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ecent canvass, I do not perceive that any patriotic objects can be advanced by any further public discussions on my part prior to resuming my seat in the Senate. That the passions and animosities engendered by recent contests may soon give place to reason and patriotism; that calm and wise counsels may prevail, and fraternal feeling be restored; that the Constitution may be preserved inviolate, and the Union maintained forever, is the ardent hope and fervent prayer of your friend and fellow citizen, "S. A. Douglas. "New Orleans, November 13, 1860." Cockades in the Pulpit. The Clayton (Ala.) Banner says that on Sunday last the Rev. Alexander McLennon, of the Methodist persuasion, preached in the Methodist Church of that town, with "the tricolor rosette conspicuous on his vest." Hon. John Forsyth advertises in the Mobile (Ala.) Register for eighty able-bodied men.--He wishes to form a military company for the protection of the honor and rights of Alabama.