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tarily to hear the bullet of the assassin who would kill the President.--But our Government had now better credit, with $600,000,000 of debt, than it had under Democratic rule without any debt. [Applause.] The Democratic rebellion made the debt. Let the Secession Democrats call of the war dogs and the debt would stop. [Applause.] He counseled the most cordial support of the Union Democrats, and said that he believed that the Syrathes candidates might carry not only the State, but the city of New York, with a triumphant and overwhelming majority. [Applause.] Hon. Henry J. Raymond followed, in a speech of considerable length, reviewing the position of the North at the present crisis, and showing the necessity of sustaining the Republican Union, ticket in the State, and defeating the Seymour Secession ticket, in order to sustain the Government and put down the rebellion. Mr. Raymond cordially endorsed the emancipation proclamation of the President as a military necessity, and sa