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as a lecturer before the People's Literary Institute, on Thursday evening next, will be extremely unwise. If I possessed the lawful power, I would not permit his presence on that occasion. Very respectfully, etc. Alexander Henry, Mayor. James W. White, Esq., Chairman. The following letter from the owner of the Hall betrays a common impulse, if not a common origin, with the foregoing: Concert Hall, December 11, 1860. dear Sir:--I have been officially informed that, in the event of G. W. Curtis lecturing in this Hall on Thursday evening next, a riot is anticipated. Under these circumstances, I cannot permit the Hall to be used on that occasion. Respectfully, Thomas A. Andrews. J. W. White, Esq. So the Lincoln city of Philadelphia, like a good many other Northern cities, made her bid for slaveholding forbearance and patronage — no one observing, nor even hinting, that the North had rights and grievances, as well as the South--that sectional aspirations, aggres