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on the other side." If the Administration will persist in gathering information only from the columns of the war press, it will never be awakened to a sense of the danger it is provoking until it is too late. Of every hundred voters in the city of New York, seventy-five are antagonistic to the harsh and unconstitutional measures adopted by Mr. Lincoln and his advisers, and an equal proportion are absolutely friends of the Peace party. The city is quiet now — calm as a tropical sea when not a of the past, as surely as truth is invincible it will be awakened by the teachings of the future. "to the subscribers of the New York News. "The subscribers to the New York Daily and Weekly News who reside beyond the limits of the city of New York will take notice that their copies, should they have failed to receive them, have been confiscated, by order of the Federal Government. This has been done without form of law, and by mere usurpation of power. This office is impotent, there
Unionists gave pursuit to the murderers, who have fled towards the Tennessee line. A Secessionist receives notice to Quit. Scranton, Pa., Aug. 26 --William Halsey, halling from Ithica, was compelled to leave the town to-day, or accept the alternative of being rode out on a rail. He had endeavored to induce parties to take the New York Day Book. The Bankers and the loan. New York, Aug. 27. --At a meeting yesterday afternoon of the Presidents of the Banks of the city of New York, it was resolved that Mr. Stevens, President of the Bank of Commerce, select a committee of five, to proceed with him to Washington, to enforce upon the President and his Cabinet the resolutions previously passed by the Bank Presidents, that the conditions of the loan recently made by the Bank Presidents are that the war is to be prosecuted with all the vigor and energy of the Government. Miscellaneous. The New York Courier des Etats Unis affirms that no French squadron is to e