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An Editor before the Cabinet. The editor of the Chautauqua, N. Y., Democrat is spending his time in Washington, and writing home letters for publication. One of them, it is claimed, contained contraband news, and the editor (if his statement may be believed) has been summoned before the Cabinet to answer for the heinous offence. Here is his account of the affair. So many weeks had slipped away since my friends in Jamestown commenced sending the Democrat regularly to the members of the
sily perusing, and inquired of the President: If he had ever heard anything about the fight the Democrat spoke of, between the Monitor and the Merrimac, and the danger there was of the latter getting out and coming up the Potomac and bombarding Washington?
Mr. Lincoln said: It was a fact.
The Secretary seemed greatly surprised, and said: He must write to his brother-in-law in New-York, to send round a vessel to Hampton Roads, to watch the Merrimac, and also to send him the Weekly Post, so that