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Lincoln was. Gold went up to 194½, and Grant stock came down to zero with a run. For our own part we are glad to hear that Lincoln has received the nomination. When some enterprising partisan officer of the Revolution proposed to carry off Sir William Howe from the midst of his army, Washington put his veto upon it at once.--He had no doubt that it was feasible; but Howe had conducted the war as stupidly as it was possible for any man to conduct it, and any change whatever could not but be forHowe had conducted the war as stupidly as it was possible for any man to conduct it, and any change whatever could not but be for the British interest. Let him stay, for fear of a successor who might not be quite such an imbecile. So we say of Old Abe.--It would be impossible to find another such ass in the United States, and therefore we say let him stay. We, at least of the Confederacy, ought to be satisfied with him, for he has conducted the war exactly as we ought to wish it to be conducted. He has confirmed those that were wavering, heated red hot those who were luke warms made those zealous who were careless, co