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was the savage contest it had been. The influence of Christianity was spreading, and human governments were approaching the principles of Him "whose power was in righteousness." Mr. Petigru illustrated these views in the presentation of his points with a matchless wealth of language and force of logic. In conclusion, he said he had been compelled to speak in defence of right. He did it when life had lost much of its energy — since the fire of youth is exhausted — and he would that younger advocates had stood up with youthful energy and more prevailing eloquence. Such as he had done, however, he had done. What we have given above is but a meagre abstract of Mr. Petigru's eloquent argument, which we hope to be able to lay before our readers in full in a later issue of the Courier. Isaac W. Hayne, Esq., replied on behalf of the Government, followed by Mr. Mitchell in reply. These arguments we also shall take pleasure in laying before our readers in another issue.