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eably if we can, forcibly if we must," let me not be misunderstood. The redress can be found only in appeals to the magnanimity of the people of the whole State. The events of the past two months have no doubt effected a change in the popular sentiment of the State on National politics. This change may bring us the desired relief, and we may be able to obtain a repeal of the laws to which I have referred, and a consequent restoration of our corporate rights. Fernando Wood, Mayor. January 6, 1861. The speech of Senator Benjamin. A Washington letter to the Philadelphia Bulletin, describing the manner of Senator Benjamin, in delivering his great speech, last week, says: He summed up his argument very calmly, read from a written paper, in a measured, legal tone, the causes of differences, and then concluded. This conclusion fell like a telling shot. He spoke coolly of the approaching dissolution of the Union, and the contest that might ensue. He enumerated the horr