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Torches, Calcium Lights, Rockets and Roman Candles to Brighten the Path of the Union for the Democratic Masses — Speeches of Horace F. Clark, Horatio Seymour, John Van Buren, and Richard O'Gorman." The meeting opened with the following incident: Capt. Rynders read a note from Mr. Peter Cooper, requesting that the audienin which he announced that, if the Supreme Court approved Lincoln's proclamations, the people would submit to them; if it did not, they would not submit. John Van Buren (the Prince) addressed the meeting, and read the following letter, addressed to Governor Morgan, of New York, as defining his position: Caldwell, (Lakwn troops if I retire without orders; but no power can ever induce me to serve voluntarily in such a contingency. With great regard and respect, yours truly. J. Van Buren. On the 3d of March President Lincoln, about to be sworn into office, found himself in the city of Washington, having reached it in disguise--(Laught