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North had followed the counsels of such men as Franklin Pierce, of New Hampshire, Ex-Gov. Seymour, of Connecticut, (another true and noble gentleman, who, at the head of a respectable and increasing party, is still standing by the Right,) and Vallandigham, and others, of Ohio, she would still be peaceful, prosperous and powerful. But they and their counsels were treated with contempt, and the red flag of the New York Tribune symbolized the spirit, principles and policy of the Northern majorityoften right, and that when the South preferred the Northern Pierce to the Southern Scott, she acted wisely and bestowed her confidence and her condemnation where both were richly deserved. What a contrast to the course of Pierce, Seymour, Vallandigham, and others, is that of Cushing, Dickinson, Everett, Fillmore, and their associates; what a contrast the public journals of Concord, Bangor, and the New York News and New York Day Book, to those journals which have been scared into the support
[from the Baltimore Exchange, August, 9.] The announcement that a persuade would be given to Messrs. Breckinridge and Vallandigham last evening attracted to the Eutaw House an immense assemblage of persons long before the hour appointed for the serenade. The windows and balcony of the Eutaw were packed with ladies, whilst every available space in the street surrounding the hotel was crowded to excess. Mr. Breckinridge was absent in the early part of the evening, but returned to the hotel. A just God, who rules all nations has our cause in his hands, and before him all despots must sink, cowed and appalled. We have had a day of freedom and liberty, and may God speed the return of it. Mr. Breckinridge here closed, when Mr. Vallandigham was called for, but declined to speak, on account of the disturbance. The crowd lingered around the hotel for some time after, and slowly returned to their homes at a late hour. The action of the vice-police throughout was most disgrac