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er the Union-loving men of those States--the men who had suffered, were now suffering, and were willing to continue to suffer for the Union, if suffering was needed — would they give over those men to the rebels? [Cries of "No, it can't be done," and applause.] Put the rebellion down — even if it took five, or ten, or fifteen years to do it — put it down, [Great applause.] The speaker concluded, amid loud cheering, with the well-known poem commencing, "bail on, oh, ship of state!" Mr. James Evans, a fresh Englishmen just over, was introduced, who established himself in their good graces by stating that he had eaten some of the free bread they sent in the ship George Griswold, and had himself been the man to offer resolutions at a meeting of English working men supporting Lincoln's Administration. He could say to the American people — to those fighting to sustain their Government — that the operatives of England were with them, heart and soul. [Great applause.] It was not th