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be linked with perpetual infamy. An Arnold was the solitary traitor of the old revolution. An Arnold is the first person in office of this who has basely gone over to the enemy. We publish this man's address to-day. We believe that the people of Georgia are as brave and as high-spirited as any people whatever. No troops have fought better in this war than her's, and none have shown higher and greater qualities. The names of her officers are household words in Virginia. Hardee and Gordon, and a hundred others — where are there prouder names? The heart of the people is right, and they will spurn, we are persuaded, the recommendation of the Mayor of Savannah. As for the meeting, it has been said to have consisted of seventeen men — Englishmen, Yankees, owners of cotton, and speculators generally. If it consisted of ten times as many, it would be no argument to prove a disloyal disposition in Georgia. It was the very thing that it was to be presumed the enemy would do. Hav