-The New York Express statcá that íne New York Twelfth Regiment huve fmprúVSíJ the present opportunity to demónstrate to tlieir countrymen that they are pat nota, and not partisans. When the Presidont carne to visit them, as they filed past the Capítol, some one propos ed "three cheers tor President Lincoln," bilt the regiment, to a man, Were cilent. Three cheers vvero then proposed for the P-resident of the United States, and there was a simultaneons and hearty response (with ':a iiger") that made the air reuound. There is a losson read in this Httle incident, full of deep meaning: and the moaning is, that in this hour of the nation's peril, men are nothing. party is nothing, but the country everything.