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expelled who furnished aid to the open rebel to make the rebellion successful? He contended that the Senator could not plead ignorance that he went with the intention to sell improvements in fire-arms, nor of the fact that the rebels intended to make war. He read a long list of acts of war committed by traitors; also the charge of Judge Smalley, of New York, characterizing the acts of the rebels as treason by levying war. So much for the war and the state of the country. I need not quote Blackstone on the President's Message. Here is the decision of the Court upon the facts solemnly considered and made upon the very case itself. The rebellion has now burst into arms, and when the rebel chief left the Senate his last words were to utter his determination to fight, if peaceful rebellion could not be accomplished. In that speech of the Senator from Mississippi (Mr. Davis) the arch rebel declared that if they could not have a peaceful rebellion, they would trust themselves to the God