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ust be destroyed and overthrown while the army moves in front. The very life blood of the rebellion is drawn from African slavery, and whenever we tap this foundation of the rebellion our efforts will be effectual. [Applause.] Mr. Mallory, (Opp) of Ky., entered his solemn protest against the sentiments uttered by his colleague. Kentucky scorns them, and has given evidence of the fact that she does. Mr. Smith asked whether Kentucky did not, after the assurance of the proclamation, gd the laws. He hoped he would have magnanimity enough to spare private property, and let the people of the South come back to their allegiance, living peaceably under their own vine and fig tree. He wanted no heart burnings. Mr. Wadsworth, (Opp.) of Ky., referred to a speech of Mr. Smith, to show that the latter was opposed to the radical measures of the administration, and that if elected to Congress he would vote for a war Democrat for Speaker. Mr. Smith replied that there was no