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cs of free speech and a free press which distinguish American civilization, and are sorely exercised over the restriction imposed upon the press of France. We venture to say that a more complete despotism was never exerted over the minds, tongues and pens of men than has prevailed from the beginning of this war in most of the Northern cities.--Some men have been shot down in the streets for expressing opinions in favor of Secession. If a Northern man ventures to say, as thousands of them, Fillmore among the number, said, before the war, "If I were a Southerner, as I am a Northerner, I would never be ruled over by a sectional despotism," it is denounced as high treason. How long will it be before a people who are thus intimidated from giving utterance to their thoughts, will cease to think at all, and become the ready slaves of any aspiring military genius who may seek to grasp a crown? What wonderful progress must liberty and the right of free discussion have made in that secti