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Three-fourths of the States will ratify the amendment to the Constitution, and no State can then come back with slavery. Mr. Cox (Democrat) of Ohio expressed his gratification that the negotiation had taken place, because he believed that if it was followed up it would end in peace and Union. He was sorry that the gentleman from Pennsylvania should have given emphasis to the remark that the rebels stood up simply upon their independence. General Grant, himself, says the intention of the commissioners was good, and that they had a desire to restore peace and Union. The thanks of the country were due to the President for drawing this out. If peace is not secured on that basis, the fault will be at the door of the radical pressure. Miscellaneous. Gold was quoted in New York on the 11th at 207 1-2. Senator Hicks, of Maryland, is reported dying. Harry Gilmer has been sent to Fort Warren. The inauguration ball at Washington is to take place on March 6th.