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ived. "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 manifest inclination, on the part of the innti-slavery demagogues and sectional agitators. We are not sure that any of these associations or societies are officially responsible for the appearance of Mr. Chas. Sumner at the Cooper institute, this evening; but, in the present distracted state of the public mind, we would rather not see the Mercantile are Association, and tt be not to make matters worse, but to join their efforts to ours, to restore peace, remove anxiety, restore confidence, and save the Union!" The subject of Sumner's lecture was La Fayette, and in the course of it he managed to thrust his offensive views about slavery upon the audience. Yet it is such men as this that are