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esident of the meeting, attended by Mr. J. P. Benjamin, Secretary of State; Mr. Joseph Mayo, Mayor o pray--" Esto perpetua." Speech of Hon. J. P. Benjamin. Hon. J. P. Benjamin, Secretary of Benjamin, Secretary of State of the Confederate States, was announced as the next speaker. He was greeted with rousing chet or hope.] Six weeks afterwards (continued Mr. Benjamin) there came a man from Washington who was ko the two countries." I believed (said Mr. Benjamin) that Blair was Lincoln's messenger. Had hd our reach. Would that she were not. Mr. Benjamin then spoke of Louisiana and her shattered b forward that she will not follow you. Mr. Benjamin asked, what do our enemies propose to do? s place with other citizens. Now, said Mr. Benjamin, if there be a bell upon earth, it would beight spoil his furniture. [Applause.] Mr. Benjamin read an extract from the New York Post. pub, and we shall be free. In conclusion, Mr. Benjamin drew a beautiful picture of peace and its c[3 more...]