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to do. The People's State Convention met in Boston on the 7th instant. Among the addresses was one delivered by Hon. Joel Parker, from which we make the annexed extract. The remarks of Mr. Saltonstall in regard to the proposition to remove General McClellan, are also given. Mr. Parker, speaking of the Gubernatorial caucus, says: And here, at the outset, I desire to express my emphatic and unqualified condemnation of that and all similar meetings, whatever may be their ostensible or of the loyal Governors on the top of the Alleghenies, to be held on the 24th of September. The object of this meeting, Judge Parker argued, was not for the purpose of making any such suggestions to the Executive as are bed in their address, which couts of derision that they inferred from Mr. Saltonstall's statement that Gov. Andrew was the person referred to.] Judge Parker continued his remarks. Resistance to the enrollment in Luzerne county, Pa. The Carbondale Advance says: