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Lectures at the North. Rev. Henry Ward Beecher has delivered a lecture in Boston, in which he denounces the South with his characteristic violence, and says: Let the South secede; I don't care.--The man Beecher has a vast amount of practical pBeecher has a vast amount of practical philosophy. As long as he has his pockets stuffed with the proceeds of the pulpit and lecture hall, amounting to some ten thousand dollars, the country, reverently speaking, may go to the devil. "Old John Brown " said some true things, in his last hours, of Beecher. --The marginal comments by John Brown on one of the Rev. H. W. Beecher's anti-slavery sermons, published about the time of Brown's hanging, in the New York Herald, ought by all means to be revived. "Why don't he come South and preaBeecher's anti-slavery sermons, published about the time of Brown's hanging, in the New York Herald, ought by all means to be revived. "Why don't he come South and preach?" quoth old John. In New York, the lecture season has been inaugurated by a lecture in the Cooper Institute, by Charles Sumner. The New York Express says: "We had occasion, a few days since, to say a word or two, by way of against the