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The late Archbishop Hughes. The Petersburg Intelligencer has an obituary of this most dangerous prelate, who actually enlisted more men against the South than any one man at the North. We publish his obituary with respectful, yet cheerful, alacrity: Few names are more celebrated, or have stood more prominent in the stormy politics of the State of New York. Called to the Episcopate in January, 1838, for a quarter of a century he has ruled the most populous and most influential diocese belonging to his church in the once United States.--Of commanding intellect, and an eloquent preacher, he has long been looked to by the Roman Catholics of the North as at once the ornament and defence of their oft-assailed creed. An Irishman by birth, he belonged to a generation of exiles that remembered, perhaps felt, the remorseless tyranny of the British Government during the insurrection of 1798, when that unhappy country was delivered up to the unbridled license of a brutal soldiery, an