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rs, truly. Horace Greenly. New York. Aug. 21, 1862. Speech of Ex-Gov, Seymour. Ex-Gov. Seymour, who has been nominated by the Democracy of New York as iEx-Gov. Seymour, who has been nominated by the Democracy of New York as its candidate for Governor, made a speech upon his nomination, which is characterized by the New York press as "benalant, eloquent and bold." The Herald thus reports. first tendon Compromise" to a vote of the people in order to avert the war. Mr. Seymour then at length the course of Congress, which refused the petition of the Detside of the authority of law and the constituted authorities. For one, he (Mr. Seymour) spurned such committees, and would resist such illegal, revolutionary organand unwise men, and in its present situation it could not save the country. Mr. Seymour then stated the position of the Democratic party. They had and they would ce President has been far less embarrassed by Democrats than by Republicans. Mr. Seymour concluded by saying that the Democracy were confident in their cause, for th