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s and does, right to the point. The members of the old political parties are down upon their former leaders and champions of the North--men whom each party delighted to honor. I refer to Cass, Pierce, Buchanan, Douglas, Cushing, Dickenson, Fillmore, Everett and Stockton. How manfully each of these "Northern men with Southern principles," in former days, contended for the rights of the South! But then they wanted votes of Southern men! Now they want to build up a popularity at home. Old Buck once said that if the North ever attempted to interfere with Southern rights or "invade the South, he would put his knapsack on his back and his musket on his shoulder, and travel South to fight in her defence!" Fillmore said in 1856 that the election of a sectional President and Vice President would be a dissolution of the Union. Now, that event has occurred, and he says it is the duty of every man to defend the Constitution and the Union at all hazards! Com. Stockton and the others ar