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he legally-constituted tribunals of the country; that upon this platform we stand, and, by the grace of God, will abide the issue. Resolved, That the present Administration, in the high position they have taken to preserve the integrity of the Government, have our sympathy and our undivided support, and that with the country we will stand or fall; and to this we pledge our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor. Resolved, That, in the recent spectacle presented to us in the so-called Union meetings held throughout the country under the auspices of Messrs. Wood, Davis & Co., we recognize a more subtle foe than open hostility, and that such enactments, under the shelter of the American flag, are only suggestive of a touching inquiry contained in the Holy Writ, Betrayest thou the Son of Man with a kiss? Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting, together with a copy of the resolutions, be published in all the county papers. W. H. Scott, Chairman. H. P. Bush, Secretary.