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Still, I never expected to find him introducing a want of fair play to those who carry out his fighting, while he stays in the rear. With best regards, yours, Phil, Kearny, Brig. Gen. Com'dg. Rev. Mr. Bosserman Tells his Story. Rev. Mr. Bosserman, formerly pastor of the Universalist Church in Richmond, but a native of Pennsylvania, who was recently permitted to leave here for the North, delivered a lecture in Dr. Chapin's Church, in New York, on the 20th. The following sketch of itand lodging in the beams of the room. Nothing was done with the sentinel. Kindred acts of ferocity were recited, ending in the death of prisoners — showing that the war has developed traits of Southern character worthy of the Stout tribes. Mr. Bosserman said the worst rebels South were "clergymen and women." He is of opinion that the only means of permanently conquering rebellion is emancipation. He will doubtless lecture elsewhere, and we ask for him the favorable attention of loyal audito