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s. What else ? [A voice-- "Texas."] Texas. She is beyond our reach. Would that she were not. Mr. Benjamin then spoke of Louisiana and her shattered brigades; of Starke and Stafford, who have laid down their lives in our service; of Nichols, who, wounded and disabled, resigned his commission, which the President refused to receive, and placed him in what some call a "bomb-proof"--in the conscription bureau of Louisiana; of Harry Hayes, who was repeatedly wounded in the service; and of Yorke, who is in North Carolina, endeavoring to raise recruits among the Irish Catholics.--Louisiana has done much, but you cannot make a step forward that she will not follow you. Mr. Benjamin asked, what do our enemies propose to do? and read from the New York Tribune of the 6th instant a review of Butler's speech, which argued that it was the duty of the Government to render justice to the negro — to educate him — to give him a fair share of the lands his fathers wrought upon — to leave h<