WashiDgton dispatches of the the 14Ü inst, say : Senator Douglns ealled on the President to-night. Ile had in interest ing convèrpation ou the present condition of tho country. Tho Bubstanoe of it, was, on the part of Mr. Douglae, that white ba yas unalterably oppoeed to the adminiütrstion ou all politica] issues, ho was propared to snstain tho President in the ezeroise of his constitntiona] functions to preserve the TJnioD, maintain tlio govornment, and defond the redera] capital. A íinn policy md prompt actioa were necessary. The capital oí' uur country is n dariger, ind must be protooted at all hazard, :it any expense oí meo and rooney. Hopoke nf the preent and the futore, withont reference to tho past. Mr. .Lincoln was very niuch gratiüod wilh tliu Dterviow. Tho position of Senator Douglas ís ho position every Northern Democrat, aj'e, cvery Republican st)ould t:ike. Our Country Jirst, and a suttlcrncut of party diöerences alterwards.