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reeley and the radicals are not the only causes that are hastening the termination of the war. The national finances will not much longer bear the tremendous strain to which they have been subjected for the last twenty months.--No man in his senses can rise from a candid examination of the national finances without being convinced that the nation is on the verge of ruin. We are staggering under a load of financial embarrassments such as no nation ever before experienced All the schemes of Mr. Chase have been no more than the temporary shifts resorted to by spend thrifts who put off the evil day from time to time by raising loans on exorbitant and compound interest, and who find themselves at last bound hand and foot and at the mercy of their Marcile a creditors. The crash is approaching surely, but not slowly. It may come before the ides of March are past. And when it does come, the war is over. Another cause that is hastening the termination of the war is the disgust of the