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Record, Archbishop Hughes' New York organ, publishes a correspondence between that famous ecclesiastical dignitary and Bishop Lynch, of Charleston, on the subject of the secession of the Southern States and the war. The correspondence is too long ford than logic. But it is, nevertheless, interesting to know on what side these religious dignitaries are arrayed. Bishop Lynch addresses a long letter to the Archbishop, and the latter replies in one of course equally long; for the Archbishop does not generally allow an adversary to exceed him in length of an argument, and, indeed, not often in ability. Bishop Lynch takes the Southern side. He reasons it very ably, presenting in strong light the injuries inflicted on the South, her concesittle which of the combatants destroys the other." Archbishop Hughes, in his reply, does not undertake to answer Bishop Lynch's reasoning upon the causes which have led to the war. He declares that he was a friend of peace until the war began,