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mock trial and illegal sentence of which Mr. Vallandingham has been the victim, and to set the latter at liberty. In Troy, Rennselear county, on Saturday night, there was an immense gathering of citizens of that city and the adjoining villages. The Whig states the number in attendance at eight thousand. Ex-Mayor Alfred Workyps presided. One hundred vice-presidents and some fifty secretaries were appointed. The speakers were Ira Shafer, Esq., of this city; Hon. D. L. Seymour and Justice Cornelius, of Troy. We have the speech of Mr. Shafer before us. It is a bold and manly expression of indignation at the attempts that are being made to despoil the citizens of their constitutional rights, and at the same time an able and convincing review of the legal questions involved. The meeting re-adopted the series of resolutions adopted in New York city, with the following added thereto: Resolved, That we fully and heartily endorse the language of our noble and truly patriotic