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mong these, and above all, the sacred personal security of the habeas corpus, the freedom of opinion and freedom of utterance.--We have demanded a specification of the objects for which this unparalleled call upon the industry and income of our constituents is predicated. We have asked whether this war contemplates re-union, and if on, is what manner arms are to achieve the object. We have asked whether it means the desolation of Southern horses, the overthrow of Southern institutions, and the destruction of our own race there. We have demanded more partial security for the economical, faithful, legitimate application of this vast amount of money, and the results that we are turned round upon the privilege which we are thankful is yet reserved to us, of spreading upon the journals of the House this our respectful, solemn protest. Signed by Harry Bingham, Aaron P. Hughes, and eighty-nine others, members of the New Hampshire Legislature, and by order spread upon the journals.