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ctory, or unite in thanksgiving for the same. the question was discussed all day on Tuesday, and on Wednesday it was again taken up. Dr. Plumer himself was present, and defended his position in a powerful address. He was replied to by Drs. McLaren, Dale, and others, some of whom were very severe upon him for his want of sympathy with the Union cause. Dr. McLaren, particularly, handled him with great severity. He said the real sentiments of Dr. P. Were slowly and reluctantly developed inDr. McLaren, particularly, handled him with great severity. He said the real sentiments of Dr. P. Were slowly and reluctantly developed in the correspondence with the memorialists. He defended the great majority of the clergy who do pray for the success of our arms, and dwelt forcibly on the righteousness of the present war. He again dwelt on the subject of "preaching polities," as that thing is generally spoken of, among a certain class of politicians, with withering sarcasm. He said it should not take two minutes for a man to define his loyalty or patriotism, if he has any. after a lengthy discussion the Presbytery adopted th