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nd hitherto a faithful supporter of the administration. "I have just read Lincoln's proclamation, and I am hopeless. The whole nature of the war I consider chaest confidence in their leaders, speak highly of McClellan, and assure us that Lincoln's proclamation has united the South all the more closely as one man for the wa with the President Secretary Stanton and Gen. Halleck. First case under Lincoln's proclamation. The following paragraph is from the Washington correspondean restore the old state of affairs. The Military Dictatorship. That Lincoln is to be the Military Dictator of the United States, and that very soon, seemsishmen are in great trouble at the and unconstitutionality of the acts of President Lincoln. They have a great tenderness for the Constitution and the leave and cruout glory, in stupid enterprises and shameful full-scale We should have bung Mr. Lincoln, or Mrs Stanton, or "somebody. "The whole country would have been convulsed