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f the habeas corpus, after creating an army of a million of men to ride, rough shed, over thirty millions of hitherto free white men. ("Never, never.")--Our own Judge Hall, in the western part of the State, but the other day liberated a person, a reverend gentleman — who may, or may not, have been guilty of something, I know not was corpus, and in doing so, declared that, as Congress had given the President no such power, he had no such power. (Applause) Notwithstanding this decision of Judge Hall, this person was taken, the moment he was liberated (a white man kidnapped) to the Central Railroad depot, put in a freight car, isolated from the people, and shour of the day from the midst of my fellow citizens and incarcerate me. ("Never," and protracted cheers.) [A man in the audience proposed three cheers for Judge Hall, which were enthusiastically given.] What is to be done — a last Cheer from Capt Rynders--Procession to the bastille with the liberty cap. Now, fellow-