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Position of New York.

A New York letter, dated April 26 says: ‘ --Sympathizers of the South are to be found here and there, but they are too few to cause any just alarm, although they have most wo-fully deceived their Southern friends by representing the North as being opposed to the Federal Government as at present administered, and favoring secession. Every open enemy favoring the Southern Confederacy is watched by the proper authorities. If a foreign foe had invaded the country, there could not be expected more unanimity than seems now apparent. In Union there is strength, and the Government must and will be sustained against all opposing forces. ’

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