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Wise. Conservative, and benignant Adis President Lincoln--the War to be closed in 90 days. The New York Herold, of the 30th, has a characteristic article, which may be so into sarcasm that we are almost in to think that there is a substratum of "rebel" in establishment. It says the Abolition who have heretofore urged an active and war, are beginning to advocate a defensive for several months to come, so that when resume offensive operations their fleets and may be seconded by a general uprising of in the rebellious States, in response to the resident's decree that, though recognized by him slaves till the 4th of January next, they shall be thenceforward, and forever, free " It says: The argument, at this time, for standing on the tensive" broadly discloses the arms and objects our abolition disorganizes. They aim to the war, that they may still fatten upon the and plunder of the Government; and in the that the war, in being actively suspended , may, from and afte