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unty. Adopted. The Board then adjourned. The opposition to Lincoln — a Revolution Threatened. Two of Fremont's men are raising a dust around Lincoln's head in Yankeedom. The Herald says: Senator Wade, of Ohio, and Representative Henry Winter Davis, of Maryland, chairmen of the Senate and House Committees on the Rebellious States, have prepared and presented, in their official capacity, and representing, we presume, their respective committees, an indictment against Abraham Li principles of republican government. Nothing that Vallandigham or the most venomous of the Copperhead tribe of politicians have uttered in derogation of Mr. Lincoln has approached in bitterness and force the denunciations which Messrs. Wade and Davis, shining lights of the Republican party, have piled up in this manifesto. The ostensible motive for the address which these gentlemen have seen fit to issue "to the supporters of the Government"is to show that the design which the President