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The Anti-Abolition Mob in New York. The clearing out of an abolition meeting in Syracuse, N. Y., Tuesday, has been published. On Wednesday it re-assembled, but the efforts of the fanatics were unavailing. --After a few moments spent in the usual haranguing, the meeting was taken possession of by a very different set from its originators.--A dispatch says: The citizens determined no longer to hear such abolition harangues. The ladies were driven to take refuge on the platform. Rev. Mr. May left the hall in disgust, and the females, except Miss Anthony, soon followed, Mr. Hart moved that the meeting adjourn; but it wouldn't and didn't, for some time thereafter. Calls were made for Susan. The crowd cheered for the Union and the Constitution and the Chief of Police, Cries were made for Luke McKinney, who came forward on the platform. Some opposition was raised to this by the abolitionists; but Mr. McKinney said he had never been choked down in the exercise of freedom