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ne of the able letters which have lately appeared from his pop, refers to the declaration of Bishop Hughes in a speech in Ireland that the United States (including the Secession States) must be one; eed, who has the good sense to denounce and condemn it, declares is indulged by many besides Bishop Hughes. The Confederate States are not trying to conquer the Government of the United States, and when Bishop Hughes represents them in that light he does them grievous injustice. We are simply laboring to establish our own independence, and only ask the United States to let us alone. That is still, as it has been from the beginning, the whole of our demand. Bishop Hughes does not comprehend the spirit and purport of this movement. It is to be let alone; to untwine ourselves from an oceros would be disturbed by such a proposition. We should like to know by what process Bishop Hughes, and those who think with him, expect to bring about unity of all the States under the Confe