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pying their places, ready to follow their fate it the country demanded it. Platform of the Government party at the North. Gen. James S. Wadsworth, the Republican nominee for Governor of New York and at present Military Governor of Washington, D. C., has written a letter accepting the nomination. His position is that of the whole Republican party at the North, and therefore adds an importance to his utterance which it would not otherwise possess. He approves of Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation and recommends it to the electors of New York for the following reasons: 1. It is an effectual aid to the speedy and complete suppression of this rebellion. Six or eight millions of whiles, having had time to organize their Government, and arm their troops, fed and supported by the labor of four millions of slaves, present the most formidable rebellion recorded in history. Strike from this rebellion the support which it derives from the unrequited toil of these slav