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emocrats, asked for time to see if the rebels would not submit to terms. The House, at last, consented to give time. Instantly Blair, the superannuated Mercury, spread his wings, and lo ! here he is in the Confederate capital. Courtesies are extended to him, and at length our President consented to send three of our most eminent men in a steamer, as they thought, (To the Chairman — Didn't you ?) to Washington. [Great laughter.] We had already heard on the streets of the fine dinners Stephens, Hunter and Campbell were getting in Washington, when, lo and behold, it turned out that they had stuck in Hampton Roads. As they were on their way, the whole Yankee nation rose to meet them. They sent their King from his throne, and their Prime Minister from his closet. The King came to greet his friends, [turning to the chairman, Mr. Hunter,] of whom, I suppose, he "had heard tell of before." The Prime Minister came to repress any imprudence on the part of his master and curb his "litt