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departure from which is the cause of our present misfortunes. First round — Bennett upon Cheever. The day was observed by the whole people as fast day or festival was never observed before to all the deadly sins combined. But, to give one of the most active agents of Satan his due, Cheever refutes all their theories, while he fails to establish his own. He says: "Our teachers g characterizes us, except it be oppression." Beecher, it seems, was afraid to preach, but Cheever, who has just come over from England with his trunk full of British sovereigns, amply makes up all know to be the cause of our present distress. Second round — Sloane in the ring. Cheever being used up, the Rev. Mr. Sloane takes his place, whereupon Bennett mauls away in the followintific style: Among the most violent of the abolition clergy who took the same ground with Cheever was Rev. Mr. Sloane, who attacked the Chief Magistrate for his patriotic letter to General Frem