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lawism" of the Abolitionists. He is no longer a Democrat but an Abolitionist. Letter from Bishop Gen, Polk. The following is an extract from the letter written by Bishop General Polk to Hon. Garrett Davis whith was introduced in the Episcopal Convention, recently in session at Brooklyn, N. Y., by Dr. Vinton, on Monday, as one of the evidences proving that the Southern churchmen were "earnest, conscientious, resolute," in the course which has been pursued: Columbus, Ky. Jan. 28th, 1862. Hon. Garrett Davis, Washington city: Sir: I have just received your speech on the subject of Mr. Bright's letter. I blush for my manhood when I come to reflect that the tongue and lips, and heart, and mind that uttered the sentiments in that speech were raised and nourished in a land of God's word, of Christ's teachings, and free Government. How strange you should see and speak no truthfully one moment and the next so falsely! Oh, vanity, vanity — self, self — me and mine! Wha