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Ridiculous. The New York Herald says: "The conservative city of New York, guiltless of any agency in precipitating upon the two sections of this great country this causeless and senseless appeal to arms, has the right, and has some power to speak to the North and the South in behalf of peace." The city which shows its "conservatism" by fitting out engines of destruction for the South, and by instituting a reign of terror in which no man is permitted to utter a friendly word to what Northern "conservatism" means. It means conservatism of commerce and cash, and destruction of everything that threatens your interests. --Speak to the South, quotha! We would listen to Wendell Phillips as soon as to the "conservative city of New York," which, for the sake of contracts for ships and provisions, is preparing to hurl all the horrors of civil war upon our shores. The righteous retribution of Heaven may yet descend upon that whited sepulchre of conservatism, and the war it i
The city of New York. It is to be hoped that the present hostile attitude of the city of New York will never, never be forgotten by the South, whose commerce has made that city what it is, and whose just revenge can unmake it. The city of New York. It is to be hoped that the present hostile attitude of the city of New York will never, never be forgotten by the South, whose commerce has made that city what it is, and whose just revenge can unmake it.