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aving them off their hands, are then to take their satisfaction out of Virginia; and that it will be a bitter one everybody can very well understand. These gentlemen may disguise their intentions as they may; but if their object be not reconstruction, their course leads inevitably to it, and Senator Johnson's letter is the more acceptable from its proving that the counsels of these men are not shared by all in that section of the country. It seems to us that Messrs. Brown, Stephens and Boyce propose a very clumsy machine for effecting their object. Nothing can be easier than to return to the bosom of the Union. Lincoln himself tells us how it can be done. Lay down your arms in the first place. Acknowledge that there is no such rights as State rights, and that the Federal Government is sovereign and supreme. Confess that the attempt to establish a separate independence is a wicked and damnable rebellion. Acknowledge that you, as one of its abettors, are liable to all the pe