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to come from such a quarter, and a very practical one indeed. But Mr. Weed's suggestions twelve months since would have been more efficacious perhaps. Then he and his confederates were for using all the capital they had in trade, including the "Helper book," in order to carry the North for Black Republicanism. They could then make no concessions to the spirit of patriotism — no offering to the good of the country.--They were engaged in saving their party then and ridiculed the "Union Savers,"s arrayed against their sectionalism. Having brought the country to the brink of dissolution, they now themselves are undertaking the task of Union saving. They profess to regret many things, and desire to undo others. Even Weed deprecates the Helper book now that he has used it successfully, and says it is contrary to his sentiments and feelings. How like mockery does all this look? The Herald aptly compares these acknowledgments to "death-bed confessions." These demonstrations from c