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he Union men of the South, he depicted in glowing and chaste colors the wickedness of the Democracy. Governor Randall declared, emphatically, that God never invested one man with power to enslave another man, be his color what it may. The Great Supreme gave man power over the beasts of the field, the birds of the air, over sea and land, but never over his fellow-man. He then arraigned the Democracy. He himself had been trained with the Democracy when there was a Jackson and Jefferson in that party. He would not attempt a defence of the Administration; it needed no defence; but he would arraign the Democracy. This he did by charging upon them the criminality of opposing the Administration in its efforts to suppress the rebellion; the criminality of aiding the rebels by every means in their power. Their inconsistencies were also brought to view in the riots and outrages of New York but a few months since, when the orphan asylum was burned and inoffensive citizens