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The Proposed "Clar-Helcombe-Sanders" Negotiation. A bombshell thrown into the midst off an assembled crowd in a time of profound peace, a clap of thunder in a clear sky, or the sudden explosion of a magazine in which no powder had been kept for a quarter of a century, could not have produced a greater sensation than the annune that French-Yankee word) of the Government."--President Davis, therefore, is clear of any imputation in connection with the affair. Messrs. Clay, Holcombe, and Sanders are alone responsible for it.--This renders the matter still more curious. What circumstances had been disclosed to these gentlemen that justified them in openinined to the meddlers who provoked it. But it touches the country, and is therefore humiliating in the extreme. We all understand pretty well the calibre of Geo N Sanders and his associates. We know that they have not the slightest influence upon any class of men here; but when Lincoln sent this reply, he probably thought that he