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ur rulers or our defenders, or for the sick and wounded and dying of our army and navy and volunteers — we shall gladly receive them and fervently use them. Resolved, That a certified copy of the foregoing report and resolutions be transmitted to the House of Bishops, in evidence of the views and feelings of this body in reference to the afflicting condition of our Church and of our country. New York October 9th, 1862. Wm Cooper Mead, S. C. Thrall. Ed. Y. Higbee, Robert C. Winthrop, W. D. Wilson, Washington Hunt, Silas Totten, John N. Conyngham, Charles B. Goddard. Vallandigham on the Stump. This gentleman is busily engaged in canvassing his old district, preparatory to the election shortly to be held. The Middletown (Ohio) Journal says that in a speech at Post Town he declared the President was a disunionist — said the "sun, moon, and stars would turn to gore before the North can conquer the South," and spoke of the army of the Union as carr