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Constitution of his country, which was revered as the palladium of civil liberty and the ark of its political safety.--Under the righteous condemnation of all statesmen of intelligence and patriotism, President Lincoln, now tremblingly, beholds written "upon the plaster of the wall," mene, mene, tekel upharsin. The Governor adverts to the impolicy of the action of the Florida Convention in adopting the ordinance disbanding the State forces, the effect of which was the abandonment of Apalachicola and other important positions, the Governor having vainly applied for assistance to the Governors of Georgia and Alabama, and to the Confederate Government. The Conscript Law then comes under review.--The Governor forbears the expression of any opinion in its constitutionality, deeming I a judicial question. He thus patriotically expresses himself on this topic: "God forbid that you or I should do, directly or indirectly, aught to impede the victory of our arms. Let us do all