed at some one else, besides Secretary Seward. If any one supposed he was responsible for the disaster that had occurred, they were mistaken; that all the charges made against him were false; that the President knew that the charge that he was responsible for the movement on Fredericksburg was groundless; that neither he nor Gen. Halleck was responsible. Senator Grimes made a fierce slight upon Mr. Seward. Mr. Feszenden was firm, 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. Postmaster Blair, who is, next to Mr. Seward, the most objectionable man, refused to resign. In all the interviews the President defended Mr. Seward warmly, denying that he has actively interfered with the military movements, or that h