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The New York Democracy. --Great excitement existed in Syracuse, New York, on the 5th inst., in consequence of the assembling of the State Democratic Convention. The Tammany delegates were alone admitted, thus excluding the Mozart or "Peace" wing of the party. A telegram from Syracuse says: The Committee on Resolutions reported a series of resolutions setting forth that the watchword of Democracy was: "The Union must be preserved." That the claim to relinquish State allegiance was unwarranted by the Constitution, and at war with its letter and spirit; that secession is revolution: that the seizure by the seceding States of the forts and property of the Government, followed by privateering, precipitated the country into the present war; that it is the duty of the Government to prosecute the war with all its power and resources; and that it is the duty of the people to rally to its support, until the struggle ends with the triumph of the Constitution and the restoration of