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al, why didn't he die!) and is even how talking of republishing his paper--(What impudence!) We will hope that the statements of the Democrat are coarsely exaggerated, though they cannot be altogether inventions, and though the recent outrages upon the newspapers led us to fear the worst. We learn that our military authorities have again commenced to summon before them the publishers of newspapers for inserting unpleasant criticisms, and Mr. Grissom, of the Union, (an out and out Lincoln paper,) had to undergo an examination before Gen. Rosecrans. We will hope that the publication of the above facts, based on the authority of the Missouri Democrat, will not be regarded a violation of the existing military "order." We do not find these proceedings to be very jolly, but rather see that if there is but one- tenth of foundation for them, discipline has been totally dissolved, and a military mob rules with a rule of terror. Hence we call on our military authorities to int
ntial question at the North.the opposition to Lincoln. In view of the fact that the Fremont winradical faction will submit in Baltimore to Mr. Lincoln's nomination, and will merely endeavor to o radical Vice President, and the promise that Lincoln will change his present Cabinet for a more raw Zeil, a supporter of Fremont, says: Mr. Lincoln has already let us know through a confidentnt with the dictum of the majority, and hoist Lincoln's name with quite as much joy as that of Mr. man in the some columns in which it defends Abe Lincoln, or some other conservative? It is ourican, on the other side, comes openly out for Lincoln, and promises him its support and re-election on the part of the Republican. It has judged Lincoln and the Baltimore Convention correctly; it knindependent. Hence the Republican supports Mr. Lincoln and his Baltimore Convention. The New Yls" This is a new blast. Pray, where would Mr. Lincoln have been without the support of the Radica[1 more...]