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ebels, would you give immediate information there of to our authorities, that they might be detected and punished as traitors deserve? A. I would not have anything to do with it. Beecher on the endurance and Pluck of the rebels. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher rather startled his hearers at the Plymouth Church, in Brooklyn, in a enology of the rebel troops, in the course of a sermon designed to show that the price of liberty was not only eternal vigilance, but eternal self-sacrifice. "Where," edit of saying they fight well, and bear up under trouble nobly; they suffer and do not complain; they go in rags, but do not rebel; they are in earnest for their personal liberty; they believe in it, and if they can they mean to get it." Mr. Beecher also denied that slavery was dead. "Dead !" be exclaimed, "we know that within the lines of the frontier army there are yet three millions of slaves. As yet, we learn that they are docile, amenable to the will of their masters, patient, and s