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his Cabinet, in a manner alike unwarranted and unprecedented. To whom but to him are we to attribute the resignation of Seward and son; men who, as Yankees, and therefore remorselessly avaricious, would never have let go their hold upon the public ln to remodel his whole Cabinet, and send every soul of the blood thirsty public plunderers who composed it packing after Seward and son? To whom do we owe the decapitation of Burnside and the humiliation of the Yankee buzzard, which the apostles ofot stop the promising career of Burnside, and engage his cry "on to Richmond," into a Lowl of "on to Washington?" Did not Seward and sheet despair, and if they should go and like a couple of Judges hang themselves at the Washington Golgoths establis slaughtered 100,000 Yankees, decrepitated three Yankee Generals, broken up Lincoln's Cabinet and stopped the supplies of Seward & Co. On the contrary, we are afraid he stands prepared to repeat the game whenever it may be found convenient to play it
h the Q. E. D. shall be the star spangled banner floating over Richmond. The resignation of Seward. Seward and his son have both resigned, and it is most probable there will be an entire recoSeward and his son have both resigned, and it is most probable there will be an entire reconstruction of the Yankee Cabinet — the cause of this being the recent disaster at Fredericksburg. On the night of the 18th a number of Republican Senators waited on Lincoln and urged the reconstructimendation of a partial reconstruction of the Cabinet. The following history, in connection with Seward's resignation, is given by the Star: The Republican party met in caucus on the 16th, when a resolution was introduced requesting Lincoln to dispense with Seward's services. On this proposition the caucus stood 16 for to 13 against it. Finding unanimity unattainable on this or the many subshe necessary reconstruction. It seems to be taken for granted, the Star says, that all of Mr. Seward's colleagues will follow his example. The committee which waited upon the President, reque