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What will they do? Vallandigham has been by the most summary military process torn from his house at the dead of night, and, upon the testimony of military spies, who, disguised as citizens, went to a public meeting to hear and accuse him, convicted and sentenced under Burnside's death order. Civil process was treated with contempt, and all the constitutional protection thrown around the citizen nullified by the military commander of the district. What will the party who have organized on has commuted the already commuted sentence from one of confinement to hard labor on the Dry Tortugas, Florida, to banishment; but the penalty thus modified is no less an infringement of individual right and constitutional privilege than if Mr. Vallandigham had been hung on the gibbet or brought to the block. If the Anti-Lincoln, Anti-Abolition party are contending for principle and not for party — if for the Constitution and law, and not for the loaves and fishes, the contracts and fat jobs o
Mr. Vallandigham. We agree with several of our contemporaries that if Lincoln has decided in reality to commute the sentence of Mr. Vallandigham to banishment to the Southern Confederacy, that he should not be permitted to remain here. The vulgar tyrant of Washington should not be allowed to take such a liberty — to establish a penal colony within our boundary. If, as the Enquirer suggests, Lincoln simply banishes him from Yankeedom and he selects the Southern Confederacy as a place of rMr. Vallandigham to banishment to the Southern Confederacy, that he should not be permitted to remain here. The vulgar tyrant of Washington should not be allowed to take such a liberty — to establish a penal colony within our boundary. If, as the Enquirer suggests, Lincoln simply banishes him from Yankeedom and he selects the Southern Confederacy as a place of refuge, the rights of hospitality of course cannot be denied him, and he would be receive with the consideration due to a very distinguished and consistent statesman, who has marked boldness and firmness in criticizing and reproving the usurpations and outrages of the Lincoln Governmen
Gen. Stoughton has been restored to his rank. Cincinnati, May 15.--Judge Leavitt renders the decision in the Vallandigham habeas corpus case to-morrow. It is understood that Gen. Burnside will announce the disposition to be made of Vallandigham as soon as the Judge's decision is made known. The Herald says two or three wretched papers at Washington, feeding on Government crib, maintain that Burnside has done better in the capture of Vallandigham in the town of Dayton, Ohio, thanVallandigham in the town of Dayton, Ohio, than if he had succeeded in capturing Fredericksburg and Gen. Lee. The Star and Chronicle seem to be ignorant that he has knocked his head against a thicker wall and precipitated himself into a more dangerous collision. Everywhere public opinion, without distinction of party, is pronouncing against Burnside's course. The united press of the Empire City, with the exception of the Times, are of more value than the tune played to order by the two miserable organ grinders at Washington. The Hera
were departing. The scene was touching from the sobbing and weeping at the separation of fathers, mothers, and daughters. Men with families were allowed to take one thousand dollars; those without families, two hundred dollars; the balance of their property to be taken by the Government. Memphis dates of the 15th state that Adjutant General Thomas had formed ten full regiments of "contrabands," and expects many more. Burnside's letter to the Circuit Court of Ohio, relative to Vallandigham, says: "If I were to find a man from the enemy distributing the speeches of their public men, tending to destroy the confidence of the army, I would have him tried and hung. Why should the speeches of those, in our midst be allowed?--He should be treated likewise. Every power I possess on earth from the Giver above will be exerted, at all times, occasions, or places, while I am in command, to sustain the character of the Government." A dispatch, dated Washington, 16th inst., says t