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judices, of as but country, join with the Government be its exertions for the preservation of the Republic. So only may we, by God's good help, restore the national banner when has been rudely torn; and, by conquest when during peace, and establish our power to cope with traitors at home as successfully as we have with foes abroad. [Losd cheers] At the close of this brief address the speaker retired to his apartments amid appiause. Condemnation of prize vessels in New York Judge Betts has recently rendered decisions in the following prize cases, recently argued before him: United States vs. the Brig Sarah Seers and be Cargo.--The Judge has condemned this vesset and cargo as being the property of persons domiciled in the rebel States. The cargo is valued in the neighborhood of $30,000; Messrs. E. D. Smith, District Attorasy and Stewart L. Woodford, assistant, for the United States; Mr. Charles Edwards for vessel; Mr. Charles O'Conor for cargo. United States v