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nowledged the reception of the resignations of Seward and Chass, and, after due deliberation, came tseveral Senators made fierce attacks upon Secretary Seward, making him responsible for our defeats af Iowa, declaring a want of confidence in Secretary Seward, and requesting the President to remove hrman, Trumbull, Wade, &c., It was charged that Seward's policy was a Fablan one--that of delay; thatnine. On Thursday Senator Ring informed Mr. Seward of the action of the Senate, and he and Assi at but speeches were made by the enemies of Mr. Seward, in which he was denounced in unmeasured tery found the whole Cabinet there excepting Secretary Seward. The President introduced the subjectated that he was not a personal friend of Secretary Seward, though formerly a law partner, and thoug Senator Grimes made a fierce slight upon Mr. Seward. Mr. Feszenden was firm, but determinedIn all the interviews the President defended Mr. Seward warmly, denying that he has actively interfe[3 more...]