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The danger of rebellion in the North! [From the New York Times, Oct. 6.] The symptoms of a mutinous and seditious spirit against the Government are daily and hourly developing themselves at the North, in the radical wing of the Republican party and among the Abolitionists of the true-blue stripe. Both factions, having been separated by only the breadth of a hair, or the difference between tweedle-dum and tweedle-dee, are now cordially united in opposition to the President, whose manly letter to Fremont is the occasion for the opening of a general fire upon him, from the big sixty-four pounders down to the pop-guns. Even the telegraph at St. Louis is used to spread mutiny through the North. Under these circumstances it is the duty of the conservative elements to come forward and sustain Mr. Lincoln and denounce the Abolition traitors, who are the prime cause of the present misfortunes of the country, and are doing their worst to render permanent the mischief they have wrought.