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were a large number of Republicans who would rejoice at his leaving the Cabinet, while an equally large number were in favor of his remaining. He thought it would be impolitic and uncalled for, because he quietly opposed any changes. Secretary Stanton said the resolution was evidently aimed at some one else, besides Secretary Seward. If any one supposed he was responsible for the disaster that had occurred, they were mistaken; that all the charges made against him were false; that the Pthe interviews the President defended Mr. Seward warmly, denying that he has actively interfered with the military movements, or that his policy has been detrimental to the conduct of the war.--He expressed the most unbounded confidence in Secretaries Stanton and Chase, and thought Secretary Welles had done all that could be done. He will not remove any member, and unless they resign, and insist upon their resignations being accepted, there will be no change. The Senators have taken this