--We mentioned under our telegraph head, a few days ago, the fact that Gen. Leslie Combs
had written a coercion letter.
The following is the original, which was read at the ‘"People's Convention,"’ at Syracuse, N. Y.
, on the th inst.
It shows that Leslie Combs
is worse, if possible, than Lincoln
--Yours of the 30th enclosure are received.
These peace meetings with us, and I presume every where, are mere soft words for treason, and we shall not treat them.
I am gratified to find you still at your post, and have not caught the Bull Run
panio, which has done some mischief in Kentucky
I am on guard all the time, and ready for action.
If the rebels dare make a war upon us, we will sweep them clean, and rapidly.
We are wide awake, and defy your malice as much as we scorn their blusing.
The Union, the Constitution
and enforcement of the laws must be kept everywhere, and all mere party plat trampled under foot.