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ose refusing to vote are to be subject pains and penalties" to which disloyal and people are liable. Among the candidates mentioned for this seat of infamy, I may mention those of L. C. P. Cowper and John O' Lawrence. The first of this brace of worthies is a lawyer of city, who rendered himself infamously by voting for Lincoln; and then, to escape the indignation of the people, (which, by the way, threatened something more than words) published a card, declaring his love for his native South and his determination to dedicate to her service two nephews, then under his charge. He is now a boasting, brazen faced traitor, and has received a portion of the reward of his treason in the appointment of one of these very nephews to a place in the Federal navy. Thus has he brought down a promising young man to his own base level. The other — John O'Lawrence — was the former Mayor of this city, as conceited a little specimen of mortality, and as rank an offshoot of toryism, as yo