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, and the reply of the President, two days later; and to the that on the 25th of that month, a call was issued in New York for a mass war meeting, to be held on the 27th, at which a national war committee was appointed, who, on the first week of September, met certain Governors of the New England States at the commencement of the Brown University--all of them seized, as the speaker said, with an irresistible desire to participate in the literary ever of that occasion. The next day (the 4th of September) this war committee, having held a ion with the literary loyal Governors of New Dogland, sent a dispatch to the Secretary of War, asking him to authorize the organization of a corps of 50,000 men, to be commanded by General Fremont or General Mitchell. How powerful such an army would have been to put down discussion, if it had pleased the Governors of the free States to use an enginery against free speech instead of against the rebels, the Convention could judge.--Fortunately, the