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minies on an ancient Commonwealth where the step of invasion has not been felt for more than seventy years, and where personal liberty, as secured by law, has never before been violated. You will, I am sure, excuse these suggestions for the future. Something may be pardoned to freedom of speech suddenly restored. I have the honor to be gentleman, very respectfully, your obedient servant, Wm. H. Reed. To Messrs. Ancona, Galt, Beyer, Moyer, and Fillman, Committee. A Northern Lady Disgusted with the Management of affairs — the effect of M'Clellan's Removal. Philadelphia, Dec,--1862. Dear Brother: You have satisfied me at last. I can be quiet for a while. I was anxiously expecting a letter from you, because I want to write Me I did not think about sending no money home, except you were not paid — indeed, I could not think of such a thing as you being a bad boy. If you was only here I think I would be tempted to eat you up. When will this horrid war cease? It