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Speech of John G. Davis. to the Indiana State (Democratic) Convention, at Indianapolis, January 8th, 1862. In our edition of Wednesday last, we published an interesting account of the proceedings of the Indiana State Convention, held at Indianapolis on the 8th instant. Hon. John G. Davis, in the absence of the Committee on Resolutions, was called upon to address the Conventionight be one, and we could not spare to valuable a spoke from the wheel, of Democracy. He (Mr. Davis) had been abused by the press — his life threatened by the black abolition party. He defied tameron, who ought to have been hung when he was a little boy. They might talk about hanging him (Davis) for expressing these sentiments, but let them first go and hang the editors of their own papersates are not loyal to-day was owing solely to the action of the Black Republican party. He (Davis) had been charged with being a member of a secret society — of the M. P. S. --by lying Republica