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he 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-citizens, I dare say I shall be asked by Republicans, after these complain s against the Administration of the Government, "What are we to do? " If this country was not in the midst of a civil war, I would have no hesitancy in saying, as Patrick Henry said, in the Revolution. "Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God." (Enthusiastic and long continued cheering.) Capt. Rynders-- "Three cheers for that, if it is the last cheers that freemen have to give." The cheers were given.) What are we to do? (An auditor--"Where are the tyrants?" "Put him out.") All I propose to do is to appeal to the ballot-box That has hitherto been a sufficient court of appeal for all the pe