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the way in which the "Union" men of the present day propose to protect the rights of citizens and to "enforce the laws." Dr. Bond, a practising physician residing in Williamstown, opposite Marietta, visited the latter place on business. While in theessionists, and expressed a determination to hang any one of them who might be found in Marietta. One of them then said Dr. Bond was a Secessionist, and they would string him up. Soon the room was filled with men who asserted their determination to put the threats which had been made into immediate execution. Here Mr. Brenan interposed, and said he knew Mr. Bond to be a Union man, and opposed to secession, (which he is,) and proposed to them to interrogate him, which was done.-- He replied thas head, under the penalty of being shot dead if he lowered it. We have been informed that the mob was raised by a citizen of Williams town, who followed Dr. Bond over the river, and told a malicious falsehood for the purpose of having him lynched.