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s demanded, and the demand, we are told, will "have to be respected." Governor Seymour and Mayor Gunther taking advantage of Lincoln. The following article, request, come pray for us and for our party? We should think not, and yet Governor Seymour, of New York State, and Mayor Gunther, of New York city, have been weak enough to do these things. Governor Seymour, pretending to enforce the President's proclamation appointing a day of humiliation and prayer — a proclamation national inopposition creed, and Mayor Gunther does the same thing, but more offensively, Seymour says, pray against all "sectional hatred." Does he mean the hatred of his parts: "Let us pray that God will give wisdom to our rulers," (particularly to Governor Seymour, say we,) "purity to our legislators (amen to that, whether they meet at Aristian sentiment. Mayor Gunther, being a much smaller potentate than Governor Seymour, imagines himself entitled to be less dignified. His proclamation contain