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Presidential election of 1864, in which it says it will be the most important since Washington's first election. The canvass will be one of intense excitement and bitterness, with great danger of leading to bloodshed and revolution in the North. The politicians are increasing rather than allaying the animosity between factions and parties. The radicals are endeavoring with all their power to force their rabid and revolutionary views upon all connected with the Government. They caused Vallandigham's arrest. A State Convention is to be held at Utica on the 27th, when there will be a grand explosion of tongue patriotism — an opening day of the Presidential campaign for 1864 for the nigger heads. The Copperheads are fully as revolutionary as the other side. Already affairs have reached an alarming attitude, before the campaign is really opened to the public, or its course fully determined. Fortunately, other elements are at work which may prevent the Chases or Vallandighams fro
ssippi river is clear. At Charleston, Monitors will attempt the reduction of the outer forts along the beach before again attacking Fort Sumter. Exit Vallandigham. The President has changed Vallandigham's sentence to "transportation through our lines. " On the 22d he was sent to Rosecrans to be sent to Bragg. ThVallandigham's sentence to "transportation through our lines. " On the 22d he was sent to Rosecrans to be sent to Bragg. The Chronicle says he may be sent back to us, like the man turned out of church, but the world refused to receive him. The New York Herald, of the 22d, says that the modification of the arrest and trial of Vallandigham (a grievous crime) in this form is a still greater crime. The Government has only aggravated its fault. If iVallandigham (a grievous crime) in this form is a still greater crime. The Government has only aggravated its fault. If it had a right to commute a punishment, it had a right to inflict it, which is the point in dispute. The tyrannical privileges assumed by Burnside, reaffirmed by a variation of the sentence, which violates just as glaringly the Constitutional rights of the citizen. This is an aggravation instead of a palliation of the blunder alr
Unfair. --The New York Herald complains that while Vallandigham has been tried and sentenced for making a speech against the Administration, Wendell Phillips, who had made a worse speech against the Government, insulting to Lincoln and his Cabinet, was still at large, and none dispatched to arrest him. This is indeed unfair, but the humorous tyrant will attend to them all in good time. He nicks them in order. If he carries the day with Vallandigham he may try Seymour and Hunt next, and sbeen tried and sentenced for making a speech against the Administration, Wendell Phillips, who had made a worse speech against the Government, insulting to Lincoln and his Cabinet, was still at large, and none dispatched to arrest him. This is indeed unfair, but the humorous tyrant will attend to them all in good time. He nicks them in order. If he carries the day with Vallandigham he may try Seymour and Hunt next, and so on down to Phillips, unless he chooses to spare him for his amusement.