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ratives in England. The Washington Chronicle says the election of Seymour was an act of rank treason, and gave aid and comfort to Jeff. Davis, that the men who nominated him are traitors, and all, with their leader, guilty of treason. The Herald says telegraphic communication between Memphis and Vicksburg is complete. The Herald says that it is rumored that the Administration will accept Burnside's resignation as soon as his successor can be selected, and the appointment of McClellan. It says Burnside urges it. The radicals urge Hooker, who will probably he selected. In Congress, notice was given of a bill to aid Western Virginia in the extinguishment of slavery, Mr. Collamer introduced a bill authorizing any person, summarily arrested, to institute suits for damages. Gold, in New York, on the 9th, rose to 138, closing at 137½ Exchange advanced to 151 and 150. Later from Europe. The steamship Africa has arrived, with Liverpool dates to the 28th ult.
arrivals from the North state that a recently took place on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington between Hal sts, the Commander in Chief, and the Young Napoleon. McClellan. The story is that McClellan, met Halfork on the street and accused him of having published, a tissue of unbinding in his recent report when the latter pitched McClellan, met Halfork on the street and accused him of having published, a tissue of unbinding in his recent report when the latter pitched into McClellan, who defended himself to decided advantage. It is further stated with reference to the affair that one of the city papers had a paragraph noticing is not before half a dozen cable were streek off the police interfered and had the whole matter suppressed. e of unbinding in his recent report when the latter pitched into McClellan, who defended himself to decided advantage. It is further stated with reference to the affair that one of the city papers had a paragraph noticing is not before half a dozen cable were streek off the police interfered and had the whole matter suppressed.
The Murfreesboro' battle. General Rosecrans, in a dispatch announcing the total rout of the Confederate army at Murfreesboro', proves himself as reckless of truth and conscience as McClellan, Pope, Burt and the Federal leaders in general. We know that to "He like a bulletin," has long since passed into a proverb, and that is a military maxim that lying in order to gain an advantage over an enemy a lawful. But the morality, or even the expediency, of always claiming a great victory, whether the fact warrant the assumption or not, in more than questionable. We are happy to believe that our own Generals have not degraded themselves and their cause by pretending to achievements which they have never performed. General Lee is the model General of the age in this respect. His reports of battles always fall below, rather than above, the results which have been actually accomplished. But what is the habit of the Federal General? Just what we might expect from a people who h
hristian Hercules of a great new nation would reach forth and grasp and offer to God as his greet tribute the golden apples of the Hesperides. (Loud and continued applause) The ninth toast was, The Army and Navy of the United States.--Devoted to the safety and permanence of the Government; their honor is in obedience to the laws; their fame in the triumph of the Constitution over the rebellion. In connection with this toast the President read a letter of apology from Major General McClellan, whose name was honored with general applause. Brigadier General Andrews responded to the toast. He was followed by Brigadier-General Dwight, late Colonel of the 1st regiment of the Excelsior Brigade. The latter said: "We can only obtain military success through military criticism. We shall only obtain it through a General. We have submitted for fifteen months to delay and defeat, and yet not one military voice has spoken of the General in command. We have just submitted t