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ance, or does not oppose it by all lawful and constitutional methods, ought to blush to call himself a Democrat. "In favor of the war, are we?" says the Rome Sentinel to a "war for the Union" neighbor.--"Then howls it that we nominated Thomas H. Seymour in Connecticut--that we elected James W. Wall to the United States Senate from New Jersey--that in every State where we have had the Legislature, resolutions in favor of peace have been passed? How is it that our party in Congress vote solon" of which we are in favor? "We support the war in our Conventions, do we? Great war meeting, those are. To them flocks every man who believes with Douglas that 'war is disurlon.' In them every word against the war is cheered. Look at Gov. Seymour's message--nineteen- twentiet of it for the Constitution — hardly a bare reference to the war, and that only to recognize it as a fact, and to proclaim that war alone cannot restore the Union. If the Democratic party is in favor of the war an