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Q.--Were your notes taken at the time, or reduced to writing after the speech was delivered? A.--They were taken at the time, just as they fell from the speaker's lips. Q.--Were you not in citizens' clothes; and how came you to be at Mount Vernon that day? The Judge Advocate objected to the question, on the ground of its immateriality; but, as Mr. Vallandigham insisted on it, the objection was withdrawn. A.--I was in citizens' clothes, and went for the purpose of listening to g the people the right to criticise the military policy of the Administration, and if submitted to it would be followed by civil war in Ohio. Testimony of S. S. Cox. Q.--By Mr. Vallandigham.--Were you present at the public meeting in Mount Vernon, on May 1, 1863? A.--I was present, as one of the speakers; I heard the whole of the speech; I stood on the platform, near him, so that I could not fail to hear all that he said; I have not heard him speak since the adjournment of Congres