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mainder. M'Clellan meeting at Rochester. A great meeting had been held at Rochester, New York, of the supporters of McClellan. Speeches were made by Washington Hunt, Francis Kernan, and others. Mr. Hunt is well known as an Old Line Whig — very orderly and conservative — as having opposed Know-Nothingism and being a consiMr. Hunt is well known as an Old Line Whig — very orderly and conservative — as having opposed Know-Nothingism and being a considerable stickler for that obsolete thing known as the "Constitution of the United States." Mr. Hunt charged that Lincoln had violated his own pledges, in which he promised not to interfere with the rights of the States, by issuing his emancipation proclamation, which took away from the States the most precious attribute of their sMr. Hunt charged that Lincoln had violated his own pledges, in which he promised not to interfere with the rights of the States, by issuing his emancipation proclamation, which took away from the States the most precious attribute of their sovereignty — the right to control their own concerns. The speaker, appearing to regard the people about him as of the sort he knew in other days, talked much of Lincoln's usurpations and violated State sovereignties. We apprehend his is like the voice of one crying in the wilderness. We quote the following from his speech: