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at the North. We look for its decision with the most solemn solicitude. (Signed,) Horatio Seymour. Letters were also read from District Attorney A. O. Hall, Richard O'Gorman, Amasa J. Parker, Henry C. Murphy, Washington Hunt, Nelson J. Waterbury, and C. J. Ingersoll — all sympathizing warmly with the objects of the meeting, and most of them indulging in the strongest terms of denunciation of the arrest of Vallandigham. The most distinguished New Yorker among them is Mr. Washingtorected on the ruins of public liberty! So far as New York is concerned, let it be proclaimed from the housetops that no man Within Her Borders 'shall be Deprived of Life, liberty, or Property, without Due Process of law.' "With great regard, yours, truly, "Washington Hunt." Mr. Waterbury declared in his letter: "It is sufficient to say that these (V.'s arrest, trial, &c.,) and all similar acts must be boldly denounced and resolutely resisted, or we are no longer a free people."