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We cannot live together. Archbishop Hughes, in a speech which he made to the Irish Bishops, declared that the unity of the States was the vital object of the present struggle.--unity under the present Government, or, if that could not be accomplished, unity under the Southern Government was preferable to dissolution.--This, we believe, was substantially his declaration, though we have not now his speech before us, and the same idea has been expressed by several other northern men. There are those who put no faith in those stowalz, but we are inclined to think that they are sincere and that rather than give up the benefits of the Union, the North would be willing to be whipped, and unite again upon such a Constitution as the South would procure. The London Herald seems to labor under apprehensions of the possibility of such a result and justly concludes that if the South was not safe under the old Constitution, it never could be under any framed by human hands. The South n