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a, Illinois or Michigan for the next sixty days;) the speech of Governor Morton, of Indiana, and the proclamation of Governor Brough, of Ohio. Governor Morton made an address in Indianapolis, August 22d, in which he discussed at length the recent dget the Federal Government into the hands of men who will at once concede them the victory. The proclamation of Governor Brough, of Ohio — warning against resisting the draft. The last draft of Lincoln for five hundred thousand men has created the deepest discontent in Ohio. So manifest is this, that Governor Brough, of that State, has felt it his duty to issue a proclamation, dated "Executive Department of Ohio, Columbus, August 23d," in which he warns the people against resisting thrence of civil war in the State; but if it must come, the consequence must be upon those who precipitate it upon us. John Brough. Lincoln and peace. Lincoln walks very calmly on to destruction. His draft for more men commences on Monday n