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ation of the Union. We have no means of learning what were Bishop Hughes's sentiments during the last few months of his life; but, judging from the course pursued by a paper published under his patronage a change must have taken place. The Freeman's Journal, the official organ of the arch diocese, has taken the lead in a fierce opposition to Lincoln's Government. While many newspapers have succumbed to Lincoln's despotism, it has refused to bow before. "Baal," and is distinguished by its arena. But he was the idol of his own flock, who looked up to him with unbounded reverence and affection. His influence was great, and "his name was a tower of strength to his people. " This may account for the latitude hitherto given to the "Freeman's Journal." Despotic as Lincoln and Seward are, they shrunk from a contest with "John, Archbishop, of New York" He was a power in the State and wielded an influence which, we think, will not descend with his office to his successor. His pri