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ging a row, from a sour apple tree, there will be forged chance of our arms being speedily successful restoring the rebellions Southern he Union, when can perform the same service after the leading secessionists, when we catch enemy that Beecher is volunteers to do for himself. The reverend mountie back closed his sermon with following prediction of the result of the protection: shall see a glorious nation, a restored Condition. We shall see a liberty in whose bright day and Massachusetts will shake hands that forged shall be separated again. There is love to raked open yet. Now there is fierceness of but there shall come concord, fellowship, union; and when this comes we shall have a on that no freight influence can break, and note trouble shall ever mar again. Wise. Conservative, and benignant Adis President Lincoln--the War to be closed in 90 days. The New York Herold, of the 30th, has a characteristic article, which may be so into sarcasm that we are al