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artial law he would not be able to got far up Broadway. Butler was told this and said: "If that man Dean understands me, he will find it very convenient to leave in a short time." [Applause.] Ex-Surveyor Andrews then, being introduced by Mr. Busteed, said: The people of this country have made up their minds that this rebellion is to be suppressed ["Bully for you"] and the people have made up their minds that Abraham Lincoln is the man to suppress it. [Cheers.] And they have made up their n of Seymour and his infernal exhorts, who have raised themselves up against the prosecution of this war since the firing of Fort Seymour. [A voice--"Send him to the State prison."] That is too good a place for him. [Groans for Seymour.] Mr. Busteed proposed three cheers for Governor Morton, which were given with a hearty good will. "John Brown" was called for, to which some one responded, "Do let John Brown's bones rest for a few minutes." [Cheers and laughter.] At half-past 10