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A Frenchman in New York has come forward with an original plan for putting an end to the difficulties between the North and South, which he publishes in full in the New York Courrier des Etats Unis. The South must give up slavery and return to the Union. On its part, the North must give up Lincoln and Johnson. Davis and Stephens must also resign, and then let the two Congresses of Washington and Richmond proclaim General Lee President of the Union.--This is the simple and comprehensive scheme of a gentleman evidently not at home on American institutions, but who seems to have heard of General Lee.
Wanted to Purchase, immediately, a nice family residence, on Shockoe Hill, with not less than six rooms. Also, for sale, a No. 1 Cook, Washer and Ironer, without incumbrance. Also, for sale, a Ladies' Pony. Apply to B. J. Johnson, on Cary street. mh 6--6t*