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rk may work the ruin of the U. S. Government. Even though Seymour and his supporters may not be actual traitors, their succee rebel Confederacy. Every man knows this to be so. Mr. Seymour himself knows it. The Atlas and Argus knows it. The part real spirit and animus of the movement in the speech of Mr. Seymour, which they adopted as their platform, that in spite of ive in the eyes of the world;--and then they put forward Mr. Seymour as the representative of this hostility to the Governmennalties of treason against them. We have not asked that Mr. Seymour should be sent to Fort Lafayette, or that the editors ofscale of rebellion against the Government. The friends of Seymour appeal to them to end the war. But how? By its vigorous pcomfort? This is General Wadsworth's method, not Governor Seymour's. This is precisely the method on which Governur SeySeymour and the party at his back are making war. It is precisely the method they are trying to stop. They are for ending the w