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In May, 1860, at the Anniversary of the American Tract Society, Dr. Richard Fuller, now of secession notoriety, uttered the following patriotic words:--“If you Northerners dissolve this glorious Union, I'll get a large United States flag and hoist it over my house in Baltimore, and live and die under its folds.” One short year must have wrought a remarkable change in the Doctor's views.--N. Y. Examiner, May 30.

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