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ket post of about one hundred men of Kershaw's division, which has been mentioned.] The Peace Democrats of New York city held a meeting at the Saint Nicholas Hotel on Saturday to take action upon General McClellan's letter, and to consult upon the best means of organizing a peace party, and of selecting a peace candidate for the Presidency. The meeting was called to order by Mr. Mullaby, editor of the Metropolitan Record, who was then chosen President. The Day Book, the News (through Ben Wood), the Freeman's Journal, were all represented. Bitter feelings against McClellan were openly manifested, and he was denounced for having broken his pledge to the Democratic party. Messrs. Shell, Singleton and Chauncey Burr were among the prominent speakers. S. T. Lent, of New York, presented the following resolution as the sense of all those present: Resolved, That the call be addressed to the Jeffersonian Democrats to meet at Cincinnati, Ohio, in the course of the present month, for