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ith them we cannot even negotiate for peace. When their forces are dispersed it will be time to talk of them; not with the leaders, but with the people. James T. Brady arose and tried his hand at the Yankee rite, and it was thought he succeeded as well as the native. He had been much disappointed in the proceedings of the n he was very sensitive, and he felt that Mr. Beecher would feel much aggrieved if he (the speaker) were to announce that Mr. Beecher would address the audience. Mr. Brady spoke at some length, and, as usual, paid his after dinner compliments to the ladies, and was repeatedly laughed at for his remarks relative to the gentle sex. And now one word for poor, old Ireland, said Mr. Brady; one word for myself; one word for the rebellion, or rather against the rebellion. Allusion was then made to England. He thanked his God that he could do justice to his ancestry by standing up for the young giant of the West--the United States. The speech, it will perhaps be