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rank the army, and himself by his conduct — makes a speech in favor of Wadsworth, declares that Seymour should be hung, and follows this up upon another occasion by denouncing a Democratic orator as the people and the Government and as an enemy of the rebellion, therefore, we have requested Mr. Seymour, who is too good a man for the political company he keeps, to withdraw from the canvass and aefully by default in favor of Wadsworth.--This request being disregarded, we now appeal to both Seymour and Wadsworth, as loyal men, to withdraw from the canvass, and nominate and support some such m our Governor, no party or person will have any just cause for complaint. We ask Wadsworth and Seymour to do a sublime, a magnanimous, an unprecedented act; but this is an unprecedented crisis, and ambition to the interests of their country. Has the country no such claims upon Wadsworth and Seymour? Will they peril that country for the sake of an office or a party? We appeal to their patrio