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Gov Seymour is making the General Government trouble. He seems to think that the present moment is his opportunity, and he therefore orders his District Attorney to ex the laws of the State without reference to the orders of the President, and Gen Dix is in hot water. The President will probably give way, as he did in the case of Vallandigham, doubtless being satisfied that the seizure of the World and Journal of Commerce newspapers was a mistake. But the difficulty is to extricate Gen Dix Gen Dix from his dilemma. He is held by the State authorities, and if punished it will be because he obeyed the President. It will be extremely hard, and even cowardly, for the Government to desert him, and it cannot afford to do it. Yet Mr. Lincoln is greatly troubled upon the subject. Everybody knows that if Gen. Grant had succeeded in capturing Richmond Gov. Seymour would not have taken such a defiant stand against the General Government. Like all cowards, he puts on airs when his opponent