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ln and Seward have been able to discover any, they have keener eyesight than any man in this Confederacy. From the evidence on the trial of the Cato conspirators in London, it appeared that two of the leaders had a vehement dispute as to which of them should have Chatsworth, the well known seat of the Duke of Devonshire, after they should have overthrown the existing Government and set up one of their own in its stead. Shakespeare has recorded a similar quarrel between Hotspur and Owen Glendower, with regard to the boundaries of their respective kingdoms, which they had not then conquered. The rope of the executioner, in the first instance, and the sword of King Henry, in the second, settled the claims of the rival potentates. In the same manner the bayonets of the Confederates will dis cse of the pretensions of Seward and his comrades dust recovered from a mortal terror, induced by- Lee's invasion of Pennsylvania, the think they have won everything because the were not utterl