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ive? Shall the community in which our nationality had its birth, and where the Federal Constitution was framed and adopted, utter no rallying cry at a time when the armed ranks of treason are threatening to destroy the nation and its liberties? Certainly not. The "City of Independence" must proclaim her fidelity and devotion to the Government in a voice that may be heard all over the land, and her citizens must do all that they individually and collectively can do to raise and again at once Penn- sylvania's quota of the three hundred thousand troops called for by the President. Will not those of our citizens who usually initiate such movements take forth worth the preliminary steps for a town meeting to declare the resolution of Philadelphia to support the war until the authority of the Constitution and the laws shall be everywhere vindicated and enforced? The cotton market in England. The London correspondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer, in a letter in which he labor