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No, no. Is not this country in danger? Why should we not allow the negro to fight when be enjoys as much liberty here as you do and I do? (Cries of "Why don't you make them, then?" "Why don't they go? ") Mr. Busteed continued to say that the negro was the cause of this whole trouble, and wound up his speech by an appeal to every able-bodied man to join the ranks of our army. The following telegrams show what efforts are being made to bring the people to the sticking point: Troy, July 19--12:15 A. M.-- An immense war meeting was held here last night in Court-House Square, to strengthen the hands of the President, and to raise money and men in the 17th Senatorial district, composed of Rensselaer and Washington counties. The masses were unanimous in this regard, and were addressed by Judge Gould, of the Supreme Court; Hon. Chas. Hughes, ex-member of Congress; Hon. D. L. Seymour, ex-member of Congress; Hon. G. R. Van Santvoord, ex-Senator, Thos. B. Carroll, Alderman McManus,