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ets put in peril. The Protestant Churchman, edited by that universal philanthropist and inexhaustible fountain of hatred, malice and all uncharitableness, Rev. Dr. Tyng, discourses as follows: "No doubt, in so great and so universal an upheaving as has marked the Northern people during the last two weeks, there are caseso pour out copiously their best blood, and also uncounted material treasure, in arrest of national suicide." What a sweet, sanctified, clerical dove this Stephen H. Tyng must be, when the threats of all New York to exterminate the whole Southern people, and the organization of a regiment of ruffians and cut-throats whose acknoof New York look more like a crowd of enraged monkeys that had been despoiled of their chesnuts, than an assemblage of disinterested and dispassionate patriots. Dr. Tyng says they are very enthusiastic for a "great idea," which is very possible, the great idea, however, being the "almighty dollar," the chief god of New York idol