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An editor Exiled. The Toronto (Canada) Leader publishes a long letter from E. F. Loveridge, Esq., editor of the Troy News, a Democratic paper, published in Troy, N. Y., who was driven away by mob violence from that city and forced to take refuge under the protection of the English flag. Mr. Loveridge is a New Yorker, who had, however, resided in Texas, where he married, and had thus possessed an opportunity of viewing the civilization of the two sections with an impartial eye. Upon his return to Troy, Mr. Loveridge urged through his journal, the News, "No coercion — no civil war — the recognition of the Confederate States inevitable — no Protective Tariff — the Monroe doctrine must be carried out by both Confederacies — the States are sovereign — their rights must be guaranteed." The news of the bombardment of Sumter set the multitude of Troy, like that of other Republican holes, mad with rage, and as the only retaliation in their power they commenced a bombardment of new