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Progress of the war. A Vallandigham meeting — Bold sentiments — the military on the ground. A meeting was held in Newark, N. J., on the 28th ult., to adopt resolutions relative to the arrest and exile of C. L. Vallandigham. It was a very large assemblage, and composed chiefly of the country people. It met in the "Military Park," and the first scene of the afternoon was a collision with the soldiers, which is thus described: As the delegation pressed onward, with quiet determinat
course maintained to the last a dignified bearing, venting their feelings in tremendous and sustained cheering at every allusion made to the circumstance by their orators, who openly denounced the military menace.
At length Mayor Bigelow, of Newark, and Sheriff A. M. Reynolds appeared on the ground, and distinctly informed the commanding officer of the troops that the civil authorities were amply able to maintain the peace of the city, and the sheriff added that unless the force was at once