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emy? A Voice--"Because he is a Democrat." [Applause.] Mr. Van Buren said that was so, he believed.--And he also believed it was forof our army. Voices--"Fremont," and cries of "never." Mr. Van Buren said he had heard that General Burnside was a Democrat. Then, . [Sensation.] In replying to the attacks of the Tribune, Mr. Van Buren said he was as profoundly ignorant of military matters as any B He could not call in question these reliable authorities. Mr. Van Buren further answered the Tribune, and said the wonder to him was, t Wood. [Roars of laughter, in which the Ex-Mayor joined.] Mr. Van Buren read portions of the President's Emancipation Proclamation, calection. For himself, he concurred in that desire. [Applause.] Mr. Van Buren reviewed the position of Mr. Lincoln, assuming that Mr. Lincolnan President of the whole Union. [Great applause.] After Mr. Van Buren had concluded, Hon. Fernando Wood delivered a short address, in