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ption as they deserve. One more illustration is furnished by the conservative press. But yesterday denouncing the sectional government of Lincoln as one which the South could not and would not submit to, it is to-day echoing the war-cry of Greeley with an uproar that almost drowns the voice of their new leader. We were not surprised at the sudden somersault of the New York Herald. No one ever suspected the Sawney of that sheet of honesty or manliness. But there were those who regarded and honorable. Brooks had partaken of Virginia hospitality, his wife was a Virginia lady, and his paper fought manfully for the South up to the hour of trial and danger.--Then he deserted us at once. At a single bound he threw himself into the Greeley column, following his new captain, the philosopher of the white hat, with an alacrity and zeal that seemed intended to atone for past of fences. He suggests to the Government the building of steamers of light draught, that may ran up the South