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ors! As a general rule we suspect that a man who writes confirmed slip-slop, and is never easy unless he is gyrating absurdly through all the gymnastics of rhetoric is hardly a safe person to call to the rescue of an empire. It may be prudently assumed that a Senator of the United States is in no need of Mr. George Francis Train's instruction, and is quite above his reprehension-and for that matter, of his comprehension also. Mr. Train's only retort must be: Well, neither does the Honorable Senator comprehend me! --and for Mr. Train, the reply would be uncommonly just and sensible. Mr. Train charges the gentleman to whom he addresses this lurid letter with a damnable conspiracy against three races of men --against the Irish, by placing an inferior race alongside of them in the corn-field, and against the Negroes who will all be murdered by their masters, according to Mr. G. F. T., unless the Abolitionists cease their provocations. But one of Mr. Train's vaticinations fortunat