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thern news from papers of the 8th: The row in Boston — Sumner's speech — Train's statement of the affair. After the meeting to have been held on Tuesday night was postponed. Sumner's speech as reported in the papers is the same old diatrib go free," should have an effect. The conclusion that he (Sumner) came to was, that by emancipation the war was changed in o Fannill Hall to-day, at twelve o'clock, I went to hear Mr. Sumner and others speak, (being myself a native of Boston and a citizen of Massachusetts.) I listened to Mr. Sumner for two hours. He challenged any one to confute his statements.--Some fention being apparently directed to Mr. Train, he called Mr. Sumner to witness that he was not interrupting the meeting. "I know," said Mr. Sumner, "that it is not you, Mr. Train; you would not do such a thing." Supposing that other speakers wouldostile demonstrations from the enslaved committee around Mr. Sumner, and being somewhat acquainted with the art of self- def